Canadian Mining Journal Staff

Golden Predator find new style mineralization at 3 Aces

Potentially large gold bearing intrusive system not previous known at 3 Aces is entirely in felsic dikes and appears to be significantly younger than the orogenic mineralization.

Supreme Court to hear appeal in Innu-Rio Tinto dispute

The Innu First Nations filed their lawsuit in 2013, seeking compensation of $900 million.

Epiroc launches new generation of battery-powered machines

The battery-driven underground loaders create improved safety, reduced greenhouse gas emissions and lower operating costs.

Osisko cuts 13% zinc and lead in Titan zone at Key Anacon project

The same hole also intersected a separate copper rich zone.

Azincourt, New Age sample high grade Li2O at Lithium One

The results follow a comprehensive ground mapping and sampling field program this summer.

Colonial Coal floats PEA for Gordon Creek mine

The project has a pre-production capex of $300 million with additional sustaining capital of $406.0 million.

Rio Tinto sells Kitimat wharf to LNG Canada for $576 million

LNG Canada is a joint venture of Shell, Petronas, PetroChina, Mitsubishi and Kogas.

Kinross on track for 2018 production and costs

The company achieved solid production and generated a positive cash flow.

Acacia takeover by merged Barrick an option — Randgold CEO

Acacia has three operating mines in Tanzania and is engaged in a protracted and ugly disagreement over taxation with the government.

Barkerville extends Cow Mountain high grade down dip to 400 metres

The Cow Mountain property hosts the historic Cariboo gold mine that produced 621,000 total oz. of gold from 1933 to 1959.

CanmetMINING, COREM sign co-operation agreement

The two hope to leverage their joint expertise and capability on projects of importance to the mining sector.

Nutrien permanently shutters New Brunswick plant

Nutrien says it will focus on increasing potash production in Saskatchewan where operating costs are lower and no capital needs to be invested.

NexGen boosts NPV for Rook I to $3.7B

Vancouver-based NexGen Energy, Wood Group and Rosco Postle Associates have completed the pre-feasibility study for NexGen’s Rook I project in the Athabasca Basin.

Alamos reports best ever intersection at Island Gold mine

Alamos Gold says its best ever surface directional drilling intersection is at the Island Gold mine, 83 km northeast of the town of Wawa.

Court sides with gold fields as South Deep strike continues

Gold Fields insists that it will not back down from its decision to reduce the workforce and says the strike may only cause more job losses.

ABB adds new digital options for mining electrical systems

The digital solution now supports the PLC (programmable logical controller) connect functionality to extend power automation beyond IEC 61850 devices and infrastructure.

Suncor posts record quarterly operating income of $1.3B

Cash flow provided by operating activities was $4.37 billion.

Skeena strikes high-grade gold at Eskay Creek

Drill results returned high grades: up to 10 grams per tonne gold equivalent at 45 metres.

Klondike Gold Lone Star zone assays 1.32 g/t Au over 47.0 m and 1.11 g/t Au over 36.25 m

Exploration continues to affirm multiple local sources of bedrock gold mineralization within the Klondike District.

Tlicho all-season road near NICO project approved

The federal government has announced that it will provide up to 25% of the construction costs for the road through the P3 Canada Fund.

Caterpillar celebrates milestone 40,000th machine

A 40 year old legacy.

Wolfden cuts more high grade at Pickett Mountain

A resource estimate for Pickett Mountain is to be released before the end of year based on modelling of historical and recent drill results.

Cantex drills spectacular base metal grades at North Rackla

Say “North Rackla” and think of very good base metal grades.

Azimut, SOQUEM make major discovery at Munischiwan

Gold-copper-silver mineralization discovered at Azimut’s Munischiwan property in the James Bay region.

Saskatchewan gives environmental approval to Star-Orion South project

The preliminary economic assessment of the mine estimates that 66 million carats of diamonds could be recovered over a 38-year project life.