A Bank of Canada junket to the oil sands at Fort McMurray, Alta., helped push the cost of a single board of directors meeting last June to over $100,000, a CBC News analysis shows.
RBC Economics is forecasting that the Saskatchewan economy will grow in 2015, even in the face of dropping oil prices.
Iron ore suffered the biggest drop in the past year, losing nearly half its value to reach the lowest price in more than five years.
A group of First Nations from Williams Lake, B.C., whose territory includes the area devastated by the Mount Polley tailings pond breach has created a detailed mining policy that will apply to existing, proposed and future projects in its territory.
The Crowsnest Pass in southern Alberta hasn't seen a working coal mine in decades, but an Australian company has a plan to change that.
Minerva Gloria's arrival deepens community concern for possible oil spill on the St. Lawrence River.
Oil pipeline project is core public policy issue for Canada and the U.S., says Naheed Nenshi
An environmental screening report says adding Victoria Gold's proposed mine near Mayo to Yukon's power grid could raise Yukoners' power rates by as much as 20%.
A mining company operating in northwest B.C., Canada, is re-opening parts of a gold mine submerged for almost 90 years.
Five thousand tonnes of rock fell from the edge of the open pit at Diavik Diamond Mine last week but employees got out 10 hours before the rockslide started.
A review of pipeline regulations ordered today by the Alberta government is not specifically meant to reassure critics of the Northern Gateway pipeline but if it does, all the better, according to the province's energy minister.
An American company planning to invest $3.3 billion on a Northern Ontario mine and processing plant has waded into the latest front in a countrywide battle over environmental issues and aboriginal rights, a mining consultant says.
The president of the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan is not optimistic about the possibility of a new potash mine in Millstream, near Apohaqui.
The International Monetary Fund increased its outlook for the world's economy on Tuesday, saying it expects global GDP to expand by 3.5 per cent this year.
Isolation often takes the blame as the source of many problems on remote reserves. But North Caribou Lake Chief Pierre Morriseau has decidedly mixed feelings about that.
Vale — the second largest nickel producer in the world — plans to begin looking for nickel this year on the Melville Peninsula near Repulse Bay, Nunavut.
Regulators have cleared Unit 2 of the Bruce A nuclear power plant in Ontario to restart after a nearly two-decade-long slumber.
Canada’s North will be leading the country in economic growth over the next two years as a boom in mining projects takes hold, says the Conference Board of Canada’s Territorial Outlook-Winter 2012 study, reports CBC.
There is rising tension within a small Saskatchewan town over plans by mining giant Vale to build a potash mine in the area, with some anticipating an economic boom and others worrying about the mine's environmental and social impacts.
The U.S. State Department is set to announce Wednesday whether it will approve TransCanada's controversial Keystone XL pipeline extension, U.S. media are reporting.
The intensity of oilsands carbon emissions — the amount of greenhouse gases created per every barrel of oil produced — increased by two per cent between 2009 and 2010, according to an industry report.
The Nunatsiavut Assembly is lifting a three-year-old moratorium on uranium mining on Labrador Inuit lands.
Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver says Canada's environmental review process takes too long and it should be streamlined so it doesn't last any longer than two years. Oliver made the statement in announcing federal approval for French oil giant Total's Joslyn North oilsands mine project 65 kilometres northwest of Fort McMurray, Alta.