In Nanaimo, B.C.— a city built on coal — a long-abandoned mine will soon become the heat source for a new university building.
It's the 50th anniversary of the 1st commercial operations in the oilsands. Will they get to 100?
Canadian Pacific Railway says it's not yet clear what caused about 35 train cars carrying potash to derail.
Plans to extend the life of the Voisey's Bay nickel mine in northern Labrador by moving operations underground – already once delayed – are now on hold.
A Yukon gold mine project that's attracted national attention is gearing up now that thousands of planning documents have been submitted to Yukon's environmental assessment board for public scrutiny.
Agnico Eagle Mines Limited has been fined $50,000 under the federal Fisheries Act for failing to report a spill at its Meadowbank site near Baker Lake, Nunavut.
Agnico Eagle's board of directors has given the go-ahead for construction of the Meliadine and Amaruq gold mines in Nunavut.
A recent bump in the price of copper has Yukon's only operating mine looking to bring back some laid-off workers.
Companies respond by banning rodent poison.
Prospect of another big oil sands mine in Alberta raises issues of growth and cap on emissions.
A Vancouver company says it plans to acquire and restart a gold-mining operation on Nova Scotia's east coast.
Alberta wildfires that swept through Fort McMurray in May have resulted in the loss of $1 billion in planned capital spending in the oilsands for 2016, according to Alberta's chief energy economist.
The Canadian company exploring for copper, zinc and gold upstream of a southeast Alaska bald eagle preserve has received permission from a U.S. federal agency to expand.
More than 300 Dominion Diamond employees and contract workers are at risk of being laid off at the Ekati diamond mine after a fire at the mine's processing plant on June 23.
An internal report by Ottawa's ambassador to Beijing details a raft of complaints from the China Mining Council about the unwanted surprises some mining companies encountered in Canada.
A Canadian mining company's NAFTA challenge against Mexico could throw a wrench into the "Three Amigos" summit on June 29, when the leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico will gather in Ottawa.
Association is set to pocket 1.19% royalty on net Baffinland iron ore sales
The company operating the Diavik diamond mine says the denial of a change to its water licence could have an "immediate and materially-adverse impact" on the mine.
Red Maple Mining hoax has been popping up in a classified ad on the website Kijiji, Ontario officers say.
This is the second company allowed to proceed on breeding grounds against the advice of N.W.T. government.
The company recently announced the closure of its new potash mine in New Brunswick, resulting in the loss of up to 430 jobs.
Brace yourselves Canadians, the pipeline drama is about to heat up again.
The last working coal mine on Vancouver Island has halted production indefinitely, marking the end of an industry that established towns, a railway, and some of the province's first labour unions, says a B.C. historian.
The largely unregulated use of mercury has created a major worldwide environmental hazard.
Chinese demand kept Canadian mines humming - now there's too much supply of metals, minerals.