Julienne Bay

Julienne Bay is a Toronto native and a recent journalism school graduate.

Anglo Asian scores three-year copper sales deal

The Gedabek mine expects to exceed its target to produce 595 tonnes of copper for 2014.

Cypress Development begins drilling in Nevada

The company hopes to capitalize on the forecast increased global demand for zinc.

Baosteel and Aurizon launch $1.4 billion bid for Aquila

The company invested in Aquila in 2009 to help fund its iron ore project and a separate coking coal mine.

Fortune Minerals reports Q1 results

The company is currently waiting for its Land Use Permit and Class A Water License from the Wek'èezhìi Land and Water Board of the Northwest Territories.

One of the largest gold mines in Africa opens

Kibali will rank as one of the largest gold mines in Africa when in full production, expecting to produce an average of 600,000 ounces of gold per annum over the first twelve years of its life.

Eldorado Gold swings to profit in Q1

The company has been on the news since 2011 due to its developmental projects in Greece under its subsidiaries, Hellas Gold and Thracean Gold Mining.

Rare earth junior is up after arbitration win

On October 30, 2013, Stans Energy Corp., a Toronto-based firm focusing on heavy rare earth metals, and its subsidiaries filed a claim for arbitration under the Convention for the Protection of Investor’s Rights to which Kyrgyzstan is a signatory.

Rio Tinto exhibits over $1 million in artwork from Australia's Kimberley region

It consists 44 pieces of artwork valued at more than US$1 million, and is on display at the AAMU Museum of Contemporary Aboriginal Art in the Netherlands.

HudBay Minerals reports Q1 loss

The company stated this decrease was primarily due to lower sales volumes and lower copper prices compared to the first quarter of 2013.

Alrosa announces measures on short-term debt refinancing

Russian state-controlled Alrosa's bank loans and public debt instruments account for $4 billion with long-term debt share of 88% as of Wednesday.

More mining companies investing in simulation technology

Training simulators are increasingly being seen as a sound investment.

Canadian rare earth miner Ucore wins big with SB99 approval

The Canadian company hopes to begin commercial rare earth metal production in its Alaskan mine by 2017.

Kennady North Diamonds advances in Northwest Territories

There has been an unusual recovery at site of a high quality white, colourless and transparent diamond measuring approximately 1 millimetre in diameter.

Jaguar Mining shares no longer traded in Toronto's main exchange

The junior has been accepted for listing in the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V).