The Northern Miner

Vancouver AI firm Andritz takes top spot at Goldcorp’s #DisruptMining

The winner’s prize is an “opportunity to negotiate up to a $1 million investment” in their technology, either toward a proof of concept or direct investment.

Pure Gold Mining completes PEA on satellite deposits at Madsen

Madsen is one of the highest grade undeveloped gold deposits in the world.

Ivanhoe drills Kamoa-Kakula’s best intersection to date

The company is currently drilling close-spaced holes at the new discovery to better understand its controls and orientation.

Osisko Metals releases more high-grade drill results from Pine Point

Jeff Hussey, describes Pine Point as “unique among its peer group,” because of the rarity of open-pit zinc assets.

Victoria Gold boosts Eagle’s ounces and grade in Yukon

The Eagle project, where construction is 60% complete, is part of Victoria Gold’s 100%-owned Dublin Gulch gold property, about 375 km north of Whitehorse.

De Beers to build Chidliak as FutureSmart mine

De Beers acquired Peregrine and all its Canadian projects in a friendly deal in September for 24 cents a share or $107 million.

Timeline: The adventures of Robert Friedland

Entrepreneur, financier and company-maker.

Robert Friedland, Lukas Lundin, David Garofalo and Kelvin Dushnisky to be featured speakers at TNM’s Canadian Mining Symposium in London

The Northern Miner in partnership with the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) and supported by the High Commission of Canada in the United Kingdom and The Canadian Mining Hall of Fame, is proud to unveil the Canadian Mining Symposium to be held this spring in the heart of London.

It's time to buy mining stocks, says Ross Beaty

Mining financier and entrepreneur Ross Beaty told an audience at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference in late January that it’s a “phenomenal” time to buy resource stocks.

South Africa teeters towards recession on labour dispute

The latest attempt to end South Africa’s 21-week platinum strike has failed, pushing the country towards a recession and increasing the odds the sector will be smaller and more mechanized when it eventually resumes operations.

CAPP's outlook for oil sands growth through 2030

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers is forecasting that output from Alberta's oilsands will reach 4.8 million barrels per day by 2030, about 400,000 b/d lower than its forecast last year, due largely to project costs and the availability of capital.

Canadian diamond exploration perks up

For years it seemed that juniors were fleeing from diamond exploration — and for good reason.