The extension is for the miner's permits for emissions into the atmosphere and waste disposal into the tailings pond.
The world's biggest producer and consumer of the metal sees a golden opportunity to expand its pricing power.
The nation has successfully repatriated part of its gold holdings that had been frozen as part a number of sanctions imposed by the U.S. and other global powers over its nuclear program.
The company, which owns a gold project in Mongolia, is optimistic about the country's stance towards foreign mining investment over the coming years.
The B.C. government did not fail in its duty to proactively disclose concerns that had been raised over the Mount Polley tailings pond, the province's Information and Privacy Commissioner said Thursday.
The metal cut some losses on Thursday, rebounding slightly from a 3-1/2 month low after data showed the U.S. labour market to be weaker than expected in June.
There will be no relief any time soon from gold’s worst losing streak in almost two decades, according to the most accurate forecaster for precious metals.
There is no reason for gold to get any love now because this is a political crisis, not a currency crisis. The primary reason you buy the "barbarous relic" that is gold is fear of a global currency crisis.
Negotiations between the parties, however, are expected to continue over the summer.
Conflict mining remains an important issue, and one we are beginning to see governments step in to address in different ways.
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The country bans child labour in mines, but critics say the government has not done enough to stop illegal operations from exploiting minors.
Gold futures fell on Tuesday as speculation that Greece and its creditors could strike a last-minute deal positioned prices for their lowest settlement in more than three months.
British Columbia's energy minister said the official announcement may come "any time" now.
The miner is spending $1.3 million in exploration work aimed to reopen a historic tin-indium mine in Nova Scotia.
Bao Sheng Zhong, a Chinese national living in Richmond, B.C., now faces three counts of fraud for allegedly scamming two Asian women and one Asian man from the Lower Mainland.
About 200 jobs.
Sunday's fiasco was the third major failure for America's commercial space industry in less than a year.
This month Eldorado dropped 16% to $4.03.
Duplicative permitting processes can delay mining projects a decade or longer.
European investors are increasing purchases of gold as Greece’s turmoil boosts the appeal for an alternative to the euro.
Gold producers offered above-inflation wages, which make up 55% of their mining costs in the country.
As I wrote last week, in the run-up to the half-year precious metals’ prices face a conflict between window-dressing for the lowest possible valuation, and the systemic risk that is Greece.
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