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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.
British Columbia's energy minister said the official announcement may come "any time" now.
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.
The Red Chris copper and gold mine in British Columbia has received a full operating permit from the provincial government.
Meanwhile, the country’s overall oil production is expected to reach 5.3 million barrels a day by 2030, which is 1.1 million barrels per day lower than last year's expectations.
The proposed sum is on top of the $75 million the firm agreed to pay to Michigan last month.
Workers at the Mount Polley mine in central British Columbia could be back on the job as early as July 1st.
On May 20, 2015, the Company signed a credit agreement with a syndicate of international banks for a new Revolving Credit Facility (the "New RCF") for an aggregate amount of $350 million.
The loan will be used for the development of the company's Red Chris gold and copper mine in northwest British Columbia.
The Federal Court has rejected an application by Taseko Mines Ltd. (TSX:TKO) to sue the federal government for rejecting its gold-copper mine in the Cariboo-Chilcotin, but will allow judicial reviews to proceed.
Walter Energy, Inc. says it will come through with $64.2 million in interest payments due May 15 following concerns it was facing bankruptcy.
It also says it is still too early to determine long-term impacts on fish and drinking water.
Miners in Canada’s most western province remain under pressure, as prices for some key commodities, mainly coal and copper, have continued to fall.
A Petronas-led natural gas partnership in British Columbia is offering a Canadian aboriginal community Cdn$1bn to approve a new energy project.
Vancouver ranked 33rd among the world’s most desirable financial centres.
“We are very pleased to see the federal government’s commitments to extend the Mineral Exploration Tax Credit through March 2016 and to expand the eligibility of Canadian exploration expenses,” says David McLelland, Chair of AME BC
The company has submitted plans to restart the mine.
Mine Water Solutions conference scheduled for Vancouver mid-April.
Imperial Metals (TSX:III) recorded a $37.3 million net loss in 2014, thanks largely to the cost of dealing with last year’s tailings pond failure at its Mount Polley mine.
Eleonore is expected to eventually become Canada’s largest gold producing mine.
The regulation forces mining companies to consider the possibility of a tailings disaster and evaluate the environmental, health, social and economic impacts of an accident.
The B.C. Supreme Court case examining the defamation suit launched by Taseko Mines Ltd. against the Wilderness Committee will resume March 31.
Facing intense public pressure to ensure tailings are handled, stored and monitored better, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has taken the bull by the horns.
The planned optimization include the Athabasca Twin and the Wood Buffalo extension projects.
A Vancouver junior coal mining company that wants to build an underground coal mine in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island has withdrawn at the last minute from an environmental screening, just as the Environmental Assessment Office was set to make a ruling.
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