"We can't ignore the benefits."
Jack Caldwell speculates on why Mt. Polley failed by examining the satellite images.
The company said its Red Chris copper and gold mine, in northwest B.C., will start up once a power line is completed next month.
Mt. Polley disaster figuratively spills over the U.S. border.
Listed for Cdn $995,000.
Seven firms have until September 15 to respond.
Authorities said Grupo Mexico lied about a spill of 40,000 cubic meters of acids and heavy metals that contaminated two rivers and a dam in the northern state of Sonora.
"I am really pleased that First Quantum has successfully acquired our Taca Taca deposit."
"I do not believe a better panel could be found."
"Everything is on the table."
Imperial’s battered stocks took a healthy bump of more than 10%.
Destructive path down the length of Hazeltine Creek
Band cites Mount Polley disaster in rejecting mine development.
Grupo Mexico has denied reports claiming it did not immediately report a massive acid spill from its Buenavista mine in the country's north.
An estimated 10 million cubic metres of water and 4.5 million cubic metres of fine sand was released.
"We have two once pristine lakes that are now Imperial Metals tailings ponds."
While Canada and the U.S. look at Mount Polley disaster's aftermath, another big spill has contaminated rivers a bit further south.
The mining industry can’t give guarantees just as airlines can’t.
Proposed move to recover investor losses after tailings pond disaster, share price plunge.
Consulting company claims it told Imperial Metals how important it was to monitor the tailings “to prevent problems in the future."
Some of what is missing is any sense that the company is being open and transparent.
A chilling effect.
N. Murray Edwards has a 36% stake in Imperial Metals, owner of Mount Polley mine.
The Red Chris copper and gold project, in northwest B.C., is located near the Iskut River, a major tributary of the Stikine River, which ends in southeast Alaska.
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