We are excited to see the collaboration and innovation that’s taking place within the industry to ensure long-term success,” says Roundup Organizing Committee Chair Kendra Johnston.
British Columbia Mining News
New report prepared by environmental consultant firm, Hemmera highlights restrictive regulations, lack of clarity in land access and use policies.
The last working coal mine on Vancouver Island has halted production indefinitely, marking the end of an industry that established towns, a railway, and some of the province's first labour unions, says a B.C. historian.
For sale: Three slightly used coalmines in B.C.'s Peace region.
Low copper prices have forced the Vancouver-based firm to lay-off more than one-third of the workforce at its Huckleberry mine in northwestern British Columbia.
Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett rang in 2016 with thoughts of a potential rescue package for B.C.’s beleaguered mining industry on his mind to ward off potential shutdowns.
BC Hydro expects to raise rates by 28% over the next five years.
"Weak practices, however, do not constitute a legal contravention of existing mining legislation.
Other winners are Clive Johnson and Eira Thomas.
Burnaby's bylaw battle against the Trans Mountain pipeline has been shut down by a B.C. Supreme Court judge who has declared that the National Energy Board rules take precedence over the city's.
Canada's dominant oil sands player, however, plans to spend about $900 million more next year.
The company, Canada’s largest pipeline operator, reported a loss in the third quarter driven by both delays in completing its Line 9 project and one-time charges.
The loss prompted the oil giant to shelve and write off a new oil sands project in Alberta and an oil exploration project in Alaska.
Asked what he will do during his one-year suspension, Callaghan says he has no "freaking clue."
Modern treaties have drove First Nation communities’ real income up by about 17%, benefiting several industries, especially the extractive sector, a new study shows.
An additional one-year ban for the former BarkerVille Gold Mines executive.
BC government grants environmental assessment certificate with 24 conditions.
From the Port of Tsawwassen to the Port of Shanghai
The project is expected to boost output in northern Alberta by 180,000 barrels a day, with production set to begin by the fourth quarter of 2017.
Australian junior working on new $600 million anthracite mine northeast of Stewart.
Shares in Vancouver firm up 7% after inking debt-equity-streaming deal for 7 million ounce Brucejack underground gold mine near Alaska border.
GHM estimates the project will employ about 500 people and contribute up to $550 million dollars in federal and provincial taxes, $210 million in British Columbia Mining Act tax, and $110 million in municipal taxes.
A high-grade gold mine that Pretium Resources Inc. (TSX:PVG) plans to develop near Stewart, B.C. is generating a lot of buzz from mining analysts, at least one of whom thinks the company is a likely takeover target.
Neighbours include Imperial Mines and Pretium Resources.
The company will review the conditions and submit comments to the National Energy Board next week.