Canada Mining News

RNC Minerals recovers giant gold slab from its mine in Australia

The company believes the stones are among the biggest of their kind ever unearthed in the country.

The Northern Miner to unveil business intelligence tool – TNM Intel

TNM Intel has been designed for mining industry decision makers who need global information in an easily accessible format.

Pretium falls despite reporting increased gold output at its Canadian gold mine

Company said output at its Brucejack gold mine, in Canada's British Columbia, climbed 13 percent in the third quarter of the year to 92,641 ounces, compared to 82,203 ounces in the same period last year.

IDM’s Red Mountain gold project gets provincial approval

The proposed a 147.2-hectare underground gold and silver mine is expected to produce 1,000 tonnes of ore per day.

Canadian miner and First Nation work together on “new wonder material” project

Zenyatta and the Constance Lake First Nations join forces.

Hudbay doesn’t deny rumours of interest in Chile’s Mantos Copper

The Chilean miner has been seeking a buyer for all or part of itself to raise $1 billion to dig for copper and gold in two of its mines in the country's north.

Canadian M&A surges in Q3 as mining, real estate deals rebound

Quarterly deal volume was up 91% to $75.7 billion from $39.6 billion in the same period last year, bucking a global trend of declines in Europe and Asia.

MGX minerals announces deployment of first rapid lithium extraction system

MGX Minerals Inc. is pleased to report that engineering subsidiary PurLucid Treatment Solutions is shipping the first petro-lithium and advanced wastewater treatment system on Monday, October 8th.

Canada won’t appeal pipeline ruling, relaunches consultation

Canada won’t appeal a court decision that quashed the federally owned Trans Mountain pipeline project, but will relaunch consultations in a bid to get it built.

Rio Tinto unearths 177 carat diamond in the rough at Diavik mine

Rio Tinto and JV partner Dominion Diamond Mines have revealed three of the finest large rough diamonds from their Canadian diamond mine.

America's Silver and Pershing Gold to merge

Americas silver and Pershing gold to merge to create a low-cost, precious metal growth company in the Americas.

White Gold jumps on drill results

White Gold's partners are Agnico Eagle Mines Limited (NYSE:AEM) and Kinross Gold Corp (NYSE:KGC).

Canada, buoyed by trade deal, to push U.S. on metal tariffs

The agreement protects Canada's automotive industry from potentially devastating U.S. tariffs.

Diavik Stars of the Arctic dazzle in rough diamond tender

Rio Tinto and Dominion Diamond Mines have revealed three of the finest large rough diamonds from their Canadian diamond mine.

Ivanhoe Mines soars on third major copper discovery in Congo

The find, named Makoko, was the first of multiple high-potential target areas identified by the company’s exploration team to be tested by drilling.

Shell, partners approve huge $31 billion LNG Canada project

This is the largest new LNG project of its kind in years.

Congo-owned Sokimo may hinder transfer of Kibali mine to Barrick

The state miner warned it would "assert its rights" in Barrick Gold's acquisition of Rangold's stake in the Kibali mine, but did not provide details of its plans.

Tax Court of Canada rules in favour of Cameco

The court has referred the matter back to the Minister of National Revenue in order to issue new reassessments for the 2003, 2005 and 2006 tax years.

Summer work in Golden Triangle paves way for final feasibility

After delays caused by adverse weather and fires, Seabridge Gold Inc announced that its summer program is meeting its objectives.

Yukon nickel junior waits for better metal prices

No PEA.

First Quantum, Panama Gov’t study ruling that casts doubts on giant copper mine

The country' Supreme Court ruled Monday that Law 9, used to grant the mining concession for Cobre Panama copper project, was unconstitutional.

Newmont's CEO rejects talk of bids for Barrick, Randgold

Chief Executive Officer Gary Goldberg said while not interested in the entire companies, he would interested in buying Barrick’s half of their shared Kalgoorlie mine in Australia, which Newmont operates.

Capital raising drops

Down 18% in H1.

Denison Mines flags first deposit for ISR mining in the Athabasca basin

Canada’s Athabasca Basin has become the prime destination for high-grade uranium, with grades in excess of 100x global averages.

BGC Engineering’s ADA platform brings $900m mine remediation project to life, in 3D

Federal government uses BCG’s mixed reality technology to provide community with realistic view of arsenic containment work occurring 600 metres below ground.