Protesters strapped themselves to White House gates.
Profits from LNG projects will be taxed at an initial rate of 1.5% but the rate will rise to as much as 7% after companies recover the costs of building the shipping terminals.
The federal government has once again stood in the way of the development of an important project to British Columbia.
Visual Capitalist has launched the first entry in their new '2014 Gold Series' which details every aspect of the famous yellow metal.
Another set of stellar intercepts at its Kinsley Mountain project brings year to date gains for the Vancouver junior to 88%.
The judicial review will continue to run its course.
Producing over 10 million ounces of silver annually.
The Toronto Stock Exchange could have a new diversified uranium play with Azarga Uranium.
One of the biggest challenges facing the renewable energy sector is how to economically store energy.
"Significant adverse environmental effects that cannot be mitigated."
The company was off 3.77% to $11.24 today.
Michael Fowler, senior mining analyst with Loewen Ondaatje McCutcheon Ltd. in Toronto, doesn't typically focus on midtier gold companies, but the opportunities are just too good to pass up.
Say 'the health impacts of tar sands oil are being ignored.'
Deals in 2014 will be 'smarter' and 'more conservative.'
Gold reserves were reduced by 37% compared to 2012.
But producers Molycorp and Lynas haven't joined the rally in the rare earth sector this year.
Renken, senior geologist and analyst with VSA Capital, calls 2014 a soft year for gold and silver prices, but foresees stronger prices—and demand—for nickel, copper and tech metals as the year progresses.
Scotiabank says western Canadian oil is in some cases cheaper to produce than shale oil in the US.
If all goes as planned, junior miner Fortune Minerals will operate three projects in Canada in the foreseeable future.
Industry revenue grew 8%, but profits slumped 28% as China continues crackdown on illegal mining, smuggling and uncompetitive producers.
Brazil's Vale said over the weekend talks with Glencore over combining their Canadian operations continue, but no deal is likely "early this year."
Since the beginning of the year, this commodity’s prices are up more than 40%.
In the history of mineral exploration, the quest for uranium is really in its infancy.
'The Hostile Bid implies negative value for the Company's mineral properties, which are at an advanced stage of exploration and are located in a mining-friendly jurisdiction.'
The data shows that between 2000 and 2012, the earth lost far more trees than it gained.
Vale calls it 'Canada's mine of the future.'
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