Canada Mining News

Encanto Confirms Incorporation of Wholly Owned Potash Trading Company

Encanto Potash Corp. is pleased to confirm the incorporation of the Encanto Potash Trading Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Encanto Potash.

Argentine provincial Gov’t orders Barrick to halt operations at Veladero

Measure is temporary, pending more information on what happened and the possible consequences of the new incident, San Juan’s governor said.

Six charts screaming buy gold

We are now 297 trading days into a bull market on the TSX Venture Exchange

Fresh ‘incident’ at Barrick’s Veladero mine in Argentina

A local government spokesman said a pipe carrying a “rich mixture” of gold and rocks came lose on Tuesday night, but no official information has been disclosed.

Miners to spend $21 billion on exploration by 2025

Equipment and services suppliers will have to wait at least another year until they can fully feel the impact of this trend, says CSA Global — the world's second-largest mining sector consultancy.

Eldorado to begin production at its Greek Olympias mine by year-end

The Canadian miner also said it has obtained better terms for concentrate sales from the project, which are likely to add 15,000 ounces of payable gold production a year.

Matamec announces commencement of new drilling program on the Sakami Gold Property

3,000m campaign on Zone 25 seeks to confirm the extension of gold mineralization to the west and follow up on previous results that include 21.05m of 4.94g/t Au

One World Minerals Inc. announces second phase work program including 4000m of drilling on its Rico Litio Lithium Project

One World Minerals Inc. is pleased to announce the start of a second phase exploration program on the Company’s Rico Litio lithium property located in the State of California Baja Norte, Mexico.

Rio Tinto appoints President of Diavik Diamond Mines

Rio Tinto has appointed Patrick Boitumelo as President and Chief operating officer, Diavik Diamond Mines.

Rio Tinto may take over Pistol Bay’s uranium assets sooner than expected

The world's second largest miner gave Pistol a $75K cash injection in an effort to own the Saskatchewan-based properties before the end of 2019.

This potash producer will help marijuana growers get a better product

IC Potash Corp. is creating a subsidiary that will focus on enhancing yields for cannabis growers and increasing the health impact and effects for consumers.

Barrick, Goldcorp team up to develop one of world’s largest gold deposits in Chile

The world’s No. 1 and No. 3 gold producers will focus on developing gold mines in northern Chile's rich Maricunga belt.

Production at Syncrude’s Mildred Lake oil sands to fully resume in April

Suncor Energy, the largest partner in Syncrude, said it expects to meet its 2017 production targets despite a fire that shut down the Mildred Lake upgrader almost two weeks ago.

K+S Potash to begin production at its Legacy mine in Saskatchewan in Q2

Before the end of 2017, K+S Potash Canada and Amec Foster Wheeler hope to start production at their Legacy project in Saskatchewan.

How to build a mine

There are three key components to building a mine, starting with a competent, experienced management team.

Why new Canadian pipelines make sense

One thing is being largely left out of the pro- vs anti-pipeline discussions of late – the plain and simple fact that we need them.

Making the grade: understanding exploration results

The most exciting news from a mining exploration stock is a high-grade drilling result.

Manganese – the third electric vehicle metal no one is talking about

Manganese is a critical and irreplaceable element used in steel production and used widely as a battery component.

World’s first seabed gold, copper, silver mine to begin production in 2019

Canada’s Nautilus Minerals is getting closer to kicking off operations at its Solwara 1 gold, copper and silver project off the coast of Papua Guinea.

How Goldcorp’s new COO plans to disrupt the mining industry

Todd White explains the main goals of the company’s digital transformation strategy.

Donald Trump approves Keystone XL pipeline

He said the project would employ 28,000 people, with TransCanada predicting only 13,000 temporary construction jobs and the US State Department saying only 50 of them will be permanent positions.

Mosaic to pay hefty fine over accident at its Colonsay potash mine

Mosaic was charged with fines of more than more than $85,000 after a worker's leg was crushed in a conveyer in February 2014.

MGX Minerals acquires 110,000 acres of Paradox Basin, Utah oil and gas leases

MGX Minerals Inc. is pleased to announce it has entered into a Joint Operating Agreement with a private vendor to act as operator and acquire a 75% working interest in certain underlying Oil and Gas Leases located contiguous to the Company’s Lisbon Valley petrolithium project.

Amec Foster Wheeler signs MOU with Muskowekwan First Nations and Encanto Potash Corp

First mining development in Saskatchewan on First Nations land

De Beers becomes sole owner of jewellery brand, buys out retail partner LVMH

It has acquired the 50% interest French luxury goods group LVMH had in De Beers Diamond Jewellers for an undisclosed amount.