Canada Mining News

Tahoe Resources says there was attempted theft at its La Arena mine in Peru

The company said five holes had been dug on top of a pipeline carrying a solution of gold and cyanide.

Newmont to extend footprint in Colombia with Lyra gold project deal

The US miner will eventually have to invest a minimum of $3 million in Miranda Gold's Lyra project to be granted a 51% stake on it.

Teck seeking partner for $4.8bn Quebrada Blanca mine expansion

Canada's largest diversified miner said that before beginning the copper mine upgrade, it would have to secure a development partner able to invest $2billion for up to 30% to 40% stake in the project.

The latest episode in the Crystallex-Venezuela saga

PDVSA filed an appeal requesting that a Delaware court vacate a decision granting the Canadian miner the right to seize its U.S. assets.

Canada's Teck resumes lead smelting at British Columbia facility

Teck Resources Ltd said on Tuesday that lead smelting had resumed at its Trail, British Columbia, facility after a seven-day suspension because of wildfires.

Canada's Teck to begin Quebrada Blanca mine upgrade in November

The company received environmental approval for the plan earlier this month, which aims to extend the life of the aging deposit and boost production.

Acacia Mining searches for chairman as Dushnisky leaves for AngloGold

Kelvin Dushnisky, who leaves Acacia and its parent company Barrick, assumes as South Africa’s AngloGold Ashanti (JSE:ANG) new boss next week.

Chaarat Gold to buy polymetallic project as part of acquisition spree

Junior continues to pursue $800-million acquisition of Centerra Gold's Kumtor mine in Kyrgyzstan.

Old, large soil stockpiles and mine site restoration

Can soil from an old, large stockpile still retain viable organics for successful site reclamation?

Rob McEwen and McEwen Mining acquire 18.8% of Canadian miner

The explorer announced high-grade gold results this week at its Red Lake District project in Ontario.

Quebec miner looking for cobalt and precious metals

Manganese X Energy now wants a taste of the cobalt market.

Underground mining is certainly not a boring job, nor for the faint-hearted

Mike Breecher tells us all about his job.

Cannabis company Tidal takes cue from small-cap Canadian miners

Investment bankers like GMP Capital Inc. and Canaccord Genuity Group Inc. moved into pot in a big way after mining deals dried up during the commodity slump that followed the financial crisis.

Gold juniors’ Q2’18 fundamentals

The key to success is staying informed and buying low when others are scared, before undervalued gold stocks soar much higher.

Copper price: Ford recall puts EV charging infrastructure in spotlight

Carmaker recalls more than 50,000 electric vehicle chargers in North America, where aluminum often substitutes for domestic copper wiring, over fires.

The business of heat: British Columbia resource sector struggles to beat the heat

The province’s businesses grapple with the challenge of rising costs, threats to natural resources and changes in consumer spending patterns.

Centerra, Kyrgyz Gov’t delay completion of deal over Kumtor mine

Extension of the deadline, the fifth one so far this year, seeks reaching final agreement that would end long-running dispute over the country’s largest gold mine.

Avino can raise $25m through F-3 filing

The Form F-3 will provide Avino with a strategic option to finance continued growth.

Great Bear Resources announces high-grade discovery

Great Bear Resources today reported a significant new high-grade gold discovery in the Hinge Zone at its Dixie Project in the Red Lake District of Ontario.

Planes and trains oust miners from top ranks of Canada benchmark

Companies that make and move things are now a bigger part of Canada’s stock market than those that dig them up.

Chinese, Canadian-Finnish, Cypriot firms bid for Serbia copper mine

China's Zijin Mining, Canadian-Finnish fund Champion and Cyprus-based U Gold have bid for a strategic partnership in RTB Bor, Serbia's only copper mine and smelter.

Gold output in key countries to slump to ‘generational’ lows — report

Bullion production grew for nine consecutive years to reach an all-time high in 2017.

Dalradian shareholders advised to back Orion Mine’s $230m takeover bid

The offer is priced at a 62% premium to the explorer’s share price at close on June 20, a day before it was announced.

Vancouver-based electric-vehicle maker goes to market

Vancouver-based company Electra Meccanica has pre-orders worth $2.4 billion.

Canadian miner looks for vanadium in its own backyard

Vanadium prices have risen by 300 per cent since 2017.