Canada Mining News

Eldorado gold announces appointment of executive vice president and chief financial officer

Eldorado Gold Corporation ("Eldorado" or "the Company") today announces the appointment of Philip Yee as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.

Experts come up with plan for protecting deep-sea life from mining

An international group of researches have recommended 18 quantitative metrics that regulators can use to assess seabed mining projects.

Suncor says Syncrude oilsands project to return to full production in September

Suncor expects pipeline shipments from its Syncrude oil sands project to be about 60 per cent to 70 per cent of total capacity in August.

Pretium Resources roars back

111,340 oz of gold produced in the second quarter.

The Vancouver junior shaking up the lithium mining industry

MGX Minerals is rolling out technology that cleans and harvests lithium from wastewater generated by oil and gas – 80m barrels a day in North America alone.

Condor Gold a step closer to begin building Nicaragua mine

Shares jumped after the company said it had submitted additional technical studies to environmental and natural resources authority for permitting approval at its La India project.

Barrick’s Acacia Mining keeps suffering from Tanzania row

Gold production for the three months to June dropped 36% to 133,778 ounces as operations at two its three mines - Bulyanhulu and Buzwagi – were scaled back.

Nautilus Minerals tanks on shipbuilding contract cancellation

Fresh setback for the company’s Solwara 1 project, expected to be the world’s first seabed gold, copper, silver mine.

Cenovus becomes Canada’s third largest oil producer

Its acquisition of oil sands assets last year from ConocoPhillips has propelled the company into the highest ranks of Canadian oil production.

US probe darkens Glencore horizons from Africa to Americas

Investigation is casting a wider net with the addition of Venezuela and Nigeria to its investigation, increasing the likelihood that Glencore’s management will get bogged down in a lengthy legal process.

Mr. Sam Farris succeeds Dr. Ulrich Lamp as President of K+S Potash Canada

Bethune is the K+S Group’s largest investment in North America to date. After officially opening in May of 2017, the mine became the first new solution potash mine in Saskatchewan in nearly 50 years.

Terratec and Vale win award for exemplary biosolids management

Mine closure is one of the biggest prices the environment pays in the mining enterprise, so coming up with a canopy system to restore the mining-impacted land to its natural condition is of invaluable importance, making Terratec’s innovation a considerable contribution to the field.

Quebec lithium stock jumps on Korea deal

Canada's Nemaska Lithium now has agreements in place for 90% of production from its Whabouchi hard rock mine and processing plant.

Outage in Canada’s oilsands is pushing U.S. crude to four-year high

Oil prices rose on Tuesday after Libya declared force majeure on some of its crude exports, while the loss of Canadian supplies helped lifted U.S. crude to 3-1/2-year highs.

Glencore hammered as US requests documents in corruption probe

Shares fell as much as 13% after the miner and commodities trader was told by US Department of Justice to produce documents on Nigeria, Congo and Venezuela.

Noront Resources seeks exploration partner

Noront CEO said the move is necessary as the company continues to lead exploration in Ontario’s massive Ring of Fire.

Tenaris laying off Canada workers as Trump's steel tariffs bite

Teneris will lay off 40 workers at its TenarisAlgomaTubes plant in Ontario and adjust output there because of the U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

Sienna looks for cobalt in Sweden

The Vancouver-based miner wants to identify new drilling targets at its Slättberg project.

Richest man in Mexico partners with Goldcorp

Minera Frisco and Goldcorp’s subsidiary Minera Peñasquito are joining forces in Zacatecas.

Canada hits back on US tariffs; Mnuchin denies Trump wants to quit WTO

Canada struck back at the Trump administration on Friday over U.S. steel and aluminum tariffs, vowing to impose punitive measures on C$16.6 billion ($12.63 billion) worth of American goods until Washington relents.

Sibanye, Regulus join efforts to develop Argentina’s Altar project

Sibanye Canada and Regulus’ newly formed Argentinean subsidiary Aldebaran Resources will create a strategic partnership to unlock value at the copper-gold project, located in the San Juan province.

Centerra mine’s future up in the air as Kyrgyzstan to review deal

The parliament’s revision of the strategic agreement, set for September, may lead to increased environmental payments for the Canadian miner.

All eyes on the golden triangle as summer drill season begins

Industry watchers are keeping their eyes on summer drilling in British Columbia's Golden Triangle for signs of the next GT Gold or Garibaldi Resources.

Lumina Gold soars on positive economic assessment for Ecuador project

Results of the Preliminary Economic Assessment show Cangrejos is one of the world's top 15 undeveloped gold projects based on its average annual production potential.