Canada Mining News

Erdene becomes first cross-listed firm on the Mongolian Stock Exchange

The listing also makes Erdene the only precious metals exploration and development company currently registered on the exchange.

Falcon Signs Agreement on Wabunk Bay, cobalt claims adjoining Uchi Mine, Northwestern Ontario

 Falcon Gold Corp has signed a letter agreement for the right to acquire a 100% interest in 2 (cobalt, copper, nickel & PGE's) mining claims in Earngey Township in the Red Lake District of northwestern Ontario

Future of Centerra mine uncertain as Kyrgyz Gov’t revising settlement deal

Prime Minister said he would submit tom parliament his own 'proposals' over a settlement reached last year, which would end long-dragged disputes between the company and the country over Kumtor gold mine.

Midland resumes exploration work on the James Bay Gold project

The summer exploration campaign will focus on the Lasalle property.

Seabridge initiating $1.35m exploration program to define drill targets for snowstorm gold project

Seabridge has staked an additional 277 claims totaling 5,540 acres that are contiguous to the purchased claims.

Australia takes over Chile as world’s No.1 lithium producer

It produced 4,600 tonnes of lithium more than Chile in 2017 boosted mainly by record output at Mt Cattlin and Mt Marion mines.

Vancouver miners are hiring: report

Vancouver miners will add 10% more employees in the third quarter of 2018.

Kinross going ahead with expansion of Alaska gold mine

Project is expected to extend Fort Knox mine life to 2030 and generate 17% internal rate of return (IRR) at a low capital cost.

Young Mining Professionals names its 2018 Scholarship Fund winners for Canadian mining and geology students

The Scholarship Fund is YMP's initiative to attract the next generation of Canadian leaders to the Mining industry.

Gran Colombia Gold’s trailing 12-months’ gold production tops 192,000 ounces at the end of May 2018

Continuing focus on our Segovia Operations is driving our production growth and we are trending toward a total of 200,000 ounces of gold for 2018.

China's CITIC grabs stake in Ivanhoe Mine for $560 million

CITIC Metal will own 20% of the Canadian miner, which makes its biggest shareholder.

Vale moves ahead with long-awaited expansion of Voisey's Bay mine

Transiting Voisey's Bay nickel mine from open-pit operations to underground will cost about $2 billion, and is expected to extend its productive life to 2035.

Five bodies rescued from collapsed mine in Mexico

A dam filled with liquid waste collapsed last Monday at Rio's Cieneguita mine in Chihuahua.

Billionaire schools teacher in NAFTA talks

How did we get here and what does this ratcheted-up trade war mean for Canada, the United States and investors?

Suncor set up for strong production for the remainder of the year

Suncor today announced that Q2 production to date averaged approximately 636,000 barrels per day (bbls/d).

Vale confirms coming ‘announcement’ about Canada’s Voisey's Bay mine

Government and company officials told CBC News that a "significant" mining announcement would take place on Monday.

Glencore faces third Congo legal challenge this year

Congolese-American businessman and convicted fraudster Charles Brown claims he's owed $1 billion in compensation for a 19% stake he previously held in Mutanda Mining, and which Glencore allegedly sold in two fraudulent transactions, in 2007 and 2012.

Scotiabank to scrap half its metals business- sources

ScotiaMocatta is curtailing lending to the physical metals supply chain and would refocus on major corporate clients.

Thomson Reuters publishes GFMS Platinum Group Metals Survey 2018

Are the dark days for platinum set to last?

Canada's Quebec halts crypto mining projects, may raise fees

Quebec's energy ministry said it ordered Hydro Quebec to hold off on new digital currency mining operations until regulators set new roles for the industry.

Rio Tinto signs JV exploration deal with China’s Minmetals

The companies are committed to explore for mineral deposits first in the Asian country and then the rest of the world .

Results of Gabriel's lawsuit against Romania may be known late 2019

Company is seeking $4.4 billion in compensation for alleged losses related to its Rosia Montana gold and silver project, which Bucharest halted following relentless protests.

#DisruptMining 2018 winner Acoustic Zoom closes deal with Goldcorp

Gold giant is investing $1 million in the seismic solutions specialist.

Canadian oil has record day after Enbridge scraps new rules

Western Canadian Select jumped as much as $12.20 a barrel to $13.80 below the U.S. benchmark Monday, the narrowest spread since May 16.

US lawmakers set bill seeking to control Trump on tariffs – key lawmaker

Some Republican lawmakers warn that Trump could trigger a trade war that would destabilize the economy and ultimately hurt American workers.