Quebec Mining News

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.

Sandvik books first-ever AutoMine order to run on an underground LTE network

The underground LTE is a part of the mine’s technology infrastructure and creates productivity gains and improves process efficiency and effectiveness.

Midland resumes exploration work on the James Bay Gold project

The summer exploration campaign will focus on the Lasalle property.

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.

China lithium top player boosts investment in emerging Australian miner

Chinese companies continue to aggressively try securing steady supply of lithium, a key ingredient in the making of batteries that power electric cars.

Alcoa ready to resume labor talks for Canada aluminum smelter

The smelter, which produces some 430,000 metric tonnes of aluminum annually, has been operating at reduced capacity by non-union workers since Jan. 11.

Goldcorp to pay $3.7 million for stake in newly formed explorer

Goldcorp will acquire 14% of Quebec Precious Metals Corp. born Thursday from the merger of Matamec, Canada Strategic Metals and Sphinx Resources.

Shares in lithium developer pop on $150m streaming deal

Nemaska Lithium agreement with private equity giant Orion Mine Finance comes a week after $100B Japanese technology fund bought a stake in Quebec-based firm.

RNC mulls selling Aussie mine to focus on massive cobalt-nickel project in Quebec

The company's Dumont cobalt and nickel project in Quebec is the world’s largest undeveloped reserve of both metals, with over 1 billion tonnes of reserves and a 33-year mine life.

Canadian junior quadruples cobalt portfolio

Secova Metals acquired 1151640 B.C. Ltd.

Cobalt price: Supply scramble heats up with Canadian deal

Cobalt 27, RNC Minerals shares pop after inking $70m deal on world's largest undeveloped cobalt, nickel sulphide deposit.

Eldorado Gold reports in-line 2017 gold production

The Vancouver-based miner revealed that, including pre-commercial production from the Olympias project in Greece, its gold production was of 285,919 ounces in 2017.

Yamana Gold shares jump 5% on asset sale

Agnico-Eagle, the Toronto-based company's partner in giant Canadian Malartic mine, buys the JV's exploration assets for $162m.

Barrick Gold just bought more than $9 million worth of shares in this junior

The non-brokered private placement gives Barrick about 15% of Reunion Gold Corporation (TSX-V:RGD), which has interests in four different projects in South America’s North Atlantic coast.

Northern Quebec iron ore mine to re-open by March

The Bloom Lake mine in northern Quebec will be back in business by March of next year, according to its new owners.

Zinc market focus turns to new supply, but don't forget Quebec: Andy Home

All over the world, it seems, geologists are revisiting old mine plans in a collective new zinc rush.

Malartic gold mine class-action lawsuit trial begins

People living close to the large open pit mine in Quebec’s Abitibi region, want to be compensated for damages related to dust, noise and explosions they claim to have been exposed to for many years.

Quebec's economy benefits from Canada's oil sands: study

The study found Canada's oil sands had a substantial impact on Quebec's economy in terms of employment, gross domestic product (GDP) and tax revenue, in a 12-month period between 2014 and 2015.

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

RNC Minerals partners with Waterton in Quebec nickel mine

Joint venture will focus on nickel assets, particularly the Quebec-based Dumont project, which is expected to become the world's fifth largest nickel sulphide mine.

Eastern Canada now the preferred mineral exploration investment destination

While wew mines continue to open in British Columbia, the perceptionis that the province is no longer a welcome place for mineral exploration.

Explorers frustrated with waiting times for permits in B.C., the Territories

On the level of transparency in the approvals process, jurisdictions in the US, Australia and Scandinavia performed better than Canada, a fresh report by the Fraser Institute, shows.

Quebec pulls permits for Copper One’s exploration claims at Riviere Dore

The miner says the decision is clearly “abusive” and it evidences “an excess of jurisdiction,” reason why it will appeal the resolution.