Alberta government looking to speed up job accreditation for foreign workers
Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia already have similar laws.
Goldcorp’s Telfer will not join Newmont board once acquisition is complete
Newmont announced a friendly deal valued at US$10 billion to acquire Goldcorp in January.
Barrick, Newmont to work together through Nevada joint venture
Dropping $17.8-billion hostile takeover and moving past a dust-up between CEOs over leadership and competence.
Federal funds to kick start planning work on road to central Arctic tundra
The road could unlock the mineral wealth of Canada’s North.
Barrick’s makes hostile bid for Newmont as talks on partnership fall apart
A simmering dispute between world’s two largest gold miners erupted publicly Monday.
New policy says Export Development Canada is off coal investment
It means no funding for any international project that involves thermal coal.
Costs swell: Saskatchewan sues Ottawa over uranium mine cleanup deal
The province and feds were originally supposed to split cleanup costs for the site, but Saskatchewan says Ottawa hasn’t lived up to its commitment.
Proposed environmental assessment legislation needs integrity boost: scientists
Bill 51 contains a number of reforms and amendments that will change the way mines, dams and pipelines are reviewed and approved in BC.
Stelco shares climb more than 10 per cent as CEO downplays tariff impacts
The Hamilton-based steel producer paid about $39 million in tariffs in the third quarter.
Cameco’s asset plan: How Brad Owen’s team reduced mine costs
Cigar Lake uranium mine gets a strong start with a focused lubrication strategy.
Statistics Canada reports GDP up 0.1% in August boosted by oil and gas subsector
Helping drive the growth was the mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction sector which rose 0.9 per cent.
Three engineers to face disciplinary hearings in Mount Polley disaster
Disaster at BC gold and copper mine sent 24 million cubic metres of mine waste and sludge into nearby waterways.
Canada’s economy surges in second quarter on higher exports: StatCan
Economy rocketed to an annualized pace of 2.9 per cent in the period from April 1 through June 30.
Statistics Canada says retail sales fell 0.2 per cent to $50.7B in June
Economists had expected an increase of 0.1 per cent in June.
Cameco indefinitely extends mine, mill shut down, hundreds face layoff
Closures were to last 10 months, but uranium market has not improved enough to restart the sites.