EPA mishap sends tainted wastewater into river
Wastewater laced with heavy metals from Colorado mine reaches New Mexico.
Groups calling for reforms in mining waste regulations following report
Last August, 24 million cubic metres of mine waste flowed into lakes and waterways after a breach of a tailings dam in central BC.
National Steel Car to build 700 potash railcars
The $70 million Canpotex deal for the custom-built units will optimize the shipping tonnage.
Vale, USW reach tentative deal in Sudbury, Port Colborne
Five-year contract expected to come into effect June 1.
IBC awarded $1.3M copper alloys contract
Delivery expected by Q1 2016.
Ontario Chamber blames feds for Ring of Fire delays
Despite slow progress, report says business case for the area remains strong, report finds.
Sask. to rely on potash, agriculture during low oil prices, premier says
Brad Wall says the prairie province is well-positioned for long-term growth despite energy struggles.
China lowers economic growth target
Promises to open more industries to foreign investment
Gov. plan to control NWT resources delayed by court ruling
NWT Supreme Court grants injunction that prevents Ottawa from collapsing local oversight boards into a single federal agency.
Vale to pay Nfld. $230M for higher nickel exports
Compensation as processing plant ramps up in the province.
Saskatchewan is No. 2 globally for mining investment
And tops in Canada as most attractive jurisdiction. Ontario, BC slipping in rankings.
Mining the benefits of open gear lubes
Tips for their use in challenging operating conditions.
Sask. potash royalty structure ‘alarmingly inefficient:’ report
Jack Mintz says the province’s tax on the resource isn’t competitive on an international level.
Manufacturers cautiously optimistic about 2015
PLANT Outlook survey shows companies are looking close to home for growth.
Forestry powers BC exports: EDC
Province tallies third year of double-digit growth.