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Vancouver Resource Investment Conference – An industry bellwether

Vancouver Resource Investment Conference – An industry bellwether

By Kathrine Moore Vancouver, Canada is where many resource companies have their headquarters. It is also home to Cambridge House International, a company that has been putting on trade shows… Read more »

Alberta mandates oil production cuts

Alberta mandates oil production cuts

By Peter Kennedy Facing a historically large discount, the Alberta government is moving ahead with a mandated reduction in its oil production in a bid to stabilize prices and protect… Read more »

Teck lines up partner for giant Chile copper project

Teck lines up partner for giant Chile copper project

Teck Resources Ltd. [TECK.B-TSX; TECK-NYSE] said Tuesday December 4 that it has agreed to sell a 30% stake in its Quebrada Blanca copper mine expansion in northern Chile to Sumitomo… Read more »

US mineral independence book launched

US mineral independence book launched

One of the many concerns of the U.S. federal government has been the country’s reliance on China, Russia and third world dictatorships for critical minerals heavily used in 21st-century smartphones,… Read more »

Altius sues Ottawa, Alberta for lost coal royalties

Altius sues Ottawa, Alberta for lost coal royalties

Altius Minerals Corp. [ALS-TSX; ATUSF-OTCQX] said the Genesee Ltd. Partnership, of which Altius is the General Partner, has filed a law suit against the governments of Alberta and Canada. The… Read more »

Is Canada selling its resources too cheaply?

Is Canada selling its resources too cheaply?

By Peter Kennedy Discounts on Canadian crude oil widened to alarming levels this week, underlining the need for more energy infrastructure to transport domestic production to export markets. The differential… Read more »

What went down at the Silver & Gold Summit in San Francisco

What went down at the Silver & Gold Summit in San Francisco

By Peter Kennedy After a tough week on global stock markets it was surprising to see so many investment types at the Silver & Gold Summit in San Francisco last… Read more »

Why Ottawa should go slow on Bill C-69

Why Ottawa should go slow on Bill C-69

By Peter Kennedy Despite recent setbacks, Alberta Senator Doug Black believes the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project will ultimately be approved. However, he fears that getting major resource projects approved… Read more »

Trans Mountain pipeline plan lacks urgency, Senator says

Trans Mountain pipeline plan lacks urgency, Senator says

The Canadian government is moving to revive the $7.4 billion Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion just weeks after a Federal Court of Appeal quashed the approval of the project on the… Read more »

Federal Court of Appeal ruling on the Trans-Mountain Expansion

Federal Court of Appeal ruling on the Trans-Mountain Expansion

Case commentary by Bill Gallagher Lawyer-Author-Strategist) It would appear that lightning does strike twice! Having already killed one approved pipeline (Northern Gateway) backed by former Prime Minister Harper, now natives… Read more »

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