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MacLean Engineering – interest in electric mining vehicles turning into purchase orders

MacLean Engineering – interest in electric mining vehicles turning into purchase orders

by Kathrine Moore Headquartered in Collingwood, Ontario, and serving some 23 countries, MacLean Engineering has been developing underground mining equipment for over 45 years. Family-owned MacLean Engineering has a large… Read more »

Why Canaccord is still bullish on lithium equities

Why Canaccord is still bullish on lithium equities

Investor interest in the lithium sector continues to be driven by growing demand for lithium batteries that are essential for the production of electric vehicles as well as consumer products… Read more »

Dropping the gloves over pipelines

Dropping the gloves over pipelines

Kinder Morgan’s acknowledgement that doing business in Canada may not be worth the trouble represents a watershed moment in Canadian economic history By Ken Green Senior director of natural resource… Read more »

Trudeau says Trans Mountain pipeline “will be built”

Trudeau says Trans Mountain pipeline “will be built”

By Peter Kennedy Despite opposition from environmental activists and governments in British Columbia, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed that Kinder Morgan Canada’s [KML-TSX] Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project “will be… Read more »

Alberta senator pushes for federal action on Trans Mountain expansion

Alberta senator pushes for federal action on Trans Mountain expansion

By Peter Kennedy Alberta Senator Doug Black on Wednesday March 28 moved a second reading of the bill he introduced in February (2018) in a bid to have Ottawa declare… Read more »

Open for business? Not B.C.

Open for business? Not B.C.

B.C. government sending all the wrong signals to investors, which could lead to a rude economic awakening By Charles Lammam, Hugh MacIntyre & Ashley Stedman The Fraser Institute Consumer spending… Read more »

Opinion: Things just aren’t what they seem

Opinion: Things just aren’t what they seem

By Ellsworth Dickson A recent book by best-selling detective author Michael Connelly is entitled Two kinds of truth. What he is referring to is the truth that a jury decides… Read more »

Northwest Territories open for mining

Northwest Territories open for mining

By Ellsworth Dickson During the recent PDAC Conference in Toronto, Resource World Magazine had a chance to interview Wally Schumann, Minister of Industry, Tourism and Investment, as well as Minister… Read more »

Mining executives seek clarification on punitive DRC code

Mining executives seek clarification on punitive DRC code

By Peter Kennedy Randgold Resources PLC [RRS-LSE] is set to meet with the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) government next week to discuss the country’s controversial mining laws. The announcement… Read more »

Shifting commodity prices remain top of risk for mines – KPMG

Shifting commodity prices remain top of risk for mines – KPMG

By Peter Kennedy Cyclicality in global resource markets has long been a challenging fact of life in mining. While select group of companies are reaping the benefits after the price… Read more »

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