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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 »

Why the Brazilian mining sector can’t be ignored

Why the Brazilian mining sector can’t be ignored

By Peter Kennedy All is not well in Brazil, as the devastating fire at the country’s national museum would suggest. However, in spite of the well documented economic challenges and… Read more »

First Nation moves to halt jade miners in northern B.C.

First Nation moves to halt jade miners in northern B.C.

By Peter Kennedy One of northern British Columbia’s First Nations is moving to have all jade exploration and mining as well as placer mining suspended on its traditional territory. It… Read more »

Nevsun rejects Lundin, bets on higher offer

Nevsun rejects Lundin, bets on higher offer

Nevsun Resources Ltd. [NSU-TSX; NYSE AMERICAN] said Thursday it has formally rejected a $1.4 billion all-cash takeover bid from Lundin Mining Corp. [LUN-TSX; LUMI-Sweden] worth $4.75 a shares. The company… Read more »

B.C. falling short of its considerable mining potential

B.C. falling short of its considerable mining potential

B.C. miners face more onerous permitting process compared to other provinces. Adding another layer will only make it worse By Ashley Stedman & Elmira Aliakbari The Fraser Institute To encourage… Read more »

Beaty’s Equinox on track for first gold pour

Beaty’s Equinox on track for first gold pour

Equinox Gold Corp. [EQX-TSXV; EQXGF-OTC] on Friday August 3 said construction is proceeding on schedule, and it hopes to achieve the first gold pour at its Aurizona Mine in Brazil… Read more »

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