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Long-term gold and silver influences

Long-term gold and silver influences

by Leonard Melman One  of  the  most  widely  read financial analysts over the past half-century was the late Richard Russell,  long-time  editor/publisher  of the Dow Theory Letters. One of his… Read more »

Osisko Metals Executive Chairman Robert Wares Donates $5 Million To Mcgill University

Osisko Metals Executive Chairman Robert Wares Donates $5 Million To Mcgill University

Osisko Metals Incorporated [TSX-V: OM; FRANKFURT: OB51] is pleased to congratulate Robert Wares, one of the original founders of the Osisko group of companies on the announcement of his donation… Read more »

#DisruptMining calls for industry innovation

#DisruptMining calls for industry innovation

By Peter Kennedy Calling all disruptors and innovators! One of Canada’s largest gold producers wants to hear from anyone with an idea or a technology that will help to tackle… Read more »

BC Mine Reclamation Award and Scholarship Recipients Announced

BC Mine Reclamation Award and Scholarship Recipients Announced

Williams Lake, B.C., Canada – The British Columbia Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation (TRCR) presented the 2017 BC Mine Reclamation Award at its 41st Annual BC Mine Reclamation Symposium… 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 »

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 »

Alaska –The Frontier of the Future

Alaska –The Frontier of the Future

By Kristina Walcott Driving through downtown Fairbanks, one can’t help but notice the license plates, “Alaska the Last Frontier” long synonymous with the State of Alaska, the words last frontier… Read more »

The Secret of the Pilbara Gold Rush

The Secret of the Pilbara Gold Rush

By Alfred Stewart, B.Sc. Geology Australia rarely makes the news in North America. Bill Bryson, the author of the amusing Aussie travel book In a Sunburned Country describes a search… Read more »

PDAC sees growing momentum in mineral exploration space

PDAC sees growing momentum in mineral exploration space

By Peter Kennedy After some tough times, the prospects look brighter for Canada’s mineral exploration and development sector. That’s the conclusion of a new report that was compiled by the… 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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