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Canadian Arctic readies for world’s largest diamond mine openingSituated almost 300 kilometres east of Yellowknife and southeast of the now closed Snap Lake diamond mine, Gahcho Kué will soon begin operations. (Image courtesy of Mountain Province Diamonds) Only days after diamond giant De Beers announced it was shutting down its…
Gearing up againRob Pease and Scott Shellhaas are the recipients of the AMEBC's E.A. Scholz Award for excellence in mine development for their work in advancing the Mount Milligan copper-gold project. The Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia Awards Celebration of Excellence Gala will be held on January 27 during…
A long shotRyan HanleyAmid a tempestuous year for the U.S. dollar gold price, gold has quietly moved up about 6% in Canadian dollar terms, squarely placing the focus on gold producers with Canadian operations that generate cash flow, says Ryan Hanley, mining analyst with Mackie Research Capital. In this interview…
CORAL GABLES, Fla.–Coalview Ltd., LLC (“Coalview”), America's leading fully integrated coal technology and fine coal recovery company providing technology and environmental solutions for mining property owners, celebrates its first year anniversary of commissioning the Coalview Centralia fine coal recovery (FCR) plant this month. The Centralia plant operates 24 hours a…
Giant mine pit ‘swallowing’ 400-year-old Peruvian townMine pit. Aerial | Wikimedia Commons. The Peruvian city of Cerro de Pasco, perched high up in the Andes, is about to sink into the deeps of a half-century-old, open-pit zinc and lead mine that has been belching streamers of dust and polluting its…
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