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Goldcorp goes all out to make its new mine a great place to work
Guy Belleau acquired a passion for geology as a youth fishing the rivers and streams around his home town of Lévis on the south shore of the St. Lawrence, directly opposite Quebec City.
Stornoway's Renard, Quebec's first diamond mine, prepares for 2016 start
In fable and song, Renard is a cunning fox. He understands his home, its nooks and crannies, where its secrets lie. But if you are Stornoway Diamond Corp., you have outsmarted the fox thanks to thorough exploration, determination and a vision...
Decades of work by IamGold rewarded with Westwood gold mine
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There’s nothing more satisfying than advancing from the ‘development’ to the ‘production’ stage of a project and that’s exactly what IAMGOLD of Toronto experienced in July 2014 now that its Westwood Mine in...
November 1, 2014Daily News
GOLD: Falling price takes toll on Agnico, Barrick and Goldcorp
TORONTO and VANCOUVER – Third quarter results are rolling in this time of year, and Canada's largest gold producers – Agnico-Eagle Mines, Barrick Gold and Goldcorp – are feeling the pinch of a stagnant price.
Oct 30, 2014 4:31PM
GOLD: Marathon drills 1.71 g/t over 44 metres in new zone at Valentine Lake
NEWFOUNDLAND – Toronto-based Marathon Gold Corp. reports that the first three holes drilled in the newly discovered Marathon zone at the Valentine Lake property 55 km south of Buchans returned long and strong intersections.
Oct 30, 2014 4:29PM
MINING PEOPLE: AEMQ, Khalkos, and Turquoise Hill
At the end of a very successful convention in Montreal last week, the Quebec Mineral Exploration Association (AEMQ) appointed Jean M. Gagne and Frank Mariage board chairs of Minalliance and the AEMQ, respectively. Both are partners at Fasken...
Oct 30, 2014 4:27PM
Editorial: Hunts' silver play the stuff of legend
Few individuals have lived lives large enough to be immediately associated with a particular commodity. Think oil and J.D. Rockefeller; steel and Andrew Carnegie; and diamonds and the Oppenheimer family. For silver, it’s the Hunt brothers...
Oct 30, 2014 4:26PM