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thumb Nystar's Myra Falls
Strathcona Provincial Park is better known as British Columbia’s "crown jewel." Nestled within its boundaries are the highest mountains on Vancouver Island, the highest waterfalls in all of Canada, and one of the most successful mines in...

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Closure design for mine openings requires careful consideration of many factors, including but not limited to strength, installation method, transport and longevity.

thumb Hackers are a Real Threat
Cyber hacking and the breach of information systems security is emerging as one of the top risks to the mining and metals sector. The threats are real and on the rise.

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April 23, 2014Daily News

thumb NICKEL-IRON: First Point test markets Decar concentrates
BRITISH COLUMBIA – The results of the first market test of awaruite (nickel-iron alloy) concentrates from the Decar project are positive, says First Point Minerals Corp of Vancouver. The project, located 80 km north of Fort St James, is...
Apr 22, 2014 4:37PM

thumb LITHIUM: Concentrator restarts as weather warms
QUEBEC – RB Energy (formerly Canada Lithium) of Vancouver says it has restarted the concentrator at its Quebec lithium mine 60 km north of Val d'Or. This winter's unusually long and cold conditions forced a suspension of milling activity...
Apr 22, 2014 4:33PM

thumb GOLD: More tests boost recovery for Sabina's Back River project
NUNAVUT – Continued bench scale metallurgical tests on material from the Back River gold project have boosted gold recovery to 93.9% from 88.0%. The advanced exploration project is located in the West Kitikmeot region and owned by Sabina...
Apr 22, 2014 4:31PM

thumb COPPER: Amerigo/Codelco extend tailings processing arrangement
CHILE – Amerigo Resources of Vancouver and Codelco, Chile's large state-owned copper producer, have signed an agreement extending Amerigo's right to reprocess tailings from the El Teniente operation to 2037.
Apr 22, 2014 4:30PM

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