Canadian Mining Journal

Golder Associates Limited

  • News

    LEADERSHIP: Golder congratulates new leaders appointed in Canada

    April 22, 2015 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    MISSISSAUGA: Golder Associates Ltd has announced the appointment of 15 new Principals and 28 new Associates in Canada.

  • Feature

    Historic Deloro mine returns to nature

    February 1, 2015 by Russell Noble

    Ontario, like most provinces and territories in Canada, is riddled with working mines and an equal number of historic sites where mining was once the mainstay of economic activity and support.

  • Feature

    Golder’s mining teams solve and resolve international problems INTERNATIONAL PROBLEMS

    December 1, 2014 by Russell Noble

    Engineering Earth’s Development, Preserving Earth’s Integrity” is a powerful statement that takes a lot of skill and confidence to live up to but for Golder Associates, those few words have been the company’s motto and…

  • ACQUISITION: Golder enhances water, wastewater capabilities

    February 4, 2013 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    VANCOUVER – Golder Associates has acquired Vancouver-based NovaTec Consultants, a process engineering firm focused on industrial and municipal advanced water and wastewater treatment plant design, operations, process optimisation, and…

  • News

    AWARD: Keltie Craig of Golder takes home planning honours

    October 30, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    CALGARY – The Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) has presented Keltie Craig of Golder Associates with the 2012 President’s Award for Young Planners. Craig was chosen as this year’s recipient because of her vision, leadership and…

  • News

    CONSULTING: Golder re-establishes permanent office in Atlantic Canada

    June 20, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    NEWFOUNDLAND and NOVA SCOTIA – Golder Associates has re-established permanent offices in St. John’s and Halifax to better serve its clients throughout Atlantic Canada.

  • News

    TUNGSTEN STUDY: Updated PEA for Grey River deposit remains positive

    April 11, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    NEWFOUNDLAND – Playfair Mining of Vancouver says the preliminary economic assessment for its 100% owned Grey River tungsten deposit on the south coast indicates that a mining project is potentially viable and will return a positive net…

  • News

    METALLURGICAL TESTS: Bioleaching works on arsenic-laden Snow Lake residue

    March 20, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    MANITOBA – Toronto-based BacTech Environmental Corp. has been testing its patented Bacox bio-oxidation the stockpiled arsenic-rich (16%) residue from old mines near Snow Lake with great success. The Bacox process oxidizes 95% of the…

  • News

    RECOGNIZED: Golder goes platinum in ReNew Canada rankings

    January 24, 2012 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    MISSISSAUGA, Ontario – Golder Associates has been awarded a platinum badge designation by ReNew Canada magazine for its involvement in 14 of this year’s top 100 Canadian infrastructure projects. The combined value of the 14 projects is over $17…

  • News

    GUEST PERSPECTIVE: Chilean consulting engineers set sights on Toronto

    October 12, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    The association of consulting engineers in Chile (Asociacion de Empresas Consultoras de Ingenieria de Chile (AIC)) is heading for Toronto in November on a special mission. They are primarily hoping to make partnerships and other connections in…

  • ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVE: Golder still planting trees to celebrate 50 years in Canada

    September 26, 2011 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    TORONTO – To celebrate its 50th Anniversary in Canada last year, Golder Associates donated $85,000 to Tree Canada’s “Greening Canada’s School Grounds” program. The company supported planting trees in 20 schools across the country in 2010, and…

  • Feature

    Better Outcomes Through Sustainable Landfill Design

    June 1, 2011 by Anil Beersing

    Even from a plane at cruising altitude, they stand out. Piles of rock in straight rows, with wide, level tops and straight sides, often with little or no vegetation, protrude from the surrounding landscape – clearly, a mine waste dump. Possibly…