The possibilities and pitfalls of planning for post-mining land uses.
One-third of the miner’s revenue is expected to come from precious metals by 2022.
A look at some of the gold and base metals projects being advanced in Saskatchewan.
Petro-Canada Lubricants discusses how miners can avoid costly shutdowns of equipment through the use of criticality lists.
Changing approaches to mine closure
Richard Swan and Gannon Beaulne of Bennett Jones discuss the growing legal uncertainty for miners operating abroad, illustrated by the Araya v Nevsun Resources case.
Carolyn Burns and Jane Church of NetPositive discuss how to manage the risks to community health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic.
EY’s Thibaut Millet shares ideas on the transformation of work that needs to happen as companies adopt to the pandemic.
The site of the former Cluff Lake uranium mine, in northwest Saskatchewan. Credit: Orano Canada
How artificial intelligence is being used to speed up the exploration process and improve the odds of success
Fortinet Canada’s Graham Bushkes shares four ways miners can reduce their cyber risks
How the pandemic could accelerate mining’s digital transformation