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  • GOLD-COPPER: Supreme Court okays work at Taseko’s New Prosperity

    June 17, 2019 by Marilyn Scales

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for Taseko Mines of Vancouver to begin geotechnical work at its New Prosperity gold-copper project 125 km south of Williams Lake. The Court dismissed the Tsilhqot’in First Nation’s

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    COPPER: Power Ore posts webinar on work at Opemiska

    June 17, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    QUEBEC – Toronto-based Power Ore continues to report drill results from the Opemiska copper complex near Chapais, and recently posted a webinar detailing its recent drill results and update on its program there. The company has released results from three

  • RESEARCH: CEMI moves to downtown Sudbury

    June 17, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    ONTARIO – CEMI, the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation, has moved its offices to downtown Sudbury. The new address is 105 Elm Street, Unit A, Sudbury, Ont. P3C 1T3. The phone (705-673-6568) and main email (info@CEMI.ca) remain the same,

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    COPPER: Ivanhoe updates progress at Kamoa-Kakula project

    June 17, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO – Vancouver-headquartered Ivanhoe Mines is pressing ahead with the construction of the Kakula copper mine. This is the first stage of the Kamoa-Kakula copper project. China-based CITIC Metal invested an additional US$459 million earlier this year,

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    TRAINING: Komatsu to acquire Immersive Technologies

    June 17, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    AUSTRALIA – Komatsu Ltd., through its wholly owned subsidiary in Australia, has agreed to acquire global mining technology and workforce optimization firm Immersive Corporation (Immersive Technologies), which specialises in increasing mine profitability by optimizing the safety and productivity of equipment

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    Amex Exploration drills high grade gold at Perron

    June 17, 2019 by Trish Saywell

    After setting up Sulliden Exploration in 1995 and opening an office in Lima in 1996, Jacques Trottier wrote a personal check in 2002 to acquire a property from a family in the Cajamarca region of northern Peru. Trottier was interested

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    GOLD: Red Pine builds up Wawa project

    June 17, 2019 by Northern Miner Staff

    ONTARIO – The land package containing Red Pine Exploration’s Wawa gold project hosts numerous historic mines that in their heyday produced more than 120,000 oz. of gold. The largest gold deposit Red Pine has identified so far on the property, 2

  • COBALT-NICKEL: UEX releases results of winter resampling at West Bear

    June 13, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

      SASKATCHEWAN – The final assays are in from UEX Corp.’s winter drilling program at its West Bear cobalt-nickel property in the eastern part of the Athabasca Basin. The company resampled  62 sonic drill holes and 12 historical diamond drill

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    MINING PEOPLE: MAC, CMIC, and Falcon Gold

    June 13, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    The Mining Association of Canada in Ottawa has selected Gordon Stothart to be its CEO for the next two-year term. He is also executive VP and COO of Iamgold. He comes to his new role with extensive experience in the mining

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    GEOPHYSICS: Minnovare’s new agent in Quebec

    June 13, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    WESTERN AUSTRALIA – Minnovare  has announced new distributor agreement with Quebec-based Geophysique TMC. TMC will be Minnovare’ s official sales and service agent for the Azimuth Aligner range of products throughout the province. TMC are one of Canada’s leading specialists

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    BULK SOLIDS: BinMaster’s solution for inaccurate silo inventory

    June 13, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    NEBRASKA – BinMaster suggests the use of its 3D level scanners to cure any of the following conditions: Uneven piles. If the material surface is irregular, a single measurement point in the silo is won’t render volumetric accuracy. Large diameter

  • Interview: Avoid becoming ‘roadkill’ on the road to resources, advises Bill Gallagher

    June 13, 2019 by John Cumming

    Strategist, lawyer and author Bill Gallagher is an expert on Canada’s Indigenous People and their land rights, and how they relate to resource development in the country. Based in Waterloo, Ont., Gallagher is the author of two popular books on the topic: