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  • ENVIRONMENT: Seabridge joins study of metals on fish

    September 19, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – Metal pollution from mines, mills and smelters is a hotly contested issue, especially when water passing through contaminated sites leaches metals into local waterways. The issue has become a major aggravation between miners and Indigenous peoples along

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    MINING PEOPLE: Josemaria, Filo Mining, Fission 3.0, NovoCarbon, Nubian, Premier Gold, and Roscan Gold

    September 19, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Josemaria Resources of Vancouver has named Adam Lundin its new president and CEO and Ron F. Hochstein to the board of directors. Former president and CEO Dr. Wojtek Wodzicki stepped down to focus his energies on being president and CEO

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    SAFETY: Perform autonomous raise checks with Rail Runner

    September 19, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    NORTH BAY, Ont. – True innovation is realized through curiosity and collaboration. SafeSight’s latest safety creation has arrived from deep collaboration with Redpath Canada bringing both their field experience and innovative concepts to the table. The result has been the

  • EXCAVATOR: Komatsu PC2000-11 speed loading of trucks up to 200 tonnes

    September 19, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    ILLINOIS – Komatsu America introduces its PC2000-11 hydraulic excavator. Equipped with an EPA Tier 4 Final certified engine, the PC2000-11 has more horsepower and a new engine-pump control for faster cycle times and improved multifunction performance. “The PC2000-11 is designed

  • Indonesia to ban nickel ore in 2020

    September 19, 2019 by Trish Saywell

    Indonesia has confirmed it will ban exports of nickel ore from January 2020 – two years earlier than expected. The Southeast Asian nation is the world’s largest nickel ore producer, and the news unleashed a torrent of speculation about supply

  • COAL: Kepco Bylong’s mine denied development consent

    September 19, 2019 by MINING.COM Staff

    AUSTRALIA – The New South Wales government’s Independent Planning Commission refused development consent for Kepco Bylong Australia’s coal mine near Mudgee, in the Australian state’s central west region. The Commission cited concerns about long lasting environmental, agricultural and heritage impacts

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    SNAPSHOT: Eight companies to watch in Quebec

    September 19, 2019 by Northern Miner Staff

    Mining companies spend an average of $8.5 billion a year in Quebec and the industry generates about $962 million annually for the provincial government, excluding corporate income taxes, according to the latest report from the Quebec Mining Association. The province

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    GOLD: Victoria pours first doré bar from Eagle mine

    September 18, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    YUKON – Victoria Gold Corp. poured the first gold bar at its new Eagle mine 85 km north of Mayo on Sept. 18. Yukon Premier Sandy Silver poured the 1,001-oz. bar. The company says it has reached a hiring goal

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    GOLD: Crystal Lake cuts 15+ g/t over 8 metres at Newmont Lake

    September 18, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – There are high grades to be had at the Newmont Lake gold property, if the current drill results are anything to go by. Owner Crystal Lake Mining Corp. of Vancouver said a hole on the northern extension

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    GOLD: Transition Metals confirms new zones at Highland

    September 18, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    NOVA SCOTIA – Sudbury, Ont.-based Transition Metals Corp. has confirmed new zones of gold mineralization at its Highland property 60 km northwest of Sydney, in the Cape Breton Highlands. Recent reverse circulation drilling confirmed strike and dip extensions to zone

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    POWER: Cut costs with reliable Cat micro-grids

    September 18, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    PEORIA, Ill. – The Cat Microgrid system is the recipient of the 2017 Power magazine commercial and industrial generation award. The system contains both photovoltaic solar modules and energy storage. Here are some of the award winning advantages: Increased energy efficiency

  • First-half gold demand jumps on central bank, ETF buying

    September 18, 2019 by World Gold Council

    The following is an edited summary from the World Gold Council, based on its “Gold Demand Trends Q2 2019” report. To access the report, visit www.gold.org. Global gold demand grew to 1,123 tonnes in this year’s second quarter – an 8%