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    Metso Outotec’s leading-edge eScrap solutions

    May 18, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Metso Outotec is introducing a comprehensive eScrap solutions portfolio for the smelting and refining of e-scrap derived from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The solutions portfolio consists of the company’s proven smelting, refining, hydrometallurgy, and gas cleaning technologies, all contributing

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    First Cobalt updates progress on refinery commissioning

    May 17, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    The restart of the cobalt refinery in Cobalt, Ont., is edging closer. Owner First Cobalt (TSX-V: FCC; OTCQX: FTSSF) has provided an update of the work being done at what will be North America’s only refinery of battery grade cobalt

  • Canada Silver Cobalt: How to recycle batteries without smelting

    May 17, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Canada Silver Cobalt Works (TSXV: CCW) explained its Re-20x hydrometallurgical process to the audience as last week’s Bezinga virtual global small cap conference. The process involves no smelting of materials to recycle batteries in a cost competitive, environmentally sound and

  • Rio Tinto makes $25.6M investment in Western Copper and Gold

    May 17, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Rio Tinto Canada is making a $25.6-million strategic investment in Western Copper and Gold (TSX: WRN; NYSE: WRN) of Vancouver. The international miner will purchase 11.8 million common shares of Western at a price of $2.17 per share. Rio will

  • Benchmark counts 1.5M oz gold in potential Lawyers pit

    May 17, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    The initial resource estimate from Benchmark Metals (TSXV: BNCH) for the former Lawyers gold-silver mine puts in pit gold content at 1.5 million oz. and silver at 49.0 million oz. in the indicated category. Using a 0.5 g/t gold equivalent

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    MacLean ships 500th bolter in 30 years

    May 17, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    MacLean Engineering recently shipped the first of its 30th anniversary 900 Series bolters from the company’s main manufacturing facility in Collingwood, Ont. The unit, a 975 Omnia scissor bolter, was sold to a contractor working at an underground gold mine in

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    Mountain Province taps Dunebridge for US$33M loan

    May 13, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Citing “serious financial difficulty,” Mountain Province Diamonds (TSX: MPVD) has again tapped its largest shareholder for a loan, this time adding a US$33-million term loan facility to its existing US$25-million revolving credit facility with Dunebridge Worldwide. Mountain Province owns a

  • JV Article: How royalties are outpacing miners

    May 13, 2021 by MINING.COM Staff

    Streaming and royalty financing deal flows are predicted to grow significantly over the next decade, and move beyond the precious metals market. Gold and silver now make up 96% of the royalty market share, with cobalt, palladium and copper making

  • Granada Gold hits more rare earth, alkali metals on Big Claim

    May 13, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    First reported in March 2021, the drilling continues to intersect rare earth and alkali metals on the Big Claim near Rouyn-Noranda, Que. Owner and operator Granada Gold Mine (TSXV: GGM) said there are more such intersections in hole GR-20-22 about

  • JV Article: American Eagle Gold advances flagship Golden Trend property in Nevada

    May 13, 2021 by Northern Miner Staff

    Newly listed American Eagle Gold (TSXV: AE) continues to focus on exploring its flagship Golden Trend property in Nevada. The company’s 925-hectare site was acquired in July of last year and is located in the state’s rich Cortez Trend, adjacent

  • Boltec M battery rig makes its debut in Canada

    May 13, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    As part of the ongoing effort to lead the charge on the battery electric transformation of the mining industry, Epiroc has imported the very first Boltec M battery rig onto Canadian soil. The fully mechanized bolter is ideal for mid-sized

  • Emesent, Datamine team up to survey inaccessible areas

    May 13, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Emesent and Datamine have partnered to further assist mining companies to gain new insights from previously inaccessible areas such as underground openings and stopes. The two have technologies that when combined can help mining customers boost productivity and improve outputs.