People are gathered in a circle discussing work at a Seabridge Gold mine on the top of a mountain.
Mines, Sustainability & environment, British Columbia

A green debate

Ottawa dismisses American environmentalists’ complaint against Canadian gold-copper project.

by Peter Caulfield
A portrait photo of William Lamb, president and CEO of Lucara Diamond Corp.
Mines

Rock Star: William Lamb, president and CEO of Lucara Diamond Corp.

William Lamb pushes Lucara Diamond Corp. to think outside the box when it comes to its Karowe Mine in Botswana.

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Location of Mink and Silver Mountain Properties.
Mining Insider, Mines, Ontario Honey Badger exploration stakes additional Polymetallic Silver, Gold, Zinc, Lead and Cobalt

The Mink and Silver Mountain properties are located in the historic Thunder Bay Silver District.

Source Energy Services Ltd. logo
Energy, Alberta Source Energy Services Ltd. announces the opening of its Fox Creek Unit Train Terminal

The expanded Fox Creek terminal is unit train capable with over 3.8 kilometres of track and 35,000 metric tonnes of storage capacity.

a collage image with pictures of mining sites and people at work
Energy, Mines, Technology

Mining and Energy’s 10 most-read stories of 2017

Check out some of the most popular Mining and Energy articles we published last year.

by Danielle Cameron
A woman, wearing a hardhat, takes a water sample from a stream.
Education, First Nations, Technology

The future of mining: MiHR discusses employment opportunities

Ryan Montpellier, executive director of MiHR, discusses mining as a viable career path for future generations.

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A prospector digs around at Cruz Cobalt's high-grade cobalt Johnson project.
Minerals, Mines, Technology, Ontario

Competing for cobalt

Cruz Cobalt Corp explains the importance of cobalt to the future of electric vehicles.

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A headshot of David Lomax, senior associate at Waugh Thistleton Architects in the U.K.

Vancouver conference touts sustainability benefits of wood

At the recent Wood Solutions Conference in Vancouver, speakers promoted the benefits of wood construction.

by Peter Caulfield
Left to right: Ben Marken (Selkirk College), Blair Weston (FortisBC), Roger Austin (Austin Engineering), Darren McElhinney (FortisBC), Mary Austin (Austin Engineering) and Jason Taylor (Selkirk College)
Energy, Technology, British Columbia

3-D printing innovation in engineering

Selkirk College and Austin Engineering worked together to create a 3-D printed model of the proposed Corra Linn dam upgrades for FortisBC.

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A woman (Merran Smith) on a bike smiling as she waits at the side of a road
Renewable Energy, Sustainability & environment

Rock Star Merran Smith: Creating a cleaner tomorrow

Merran Smith, founder and Executive Director of Clean Energy Canada, was recently appointed to co-chair the Climate Solutions and Clean Growth Advisory Council

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The all-season Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway covers an area rich in natural gas fields. The government is now considering how to use this gas: locally or shipping it elsewhere?
Exploration, Northwest Territories

Exploring the gas fields of the Northwest Territories

The Government of the Northwest Territories studies potential for exploration in the Beaufort-Delta region with the completion of the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway

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A yellow Teck truck shovel in front of a large pile of coal
Mines, British Columbia

45 years of coal mining leadership

Celebrating a milestone at Teck's Fording River Operations

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A lady showing some environmental science equipment
Sustainability & environment, Technology

Exploring eDNA

BC Innovation Council (BCIC) Ignite program chose Dr. Caren Helbing and Hemmera Envirochem’s environmental monitoring research project for funding.

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NAIT is currently working on Phase 1 of the applied research project to test DME in long-haul trucks in Alberta.
Education, Renewable Energy, Alberta

NAIT applies DME to long-haul trucks in Alberta

NAIT researcher explains DME, NAIT’s applied research project with industry partners, and how close the alternative renewable fuel is to market.

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A wind turbine in a field with a herd of deer lounging in the grass around it.
Renewable Energy, Sustainability & environment, Technology, Alberta

Major renewable energy company focuses on Alberta

EDF EN Canada has several wind projects currently advancing through development in Alberta, but is also exploring combinations of solar and wind.

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Four men on a roof working on an equipment installation.
Education, Alberta

Microgrid innovation at Medicine Hat College

Bluenergy Solarwind perfects double-helix urban wind turbine for Medicine Hat College’s microgrid.

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Bryan Cox
Mines, British Columbia

Podcast: One-on-one ​Interview with ​MABC president, ​Bryan Cox

Mining and Energy goes one-on-one with Bryan Cox, ​President and CEO of the Mining Association of British Columbia

Foster Coulson standing with the Coulson Ice Blast product

Introducing Ice Storm90™

Coulson Ice Blast offers an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way to clean heavy equipment.

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