The government of British Columbia has implemented a new recovery protocol for the removal and preservation of found fossils.by Zoë Dupley
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The agreement is designed to promote a cooperative and mutually respectful relationship and ensure that Sagkeeng has been properly consulted and accommodated.
High attendance rates are a clear sign that the mineral exploration and mining industry has regained its swagger and is building momentum.
Ryan Montpellier, executive director of MiHR, discusses mining as a viable career path for future generations.by Jillian Clark
The PDAC awarded Peter Moses with the 2017 Skookum Jim Award for his exceptional service educating Aboriginal communities on mining opportunities.by Jillian Clark
A partnership between Geotech Drilling Services Ltd. and the Tahltan Nation Development Corporation will bring enhanced drilling services to Northwest B.C.by Jessica Kirby
Under a revenue-sharing agreement with the Province, the Lower Nicola Indian Band will receive a share of the mineral tax on the mine.
Bob Joseph founded Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. to help indigenous and non-indigenous people develop effective working relationshipsby Kylie Williams
A joint venture with True Grit Consulting and Fort William First Nation is close to completing the first part of a residential project.by Peter Caulfield
Part of Kaminak's ongoing feasibility study regarding the Coffee Project, an access route from the project to Dawson City has been selected.
Imperial Metals Corporation owns the Red Chris Mine in Tahltan territory.
The agreement reflects a commitment by the Parties to work together productively and harmoniously, in the spirit of good faith and cooperation.
Stan Szary, president and CEO of Vancouver-based Saturn Minerals, believes in "relationship first, business second"by Kevin Miller
This deal advances the Back River gold project in Nunavut.by Peter Caulfield
Alan Hutchison, partner at Dentons Canada, talks about the effects of Stephen Harper's June announcement regarding disclosing payments made to governments.by Karen Kornelsen
The prime minister announced funding for the Mining the Future initiative at a special event in Hay River.by Karen Kornelsen
Robin Archdekin, new president and CEO of Geoscience BC, has worked his way up from the field to the board room.by Karen Kornelsen
The Skills and Partnership Fund will give members of the Matawa First Nations the skills they need to pursue a career in mining.by Karen Kornelsen
Mining executives at the Natural Resource Forum suggest ways to improve the province's mining investment climate.by Tim Gardner
On November 20, 2012, Yukon Zinc received a Robert E. Leckie Award for Responsible and Innovative Mining Practices.by Karen Kornelsen
In June 2012, the B.C. Aboriginal Mine Training Association had to shut its doors—but with a new agreement in the works, programs are expected to continue.by Karen Kornelsen
The School of Exploration & Mining is building inclusive relationships with First Nations communities.by Breanne Massey
The owners of the Huckleberry Mine, an open-pit copper and molybdenum mine in west central B.C., has approved a seven-year mine-life extension.by Tim Gardner