Built in the early 1900s by the Pacific Coal Company, the concrete headframe and tipple structure is all that remains of the Morden Colliery
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Small British Columbia town finds harmony between industries as it endures ups and downs of mining.by Jillian Clark
History of coal mining in Sparwood and the Elk Valleyby Jillian Clark
The Museum will also debut its new 2016 summer exhibit, Water: Beneath the Surface, which examines the complex world of H2O.
Marcia Smith, senior vice-president, sustainability and external affairs at Teck, writes regarding the government management plan issued for the Elk Riverby Marcia Smith
BC's Association for Mineral Exploration turns 100by Jessica Kirby
Hansuld longed to work outdoors, but he hadn’t heard about geology before, but after more than three decades as a mining executive—Hansuld is a mining legend.by Breanne Massey