The Kelvin kimberlite is located approximately 280 kilometers east-northeast of Yellowknife.
Known for its wealth of diamonds, the Northwest Territories glitters with mining potential that includes gold, lead, zinc, copper and iron ore. Among the challenges encountered by mining and exploration companies in this jurisdiction is finding properly trained people to meet the demand for skilled and semi-skilled workers.
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Report also reveals C$55m First Nations support from De Beers
A requisite permit application has been submitted to the Wek'èezhìi Land and Water Board to build a public highway to the community of Whati.
Kelvin North Lobe bulk sampling at +300 tonnes.
Adjusting to sustainable energies need not be tough for those who have spent their careers in oil and gas. Many of their skills are transferrable.by Elizabeth James
Aurora College and the MTS in Yellowknife will soon receive advanced Cybermine high-fidelity training simulators to prepare for employment in the diamond minesby James Rose
Dominion Diamond Corporation and Diavik Diamond Mine Inc. were jointly awarded the 2015 TSM Environmental Excellence Award.
Kennady Diamonds Inc. announced that the latest Kelvin delineation drill hole intersected kimberlite.
The Northwest Territories Métis Nation will benefit from the Gahcho Kue diamond mine at Kennady Lake.by Peter Caulfield
The NWT already serves as host to some of the world’s richest diamond mines.