Jillian Clark writer profile
Jillian began writing immediately after receiving her undergrad from the University of Western Ontario. She believes in lifelong learning, so she went back to the University of Calgary for a certificate in marketing and public relations after making the cross-country move to Alberta. Now, she learns something new with each story she writes for Mining & Energy. See more of Jill’s work at wordsbyjill.com.
Most recent articles by Jillian Clark
Jason Nichols, product marketing manager at Kespry, explains how drones increase efficiency, therefore revenue, for mining companies.
Strong company values, intelligent design decisions and a cohesive team bring CSV Resthaven gas plant from design to production efficiently and under budget.
Over 1,000 companies in British Columbia alone have self-identified as mining suppliers—an important part of the mining industry.
Watson Gloves manufactures over 2,300 styles of gloves ranging from household cleaning and gardening gloves to heavy-duty protection at mining operations.
Hard-Line’s Teleop Control System, along with Auto, Multi, and Auto X upgrades, increases efficiency and productivity in mining operations.
Brandon Macdonald found success at Fireweed Zinc by adapting to the twists and seizing opportunities in the downturns of the mining industry.
William Lamb pushes Lucara Diamond Corp. to think outside the box when it comes to its Karowe Mine in Botswana.
Ryan Montpellier, executive director of MiHR, discusses mining as a viable career path for future generations.
Merran Smith, founder and Executive Director of Clean Energy Canada, was recently appointed to co-chair the Climate Solutions and Clean Growth Advisory Council
The Government of the Northwest Territories studies potential for exploration in the Beaufort-Delta region with the completion of the Inuvik Tuktoyaktuk Highway
The Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export (CAMESE) rebranded to become MSTA Canada
We asked a handful of mining and energy industry workers for their predictions of jobs in high demand in five years.
Geoscience BC funds the Halogens Project to identify new, low-impact, cost-efficient mineral exploration techniques.