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
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
Coulson Ice Blast offers an environmentally friendly and cost-effective way to clean heavy equipment.
Inproheat uses sixty years of experience and refined SubCom® technology to compete in the final phase of Foresight’s ARCTIC challenge.
Heron Canada, a member of MSTA Canada, offers sustainable solutions for mining’s power problems in the form of microgrids and electric vehicles.
Separation Rapids project near Kenora, Ontario, will produce lithium hydroxide, but is also exploring ways to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions.
The Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export (CAMESE) rebranded to become MSTA Canada
Cypher Environmental Ltd., headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, offers sustainable solutions to mine sites around the world.
Harrier Aerial Surveys' drones collect aerial imagery to create digital elevation models and 3-D measurements
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.
Meet Robert Bell, people person and coal expert, as well as the moderator for the Coal Association of Canada’s upcoming conference in Vancouver.
Foresight and ARCTIC foster clean tech startups and real solutions to mining and energy sustainability problems.
Auracle Remote Sensing CEO David McLelland pioneered the remote sensing and geospatial technology that benefits the mining and energy industries.
The Jannatec Advanced Warning System aims to eliminate underground mining vehicle accidents.
Executive chair Stephen Leahy explains Auracle Remote Sensing’s underground mapping technology and its applications in the resource industries.
Study for a career in mining and energy, or upgrade your skill set at one of Western Canada’s higher education institutions.
American Creek might have found the Wild Horse River motherlode on its Gold Hill property.
Darren Blaney, the president of American Creek, explains the exploration process of a high-grade gold mine
According to the National Energy Board, Canada ranks higher than other developed countries in regards to its energy derived from renewable resources
Bill Robertson, co-founder and president of R&R Utility, shares his decades of experience with younger engineers.