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Recent region articles

A piece of heavy equipment, and Brandt Tractor Ltd. logo.
Mining Insider, Mines, Global Brandt named exclusive American Augers dealer for Canada

American Augers has been a fixture in the underground utilities and pipeline industry across North America for over 50 years

Eagle Graphite group shot of employees.
Mining Insider, Mines, Sustainability & environment, Technology, British Columbia Kootenay-based technology could expand clean vehicle range

Eagle Graphite will produce silicon/graphite battery anodes using its quarry in Passmore

Chris Gardner, ICBA president.
Energy, British Columbia, Global ICBA applauds Trans Mountain green light; calls for more Fed support for oil & gas

“TMX has seen many twists and turns along the way, but we are happy and relieved that construction has been given the green light,” said Chris Gardner

Cover of Summer issue of Corporate Knights.
Mining Insider, Mines, British Columbia, Global Teck named to 2019 Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada

The Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada are each evaluated on a set of up to 21 environmental, social and governance indicators

Graphic map showing project location in Western Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Energy, Mines, Saskatchewan Azincourt Energy initial drilling confirms East Preston basement prospectivity

The East Preston project lies immediately south of the interpreted southern edge of the Athabasca Basin

(L to R) Chris Hodgson, president of the Ontario Mining Association; Marc Lauzier, mine general manager for Newmont Goldcorp’s Porcupine Gold Mine; Duncan Middlemiss, president and CEO of Wesdome Mines; and Mike McCann, head of mining and milling for North Atlantic Operations.
Education, Minerals, Mines, Ontario #ThisIsMining illustrates how mining affects everyone

Chris Hodgson, president of the Ontario Mining Association, explains how #ThisIsMining coincides with OMA’s 100th anniversary

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Braveheart Resources’ mill at the Bull River Mine is near Cranbrook, B.C.
Mines, British Columbia Braveheart Resources to bring Bull River Mine into production

Braveheart president Ian Berzins calls purchase of Bull River Mine “transformational”

by Jeff Johnson
Logo for Mining Association of Canada, and picture of Gordon Stothart.
Mining Insider, Mines, Global Mining Association of Canada announces new chair

MAC's Board of Directors elect Gordon Stothart of IAMGOLD as Chair

Drill Rig at the Deep Copper Target, Camp Creek-Oban Zone 2019.
Mining Insider, Mines, British Columbia, Global, Ontario Brixton Metals starts drilling at its Thorn Project and provides update on its Atlin Project

Brixton is a Canadian exploration and development company with four exploration projects located in B.C., Ontario and Montana, U.S.A.

Map of Ontario showing location of Noront projects, and logo of Aroland First Nation.
Mining Insider, Mines, Ontario Noront Resources and Aroland First Nation Sign Memorandum of Understanding

The signing of the MOU will formalize the relationship between the parties including the establishment of an ongoing working and communication protocol

Group of adults and kids presenting cheque for $2 million at BC Children's Hospital Miracle Weekend.
Mining Insider, Mines, British Columbia Mining Community Raises $2 Million for BC Children’s Hospital

Every year, volunteers from the mining community fundraise through Mining for Miracles to help improve the quality of health care for children in B.C.

Franco Terrazzano, Alberta Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Energy, Global CTF Commentary: Taxpayers are losing billions due to a lack of pipelines

Canada isn’t getting full value for oil due to a lack of pipeline capacity to reach foreign customers

An eastern view of the Brucejack Mine.
Mining Insider, Mines, British Columbia Pretium Resources Inc.: Underground Exploration Drilling Intercepts Gold Mineralization at Depth

Crews have also been mobilized to site in preparation for the 2019 grassroots exploration program on Pretivm’s Bowser Claims

View of small mining camp, overlooking lake.
Mining Insider, Mines, Quebec Stelmine is making plans to drill on the Courcy property

Stelmine is a junior mining exploration company which concentrates its activities in the Province of Québec

A blue and white cruise ship out at sea.
Energy, Technology, Global Corvus Energy launches groundbreaking new battery with unlimited capacity for Cruise, other vessels

The new Corvus Blue Whale design uses passive air-cooling and incorporates Corvus’ patented single-cell thermal isolation to achieve high safety standards

Passenger bus parked in front of monument at night.
Energy, Products & equipment, Renewable Energy, Sustainability & environment, Technology, Global Ballard to provide fuel cell modules for buses in Europe as a member of new H2Bus Consortium

H2Bus is a consortium formed by the members Everfuel, Wrightbus, Ballard Power Systems, Hexagon Composites, Nel Hydrogen and Ryse Hydrogen

Cover of SSR Mining Inc.'s Sustainability Report.
Mining Insider, Mines, Global SSR Mining publishes inaugural Sustainability Report

SSR Mining Inc. is a Canadian-based precious metals producer with three operations in the U.S., Canada and Argentina

Enerkem Inc. biofuel facility.
Energy, Alberta, Quebec Enerkem named finalist of The Sky’s the Limit Challenge

As one of the four finalists of the Green Aviation Fuels Innovation Competition, Enerkem will receive $2 million to support its next endeavour

Car hooked up to EV charging station.
Mining Insider, Mines, British Columbia, Quebec B.C. passes law to have 100% zero emission vehicles by 2040

The B.C. government is counting on this and will require all new vehicles sold in the province to be zero-emission by 2040

Quebec Premier Francois Legault.
Energy, Quebec Quebec goes electric in a bid to reduce oil dependency

The Government of Quebec would like to reduce oil consumption in the province by 40 per cent by 2030.