Bloom Lake has the potential to be one of the region's leading long-life iron ore mines and a major contributor to the national economy.
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According to BC Hydro's latest employment statistics, there are over 2,000 workers on the Site C Clean Energy Project.
Small British Columbia town finds harmony between industries as it endures ups and downs of mining.by Jillian Clark
Pretivm is constructing the high-grade underground Brucejack gold mine in northern British Columbia with commercial production targeted for 2017.
The new, 10,000 square-foot shop features dedicated space for maintenance and repairs, offices, tool storage and a customer conference room.
History of coal mining in Sparwood and the Elk Valleyby Jillian Clark
New large geophysical targets to be tested for copper-zinc mineralization
Corvus Energy’s next generation Orca ESS has been selected for two new polar expedition vessels.
Multiple exploration programs planned including drilling at the North Ruttan Copper-Zinc project
A renewed sense of optimism is expected in the global mining industry as industrial commodity prices are beginning to rise.
Geoscience BC is an independent, non-profit organization that generates earth science information in collaboration with various provincial sectors.
The acquisition contributes towards fulfilling Gaz Métro's objective of actively participating in the reduction of the energy sector's environmental footprint.
IKEA creates a sustainable future for their shoppersby Jillian Clark
184.6 MW Meikle Wind now fully operational, increasing BC's installed wind power capacity by more than one third.
According to the Globe and Mail newspaper, CN Rail is betting on the new technology to be a safe alternative to shipping oil in crude liquid form.
The forestry town of Valemount has been slowly re-inventing itself for a sustainable future with their plans to become Canada’s first geothermal village.by Jillian Clark