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A student working at Minto Mine in the Yukon
Education, First Nations, Mines, Yukon Yukon College celebrates 50 years

Yukon College has a lot to celebrate, including the establishment of the new Centre for Northern Innovation in Mining.

by Karissa Gall
The mobile trades trailer will be able to offer apprenticeship programs for millwright, welding and more.
Education, Yukon New trades trailer will help train Yukon residents

Yukon Education and CanNor are funding an innovative way to bring apprenticeship training to communities around the territory.

by Karen Kornelsen
A large machine working in  an underground tunnel
Mines, Yukon Wolverine Mine achieves full design capacity

Yukon Zinc's Wolverine Mine reached full design capacity in the first quarter of 2013 with a rate of 1,700 tonnes per day.

by Karen Kornelsen
a group of people standing together with an award certificate
Sustainability & environment, Yukon Bardusan Placers is a leader in environmental stewardship

The company took home a 2012 Robert E. Leckie Award recognizing its stewardship efforts.

by Karen Kornelsen
two men in suits standing at a lectern
First Nations, Sustainability & environment, Yukon Yukon Zinc receives a second Robert E. Leckie Award

On November 20, 2012, Yukon Zinc received a Robert E. Leckie Award for Responsible and Innovative Mining Practices.

by Karen Kornelsen
Welding programs at Yukon College are always operating at capacity.
Education, Yukon Yukon and Alaska: a significant collaboration

In October 2012, Yukon College, the University of Alaska and the governments of Yukon and Alaska signed an important agreement.

by Karen Kornelsen
A landscape featuring a small body of water surrounded by fall-coloured vegetation with mountains in background.
Exploration, Yukon Could this be a new gold district?

Early results at Aben Resources Ltd.’s Justin property in southeastern Yukon suggest a promising new gold system.

by Tanya Laing Gahr
Photo of the Keno Hill Silver District
Mines, Sustainability & environment, Technology, British Columbia, Yukon Alexco transforms the Keno Hill Silver District with environmental technologies

Cleaning up and reopening the historic Bellekeno silver mine in Yukon has earned Alexco's Brad Thrall and Clynton Nauman an award from the AME BC.

by Karen Kornelsen
Photo of the historical Engineer Mine
Company Profiles, Exploration, History, Mines, British Columbia, Yukon BCGold Corp.

Precious metals are on the rise, but BCGold Corp. knows there's a lot more to being a junior company than exploration projects.

by Breanne Massey
Exploration, British Columbia, Yukon Working between rocks and hard places—and loving it

Carl Schulze's company, All-Terrane Mineral Exploration Services positions him in a prime location to see new and exciting discoveries.

by Glynis Fediuk
Historical mining activity at the Bellekeno Mine area
Minerals, Mines, Sustainability & environment, Yukon Even better the second time around

Reopening the historic Keno Silver District in the Yukon required expertise in both mining and environmental remediation. Alexco Resource Corporation has both.

by Maureen McEwan
Photo of Bill Sheriff standing outdoors
Exploration, Mines, Yukon Yukon rush

Two member companies of the Predator Group, Golden Predator and Redtail Metals Corp., belong to the Yukon Gold Mining Alliance.

by Lisa Crane
A man and woman standing outside in the forest
Exploration, Minerals, Yukon The Yukon’s most important joint venture

Shawn Ryan credits his wife, Cathy Wood, for the couple's phenomenal success since discovering the Yukon's White Gold property.

by Tanya Laing Gahr
Four men wearing field gear inspect drill core samples
Exploration, Yukon Where the action is

Mike Burke is excited about joining prospectors and geologists for the hunt in what he believes is the most intriguing geology in North America.

by Tanya Laing Gahr
A group of six men in prospecting gear stand next to a large piece of equipment
Exploration, Minerals, Yukon Wake up and smell the java

The Kaminak Gold Corp.’s Coffee Property in the White Gold District is giving investors a great reason to get up in the morning

A smiling man stands against a backdrop of coniferous forest.
Exploration, Yukon Positioned to be a player

William Sheriff is focused on the potential in Canada’s Far North, where he’s seeking to position his company, Golden Predator Corp., as a leader in exploration

by Tanya Laing Gahr

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