The Alberta Carbon Conversion Technology Centre.
Sustainability & environment, Alberta

Low-carbon future is on the horizon in Alberta

The Alberta Carbon Conversion Technology Centre officially opens.

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New high visibility signage greets Komatsu customers in Sparwood.
Company Profiles, Mines, Products & equipment, British Columbia

A peek inside Komatsu’s new Sparwood facility

Komatsu in Sparwood has successfully merged four separate operations and buildings into one newly updated, modern facility.

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Aerial view of the Port of Churchill.
Mining Insider, Mines, Manitoba Government of Canada announces agreement in principle to restore rail service in Northern Manitoba

The rail line is one of the foundational pieces of transportation infrastructure for the northern portion of the province.

Oil rig silhouetted against setting sun.
Energy, Saskatchewan Saturn Oil & Gas Inc. top purchaser of acreage in recent Crown Land sale

The company now acquires 9 lease parcels totaling 6.75 sections, bringing Saturn’s total land position to 24.25 sections.

A headshot of Gavin Mudd, Associate Professor of Environmental Engineering at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia
Minerals, Sustainability & environment, Global

Are rare earth elements actually rare?

Gavin Mudd, associate professor of environmental engineering at RMIT University in Melbourne, shares his thoughts on rare earth elements.

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Kespry drones are subscription-based, so their customers can grow with the drones as new technology is created.
Mines, Products & equipment, Technology

Innovations in mining are taking off with Kespry’s drones

Jason Nichols, product marketing manager at Kespry, explains how drones increase efficiency, therefore revenue, for mining companies.

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Bryan Cox
Mines, British Columbia

Podcast: 2018 Interview with ​MABC president, ​Bryan Cox

We are once again pleased to welcome Bryan Cox, Mining Association of British Columbia, (MABC) President and CEO, to the Canadian Mining and Energy Podcast.

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Several people are standing together to accept their awards from FortisBC.
Energy, British Columbia

Ten top energy savers applauded at FortisBC’s annual awards

FortisBC recognized 10 regional organizations that achieved outstanding energy savings in their sectors over the past year.

John Thompson, Chair of RFG2018.
Energy, Minerals, Mines, Sustainability & environment, Technology, Global

Sustainability for future generations

The Resources for Future Generations Conference (RFG2018) hopes to kickstart a collective effort to address the challenges we face in our future.

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A drone shot of Resthaven near the end of construction.
Energy, Alberta

Excellence is a standard at CSV Midstream Solutions

Strong company values, intelligent design decisions and a cohesive team bring CSV Resthaven gas plant from design to production efficiently and under budget.

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A photo of people at a conference from the Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Supply Chain Forum in October 2017.
Products & equipment, Saskatchewan

SIMSA connects buyers and sellers

Eric Anderson, executive director of SIMSA, explains SIMSA’s role connecting suppliers with companies in the mining and oil and gas industries.

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Filterboxx Drill Camp Combo, set up at a Blackbird Energy site.
Products & equipment, Technology, Global

Wastewater treatment in remote geography and extreme environments ––Filterboxx meets this challenge

Ryan Workman of Filterboxx leads a team of environmental science experts and operators who are equipped to treat drinking & domestic wastewater at remote sites.

by Timothy Fowler
Aerial view of the solar arrays on the curling rink and municipal offices in Hudson's Hope, B.C.
Renewable Energy, Sustainability & environment, British Columbia

Hudson’s Hope: Another “off-the-grid” first for B.C.

Lighting the future with solar energy: How a small B.C. town is powering change.

by Elizabeth James
Alec Morrison, president and CEO of the Mining Suppliers Association of B.C. (MSABC), is holding Buddy the Miner, from the Mining for Miracles campaign for BC Children's Hospital.  MSABC has raised over $325,000 for Mining for Miracles since 1998.
Products & equipment, British Columbia

Who are the unsung heroes? The importance of suppliers to the mining industry

Over 1,000 companies in British Columbia alone have self-identified as mining suppliers—an important part of the mining industry.

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Bryan Cox, CEO of MABC, leads advocacy and education initiatives for the mining industry.
Mines, Products & equipment, British Columbia

BC Mining Month—“Mining Our Future”

Bryan Cox, CEO of the Mining Association of British Columbia talks about Mining Week’s growth into Mining Month.

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Judah Tyreman is the curator at the Sesula Mineral and Gem Museum in Radisson, Saskatchewan.
Minerals, Saskatchewan

Vandals are mere rocks in the road for Saskatchewan entrepreneur

Judah Tyreman is a 13-year-old rock hound with a dream that even stone-hearted thieves can't chip away at.

by Elizabeth James
Clear Blue Technologies is a five-year overnight success story. CEO Miriam Tuerk said startups are created by communities, not individuals.
Energy, Renewable Energy, Global

Creating firsts in smart off-grid technology

Miriam Tuerk, CEO of Clear Blue Technologies, talks about her solar power startup and its success with smart off-grid technology.

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Kathryn Hayashi, CEO of TRIUMF Innovations Inc.
Technology

Focusing on the business of science

Kathryn Hayashi, CEO of TRIUMF Innovations Inc., dedicates her time to bridging gaps and making an impact in her industry.

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