Canadian Institute of Mining – Two years and change. Government and industry code changes mark two-year anniversary of Mount Polley, but public not ready to forgive.

 By Eavan Moore Hazeltine-Creek –  The current focus for the two First Nations most affected by Mount Polley is ensuring the restoration process of Hazeltine Creek, pictured, is carried out, and following the long-term outcomes of environmental monitoring | Courtesy of...
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Vancouver Sun – Tsilhqot’in First Nation says no to mineral exploration by Amarc Resources on its Ike prospect.

By Derrick Penner. Above the tree line on a mountain in the Southern Interior is a spot most people have never heard of, but is increasingly the centre of attention for a mining exploration company and communities of the Tsilhqot’in First Nation. It is a mineral claim being...
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Watershed Sentinel – Fish Lake Returns.

By Andrea Palframan It’s the mine that won’t die. For twenty years Taseko Mines Limited has tried to get approval for a low-grade, open-pit copper and gold mine at Teztan Biny (Fish Lake.) The federal government rejected the project twice after independent expert panels delivered...
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Mining Weekly – Taseko in hot pursuit of Gibraltar’s high-grade copper core.

 By Henry Lazenby. TheTSX-listed stock of copper producerTaseko Mines spiked up to 13.33% on Tuesday morning on news that the company has discovered a new high-grade copper deposit at itsGibraltar mine, in British Columbia. Vancouver-based Taseko has intersected more than 341.4 m...
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NR – Ferus Natural Gas Fuels Signs MOU for LNG Supply With Casino and Selwyn Chihong.

 Use of LNG in Mine Projects Improve Economics While Reducing GHG Emissions; LNG Plant Proposed for Fort Nelson Area to Ensure Long-Term Proximal and Reliable Supply VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – September 21, 2016) – Vancouver-based Casino Mining Corporation...
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Mining.com – One of world’s largest, newest diamond mines – Gahcho Kué – is now open. 

By Cecilia Jamasmie Canada’s newest diamond mine, the world’s largest of its kind in the last 13 years, has formally began operations near the Arctic Circle in the country’s remote far north. Gahcho Kué is the sixth precious rocks operation opened in Canada in the 18...
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