Imperial Metals NR – Imperial Announces Second Quarter Production Results and Non-Compliance with Certain Bank Debt Covenants

Vancouver | July 6, 2017 | Imperial Metals Corporation (the “Company”) (TSX:III) reports that second quarter production results from Red Chris were 15.4 million pounds of copper and 6,159 ounces of gold. These results were weaker than expected and similar to the production levels...
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DeSmog – Alaskan Hopes Pinned on New B.C. Government as Sale Looms for Polluting Mine.

By Judith Lavoie. Generations of John Morris Sr.’s family have fished the Taku River in Southeast Alaska and for decades they have watched acid mine drainage from the abandoned Tulsequah Chief mine in B.C. flow into a tributary of the Taku. Now, with a new NDP government, running...
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BiV – Wolverine coalmine owners told to stop trucking coal

The new owners of the Wolverine metallurgical coal mine near Tumbler Ridge have been ordered by the provincial government to stop moving coal by truck and move it by rail. There’s just one big problem: There’s currently no railway service to the mine. According to the terms of...
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Financial Post – Global miners’ investments in junior players hits highest level in a decade.

By Sunny Freeman. Gold miners have invested around $290 million in exploration companies during the first six months of the year, the highest level recorded in the past decade and double the value invested in the previous two years combined, according to a CIBC World Market...
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Black Press – Northwest B.C. mine pours first gold

Black Press – Northwest B.C. mine pours first gold Fully half of the approximately 413 direct employees at the Brucejack gold mine near Stewart are from the region, indicate figures released by Pretivm Resources from Vancouver, which owns the mine. And 92 per cent of all its...
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