NB Media Co-op –  “To say I did all I could:” Jacinda Mack.  Pain of Mount Polley spill felt in New Brunswick.

By Tracy Glynn.  Fredericton – Jacinda Mack, a Nuxalk and Secwepemc woman from British Columbia, was on the unceded Wolastoq and Passamaquoddy territories in New Brunswick in August to intervene at the annual meeting of Ministers responsible for mining and to meet with indigenous...
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MW NR – Mines Ministers Meeting Falls Short of Meaningful Progress on Environment and Indigenous Rights

Indigenous communities and advocacy groups are disappointed and concerned about the outcomes of Canada’s 2017 Energy & Mines Ministers Conference, which ended last week in St. Andrews, New Brunswick.   “None of the 200 pages of documents and 11 priority action points coming...
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Oil Price – How Technology Is Fueling The Next Gold Rush.

By James Burgess. Prospectors have mined 20 million ounces of gold from the Yukon’s famous Klondike since the Gold Rush. But they haven’t been able to find the original source—the multi-billion-dollar bedrock. Until now.A famous geologist armed with the latest in drone tech and...
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