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Nalaine Morin, principle at ArrowBlade Consulting, recognized for contributions to mining industry
The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy issued the penalty on Dec. 8, 2020
Contract driller Ray Rosenberg, 35, was killed and two other workers were injured in a mud rush on Feb. 2.
Two New Gold employees received non-life threatening injuries and received medical care
13 years to allow a mine won’t work, cabinet ministers reminded
Low carbon drives demand for copper, steelmaking coal
CMH requested Gibraltar’s assistance with their respiratory protection program
Tsilhqot’in Nation, Taseko Mines agree to further dialogue
23 leaders pen letter to premier, asking for inclusion in new policy discussions
Eight years drug-free, Rick Curiston reflects on his passion for agate, gold hunting
Fraser River Salmon Sampling Program is a partnership with Xat’sull First Nation
B.C. Government committing up to $1.575 million for Tulsequah Chief Mine site
A worker at a mining camp tested positive for the coronavirus after leaving the camp.
High copper levels continue in Quesnel River six years after breach
Company eyes restart plan
Aug. 4, 2020 will mark six years since Mt. Polley Mine breach
‘The gold potential of Lac la Hache continues to grow’
The company made the announcement on Tuesday, June 9.
Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia said hearings will be held via Zoom
May is Mining Month, as proclaimed by the Province of B.C.