3 women sitting on a bench, all wearing different coloured Tiga Workwear's boots.
Outfitting Women in Mining

Two women living and working in Vancouver, British Columbia, have made it their mission to provide appropriate clothing to women in the industry.

by jillian Clark
Gavin Dirom, AME BC president.
Mines, British Columbia Despite challenging market conditions, some B.C. mining projects going ahead

Although 2015 was another challenging year for the BC mining sector, some industry watchers think the worst might be over.

by Peter Caulfield
Picture of Max Mine and Mill in the B.C. Kootenays.
Mining Insider, Mines, British Columbia Goldcorp’s McPherson joins MX Gold as President and COO

McPherson will be the President and Chief Operating Officer in charge of all operations at the Company's Max and Willa mining and milling operation.

Map of geothermal energy resources in B.C.
Energy, Exploration Geoscience BC releases guide for BC communities on development of direct-use geothermal

Geoscience BC released its Direct-Use Geothermal Roadmap, a guide for communities and businesses to help them evaluate and develop local geothermal projects.

Duane Gingrich Headshot
Mines, Global Resilience is the key to surviving downturns

Strong foundations and new technology are driving progress and even growth during a downturn for companies who are not afraid to innovate

by Jessica Kirby
Pictured left to right: Joe Bacsu, Lliam Hildebrand, Adam Cormier.
Energy, Sustainability & environment, Alberta Iron & Earth Promotes the Unification of Oil and Gas with Renewable Energies

A focus on retraining and outreach drives this non-profit organization to diversify Canada’s tradespeople to match Canada’s changing economy.

by jillian Clark
Solar panels and wind turbine against blue sky.
Energy, Global THEnergy supports off-grid renewable energy projects

THEnergy signed a contract with an international renewable energy finance company to support off-grid renewable energy projects

by Submitted by THEnergy
A male delegate of the CIM convention sitting at a console with joysticks.
Education, British Columbia A prime networking opportunity

The CIM Convention 2016 resulted in new information sharing and business connections.

by Danielle Cameron
A silhouette of a firefighter in front of a blaze.
Alberta Alberta stays strong

The wildfire devastating Fort McMurray has led to unprecedented support and generosity.

by Danielle Cameron
Rendering of new SBI BioEnergy Inc. new biorefinery.
Sustainability & environment, Technology, Alberta New Edmonton biorefinery turns vegetable oils into renewable fuels

Edmonton-based SBI BioEnergy Inc. will convert canola oil and animal fats into renewable diesel

by Peter Caulfield
The Bunce family: Justin, Robin, Shaun, Claudia and Josh
Minerals, British Columbia The Bunce family is giving the world Jade Fever

Most people don’t know Canada is one of the world’s largest suppliers of jade, but Jade Fever is helping put Canada on the map.

by Mason Buettner
An aerial view of the Nanticoke Generating Station in 2007, when it was still operating. The plant will be converted to a 44-megawatt solar panel farm.
Energy, Sustainability & environment, Ontario Ontario to convert largest coal plant in North America to solar farm

Nanticoke Generating Station—former serial emitter of greenhouse gasses will be converted to a 44-megawatt solar panel farm.

by Peter Caulfield
An open pit mine on the side of a mountain
Education, Mines, Technology, Global Emerging trends in the mining industry

Emerging trends in the mining industry may offer solutions—or at least opportunities for improvement industry-wide.

by submitted by Rory Bagley
An airfield that was reclaimed.
First Nations, Sustainability & environment, British Columbia Huckleberry Mines wins award for mine reclamation

TRCR awarded Huckleberry Mines an award for its habitat compensation works

by Peter Caulfield
Aerial view of Gahcho Kué mine site in the snow.
Mines, Northwest Territories Gahcho Kué—The land of diamonds

After 20 years of determination and work, the Gahcho Kué diamond mine is set to begin production this fall and could become the world’s richest.

by Louis Bockner
A head shot of Bob Joseph
Education, First Nations, Global Bob Joseph on resources, respect and relationships with Aboriginal Peoples

Bob Joseph founded Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. to help indigenous and non-indigenous people develop effective working relationships

by Kylie Williams
The members of the SGS Geostat award-winning team were (L to R): Marcel Costa, Dave Smercina, Amanda Landriault, Doug Hatfield, Guy Desharnais, Jean-Philippe Paiement and Lawrence Ng.
Exploration, Minerals, Technology, Quebec SGS Geostat wins Integra Gold Corp’s Gold Rush Challenge

SGS Geostat combined traditional geological methods with machine-learning virtual reality technology to impress the industry titans and take home first place

by Mason Buettner