Carbon Engineering's air contactor, fully installed.
Sustainability & environment, British Columbia Squamish, B.C. is site of innovative carbon capture project

Carbon Engineering’s demonstration plant site, in Squamish, B.C., is capable of capturing 1 ton of CO2 from the atmosphere each day.

by Peter Caulfield
Anglo American Thermal Coal - Environmental - Kleinkopjie Colliery . Gustav Le Roux, rehab planner, and Dolly Mthethwa, environmental co-ordinator, inspect the results of the Fungcoal trials on the Klipan discard dump where a bacteria has been introduced to reduce the rough discard into viable organic material in which plants will grow.
Sustainability & environment, Global Looking at an environmentally stabilizing mine remediation technique

Anglo American has been working with EBRU to develop fungcoal, a cost-effective and environmentally stabilizing mine remediation technique

by Jessica Kirby
Liebherr mining truck.
Mining Insider, Mines, Products & equipment, Global Liebherr-Canada Ltd. unveils impressive new and improved facilities

Liebherr-Canada Ltd. has invested in a state-of-the art major component remanufacturing facility which will service all of North America.

Artist's rendition of the Site C project.
British Columbia Site C job fairs and business networking sessions coming to Northern communities

BC Hydro and its contractors are hosting job fairs and business networking sessions in northern communities for those interested in the Site C Project.

A photo of an unsmiling Rex Murphy.
Education, British Columbia Rex Murphy pontificates about Canada’s resource industry

Roundup’s keynote speech brings some much needed perspective about what mining means to Canada

by Peter Caulfield
A Godwin Electric pump—a Xylem product.
Products & equipment, Global Xylem has made water system improvements easy with a four-step process

Just four easy steps can optimize your mine’s water systems, leaving operators with unique and long-lasting products catering to specific needs.

by Jilian Clarke
Rod Thomas, president of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada.
New securities regulations will make it easier for mining juniors to raise money

The amendments were announced in September 2015 by the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA)

by Peter Caulfield
Mapping project in Mexico.
Exploration, British Columbia, Global David Rhys, structural geologist, makes his way in the mining industry on his own terms

Grateful for his specialized field and a vast network of clients, Rhys leverages his global experience and eye for science to achieve success

by Jessica Kirby
Craig Rowe, Director of Exploration, Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board
Exploration, Global Companies pledge to spend $1.2B on Newfoundland offshore oil exploration

11 parcels in a 2.5 million hectare horseshoe-shaped area around the Flemish Pass Basin were up for grabs.

by Peter Caulfield
An example of a metal steel buildings under construction
Products & equipment, Global Concrete, steel, or fabric mining facilities? A comparison

Take a look at the debate over which material is best suited for storage structures, labor housing, and logistics in the mining industry.

by Submitted by Rory Bagley
Resource Works Executive Director, Stewart Muir.
Education, British Columbia Report digs into economic impact of rural coal mines on B.C.‘s Lower Mainland

Resource industries are an integral part of the B.C. economy, says a recently published report by Resource Works.

by Peter Caulfield
Tony Beets, Yukon gold miner and one of the stars of Gold Rush. — Justin Kelly photo
Education, Energy, Sustainability & environment Our Top 10 mining and energy stories from 2015

Check out the most popular articles enjoyed by our readers last year.

Karen Chovan, founder, Enviro Integration Strategies.
Sustainability & environment, Saskatchewan A leaner mining life cycle: How integrating sustainability up front can lead to future savings

It’s about progressive reclamation and monitoring as you’re mining and then making adjustments as you go

by Kevin Miller
A photo of a hand held remote scanner and a tool connecting.
Software keeps tabs on expensive tools

Suncor's automated tool tracking system allows workers to find tools quickly and efficiently.

by Submitted
Tom Hoefer, executive director of the NWT and Nunavut Chamber of Mines standing with Elizabeth Kingston, general manager of the Nunavut office of the NWT and Nunavut Chamber of Mines.
Northwest Territories sees more diamonds in its future

The Northwest Territories (NWT) glitters with gold, lead, zinc, copper, iron ore – and diamonds.

by Peter Caulfield
A map of Canada showing the Geothermal Potential.
Sustainability & environment, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Northwest Territories, Ontario, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Geothermal—Canada on the brink of sustainable energy?

Adjusting to sustainable energies need not be tough for those who have spent their careers in oil and gas. Many of their skills are transferrable.

by Elizabeth James
Liam Fitzgerald, PwC's Toronto-based Canadian Mining Leader.
Bleak numbers put juniors on innovative paths to survive downturn

An unconventional strategy called market aggregation aims to build a "mineral bank."

by Peter Caulfield
Garth Kirkham created his own consulting business, Kirkham Geosystems.
British Columbia Garth Kirkham rides each wave of Canada’s mining industry

Kirkham’s credibility, work ethic and go-getter attitude led him to the biggest award of his life: The CJ Westerman Memorial Award

by Jillian Clark