SaskPower Boundary Dam Power Station.

SaskPower puts carbon capture technology to the test

SaskPower will transform Boundary Dam Power Station into a reliable, long- term producer of clean baseload electricity.

Laying the line Merrick Mainline project a key link in proposed natural gas export

NOVA Gas Transmission Ltd. to move ahead on the Merrick Mainline Pipeline project.

by Jessica Kirby
Two work crew members engage in basal till sampling for Geoscience BC's TREK (Targeting Resources through Exploration and Knowledge) Project last summer. Geoscience BC hopes to stimulate exploration

Geoscience BC’s TREK Project in the northern Interior Plateau aims to promote activity in an underexplored but potentially mineral-rich region.

by Tim Gardner
Michael Urbani, lawyer of Stikeman Elliott's Vancouver branch Time to be proactive

Two legal experts say Canadian mining companies should seek more women for their boards before being required to do so.

by Tim Gardner
Danae with aboriginal women in Meto village in New Britain Papua, New Guinea. Danae Voormeij: Going for gold in the tropics

This Vancouver-based mineral explorer and educator is a champion of the new frontier in gold exploration.

by Peter Caulfield
This photo shows Canadian Zinc's Prairie Creek Mine site in the Northwest Territories. Good timing for zinc

With the completion of the EA process in November 2013, Canadian Zinc is moving forward with its Prairie Creek Mine in the N.W.T., said COO Alan Taylor.

by Jessica Kirby

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