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
An aerial photo of the fully permitted Sigma Milling Facility and Tailings (looking North).
Exploration, Quebec Integra Gold launches a gold rush challenge

Integra Gold is challenging contestants from around the world to find the next big gold discovery in Val-d’Or, Quebec.

by Jessica Kirby
A close-up picture of a diamond held in a woman's hand.
Mining Insider, Exploration, Minerals, Mines, Global Vancouver-based Lucara makes diamond history; recovers 1,111 carat diamond

The stone is the largest ever to be recovered through a modern processing facility.

Economics Professors Dr. Fiona MacPhail and Dr. Paul Bowles.
Education, Energy, Safety, Sustainability & environment, Technology, Global New research project examines the power of fossil fuel networks

Two University of Northern British Columbia economists are part of a team examining the dimensions of fossil fuel extraction in Western Canada.

Alicia Woods, General manager of Marcotte Mining standing holding a sign that says
Mines, Products & equipment, Ontario Alicia Woods appointed general manager at Marcotte Mining

Alicia Woods is an entrepreneur and the general manager of the Sudbury company her father and uncles founded.

by Kevin Miller
An overview of the exhibits
2015 Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference photo essay

A photographic overview of the 2015 Oil Sands Trade Show & Conference in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

by Kirsten Armleder
Aerial view of the Rook 1 camp with a sea plane at the doc on Patterson Lake.
Mines, Saskatchewan NexGen Energy reports positive uranium results in northern Saskatchewan

According to a NexGen announcement, multiple drill holes have intersected substantial off-scale radioactivity at its Arrow Zone

by Peter Caulfield
Biologist Elizabeth Vincer on the left with environmental specialist Lori Leach on the right working together in the field.
Sustainability & environment, British Columbia New mine reclamation technique uses eDNA to detect elusive animals

A new technique is being pioneered for mine reclamation and other environmental cleanups.

by Peter Caulfield
A close-up of the Cleanfix fan
Products & equipment, Global Cleanfix newly launched hydraulic fans are cooler than ever

Cleanfix hydraulic cooling fans clock in with maximum savings, increased efficiency, safety and longevity, all with noticeable noise reduction.

by Jillian Clark
Rod Thomas, president of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC)
Minerals, Mines, Global Canada’s role in the Trans Pacific Partnership points to a flourishing metals and minerals industry

For Canada to maintain its global leadership in mining, accessing new markets is imperative.

by Jessica Kirby
La Grande dam in Quebec shown with a skiff of snow on the ground
Energy, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec Top 10 hydroelectric dams in Canada

Hydroelectricity dam construction has led to Canada producing 60 per cent of its power from its waterways.

by Jessica Kirby
The Marmot electric vehicle, designed for underground hardrock mining
Products & equipment, Ontario Electricity-powered vehicles go underground in Ontario

Goldcorp Inc. is testing two electric underground mining vehicles at its Musselwhite Mine in northwestern Ontario.

by Peter Caulfield
Prospecting in Newfoundland.
Exploration, Minerals, Mines Benton Resources receives Newfoundland drill permit

Diamond drilling is planned for the Staghorn property, the latest in a string of recent gold discoveries on the island.

by Peter Caulfield
A photo of some of the 1400 exhibitor booths at the PDAC 2105 conference.
Education, Minerals, Ontario PDAC 2016 convention brings 24,000 to Toronto

The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada promises world-class education and networking at its annual convention March 6 to 9 in Toronto.

by Jessica Kirby
Nemaska Technical Director Jean-Franc?ois Magnan.
Minerals, Technology, Quebec Nemaska Lithium poised to become major player in global market

Quebec-based Nemaska Lithium wants to be the first lithium producer in Canada.

by Kevin Miller
Jim Bamburak in the field.
Minerals, Manitoba For geologist Jim Bamburak, the prairies rock

Bamburak and his colleague Mark Pacey have shot a series of videos to help people to learn about the geology of Manitoba.

by Kevin Miller
Member of the Fort William First Nation housing project breaking ground.
First Nations, Ontario Thunder Bay joint venture with First Nation builds housing subdivision

A joint venture with True Grit Consulting and Fort William First Nation is close to completing the first part of a residential project.

by Peter Caulfield
The fabric warehouse and maintenance buildings at Keeyask Generating Station.
Products & equipment, Manitoba Fabric structures used on massive hydroelectric project

BBE Hydro Constructors is using two Legacy fabric structures on the remote Keeyask Generating Station project in Manitoba.

by submitted by Jim Kumpula