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
A close-up picture of a person's hand carving a piece of jade
Mines, British Columbia Green Mountain Jade is shining the spotlight on Canadian-produced jade

Although relatively new to the game, Green Mountain Jade is not only producing large quantities of raw jade, but are also changing the way the world views jade

by Mason Buettner
UBC Associate Professor Lukas Bichler (second from left) discusses how to extract minerals from mining byproducts with his students.
Mining Insider, Education, Exploration, Mines, Sustainability & environment, British Columbia UBC and industry partnership spurs metallurgical sector development in BC Interior

The project challenges university researchers to find ways to sustainably extract and purify metals from lead-zinc smelting byproducts.

Picture of row of oil derricks.
Company Profiles, Global Husky Energy to sell midstream assets for $1.7 Billion

65% of ownership interest in select midstream assets will be sold to Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings and Power Assets Holdings Limited.

FORCE installs one of four subsea power cables in the Minas Passage.
Energy, Maritimes Nova Scotia facility could make Canada a global leader in tidal energy

FORCE is Canada’s leading research centre for in-stream tidal energy.

by Peter Caulfield
Mineral explorers require access to land throughout BC in their pursuit of a mineable deposit; typically the impact on land is minimal.
Exploration, British Columbia Report says shrinking land base jeopardizes B.C. mineral exploration

AME BC says land access for mineral exploration has decreased to the point where it threatens the survival of the industry

by Peter Caulfield
A photo of a mining camp with tents.
Products & equipment, Technology Worker fatigue a danger in mineral exploration

Fatigue Science has developed a technology platform that measures and records sleep data

by Peter Caulfield
MOU signing by six partners .
Education, British Columbia New agreement brings mine training to Interior students

The CMT will give students an opportunity to complete up to one year of their BCIT mining diplomas at one of five B.C. post-secondary institutions.

by Peter Caulfield
Lamarre stands beside a mucking machine, an underground mining vehicle for hauling ore, at the entrance to the Thompson Creek molybdenum mine near Challis, Idaho, in 1976.
Mines, Global Albert Lamarre—geologist, author and all-around adventurer

Albert Lamarre has been bombed and abandoned and has stared death in the face more than once—all in a day’s work.

by Jessica Kirby
David Stephen, managing director of acQuire Technology Solutions
Technology, Global Soft mining market hasn’t softened acQuire’s commitment to its customers

acQuire’s core product is its GIM Suite.

by Kevin Miller
Lucara Diamond's Karowe diamond mine
Mines, Global Lucara Diamond makes history with 1,100+ carat gem-quality diamond discovery in Botswana

Lucara Diamond Corp. recently made diamond history

by Jessica Kirby
CoalTech's binder and drum technology
Technology, Global CoalTech turns coal mine waste into savings with newly launched coal pellets

CoalTech’s new agglomeration technology is a clean tech solution to coal fines

by Jillian Clark
Lathem whirls the pan in water to remove the larger stones, leaving only a sandy sludge.
Minerals, Mines, British Columbia Gold panning is still alive and well on the Wild Horse River near Fort Steele, B.C.

Making a dream come true–being a gold miner on the Wild Horse River

by Nowell Berg
An outcropping skarn, running approximately 1.5 kilometres through the centre of the Duvay Project, near Amos, Quebec.
Exploration, Quebec Thinking differently sets Secova Metals apart

Brad Kitchen, CEO and Chairman of Secova Metals Corp. believes the best time to invest in Canadian gold mining companies is right now.

by Kevin Miller
Staff at Norcan Fluid Power's Langley location join representatives from Bosch Rexroth to celebrate sole distribution deal for Western Canada.
Products & equipment, Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan Hydraulic products distribution deal unites Bosch Rexroth and Norcan Fluid Power in Western Canada

Bosch Rexroth and Norcan Fluid Power Ltd. have announced a distribution partnership.

by Jessica Kirby
EATL line with a canola field under.
Energy, Alberta The Eastern Alberta Transmission Line (EATL) was energized in December 2015

The EATL was energized in December 2015 after an extensive landowner consultation process and three year’s construction using innovative helicopter techniques

by Jessica Kirby
Premier Christy Clark and BC Hydro announced the preferred proponent for Site C’s main civil works contract, which will see 1,500 jobs created during peak construction.
Energy, British Columbia Site C’s main civil works contract will create thousands of jobs

Site C’s main civil works contract will create thousands of jobs and business opportunities in B.C., especially in the Peace River region.

by Jessica Kirby
John McVey, CEO Procon.
Mines, Global, Saskatchewan New Procon CEO John McVey is ready to tackle Canada’s toughest mining challenges

John McVey has been recently-appointed CEO of Procon, a small, full-service provider of start-to-finish industrial solutions for the Canadian mining industry

by Kevin Miller