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 By Shane Lasley    News
Northern Abandoned Mine Reclamation Program Crown Indigenous Relations

Ottawa to clean-up old mines across North

The Canadian government has dedicated C$2.2 billion to clean up contaminated mine sites in the Yukon and Northwest Territories. The eight projects to be addressed with this investment are the... — Updated 9/26/2020

Alaska Canada mining history Nome Gold Rush

Dust on the beach at Nome creates Rush

Alaska, the Last Frontier, it is home to some of the most influential pioneering and mining discoveries in history. A rich wilderness still rife with unexplored and untapped potential. It is here... — Updated 9/25/2020 Full story

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Explorers scratch surface in south-east

FARO - Legendary mineral explorer W. Douglas "Doug" Eaton hurried forward to greet the group of visitors clambering out of the MD900 helicopter as its whirring blades whipped miniature cyclones of dust in the air. Eaton - unlike many of the... — Updated 8/26/2012

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Junior hunts for White Gold lookalike

Nearly a half century ago, John S. Brock ventured into Yukon Territory to explore for hardrock minerals. The young geologist soon found himself involved in Anvil Mining and Dynasty Exploration's discoveries that led to the development of Faro, whic... — Updated 4/24/2011

 By Sarah Hurst    News

Staff get concrete about geotechnical engineering

Reclaiming a mine site is very different from operating a mine, and the staff involved in the reclamation may have limited experience in this kind of work. At the former Faro lead-zinc mine in Canada's Yukon, geotechnical training has been... — Updated 6/19/2005

 By Sarah Hurst    News

Gold rush judge's diaries go digital

The adventures of an intrepid judge at the height of Alaska's gold rush have been published online, thanks to the Alaska State Library. Judge James Wickersham was appointed district judge in 1900, and came up from Washington, initially to Eagle... — Updated 3/27/2005 Full story


Alaska mining news and trends from geologist Curt Freeman

While the noisy debate continues over ANWR, the gas pipeline possibilities and the ever-increasing cost of gasoline, the Alaska mining industry has quietly made the seasonal transition from winter to summer. The sound of drills and rock picks on ou... — Updated 5/28/2001


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