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Mining Explorers 2012: Imperial Metals Corp.

III: TSX Chairman: Pierre Lebel (mug) President and COO: J. Brian Kynoch, P.Eng. Vice President, Exploration: Patrick M. McAndless, P.Geo. Imperial Metals Corp. focused in 2012 on expanding resources at its Mount Polley open-pit... — Updated 11/11/2012

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Roundup headliners tout exciting growth

British Columbia, Yukon Territory and Alaska - the headliners of the Association for Mining Exploration British Columbia's annual Mineral Exploration Roundup - tallied more than C$1... — Updated 2/26/2012

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2011: Teck looks North for new mines

From deploying its own geologists to make grassroots discoveries to partnering with junior explorers with strong geological know-how and enticing projects, Teck Resources Ltd. is seeking... — Updated 11/6/2011 Full story

 

Mining Explorers 2011: Imperial Metals Corp.

III: TSX Chairman: Pierre Lebel President and COO: J. Brian Kynoch, P.Eng. Vice President, Exploration: Patrick M. McAndless, P.Geo. Imperial Metals Corp., organized in 2001, is a Vancouver-based miner focused on discovering, developing... — Updated 11/6/2011 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Miners chase myriad BC mineral deposits

Mining exploration activity in northern British Columbia approached record levels in 2010 with explorers setting a new drilling record and spending about C$168 million in pursuit of a wide range of minerals, including gold, copper,... — Updated 1/23/2011 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

2010 Mining Explorers: Re-energized miners head north

Efforts to build an electricity transmission line critical to economic development of northwestern British Columbia moved closer to reality in 2010. Cheered by the prospect of access to cheap power, scores of miners flocked to the... — Updated 10/31/2010 Full story

 

2010 Mining Explorers: Imperial Metals Corp.

III: TSX Chairman: Pierre Lebel (mug) President and COO: J. Brian Kynoch Vice President, Exploration: Patrick M. McAndless Imperial Metals Corp., organized in 2001, is a Vancouver-based miner focused on discovering, developing and... — Updated 10/31/2010

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

High court backs regulators on Red Chris

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Jan. 21 that federal regulators must confine their mine project review scoping decisions to alternatives allowed under provisions of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act. But in a unanimous... — Updated 2/28/2010 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Red Chris Project still faces a big challenge

Though federal and provincial regulators prevailed in a legal challenge to the green light they gave Imperial Metals Corp. for the Red Chris copper-gold porphyry project in northwestern British Columbia, the proposed mine has another maj... — Updated 2/28/2010 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Romios finds deposit near Galore Creek

Romios Gold Resources Inc. Nov. 11 reported the discovery of significant copper, gold and silver mineralization on its Dirk Property located about 37 kilometers, or 24 miles, southeast of NovaGold Resources Inc.-Teck Resources Ltd.'s... — Updated 11/22/2009

 

Mining Explorers 2009: Imperial Metals Corporation

III: TSX Chairman: Pierre Lebel President and COO: J. Brian Kynoch Vice President, Exploration: Patrick M. McAndless Imperial Metals Corp., organized in 2001, is a Vancouver-based miner focused on discovering, developing and operating ba... — Updated 11/1/2009

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Canada chips in for northwest power line

The Canadian government has approved C$130 million in funding for construction of the Northwest Transmission Line in northern British Columbia, a power conduit that could eventually connect with Alaska. The 335-kilometer transmission lin... — Updated 9/27/2009

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Recession drives miners into mergers

The recession is taking its toll among mining companies with properties in Alaska and northwestern Canada as mergers and acquisitions surged in this sector during the second quarter, in step with a global industry trend. Companies... — Updated 8/30/2009 Full story

 

Mineral Roundup in northern B.C.

Producing mines Thompson Creek Metals Co. operates the Endako Mine, a molybdenum producer for more than 40 years. Located near Fraser Lake in northern British Columbia, Endako includes three open pits, a mill and a roasting facility,... — Updated 2/22/2009 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

New power line may carry Alaska power

The Northwest Transmission Line along Highway 37 is once again on the front burner in British Columbia, and development of the 517-kilometer-long, or 321-mile-long, power line could provide easier access to Lower 48 markets for power... — Updated 10/26/2008 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Red Chris gets green light from court

Canada's Federal Court of Appeal has set aside a lower court ruling and confirmed a federal environmental assessment of the Red Chris copper-gold project 18 kilometers, or about 11 miles, southeast of the village of Iskut, east of the... — Updated 6/29/2008

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Study endorses power line proposal

Building a power line into northern British Columbia could attract C$3.5 billion in mining investment to the area, according to preliminary findings of an independent study. The Northwest Power Line Coalition, an industry group that... — Updated 5/25/2008 Full story

 
 By Mining News    News

Agencies challenge ruling on Red Chris

Canada's ministries of Fisheries and Oceans and Natural Resources have joined the attorney general of Canada and Imperial Metals Corp. subsidiary bcMetals Corp. in appealing a Sept. 25 ruling of the Federal Court of Canada, which set... — Updated 11/25/2007

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

B.C., Yukon power lines win key approvals

Two of Canada's westernmost governments are moving forward with power transmission projects aimed at bringing lower cost energy and jobs to rural residents while spurring mine development in remote areas. British Columbia and Yukon... — Updated 10/28/2007 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Reg setback slaps Imperial at Red Chris

A Canadian federal court slapped Imperial Metals Corp. in September with a significant regulatory setback in its bid to develop the copper-and gold-rich Red Chris project in northwest British Columbia. But the results of its 2007... — Updated 10/28/2007 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

B.C. to extend power to Red Chris vicinity

BcMetals Corp.'s plans to develop its potentially lucrative Red Chris copper-gold project in northern British Columbia may be moot now that Imperials Metals Corp. is the apparent winner of a recent bidding war for the Vancouver,... — Updated 2/25/2007

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Imperial prevails in bid for BcMetals

From the opening volley last fall in what became a heated bidding war between two Canadian junior mining companies seeking to acquire BcMetals Corp. of Vancouver, B.C., observers couldn't predict what would happen next. But Imperial... — Updated 2/25/2007

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Taseko rethinks offer for fellow junior

Taseko Mines Ltd. said Nov. 10 it will reconsider plans to offer C$35.7 million ($31.6 million) to acquire bcMetals Corp. in the wake of that junior's maneuvers to avoid a hostile takeover. Taseko, a subsidiary of Hunter Dickinson Ltd.,... — Updated 11/26/2006 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

BcMetals hits more Red Chris snags

No sooner than clearing an infrastructure hurdle to development of its Red Chris copper-gold project in northern British Columbia this year, bcMetals Corp. encountered another obstacle in the form of a blockade against road access to... — Updated 9/24/2006

 
 By Gary Park    News

B.C. government takes heat from industry

Simmering frustration among British Columbia's miners over the government's failure to settle aboriginal land claims and reduce red tap boiled over March 3 as the industry unloaded on British Columbia Minister of State for Mining Pat Bel... — Updated 3/14/2004 Full story

 

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