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Kutcho, First Nations cooperate on permits

Kutcho Copper Corp. Sept. 17 announced the start of permitting for its Kutcho copper-zinc project in northern British Columbia. The three deposits that make up the Kutcho project ... — Updated 9/27/2019

 
Tahltan Central Government President Northern BC First Nation

Tahltan: no more jade, placer gold mining

The Tahltan Central Government June 24 said it is demanding the shutdown of jade and placer gold mining in the Tahltan Territory of northern British Columbia. The Tahltan Nation's... — Updated 9/26/2019

 

Tahltan, Seabridge reach milestone pact

The Tahltan Nation and Seabridge Gold Inc. June 10 announced they have negotiated the terms of a co-operation and benefits agreement in connection with the development of a mine at... — Updated 6/21/2019

 
Kutcho Copper vice president of community and environment

Women in Mining Trailblazer joins Kutcho

Kutcho Copper Corp. July 4 named Sue Craig as vice president of community and environment, replacing Allison Armstrong who will be moving into an advisory role for the company. As a... — Updated 7/13/2018

 
First Nations mineral exploration Golden Triangle BC

Kutcho, Tahltan build working relationship

Kutcho Copper Corp. and Tahltan Central Government April 17 said they have entered into exploration and communication agreements aimed at building a positive and mutually beneficial... — Updated 4/27/2018

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2016: The alchemy of turning paper to gold

Seabridge Gold Inc. has a straightforward strategy for exploring its projects in British Columbia and Northwest Territories – transform paper currency into gold. "At Seabridge, we like... — Updated 2/3/2018

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

BC mines raise ire of environmentalists

The Red Chris copper-gold mine in northwestern British Columbia has received final approvals necessary for commercial operation, marking the sixth new mine to open in the western... — Updated 1/26/2018

 

BC issues permits to go underground at KSM

Seabridge Gold Inc. Oct. 11 reported the receipt of permits necessary to develop an exploration adit into the Deep Kerr Deposit at its KSM Project in northwestern British Columbia. The... — Updated 10/16/2016

 

Seabridge to remediate old workings at Iskut while seeking new finds

Seabridge Gold Inc. June 28 reported that it has begun robust environment remediation of historical mining activity at its newly acquired Iskut property in northwestern British Columbia,... — Updated 7/3/2016

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Verdict is in on Mt. Polley dam

A design flaw resulting from an inadequate understanding of the glacial lake sediments that formed a portion of the foundation on which the tailings dam at the Mount Polley mine located... — Updated 2/8/2015

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Miner eyes year-end startup at Red Chris

The nearly operational Red Chris Mine is plugged into the electrical grid, and Imperial Metals Corp. is readying all the components for operations in anticipation of final approvals from... — Updated 12/21/2014

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Dam breach tarnishes miners' reputation

Results from water sampling show that the immediate environmental impacts of an estimated 14.5 million cubic meters of tailings and water released from a facility at Imperial Metals... — Updated 8/31/2014

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

First Nations, mines find common ground

Though still a ways from completely sorting it out, the Government of British Columbia and the province's mining industry have taken long strides recently toward mastering the intricacies of social responsibility, especially in meeting... — Updated 8/28/2011

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

First Nations: Respect before prosperity

Ottawa's rejection of Taseko Mines Ltd.'s C$1-billion proposal to build a mine at the Prosperity copper-gold project has highlighted the importance of having the support of the local... — Updated 1/23/2011

 
 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

 
 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

 
 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

 

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