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 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 Full story

 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

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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