Canada Mining News

Kutcho Copper raises C$2m for BC project

The Vancouver-based miner intends to use the proceeds for its Kutcho copper-zinc project in northern BC.

Nicola Mining takes another look at New Craigmont's potential

The company plans to advance its New Craigmont copper property with a diamond drilling program this year.

EV to make up 10-20% of world's vehicles by 2030 — IEA

A recent spike in electric vehicle sales in B.C. is part of a global trend that saw 5.1 million EVs sold last year.

Barrick’s bid for Acacia an “appropriate” and “elegant” solution to Tanzania woes — CEO

The $285-million takeover bid, considered by some analysts and Acacia’s minority shareholders as a low, would see the world's second largest gold miner buying the remaining 35% of the African miner it does not already own, at a discount.

B2Gold not buying Zimbabwe project, not interested in M&A

The Canadian miner said its long-term growth strategy focus on developing its existing pipeline of?projects, while seeking global exploration?opportunities.

Appointment notices: Barkerville Gold, Blackrock Gold, QMX Gold, and Sixty North Gold

QMX Gold Corp. of Toronto has asked Hon. Sergio Marchi to join its board of directors.

Iamgold cuts good grades at Lac Gamble zone of Rouyn project

Iamgold has released the latest results from the winter drill program at its Rouyn gold project.

McEwen kicks off commercial production at Gold Bar in Nevada

Once at full-tilt, the open-pit operation is expected to generate 65,000 ounces of gold annually over an 8-year mine life.

Transition Metals expanding in Saskatchewan

Two new claims were staked to cover known copper showings that are interpreted to have potential to host sedimentary-hosted copper mineralization similar to that at Transition's Janice Lake.

Québec government invests $1.2 million to advance Newmont Goldcorp's 'mine of the future'

The project will enable Newmont Goldcorp to continue advancing its vision to create mine 4.0—?an interconnected mine of the future.??

UEX cuts 0.55% cobalt, 1.39% nickel at West Bear

The company has received assay results for the final 24 holes of the winter drill program at its West Bear cobalt-nickel property.

Osisko Metals drills 13 metres of 19% zinc+lead at Pine Point

The company has released additional assay results from 145 drill holes completed at the Pine Point zinc-lead camp.

Canada's energy future to be propelled by technological innovation

According to PwC Canada, there are two main factors that could catalyze change for the oil and gas industry: a national energy strategy as well as further technological innovation.

Delrey moves ahead with acquisition of vanadium property in Newfoundland

According to the Vancouver-based miner, there are low exploration and development costs associated with the project.

Acacia blames Barrick for barring it from Tanzania talks, mulls takeover bid

Comments come after parent company Barrick Gold proposed to acquire all of the shares it does not already own in the Tanzanian miner.

Wallbridge extends Area 51 zone at Fenelon project

Several new holes have cut wide zones of mineralization with intervals of visible gold extending Area 51 by 250 metres to the northwest.

ATAC Resources to begin phase one exploration at Rau

The current program will follow up on high grade gold-copper-silver results from last year.

Osprey to drill 3 properties in Nova Scotia, including Goldenville

The Goldenville project in Guysborough County is Osprey’s most advanced project and the province’s largest historic gold producer.

Glencore to supply cobalt feedstock to restart First Cobalt refinery in Canada

Glencore said it will also evaluate providing a loan to fund the capital needs to restart the refinery, as the two companies look to speed up the restart.

Canada’s Pure Gold starts trading in London

The decision to take a dual listing comes as Canadian investors shun junior miners, preferring the buzz and growth potential of cannabis producers.

Canada vows 'full steam ahead' on ratifying trade pact after US lifts metals tariffs

"We were very clear that as long as the 232 tariffs were there it would be very, very hard for us to ratify the new NAFTA," Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Saturday.

GALLERY: Art of Mining global photography submissions

PWC's 2019 Art of mining participants demonstrated what transformation looks like to them through iconic photography.

Canada injects $325K into ‘climate change adaptation’ for mining sector

Mining Association of Canada (MAC) will be in charge of developing program to?give miners tools and knowledge needed to better plan for climate change.

Gold Miners’ Q1’19 Fundamentals

The major gold miners’ stocks are drifting sideways with gold, their early-year momentum sapped by the recent stock-market euphoria.

US agrees to lift steel, aluminum tariffs for Canada, Mexico

The reports come after U.S. President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discussed the tariffs earlier on Friday.