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Snow Lake boost for Alexis

Following a 20-hole programme of infill drilling at its Snow Lake property in Manitoba, Toronto-based Alexis Minerals Corp reports a “substantial” increase in gold resources.
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 29 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Canada's Bill C-300 defeated

The Canadian House of Commons has narrowly rejected (by a vote of 140 to 134) a controversial Bill (C-300) which would have given the government authority to investigate complaints of human rights and environmental abuses against resources companies operating abroad.
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 29 Oct 2010 0 Stars

PGM secured funding for Wesizwe

Vancouver-based Platinum Group Metals Ltd (PGM) has closed a C$125 million (US$124.5 million) bought deal financing of 61 million shares
Magazine Article Finance 29 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Silver lawsuits

Two separate lawsuits have been filed in New York, against JP Morgan and HSBC, alleging manipulation of the price of silver futures. The lawsuits claim that the banks have unfairly influenced the price of silver on COMEX since early 2008.
Magazine Article Production and Markets 29 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Resource upgrade at Creston

Creston Moly Corp this week announced a resource upgrade at its eponymous molybdenum deposit in Sonora State, Mexico.
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 29 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Silver lawsuits

Two separate lawsuits have been filed in New York, against JP Morgan and HSBC, alleging manipulation of the price of silver futures. The lawsuits claim that the banks have unfairly influenced the price of silver on COMEX since early 2008.
Breaking News Article Production and Markets 28 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Canadian MPs reject social responsibility bill

The Canadian House of Commons has rejected a controverisal Bill which proposed giving the government authority to investigate complaints of human rights and environmental abuses against resources companies operating abroad
Breaking News Article Exploration & Development 28 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Black Art or Scientific Discipline?

Quentin Hamilton gives some thoughts on avoiding potential mishaps in using acid base accounting to predict the risk of acid rock drainage from mine wastes
Reports Article Americas 26 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Waste not, want not

In today's world of water scarcity, successful waste water management is critical
Reports Article EMEA 26 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Supporting economic development

New research shows that under the sustainable development model mining companies can underpin economic development in affected areas, although not without its caveats
Reports Article EMEA 26 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Zero tolerance

When does a perk (say an informal lunch or expenses paid business trip) become a bribe?
Comment Article Opinion 26 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Clean coal technology: a holistic approach

Phil Shelton, international mining specialist and Technical Director of Wardell Armstrong, argues for a more holistic approach to the future of coal power
Reports Article Technology 26 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Greenland changes uranium law

The government of Greenland has amended a decades-old ban on uranium mining that could open the country to exploration for uranium and rare earth minerals
Magazine Article EMEA 26 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Darcy zinc results

Overland Resources Ltd’s continued drilling programme at the Darcy zinc deposit, part of its Yukon Base Metal project, has confirmed a strike length of 350m, which the company said was almost double the previous total
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 22 Oct 2010 0 Stars

BHPB looks to Canada

BHP Billiton was turning its attention to seeking Canadian approval for its hostile takeover of Potash Corp of Saskatchewan Inc after the province looked increasing likely not to recommend the offer
Headline Article Finance 22 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Sabina private placement

Sabina Gold & Silver Corp said it has raised C$15 million (US$14.7 million) after arranging a private placement with Dundee Securities Corp
Magazine Article Finance 22 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Argonaut expands with Pediment buy

A friendly takeover by Argonaut Gold Inc of Pediment Gold Corp has added to the growing list of tie-ups between miners of the precious metal
Magazine Article Finance 22 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Saskatchewan premier says PotashCorp takeover fails 'net benefit' test

Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall is still not convinced BHP Billiton’s US$40 billion takeover of Potash Corp of Saskatchewan will provide “net benefit” to the province, and has recommended to the Canadian government that it reject the deal.
Breaking News Article Finance 22 Oct 2010 0 Stars

More from Coffee

Kaminak Gold Corp has discovered a fourth gold-mineralised zone at its Coffee property in Canada’s Yukon Territory
Magazine Article Exploration & Development 15 Oct 2010 0 Stars

Letter: Dodd-Frank Act

In a letter to the editor, Flip Stander and Debbie Thomas of Deloitte write about the Dodd-Frnak Act
Letter To The Editor Article Production and Markets 15 Oct 2010 0 Stars
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Russian precious-metals company Polymetal International plc has made significant progress at the Semcha platinum-group metals (PGM) property in the past year as it moves the project towards a preliminary economic assessment
The Republic of Guinea intends to launch, pursuant to the mining Code, a competitive and transparent invitation to tender for three bauxite mining blocks located in the prefectures of Boffa, Boké and Télimélé.
Indochine Mining Limited is developing a high-grade gold project at Mt Kare in PNG by rapidly developing wide, high-grade gold zones
Sarama Resources is a West Africa-focused gold explorer with substantial landholdings in Burkina Faso, Liberia and Mali.
Midway Gold is an emerging, near-term gold producer on track to bring its first million-ounce project, the Pan mine, to production in 2014
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