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MINING BENEFITS

Mining payments to Canadian governments total $71bn over decade Restricted

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From 2003 to 2012, the total payments originating from mining activities made to federal and provincial government coffers totalled about $71-billion, a report published by the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has found. Released on Tuesday,...
3rd December 2013
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Taseko starts judicial review application Restricted

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Midtier copper miner Taseko Mines has started a federal judicial review that would seek to set aside certain findings of a federal review panel report on the environmental assessment for the proposed New Prosperity gold/copper project, in British...
3rd December 2013
 
 
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Kinross calls for industry to trumpet benefits footprint Restricted

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The mining sector should do more to broadcast its full benefit footprint on local and national economies, Kinross Gold VP corporate responsibility Ed Opitz told delegates at a recent conference in Toronto. By doing so, the industry will also help...
2nd December 2013
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Colombia to hold workshops before declaring Páramo boundaries Restricted

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The Colombian government over the weekend announced that it planned to hold workshops with those who may be affected by the boundaries and those who would be involved in the sustainability of the Páramo of Santurbán, before it would declare the...
2nd December 2013
 
 
MINING & THE ENVIRONMENT

De Beers initiative ensuring impact of mining is monitored, evaluated and assessed Restricted

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While a consequence of diamond mining is the effect it has on the environment, diamond miner De Beers Diamond Route chairperson Rob Smart tells Mining Weekly that the overall impact of mining can be mitigated using energy and water wisely, as well...
29th November 2013
 
 
TRADE STRATEGY

Canadian mining industry supports new federal trade strategy Restricted

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The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) lauded the Canadian government on its new trade strategy, the Global Markets Action Plan, announced by International Trade Minister Ed Fast on Wednesday morning. "The Canadian mining industry welcomes the new...
28th November 2013
 
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

SA seeks closer Canadian ties as overhaul of mining sector continues Restricted

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The South African government is keen to foster closer ties with Canada’s mining industry and to attract Canadian expertise, two top government officials told audience members at the Canada-Southern Africa Chamber of Business on November 26. The...
27th November 2013
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Augusta’s stocks recover some value after scare selloff Restricted

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The TSX-listed stock of Augusta Resources on Thursday regained 92.06% in value after the stock on Wednesday collapsed, dropping from C$1.69 to C$0.63 in half an hour after a leaked letter from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) surfaced. A...
22nd November 2013
 
 
 
 
 
 
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