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MINING INDABA REVIEW

Planning for 2015 Mining Indaba already under way Restricted

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LARGE TURNOUT This years’ Mining Indaba attracted more than 7 000 delegates from 110 countries across six continents Planning for next year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba, which will again take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from February 9 to 12, is already under way, following the successful completion of the twentieth...
7th March 2014
 
 
PDAC 2014

Canada, the global ‘mining capital’, reaffirms support for industry Restricted

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The Canadian Ministry of Natural Resources this week used the world’s largest gathering of miners, the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC’s) International Convention, Trade Show and Investors Exchange to once more throw...
5th March 2014
 
 
AFRICAN MINING

Shabangu talks up a cohesive approach to African mining Restricted

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Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu South Africa is the richest country in the world when it comes to its minerals endowment. However, much of the continent had historically been – and is still being – exploited for overseas gain, with little value trickling down to local...
5th March 2014
 
 
MINING OPTIMISM

New report points to encouraging signs for Quebec and Canadian miners Restricted

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Despite the current challenges the mining industry faces, Canadian junior mining executives appear to have a renewed sense of optimism, particularly those in Quebec, where Bill 70 – adopted last December to reform the Mining Act – had provided...
5th March 2014
 
 
FIRST NATIONS

More First Nations consultation and accommodation required – Rae Restricted

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Bob Rae Former Premier of Ontario and chief negotiator for the Matawa First Nations Bob Rae told delegates at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference that greater efforts are needed to embed the practice of consultation and...
5th March 2014
 
 
PDAC

PDAC welcomes Prime Minister Harper to talk mining Restricted

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Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper on Monday became the first-ever Prime Minister to attend the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's (PDAC's) International Convention, Trade Show and Investors Exchange - a testament to the...
4th March 2014
 
 
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

New Quebec mining-industry driven website launched to engage residents Restricted

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The communications fund of the Quebec mining industry, Minalliance, on Tuesday launched MinesQC.com, an online dialogue and informational platform aimed at the general public to bring together the players and stakeholders of Quebec's mining...
25th February 2014
 
 
LOCAL PROCUREMENT

New report on local procurement seeks to encourage rising trend Restricted

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A new report, and the first of its kind in Canada, ‘Local Procurement by the Canadian Mining Industry: A Study of Public Reporting Trends’, released this week by Engineers Without Borders Canada (EWB), had found Canadian mining companies were...
21st February 2014
 
 
 
 
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