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CANADIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH

Western Canada expected to lead economic growth in 2014 Restricted

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Western Canada can expect the fastest growing provincial economies in the country this year and again in 2015, with Alberta resuming its customary place at the top of the list. The near-term outlook is looking increasingly positive for Manitoba...
18th June 2014
 
 
OIL PIPELINE

Fed govt accepts independent review of Northern Gateway pipelines Restricted

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The Canadian federal government on Tuesday accepted an independent panel’s recommendation to approve the Enbridge Northern Gateway project, subject to 209 conditions. In outlining the federal government’s decision for the C$6.5-billion...
18th June 2014
 
 
MOLYBDENUM

Avanti Mining’s Kitsault mine gets BC nod to start construction Restricted

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Kitsault mine, BC. British Columbia on Monday announced that it had given TSX-V-listed Avanti Mining its Mines Act permit, allowing construction of the C$812-million Kitsault molybdenum mine, located 140 km north of Prince Rupert, to start. Targeting first...
16th June 2014
 
 
WATER DISCHARGE

Atlanta Gold reports water discharge setback at Idaho project Restricted

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TSX-V-listed Atlanta Gold on Monday reported that two events last month caused arsenic and iron discharge from the water treatment facility at the Atlanta gold project, in Elmore County, Idaho, to exceed US Environmental Protection Agency...
16th June 2014
 
 
PGM RECYCLING

Quebec firm plans to fill PGM supply gap by recycling catalytic converters Restricted

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A Quebec-based green technology firm is hoping to build its first full-scale plant that would extract platinum-group metals (PGMs) from used catalytic converters. Platinum and palladium prices were on Friday trending lower as a result of reports...
13th June 2014
 
 
ONTARIO ELECTIONS

RoF development likely to get C$1bn boost as Wynne takes majority Restricted

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Ontario Liberal leader Kathleen Wynne. Infrastructure development in the prospective Ring of Fire (RoF) mining camp in Ontario’s far north is likely to get a C$1-billion boost after the Ontario Liberal Party took a majority win in provincial polls on Thursday. At the end of April,...
13th June 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Nunavut exploration firms enter diversion agreement with public prosecutor Restricted

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Two companies involved with exploration in Nunavut on Wednesday entered into a diversion agreement with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada following an Environment Canada investigation into alleged violations under the Fisheries Act. Newmont...
11th June 2014
 
 
MINE PLAN APPROVAL

Centerra Gold still waiting for Kumtor mine plan approval Restricted

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Canadian gold miner Centerra Gold on Wednesday said it was still waiting on the Kyrgyz Republic government to formally approve its proposed 2014 mine plan for the Kumtor mine, a substantial source of government revenue. Toronto-based Centerra...
11th June 2014
 
 
 
 
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