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PROJECT PERMITTING

Fortune Minerals collects final land-use permit and water licence approval Restricted

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Canadian developer Fortune Minerals' Nico gold/cobalt/bismuth/copper mine and concentrator in the Northwest Territories is now shovel-ready after the company on Friday announced that it had received the final land use permit and Type A water...
20th June 2014
 
 
NICKEL EXPLORATION

North American Nickel restarts drilling at high-grade Maniitsoq target Restricted

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Junior explorer North American Nickel (NAN) this week reported that it had started its 2014 drilling campaign at high-grade targets at its prospective Maniitsoq project, on Greenland’s south-west coast. The Vancouver-based firm, which is...
20th June 2014
 
 
URANIUM

EPA withdraws aquiver exemption on part of UEC’s Texas project Restricted

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US uranium mine developer Uranium Energy Corp (UEC) on Thursday said the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) had revoked the aquiver exemption (AE) for part of its Goliad in-situ recovery (ISR) project, in southern Texas. Corpus Christi,...
20th June 2014
 
 
Environmental

Dust solution for reduced maintenance Restricted

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DUST CONTROL
 While water is most commonly used as a dust suppressant, it is severely limited in terms of its effectiveness Pretoria-based environmental management company I-Cat Environmental Solutions has supplied its 100% environment-friendly dust-suppression technology, RDC 20, to several mining operations across Africa, says nonexecutive director Professor Jan du...
20th June 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Horizonte Minerals steps toward derisking Araguaia project, Brazil Restricted

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Aim- and TSX-listed Horizonte Minerals on Thursday reported that it had filed the social environmental-impact assessment (SEIA) with the Pará State Environmental Agency (SEMA), in Brazil, for its flagship Araguaia nickel project, billing the move...
19th June 2014
 
 
MINING & THE ENVIRONMENT

Unesco defers decision on Great Barrier Reef status Restricted

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Unesco’s World Heritage Committee (WHC) has deferred a decision on inscribing the Great Barrier Reef on the list of world heritage sites in danger. WHC director Kishore Rao said that the decision adopted by the committee welcomed the progress...
19th June 2014
 
 
BENEFITS AGREEMENT

Seabridge and Nisga’a Nation ink benefits agreement for KSM project Restricted

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Canadian project developer Seabridge Gold this week entered into a comprehensive benefits agreement with the Nisga'a Nation regarding its $5.3-billion KSM copper/gold project, located in north-west British Columbia. The agreement established a...
18th June 2014
 
 
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
 
 
 
 
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