Colin McClelland

Labour costs: Canadian miners see modest pay raises

'It’s labour mobility and skills, not just costs.'

FPX Nickel envisions profitable US$2.2B nickel project in central B.C.

Feasibility study suggests annual output of 59K tonnes of nickel over three decades

Robots enhance prospectors’ role as GeologicAI and peers scan drill core assays

Mining industry looking to improve on the traditional visual core inspections that can benefit from more data and analysis

How much can you make as a mining company CEO? Survey shows highs and lows

Some mining CEOs are taking only US$1 in salary, but that's not the case for most

Vancouver miner welcomes new Pentagon mandate to probe undersea mining

Order from U.S. House of Representatives aims to counter China’s battery metal dominance

Mining deal-making declines, but Beaty and others see opportunities

As the value of mining industry mergers and acquisitions falls from last year’s high, some investors see divergent trends moderating conditions.   They say share prices are reasonable or low for...

Labour costs will soon beat oil as mines' biggest expense, new data indicate

'As non-unionized labour gains bargaining power and union contracts roll off, we expect to see double-digit labour costs,' says Costmine exec

How to finance early-stage mining projects

Project financing has taken on a new urgency, say some experts

Glencore bid for Teck faces stiff Canadian rules, pride as mining M&A activity triples

The mining industry’s M&A activity has reached US$66B so far this year