Equinox calls Greenstone 85% complete, first gold pour in 2024

Vancouver company says first gold will be poured in the first half of next year

China’s metals and mining investment overseas to hit record in 2023, says report

New contracts in the metals and mining sector topped $10 billion during the first half of 2023

Imperial reports higher quarterly production at Red Chris, Mount Polley mines in B.C.

Imperial Metals’ stock up over 12 per cent Tuesday afternoon on the TSX

Kicking tires: It’s time to talk about mining’s overlooked ESG problem

B.C.-based Kal Tire operates a thermal conversion plant in Chile, with plans to expand the business

Value of world’s 50 biggest mining companies slump $356B from post-pandemic peak’s ranking of world’s biggest miners welcomes the first Indonesian company to the top tier and Perth as the city hosting the greatest number on the list

Cost of diamond mine jumps 25% to $683M for Vancouver-based Lucara

Underground production will be delayed to the first half of 2028, rather than the second half of 2026 when it was originally scheduled

The global lithium rush is only at the beginning

With so much public and private money rushing into the sector, the buildout is likely to dampen prices, according to the Australia’s resources ministry

New, highly conductive metallic gel allows 3D printing of solid objects at room temperature

'This sort of four-dimensional printing ... is one more tool that can be used to create structures with the desired dimensions'

Mining Association of Canada releases new equity, diversity and inclusion standards

'The global mining industry continues to be very male-dominated and here in Canada it is also homogeneously white.'

Mining megatrends could create industry meta-crisis, says Newmont CEO

Trends have already impacted the mining industry and will continue well into the future: Tom Palmer