Critical material prices are recovering but outlook is mixed

Weakening global macroeconomic picture a drag on critical material prices

How gold nanoparticles in bandages help detect COVID-19

Bandage tech used to identify specific antibodies

Almost a quarter of Canada’s GDP exposed to climate risk: study

'Canadian banks are deeply involved in lending to carbon-intensive clients and have increased lending to those companies by billions of dollars.'

The changing ESG landscape facing the mining industry

'Engineering and financial risks can be managed – it’s the societal risk, the community risks that are trickier to handle, but they’re not impossible, right?'

Sprott backs Seabridge Gold with $150M KSM smelter royalty for B.C. project

The KSM project is the world’s largest undeveloped gold-copper project

Britannia Mine Museum marks 100 years at British Columbia’s Mill No. 3

The 20-storey Mill No. 3 building was an architectural feat of engineering at its time

Canada must increase mining investment to regain top production spot: MAC report

Country is no longer the top producer of minerals needed for a low-carbon economy, says Mining Association of Canada

Silver nanoparticles may become key ingredient of emission-free power

Novel method allows for converting energy produced into emission-free power

Supply of rare earth magnets won’t keep with demand by 2040: report

Growth in EVs, wind power will translate to a comparable demand increase for critical rare earth elements, says Adamas report

Artemis Gold passes final regulatory hurdle to begin works at Blackwater mine

Artemis Gold (TSXV: ARTG) has announced the approval of its BC Mines Act Permit for the Blackwater project in central British Columbia, which is the final step required to allow the company to begin...