Tahoe lost $18 million last quarter on Escobal mine reopening delays

Despite losses, Vancouver-based miner achieved record gold production in 2017

Fremont Gold to acquire property in world’s second-richest gold province

Vancouver-based Fremont Gold (TSX.V: FRE) announced today that it has entered into an option agreement with Ely Gold Royalties and its wholly-owned subsidiary Nevada Select Royalty to acquire 12...

Mining M&A jumps to four-year high: EY

The value of global mining and metals deals hit a four-year high in 2017, according to accountancy firm EY, boosted by a jump in money raised on stock exchanges to a six-year high.   Mining and...

Teck posts record revenues, cash

Teck earned $12 billion in gross revenue in 2017, will give shareholders $260 million in dividends

Tsleil-Waututh criticize new pipeline project review rules

In the midst of a B.C.-Alberta trade war over Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, the federal government announced Thursday plans to overhaul the environmental assessment process for...

Australian firm Calima Energy eyes Montney drilling start in 2018

Company has permission to build, maintain and operate an oil and gas road to open up the 72,000 acres where it has drilling rights

Greenhouse cannabis a potential B.C. game-changer

Tantalus’ first harvest shows high-quality cannabis can be produced using less energy

Young mining CEO keeps grounded in volatile industry

Profile: Max Porterfield, CEO, president and director, Callinex Mines Inc.

B.C. apple grower aims for billion-dollar harvest

Okanagan Specialty Fruits launches sales for third variety of non-browning apples

Pipeline delays, not carbon pricing, negatively affect energy competitiveness: report

Pipeline delays and cancelations have a greater effect on competiveness than carbon taxes according to a C.D. Howe energy competitiveness report. “Canadian energy producers are at a competitive...