Goldcorp Canada Ltd.

Minera Andes beefs up San Jose

Minera Andes (MAI-T, MNEAF-O) continues to get a better grasp of the system of gold and silver bearing veins that spread through its San Jose mine in Argentina even as the mine generates cashflows for the company. The latest round of results…

An aerial view of Goldcorp's lonore mine site in the northeastern part of the Opinaca Reservoir in the James Bay region of Quebec, 320 km northeast of the town of Matagami. Photo by Goldcorp

Goldcorp pushes lonore ahead

When Goldcorp (G-T, GG-N) acquired Éléonore in March 2006 from what is now Virginia Mines (VGG-T) in a US$425-million deal, the project had no reserve or resource estimate, just a lot of speculation on how big it was going to get…

Field traversing in northern Eritrea. Sanu Resources has several promising projects in the emerging gold-rich, volcanogenic massive sulphide belt of western Eritrea.

Canadian Gold Hunter And Sanu Resources To Merge

With the proposed merger of Canadian Gold Hunter (CGH-T, CGHLF-O) and Sanu Resources (SNU-V, SNULF-O), both part of the Lundin Group of Companies, the combined entity will have exploration properties …

Berg grows for Terrane

Vancouver – The Berg project is bigger and better defined for Terrane Metals (TRX-V, TRXOF-O).

BC Approves Terrane’s Mt Milligan

VANCOUVER — The British Columbia government has approved an environmental assessment certificate for Terrane Metals’ (TRX-V, TRXOF-O) Mt. Milligan gold-copper project in central B. C.

Open-pit mining for lignite in Germany, while power stations burn brown coal in the horizon. Despite fierce debate in the mining industry about global warming, some companies are bracing themselves for the inevitable regulation of carbon emissions.

Mining’s Carbon-Taxed Future

While many in the mining industry still have serious doubts about global warming and our species’ part in it, that isn’t stopping any of the top companies from preparing for what is being seen as the …

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