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PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

Alamos Gold takes a step forward with Turkish project

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TSX- and NYSE-listed gold producer Alamos Gold on Wednesday announced that it had received the final signatures approving the environmental-impact assessment (EIA) for its Agi Dagi gold project. The Turkish Environment and Urbanisation Ministry...
20th August 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

British Columbia orders independent reviews of all province’s tailings dams

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In the wake of Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley mining disaster, the British Columbia government on Monday ordered independent third-party reviews of 98 permitted tailings impoundments at 60 operating and closed metal and coal mines in the province....
18th August 2014
 
 
CLAIMS DISPUTE

KWG subsidiary to appeal court order waiving its consent for land easement

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Staked land for railway. Ontario-focused explorer KWG Resources on Wednesday announced that subsidiary Canada Chrome Corp (CCC) would seek permission from the Ontario Court of Appeal to overturn the July 30 ruling of the Divisional Court of the Ontario Superior Court of...
14th August 2014
 
 
INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

Bear Creek moves ahead with arbitration against Peru

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TSX-V-listed Bear Creek Mining on Tuesday said it was moving ahead with arbitration proceedings against the Republic of Peru and was submitting a claim under Article 824 of the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between Canada and Peru. The company...
13th August 2014
 
 
GOLD

Sibanye negotiating new work shift arrangements with unions Video Available

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South Africa-focused gold-mining company Sibanye Gold is negotiating new working shift arrangements with its labour unions to allow migrant workers to return home more frequently and simultaneously facilitate the sweating of assets by increasing...
13th August 2014
 
 
PROJECT PERMITTING

Gahcho Kué takes another step towards final permitting

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The Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board (MVLWB) has issued a Type A land use permit for diamond major De Beers and partner Mountain Province Diamonds’ Gahcho Kué project, in Canada's Northwest Territories (NWT), and has forwarded the licence for...
12th August 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Huge cleanup bill for Imperial Metals may force partial asset sale

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Canada's Imperial Metals Corp faces huge cleanup costs after a major spill at its Mount Polley mine that may force the miner to sell part of a prized new asset unless its biggest shareholder steps in to help, bankers and industry executives said....
11th August 2014
 
 
TRANSPORT

Tahltan Band demands transport permits for mining-related movements

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The Tahltan Band Council last week introduced new rules for permission to use the only road into the Tahltan community of Telegraph Creek, in British Columbia, after a series of close calls and mishaps on the road. The Band reported that at the...
11th August 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
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