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Canada rejects proposed Ajax gold mine in British Columbia

By: Reuters     28th June 2018 The Canadian government said on Wednesday it had rejected the proposed Ajax openpit gold and copper mine in the Pacific province of British Columbia, citing what it said were significant adverse environmental effects. The plan to develop the site had been put forward by KGHM International, a... 

Trump blasts Canada over trade, hints at lumber action

By: Reuters     1st June 2018 US President Donald Trump on Friday fired back at Canada after Ottawa and other American allies retaliated against Washington's steel and aluminum tariffs, and appeared to threaten possible action against Canada's lumber industry. "Canada has treated our Agricultural business and Farmers very... 

Canada to impose tariffs on US, challenge at WTO

By: Reuters     31st May 2018 Canada will impose retaliatory tariffs on C$16.6-billion worth of US exports and challenge US steel and aluminum tariffs under the North American Free Trade Agreement and the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Thursday. The Canadian tariffs are... 

Ottawa buys Kinder Morgan pipeline, expansion project for C$4.5bn

By: Henry Lazenby     29th May 2018 Ottawa announced on Tuesday that it has reached agreement with pipeline builder and operator Kinder Morgan to buy the existing Trans Mountain pipeline and associated controversial expansion project for C$4.5-billion, in the clearest-yet government signal that the oil expansion project is of... 

Canada March factory sales rise on metals, aerospace

By: Reuters     16th May 2018 nadian manufacturing sales increased more than expected in March on strength in primary metals, aerospace products and parts, fabricated metals and other transportation equipment, Statistics Canada reported on Wednesday. Factory sales rose 1.4%, surpassing the 1.2% gain expected by economists,... 

Taxpayers federation to seek intervenor status in pipeline, carbon tax lawsuits

By: Henry Lazenby     8th May 2018 The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) will seek standing as an intervenor in two upcoming court reference cases launched by the governments of British Columbia and Saskatchewan. In British Columbia, the provincial government is asking the courts if they have the power to regulate oil shipments,... 

Canadian feds to intervene in BC reference question

By: Henry Lazenby     4th May 2018 Ottawa announced on Thursday that it will intervene in the constitutional reference case filed by the government of British Columbia under the British Columbia Constitutional Questions Act. “We are confident in Parliament’s jurisdiction and will intervene on the question in order to defend our... 

Canada says US tariffs hurt jobs; aluminium industry worried

By: Reuters     1st May 2018 Canada has repeated its position that imposing punitive trade measures would hurt jobs in both countries, in reaction to US President Donald Trump's decision to postpone steel and aluminium tariffs that were set to go into effect on Tuesday. The Trump administration said on Monday that the 25%... 

Northwest Territories gets shortest end of straw as mining boosts Nunavut, Yukon economies

By: Henry Lazenby     1st May 2018 A lack of new mining projects in the development pipeline of Canada’s Northwest Territories (NT) is threatening to derail the region’s economic growth outlook, the latest ‘Territorial Outlook’ by The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) has found. The independent Ottawa-headquartered think tank... 

BC govt court case another ‘stall tactic’ to block Trans Mountain expansion – CAPP

By: Henry Lazenby     27th April 2018 A reference court case brought by the environment-focused minority provincial government of British Columbia that seeks a confirmation of the province's constitutional rights to defend against the risks of a bitumen spill has been criticised by Canada’s petroleum producers as “just another stall... 

Poll shows divided British Columbia opinions for/against Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion 

By: Henry Lazenby     18th April 2018 A slim majority of Canadians and British Columbians have come forward in favour of the proposed twinning of Kinder Morgan’s diluted bitumen pipeline connecting Canada’s Alberta oil patch with new markets in the Far East, via the West Coast. A new survey conducted by the nonprofit Angus Reid... 

Canada's Trudeau ready to offer aid to ensure pipeline is built

By: Reuters     16th April 2018 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday moved to end an escalating crisis over a Kinder Morgan Canada oil pipeline, saying Ottawa was prepared to offer financial aid to ensure the project went ahead. Trudeau cited investor confidence as one reason to help Kinder Morgan Canada, part of... 

Canada to target smuggling of steel intended to dodge US tariffs

By: Reuters     28th March 2018 Canada will act to prevent the smuggling of cheap steel and aluminum into the North American market to avoid new US tariffs on the metals, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Tuesday. Trudeau said this month he was aware of concerns that countries facing the tariffs could try to ship supplies... 

Canada's PM optimistic on NAFTA as deal on autos appears closer

By: Reuters     21st March 2018 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Wednesday he remained optimistic Canada would get a good deal at the NAFTA modernisation talks amid signs negotiators could be closer to settling one of the trade pact's most contentious issues. Officials are due to meet next month for the eighth round of... 

Canada's Trudeau tells metal workers: 'We have your backs'

By: Reuters     13th March 2018 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised aluminium and steelworkers on Monday he would defend them against possible US tariffs and called US President Donald Trump to stress that "mutually beneficial" cross-border supply chains should be preserved. Trump said last week he would impose... 

Africa’s leading industry trade fair prepares to open its doors

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th March 2018 The countdown has begun: bauma CONEXPO AFRICA opens its doors for the third time in one week. The largest trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines and construction vehicles in Africa continues to attract international participation, highlighted by four... 

Miners broadly welcome federal Budget 2018 bar some caveats

By: Henry Lazenby     1st March 2018 The Canadian mining industry has welcomed the federal 2018 budget that was announced this week, highlighting particular support for the extension of the Mineral Exploration Tax Credit and several additional funds made available for critical skills training. Canada's Budget 2018, tabled by... 

Alberta govt accepts olive branch as BC seeks reference case on rights over oil exports 

By: Henry Lazenby     23rd February 2018 The political impasse over the much-needed expansion of crude oil export capacity from Alberta through Canada's West Coast seems to have been temporarily resolved. Alberta, which is host to the bulk of Canada's significant oil reserves, on Thursday said it would suspend a ban on the sale of... 

BC extends provincial flow-through tax credit for a year; resumes fight against Canadian oil

By: Henry Lazenby     21st February 2018 The British Columbia provincial government has released its Budget 2018 plan, confirming that the provincial flow-through exploration tax incentive will be extended for another year until the end of this year. The mining flow-through share programme is seen as critical to reinforcing the... 

Industry, environment lobby cautiously optimistic as Canada tables new enviro review rules

By: Henry Lazenby     9th February 2018 Ottawa on Thursday tabled new legislation to improve the federal environmental assessment process for mining projects. The legislation is aimed at strengthening and restoring the credibility of Canada's environmental laws. 

Rio Tinto confident US will treat Canada differently on trade

By: Bloomberg     8th February 2018 The head of Rio Tinto Group’s aluminium division is confident the Trump administration will recognize that Canada must be viewed differently when considering import tariffs on the metal and in Nafta talks. “There’s a clear recognition of the strategic importance of the Canadian industry to the... 

Successfully delivering results 15 years after commissioning

25th January 2018 For 25 years, Immersive Technologies has been working with mining companies across the globe to achieve Real Results in operator safety and productivity – these partnerships have for many years driven quantifiable operational improvement. Successfully achieving these results means consistently... 

Virtual Reality Training, WorksiteVR Quest: A Leap Forward in Personnel Induction at Rio Tinto’s Oyu Tolgoi Mine.

25th January 2018 Immersive Technologies developed a series of WorksiteVR Quest www.immersivetechnologies.com virtual reality scenarios designed to facilitate a blended learning model in conjunction with eLearning and practical activities. Mine site inductions are necessary however often dry, boring, and... 

Canada to create overseas mining watchdog early in 2018

By: Reuters     13th December 2017 Ottawa plans early next year to create an independent office to oversee Canadian mining, oil and gas companies' activities abroad, a government spokesman said on Tuesday, a move that environmental and human rights groups have long demanded. The office would have both an "advisory and robust... 

Fasken Martineau Named “Global Mining Law Firm of the Year”

25th May 2017 Fasken Martineau announced that, for the third consecutive year and the ninth time overall, it has been named “Global Mining Law Firm of the Year 2017” by Who’s Who Legal. Additionally, Michael Bourassa has received the “Lawyer of the Year 2017” award for Mining. With over 150 years’ experience... 

Trudeau mulls coal ban in response to US lumber tariffs

By: Bloomberg     8th May 2017 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the leader of timber-rich British Columbia that he would consider her request to ban thermal coal shipments in retaliation for new US tariffs on softwood slumber. In a letter to British Columbia Premier Christy Clark, a copy of which was posted on the... 

Acting BC premier proposes retaliatory US thermal coal export ban

By: Henry Lazenby     26th April 2017 The leader of the British Columbia Liberal party Christy Clark has written a letter to Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling for a retaliatory ban on US thermal coal shipments through the province’s ports. Clark, who has been the acting premier of the province since the legislative... 

In world first, MAC members commit to voluntary principles on security and human rights

By: Henry Lazenby     3rd March 2017 Members of the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) on Thursday committed to implementing the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights (VPs) – a world first for a mining association. The VPs were created in 2000 to help extractive sector companies balance the obligation to respect human... 

AME BC reports progress made on key policy issues amid rising commodity tide

By: Henry Lazenby     28th January 2017 Optimism has returned to the junior exploration industry, based on changed market fundamentals and more buoyant commodity prices, the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia (AME BC) president and CEO Gavin Dirom tells Mining Weekly Online in an interview. “It’s amazing what... 

Ontario’s costly coal phase-out had little effect on reducing air pollution – Fraser Institute

By: Henry Lazenby     18th January 2017 Ontario’s misadventures in energy policy formulation hold a critical cautionary tale for the federal government’s plans to phase out coal-fired power generation by 2030. Closing Ontario's coal-fired power plants had a negligible effect on reducing air pollution, helped fuel skyrocketing energy... 

New Brunswick announces plan to phase out coal generation

By: Henry Lazenby     7th December 2016 Canada’s maritime province of New Brunswick is following in the footsteps of the federal government and other provinces such as Alberta and Ontario to phase out or announce plans to completely phase out coal-fired electricity generation by 2030. In its new action plan ‘Transitioning to a... 

Trudeau govt approves Trans Mountain, Line 3 pipelines, rejects Northern Gateway

By: Henry Lazenby     30th November 2016 Canada’s Liberal federal government under leadership of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has approved two out of three contentious crude oil pipelines in the country, critical infrastructure needed to get Canada’s vast oil reserves to new markets. In a landmark decision, the Trudeau government has... 

Alberta to pay coal power producers C$1.1bn to transition away from coal generation by 2030 

By: Henry Lazenby     25th November 2016 As part of the province’s ‘Climate Leadership Plan’, the Alberta government has agreed to pay three coal power producers operating in the province more than C$1-billion over the next 14 years to compensate them for prematurely shuttering their coal-fired power plants by 2030. The agreements will... 

Trumpism doesn’t play in Canada, which just eased takeover rules

By: Bloomberg     4th November 2016 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, bucking a global trend toward greater protectionism, will loosen foreign takeover rules for more than 50 Canadian publicly traded companies next year, including those in mining, oil and marijuana production. Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced this week Canada... 

Petronas' Canadian gas project approved by Trudeau government

By: Bloomberg     28th September 2016 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government has approved Petroliam Nasional’s C$36-billion ($27-billion) Pacific NorthWest liquefied natural gas project on British Columbia’s Pacific coast. Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr and Fisheries Minister... 

Trudeau said to plan pipeline approval, favour Kinder Morgan

By: Bloomberg     14th September 2016 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans to approve at least one new oil pipeline project in his first term, with Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain expansion to the Pacific Coast the most likely candidate, people familiar with his plans said. The prime minister is seeking to strengthen... 

Trudeau faces split Aboriginal groups in Kinder Morgan ruling 

By: Bloomberg     24th August 2016 In the rolling country of central British Columbia, Michael LeBourdais’s Whispering Pines Indian Band is looking forward to a cash injection from a new pipeline proposed by Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP. He’ll be seeking compensation for his band if it doesn’t go through. Meanwhile, 400 km... 

Bauma Conexpo Africa 2018

8th July 2016 The dates for the next Bauma Conexpo Africa are confirmed: : The third International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines and Construction Vehicles will be held at the Johannesburg Expo Centre from March 13 to 16, 2018. According to Stefan Otto,... 

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