Volume 95 Number 52 - Feb 15 - Feb 21, 2010

Imperial’s Red Chris Gets Supreme Court Exemption

VANCOUVER — In a decision more than three years in the making, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled the ministries working under the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) were wrong to reduce …

Members of CAW Local 599 and the Timmins community meet for a rally on January 17 in support of Canadian workers.

CAW Asks Gov’t To Keep Kidd Open

The Canadian Auto Workers union has called on both the Ontario and the federal governments to investigate Xstrata’s (XTA-L, XSRAF-O) decision to close the Kidd metallurgical site in Timmins, Ont., thi…

Toronto Stock Exchange February 2-8

Sovereign debt issues across the pond hit global markets hard over the Feb. 2-8 period and Toronto was no exception. The TSX composite index fell by over 200 points to finish the period at 11,115.30.

TSX Venture Exchange February 2-8

Concerns that some European countries too saddled with debt to shake free from the recession will slow the global recovery continued to hurt the S&P-TSX Venture composite index over the Feb 2-8 tr…

U.S. Markets February 2-8

The Feb. 2-8 trading period was a losing one due partly to worries over Greece’s troubled debt situation, which is being backed by Eurozone countries. Investors are still worrying about Europe’s finan…

North American Palladium's Sleeping Giant gold mine, 80 km north of Amos, Que.

NA Palladium Searches For Gold Around Sleeping Giant

Now that North American Palladium (PDL-T, PAL-X) has reached commercial production at the Sleeping Giant gold mine and mill 80 km north of Amos, Que., the company is gearing up to spend $6.2 million o…

Lobo-Marte Boosts Kinross’s Gold Reserves

Kinross Gold (K-T, KGC-N) has announced its first reserve at the Lobo-Marte gold project in northern Chile. The project has a proven and probable reserve of 141 million tonnes grading 1.22 grams gold …

GE And Komatsu Deliver Mining Trucks To India

General Electric’s (GE-N) transportation wing GE Transportation and Japanese equipment manufacturer Komatsu have delivered 17 AC mining trucks to Hindustan Zinc’s operations in India.

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