Canada’s mild winter disrupts key ice road to remote Arctic diamond mines

An unusually warm winter in Canada this year has delayed the opening of a 400-kilometer (250-mile) ice road that is rebuilt every year as the main conduit for Rio Tinto, Burgundy Mines and De Beers to access their diamond mines in the remote Arctic region.

Canada introduces tougher security reviews of foreign investments

Canada has introduced tougher national security reviews of proposed foreign investments in sensitive sectors to enable it to quickly spot potentially problematic deals, the government said on Wednesday.

Canada watchdog says abuse likely occurred at a Dynasty Gold mine in China

Canada’s corporate ethics watchdog on Tuesday said it was likely that human rights abuses had occurred at a mine in China operated by Vancouver-based firm Dynasty Gold.

US, Canada, Indigenous groups to collaborate on reducing river pollution from BC coal mines

The United States and Canada announced Monday they have agreed to cooperate to reduce and mitigate the impacts of water pollution from coal mines originating in British Columbia’s Elk-Kootenay watershed.

Canada and Australia boost collaboration on critical minerals

Canada and Australia have agreed to promote shared priorities related to the extraction, processing, and refining of critical minerals, they said in a joint statement on Monday.

Canada Rare Earth sets up supply operations in the DRC

Canada Rare Earth Corp. (TSXV: LL) announced it has established rare earth supply operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) through its wholly owned subsidiary Simba Essential Minerals.

Rio Tinto gets $13 million from Canada to decarbonize iron ore processing

Rio Tinto said on Monday that the Canadian government had awarded it C$18 million ($13 million) to decarbonize iron ore processing in Labrador West.

Canada to accelerate critical mineral mining

Canada plans to boost its energy security by slashing the time it takes to develop new critical mineral mines by nearly a decade with improved permitting processes, energy minister Jonathan Wilkinson told Reuters on Tuesday.

Valor expands lithium hold in Canada

Valor Resources has set itself up to acquire Frazer Lake lithium project in Canada.

Canada Nickel plans to raise $1 billion for processing plant

Canada Nickel Co on Thursday said it is looking to raise $1 billion to build a nickel processing plant, as it seeks to position itself as an alternative supplier of the metal used in car and electric battery vehicles.

Rio Tinto unit faces criminal case in Canada over injured worker

A Canadian unit of global mining company Rio Tinto is facing a criminal case after an employee was seriously injured at an Arctic diamond mine, according to an announcement by local authorities.

Plane carrying Rio Tinto workers crashes in Canada’s Northwest

Six people were killed after a small plane carrying global miner Rio Tinto’s workers crashed near Fort Smith in Canada’s remote Northwest Territories (NWT) on Tuesday, the NWT Coroner Service said on Wednesday.

McClean Lake uranium mine in Canada to resume production

Denison Mines and joint venture partner Orano Canada said on Wednesday they will restart the McClean Lake mine, located in the uranium-rich Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan, amid improving project and commodity economics.

Plane carrying Rio Tinto workers crashes in Canada’s Northwest, six dead

A small plane carrying Rio Tinto (ASX, LON: RIO) workers crashed near Fort Smith in Canada’s remote Northwest Territories on Tuesday during a flight to its Diavik diamond mine, killing six people on board.

Canada gives mineral-rich Arctic region of Nunavut control over its resources

Canada on Thursday formally gave the giant Arctic territory of Nunavut control over its reserves of gold, diamonds, iron, cobalt and rare earth metals, a move that could boost exploration and development.

Samsung SDI invests in Canada Nickel, has right to buy 10% of Crawford project

Mining News Pro - South Korean battery manufacturer Samsung SDI has become the latest company to invest in Canada Nickel Company (TSXV: CNC), which is developing the Crawford nickel sulphide project in the Timmins-Cochrane mining camp of Ontario.

Vale’s $10 billion spend on Canada targets existing potential

Vale is spending $10 billion in Canada over the next decade to keep operations running in a district it values for its low-carbon production.

Vale’s $10 billion spend on Canada targets existing potential

Vale is spending $10 billion in Canada over the next decade to keep operations running in a district it values for its low-carbon production.

Vale BM says decision to merge Canada nickel ops with Glencore a priority

Mining News Pro - Vale Base Metals (VBM) is prioritizing a decision on whether to combine its nickel operations in Canada’s Sudbury basin with those of Glencore this year, a move that could reduce costs for both companies, its chairman said.

Canada’s Lassonde ‘mystified’ by Teck choice of Glencore bid for coal unit

Mining News Pro - Canadian businessman Pierre Lassonde said on Wednesday that he is “mystified” by Teck Resources’ decision to sell its coal unit to a Glencore-led consortium for $9 billion because his group bid the same price.

Canada likely to approve Glencore-Teck deal despite foreign investment scrutiny

Mining News Pro - As Glencore prepares for the long grind to convince Canada of the virtues of the Swiss trader-led consortium’s $9 billion bid for Teck Resources’ coal unit, investors and lawyers are optimistic about the deal approval despite the government’s increased scrutiny of foreign investments.

BHP CEO says ‘ship has sailed’ on potential acquisition of Canada’s Nutrien

Mining News Pro - BHP Group Ltd. (ASX: BHP) CEO Mike Henry is talking down the chances of acquiring Canadian fertilizer giant Nutrien Ltd. (TSX: NTR), as the world’s biggest mining company concentrates on building its own potash business instead.

Canada to give Umicore up to C$1bn for new battery components plant

Mining News Pro - Canada and the province of Ontario will give up to C$1 billion to a unit of Belgium’s Umicore to help it build a plant that will produce components for electric vehicle batteries, Ottawa said on Monday.

Brink’s sues Air Canada after $17 million heist of gold and cash

Mining News Pro - An unsolved $17 million heist of Swiss gold and cash near Canada’s busiest airport has led Brink’s Co. to sue Air Canada for allegedly letting a thief slip away with the loot.

Rio Tinto planning more investments in Canada, but rules out bid for Teck

Mining News Pro - Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) chief executive Jakob Stausholm says the giant British-Australian miner plans to make more investments in Canada, but he is ruling out any chance of taking a run at Canada’s Teck Resources.

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