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Coastal GasLink pipeline is now 91% complete

Coastal GasLink pipeline is now 91% complete

Nearly 5,000 workers still employed on project, with completion expected by the end of the year
Goliath turns up visible gold in recent drill cores at Golddigger

Goliath turns up visible gold in recent drill cores at Golddigger

Golddigger property is in B.C.’s Golden Triangle
Lithium Americas shareholders approve split between U.S. and Argentina businesses

Lithium Americas shareholders approve split between U.S. and Argentina businesses

VANCOUVER — Lithium Americas Corp. says shareholders have approved its split into two companies. The Vancouver-based company says shareholders voted in favour of separating the company into two entities: Lithium Americas (Argentina) Corp.
Kodiak confirms extended mineralization at MPD

Kodiak confirms extended mineralization at MPD

Kodiak Copper (TSXV: KDK) reports that drill results from its copper-gold MPD project in southern B.C. suggest extensive mineralization for future exploration
Shell agrees to divest some western assets to get Comp Bureau approval on Empire deal

Shell agrees to divest some western assets to get Comp Bureau approval on Empire deal

OTTAWA — Canada's competition watchdog says Shell Canada Ltd. has agreed to divest some of its western assets to advance its $100 million deal to buy gas stations from an affiliate of grocery giant Empire Co. Ltd.
Glencore buys Pan American’s stake in Argentinean copper project

Glencore buys Pan American’s stake in Argentinean copper project

Pan American acquired a controlling stake in MARA as part of it recent acquisition of Yamana Gold
B.C. ministers weigh in on U.S. softwood lumber final ruling

B.C. ministers weigh in on U.S. softwood lumber final ruling

Province's '52,000 hard-working forest industry workers deserve better.'
Newmont teams with Teck on Galore Creek development

Newmont teams with Teck on Galore Creek development

Newmont takes 50% share of Galore Creek
Suncor tells regulator reconsidering approvals would arm industry opponents

Suncor tells regulator reconsidering approvals would arm industry opponents

Oilsands giant Suncor has warned the Alberta Energy Regulator that reopening a debate over mining an ecologically valuable wetland would play into the hands of industry opponents and upset the province's energy development.
Paper Excellence announces corporate reorganization

Paper Excellence announces corporate reorganization

Corporate shuffle follows acquisition of Domtar, Resolute Forest Products