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Beauce Gold using new technology to identify mineralized zones in St-Simon-les-Mines

21 March 2019 - 21:55
Beauce Gold Fields (TSX: BGF) announced this week that it is testing a new Russian technology at Quebec's Rang St-Gustave Road in St-Simon-les-Mines.

Secova acquires cheap vanadium mineral claims in Quebec

21 March 2019 - 21:43
Secova Metals (TSXV: SEK) acquired this week 100% interest in 3,809 hectares of vanadium mineral claims located in three land packages in the eastern Canadian province of Quebec.

India: Silico Manganese Prices Gain Support from Increase in Ore Prices

17 March 2019 - 19:33
Indian Silico Manganese prices remain unchanged in Raipur but rises steeply in Durgapur, as producers in Durgapur mostly rely on imported Ore.

India: NMDC Hikes Iron ore Base Price in Karnataka E-Auctions

15 March 2019 - 15:15
India's largest iron ore miner - National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) has announced a hike in floor prices in upcoming Karnataka e-auctions scheduled on 1st Mar’19. Iron ore base prices at NMDC Kumaraswamy have increased by around INR 400/MT in both fines and lumps.

Sustainability pressure turns into competitive advantage for miners — report

14 March 2019 - 23:07
Gone are the days where the economics of sustainability meant mining companies had to choose between what was best for their bottom line and what was best for the environment and the communities their mines affect, a BDO report, Impressions from PDAC 2019, released this week finds.

Pan African Minerals’ $2.2B claim over giant manganese deposit contract dismissed by court

14 March 2019 - 22:54
Pan African Minerals, a unit of Timis Mining Corp., won’t resume production at its Tambao mine in Burkina Faso as a Paris-based arbitration court has dismissed the company’s $2.2 billion claim against the West African nation.

Salary not top priority for mining jobseekers – Study

11 March 2019 - 13:42
Mining industry employees and jobseekers are prioritizing a work-life balance when they look for a new role or when they start feeling dissatisfied in the position they are in.

Amazon rainforest's riches up for grabs as Brazil to open indigenous reserves to mining

9 March 2019 - 20:43
Brazil’s new right-wing government, led by former army captain Jair Bolsonaro, is going ahead with announced changes to current mining regulations, which include a controversial plan to open up indigenous reserves to mining.

Great Panther completes acquisition of Brazilian miner

8 March 2019 - 19:19
It was a busy week for Canada's Great Panther (TSX: GPR). The Vancouver-based miner not only completed the buyout of Beadell Resources but it also changed its name to Great Panther Mining Limited.

Vale Suspends Operation at Malaysian Distribution Centre Amid Fire Broke Out

8 March 2019 - 08:19
World's largest iron ore miner Vale has temporarily suspended operation at its Malaysian Distribution Centre for about 10 to 15 days owing to fire broke out.
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