Canada will buy Trans Mountain expansion, sell it to an investor: Morneau
Scoop: Vale will swap old diesel equipment at Creighton for electric, and develop Copper Cliff Phase 2, Victor projects as fully electric mines
Galantas Gold receives “anti-terrorism cover” for blasting work at Omagh mine, highlighting decades-old explosives rules in Northern Ireland.
I'm leading an editorial project throughout 2018 to feature the stories and experiences of women, Indigenous people and people of colour working in the mining industry. We Are Mining is a series of Q&As, columns and stories covering issues of importance to the people who aren't often heard from in mining.
Gahcho Kué, the Northwest Territories’ newest diamond mine, promises sparkling returns for DeBeers Canada
After a rocky year, De Beers Canada is closing out 2016 on a positive note with the opening of Gahcho Kué. The mine, the newest producer in the Northwest Territories, adds more shine to the constellation of diamond operations in the Far North.
Kamal Al-Solaylee, a professor in Ryerson's School of Journalism, spoke with Kelsey Rolfe about his new nonfiction work Brown: What Being Brown in the World Today Means (For Everyone), and how his experiences and identity informed his reporting.
For anyone looking at Disrupt Mining’s 2018 panel of judges, one name may have stuck out: Veronica Knott, a mining engineering student at the University of British Columbia. For a competition whose previous panels have been comprised of the industry’s biggest names, well into their careers – and last year included more men named Rob than women – Knott marked a departure from the norm in more ways than one.
If you’re living in Toronto or Westmount in Quebec, you’ve likely already passed the dockless bright orange bikes popping up on city streets.
The bikes belong to Dropbike, a Toronto-based startup that has undertaken seven pilot projects for its “smart bikes” in Ontario and Quebec cities since June.
HIV has long been seen as an incurable disease. But two landmark cases proved researchers wrong: Two Berlin men were improbably cured of HIV a decade apart, and their stories have changed the way researchers develop treatments. The author of Cured: How The Berlin Patients Defeated HIV and Forever Changed Medical Science, Nathalia Holt, spoke with the Post’s Kelsey Rolfe.
In the daytime, tiny feet scamper through the halls of Montrose Child Care Centre as giggles ripple through hallways of the downtown daycare.
But at night, different tiny feet have scampered through the halls over the past few years, according to city inspection records: rodents.
Montrose is among nearly 330 provincially licensed facilities in Toronto that have been cited for health violations in the past three years.
A string of three disease outbreaks since 2010 at Scarborough long-term care home Bendale Acres caused five related deaths, a dozen hospitalizations and exposed 200 seniors to vomiting, dehydration and diarrhea.
The cases are carefully detailed in Toronto Public Health inspection reports obtained through freedom of information.
But they were never made public.