Projects

Return to Bloom

Matthew Parizot

Knocked off track by the commodities downturn, Bloom Lake is under new ownership, turning out high-grade ore again in the Labrador Trough, and on the road to expansion

The complex journey to a simple solution

Alexandra Lopez-Pacheco

For years Niobec lived with seasonal variation in niobium flotation recovery until the winter of 2014, when it became too much to bear

Excellon wins the water war

Kylie Williams

Fed up with production delays due to water ingress, Excellon Resources developed a comprehensive dewatering project at its Platosa mine in Mexico that helped double production

All in for electric

Robert Hiltz

Nouveau Monde Graphite's all-electric graphite mine in Quebec is closer to reality, as the company now has both a feasibility study and an offtake agreement for its Matawinie project

Sweet success

Virginia Heffernan

The team at Harte Gold is taking a staged approach to bring its Sugar Zone operation to full production

Is Canada losing the exploration game?

Virginia Heffernan

Global exploration spending is increasing, but Canada’s share of the spending pie has declined over the past decade. So what can the country do to reassure investors and coax more of that money to the Great White North?

Vanadium’s day

As the price of vanadium skyrockets, Vancouver-based First Vanadium tries to get its Nevada project off the ground

The complex journey to a simple solution

For years Niobec lived with seasonal variation in niobium flotation recovery until the winter of 2014, when it became too much to bear