Mining & Resources
Claims there will be more than 3,000 early deaths from health impacts of coal-fired electricity by 2031
Protests in Silesia region led by Solidarity trade union; demanding improvements to labour code
Aimed at avoiding Chicago congestion, improving “supply chain efficiencies for lumber customers”
Doug Eyford’s job will be to hear aboriginal concerns about proposed energy projects in B.C., Alberta
International Iron Beneficiation Group Ltd. interested in building manufacturing plant in Sydney, N.S.
“New mine development and production will provide a solid economic foundation for Canada’s territories”
$488-million plan to clean up site, freeze underground arsenic in place is before regulators
Inmet board previously rejected takeover offer as inadequate
Deal calls for companies to share rail line to carry ore from Labrador-Quebec border to Sept-Iles, Que.
Toronto-based firm will put up $97.3-million as its share of $325-million price on closing