mining

Road block: Yukon government to tighten mining road rules

‘We want to make sure that if roads become public it’s through a managed process’

Yukon Zinc pleads guilty to Quartz Mining Act charges

‘The company takes these issues seriously’

Victoria Gold confident amended water licence won’t slow progress at Yukon’s Eagle mine

Changes to the mine plan means Yukon’s water board wants the company to apply for an amended licence

Uptick in mining bodes well for the Yukon: Conference Board

Conference Board of Canada is forecasting GDP growth thanks to new mines coming online

White River First Nation calls for panel review of Yukon’s Coffee mine

‘Passing papers back and forth will not allow us to convey our issues and concerns’

Ottawa takes over care and maintenance at the Faro mine

Feds say the new plan will ‘maximizes value to the taxpayer by eliminating duplication’

Yukon government considers increasing Lands Act fines

The government doesn’t know how much it is going to cost to reclaim a 17-km illegal road

Capstone not opening second open-pit mine at Yukon’s Minto site

Capstone had earlier planned to open another open-pit at Minto after work on the current one ended

Yukon investor fumes after Victoria Gold issues new shares

250 million shares part of deal to finance construction, CEO says

No Resource Gateway construction work this season, YG says

‘We’re not as advanced as we would have liked to have been but we still are advancing’

Capstone prepares to sell Yukon’s Minto mine

‘We’re not buying this thing to close it down’

Goldcorp’s Coffee proposal deemed ‘inadequate’

Mining company now has 180 days to answer the assessment board’s questions

The week in Yukon mining

Goldcorp re-submits Coffee plans, Mount Nansen sale looms, Kudz Ze Kayah comments open

Casino aims to start YESAB panel review by end of 2018

‘Elephant in the room’ a 286-metre tailing pond wall

Victoria Gold plugs into power purchase agreement with Yukon Energy

Power company estimates mine near Mayo will spend $100 million on power over 10 years

NDP MLA calls Yukon coal project ‘application of insanity’

Project is strictly exploratory, proponent says

Miner has right to access claims under Whitehorse subdivision, judge finds

H. Coyne & Sons Limited owns subsurface rights for two lots under Raven’s Ridge subdivision

Gold Rush star Tony Beets to appeal pond fire fines

The Yukon miner will appeal the $31k in fines he and his company are facing for Water Act violations

Yukon mining leaders calls for deferral on C-17, but MP not on board

Larry Bagnell will not be supporting a call to put off legislation that would undo S-6