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It has been a tumultuous week of many events.   No blogging however. No topic caught my attention enough to spur the muse and misogynist.  So here a few stories of mining to entertain us and prompt the responsible journalist to attention. (more…)

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The Fraser Institute survey came out in February. I missed it—so here is a brief summary. (more…)

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Goldcorp has announced that it will seek to involve more women in mining.  That is admirable.  Here are some of my stories of women in mining. (more…)

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A typical Vancouver Saturday:  cool, overcast, some sunny periods, and much reading.   Then after six pm a bottle of wine and an opera. Here are some of the books I dipped into today–I have been reading some for a while; some are old and should have been finished a long time ago; and some are new.  For I am a dipper, i,e., someone who picks up a book, reads part, and then picks up another to read part, as the fancy & interest turn. (more…)

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Another sad story of underfunded mine closure.  According to this report, Yukon Zinc owes the territorial government $3 million in environmental security.  Now the company is bankrupt and also owing $646 million to hundreds of creditors. The tailings management system is described in a report at this link.  The system is described thus: (more…)

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Only one things gives me great pleasure and intense enjoyment: riding my bicycle. This morning it was drizzling as I opened the front door.  Undeterred, I mounted my bike and headed out into the soft waters making the sky & sound. Click to the upper gears and speed down the road past new, cramped townhouses.  Over asphalt and cut logs, cut to make way for a new bridge.  Bounce over the gravel alongside the river and salmon spawning habitat, to the main road clogged with trucks and cars. (more…)

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The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has announced that they are convening a panel to ” review its tailings management requirements to ensure failures, such as the one registered at Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley open pit copper and gold mine, can be prevented.” (more…)

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