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Canada’s Crude Oil Pacific Exports and Northern Gateway Likely Dead if Proposed Tanker Ban Becomes Law

Canada’s Crude Oil Pacific Exports and Northern Gateway Likely Dead if Proposed Tanker Ban Becomes Law

On Friday, the Canadian government introduced C-48, the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act (Source: oilandgas360.com)It’s no longer living as a temporary moratorium or simply a political threat. On Friday Canada’s federal government introduced legislation that will turn its informal ban on crude oil tanker traffic off the North Coast of British Columbia into law. This…

Resource Development in Northern British Columbia

Resource Development in Northern British Columbia

Here in Northern BC the next 6 months will be busy with numerous projects in the natural resource sector. In the short term there are a number of events that will help set the pace forward for the next 10-20 years of business development. Cambridge House First up is the…

Canarc Commences Geophysical Survey at Windfall Hills Property, BC

Canarc Commences Geophysical Survey at Windfall Hills Property, BC

Vancouver, Canada – September 13, 2016 – Canarc Resource Corp. (TSX: CCM, OTC-BB: CRCUF, Frankfurt: CAN) announces that it has commenced a 3D-IP geophysical survey at its Windfall Hills property located 65 kilometres (km) south of Burns Lake in central BC. The survey is intended to detect IP chargeability highs…

Great Bear Rainforest Agreement

Great Bear Rainforest Agreement

From AMEBC Situation On February 1, 2016, the government of BC and representatives from First Nations, environmental groups and the coastal forest industry celebrated an agreement about land designations along the north and central Coast of BC, referred to as the Great Bear Rainforest. The agreement protects 85% of the…

Non-profit puts British Columbia geological data into the public domain

Non-profit puts British Columbia geological data into the public domain

by Greg Klein | January 26, 2016 A deeper understanding—literally—of some 6,700 square kilometres of northwestern British Columbia has come available not only to professionals but also to the public. Land use planners and local communities, as well as geologists and geophysicists, can benefit from a newly released Geoscience B.C.…

A Tale of Two (would-be) Mines

A Tale of Two (would-be) Mines

One has Victoria’s backing but not Ottawa’s; the other has Ottawa’s blessing but not Victoria’s By Peter O’Neil, Vancouver Sun Read more: http://www.vancouversun.com/technology/tale+would+mines/9349562/story.html#ixzz2pk003eb6 The apparent contradiction is baffling to both the mining industry and the environmental movement. On the one hand Premier Christy Clark’s government says it is devoted to…

Deer Horn Metals Identifies Resources

Deer Horn Metals Identifies Resources

Deer Horn Metals (TSX-V:DHM) has updated their Deer Horn gold-silver-tellurium-tungsten property and updated NI 43-101 resource. The Deer Horn Property is located in west-central British Columbia 36 kms (23 miles) south of the Huckleberry Mine and approximately 150 kms (93 miles) southwest of the town of Burns Lake. The property…

Finlay Minerals Looking at Exploration of Silver Hope

Finlay Minerals Looking at Exploration of Silver Hope

Finlay Minerals TSXV:FYL is contuniuing to look at the development of the Silver Hope Property located south of Burns Lake. They report that the integration of the ZTEM airborne geophysics on the Silver Hope Property is on-going.  A summer exploration program including detailed geological and structural mapping will be undertaken…