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‘Americas has a ton of potential’: Goldcorp’s Todd White at PDAC

Financial Post’s mining reporter Gabriel Friedman talks at PDAC 2018 with Goldcorp COO Todd White about the company’s investment in North America, and its recent project in the Yukon.


Bucking trend, Leagold ready for shopping spree as gold prices climb

Conventional wisdom suggests ‘buy low, sell high’ is the best strategy.

But as gold prices surge to new peaks daily, and some companies hang back from acquisitions, Leagold Mining Corp.’s chief executive Neil Woodyer believes he’s found a loophole to this age-old adage: In about a one-year timespan, he has built a Latin America-focused intermediate by snapping up assets that larger companies cast aside. 483 more words


In search of the motherlode: Why Yukon is experiencing a 21st century gold rush

Yukon gold has been legendary since bullion was first discovered in Dawson City in 1896, but a wave of investment from major miners in the past year suggests the territory could be on the brink of a 21st century gold rush. 858 more words


Five things you need to know before you start your work day

Good morning! Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Suncor faces a dispute with oil major Total over unpaid bills, those ConocoPhillip’s assets are paying dividends for Cenovus and BRP’s chief executive talks about life after Bombardier. 635 more words


Goldcorp posts quarterly profit as costs fall, CFO set to leave

Canadian gold producer Goldcorp Inc reported a quarterly profit on Wednesday, helped by lower costs.

The world’s fourth-biggest gold producer by market value reported net earnings of $135 million, or 16 cents per share, in the second quarter ended June 30. 45 more words


Five things you should know before you start your work day on June 9

Good morning. Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Home Capital is talking settlement with the regulators, HBC is cutting 2,000 jobs due to a tough retail landscape and analysts say Valeant’s sale of iNova will barely dent its mountain of debt. 677 more words


Mining magnate Frank Giustra takes a break from producing Blade Runner sequel to return to his first love — mining

Frank Giustra likes to see big where others think small.

The Canadian mining maverick’s latest target is a subterranean patch of red earth in southwestern Mexico. 1,209 more words