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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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Goldcorp spends nearly $1 billion to get into Chilean joint venture with Barrick Gold

Two Canadian gold giants, Barrick Gold Corp. and Goldcorp Inc., will form a partnership in Chile’s gold belt in a multi-faceted deal that will see Goldcorp commit nearly US$1 billion as miners look for creative solutions to find and fund new sources of growth. 708 more words

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An industry most ripe for change: How #Disruptmining could shake up one of the world's oldest sectors

One competitor uses tailings pond scum to make more environmentally-friendly mining processes, while another aims to transport ore to the surface via a pipeline. A third challenger uses a machine learning algorithm to better target exploration drilling and yet another uses real-time data on drill rigs. 885 more words

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