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Prince George to lead hydrogen hub momentum in central B.C.

Prince George to lead hydrogen hub momentum in central B.C.

The city of more than 86,000 people has been recognized as an ideal area to develop a central B.C. hydrogen hub
Pending approval of First Quantum deal with Panama haunts miner

Pending approval of First Quantum deal with Panama haunts miner

Production at the company’s Cobre Panama was halted in February amid a dispute with authorities over tax and royalty payments
B.C. mining bolstered by geopolitical uncertainty

B.C. mining bolstered by geopolitical uncertainty

The economic impact of mining in the province rose 40 per cent in 2022 to $18B
Competition Bureau recommends changing THC limits for edibles, easing pot packaging

Competition Bureau recommends changing THC limits for edibles, easing pot packaging

Canada's competition watchdog is putting its weight behind some longtime cannabis industry asks including easing restrictions on cannabis packaging and adjusting limits on how much of pot’s psychoactive component can be in edible products.
Ranked: The world’s top copper producers

Ranked: The world’s top copper producers

One of the Canadian miners on the list was under pressure this year to reach a deal with Panama over a tax and royalty dispute
Olymel reducing hog production in Alberta and Saskatchewan, cutting about 80 jobs

Olymel reducing hog production in Alberta and Saskatchewan, cutting about 80 jobs

MONTREAL — Olymel says it is cutting about 80 jobs as it reduces its hog production in Western Canada.
McLeod Lake Indian Band, Mitsubishi Power working on $5B hydrogen project

McLeod Lake Indian Band, Mitsubishi Power working on $5B hydrogen project

The proposed project would be located at the Kerry Lake East reserve, roughly 80 km north of Prince George.
Teck Resources promotes Ian Anderson to chief commercial officer

Teck Resources promotes Ian Anderson to chief commercial officer

VANCOUVER — Teck Resources Ltd. has promoted Ian Anderson to the post of chief commercial officer as the company continues work on a plan to separate its base metal and steelmaking coal operations.
Report says it has debunked claims B.C. gas will be a 'bridge fuel'

Report says it has debunked claims B.C. gas will be a 'bridge fuel'

A new report says it has debunked claims B.C. gas could be used as a "bridge fuel," and that ramping up LNG projects could undermine a shift to renewable energy around the world.
Investors flock to safety on rising risk around the globe

Investors flock to safety on rising risk around the globe

Miners have invested hundreds of millions into finding, delineating, developing and operating assets only to see them expropriated by governments
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