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Vanderhoof to host Miinerals North 2014

Vanderhoof to host Miinerals North 2014

The eyes of the mining industry will be looking to Vanderhoof later this month as Minerals North takes place from May 21-23.
Coast Tsimshian Resources brass ring made of wood

Coast Tsimshian Resources brass ring made of wood

When Skeena Sawmills closed in 2007, many believed it was another nail in the coffin for Prince Rupert and Terrace's forestry industry.
Billions of dollars of investment coming to the Northwest

Billions of dollars of investment coming to the Northwest

There's a slight difference between the projects being proposed or constructed today versus the fourth quarter of 2012.

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Summer startup for Red Chris Mine

Summer startup for Red Chris Mine

Wile many mines are proposed for Hwy 37, none are closer to completion than the Red Chris copper and gold mine.
Taking B.C. LNG to the world

Taking B.C. LNG to the world

The eyes of the energy world are on the North Coast as major international companies race to create (LNG) export terminals.
Elementary dear Watson

Elementary dear Watson

The Watson Island Development Corporation hopes to return the former pulp mill to the major economic contributor it once was.
Pellets drive forestry resurgence

Pellets drive forestry resurgence

The forest industry, long the economic backbone of the Northwest, is experiencing a resurgence as demand for lumber in Asia grows.
Mining B.C.'s energy highway

Mining B.C.'s energy highway

While the eyes of the energy export world turn to Prince Rupert and Kitimat, interest from the mining sector is looking north.
Multiple pipeline projects aim to connect B.C.

Multiple pipeline projects aim to connect B.C.

Keeping track of the number of pipelines proposed to move through northwestern B.C. is no easy task.
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