Commerce Resources’ TSXV:CCE Ashram rare earths deposit in Quebec has its finances strengthened with a $3.5-million private placement that closed December 22….
Increasing concern about supply has some of the world’s top jewelry companies looking for stakes in diamond mines….
Undercover officers from a New Jersey cash-for-gold task force found violations in nearly half the stores they checked, Rapaport News reported December 19….
British Columbia’s premier is “attracted to ephemeral schemes.” The more than $8-billion budget for B.C.’s Site C hydroelectric dam looks like another of the province’s “slippery estimates.”
An $8.335-billion hydroelectric dam in British Columbia got the go-ahead December 16, drawing praise from the mining industry….
Proponents of the world’s largest diamond mining development project have signed an impact benefit agreement with a Northwest Territories Metis band….
Production from the world’s largest supplier of natural graphite dropped to a record low in 2014, according to a December note from Benchmark Mineral Intelligence….
Among the interesting details from a report released this week by Bain & Company is the huge discrepancy between rough and polished diamond production….
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