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It was on the plane ride home to Moncton in 2007 that Maritime Hydraulic’s president and CEO Kim Carruthers started to worry about a deal he had just signed with ATP Oil and Gas [more...]
It was on the plane ride home to Moncton in 2007 that Maritime Hydraulic’s president and CEO Kim Carruthers started to worry about a deal he had just signed with ATP Oil and Gas [more...]
Every region in Canada has industries that are the foundation of their economies. Fishing is a mainstay in Atlantic Canada. Farming and oil and gas drive [more...]
Every region in Canada has industries that are the foundation of their economies. Fishing is a mainstay in Atlantic Canada. Farming and oil and gas drive [more...]
For a province that relies so heavily on the petroleum sector, we have a responsibility to be well versed on how the industry works in our community and how related public policy is formed [more...]
For a province that relies so heavily on the petroleum sector, we have a responsibility to be well versed on how the industry works in our community and how related public policy is formed [more...]

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  • Sisson mine finally gets federal approval
    The proposed Sisson tungsten and molybdenum mine near Stanley, New Brunswick has cleared another regulatory hurdle. On Friday (June 23), the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency announced the environmental assessment of the project had been completed. The proponent, Vancouver-based Northcliff Resources Ltd., has been trying to move the project along for quite some time. The New Brunswick government is ...