P.E.I. company gives wastewater treatment a makeover with solar-powered systems and poop-eater sensors

Tim Froude

New eOceans software allows scientists and the public to record and share ocean-data in real time

Are sustainability and resource development mutually exclusive for New Brunswick's forestry sector?

Equinor hopes to extract millions of barrels of oil from offshore while keeping as many jobs as possible onshore

A DAY IN THE LIFE
OF GAIL ATKINSON
Co-Owner/Operator/Captain of
an all-female lobster boat crew
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In search of gold, with Heather Campbell
The N.L. Geological Survey collects and publishes baseline geological information the natural resources sector relies on. This is one of the people who make it happen.
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Good as gold
For anyone who’s a regular reader of this column, you’ll know that I’m usually preaching the gospel of black gold. Oil and gas has filled Atlantic Canadian coffers for 30 years and with 90 per cent of N.L.’s offshore jurisdiction yet to be seismic surveyed...
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The little city that could
Bathurst used to be home to the richest zinc-lead mine in the world. Then the mine closed and New Brunswick’s crown jewel lost its lustre. Is there a chance it might shine again?
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The big picture
With resource announcements coming one at a time, it’s easy to forget they’re singular parts of an impressively larger field. Natural Resources Magazine takes a step back to see why international investors are committing billions of dollars to regional developments
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