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Can a New Brunswick mine’s sudden production woes be solved?
Geotechnical issues downgrade production at Caribou mine According to an October 2018 press release, “challenging hanging wall rock mass conditions” have forced Trevali Mining Corporation to slow zinc and lead production at its Caribou mine in Bathurst, New Brunswick. A hanging wall rock mass is ...
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How the digital age is set to transform Atlantic Canada’s offshore oil sector
How Newfoundland's petroleum sector can conquer the digital age
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How a false narrative about natural resources could have long-term impacts on the nation’s economy
A false narrative is destroying natural resources sector investment
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Cooke Aquaculture, J.D. Irving headline our roster of 2019 Industry Excellence Award winners
Cooke Aquaculture has seafood sites across the world, including this enclosure at Cooke’s sea site in Sugarloaf, Newfoundland and Labrador. (Photo courtesy of Cooke Aquaculture) The business world is competitive. Companies are constantly vying to win the favour of customers and shareholders in order to ...
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    In what Husky Energy Inc. CEO Rod Peabody described as a “tough and noisy quarter on many fronts”, much of the noise came from Atlantic Canada. The Calgary-based company released its 2018 fourth quarter and annual results on Tuesday (Feb. 26) and the results were not pretty on a number of fronts. For example, its $1.3 billion ...