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Eagle Hill Exploration, Oban Mining, Ryan Gold, and Corona Gold File Circulars Regarding Shareholder Votes on Business Combination

July 29, 2015 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Eagle Hill Exploration Corporation (TSX-V: EAG) (“Eagle Hill”), Oban Mining Corporation (TSX: OBM) (“Oban”), Ryan Gold Corp. (TSX-V: RYG) (“Ryan”) and Corona Gold Corporation (CNX: CRG) (“Corona” and, together with Oban, Eagle Hill and Ryan, the “Parties”) are pleased to announce that, further to the press releases […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 201595 Views

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Northwest B.C. rock quarry promises more communication – Terrace Standard

Jul 30, 2015 COMPLAINTS ABOUT the noise and effects of blasting at the Kitsumkalum First Nation’s rock quarry just west of Terrace have resulted in promises to do more to let people know when the work takes place. “Experts and workers at the Kalum rock quarry take every measure to mitigate ground vibration and noise. […]

by ahnationtalk on July 30, 2015128 Views

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Catalyst reports Q2 results

Press Releases July 28, 2015 Richmond, (BC) –Catalyst Paper (TSX:CYT)  today reported second quarter financial results, which were negatively impacted by a number of significant, one-time events.  Despite these events, operational initiatives are tracking well, positioning the company to deliver significantly improved results. Adjusted earnings before tax, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) was negative $19.2 million, […]

by ahnationtalk on July 29, 2015393 Views

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Housing program from Xolhemet changing lives in Chilliwack – Chilliwack Progress

Jul 28, 2015 People sometimes couch-surf at Melvin Henry’s place, just to have somewhere to stay for the night. What a turn-around. Henry, 56, remembers when all he needed was a couch for the night. These days he’s settling in nicely to his own cosy little apartment in downtown Chilliwack. “I needed somewhere I could […]

by ahnationtalk on July 29, 2015148 Views

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BC first nation postpones vote on natural gas facility – CTV

July 28, 2015 SQUAMISH, B.C. — The Squamish First Nation has delayed a vote on a proposed $1.6 billion liquefied natural gas plant in its traditional territory while it negotiates with the project’s backers during an unprecedented environmental review. The nation says its independent assessment is the first of its kind in British Columbia because […]

by ahnationtalk on July 29, 2015138 Views

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Names of new BC Ferries honour aboriginal heritage – Surrey Leader

Jul 28, 2015 Three new BC Ferries vessels that start arriving next year will bear the names Salish Orca, Salish Raven and Salish Eagle. The names announced Tuesday in Victoria honour the aboriginal heritage of the Coast Salish people and the Salish Sea through which the vessels will sail. The Salish Orca is to begin […]

by ahnationtalk on July 29, 2015175 Views

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Industrial land shortage threatens local economy – Business in Vancouver

July 28, 2015 Entire Metro Vancouver inventory could be gone within four years, analysts warn Four years after a Metro Vancouver report warned that the region would run out of industrial land by 2020, that timeline appears to have been pushed forward. Since 2013, due largely to demand for big distribution warehouses for e-commerce retailers, […]

by ahnationtalk on July 29, 2015171 Views

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Tuition-Free Leadership Course for Aboriginal Women – CJFW

7/27/2015 A non-profit organization is now accepting applications for a tuition-free course in Prince Rupert. The course will teach leadership and development skills. But there’s just one catch – you need to be a woman. Come October, Prince Rupert’s Northwest Community College campus will house a leadership development course for Aboriginal women. The tuition-free program […]

by ahnationtalk on July 28, 2015252 Views

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Alexis Creek First Nation creates energy drink with local ingredients – CBC

Jul 27, 2015 ‘Crazy Horse’ contains rose hips and Saskatoon berries The Alexis Creek First Nation in B.C.’s central interior has come up with an energetic idea to create economic growth in their community. Crazy Horse is an energy drink made with ingredients that the First Nations community has used for centuries — rose hips […]

by ahnationtalk on July 28, 2015451 Views

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Underground gold miner ordered to stop production by BC gov’t – Mining.com

July 27, 2015 Banks Island Gold says it is in ongoing discussions with the Ministry of Environment after the company’s Yellow Giant Gold Project was ordered to cease production due to pollution spills. Earlier this month the company received a pollution abatement order due to “. . . a spill of water with sedimentation which […]

by ahnationtalk on July 28, 2015331 Views

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