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Mar 17, 2013

Canada aboriginal movement poses new threat to miners

TORONTO, March 17 (Reuters) – An aboriginal protest movement
that’s often compared with Occupy Wall Street has the potential
to disrupt mining projects across Canada, threatening to
undermine the country’s coveted reputation for low-risk resource

Idle No More, a grass-roots movement with little centralized
leadership, swept across Canada late last year with the help
social media. Protesters blocked roads and rail lines, and
staged big rallies in the country’s largest cities to press a
sweeping human rights and economic development agenda.

Mar 14, 2013

Molycorp posts loss on writedown, to cut jobs

March 14 (Reuters) – Molycorp Inc said on Thursday
it planned to cut an unspecified number of jobs as it reported a
fourth-quarter loss and booked an impairment charge related to
its 2012 takeover of rare earth processer Neo Material

The miner, hit by lower rare earth prices and higher costs,
said it will take a goodwill impairment charge of $258.3 million
in the fourth quarter related to the $1.3 billion takeover.

Mar 8, 2013

Canada’s Goldcorp to stay focused on gold -CEO

March 8 (Reuters) – Goldcorp Inc, Canada’s
second-largest gold mining company, has no plans to diversify
away from gold into other metals and remains focused on
increasing its gold output, Chief Executive Chuck Jeannes said
on Friday.

Jeannes, speaking at an investor day in Boston, also said
Goldcorp has reviewed its plans in light of costs weighing on
the mining industry and remains focused on managing those costs
while increasing output.

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      "I currently cover mining and minerals out of the Toronto bureau, where I focus on uranium, silver, platinum, lithium and REEs. Prior to moving to the mining sector, I worked as an online editor and video producer for Reuters.com. I started at Reuters as a TV intern in Chile and before that, I freelanced in Eastern Europe and spent eight months living in the Galapagos Islands."
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