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Could Goldcorp be Buffett's next big buy?
Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway Inc.'s chief executive officer, said the US$204 billion company he built with takeovers and stock picks will continue to grow and that his US$34 billion purchase of Burlington Northern Santa Fe completed in 2010 “will not be ...
Barrick's 'exceptional' performance still fails to impress
It was with a bittersweet tone that Peter Munk, chairman of the world's largest gold company, congratulated his chief executive officer Wednesday for another quarter of stellar results.
Kinross Gold's Mauritanian desert storm
The Tasiast gold mine in the Mauritanian desert was the biggest acquisition in Kinross Gold Corp.'s 19-year existence and one of the biggest takeovers in the history of the gold industry.
Raging wildfire leaves Timmins, Ont. in state of emergency
The fire roughly 30 kilometres outside Timmins has also forced the closure of a gold mine operated by Lake Shore Gold Corp.
Timmins Forest Fire: Rain Could Bring Needed Relief To Threatened Communities  Huffington Post Canada
Ontario moves to open up Far North with $5.1-billion chromite deal
The government of Ontario took a big step toward unearthing the geological treasures of the province's Far North in announcing an investment to develop the first mine in the mineral-rich Ring of Fire.
Budget bill gives Harper cabinet free hand on environmental assessments
The Harper government is giving a wide range of new powers to cabinet ministers to decide the scope of environmental assessments, as it proceeds with an omnibus budget bill that overhauls the way Ottawa will review major resource projects.
Bombardier shares ready for take off?
A dip in Bombardier Inc. shares in recent months has created a situation where investors essentially getting a free option on a few potential catalysts in the aerospace division, according to Walter Spracklin, RBC Capital Markets analyst.
Toronto Stock Exchange Drops More Than 200 Points
Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) faded $1.53 to C$34.40 and Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX) shed 96 cents to $36.71. Blue chips also contributed to the negative showing with the financial sector down 1.2 per cent.
Is China finally confronting its dark history?
China is a country of monuments. The country is dotted with countless memorials and museums dedicated to things enormous and small, from the Nanjing Massacre to the usefulness of tapwater.
RCMP eyed philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre during tense Quebec political upheaval
Canadian spies closely eyed existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, tracking his planned trip to Quebec in support of people arrested during a crackdown on separatist threats, newly released documents show.