Tag Archives: Teck Resources

Big offset on the Prairie

K+S Potash Canada just built Saskatchewan’s first greenfield potash mine in more than 40 years. To ensure no net loss of rare native habitat, it’s also financing the province’s first-ever grassland biodiversity offset
By Brian Banks
March 2nd, 2017

A two-square-kilometre (200-hectare) mine site might not sound massive. But when its construction is earmarked for one of the world’s most threatened ecosystems—the moist mixed grasslands of central Saskatchewan, where more than 80% of the native vegetation has been converted to … Continue reading

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The end of coal?

Face it. Even putting a question mark on that headline is just a technicality. As long as the world needs steel, there will be a cyclical market for metallurgical coal. But when it comes to the business of mining, moving and burning coal for energy, its demise is no longer a matter of if, but when
By John Greenwood
March 4th, 2016

It had been a brutal quarter for Teck Resources Ltd. (TSX:TCK.B) and Don Lindsay, the chief executive, speaking on a scheduled earnings call with analysts in late October was doing his best to put a bright face on things. Although … Continue reading

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Great wild hope

Can a mining giant have a “net positive impact” on biodiversity? A $19-million wilderness lands purchase, in B.C.’s East Kootenay region, wins Teck Resources raves from environmentalists and gives credence to its sustainability aims
By Omar Kahn
February 26th, 2014

Anyone involved in or informed about wildlife conservation and habitat preservation issues and their relationship with resource development in Western Canada will undoubtedly know the name of Harvey Locke. A former Calgary lawyer and, for the past 15 years, a … Continue reading

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