Nickel Mining Canada

  • US Lithium to mine for copper, nickel, cobalt in Canada…

    Shares in US Lithium (OTCMKTS:LITH) went ballistic Friday after the exploration firm announced it had acquired a copper, nickel, cobalt project in Canada’s Saskatchewan. Demand for lithium and cobalt has increased significantly in the past two years thanks to the growing production of electric and ...

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    Nickel mining news. Explore related Nickel articles for more information on the Nickel mining industry.

  • Nickel mining in New Caledonia - Wikipedia

    Nickel mining in New Caledonia is a major sector of the New Caledonian economy. The islands contain about 7,100,000 tonnes of nickel which is about 10% of the world's nickel reserves [citation needed].

  • Nickel - Vale

    Where? We have nickel mine and operations in Brazil, Canada, Indonesia, and New Caledonia as well as fully-owned and joint venture refineries in China, South Korea, Japan, the U.K. and Taiwan.

  • Big Nickel - Wikipedia

    The Big Nickel is a nine-metre (30 ft) replica of a 1951 Canadian nickel, located at the grounds of the Dynamic Earth science museum in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.The twelve-sided nickel is located on a small hill overlooking the intersection of Municipal Road 55 and Big Nickel Drive at the westernmost end of the Gatchell neighbourhood.

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  • NAME CHANGE: Xstrata Canada becomes Glencore Canada ...

    TORONTO – Glencore Xstrata plc subsidiary, Xstrata Canada Corp., announced that effective July 30, 2013, it has changed its name to Glencore Canada Corporation.

  • NAME CHANGE: Xstrata Canada becomes Glencore Canada ...

    TORONTO – Glencore Xstrata plc subsidiary, Xstrata Canada Corp., announced that effective July 30, 2013, it has changed its name to Glencore Canada Corporation.

  • NAME CHANGE: Xstrata Canada becomes Glencore Canada ...

    TORONTO – Glencore Xstrata plc subsidiary, Xstrata Canada Corp., announced that effective July 30, 2013, it has changed its name to Glencore Canada Corporation.