Oct 28, 2021
In this episode, we are joined by Kyle Prentice and Justin
Osborne who take us through their involvement in the discovery of
the Gruyere deposit.
Oct 13, 2021
The story of Laurentian university closing is a sad one, and there are many reasons why that happened. But one reason suggested by many is the financial pressure that COVID has caused on universities.
In Australia, a number of universities decided to stop their support for geology programs. As a country that relies a...
Oct 3, 2021
“The River ran through the lives of our grandparents; it runs through our lives; it will run through the lives of our grandchildren. A dynamic force masked by a static constancy, the River will speak to those who listen — our land speaks.”
The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) became law in 1971 and with...
Sep 8, 2021
In this episode, we speak to Tony Reda from Tectonic Metals.
Tony is trying to create a company where the non-technical opportunities or risks are just as critical a pillar in the company as identifying the technical opportunities present.
They are trying to do the right thing as early as possible. Tony joined us today...
Aug 25, 2021
The early 90s marked one of the biggest staking rushes in Northwest Territories in northern Canada. A hundred years earlier, people had come pouring into the Canadian north looking for gold. This time around, they were looking for something else... diamonds. At the centre of this new rush was Chuck Fipke and Dia...