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Teck has reported increased Chinese interest in its product. (File photo)

Teck sees more interest from Chinese steelmaking coal buyers

China is currently imposing bans on importing Australian coal

 

Minister of Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson speaks via video link during a press conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on May 14, 2020. The federal government has announced it will join in an environmental assessment of a major expansion to proposed southern British Columbia coal mine. A spokeswoman for Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says the decision was made after analyzing the potential of Teck Resources’ Castle project to cause adverse effects within areas of federal jurisdiction. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick

Federal government to join assessment of Teck coal mine expansion in B.C.

Contamination was a main concern of eight interveners who asked Ottawa to assist B.C. in reviewing the expansion

 

North Coal is proposing the Michel Coal Project, a metallurgical coal mine that may one day be located just 15 kilometres southeast of Sparwood. Photo Submitted

Participant funding available for Michel Coal Project assessment

The proposed coal mine would be located about 15 kilometres southeast of Sparwood, B.C.

 

Teck’s Natal West pit in British Columbia’s Elk Valley. File Photo

Teck announces Line Creek collective agreement

The new collective agreement replaces another that expired on May 31, 2019

Teck’s Natal West pit in British Columbia’s Elk Valley. File Photo
Interior Health is working closely with Teck to monitor their mines and work camps in the Elk Valley. File Photo

Teck working with Interior Health to ensure safety

Interior Health is monitoring Teck mines and work camps in the Elk Valley

Interior Health is working closely with Teck to monitor their mines and work camps in the Elk Valley. File Photo
Teck will be cutting its work force by up to 50 per cent to respond to coronavirus concerns. File Photo

Teck reducing Elk Valley work force by up to 50 per cent

The mining company will be reducing their crews across B.C. and Alberta as a response to coronavirus

Teck will be cutting its work force by up to 50 per cent to respond to coronavirus concerns. File Photo
Teck will require all employees at Fording River to take two weeks vacation in August of this year. File Photo.

Teck announces mandatory vacation shutdowns

Employees at the Fording River Operations will be affected by the shutdowns

Teck will require all employees at Fording River to take two weeks vacation in August of this year. File Photo.
The Castle Project would see production at Fording River Operations expanded. File Photo

Castle Project to expand Teck Coal operations

The Castle Project would be an expansion at Teck’s Fording River Operations

The Castle Project would see production at Fording River Operations expanded. File Photo