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by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Jan 24 2011

The revival of mining in British Columbia was underlined Monday with the release of exploration spending figures for 2010 that were more than double the amount for 2009.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Jan 24 2011

The revival of mining in British Columbia was underlined Monday with the release of exploration spending figures for 2010 that were more than double the amount for 2009.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jan 20 2011

Pyrite, also known as fool's gold, was the stuff of heartbreak for many a gold miner.

Mimicking the look of the precious gold they were after, pyrite was considered essentially worthless. But for the solar energy industry, pyrite just may turn into a pot of gold.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jan 20 2011

Pyrite, also known as fool's gold, was the stuff of heartbreak for many a gold miner.

Mimicking the look of the precious gold they were after, pyrite was considered essentially worthless. But for the solar energy industry, pyrite just may turn into a pot of gold.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jan 20 2011

Pyrite, also known as fool's gold, was the stuff of heartbreak for many a gold miner.

Mimicking the look of the precious gold they were after, pyrite was considered essentially worthless. But for the solar energy industry, pyrite just may turn into a pot of gold.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jan 20 2011

The Provincial government is reporting that over 100 actions have been completed or are underway in response to the March 2009 Working Roundtable on Forestry.

 

Examples of progress in response to roundtable recommendations include:

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jan 20 2011

The Provincial government is reporting that over 100 actions have been completed or are underway in response to the March 2009 Working Roundtable on Forestry.

 

Examples of progress in response to roundtable recommendations include:

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Jan 20 2011

The Provincial government is reporting that over 100 actions have been completed or are underway in response to the March 2009 Working Roundtable on Forestry.

 

Examples of progress in response to roundtable recommendations include:

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 19 2011

The provincial and federal governments have targeted over $4.5 million through the Growing Forward Agreement to support B.C. agricultural producers and processors who want to develop new products, create new processes, and access new markets.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Jan 19 2011

The provincial and federal governments have targeted over $4.5 million through the Growing Forward Agreement to support B.C. agricultural producers and processors who want to develop new products, create new processes, and access new markets.

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