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Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  The lingering contamination from the three Alberta mines shows the stakes are high, said Donahue. "These pollution problems have persisted long after the closure of coal mines."

Alberta cancels controversial coal leases, but mining

2021-1-19  Since the policy was rescinded, the Alberta Energy Regulator has allowed coal exploration on lands Smith and Blades use to graze their cattle, Harrison said. At the same time, companies including Australia’s Atrum have been pushing forward with plans for open-pit coal mines in regions previously protected as category 2 lands.

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  Contaminant from coal mines already high in some Alberta rivers: unreported data. By Bob Weber The Canadian Press Posted January 25, 2021 9:28 am . Updated January 25, 2021 10:18 am.

Mountaintop Removal Coal Mines Regulations in

2021-1-18  Coal Mines Alberta Narwhal Then, in December, Alberta accepted offers from Australian coal companies to mine nearly a dozen parcels of land spanning close to

Alberta is planning new mountaintop-removal coal

Coal mines like this one, using mountaintop-removal mining techniques, are being proposed in the eastern slopes of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. Mountaintop-removal coal mining, as seen here at Teck Resources’ Fording River operations in Elk Valley, just across the Alberta-B.C. border, is a form of surface mining that strips large portions of

Alberta Mine Map — Careers in Coal

Permitted and/or Operating . 1. Gregg River, operated by Westmoreland and located in Alberta’s historic Coal Branch on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains, approximately 43 kilometres south of Hinton. 2. Grande Cache, operated by Grande Cache Coal (GCC). Surface and Underground mines located in the Smoky River Coalfield, produces metallurgical coal for the steel industry and holds 14

Alberta country stars fight Rocky Mountain coal mines

2021-1-14  CALGARY (660 NEWS) One Alberta Country star is getting backing from another in his battle against coal mining. Paul Brandt says Corb Lund is right — this is a big deal and a bad deal. Lund has come out in opposition to the province’s move to allow coal mines

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  EDMONTON — Some Alberta rivers and streams have already been heavily contaminated by coal mining, unreported government data suggests.. The province's plan for large-scale expansion of the industry is fuelling widespread criticism that includes concerns over selenium pollution. The data shows that same contaminant has been found for years at high levels downstream of three mines and

Stop Crowsnest Mines

Protecting the Alberta Rockies from open pit coal mining. The Stop Crowsnest Mines Organization is an independent group that wants to STOP all the proposed open pit coal mines in the Crowsnest Pass and the Eastern Slope of the Alberta Rockies. We want to preserve the Alberta Rockies for future generations.

Alberta rescinds decades-old policy that banned open

2020-5-22  Alberta is cancelling blanket environmental protections that have been in place since the 1970s and making it easier to develop open-pit coal mines in some of the province's most ecologically

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  Contaminant from coal mines already high in some Alberta rivers: unreported data. By Bob Weber The Canadian Press Posted January 25, 2021 9:28 am . Updated January 25, 2021 10:18 am.

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  The lingeringcontamination from the three Alberta mines shows thestakes are high, said Donahue. “These pollution problems have persisted long after the closure of coal mines.”

Alberta response to uproar over coal mining on

2021-1-19  Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage said yesterday coal leases from the Kenney Government’s controversial December 2020 auction have been cancelled, but this does not mean as some news media reported that the province has reversed its plan to expand coal mining on the Eastern Slopes of the Rocky Mountains.. To say it was unpopular to sell a 15-year lease for 1,853 hectares of

Mountaintop Removal Coal Mines Regulations in

2021-1-18  Coal Mines Alberta Narwhal Then, in December, Alberta accepted offers from Australian coal companies to mine nearly a dozen parcels of land spanning close to

Alberta is planning new mountaintop-removal coal

Coal mines like this one, using mountaintop-removal mining techniques, are being proposed in the eastern slopes of Alberta’s Rocky Mountains. Mountaintop-removal coal mining, as seen here at Teck Resources’ Fording River operations in Elk Valley, just across the Alberta-B.C. border, is a form of surface mining that strips large portions of

Alberta scraps coal-mining leases in face of public

2021-1-19  The Alberta government has cancelled all 11 coal mining leases it signed in December, but a controversial project in the scenic foothills of the Rocky Mountains will continue to make its way

Alberta country stars fight Rocky Mountain coal mines

2021-1-14  CALGARY (660 NEWS) One Alberta Country star is getting backing from another in his battle against coal mining. READ MORE: Alberta musician Corb Lund comes out against proposed coal mines in Rocky Mountains Paul Brandt says Corb Lund is right — this is a big deal and a bad deal.

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  EDMONTON — Some Alberta rivers and streams have already been heavily contaminated by coal mining, unreported government data suggests.. The province's plan for large-scale expansion of the industry is fuelling widespread criticism that includes concerns over selenium pollution. The data shows that same contaminant has been found for years at high levels downstream of three mines and

The Farce of New Coal Mines — Albertans for a coal

By approving coal mines under the current MFSP, Alberta is choosing not to act on climate change now. But it also means that if Alberta later chooses to take any action on climate change that reduces the value of Albertan coal, the MFSP will fail to collect sufficient security and leave Albertans to

Top active coal mines in Canada Mining & Energy

2021-1-26  Thermal coal, on the other hand, is used for heat and power production, and tends to come from the peat, lignite and sub-bituminous ranges of coal. These are the top active coal mines currently operating in Canada: Cardinal River Operations. Location: 42 kilometres south of Hinton, Alberta. Owner: Teck. Annual production: 2 million tonnes

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  The lingeringcontamination from the three Alberta mines shows thestakes are high, said Donahue. “These pollution problems have persisted long after the closure of coal mines.”

Coal mine contamination already high in some Alberta

2021-1-25  Some Alberta rivers and streams have already been heavily contaminated by coal mining, unreported government data suggests.. The province's plan for large-scale expansion of the industry is fuelling widespread criticism that includes concerns over selenium pollution. The data shows that same contaminant has been found for years at high levels downstream of three mines and never publicly

Alberta scraps coal-mining leases in face of public

2021-1-19  The Alberta government has cancelled all 11 coal mining leases it signed in December, but a controversial project in the scenic foothills of the Rocky Mountains will continue to make its way

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  EDMONTON — Some Alberta rivers and streams have already been heavily contaminated by coal mining, unreported government data suggests.. The province’s plan for large-scale expansion of the industry is fuelling widespread criticism that includes concerns over selenium pollution. The data shows that same contaminant has been found for years at high levels downstream of three mines and

Contaminant from coal mines already high in some

2021-1-25  Since at least the late 1990s, Alberta Environment has monitored water upstream and downstream from the Luscar, Gregg River and Cheviot mines. Cheviot, owned by Teck Resources, still operates. The Gregg River and Luscar operations closed in 2000 and 2003, respectively. Gregg River, now managed by Coal Valley Resources, is considered reclaimed.

Alberta awards 11 coal leases in SW Alberta for $36 a

2020-12-18  In 2016, they purchased two coal mine projects in the area: Tent Mountain (just west of Castle Wildland Provincial Park) and Chinook Project in the Crowsnest Pass. Both projects were coal mines previously. Coal leases in Alberta last for 15 years but are renewable. They grant the lease holder the exclusive right to win, work, and recover coal.

Alberta loosens restrictions and protesting coal mines:

Alberta’s United Conservative government has revoked a 1976 policy that kept coal mines out of the mountains and eastern slopes of the Rockies. One mine is under review and vast areas of the mountains have been leased for exploration.

Alberta country stars fight Rocky Mountain coal mines

2021-1-14  CALGARY (660 NEWS) One Alberta Country star is getting backing from another in his battle against coal mining. READ MORE: Alberta musician Corb Lund comes out against proposed coal mines in Rocky Mountains Paul Brandt says Corb Lund is right — this is a big deal and a bad deal.

The Farce of New Coal Mines — Albertans for a coal

By approving coal mines under the current MFSP, Alberta is choosing not to act on climate change now. But it also means that if Alberta later chooses to take any action on climate change that reduces the value of Albertan coal, the MFSP will fail to collect sufficient security and leave Albertans to

5 questions about Alberta's coal policy Calgary Herald

2021-1-21  The companies that are proposing new coal mines for Alberta aim to produce metallurgical coal, which wouldn’t be used domestically but would be