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Panama Court Slams First Quantum’s Unconstitutional Contract

The echoes from the court’s ruling shook the ground as it shattered the fragile peace that lingered over First Quantum's Cobre Panama mine. The court’s marathon deliberations, stretching from Friday through the weekend with a dramatic 12-hour break concluded with a late-night...

First Quantum Faces Panama’s Top Court in Battle Over Mega Mine

The impending decision by Panama’s Supreme Court on the fate of the Cobre Panama mega mine has the global copper market, investors, and Panamanians on edge. Anti-mining protests have brought the country to a standstill in recent weeks, escalating tension and uncertainty. Expectations are...

Fortuna Silver Prevails in Court, San Jose EIA Reinstated

Fortuna Silver, a Canadian mining company, has won another court decision in Mexico regarding the annulment of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for its San Jose mine. The Federal Administrative Court dismissed the allegations in the annulment resolution, allowing Fortuna to have the...

Gitxaala First Nation Seeks Appeal on BC Supreme Court Decision Regarding UNDRIP

The Gitxaala First Nation, along with the Ehattesahet First Nation, recently took their case to court in relation to British Columbia's Mineral Tenure Act. Their primary concern is that mineral claims can be granted within their territories without their consent or knowledge. They...

How a New Court Ruling Could Impact Mining Regulations: Insights from Gold Royalty CEO David Garofalo

The Northern Miner Canadian Mining Symposium in London recently welcomed David Garofalo, the CEO of Gold Royalty (NYSE: GROY) and co-chair of GoldMining (TSX: GOLD; NYSE: GLDG), who shared his thoughts on the implications of a new court ruling on the mining...

Gold Royalty CEO Applauds Court Ruling for Easing Mining Regulations

In a recent interview at The Northern Minerβ€˜s Canadian Mining Symposium, Gold Royalty CEO David Garofalo shared his insights on the implications of a new court ruling that could ease mining regulations. He expressed his belief that governments should minimize their interference...