Resources Quarterly, Fall 2013

Peterborough Forestry Club 1950'sIt is our pleasure to announce that the Fall issue of Resources Quarterly, for 2013, is now online at www.ResourcesQuarterly.com.  You may view the issue directly by clicking here.

In this issue, we take a special look at the Red Lake mining district and includes features on the Municipality of Red Lake and an interview with Mayor Phil Vinet, a look at the junior gold exploration company Rupert Resources and a piece on Northern Iron Corp. which is seeking to restart the Griffith Iron Mine.

We spoke with venture capital company Pangaea Ventures who specialise in energy and advanced materials.

From the waters, we’ve included an article on the recovery of the Louisiana shrimp industry as experienced through the redevelopment of the port of West Cameron, LA, which is the eight largest commercial port by volume in the United States.  Following up on our last issue’s discussion of aquaculture standards we also look the recent awarding of three stars (BAP) for best practices to Marine Harvest Canada and our cover story is the 25th anniversary of Badger Bay Mussel Farms and their Iceberg Select brand of farmed mussels, which along with other Newfoundland growers, recently achieved organic status (a first in North America.)

Lastly, 4-H Canada is celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2013 and we explore the contributions they’ve made to the experience, learning and benefit of Canada’s young people, especially in the realms of agriculture and resources.

Visit our website for the free digital edition or purchase hard copies through our library on MagCloud.