Home
Search results “Yellowhead mining vavenby bc”
YellowHead Mining Profile
 
10:10
YellowHead Mining is a Vancouver based company developing a large copper, gold and silver deposit at Vavenby, BC.
Views: 611 Gordon Loverin
Payroll and tax revenue for two decades
 
01:02
Ron Handford of Yellowhead Mining speaks about tax revenue expected from the mining project near Vavenby, BC. With an estimated life of 22 years, Yellowhead Mining would pay about a billion dollars in provincial and federal taxes from this project..
Views: 55 ProvinceofBC
BRODY AND ME LETS DANCE
 
03:36
Check out our Site!! http://www.everythingdirtbikes.com/ Taking my son on an off road motorcycle ride In this video Brody takes his first roll down Harmon Hill in Vavenby BC, 2010 Jason McColl, Brody Lee McColl
Views: 939 jason mccoll
Canfor Vavenby
 
00:40
20inch A-type to 10inch sawbox
Views: 215 gpfixall
Nordegg to Hinton, Alberta - Highway 93 through Jasper - Time Lapse
 
09:18
Nordegg to Hinton on Hwy 93 - Fall 2014. The Rocky Mountains is always a nice drive, the scenery is breathtaking. If you get a chance to go then go !! Nordegg is a hamlet in west-central Alberta, Canada within Clearwater County.[1] It is located in the North Saskatchewan River valley in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, just east of the intersection of the David Thompson Highway and the Highway 734 spur of the Bighorn Highway (the Forestry Trunk Road). A former coal-mining town, it was named after Martin Nordegg and the name probably means "North Corner" in a German dialect. Hinton is a town in west-central Alberta, Canada. It is located in Yellowhead County, 81 kilometres (50 mi) northeast of Jasper and about 284 kilometres (176 mi) west of Alberta's capital city, Edmonton, at the intersection of Yellowhead and Bighorn Highway, in the Athabasca River valley. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
Views: 188 MyUtubeProject
VAVENBY BACK ROAD
 
05:34
Check out our Site!! http://www.everythingdirtbikes.com/ Riding home after an awesome day ripping with the Edwards
Views: 329 jason mccoll
Canfor Vavenby
 
01:07
Sorter to stacker
Views: 186 gpfixall
Trunk Road - Nordegg to Coalspur, Alberta - Hwy 734 & 40 - Timelapse
 
04:08
Trunk road from Nordegg to Coalspur turnoff, Alberta. On my way to Hinton, I could have taken the nice paved road but adventure awaits. Part way in I was debating turning around as it was fog, rain, and lots of mud. Almost ditched it a few times. Was I glad to see pavement! Will have to get another video of this road in the dry summer as there is some nice views of the back country. Nordegg is a hamlet in west-central Alberta, Canada within Clearwater County.[1] It is located in the North Saskatchewan River valley in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies, just east of the intersection of the David Thompson Highway and the Highway 734 spur of the Bighorn Highway (the Forestry Trunk Road). A former coal-mining town, it was named after Martin Nordegg and the name probably means "North Corner" in a German dialect. Coalspur was established during the construction of the Alberta Coal Branch, a spur line of the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway (later the Canadian National Railway) during 1911-1912. Located where the east and west lines diverged, it was home to the railroad construction camp and became a transport hub with a roundhouse and repair shops. It later became the headquarters for the Brazeau Forest Reserve and the Alberta Provincial Police.[1] Soon after the railroad arrived in 1912, a group of British financiers founded the Yellowhead Pass Coal and Coke Company.[2] The original Yellowhead Mine near Coalspur employed 70 men, produced 500 tons of coal per day, and sustained the small community. At the peak of production the mine employed 400 men.[3] A massive underground fire occurred in 1915[4] and again in 1922. The mine closed in 1923, although other mines in the area continued to operate until the 1950s.[1] One of the earliest oil wells in the central Alberta foothills was drilled near Coalspur. In 1924 Imperial Oil sank a test well near the community, and discovered a significant flow of natural gas that was used to heat boilers in the mining camp. No commercial quantity of petroleum was found however, and drilling ceased near Coalspur,[5] although several natural gas fields were later discovered in the Coal Branch area.[1] The population throughout the Coal Branch area declined during the 1950s as the railroads replaced steam locomotives with diesel, and the mines closed due to lack of markets. The Coalspur post office, which opened in 1914, closed in 1963. Today the community is home to a dozen or so residents.
Views: 1482 MyUtubeProject
Canfor Vavenby
 
00:44
lugloader fastfence sorter
Views: 187 gpfixall
RIDE VAVENBY (Local Boys) Chapter 7
 
09:40
Check out our Site!! http://www.everythingdirtbikes.com/ Chapter 7 of 100 Ripping around Vavenby with the Local boys 2010 Garth Cook,Dane Flegel,Dakota Flegel & Jason McColl
Views: 374 jason mccoll
Revitalizing North Thompson valley
 
00:58
Ron Handford of Yellowhead Mining talks about the economic impact a major mining project will have on the economy of the North Thompson valley in British Columbia.
Views: 73 ProvinceofBC
2010 SPRING BREAK (VISITING THE BLUFF)PT 2
 
09:56
Check out our Site!! http://www.everythingdirtbikes.com/ Scott Edwards,Hugh Graffunder ,Ryan Graffunder and myself visit the Bluff. A sweet technical loop at the top of a local mountain.Part 2 of 1 Filmed in the spring of 2010 KTM 300 RMZ450 YZ250 KX250 Thanks for the stars!: )
Views: 623 jason mccoll
Waterslide at Hinton Holiday Inn. July 26, 2013.
 
00:13
This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Views: 308 Jeffrey Nachtigall

A sample annotated bibliography in mla format
Sample cover letter for mortgage application
No paper writing service
Civil service essay writing
Sample cover letters for employment gaps in resumes