The British Columbia Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation originated in the early 1970's, in response to a demonstrated need in BC for greater government-industry communications in the area of environmental protection and reclamation associated with mining.
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Report: 35th Annual Mine Reclamation Awards

Report: 35th Annual Mine Reclamation Awards

35 years ago, the BC TRCR established awards to recognize outstanding achievement in mine reclamation in British Columbia which includes reclamation successes through category awards for metal mining, coal mining, sand and gravel, quarries, placer mining and mineral and coal... more
Mine Reclamation Award Winners Announced

Mine Reclamation Award Winners Announced

Vancouver, B.C. – The British Columbia Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation (TRCR) presented the 35th annual B.C. Mine Reclamation Awards on Wednesday, November 30, 2011. more
2011 Jake McDonald Memorial Scholarship Recipients

2011 Jake McDonald Memorial Scholarship Recipients

In 2011, two scholarships were awarded to the following students: Paul Antonelli – Thompson Rivers University, 4th year undergraduate student year in Natural Resource Sciences Jordan Clark – University of Victoria, 4th year undergraduate student in Earth Sciences   More... more
2011 Science Fair Award Winner

2011 Science Fair Award Winner

Yulian “Kevin” Shi ,from Sir Winston Churchill Secondary whose project was titled – Marvelous Mites, the effects of food combinations on C. Lactis reproduction, received the 2011 Science Fair Award. more
Reception: 2010 Mine Reclamation Awards

Reception: 2010 Mine Reclamation Awards

For over thirty years, the BC TRCR established a Reclamation Award to recognize outstanding achievement in mine reclamation in BC. In addition to this major award, specific awards are given by category to recognize merit in mining reclamation in Coal... more
Mine Closure 2011 + 35th Annual TRCR Symposium "A Success"

Mine Closure 2011 + 35th Annual TRCR Symposium “A Success”

Over 600 delegates from 30 countries attended the 6th annual Mine Closure conference at the historic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta Sept. 18-21, 2011. more
BC TRCR Supports Local Fish Hatchery

BC TRCR Supports Local Fish Hatchery

Port Hardy, B.C. – The British Columbia Technical and Research Committee on Reclamation (TRCR) is pleased to make a donation to support the Quatse River Fish Hatchery, located just outside of Port Hardy. The TRCR is contributing $1,900 plus taxes... more
Lake Louise, Alberta: host to TRCR Symposium and Mine Closure 2011

Lake Louise, Alberta: host to TRCR Symposium and Mine Closure 2011

The 35th Annual TRCR Symposia to run in collaboration with the 6th Int'l Mine Closure Conference in Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada from Sept 17-22, 2011. more