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Northern Empire rises again with an eye on Alaskan gold

VANCOUVER — The management team at Northern Empire Resources (TSXV: NM; US-OTC: PSPGF) believe it’s an opportune time to get back into the project generation game, and that the early stage Richardson gold project in...



VANCOUVER — The management team at Northern Empire Resources (TSXV: NM; US-OTC: PSPGF) believe it’s an opportune time to get back into the project generation game, and that the early stage Richardson gold project in Alaska’s Tintina gold belt is a great place to start.

The company is a reimagining of a vehicle that is likely familiar to those involved in the diamond business. Northern Empire Minerals originally made headlines via a merger with Stornoway Diamonds (TSXV: SWY; US-OTC: SWYDF) back in mid-2003 that effectively consolidated the Aviat project on Nunavut’s Melville Peninsula.

And the newly minted version of Northern Empire is, in fact, another venture for geologist John Robins and his Aurora Resource’s team, which is currently advancing Kaminak Gold‘s (TSXV: KAM; US-OTC: KMKGF) multi-million ounce Coffee gold deposit towards production.

Read the complete article at NorthernMiner.com/news/northern-empire