Canadian Mining Journal

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    Plan on Pamour reunion Nov. 22

    October 31, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    The Pamour gold mine started operations in 1936. While it was open, the owners also operated other mines such as the McIntyre, Ross, Hollinger, Night Hawk, and Aunor. The company, having gone bankrupt and closing in 1999, left employees with

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    Commentary: Celebrating a century of mining at Yukon

    January 14, 2019 by Canadian Mining Journal

    It was finding gold at Rabbit Creek and along the riverbeds of the Klondike that forever changed one of the world’s final frontiers — the Yukon Territory — and cemented the region’s roots as an inspiring Canadian mining district. Yukon’s

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    HISTORY: Yellowknife’s Robertson Headframe comes down

    October 31, 2016 by Bill Braden

    Yellowknife: A landmark of Yellowknife’s 70 years of gold mining heritage disappeared at 5 PM Saturday afternoon, when the 25-storey high (76 meter) Robertson Headframe shuddered and toppled in a controlled explosive demolition. The steel tower (the tallest building in