Canadian Mining Journal

Sabina Gold & Silver Corp

  • News

    Sabina updates feasibility on 15-year ‘world-class’ project in Nunavut

    February 25, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Sabina Gold & Silver (TSX: SBB) has released an updated feasibility study on a combined open pit and underground development at the Goose property within its Back River gold project in Nunavut, 520 km northeast of Yellowknife. The engineering study

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    Sabina grows Back River resources ahead of feasibility update

    January 20, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Developer Sabina Gold & Silver has released an updated resource for its Back River gold project in Nunavut, which shows resource growth in both the measured and indicated and inferred categories. Updated measured and indicated resources now total 33.5 million

  • News

    Sabina expands Back River gold zones

    December 8, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    As developer Sabina Gold and Silver prepares to release a feasibility study on its Goose mine gold project in Nunavut in the first quarter, the company has also released eight final drillhole assays from its 8,000-metre program at the Goose

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    Sabina advances Goose feasibility and resource for Q1 release

    December 2, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Developer Sabina Gold & Silver has provided an update on the progress of a feasibility study (UFS) and resource for the proposed Goose mine within its wholly owned Back River gold project in Nunavut. The updated feasibility and resource estimate

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    Sabina advances engineering for Back River ahead of Q1 feasibility update

    November 12, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    As it works towards an updated resource estimate and feasibility study for its Back River gold project in Nunavut, Sabina Gold & Silver is going ahead with detailed engineering for the process plant and other infrastructure. The Vancouver-based junior has

  • Sabina Gold stock up on Back River drill results

    September 3, 2020 by MINING.COM Staff

      Sabina Gold & Silver has released further results from drilling at the Umwelt deposit on its Back River project in Nunavut. Two new holes were drilled in the upper portions of the high-grade corridor at Umwelt underground. One of

  • Feature

    Pure Gold poised for production

    August 1, 2020 by Alisha Hiyate

    Pure Gold readies for production in Red Lake; plus five other gold projects we’re watching.

  • GOLD: Sabina expands drill program at Back River

    July 8, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    VANCOUVER – Sabina Gold & Silver is back at work at its Back River gold project in Nunavut, with an expanded 8,500-metre drill program planned at the 8-km-long Goose property. The junior demobilized its exploration camp staff at the project,

  • COVID-19: Coronavirus impacts spread across mining sector

    March 19, 2020 by Alisha Hiyate and Magda Gardner

    As the world seemingly moves into lockdown to halt the transmission of the novel COVID-19 virus, the uncertainty and restrictions on movement are taking a toll on markets and commodities. After initially benefiting from uncertainty around the virus and peaking

  • News

    Sabina adds new discoveries to Back River in Nunavut

    December 4, 2018 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Sabina Gold & Silver’s (TSX: SBB) Back River project is already expected to produce an average of 198,000 oz. of gold a year over an initial mine life of 12 years at all-in sustaining costs of US$620 per oz. gold.

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    GOLD: Sabina to advance Back River to permitting phase

    July 19, 2017 by Canadian Mining Journal

    NUNAVUT – The Nunavut Impact Review Board has recommended to the Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada that the Back River gold project should proceed to the licensing phase. Vancouver-based Sabina Gold and Silver owns 100% of the project

  • ECONOMY: Canada’s territories on diverging GDP paths: Conference Board of Canada

    September 22, 2016 by John Cumming, The Northern Miner

    It’s tough enough to have an economy dependent on commodity cycles, but doubly so in the small economies of Canada’s three territories, where the opening or closing of a single mine can make the difference between a growing or shrinking