Canadian Mining Journal


Gold


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    Gahcho Kué, Brucejack mines grapple with Covid outbreaks

    February 8, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    De Beers and Mountain Province Diamonds have suspended operations at their jointly owned Gahcho Kué diamond mine, 280 km north of Yellowknife, as they work to contain a Covid-19 outbreak that began last week. In addition to two cases in

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    Monarch Mining grows McKenzie Break gold resources

    February 8, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Following last month’s acquisition of Monarch Gold’s Wasamac and Camflo properties by Yamana Gold, spin-out Monarch Mining has released an updated resource estimate for the McKenzie Break property in Quebec, 25 km north of Val-d’Or. McKenzie Break is one of

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    Great Bear zones in on more near-surface gold at Dixie

    February 8, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Great Bear Resources has released new assay data for three drillholes completed on section 19925 as the company moves towards a tighter drill spacing along the LP fault at its Dixie gold project in Red Lake, Ontario. The drill highlights

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    Gatling Exploration’s shift in focus starts to pay off at Larder

    February 8, 2021 by Carl Williams

    Initial assays from Gatling Exploration’s (TSXV: GTR; US-OTC: GATGF) 25,000-metre drill program at its Larder gold project in northern Ontario are validating the company’s decision to shift its exploration strategy to focus on near-surface mineralization, says president and CEO Jason Billan.  The

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    Northisle study outlines 22-year copper-gold mine at North Island in BC

    February 4, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Northisle Copper and Gold (TSX: NCX) has released an updated preliminary economic assessment (PEA) on a 22-year, 75,000 t/d open pit development within its North Island project at the north end of Vancouver Island in B.C. According to the release,

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    SilverCrest releases high-return feasibility for Las Chispas, gives construction go-ahead

    February 3, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Five years after drilling the initial hole at its Las Chispas silver-gold project in Sonora, Mexico, SilverCrest Metals has released a high-margin feasibility for the project. With the feasibility release, SilverCrest’s board has formally approved construction of the 1,250 t/d

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    Newmont establishes Vancouver centre for Indigenous Community Relations

    February 3, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Earlier this week, gold major Newmont launched the Newmont Global Center for Indigenous Community Relations. The Vancouver-based centre at its office in B.C. is part of the company’s work aimed at promoting engagement with Indigenous Peoples and is intended to

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    Aura Minerals to build Almas gold mine in Brazil

    February 3, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    TSX-listed Aura Minerals has decided to build its fifth mine – the Almas gold project in Tocantins state, Brazil – based on the positive results of a recently completed feasibility study. Construction will begin in April, followed by first production

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    Treasury tables PEA on expanded gold project at Goliath

    February 2, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Following last year’s addition of the Goldlund project to the Goliath gold project in northwestern Ontario, Treasury Metals has released an updated preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for the expanded complex. The early-stage study suggests a 5,000 t/d combined open pit

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    Osisko Development drills 8.4 metres of 8.43 g/t gold at Cariboo

    February 2, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    After starting trading on the TSX Venture Exchange in December, Osisko Development has reported its second set of drill results from the conversion drill program underway at the Cariboo gold project in central B.C. The latest results are from the

  • Mud slide at New Gold’s New Afton mine leaves one dead

    February 2, 2021 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    A contract driller at New Gold‘s New Afton mine in British Columbia is presumed dead after a mud rush that occurred overnight. Two New Gold employees also suffered non life-threatening injuries and have received medical attention. All activities at the

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    McEwen shares up on Black Fox update

    February 2, 2021 by MINING.COM Staff

    McEwen Mining has reported progress with the turnaround at its Black Fox mine, in Timmins, Canada. Consultants are working on a preliminary economic assessment to expand production from the current short mine life producing 30 000 oz. a year to