Canadian Mining Journal



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    PureGold drills ‘bonanza-grade’ in Red Lake

    October 27, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    As developer Pure Gold Mining prepares its PureGold mine for a first gold pour by year-end, the company has reported high-grade intercepts from its 30,000-metre infill and stepout program. These latest results include both surface and underground drilling. Surface exploration

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    Galway doubles strike of Richard zone at Clarence Stream in NB

    October 26, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Drilling at Galway Metals’ Clarence Stream gold project in New Brunswick, has more than doubled the strike of the Richard zone to over 900 metres, from 400 metres previously. The company has released assay results for holes completed along the

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    Tudor Gold continues to report strong intercepts from Treaty Creek

    October 26, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Tudor Gold has released assay results for nine holes drilled at its 60%-owned Treaty Creek project in northwestern B.C. These intercepts expand the Goldstorm system mineralization to the northeast and southeast, and at depth. After incorporating the latest results, the

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    Kodiak continues to report long copper-gold intercepts from MPD project in BC

    October 22, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Kodiak Copper has released complete assay results for hole MPD-20-004 (after reporting partial assays in September) and new assays for drillhole MPD-20-002, which were completed at the Gate zone within its wholly owned MPD project. These latest intercepts indicate a

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    JV Article: Appia Energy advances its rare earths project in Saskatchewan

    October 22, 2020 by Northern Miner Staff

    Appia Energy is finding the types of REEs that are in demand, and in quantities that can be profitably produced, at its Alces Lake property in northern Saskatchewan. After the September announcement by the Government of Saskatchewan that it would

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    Battle North feasibility outlines high-margin gold mine at Bateman

    October 21, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    A feasibility study on Battle North Gold’s Bateman project in Ontario’s Red Lake district has defined a 7-year, 1,315 t/d underground operation. This development features a 21-month construction and ramp-up period, which includes 14 months of gold production offsetting some

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    Sun Metals drills 40.4 metres of 3.34% copper-equivalent at Stardust in BC

    October 21, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Sun Metals has announced assay results for drillholes completed at its wholly owned Stardust project in north-central B.C. These intercepts confirm continuous high-grade copper-gold mineralization over 900 metres down-plunge, continuous between the Canyon Creek and deeper 421 zone at the

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    Amex reports highest gold grades yet at Perron’s Denise zone

    October 21, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Amex Exploration has hit the highest grades yet at the Denise zone at its Perron project in northwest Quebec, with the latest results returning 39.6 metres of 9.36 g/t gold from 292 metres depth. The intersection, in hole 192, also

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    Talisker adds drills at Bralorne gold project in B.C.

    October 20, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Talisker Resources has expanded the drill program at its past-producing Bralorne gold project, 248 km northeast of Vancouver, B.C., for the second time this year, based on encouraging results. The junior has added 5,000 metres to its planned drill campaign

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    Benchmark drills broad and high-grade intercepts at AGB zone within Lawyers

    October 20, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    The most recent drill results from the AGB zone within Benchmark Metals’ Lawyers project in British Columbia hit broad and high-grade intervals of near-surface gold-silver mineralization. This drilling has expanded the AGB zone to the west, to over 600 metres

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    Rockcliff completes earn-in on Bur property in Manitoba

    October 20, 2020 by Canadian Mining Journal

    Developer Rockcliff Metals has met the required exploration spend to earn a 100% interest in the 39.8-sq.-km Bur copper-zinc property in Manitoba, 28 km from the town of Snow Lake. To earn this stake, Rockcliff spent approximately $3 million on

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    Copper snapshot: Eight companies with promising assets

    October 20, 2020 by Magda Gardner

    With rising prices, a favourable supply-demand outlook and few new mines in development, investors are paying close attention to copper. Here are eight companies developing the next generation of projects. Arizona Metals Arizona Metals (TSXV: AMC) wholly owns the Kay