Revenues, employment and commodity prices are up in B.C.'s mining industryby Peter Caulfield
What we constantly see when interviewing individuals for stories in Mining & Exploration is that the people in the exploration industry are an optimistic bunch. These passionate prospectors confess that this character trait is essential to the job—they must bash a lot of rocks before they hit pay dirt. But for them, it’s the thrill of discovery that drives them—and their excitement is contagious.
Recent Exploration articles
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Search Minerals chief geologist and vice-president of exploration, Randy Miller, has unearthed a stockpile of minerals in Labradorby Kyle Born
Kootenay Zinc’s Paul Ransom has reason to be optimistic about the Sully project and its potential to be the next big Sullivan-style mine in the East Kootenayby Kyle Born
First drill hole showed potential for larger uranium mineralized system
The PDAC Mentor Program connects students with experienced geoscientists to set students on a path towards success in the industry.by Jillian Clark
The proposed 2,100 meter long adit is designed to facilitate cost-effective underground exploration drilling of the Deep Kerr Deposit.
MGX Minerals' flagship project is the magnesite deposit at Driftwood Creek in B.C.
One of the Kootenay's oldest mine sites, near Salmo, is getting a new lease on life with the start of a drilling program to explore its future potential.