Based in Cranbrook, B.C., Eagle Plains continues to conduct research, acquire and explore mineral projects throughout western Canada.
Minerals play a role in so many aspects of everyday life: they are used to make such things as high-tech components, exquisite jewellery, cosmetics and dietary supplements.
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The largest stone is a 4.72 carat white/colourless octahedron with minor inclusions.
Called Search Phase III, the survey will use helicopters fitted with magnetic sensors to build a better understanding of geology in the area.
Metal Tech Alley has been created with the input and engagement of multiple stakeholders, citizens, business leaders and community officials.
"This phase of drilling both met and exceeded the expectations for this first phase exploratory drill program," said Dr. T.F. Morris.
Canadian Carbonization Research Association (CCRA) and Geoscience BC will begin a joint research project to test the accuracy and potential of the Roben Jig.by Jillian Clark
Mr. Cox joined MABC as Vice President of Corporate Affairs in 2014, bringing with him a wealth of experience in government relations and public affairs.
Flawless Management introduces new mutual fund trust for Canadian diamond fund investors
Drilling confirms that the shear corridor is mineralized over a width of 15 metres, to a vertical depth of at least 115 metres
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
IDM Mining Ltd. is a junior exploration and development company that is developing the Red Mountain gold and silver project near Stewart in northwestern BC.by Peter Caulfield
The Association for Mineral Exploration has rebranded by dropping "British Columbia"from its name and creating a new logoby Peter Caulfield