CanAlaska’s recent discovery of kimberlite prospects may yield Canada’s newest diamondsby Jillian Clark
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CanAlaska’s West McArthur site being drilled by Cameco to uncover more high-grade uraniumby Jillian Clark
Cameco focusing on alteration zone at major structural break in C10 conductor
Kelvin North Lobe bulk sampling at +300 tonnes.
Making a dream come true–being a gold miner on the Wild Horse Riverby Nowell Berg
Professor Dudley Kingsnorth will be the keynote speaker at the 5th annual Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit in Toronto.
The goal of the Elk Valley Water Quality Plan is to stabilize and reverse the increasing trend of selenium and other substances in the watershed.
The mining industry is in the midst of a prolonged downturn in exploration financing.
For Canada to maintain its global leadership in mining, accessing new markets is imperative.by Jessica Kirby
Diamond drilling is planned for the Staghorn property, the latest in a string of recent gold discoveries on the island.by Peter Caulfield
Quebec-based Nemaska Lithium wants to be the first lithium producer in Canada.by Kevin Miller
In order to reduce costs and lower the environmental footprint, the El Morro and Relincho projects will be combined into one.
Rare Earth Elements (REE) are found around the world and essential in many high-tech applications.by Peter Caulfield
Imperial Metals has approved an agreement to borrow $30 million from Edco Capital Corporation
Hunter Dickinson company says it has porphyry-style copper-molybdenum-silver deposit.by Peter Caulfield
End use of precious metals: coins and bars will be stored with Questrade, Inc.
David Lawson of Amec Foster Wheeler is confident miners are well positioned to ride out metals market volatility.by Kevin Miller
That black speck you see in the sky may not be just another raven. It could be an unmanned aerial vehicle exploring for minerals.by Kerry Shellborn
The initial resource estimate is 5.5 million gold-equivalent ounces at Kemess East, located north of Prince George.by Peter Caulfield
The Northwest Territories Métis Nation will benefit from the Gahcho Kue diamond mine at Kennady Lake.by Peter Caulfield
The theme of this year’s conference is intelligent explorationby Peter Caulfield
Polaris Minerals sets its sights on the expanding market in the Los Angeles area.by Peter Caulfield
North American Nickel’s 100% owned Maniitsoq nickel-copper-cobalt-PGM project in southwest Greenland commenced exploration in June of this year.by Jessica Kirby
AME BC releases the Aboriginal Engagement Guidebook to offer a practical and principled approach for mineral explorers when working with First Nations.by Peter Caulfield
The Selwyn Project near Howard's Pass in the Yukon could produce 25,000 tonnes per day as an open-pit mine.by Jessica Kirby
The Canadian Diamond Drilling Association's chief says indications are the industry will cycle into a comeback in 2014 after a major drop in utilization.by Karen Kornelsen
The process of creating a mining facility in Wynyard, Saskatchewan, that will initially produce 625,000 tonnes of potash per year.by Karen Kornelsen