Significant milestone in moving closer to development of the Hardrock Project
Producing more than $10 billion worth of minerals per year, Ontario has a distinct presence in the mining community. This province has experienced a number of gold rushes and mineral discoveries in its history, and has a wealth of potential for the future as well. Northern Ontario is known for its metallic minerals—including gold, platinum, copper and zinc—while southern Ontario produces a plentiful supply of non-metallic minerals, such as lime, salt and gypsum.
Recent Ontario articles
Honey Badger Exploration has acquired Thunder Bay Silver & Cobalt Corp., a private company whose assets comprise 359 claims covering 6,880 hectares in Ontario.
A government ready for bold action can strengthen Ontario's position in the global economy.
The company’s success in Canada is behind its decision to build a new facility that will host its head office, warehouse, training areas and more.
The Madsen Gold Project is located in Red Lake, Ontario, an established mining jurisdiction.
High attendance rates are a clear sign that the mineral exploration and mining industry has regained its swagger and is building momentum.
The Marshall Lake property is located 250 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Kinross is a Canadian-based senior gold mining company with mines and projects in the United States, Brazil, Russia, Mauritania, Chile and Ghana.
The Mink and Silver Mountain properties are located in the historic Thunder Bay Silver District.
The Snow White property consists of three staked mining claims representing approximately 160 hectares in Ontario
Noront Resources Ltd. is focused on development of its high-grade deposits located in the James Bay Lowlands of Ontario.
The Energy and Mines World Congress will be held November 27-28th in Toronto, ON.