Positive prefeasibility fails to stop Champion Iron's slide

VANCOUVER – A preliminary feasibility study concluded the East and West deposits at Champion Iron Mines' (CHM-T) Consolidated Fire Lake North project could produce 9.3 million tonnes of concentrate grading 66% iron for almost 20 years, but lingering uncertainty over...

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