Articles by Northern Miner Staff

Sparton seeks funds

A prospectus filing is being made in Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia which, if completed, will net Sparton Resources up to $1.3 million for ongoing exploration programs. The bulk of the financin…




Normine outlines reserves at its Idaho mine

Normine Resources has outlined 2.8 million tons of reserves grading 0 .036 oz gold per ton at its Friday-Deadwood Mountain joint venture in Idaho. These reserves are classified as drill-indicated and …


News in Brief (September 08, 1986)

Share purchase warrants of Placer Development posted for trading on the TSE on May 3, 1983, in connection with a unit offering by prospectus dated March 15, 1983, expire on Sept 30, 1986.


Scintrex in China

Scintrex Ltd. says it has a $640,000 contract with China to provide a helicopter-borne geophysical system for aerial mineral exploration.


Drilling at Sumich

A surface drilling program has started on the New Beginnings Resources’ Sumich mine property in Nevada. The program will test for extensions of the zone along strike and at depth. Approximately 30,000…


Alberta Stock Exchange Trading slows down

Wednesday close, Sept. 3 Trading was inactive this week in Calgary with just 2,949,700 shares exchanged. American Oakwood Energy was the most active issue, trading nearly 350,000 shares at 23 cents . …


New Falco Copper team keen on Winston Lake

Production by early 1988 is what Ian D. Bayer, newly-appointed president and chief executive officer of Corporation Falconbridge Copper (CFC) foresees for the rich zinc orebody at Winston Lake, near S…



It’s a bad move to relocate the OGS

The following guest editorial is from Dr E. G. Pye, former director of the Ontario Geological Survey. Decentralization of government services has been a cornerstone of Ontario government policy sinc…


Blackstone Expl.

Blackstone Explorations is venturing into the field of radon gas detection, the company says. Blackstone plans to sell a device to homeowners which detects radon gas accumulations in homes.


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