Aurizon Mines Ltd

Aurizon expands resource at Hosco

Drilling in the last three quarters of 2010 and January 2011 has boosted by 31% the in-pit measured and indicated resource at Aurizon Mines’ (ARZ-T, AZK-X) Hosco deposit, part of the gold producer’s Joanna project in northwestern Quebec.

Quebec Premier Jean Charest unveiling the Plan Nord development program in Lvis, Que. Photo by Quebec Ministry of Natural Resources and Wildlife

$80B Plan Nord aims to attract more miners to Quebec

Up until about two months ago, management at Western Troy Capital Resources (WRY-V) thought the company might have to come up with as much as $70 million in a public-private cost-sharing partnership to build the Otish Mountain Road, which will…

The mill at Aurizon Mines' Casa Berardi gold mine in Quebec. Photo by Aurizon Mines

Aurizon’s Q4, year-end profits drop

Aurizon Mines (ARZ-T, ARK-X) reported lower fourth-quarter and annual profits for 2010 as it wrapped up a tough year at its flagship Casa Berardi gold mine in northwestern Quebec.

Demand outpaces discoveries, Roundup delegates told

VANCOUVER – This year’s Mineral Exploration Roundup attracted 7,000 delegates from around the world, a new record for the annual conference hosted by the Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia (AME BC). But in keeping with the…

Aurizon Mines corners Rouyn-Noranda

By the middle of next year Aurizon Mines (ARZ-T, AZK-X) will have completed a feasibility study on its Joanna gold project along the Cadillac Break, 2 km northeast of Rouyn-Noranda in Quebec’s Abitibi region.

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