Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd

TSX Venture takes a tumble, Apr. 15-19

VANCOUVER — The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index continued its downward spiral during the Apr. 15-19 trading period, as struggling commodity prices and a gloomier global outlook from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) contributed to…


Market news: TSX Venture Exchange

In the last trading week before the Christmas holiday, the S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index saw one day in the red eliminate four days of small gains, and as a result the index finished the trading session down 5.91 points at 1.177.71….



At Southern Silver Exploration's Cerro Las Minitas silver project in Durango, Mexico (from left): senior exploration manager Adrian Robles; general manager of exploration Robert MacDonald; vice-president of exploration Roger Scammell; director Jean-Pierre Colin; and Scotia Capital associate director and geologist Bob Jankovic. Photo by Ian Bickis

Southern Silver eyes next Blind zone

After waiting more than 30 years, Southern Silver Exploration’s (SSV-V) man in Durango is finally getting a crack at the Cerro Las Minitas silver property.Adrian Robles, Southern Silver’s senior exploration manager in Mexico, first…



Drillers active at Avino Silver & Gold Mines'Avino copper-silver-gold project in Mexico's north-central Sierra Madre silver belt. Photo by Avino Silver & Gold Mines

Avino inches closer to production

Avino is an old name in Mexican mining for a couple of reasons. Most prominently, it is the name of a legendary silver and copper vein 1.6 km long and 182 metres wide at the surface. The vein’s scale helped make it the first mine in the…


At the grand opening of the Bralorne gold mine in British Columbia, from left: TSX Venture Exchange president John McCoach; AME BC president Gavin Dirom; Bralorne COO Matt Ball; CEO Bill Kocken; vice-president of finance David Wolfin; director Bill Glasier; and director Gary Robertson. Photo by Bralorne Gold Mines

Bralorne pours first dor bar from historic BC gold mine

Seventy-nine years after the first gold brick was poured from one of British Columbia’s richest and largest gold mines, Bralorne Gold Mines (BPM-V) has restarted operations at the Bralorne complex. The company poured the first gold-silver…


Bralorne pours first dor bar from historic BC gold mine

Vancouver – Seventy-nine years after the first gold brick was poured from one of British Columbia’s richest and largest gold mines, Bralorne Gold Mines (bpm-v) has restarted operations at the Bralorne complex. The company poured the first…




Avino drills new zones at old Mexican mine

Vancouver — Avino was once described as a “mountain of silver” by the Spaniards who mined it for a few hundred years starting in the 1500s. Now held by Avino Silver & Gold Mines (ASM-V, ASGMF-O),…


Silver bulls sent back to the waiting room

With cries of “hi-ho silver!”, a small but vocal army of silver bulls rejoiced as the white metal soared to 16-year highs in the first quarter of 2004. But like so many times before, the euphoria was short-lived.


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