Kincora Copper Limited





In Mongolia, core stacked at Kincora Copper's Bronze Fox copper project, which is still in good standing. Credit: Kincora Copper

Mongolian gov’t rescinds 106 exploration licences

Criminal legal proceedings against former government officials in Mongolia have resulted in the cancellation of 106 mineral-exploration licences in the country. Investigating the former government officials accused of corruption has brought…


Mining equipment  at Turquoise Hill's  Oyu Tolgoi copper-gold mine in Mongolia. Source: Turquoise Hill Resources

Mongolia confounds investors

The mining sector makes up 20% of Mongolia’s gross domestic product (GDP), 40% of its budget income, 85% of its investment and 90% of its exports, but the uncertainty that permeates everything from the security of mineral tenure and…


Mongolian geologists preparing soil samples for geochemistry analysis at Kincora Copper's Bronze Fox copper-gold project in Mongolia. Photo by Kincora Copper

Kincora rides Mongolian copper wave

Kincora Copper (KCC-V) believes that with a bit of patience and a lot of drill work, its Bronze Fox property can become the next big name in Mongolian copper and gold. 


Kincora seeks to ride Mongolian copper wave

Kincora Copper (KCC-V) believes that with a bit of patience and a lot of drill work its Bronze Fox property can become the next big name in Mongolian copper and gold.





De Beers Canada health and safety personnel inspect the construction site at the proposed Snap Lake diamond mine, situated 220 km northeast of Yellowknife, N.W.T.

A sparkling year for De Beers

The past year was another banner one for the diamond industry, highlighted by strong demand for rough diamonds from cutting centres….


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