Fortune Minerals Limited



An aerial view of the Revenue polymetallic mine in southwestern Colorado. Credit: Silver Star Resources

Fortune to buy Revenue mine in Colorado

Fortune Minerals (TSX: FT; US-OTC: FTMDF) is buying 100% of the Revenue polymetallic mine in southwestern Colorado in a staged transaction, putting it a step closer to becoming a junior producer. 


Fortune poised to start construction at NICO

VANCOUVER — With one last permit to clear, Fortune Minerals (TSE: FT; US-OTC: FTMDF) is reaching the final pre-construction stages at its Nico gold–cobalt–bismuth project, 160 km northwest of Yellowknife. The next…



Elders, warriors and escorts representing the Tahltan Nation occupy a drill site in September at Fortune Minerals' Arctos coal project in northwest British Columbia. Photo by Tamo Campos.

Fortune’s ability to develop Arctos remains in question

VANCOUVER — Finding a solution to an outstanding dispute with the Tahltan First Nation in northwestern B.C. isn’t a new task for Ontario-based Fortune Minerals (TSE: FT), but it is proving to be a serious barrier as the…


Fortune closes in on final permits at NICO

VANCOUVER — It has been a promising six months for Fortune Minerals (TSX: FT; US-OTC: FTMDF) and its advanced-stage NICO gold-cobalt-bismuth project, 160 km northwest of Yellowknife, N.W.T. The London, Ont.-based company began the year…


A truck hauls ore at Fortune Minerals' NICO gold-cobalt-bismuth-copper project in the Northwest Territories during test mining conducted in 2006 and 2007. Source: Fortune Minerals

Procon invests $12M in Fortune Minerals

Procon Resources, a Vancouver-based mining contractor that is majority owned by China CAMC Engineering, is making an $11.7-million strategic investment in Fortune Minerals (TSX: FT) at a price of 40¢ per share — a 14% premium over…


Fortune Minerals gets strategic investment

Procon Resources, a Vancouver-based mining contractor that is majority owned by China CAMC Engineering Co., is making an $11.7 million strategic investment in Fortune Minerals (FT-T) at a price of 40¢ per share — a 14% premium over…


Letter to the editor: Bismuth’s not bad at all

An article in the April 30-May 6, 2012, issue of The Northern Miner discussed the European Union’s ban on the use of lead in products sold in Europe and the resulting use of tin, silver and bismuth in solder for electronics to reduce…



Fortune, Posco to hook up

To advance its Mount Klappan anthracite coal project in northwest B.C., Fortune Minerals (FT-T) is partnering with South Korean steelmaker Posco.


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