Hornby Bay Mineral Exploration Ltd

EXPLORATION GISA map outlining claims in the Athabasca basin. The image is from Exploration GIS, a Saskatoon-based exploration consulting firm with extensive experience in the Athabasca basin. The company has provided GIS products for Saskatchewan's miners since 1998.

The world rediscovers nuclear

There’s a buzz about nuclear energy at the moment that hasn’t been felt since the 1970s, and it’s positive….

Cameco allies with junior

Vancouver — A newly signed agreement sets the stage for a proposed “strategic alliance” between uranium producer Cameco (COO-T, CCJ-N) and uranium explorer Hornby Bay Exploration (HBE-V, HRBYF-O)….

Junior market stays jolly into the holidays

Despite a brief dip back below US$500 per oz. in the spot price of gold, the TSX Venture Exchange closed out the pre-Christmas trading session in a festive spirit, gaining 2.2% or 47.84 points to set…

Buoyant bullion drives strong junior market

The heavily junior-weighted S&P-TSX Venture Exchange continued its upward march over the Dec. 6-12 report period, propelled by an almost 25-year high in the price of gold at US$540 per oz, while s…

Hornby Bay narrowing in on targets

A 7,700-line-km airborne geophysical survey flown over Hornby Bay Exploration‘s (HBE-V) 1,209-sq-km Coppermine claims in Nunavut has identified seven conductive zones, only two of w…

PEOPLE (May 02, 2005)

Alcan — Michael Hanley appointed interim CFO effective May 15. He remains executive VP and president and CEO of the Bauxite and Alumina business; Geoffery Merszei resigned as CFO….

Canadian uranium beyond the Basin

Vancouver — For most, uranium mining in Canada is synonymous with northern Saskatchewan, yet many other areas of the country are prospective for the energy-generating element….

Low macro results won’t dissuade Ashton

A small surface sample of kimberlite float and outcrop collected by Ashton Mining of Canada (ACA-T) from the promising Artemisia kimberlite pipe discovered last fall on the Kim property in Nunavut has…

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