Eskay Mining Corp

Mining index hurdles 6000 mark

Vancouver — Canada’s junior exchange continued to drift higher, propelled by a triple-digit gain in the mining index. The Canadian Venture Exchange composite index tacked on 81.9 points, or 2.6%, and…


CDNX continues bull run (January 29, 2001)

Canada’s junior exchange ended the Jan. 17-23 period on an up-note, with all indices posting gains. The Canadian Venture Exchange composite index tacked on 78.1 points, or 2.5%, and closed the period …


Prime hits silver at Corey

Prime Resources Group (PRU-T) has encountered a narrow interval of high-grade silver mineralization at the Corey property, held by Kenrich Mining (KRC-V) in northeastern British Columbia.The hole, whi…


Companies (October 12, 1998)

Aber ResourcesAdmiral Bay ResourcesAlberta EnergyAnglo AmericanAscot ResourcesAshton Mining of CanadaAtapa MineralsAtna ResourcesBattle Mountain GoldBlack Hawk MiningBolidenBolivar GoldfieldsBreak…




Eskay Creek keeps company primed for profits

Being the owner of one of the highest-grade gold and silver mines in the world, Vancouver-based Prime Resources Group (PRU-T) is in the enviable position of being able to continue to post a profit in …


Prime to explore Kenrich’s Corey claims

The success of the Eskay Creek gold-silver mine, north of Stewart, B.C., has prompted operator Prime Resources Group (PRU-T) to option a nearby property considered to have potential to host similar de…



Kenrich explores near Stewart, B.C.

Kenrich Mining (KRC-V) is carrying out a $1.6-Million exploration program on the Corey polymetallic property in northern British Columbia.Plans call for an airborne geophysical survey to be flown over…



STOCK MARKETS — All flat on the western front

The Vancouver Stock Exchange composite index remained flat over the report period ended Oct. 8, slipping 5.59 points to close at 1,199.91. The resource index, meanwhile, finished up 21.53 points at 2,…


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