Osisko Mining Corporation

The portal at Fresnillo and MAG Silver's Juanicipio silver project in Mexico. Credit: Mag Silver.

Canada’s top-10 precious metal juniors

The Northern Miner has pulled together the top-10 precious metal juniors (with no production and excluding royalty companies) that are headquartered in Canada, arranged by…

An undated photo of the camp at NovaGold Resources' Donlin Gold project in Alaska, now a joint venture with Barrick Gold. Credit: NovaGold Resources.

Top 10 Canadian-based gold developers

Gold exploration and development is enjoying a boom again, and Canadian juniors are leading project advancement at home and abroad. The following are the top-10,…

Shallow Focus Photo of Gold Bars. Credit: pixabay.com.

TNM Data Miner: Top-five Canadian gold hits

The Northern Miner, using the IntelligenceMine database of our sister company Infomine, has compiled the recent top-five gold intercepts (grade multiplied by width) reported in Canada. The…

A drill site at Osisko Mining's Windfall Lake gold project in Quebec, 200 km northeast of Val-d’Or. Credit: Osisko Mining.

Osisko Mining rides 

VANCOUVER — It’s tempting to say that Osisko Mining (TSX: OSK) is “back.” The statement makes a great article hook, but in truth the bones…

Newstrike Capital CEO Richard Whittall at the Ana Paula gold project in Guerrero state, Mexico. Credit: Newstrike Capital

Ana Paula will be profitable, Newstrike’s Whittall says

Newstrike Capital (TSXV: NES; US-OTC: NWSKF) president and CEO Richard Whittall is certain the upcoming preliminary economic assessment (PEA) on the company’s 2.25 million oz. Ana Paula gold project will prove it’s a…

TSX soars, June 9-13

The Toronto Stock Exchange climbed near the record high it reached six years ago, with the S&P/TSX Composite Index adding 163 points to end at 15,001.61, slightly below the record close of 15,073 set in June 2008 before the recession.

A mining truck at Goldcorp's Penasquito mine in Mexico. Credit: Goldcorp

Goldcorp ends fight for Osisko

Goldcorp (TSX: G; NYSE: GG) is bowing out of the race for Osisko Mining (TSX: OSK; US-OTC: OSKFF) by not amending its $3.6-billion hostile takeover offer for the junior producer and its large Canadian Malartic gold mine in Quebec.

TSX moves up, April 21-25

Canada’s benchmark index gained during the week despite rising tensions in Ukraine, with the S&P/TSX Composite Index moving up 33 points to 14,533.57.

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