MetalCorp Limited

Metalcorp's chief operating officer, Aubrey Eveleigh, examines a piece of massive sulphide mineralization from the BL14 prospect in the company's core shack in Thunder Bay, Ont.

Big Lake Gives Metalcorp a Big Surprise

SITE VISIT Thunder Bay, Ont. — A mineral prospect recently discovered on the north shore of Lake Superior by Metalcorp (MTC-V, MTLCF-O) illustrates how nature…


MetalCORP adds moly to mix

Thanks to a little sleuthing through old company and government files plus a bit of follow-up sampling, MetalCORP (MTC-V) has added a substantive molybdenum-silver project near Hemlo, Ont., to its min…


MetalCORP adds moly to the mix

Thanks to a little sleuthing through old company and government files plus a bit of follow-up sampling, MetalCORP (…





TSX Venture Exchange February 28-March 6

Surging junior mining stocks propelled the TSX Venture Composite Index to test new highs over the Feb. 28-March 6 session, up 100.18 points or 4% at 2,643.51. Average daily trading volumes swelled to…



A backhoe clears MetalCorp's Pickle Lake property for subsequent trenching.

Growing traffic in Pickle Lake camp

With gold finding comfort above the US$400-per-oz. level, it was just a matter of time before exploration dollars found their way back to the Pickle Lake gold camp of northwestern Ontario.


Donald Nord, senior refiner at Goldcorp's Red Lake mine, holds a gold brick that contains the 5-millionth ounce of gold produced at the mine.

Bonanza grades at Red Lake mine

Goldcorp (G-T) has encountered more high-grade gold during underground exploratory drilling at its Red Lake mine in northern Ontario.


People (December 15, 2003)

Alamos — John McCluskey appointed president; John Van De Beuken appointed VP and COO; Leonard Harris appointed director; Chester Millar and Stephen Stine resigned as directors.Becker — John Berezowe…


Goldcorp joins Metalcorp at Black Bear

Goldcorp (G-T) has agreed to take up to a 70% interest in Metalcorp’s (MTC-V) 4.3-sq.-km Black Bear property covering the northeast extension of the East Bay deformation zone in the Red Lake gold camp…


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