Buchans Minerals Corporation

Paul Moore, Buchans Minerals' vice-president of exploration, at the Buchans polymetallic project in Newfoundland. Photo by Ian Bickis

Buchans Minerals revives historic mine

The old Buchans mine headframe still stands tall at the end of Main Street in this small Newfoundland town. The structure is a constant reminder for the 750 or so residents that the town’s history is inextricably linked to mining.

Drilling at Acadian Mining's Beaver Dam gold project in Nova Scotia. The company plans to spin off its gold assets into a new public company.

Acadian to spin off gold assets

Halifax-based Acadian Mining (ADA-T, ADAIF-O) is spinning off its gold assets into a new public company to create value for its shareholders, the company says.

Acadian leaves no rock unturned

In addition to its interests in zinc, Acadian Mining (ADA-T, ADAIF-O) is the dominant player in Nova Scotia’s goldfields, controlling four advanced gold projects: Beaver Dam, Forest Hill, Tangier and …

Construction of the settling ponds at Aur Resources' Duck Pond zinc-copper mine in Newfoundland.

Messina stirs up Buchans camp

It takes just one hot hole to put a company in play. In early December 2004, while drilling the Boomerang prospect, south of the Buchans camp in central Newfoundland, Messina Minerals

Partners active near Red Lake

Vancouver — Partners Rubicon Minerals (RMX-V) and AngloGold (AU-N) have begun a 450-metre program of diamond drilling at the Norseman geophysical target, 30 km northeast of Red Lake, Ont.Ground magne…

PRECIOUS METALS — Rubicon options property

Vancouver-based Rubicon Minerals (RMX-V) has optioned one of its properties in Ontario’s Red Lake mining district to Royal Roads (RRO-A).According to the deal, Royal Roads can earn a 51% interest in t…

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