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Alamos Gold's Mulatos gold mine in Mexico's Sonora state in 2014. Credit: Alamos Gold.

Mexico Snapshot: Six active juniors

Mexico is a home away from home for Canadian mineral explorers and junior mine developers, with its highly prospective geology, low operating costs and pro-mining…


In the field at California Gold's Fremont gold project in Mariposa County, California, from left: Jason Scherf, field technician; Bryan Alexander, field technician; Jean-Francois Ravenelle, SRK geologist; Cary Griffith, on-site manager; and Simon Cliffe, SRK. Photo by Katie Lister.

US Snapshot: Seven juniors of interest

The uptick in metal prices has coupled with optimism that the Trump administration’s business-friendly approach to taxes and regulations will boost early stage mineral exploration…



Workers on a jumbo in Scorpio Mining's Nuestra Senora silver-zinc-copper-lead mine in Sinaloa, Mexico.  Credit: Scorpio Mining

Scorpio and US Silver & Gold prepare to merge

VANCOUVER — Scorpio Mining (TSX: SPM; US-OTC: SMNPF) and U.S. Silver & Gold (TSX: USA; US-OTC: USGIF) plan to join their businesses in a merger of equals that could create a leading junior silver producer in the Americas.


Ball mills at Scorpio Mining's Nuestra Senora polymetallic mine in Mexico. Source: Scorpio Mining

PEA outlines Scorpio’s mine-expansion plans

VANCOUVER — Scorpio Mining (SPM-T) has faced more than a few challenges over the last year, starting with the need to downsize the resource at its Nuestra Senora deposit when mining revealed more geologic variations than expected. Soon…


Scorpio’s challenge

If you had to choose one word to describe Scorpio Mining’s (SPM-T) fortunes over the first half of the year, it would have to be “change.”


Scorpio rises to the challenge

If one word were chosen to describe Scorpio Mining’s (SPM-T) fortunes over the first half of the year it would have to be ‘change’.


Scorpio gets the grade at San Rafael

Scorpio Mining (SPM-T) wrapped up its latest drill program at its wholly owned San Rafael Project in Mexico and the results are all about the grade.



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