Stratabound Minerals Corp




Drillers on a platform at Colorado Resources’ KSP gold-copper project in northwestern British Columbia. Credit: Colorado Resources.

BC, Yukon & NWT Snapshot: 8 juniors on the move

Canada’s westernmost province and two territories have long attracted mineral explorers and developers lured by the region’s rich natural endowment, substantial infrastructure and pro-mining government…



The north side of the pit at Stratabound Minerals' Captain North Extension (CNE) zinc-lead-silver mine in New Brunswick's Bathurst camp, in March 2013. Credit: Stratabound Minerals

Stratabound unbound in New Brunswick

VANCOUVER — It has been a bit of a tough year for Calgary-based junior Stratabound Minerals (TSXV: SB; US-OTC: SBMLF) at its wholly owned Captain North Extension (CNE) zinc–lead–silver deposit in the prolific Bathurst…


Venture declines in March 12-16 period

Vancouver – The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index was down 43.64 points in the March 12-16 period, ending at 1,606.17 points after dipping to as low as 1,585 points. Volume ranged widely, from roughly 77 million shares traded early in…




From left: Ashton Project Geologist Alan O'Conner (green pants) and Project Manager Robert Lucas (centre) look on as Pierre Bertrand, vice-president of exploration with Soquem, examines the ground at the Lynx South showing on Ashton's Foxtrot property in north-central Quebec.

Renard 3 delivers strong results

Ashton Mining of Canada (ACA-T) and Quebec government-owned Soquem plan to spend a total of at least $12 million exploring for diamonds in the province this year,…


An Ashton Mining field geologist analyzes and logs core at Camp Lagopede, on the Foxtrot property in the Otish Mountains of northern Quebec.

Partnerships pay off for Ashton

Ashton Mining of Canada (ACA-T) is stepping up exploration efforts following its success in helping find new diamond districts in Quebec, Alberta, and the Coronation Gulf area of Nunavut.


Exploration heats up in SW New Brunswick

Despite a slump in base metal exploration, 2002 proved to be a banner year for precious metals in New Brunswick. It was gold’s turn to shine as exploration efforts turned up widespread occurrences in …