Gran Colombia Gold Corp

Drillers at Seafield Resources' Quinchia gold project in Colombia's Risaralda Department. Photo by Seafield Resources

Sea change at Seafield

Sometimes a little change can do a company a lot of good. In the case of Seafield Resources (SFF-V) change comes in the form of a new management team, and the good it hopes to do is revive investor interest in what was briefly one of the…

TSX starts strong, then stumbles

The TSX Composite index began the New Year looking to shake off the down trend of the year past. But fears around the European debt situation re-surfaced by the end of the Jan. 3-6 period and curtailed some of those market gains. Overall,…

Staff log core in the camp at Bellhaven Copper & Gold's La Mina gold-copper porphyry project in central Colombia. Photo by Bellhaven Copper & Gold

Investors applaud first resource for Bellhaven’s La Mina

Shares of Bellhaven Copper & Gold (BHV-V) jumped 14¢, or 28%, on Sept. 13 to close at 64¢ on 1.2 million shares traded after the company released a maiden resource estimate for its La Mina gold-copper-porphyry project in central…

Colombia: Still a tough sell

Growing interest in Colombia’s geological potential from resource companies and investors has helped the country become one of the world’s most popular mining destinations. 

Mining in Colombia: a closer look

Vancouver – An ever-growing interest in the geological potential of Colombia from both resource companies and investors has helped the South American country become one of the world’s most popular mining destinations in recent years.

Inside the core shack at Medoro Resources' Marmato project, 120 km south of Medellin in Caldas state, Colombia. Photo by Medoro Resources

Medoro, Gran Colombia have big plans

It’s shaping up to be a busy year for Medoro Resources (MRS-T). A preliminary economic assessment of developing a large-scale, open-pit gold and silver mine at its Marmato project in Colombia is expected before the end of May, and an updated…

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