American Bonanza Gold Corp

GTA Resources vice-president of exploration Robert Duess inspects a sample from the Caly vein at the Northshore gold project in Ontario. Photo by GTA Resources

GTA gets the grade north of Superior

GTA Resources (GTA-V) caught the market’s attention in one fell swoop earlier this year with drill results from its aptly named Northshore gold project on the north shore of Lake Superior.The intercept spanned 150 metres grading 3.21…


GTA gets the grade north of Superior

GTA Resources (GTA-V) caught the market’s attention in one fell swoop earlier this year with drill results from its aptly named Northshore project on the north shore of Lake Superior.


Balmoral hits high grades at Martiniere

Vancouver – Balmoral Resources (BAR-V) has followed up an encouraging March gold hit from its Martiniere project in Quebec with a second rich intercept.  



Hawthorne Gold Bullish On Taurus

Hawthorne Gold (HGC-V, HWTHF-O) is boosting its gold resources by buying American Bonanza Gold’s (BZA-T, ABGFF-O) Taurus gold deposit near Cassiar, in British Columbia.




News – 21-JAN-08

As family-owned Cusac Gold Mines (CQC-V, CUSIF-O) ends an era in the Cassiar mining district of north-central British Columbia, up-and-comer Hawthorne Gold (hgc-v, hwthf-o) wants to start another.



Columbia-Yukon Explorations' vice-president of exploration John Kowalchuk on a drill pad at the Storie molybdenum project, near Cassiar, B.C.

Is a Cassiar Revival in Sight?

SITE VISIT Cassiar, B.C. — For more than 10 years, Cassiar was a ghost town. The northern B.C. town had thrived on an asbestos mine…


Cusac nabs Taurus

Vancouver — Cusac Gold Mines (CQC-T, CUSIF-O) is consolidating its grip on the historic Cassiar mining region of B.C. with the purchase of American Bonanza Gold’s (BZA-T, ABGFF-O) Taurus gold project…


One of the first gold bars to be poured at Cusac Gold Mines' Table Mountain mine in northern British Columbia. From left: Mine manager Kevin Fitzpatrick; vice-president, exploration Lesley Hunt; and Cusac CEO David Brett.

Persistence Pays for Cusac Gold

When Rory Almasi died suddenly after suffering a brain aneurysm in February 2004, it was a development that no one could have predicted.


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