Western Copper and Gold Corporation

Beaty closes in on 10/10

Vancouver – Of the 10 copper projects acquired by Ross Beaty’s Lumina Copper (lcc-v) in 2003 near the end of a five-year downturn for the resource sector and a dramatic fall in metal prices, it has kept just one, Taca Taca, in Argentina. The…


Western Copper releases updated Casino study

Vancouver – Western Copper (WRN-T, WRN-X) has released an updated prefeasibility study for its sizable but remote polymetallic Casino project in the Yukon, three years and a commodity-price rollercoaster after the first.


Western Copper plans to produce more at Casino

Western Copper (WRN-T) says its Casino Gold and Copper project in the Yukon can process more ore than previously believed. The company has been in the midst of updating its pre-feasibility study from 2008 ever since it released a significantly…


Western Copper's Casino gold-copper-molybdenum project in the Yukon, 380 km northwest of Whitehorse.

Western Copper doubles down on Casino

SITE VISIT CARMACKS, YUKON — Western Copper’s (WRN-T) Casino gold-copper- molybdenum deposit in the Yukon is huge. Standing atop the hill in its centre, the…



Western Copper denial justified

In regards to the article “Western Copper permit denial casts shadow on Yukon permitting process” ( T. N. M., May 24-30/10), the record needs to be set straight.



Flying over Victoria Gold's Eagle Gold project in the Yukon. The Yukon Gold Mining Alliance calls the region the next frontier for miners.

Yukon gold explorers strut their stuff

Investors looking for the next great mining destination often look to far-off and exotic lands that they hope will hold the promise of untold riches.But the Yukon Gold Mining Alliance — a consortium of seven mining companies active in the…






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