Graphite One Resources Inc




TSX Venture closes in the red, Sept. 15-19

The S&P/TSX Venture Composite hit a four-week low during the trading period, losing 32.8 points before finishing the week at 955.06 points. Commodity futures struggled, with precious and base-metal contracts on the decline. Meanwhile, the…




Drill core from Graphite One's Graphite Creek project.  Source: Graphite One

Tech sector is key to Graphite One’s plan

VANCOUVER — North America needs lots of it, but doesn’t produce any. It is integral to a raft of important new technologies, from lithium-ion batteries to pebble-bed nuclear reactors. It is also the raw ingredient behind graphene,…


Drillers at Cedar Mountain Exploration's Kelly Creek gold project in western Alaska. Photo by Cedar Mountain Exploration

Cedar Mountain drills untested Alaskan gold anomalies

While other companies explore emerging Yukon gold belts – such as the White Gold district and the Selwyn Basin – in their hunt for the next big Arctic gold deposit, Cedar Mountain Exploration (CED-V) has its sights set on an even loftier…


Cedar Mountain drills untested Alaskan gold anomalies

Vancouver – While many of its peers are exploring emerging Yukon gold belts such as the White Gold district and the Selwyn Basin in their hunt for the next big Arctic gold deposit, Cedar Mountain Exploration (CED-V) has its sights set on an…


An equipment plane on the airstrip at North Country Gold's Three Bluffs project in the Committee Bay greenstone belt, northeast of Baker Lake, Nunavut. Photo by North Country Gold

North Country Gold ramps up exploration at Three Bluffs

Since graduating with a geology degree from the University of Alberta in 1988, John Williamson has founded ten junior resource and mining companies with assets across Canada, Western Australia, South America and Africa. He has helped raise over…


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