NuLegacy Gold Corporation






Drillers targeting the Iceberg gold deposit at NuLegacy Gold's Red Hill project in Nevada. Credit: NuLegacy Gold

NuLegacy explores Iceberg in Nevada

NuLegacy Gold (TSXV: NUG; US-OTC: NULGF) may be onto something at its Iceberg gold deposit on the Red Hill project in Nevada’s famed Cortez gold trend.


Williams’ Red Cloud on the horizon

A few years ago when Chad Williams was CEO of Victoria Gold (VIT-V), the company was looking to acquire a particular advanced project. The board, however, was split on what to do.


Renaissance looks to repeat AuEx glory

While the phrase “there you go again” has pejorative connotations in the U.S. political sphere, in the junior mining space it can mean very good things.


Red Cloud on the horizon for mining execs

While Chad Williams was chief executive of Victoria Gold Corp. (VIT-V) the company was looking to acquire an advanced project. The board, however, was split on what to do.


The discovery hole marker at NuLegacy's Red Hill gold project in Nevada. Photo by Ian Bickis

NuLegacy gets in line on Nevada’s Cortez trend

A little over two decades ago Roger Steininger made a major gold discovery in Nevada by bucking conventional wisdom. Today he’s trying to do it again.Steininger has found himself chief operations officer and a director at Nevada-focused…


Agnico joining Miranda in Colombia

Prospect-generating company Miranda Gold (MAD-V) has enticed mid-tier gold miner Agnico-Eagle Mines  (AEM-T, AEM-N) to help out in its efforts to explore for gold in Colombia.The junior says the new alliance, outlined in a letter…


Miranda, Agnico to team up in Colombia

The prospect-generating company, Miranda Gold (MAD-V), has recently attracted major gold miner, Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM-T, AEM-N), to form a potential alliance to continue exploration in Colombia.


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