Brixton Metals Corporation




Drillers at Brixton Metals' Thorn polymetallic project, 130 km southeast of Atlin, B.C. Hecla Mining has a 20% stake in Brixton. Credit: Brixton Metals

Hecla sees potential in junior explorers

VANCOUVER — The market landscape has shifted for juniors with exploration-stage assets. And though equity markets remain tough, there are opportunities for producers like U.S.-based Hecla Mining (NYSE: HL) that are looking to get…


The camp at Brixton Metals' Thorn polymetallic project in northwest British Columbia. Source: Brixton Metals

Brixton poised to solve geological puzzle at Thorn

ATLIN, B.C. — It’s been a tough time for juniors trying to fund grassroots exploration, but it helps when high-profile investors take notice and decide to support a project. And that’s been the case for…


Drillers at Brixton Metals' Thorn gold project in British Columbia. Source: Brixton Metals

Brixton finds high-grade silver at Thorn in BC

Vancouver-based explorer Brixton Metals (BBB-V) can barely contain its excitement over the silver-equivalent grades it has been cutting at its Thorn pollymetallic project, 130 km southwest of Atlin in northwestern B.C. The company followed up…


A view of the creek running through Brixton Metals' Thorn property. Source: Brixton Metals

Brixton cuts high grades at Oban in 2012

VANCOUVER — Vancouver-based explorer Brixton Metals (BBB-V) cannot help but be excited by the silver-equivalent grades it has been cutting at its Thorn pollymetallic project 130km southwest of Atlin in northwestern British Columbia….




The drill crew preparing a rig at Brixton Metals' Thorn gold project. Photo by Brixton Metals

Brixton cuts mega-intercept at Thorn in BC

Brixton Metals (BBB-V) has pulled a whopper of an intercept from the Thorn project in northwest B.C., hitting 95 metres grading 904 grams per tonne silver equivalent from near surface.



Brixton cuts mega-intercept in BC

Vancouver – Brixton Metals (BBB-V) has pulled a whopper of an intercept from the Thorn project in northwest British Columbia, hitting 95 metres grading 904 grams per tonne silver equivalent from near surface.


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