Santacruz Silver Mining Ltd


Operations at McEwen Mining’s El Gallo gold-silver mine in Sinaloa, Mexico. Credit: McEwen Mining.

Mining in Mexico to restart

Mining in Mexico, the world’s largest silver producing country, is set to fully resume next week as authorities implement a gradual nationwide return to a…




Analysts touring Santacruz Silver Mines' San Felipe silver-lead-zinc project in Sonora, Mexico. Credit: Santacruz Silver Mines

Santacruz hopes to get San Felipe in production by 2016

VANCOUVER — Producer Santacruz Silver Mining (TSXV: SCZ; US-OTC: SZSMF) is sizing up a major boost in silver-equivalent output over the next few years, and a big part of that plan is its San Felipe asset located 130 km northeast of…


Processing facilities at Santacruz Silver Mining's s Rosario silver-gold-zinc-lead mine in Mexico. Credit: Santacruz Silver Mining

Santacruz ramps up its Rosario mine

Santacruz Silver Mining (TSXV: SCZ) is eyeing production growth in Mexico with a ramp up at its Rosario silver–gold–zinc–lead mine.


Santacruz unveils maiden resource at Gavilanes

VANCOUVER — Emerging producer Santacruz Silver Mining (TSXV: SCZ; US-OTC: SZSMF) added more quality in-situ silver equivalent ounces to its books on Dec. 18, when it released an initial resource estimate on its Gavilanes polymetallic…



TSX Venture Exchange, Apr. 15 – 19

The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index continued its downward spiral, as struggling commodity prices and a gloomier global outlook from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) contributed to an 8.2%, or 83.5-point loss, en route to closing at…



TSX Venture takes a tumble, Apr. 15-19

VANCOUVER — The S&P TSX Venture Composite Index continued its downward spiral during the Apr. 15-19 trading period, as struggling commodity prices and a gloomier global outlook from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) contributed to…


TSX Venture Exchange, April 1 – 5

The S&P/TSX Venture Exchange was not spared in the storm that tore through world markets, managing only one positive day, which wasn’t enough to repair the damage: the index ended the week down 57.2 points, or 5%, at 1,041.85. The…


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