Volume 100 Number 25 Aug 4 - 10, 2014

A portal at Ascot Resources' past-producing Premier gold-silver project in northwest British Columbia. Credit:  Ascot Resources

Ascot shows old Premier mine has more gold to give

VANCOUVER — Sometimes the best way to find new mineralization is not to look beside an old mine, but to drill right through it. At least that is what the latest drill results from Ascot Resources’ (TSXV: AOT) Premier…

U.S. markets unsettled, July 21-25

The gold price faltered despite rising geopolitical tension across Europe, and down with it went the Dow Jones Industrial Average, which lost 139.61 points over the week to close at 16,960.57. The S&P 500 fared better, closing almost even…

TSX climbs, July 21-25

The S&P/TSX Composite Index gained 188.47 points to close the trading week at 15,455.04. The S&P/TSX Capped Diversified Metals & Mining Index advanced 32.39 points to 924.02, while the S&P/TSX Global Gold Index stayed relatively…

Seymourville 20/30 mesh photo, 99.3% SiO2, no agglomerates or feldspars, scrubbing and acid wash removes yellow color staining from black shale horizon. Credit: Claim Post Resources

Claim Post develops Manitoba frac sand

After two years of careful groundwork, Toronto-based junior Claim Post Resources (TSXV: CPS; US-OTC: CLMPF) is well on its way to becoming a provider of premium white silica sand proppant to the oil and gas industry in the U.S. and Canada.

Donner Metals acquires Preissac nickel-copper-PGM property

If you want to find nickel mineralization in Quebec, probably one  good place to start is near the past-producing Marbridge nickel mine — the only mine to have produced nickel in the Abitibi region and the first nickel sulphide…

Two drill rigs target the South Wall zone at Constantine Metal Resources' Palmer copper-zinc project in southeast Alaska.  Credit: Constantine Metal Resources

Constantine starts season at Palmer with nice hit

VANCOUVER — The second hole of the season at Constantine Metal Resources’ (TSXV: CEM; US-OTC: CNSNF) Palmer project in southeast Alaska has returned a high-grade copper–zinc intercept from 150 metres below the defined…

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