Volume 100 Number 39 Nov 10 - 16, 2014


Ore on a conveyor at Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan's Rocanville potash mine in Saskatchewan. Credit: Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan

PotashCorp eyes stong 2014 finish

Despite Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan’s (TSX: POT; NYSE: POT) third-quarter profit declining 11%, it expects to finish the year on an upbeat note.




A surface showing of pink sapphire and ruby mineralization at True North Gems' Kigutilik gemstone project in Greenland. Credit: True North Gems

True North Gems builds Greenland’s first ruby mine

True North Gems (TSXV: TGX; US-OTC: TNGMF) kicked off its first field season in Greenland a decade ago, but is finally closing in on the prize: an open-pit mine that will produce ruby and pink sapphire gemstones starting next year, and running…



Canadian Zinc's Prairie Creek polymetallic project, 500 km west of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories. Credit: Canadian Zinc

Canadian Zinc fine-tunes its plan at Prairie Creek

VANCOUVER — It’s a tough market for juniors with development-stage assets, and that’s especially true for Canadian Zinc (TSX: CZN; US-OTC: CZICF) and its Prairie Creek polymetallic project, 500 km west of Yellowknife in…


Helicopter pilot Tim Franke (standing) and geologist Bruce Kienlen sample till at Canterra Minerals' diamond project in the Southern Slave region of the Northwest Territories.  Credit: Canterra Minerals

Canterra carves out more ground in diamond country

Randy Turner — the man who guided Winspear Diamonds from the discovery of the Snap Lake diamond deposit in northern Canada to its sale to De Beers for $305 million in 2000 — is back at diamond exploration in the same part of…




Precious metals companies covered by Dundee Capital Markets.

Gold majors lose their shine

The share prices of major gold producers plunged to multi-year lows following actions of the central banks in the U.S. and Japan that  pushed down the gold price and clouded producers’ third-quarter results.


TSX posts slim gain, Oct. 27-31

It was not a good week for gold companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange, with the U.S. Federal Reserve confirming that its quantitative easing program would end in October. The gold price fell to US$1,170.60 per oz., while a stronger greenback…


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