Volume 96 Number 15 - May 31 - June 6, 2010

Western Copper denial justified

In regards to the article “Western Copper permit denial casts shadow on Yukon permitting process” ( T. N. M., May 24-30/10), the record needs to be set straight.


Continued worries over the euro zone banking sector combined with rising tensions on the Korean peninsula had a negative impact on the TSX composite index as it fell nearly 500 points to finish the ho…


The S&P/TSX Venture composite index fell again during the shortened May 18 to 21 trading period, losing 132.87 points in three days before recovering with a 31.58-point gain on the last day to clo…

U.S. MARKETS -May 18-24

Investors bailed out of the markets as worries escalated about Europe’s evolving debt crisis and tensions rose between North and South Korea. The Bank of Spain’s move over the weekend to seize regiona…

Cliffs makes play for majority stake in Big Daddy

A battle for control over the high-grade Big Daddy chromite deposit in the McFauld’s Lake area of nor thwes tern Ontar io has erupted. For the moment, it looks like KWG Resources (KWG-V) and Spider Re…

SouthGobi looks to reverse slide

Realigning an open-pit mine and large losses have dampened the recent market enthusiasm for SouthGobi Resources (SGQ-T) and its Ovoot Tolgoi coal project in Mongolia.

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