Volume 96 Number 52 Feb 14 - 20, 2011

A wolframite sample from Malaga's Pasto Bueno tungsten mine in Peru. Photo by Grard Tournebize

The case for tungsten

While gold, silver, copper and rare earths have been drawing much of the markets’ attention in the metals space recently, another metal has been quietly gathering steam.

Pacific North West Capital director John Londry looks at core at the River Valley PGM project in northern Ontario. Photo by Pacific North West Capital

Pacific North West takes 100% of River Valley

Pacific North West Capital (PFN-T, PAWEF-O) is acquiring Anglo Platinum’s (AGPPY-O) 50% interest in the River Valley platinum group metals (PGM) joint-venture project in northern Ontario, one of Canada’s largest primary PGM deposits, bringing…

From left: geologists Chris Pederson and Martin Heiligmann inspecting core at Avalon Rare Metals' Nechalacho rare-earth project in Thor Lake, N.W.T. Photo by Avalon Rare Metals

Avalon bulks up Nechalacho

Avalon Rare Metals (AVL-T, AVL-X) has added significantly to the indicated and inferred resources at its Nechalacho rare earth elements (REE) deposit in the Northwest Territories after a summer of drilling.

Seabridge grows gold resource in NWT

Drilling last year to upgrade inferred resources to higher categories at Seabridge Gold’s (SEA-T, SA-X) Courageous Lake deposit northeast of Yellowknife in Canada’s Northwest Territories, has increased measured and indicated resources, improved…

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