Volume 97 Number 17 Jun 13 - 19, 2011

Osisko Mining president CEO Sean Roosen (centre) hoists the company's first gold bar, with members of the executive team at the company's general meeting in May. Photo by Osisko Mining

Osisko’s Malartic tale of guts and glory (June 13, 2011)

When pressed about some of the many challenges he faced developing the Malartic gold deposit in Quebec into a commercial mine during one of the toughest economic times this century, Sean Roosen admits sleep deprivation was one of them.

Pretium plans Brucejack mine

Pretium Resources (PVG-T) has completed a preliminary economic assessment of its Brucejack gold-silver project in northern British Columbia, a little more than six months after acquiring the project and listing on the Toronto Stock…

International Lithium president Mike Sieb at the Mariana lithium project in Argentina.

New lithium junior gets ready to explore (June 13, 2011)

Newly listed International Lithium (ILC-V) spent two years cherry-picking projects, securing a strategic partner and fulfilling requirements for a plan of arrangement. Now, the company is ready to get the drills turning on its lithium and rare…

Capstone Mining's Minto copper-gold mine in the Yukon, 240 km north of Whitehorse. Photo by Capstone Mining

Capstone adds copper resources at Minto (June 13, 2011)

Capstone Mining (CS-T) has bulked up measured and indicated resources by 219 million lbs. at its wholly owned Minto copper-gold mine in the Yukon. The miner also combined two deposits at the project, which were once thought separate, into what…

People (June 13, 2011)

Alamos Gold – Jon Morda retired as CFO; James Porter appointed CFO; Greg Fisher appointed VP of finance.

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