The Northern Miner podcast – episode 20: On the road again

Workers load samples from the CH7 kimberlite at Peregrine Diamonds’ Chidliak diamond project.  Credit: Peregrine Diamonds

Matt and Lesley tease their big trip to the Yukon this week where they’ll be recording the podcast on-site in Dawson City! Discussion on Centerra Gold‘s (TSX: CG; US-OTC: CAGDF) US$1.1-billion deal for Thompson Creek Metals (TSX: TCM; US-OTC:T TCPTF), and Peregrine Diamonds’ (TSX: PGD) preliminary economic assessment on the Chidliak diamond project in Nunavut.

Bonus talk on our upcoming Technological Metals special includes: Flinders Resources (TSXV: FDR; US-OTC: FLNXF), Tasman Metals (TSXV: TSM; US-OTC: TASIF) and Nouveau Monde Mining (TSXV: NOU; USOTC: NMGRF).

Super bonus: Top 10 List of the week involving best camp inventions!

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Yukon media tour update: 1m20s
Macro economics and commodities: 4m15s
Centerra and Thompson Creek Deal: 8m20s
Nouveau Monde’ Matawinie graphite project: 18m40s
Flinders Resources’ merger with Tasman Metals: 26m20s
Peregrine Diamond’s PEA on Chidliak project: 32m45s
Top 10 List Best camp inventions!: 35m46s

Stories referenced in this episode:

Centerra unveils US$1.1B deal for Thompson Creek

Editorial: Silver starts to outshine gold, and Greenspan goes full goldbug

Nouveau Monde outlines economics for Matawinie graphite project

Flinders eyes Tasman merger to tap emerging green economy

Music Credit:
Slow Burn Kevin MacLeod (
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