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Cutting the ribbon at Copper Mountain, starting second from left: Consul General of Japan Hideki Ito; Mitsubishi Materials president and CEO Hiroshi Yao; and Copper Mountain Mining president and CEO Jim O'Rourke. Photo by Ian Bickis

Copper Mountain opening marks new era in BC mining

With the simple snip of a copper-tinged ribbon, Copper Mountain Mining (CUM-T) CEO Jim O’Rourke, Mitsubishi Materials CEO Hiroshi Yao and Consul General of Japan Hideki Ito officially opened B.C.’s first major metals mine of the twenty-first…


Trucks at Agnico-Eagle Mines' Meadowbank gold mine in Nunavut. Photo by Salma Tarikh

Agnico’s two pearls in Nunavut

It’s been a tough and ambitious foray in Canada’s Arctic for Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM-T, AEM-N), but one that holds much promise. 


Agnico’s two pearls in Nunavut

Baker Lake, Nunavut – It’s been a tough and ambitious foray in Canada’s Arctic for Agnico-Eagle Mines (aem-t, aem-n), to say the least, but one that holds much promise.


Hathor Exploration president and CEO Mike Gunning at the Roughrider uranium project in Saskatchewan's Athabasca Basin. Photo by Trish Saywell

What’s not to like about Hathor?

Mike Gunning likes  the fact that he can get from his desk in downtown Vancouver to within just a few kilometres of Hathor Exploration’s (HAT-T) flagship Roughrider uranium deposit in northern Saskatchewan by booking a commercial flight…


Hard Creek Nickel executive vice-president Neil Froc (left), with CEO Mark Jarvis at the Turnagain nickel project in Northern B.C. Photo by Matthew Allan

Metallurgical breakthrough lifts Hard Creek’s Turnagain

“There’s a lot of moose pasture up here,” Mark Jarvis, president and CEO of Hard Creek Nickel (HNC-T), jokes while looking out at the gently rolling hills littered with pines aboard a short flight to the company’s Turnagain nickel project in…


Verde Potash president and CEO Cristiano Veloso (left) and geologist Mario Viegas at the Cerrado Verde potash project in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Photo by Ian Bickis

Verde Potash heats up on Brazilian Thermopotash

There is a whole lot of verdete slate at Verde Potash’s (NPK-V) unconventional potash play in Brazil. Standing atop a hill of the chalky green rocks, you can see the same rocks poking conspicuously from the many grass-covered hillsides in the…


At Wallbridge Mining's Broken Hammer copper-platinum-palladium-gold project near Sudbury, Ont., from left: manager of joint ventures Joshua Bailey; director Darryl Sittler; president and CEO Alar Soever; director Parviz Farsangi; and chairman Warren Holmes. Photo by Salma Tarikh

Wallbridge eyes producer status

It’s been a slow ride for Wallbridge Mining (WM-T), but one that has been picking up. With one spin out, another in the making and a project near production, the explorer is ready to change gears. 



Wallbridge eyes producer’s status

Sudbury, Ont. – It’s been a slow ride for Wallbridge Mining (wm-t), but one that has been picking up. With one successful spin-out, another in the making and a project near production, the explorer is ready to change gears.



Senior geologist Jay Jackson at the Ct Lake deposit at Trelawney Mining's Chester gold project in northern Ontario. Photo by Trelawney Mining and Exploration

Ct Lake: How big can it get?

There is no debating that Trelawney Mining and Exploration’s (TRR-V) Côté Lake deposit is big. But the question on the minds of many junior gold investors is: Just how big?  


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