Canadian Mining Journal Staff

Excelsior updates progress at Gunnison in situ project

The entire wellfield – 41 production wells and 22 compliance wells – should be complete by July this year.

Tudor outlines new zone at Treaty Creek

Tudor Gold Corp. has outlined what it calls “Goldstorm,” a new zone at the Treaty Creek property in the Golden Triangle.

Visible Gold acquires remaining 40% of Cadillac East project

Visible Gold also holds the Lucky Break and Cadillac Break claims along 24 km of the prolific Cadillac Fault.

First Cobalt tests feedstock for refinery

The company says the refinery successfully leached 98% of the metal from the cobalt hydroxide with head grades in excess of 20% cobalt.

Fission Uranium advances PLS toward feasibility

28 geotechnical holes are to be drilled as part of the resource development phase of work.

Yorbeau resumes drilling at Scott project

The current program is planned in two phases totaling about 5,000 metres.

QMX drills 39.5 g/t and 31.5 g/t at Bonnefond

Core from work at the tonalitic plug returned 31.55 g/t gold over 1.6 metre.

Lucara recovers 240-ct gem from Karowe

Since mining began in 2012 at Karowe, a total of 43 diamonds heavier than 200 carats have been recovered, including 12 stones larger than 300 carats.

Wesdome deep drilling at Kiena extends Deep A zone

For the entire Kiena complex, the measured and indicated resource is 1.0 million tonnes grading 6.38 g/t gold for 211.100 contained oz.

Sherritt’s year end and 2019 guidance

Sherritt owns 50% of the Moa joint venture, and at Ambatovy it is the operator and holder of a 12% interest.

Anaconda updates resources at Great Northern and Cape Spencer

The numbers represent a 25% increase in tonnage, a 13% increase in grade and a 42% increase in contained oz. compared to the estimate made in 2008.

Imperial 2018 output up, despite Mount Polley decision

For the full year, the company produced 75.3 million lb. of copper and 79,056 oz. of gold.

Star Diamond begins work on Star-Orion bulk sample

The sonic drilling will provide a detailed look at the overburden stratigraphy, and the core drilling will examine the geology of the kimberlite itself.

Teck, WFP tackle zinc deficiency in China

Teck’s Zinc and Health program has reached 100 million people worldwide since 2011.

Cow Mountain yields high grades for Barkerville

The company seems to have no problem drilling bonanza grades, such as 12.26 g/t gold over 7.6 meters in hole CM-18-206, including 97.8 g/t over 0.8 meter

First Cobalt advances Iron Creek

First Cobalt Corp addresses permitting and environmental baseline studies at its Iron Creek cobalt project.

Detour provides guidance for 2019

As many as 22 million tonnes of gold ore will be mined from the Detour Lake pit this year.

QMC advances Irgon with metallurgical testing

The property lies within the Cat Lake-Winnipeg River rare element pegmatite field.

NexGen begins feasibility drilling at Arrow deposit

NexGen Energy is embarking on the largest drill program in its history at the Rook I project in the Athabasca Basin.

Tasca drills 0.37% and 0.42% over long lengths at Poplar

Tasca Resources has received excellent assays from drilling at its Poplar copper property southwest of Houston.

IDM uncovers new Lacasse zone at Red Mountain

Hole U18-1361 returned one of the highest grade drill holes ever completed at Red Mountain.

Atlantic confirms extensions at Fifteen Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill deposits

Vancouver-based Atlantic Gold Corp. confirms that recent diamond drilling has confirmed mineralized extensions at both the Fifteen Mile Stream project and the Cochrane Hill project.

Golden Predator extends 3 Aces mineralization

The company drilled seven holes, all of which cut the structures where they were predicted, excellent widths and localized high grades were confirmed.

Margaux options Cassiar project from Wildsky Resources

The Cassiar gold project produced about 350,000 oz. of gold from 920,000 tonnes of ore with an average grade of 11.9 g/t gold from 1979 to 1997.

Groundbreaking! America’s new quest for mineral independence

What happens when a geologist and an author whose chief interest is California’s Silicon Valley get together to take a look at the United States’ dependence on foreign supplies of critical minerals?