Canada Mining News

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.

Pan American Silver shares slide on 2018 production slightly below targets

The Canadian miner said it had churned out 24.8 million ounces of silver last year, just shy of the 25-26.5 million ounces expected.

Eldorado Gold counting down to open its first mine in Canada

The company is on track to kick off commercial production at its Lamaque project in Val d’Or, Quebec, during the first quarter of the year.

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.

Mining executive steps away from UBC keynote address ahead of securities hearing

Michael McPhie, former CEO of the Mining Association of British Columbia, intends to clear his company’s name after it was implicated in share distribution scandal.

American Lithium adds vanadium asset to Nevada’s projects mix

Canadian junior has agreed to buy Alaska Nevada Mining’s 100% interest in the Extinction Ridge vanadium project in Nevada, USA.

Pancontinental expands in Ontario’s Montcalm Greenstone Belt

Pancon now controls more than 157 square kilometres west of Timmins.

Record $93B private capital flows into natural resources

But only sliver of funds raised destined for mining and metals

Moneta upgrades, expands resources at Golden Highway

The company says the deposits are higher grade than previously thought.

Wesdome delivers 2019 guidance and grade increase at Eagle River

Wesdome produced 71,625 ounces of gold in 2018, a 21% increase from 2017’s 58,980 ounces.

Trevali announces executive overhaul

By Thusday afternoon, Trevali's stock had dropped 10%.

Canadian geologist Kirk Woodman murdered in Burkina Faso

Woodman was an accomplished and respected geologist with a career spanning over 30 years.

Gold bull McEwen sticks with his $5,000 call as pot stocks peak

McEwen, 68, is a fixture in Canada’s tight-knit gold mining community.

Cornish secures further funding to build lithium mine in UK

The funds will enable the company to expand activities in south-west England and to drill exploratory boreholes to extract samples of lithium-bearing brines.

Northern Superior moves forward with projects in Ontario and Quebec

New funds inject new life to existing projects.

Mining the Americas in 2019 — a forecast

Canada's cobalt sector and Ecuador's budding mining sector for copper and gold will be investment hot spots.

Percival zone at Clearwater yields 5.77 g/t for Eastmain

Toronto-based Eastmain Resources reports the results for the last three drill holes completed in 2018 at the Percival discovery.

MineHub and IBM to introduce global mining and metals supply chain solution with blockchain

The first use case will manage concentrate from Goldcorp’s Penasquito mine in Mexico.

WPC Resources rebrands as Blue Star Gold

Blue Star will be a Vancouver-based gold and silver exploration company focused on mineral exploration and development in Nunavut, Canada.

NorZinc signs land use agreement with Dene

The agreement covers the construction and operation of an all season road connecting the Prairie Creek zinc-lead-silver mine and the Liard Highway.

Robots go to the "bottom": development forecasts for automated mining systems in 2019

It has always been difficult to bring miners to experiment in the production, which has been developing for centuries.