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Original and independent market news on mineral exploration and mining.


  • Athabasca Basin & Beyond (to Mar 1) Part 2


    57 Reads | 0 Comments | 20 hours ago

    ENERGY FUELS,  URANERZ ADVANCE ASSETS PRIOR TO MERGER   While working towards its merger with Uranerz Energy [T.URZ], Energy Fuels [T.EFR] nabbed a 50% stake in an historic Arizona deposit, a JV with a Uranium One subsidiary. The February 17 announcement labelled the Wate project as a breccia pipe deposit, which Energy Fuels described as high grade with potentially low recovery...


  • Athabasca Basin & Beyond (to Mar 1) Part 1


    45 Reads | 0 Comments | 1 day ago

    SASKATCHEWAN'S NUMBER TWO FOR MINING JURISDICTIONS WORLDWIDE   The province has held a top 10 position for at least five years, but last week Saskatchewan reached second place in a global survey of miners and explorers. The Fraser Institute study released February 24 rated jurisdictions for a number of factors, with the most important attributes making up the Investment...


  • PDAC Prevails: Prospectors, Developers and Investors Flock to Toronto For the World's Largest Annual Event of Its Kind


    114 Reads | 0 Comments | 3 days ago

    Of course there’s partying too. With so many thousands of people swarming into Toronto for the March-1st-to-4th PDAC 2015, some R&R would be understandable—even compulsory. But “by far most of the effort is business,” maintains Rod Thomas, president of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada. “It’s an opportunity to meet people, look at...


  • How Fares Canada In the Fraser Institute's Global Mining Survey?


    37 Reads | 0 Comments | 4 days ago

    Saskatchewan’s number two worldwide, Quebec’s back in the top 10 and Manitoba climbed 17 notches. But Alberta, Ontario and British Columbia took a beating in the latest Fraser Institute survey of mining jurisdictions. Released February 24, the study rates 122 jurisdictions (including provinces and states in Canada, the United States, Australia and Argentina) based on 485 returned...


  • Rebuilding Consensus: A Resource Advocate Calls For a "National Conversation" to Define Social Licence


    14 Reads | 0 Comments | 5 days ago

    The Fraser Institute released its latest annual mining survey February 24, ranking 122 jurisdictions globally and once again demonstrating that there’s much more to evaluating a region than geology. That reinforces a message that Brian Lee Crowley brought to Vancouver in a series of speeches last month—the real advantage to Canada’s resource riches “is not chiefly due...


  • Lakeland Resources Expands Its Athabasca Basin-Region Uranium Project


    105 Reads | 0 Comments | 10 days ago

    Now with 32 properties totalling over 300,000 hectares, Lakeland Resources [V.LK] has enlarged what was already one of Saskatchewan’s largest exploration portfolios. New acquisitions announced February 20 include two land packages in the southeastern Athabasca Basin’s Key Lake area, which gave up over 200 million pounds of uranium by 2002 and still hosts the Key Lake mill...


  • On the Road to Rare Earths: Secutor Capital Management Updates Commerce Resources' Two-Pronged Progress on the Ashram REE Deposit


    58 Reads | 0 Comments | 11 days ago

    While there’s nothing simple about rare earths, the challenges aren’t insurmountable to the right geology and expertise. With the Ashram deposit in northern Quebec, Commerce Resources [V.CCE] continues to make progress on two fronts—resource delineation and metallurgy. Now working towards pre-feasibility, Ashram could, if it meets all requirements, potentially become &ldquo...


  • Divers Strike Gold In Ancient Mediterranean Harbour


    61 Reads | 0 Comments | 11 days ago

    At first they were mistaken for toys. But the coins turned out to be real, leading to the largest hoard of medieval gold currency ever found in Israel. That resulted from the accidental find of amateur divers in the ancient harbour of Caesarea, recently announced by the Israel Antiquities Authority. The treasure trove amounts to nearly 2,000 gold coins dating as far back as the ninth century...