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Webster points out mineralization in core to young geologist.

Thesis hits high-grade gold and copper

7 drilling expands Bingo Zone on Ranch property; new gold-silver-copper expansion targets and porphyry potential emerge. Thesis Gold Inc. March 12 reported that high-grade gold, along with... — Updated 3/14/2024

Dark grey drill core with bands of metallic gold-colored copper mineralization.

North of 60 Mining M&A heats up in 2023

From the world's largest gold company expanding its production profile in British Columbia's Golden Triangle to a 130-year-old silver mining legend strengthening its foothold in the Yukon and a... — Updated 2/22/2024 Full story

Geologists inspect core from drilling a Northern BC gold-silver prospect.

New gold Thesis emerges in Northern BC

The August merger of Benchmark Metals Inc. and Thesis Gold Inc. consolidates two very promising gold-silver properties in Northern British Columbia's Toodoggone Mining District into a single... — Updated 1/17/2024

Canada, Tahltan Nation, and Australia flag trucks at mine in Northern BC.

M&A activity reshapes North of 60 mining

From neighboring gold explorers merging to create a district-scale project that will likely be attractive to majors, to Glencore making an aggressive bid to buyout Teck Resources Ltd., 2023 was a... — Updated 1/17/2024 Full story

Graphic showing proposed Lawyers open pit mines and deeper expansion targets.

Thesis drills more deep gold at Lawyers

Thesis Gold Inc. Jan. 11 reported that its 2023 deep drilling targeting an underground mineable extension of the Cliff Creek deposit at its Lawyers exceeded expectations, adding further credence to... — Updated 1/11/2024

A female geotechnician tags a box of drill core at the Ranch project.

Thesis drills gold at another Ranch zone

Thesis Gold Inc. Dec. 20 reported that its 2023 drill program has cut strong gold mineralization at JK Zone, a sparsely drilled target between the Thesis Structural Corridor and Bonanza-Ridge Zone... — Updated 12/31/2023

Geologists inspect core from drilling a Northern BC gold-silver prospect.

New gold zone emerges at Thesis' Ranch

Thesis Gold Inc. Dec. 7 reported strong gold mineralization at the Steve Zone, a new gold target on the company's Ranch property in the Toodoggone mining district of Northern British Columbia. In... — Updated 12/15/2023

Map of 2023 and previous holes drilled at the Bonanza gold zone at Ranch.

Thesis drills bonanza gold at Bonanza

Thesis Gold Inc. Oct. 24 reports that the first 2023 holes at Bonanza have cut strong mineralization, including one hole that lives up to the name given to this zone on the company's Ranch project... — Updated 10/25/2023

Cross-section showing deep gold mineralized intercept at Dukes Ridge.

Thesis cuts more deep Dukes Ridge gold

Thesis Gold Inc. Oct. 11 reported deep drilling at Lawyers continues to cut intervals of high-grade gold-mineralization within broader zones below the proposed open-pit at Dukes Ridge, further... — Updated 10/20/2023

Drone image of historical BV trench with surface sampling and drill results.

Thesis taps 6.3m of 14.9 g/t gold at BV

Thesis Gold Inc. Sept. 28 reported strong gold mineralization was cut in the first three holes drilled this year below the historically mined BV pit on the company's Ranch project in the Toodoggone... — Updated 9/28/2023

 By Shane Lasley    News
A drone view of a drill rig testing for gold and silver in Northern BC.

New Thesis for Northern BC gold projects

Benchmark Metals Inc. and Thesis Gold Inc. have completed a merger that brings together two large gold projects in Northern British Columbia's Toodoggone Mining District and the teams behind their s... — Updated 8/31/2023

Graphic of the proposed gold mine and deep resource potential at Lawyers.

Assays affirm Lawyers deep gold thesis

Thesis Gold Inc. Aug. 29 reported that assays from its first three 2023 holes at Lawyers further confirm the potential to expand high-grade gold mineralization to depth at the Dukes Ridge deposit... — Updated 8/31/2023

 By Shane Lasley    News
Underground mine in an outline of Alaska on a critical minerals background.

Alaska critical minerals summit in DC

Alaska mining and Washington policy leaders gather to discuss forging a path forward to critical minerals in US's Arctic state. Building upon the discussions and strategic ideas set in motion during... — Updated 7/29/2023

Drill tests for gold and silver on a large treeless saddle in Northern BC.

Crews mobilize for deep Lawyers drilling

Benchmark Metals Inc. June 26 announced that it is mobilizing equipment and crews to carry out a 20,000-meter drill program focused on further evaluating and expanding the "Cliff Creek and Duke's... — Updated 7/27/2023

Map showing Thesis Gold's Ranch project just north of Lawyers.

Thesis ready to launch drilling at Ranch

Thesis Gold Inc. June 27 announced that it is gearing up for a roughly 30,000-meter drill program at Ranch, a gold exploration property immediately north of Benchmark Metals Inc.'s Lawyers... — Updated 7/6/2023

 By Shane Lasley    News
A drill tests for gold on treeless ridge on Benchmark’s Lawyers project in BC.

BC explorers Benchmark, Thesis to merge

Combination will consolidate two high-grade gold-silver projects in BC's Toodoggone Mining District. In a move that will merge two large gold projects in Northern British Columbia's Toodoggone... — Updated 6/15/2023

Sun sets behind a drill testing for gold and silver on a ridge in Northern BC.

Benchmark to take deeper look at Lawyers

Benchmark Metals Inc. March 7 announced plans for a 20,000-meter drill program targeting high-grade gold-silver mineralization extending below the Cliff Creek and Dukes Ridge gold-silver deposits... — Updated 3/11/2023

Closeup of graphite flakes and sphalerite (zinc mineral) in Nagvaak drill core.

StrategX adds graphite to Nunavut project

StrategX Elements Corp. March 7 announced that it has added graphite to the impressive suite of energy transition metals identified at its Nagvaak project on Nunavut's Melville Peninsula. Nagvaak... — Updated 3/7/2023

 By Shane Lasley    In-depth
Closeup of highly mineralized half core from drilling at Eskay Creek in BC.

BC First Nations forge mining alliances

British Columbia's Golden Triangle is poised for a mining boom that raises the bar when it comes to achieving the higher environmental, social, and guidance expectations for companies that produce... — Updated 3/2/2023

Map with 3D shape of the gold-silver deposits and mill location at Lawyers.

Benchmark eyes deeper Lawyers potential

Benchmark Metals Inc. Feb. 10 reported that it will focus its 2023 programs at Lawyers on work to advance the gold-silver mine project in Northern British Columbia to feasibility and permitting.... — Updated 2/10/2023

Representation of the milestones along the path to 2027 gold project at Lawyers.

Benchmark Metals passes golden milestone

Racing past a milestone that marks roughly the midpoint of its planned path to production at Lawyers, Benchmark Metals Inc. completed a preliminary economic assessment in August that outlines an... — Updated 2/10/2023

A colorful sunset paints the horizon orange at the Graphite Creek project in AK.

North to the critical mineral future

The increasing number of electric vehicles charged with renewable energy, connected to 5G networks, and boasting the computing power of 200 laptops to autonomously traverse global highways is... — Updated 1/20/2023 Full story

Outcropping rock with copper mineralization that is blue from oxidization.

Northern BC offers ESG mining benefits

Working with First Nations is key to unlocking the Golden Triangle's vast potential. A world-class copper-gold district that is also enriched with nickel, cobalt, platinum group metals, and other... — Updated 1/18/2023 Full story

A colorful sunset backdrops a graphite exploration camp in Alaska.

Graphite One advances US supply strategy

Pushes ahead AK mine, WA plant to meet vast EV battery demand. As automakers look to secure the graphite required for lithium-ion batteries that will power the hundreds of millions of electric vehic... — Updated 1/17/2023 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News
The orange hue of the tent camp matches the dusk horizon at Graphite Creek.

Graphite Creek criticality on the rise

A shortage of the graphite required for the lithium-ion batteries powering the transition to electric mobility is elevating the criticality of Graphite One Inc.'s plans to develop a mine in Alaska... — Updated 10/27/2022


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