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Tahltan people safeguard ancestral home

From the Coast Mountains in the west to the lower parts of the Yukon's Boreal forest in the north, the Cassiar Mountain range in the east, and the headwaters of the Nass and Skeena... — Updated 6/24/2021 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
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Tahltan Nation demands end to Jade Fever

Fed up with the Discovery Channel show "Jade Fever" glorifying what it considers irresponsible and disrespectful mining practices in the territory of the Tahltan First Nation people it... — Updated 6/24/2021

 
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Drills are turning at Cassiar Gold project

Cassiar Gold Corp. June 8 announced the start of a 15,000-meter drill program at its Cassiar Gold project in British Columbia's Golden Triangle. Roughly 12,000 meters of this drilling... — Updated 6/17/2021

 
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Cassiar Gold confirming Taurus resource

Cassiar Gold Corp. Dec. 1 reported wide section of gold mineralization in sparsely drilled areas of the Taurus deposit at the company's Cassiar gold project in Northern British Columbia.... — Updated 12/10/2020

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
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Margaux using AI to explore Cassiar gold

Margaux Resources Ltd. plans to utilize GoldSpot Discoveries Corp.'s expertise in machine learning to leverage extensive geoscience data that has been collected through decades of... — Updated 9/26/2020

 

Margaux gets Wildsky approval for Cassiar

Margaux Resources Ltd. June 24 announced a milestone in achieving its plans to acquire and explore the Cassiar gold project in northern British Columbia from Wildsky Resources Inc.,... — Updated 9/25/2020

 

China Minerals eyes gold in Cassiar tailings

China Minerals Mining Corp. Feb. 26 announced plans to evaluate the content and potential recovery of gold from tailings of the historical Erickson Mine on its Cassiar gold property in northwestern British Columbia. The 140,470-acre... — Updated 9/24/2020

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Wily junior advances promising porphyry

Copper Fox Metals Corp. recently completed a positive feasibility study of its Schaft Creek porphyry copper, gold, molybdenum and silver project in northwestern British Columbia that could mark an important turning point for the... — Updated 4/28/2013

 

Mining Explorers 2012: China Minerals Mining Corp.

CMV: TSX-V/HWTHF: US CEO: Ling Zhu (Beijing) Advisor: David Rhys, M.Sc., P.Geo. Advisor: Jack McClintock China Minerals Mining Corp., formerly Hawthorne Gold Corp., focused on a C$3 million, 10,000-meter drill program in 2012 at its... — Updated 11/11/2012 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Diamonds may be more than pipedreams

Droves of exploration companies have rushed to Yukon Territory in recent years to hunt for sizable deposits of gold, silver, copper, rare earth elements and base metals. Employing the most advanced geophysical and geochemical techniques... — Updated 11/20/2011

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Junior, investor adopt global strategy

China Minerals Mining Corp., formerly Hawthorne Gold Corp., is gearing up to begin its 2011 exploration program at the company's two northern British Columbia gold properties, Table Mountain and Taurus. China Minerals is the result of a... — Updated 7/31/2011

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Miners chase myriad BC mineral deposits

Mining exploration activity in northern British Columbia approached record levels in 2010 with explorers setting a new drilling record and spending about C$168 million in pursuit of a wide range of minerals, including gold, copper,... — Updated 1/23/2011 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

2010 Mining Explorers: Re-energized miners head north

Efforts to build an electricity transmission line critical to economic development of northwestern British Columbia moved closer to reality in 2010. Cheered by the prospect of access to cheap power, scores of miners flocked to the... — Updated 10/31/2010 Full story

 

2010 Mining Explorers: Ascot Resources Ltd.

AOT: TSX-V President and CEO: John A. Toffan Chief Financial Officer: Robert A. Evans Ascot Resources Ltd., a junior exploration and development company formed in 1986, holds four major properties - the Swamp Point sand and gravel... — Updated 10/31/2010

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Mining Explorers 2009: B.C. explorers recover slowly

Most of the mining companies looking for minerals in northern British Columbia ushered in 2009 with high hopes and little else. "It's a perfect storm. The credit crunch in the world financial system has led to a worldwide recession and... — Updated 11/1/2009

 

Mining Explorers 2009: Hawthorne Gold Corp.

HGC: TSX-V President and CEO: Richard J. Barclay Chairman: Michael Beley Vice President, Mining: Michael Petrina Formed in 2006, Hawthorne Gold Corp. is a gold exploration and development company with three late-state exploration and dev... — Updated 11/1/2009 Full story

 

Mineral Roundup in northern B.C.

Producing mines Thompson Creek Metals Co. operates the Endako Mine, a molybdenum producer for more than 40 years. Located near Fraser Lake in northern British Columbia, Endako includes three open pits, a mill and a roasting facility,... — Updated 2/22/2009 Full story

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

New power line may carry Alaska power

The Northwest Transmission Line along Highway 37 is once again on the front burner in British Columbia, and development of the 517-kilometer-long, or 321-mile-long, power line could provide easier access to Lower 48 markets for power... — Updated 10/26/2008 Full story

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

Southeast Alaskans follow clues in forest

A century ago, gold fever rampaged across Alaska and miners could be found everywhere from the beaches of Nome to the mountains of Juneau. Today there's been another outbreak of the symptoms. Explorers' boots are again trudging through... — Updated 10/29/2006

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Cassiar gears up for fall production

You could say David H. Brett has Cassiar Valley gold production in his blood. Brett is president of Cusac Gold Mines Ltd., a company with a history of finding and producing gold in northern British Columbia that dates back half a... — Updated 9/24/2006

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

Galore Creek crew on top of world

Drop by Galore Creek camp this summer and you're sure to be well fed. A lively bunch of young people load up their plates with steak, shrimp, potatoes, salads and cakes, refueling after another rainy day in the field. The only slight... — Updated 9/24/2006

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

Bears ready to reclaim Eskay Creek mine

Barrick's Eskay Creek mine in British Columbia isn't a bad place to work underground. The miners are well paid and happy to be doing their jobs alone, without a boss looking over their shoulder all the time. They consider the search for... — Updated 9/24/2006

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

Alaska miners celebrate Gold Rush heroes

A woman who appears on a "Legends of the West" postal stamp and a man who killed two people in gunfights were inducted into the Alaska Mining Hall of Fame in March. Nellie Cashman and Jack Dalton followed very different paths in life,... — Updated 4/23/2006 Full story

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

NovaGold's Galore Creek grows at a gallop

One of British Columbia's largest advanced exploration projects has taken a leap forward this summer, with the camp at Galore Creek expanding from 75 people to 175 people. Vancouver-based NovaGold Resources, well-known in Alaska with... — Updated 7/24/2005 Full story

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

Worst is over at former Yukon asbestos mine

Sawson City, Yukon epitomizes the romance of the Gold Rush, so it was a little surprising that the first field trip arranged as part of this year's Northern Latitudes Reclamation Workshop was to an extremely unglamorous site: the former... — Updated 6/19/2005

 

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