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 By Shane Lasley    News
Gold silver mine project near Stewart, Golden Triangle British Columbia

IDM Mining, Ascot Resources to join forces

IDM Mining Ltd. and Ascot Resources Ltd. are joining forces to create a premier mine development and exploration company with two high-grade gold-silver mine projects near Stewart, a mining town in... — Updated 1/18/2019 Full story

Mining Explorers 2018 Alaska Yukon Nunavut mining and mineral exploration

Electrum Group funds strategic exploration

Since investing roughly US$70 million to acquire a 28 percent stake in Novagold Resources Inc. in 2009, American billionaire Thomas Kaplan and his Electrum Group of companies have taken a keen intere... — Updated 3/1/2019 Full story

Historic high grade Engineer gold mine property near Atlin BC

Engineer Gold Mines ramps up exploration

Engineer Gold Mines Ltd. July 31 announced that it has hired Whitehorse-based DeCoors Mining Corp. to carry out a mobile metal ion (MMI) soil geochemical survey on the historic Engineer Gold Mine... — Updated 8/10/2018

New GT Gold president CEO high grade discovery, expansion exploration

New top exec to take GT Gold to next level

GT Gold Corp. June 14 named Steve Burleton, a seasoned mining executive with significant experience in capital raising and corporate development as the gold exploration company's new president and... — Updated 6/22/2018 Full story

Historic high-grade gold mine BC Golden Triangle, exploration and development

Blind Creek spins out Engineer Gold Mines

Blind Creek Resources Ltd. June 1 completed an arrangement to spin its Engineer gold mine project into Engineer Gold Mines Ltd., a Toronto Venture Exchange listed subsidiary that will advance... — Updated 6/8/2018 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Hamilton joins Pebble

With the addition of Mark Hamilton as executive vice president of external affairs, the Pebble Limited Partnership continues to build upon an impressive team of Alaska-based leaders as it prepares... — Updated 1/25/2018


TMAC makes headway; hires experienced COO

TMAC Resources Inc. Aug. 14 said its first drill program at the Boston deposit, located in the southern portion of its Hope Bay project in Nunavut, has cut high-grade gold mineralization over wide widths. "Since acquiring the Hope Bay Project in 201... — Updated 1/14/2018

 By Shane Lasley    News

Another Lucky Shot

Miranda Gold Corp. and Gold Torrent Inc. have their sights set on opening a high-grade gold mine at the historic Willow Creek property in the Hatcher Pass region of Southcentral Alaska by the end of... — Updated 1/18/2018


Hanneman named Tower Hill CEO; $6.7M work program for Livengood

International Tower Hill Mines Ltd. Feb. 1 said it has paid the U$14.7 million payment due on certain claims associated with its Livengood gold project in Interior Alaska. Following the completion... — Updated 2/5/2017 Full story


Murder/mining tale dishes chilly thrills

Steven C. Levi's new mystery, "Dead Men Do Come Back," not only provides a rollicking glimpse of the new Old West, it takes a discerning leap into the world of Alaska mining during the little-discussed early years of the last century. Narrated in... — Updated 7/31/2016


Blythe brings development depth to Rockhaven management team

Rockhaven Resources Ltd. June 30 reported the appointment of Marc Blythe as vice president, project development. Blythe holds a master of business administration degree from La Trobe University in Me... — Updated 7/10/2016

 By Shane Lasley    News

Crowdfunding awakens

There's been an awakening. Have you felt it? "Crowdfunding" is emerging as a revolutionary new force in the way mining and mineral exploration companies will raise the cash needed to discover and dev... — Updated 1/10/2016 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Verdict is in on Mt. Polley dam

A design flaw resulting from an inadequate understanding of the glacial lake sediments that formed a portion of the foundation on which the tailings dam at the Mount Polley mine located in... — Updated 2/8/2015 Full story


Northern Neighbors

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark Jan. 26 unveiled C$9 million in new funding to support mining in the province. Clark said the funds will establish a Major Mines Permitting Office to improve... — Updated 2/1/2015 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Province seeks river pact with Alaska

To further strengthen neighborly bonds, British Columbia Minister of Mines Bill Bennett met with miners, fishermen, legislators and state regulators during an early November trip to Alaska. "I hope,... — Updated 11/23/2014

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

First Nations create mineral explorer

The Dene First Nations of Northwest Territories has created what is likely Canada's first 100 percent aboriginal-owned exploration and mining company. Named DemCo Limited Partnership, the startup will celebrate one year in business in October, and... — Updated 9/28/2014

 By Shane Lasley    News

Dam breach tarnishes miners' reputation

Results from water sampling show that the immediate environmental impacts of an estimated 14.5 million cubic meters of tailings and water released from a facility at Imperial Metals Corp.'s Mount... — Updated 8/31/2014 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Accomplished Alaskan leads Tower Hill

International Tower Hill Mines Ltd. rang in 2014 with a new chief executive leading a streamlined Alaska-centric company focused on optimizing and safeguarding Livengood until a partner steps up to... — Updated 1/26/2014

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Coffee emerges as district-scale project

With nearly five exploration seasons under its belt, Kaminak Gold Corp.'s Coffee Gold Project appears to be on the road to delivering on its potential as an emerging district-scale mining opportunity. Located in the White Gold district of... — Updated 10/27/2013

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Quiet season eclipses hectic activity

A substantial amount of mining activity continued apace in Yukon Territory this season even though most mining companies are shying away from the anorexic capital markets. Many exploration companies raised funds in other ways, turning out their pock... — Updated 8/25/2013

 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Fortune advances two projects in tandem

Fortune Minerals Ltd. is advancing two mineral projects involving three different jurisdictions of Canada and doing much of it with the same timeframe. On the heels of development of its Nico gold-cobalt-bismuth-copper project in Northwest... — Updated 2/24/2013

 By Shane Lasley    News

Tower Hill chairman fills executive void

Don Ewigleben and Tom Irwin - two figures that played key roles in the development of Kinross Gold Corp.'s Fort Knox Mine - are once again united to develop a world-class gold deposit in Interior... — Updated 9/30/2012 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Tulsequah targets 2015 production start

One year after going public, Chieftain Metals Inc. is blazing a trail through roadblocks that impeded past efforts to re-open the historical Tulsequah Chief Mine, a precious metals-rich volcanogenic... — Updated 1/22/2012 Full story

 By Curt Freemen    News

Economic jitters sap venture capital

Despite the abundance of good news from the Alaska mining industry this month, there is an unusual black cloud hanging over the industry that threatens to rain on our parade of projects. Domestic and international markets got a severe case of the ji... — Updated 8/28/2011

 By Curt Freeman    News

Look no farther for rare gold deposits

Some months ago I was talking to a senior exploration manager regarding the lack of new discoveries worldwide in the last few years. The subject came up of just how rare a +1-million-ounce gold... — Updated 5/29/2011


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