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 By Shane Lasley    News
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ME 2012: Junior advances Niblack in 2012

Despite owning a Pacific Rim deposit of gold, copper, zinc and silver worth some US$1.44 billion, Heatherdale Resources Ltd. has not completely escaped the financial paralysis gripping the junior... — Updated 6/3/2020 Full story

 By Curt Freemen    Opinion

Bottom feeders hunt projects in Alaska

The unseasonably, interminably, unspeakably cold spring that is delaying mineral exploration and development work in Alaska this year is being mimicked by a financial chill that is affecting Alaska exploration efforts just like it is the rest of... — Updated 1/26/2018

 By Shane Lasley    News

Deafening silence arises from explorers

Following a rising chorus of junior companies touting impressive exploration programs on mineral prospects across Alaska that reached its crescendo in 2011, a deafening silence is resonating across... — Updated 5/26/2013

 By Shane Lasley    News

Ucore's Bokan: Baby bear of REE projects

The right size operation, recovering the right rare earth elements in the right location; this is how market experts and policymakers are describing Ucore Rare Metals' Bokan Mountain REE project in... — Updated 3/31/2013 Full story

 By Curt Freemen    News

Replacement cost of gold startles

I finally found something I have been thinking about for a long time but had not seen discussed in detail. We have all seen summaries of the declining rate of discoveries for new mineral deposits and have heard about the steadily increasing cost... — Updated 12/30/2012

 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2012: Alaska exploration takes a hit

Ending a streak of robust growth, mineral exploration spending in Alaska during 2012 took a downward turn from the record US$300 million spent a year earlier. "More advanced-stage projects that adde... — Updated 11/11/2012

 By Curt Freeman    News

Alaska gold could get its turn at bat

Over the past six months, the single-most common question I have gotten asked about Alaska's mineral industry is, "Have there been any significant new discoveries?" While there may be an as-yet... — Updated 10/28/2012

 By Shane Lasley    News

Economists forecast mining sector growth

An employment forecast published by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development in October pegged the state's mining sector job growth from 2010 to 2020 at 19 percent. That is second on... — Updated 10/28/2012

 By Curt Freeman    News

State, feds plan digital maps for Alaska

In a long overdue step to bring Alaska into the 21st Century, state and federal agencies met in late June to discuss collaborative funding strategies for Alaska's Statewide Digital Mapping... — Updated 7/29/2012 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Niblack garners financial, local support

Despite owning a Pacific Rim deposit of gold, copper, zinc and silver worth some US$1.44 billion, Heatherdale Resources Ltd. has not completely escaped the financial paralysis gripping the junior... — Updated 7/29/2012

 By Curt Freeman    News

Recent mining revival sparks déjà vu

I was tempted to make a few 2012 predictions now that 2011 is nearly gone, but I decided not to when I came across the following lines and was struck by how closely they mimic our current mining... — Updated 12/25/2011 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Heatherdale to buy partner, produce PEA

By consolidating ownership of the Niblack copper-gold-silver-zinc-silver project on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast Alaska, Heatherdale Resources Ltd. is taking long strides in advancing the... — Updated 12/25/2011

 By Curt Freeman    News

Mining industry faces business risks

As a busy year in the Alaska and global mining industry starts to slide closer to its end, I figured now was a good time to gaze into my crystal ball (rutilated quartz, of course) to see what next y... — Updated 11/20/2011 Full story

 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2011: Explorers seek Alaska mammoths

Whether it is multimillion-ounce gold discoveries, copper deposits that measure in the billions of pounds or massive ore-bodies of 20 percent zinc, Alaska is renowned for its mammoth deposits. The... — Updated 11/6/2011

 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2011: Heatherdale eyes high-grade VMS

Heatherdale Resources Ltd. has spent more than US$25 million since 2009 on expanding the copper-gold-silver-zinc deposits at the Niblack project on Prince of Wales Island. This aggressive... — Updated 11/6/2011

 By Curt Freemen    News

Discoveries fail to keep up with output

A recent article in the Newsletter of the Society of Economic Geologists discussed ways of addressing an arresting trend in the mining industry that affects Alaska's mining future. Authors N. Stephen Enders of the Colorado School of Mines and... — Updated 9/25/2011

 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 j... — Updated 8/28/2011

 By Shane Lasley    News

Ruling threatens drill plans in Tongass

A March ruling by U.S. District Judge John W. Sedwick, which reinstated the so-called "Roadless Rule" in the Tongass National Forest, promised an early end to Ucore Rare Metal Inc.'s 2011... — Updated 8/28/2011

 By Shane Lasley    News

Heatherdale grabs second Alaska VMS

Since the formation of Heatherdale Resources Ltd. in the latter half of 2009, the Hunter Dickinson Inc.-affiliated junior has spent more than US$20 million exploring the Niblack... — Updated 5/29/2011

 By Curt Freeman    News

Stats reflect mining's impact on Alaska

There are some new stats out regarding mining's impact on Alaska that the McDowell Group Inc. produced for the State of Alaska. For 2010, the Alaska mining industry accounted for 3,500 direct jobs... — Updated 2/27/2011

 By Shane Lasley    News

State eyes mining on Prince of Wales

For more than a century Prince of Wales Island has been known as a rich source of gold, copper, platinum group elements and silver. The 2,577-square-mile, or 6,674-square-kilometer, Southeast... — Updated 2/27/2011 Full story

 By Curt Freeman    News

Alaska faces tough road on global stage

Alaska's mining industry is entering the final lap for what has turned out to be a more robust than expected year for exploration, development and production. Strong worldwide demand for mined produ... — Updated 11/21/2010

 By Shane Lasley    News

2010 Mining Explorers: Explorers trek to Last Frontier

The Last Frontier, as Alaska has long been labeled, is as applicable a moniker today as it was to prospectors who ventured to the territory at the end of the 19th century. Alaska is considered one... — Updated 10/31/2010

 By Shane Lasley    News

2010 Mining Explorers: Junior taps mine maker at Niblack

Heatherdale Resources Ltd., a subsidiary of Hunter Dickinson Inc., (see Hunter Dickinson Inc.) is living up to its pledge to aggressively explore the Niblack copper-gold-silver-zinc project on... — Updated 10/31/2010 Full story


2010 Mining Explorers: Hunter Dickinson Inc.

Chairman: Robert Dickinson CEO: Ronald Thiessen Hunter Dickinson Inc. is a Vancouver, B.C.-based private company associated with a suite of publicly-traded companies engaged in mineral exploration, development and mine operations around the world.... — Updated 10/31/2010


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