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Drills show Saddle North porphyry upside

GT Gold Corp. Oct. 10 reports that drilling continues to tap long sections of porphyry gold-copper-silver mineralization at the Saddle North discovery on the company's Tatogga property... — Updated 9/25/2020

 
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Drill taps thick porphyry at Saddle North

GT Gold Corp. Sept. 10 announced a major porphyry copper-gold-silver discovery in the first hole drilled this year at the Saddle North target on the company's Tatogga property in British... — Updated 9/25/2020

 
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GT Gold explores its own golden triangle

GT Gold Corp. June 4 said crews are on their way to Tatogga to begin a planned 18,000-meter drill program at this exciting new gold project in British Columbia's Golden Triangle. A 16,000... — Updated 9/25/2020

 
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Discovery to deposit; drills turning at Saddle

GT Gold Corp. June 27 reported that two drills are turning at the high-grade Saddle gold-silver discovery on the Tatogga property British Columbia's Golden Triangle The company plans to... — Updated 7/6/2018

 

Mining Explorers 2016: Colorado Resources Ltd.

Colorado Resources Ltd. owns or has options on five properties that blanket more than 1,000 square kilometers of northwestern British Columbia. The junior’s 2016 exploration focused primarily on KSP, a property the company is... — Updated 2/3/2018 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2016: B.C. exploration turns north

When judging the health of global mineral exploration, British Columbia seems to be the perfect model. In 2015, roughly C$272 million was invested in discovering and delineating mineral... — Updated 2/3/2018

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Larger negotiating table

Instead of putting up taller fences along the roughly 800-mile (1,300 kilometers) border between Alaska and British Columbia, the neighbors are building a larger negotiating table to... — Updated 1/27/2018 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

BC mines raise ire of environmentalists

The Red Chris copper-gold mine in northwestern British Columbia has received final approvals necessary for commercial operation, marking the sixth new mine to open in the western... — Updated 1/26/2018 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Protecting state waters

Alaska’s congressional delegation is once again eliciting greater Obama Administration involvement in the potential development of numerous mines being considered on northwestern... — Updated 1/26/2018 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Golden 2017 for miners

Strong metals prices and a pro-jobs businessman who vows to inject “new American metal into the spine of this country” preparing to set up his office in the White House bodes well... — Updated 1/24/2018

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2017: Exploring B.C.'s mining country

With world-class mineral deposits, paved roads and commercial power, northern British Columbia is considered by many as a great place to achieve a mining explorer's ultimate goal ... — Updated 1/24/2018 Full story

 

Production climbs at Imperial's BC mines

Imperial Metals Corp. Jan. 18 reported that its share of 2016 production from three British Columbia mines totaled 119.17 million pounds copper, 94,930 ounces gold and 330,960 oz. silver, up from the 88.13 million lb copper, 44,710 oz... — Updated 1/19/2018

 

Imperial raises $65M

Imperial Metals Corp., owner of the Red Chris and Mount Polley copper-gold mines in British Columbia, Dec. 30 closed a C$65 million private placement financing. The financing involved... — Updated 1/8/2017

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Dam lessons learned

Storing the rock leftover after the desired minerals are recovered is one of the most fundamental parts of mining. Typically stored behind massive earthen embankments, these tailings... — Updated 12/11/2016

 

Red Chris production up; Huckleberry Mine winding down

Imperial Metals Corp. July 15 said its three mines in British Columbia produced 39.76 million pounds of copper and 27,689 ounces of gold during the second quarter of 2016. The Red Chris M... — Updated 7/24/2016

 

Mount Polley tailings dam repaired, back in use

Imperial Metals Corp. June 23 reported that the British Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines and the Ministry of Environment have authorized the Mount Polley Mine to return to normal... — Updated 7/3/2016 Full story

 

Ongoing low copper price forces Huckleberry to suspend milling

Imperial Metals Corp. Feb. 5 said the Huckleberry Mine in western British Columbia will be placed on care and maintenance until there is an improvement in the price of copper.... — Updated 2/14/2016

 

Freeport opts out of Tanzilla copper project in northern BC

Kaizen Discovery Jan. 8 reported that Freeport-McMoRan of Canada Ltd. has terminated an earn-in option on the Tanzilla copper-gold porphyry project in the Golden Triangle area of... — Updated 1/17/2016

 

Copper prices press Huckleberry to stop mining at B.C. operation

Imperial Metals Corp. Jan. 6 reported the suspension of pit operations at the Huckleberry copper-gold-silver mine in central British Columbia. Imperial holds 50 percent interest in... — Updated 1/10/2016

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Mining Explorers 2015: Exploration mimics world trend

Mineral and coal exploration spending in British Columbia has dropped nearly 30 percent a year since reaching a pinnacle of C$680 million in 2012, mirroring the downward trend seen... — Updated 11/1/2015

 

Red Chris runs at near targeted levels in Q3

Imperial Metals Corp. Oct. 14 reported that the Red Chris mine in Northwest British Columbia produced 20.7 million pounds of copper and 9,281 ounces of gold during the third quarter, incr... — Updated 10/18/2015 Full story

 

BC permits limit re-start of Mt. Polley

British Columbia Ministry of Energy and Mines and Ministry of Environment July 9 reported the issuance of conditional permits that will allow for the restricted resumption of operations... — Updated 7/19/2015

 

Imperial's $80M financing backstopped

Imperial Metals Corp. June 26 provided an update on terms of previously announced financings totaling roughly C$80 million as well as the Red Chris commissioning progress. The company previously reported its intention to raise about... — Updated 7/5/2015

 

Milestone permit for Red Chris issued

Imperial Metals Corp. June 16 reported the receipt of an amended British Columbia Environmental Management Act Permit for its Red Chris copper-gold mine in northwestern British Columbia. The amended permit, which the B.C. Ministry of... — Updated 6/21/2015 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News

Mallott visits B.C., Mount Polley mine

Alaska Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott spent this week getting a firsthand look at trans-boundary water issues from the British Columbia side of the border, where a number of mines are being... — Updated 5/10/2015 Full story

 

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