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 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Kutcho Creek strides toward first ore

Kutcho Creek is another copper-zinc project in the mineral-dense region of northern British Columbia that is rapidly headed toward development. Among the numerous mines and mining development projects in the area are NovaGold's Galore... — Updated 1/10/2018

 

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 Mining News    News

Junior producers plan Mexi-Can merger

Sherwood Copper Corp. and Capstone Mining Corp. Sept. 8 said they signed a letter of agreement to combine their operations to create a copper mining company with two producing mines in mining-friendly jurisdictions in North America. The... — Updated 9/28/2008

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Sherwood: More at Minto, less at Kutcho

Sometimes less can be more and then other times, more is just plain more. That's the word from Sherwood Copper Corp. The company posted a major jump in mineral resource estimates June 17 for its Minto Mine in central Yukon, based on... — Updated 6/29/2008

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Expansion initiatives gel for Sherwood

Sherwood Copper Corp., less than a year after commissioning its copper-rich Minto Mine in central Yukon, appears to be firing on all cylinders with production, expansion and exploration initiatives. The Vancouver, B.C.-based miner May... — Updated 5/25/2008

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

Sherwood Copper bids for Western Keltic

Sherwood Copper Corp., owner of the Yukon's Minto copper-gold mine, has offered to purchase Western Keltic Mines Inc. in a friendly stock-swap transaction valued at about $37.52 million. Acting with the blessing of Western Keltic's... — Updated 1/27/2008

 
 By Rose Ragsdale    News

B.C., Yukon power lines win key approvals

Two of Canada's westernmost governments are moving forward with power transmission projects aimed at bringing lower cost energy and jobs to rural residents while spurring mine development in remote areas. British Columbia and Yukon... — Updated 10/28/2007 Full story

 
 By Sarah Hurst    News

Kutcho Creek makes promising copper target

A Vancouver-based junior that has been conducting a drilling program on its sole property, Kutcho Creek in northern British Columbia, formally entered the environmental assessment process last summer with a view to developing a mine.... — Updated 1/29/2006 Full story

 

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