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Tectonic has big 2019 plans for Alaska
Tectonic Metals Inc. plans to leverage Alaska's underexplored gold potential to create "the number one mineral exploration company in the world." While this is a lofty goal, Tectonic Meta... — Updated 9/25/2020
Kaminak 2.0 explores Alaska gold potential
Members of the Kaminak Gold Corp. executive team have reunited to form Tectonic Metals Corp., a private exploration company that has acquired three overlooked gold exploration properties... — Updated 9/25/2020
New Age seeks JV for Genesis PGM project
New Age Metals Inc. Aug. 29 announced the completion of a technical report that outlines a three-year plan for furthering exploration at its Genesis platinum group metals-copper-nickel... — Updated 9/25/2020
Critical Minerals Alaska – Chromite
A vital ingredient in stainless steel and superalloys, chromium is considered by the United States Geological Survey as "one of the Nation's most important strategic and critical... — Updated 9/25/2020
A pivotal year for Palmer VMS project
2018 is shaping up to be a pivotal year for the Palmer copper-zinc-silver-gold project in Southeast Alaska. A roughly US$9 million exploration program outlined by Constantine Metal... — Updated 9/25/2020
Critical Minerals Alaska – PGEs
The six platinum group elements – platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, iridium, and osmium – are amongst the rarest metals on Earth. This scarcity, coupled with PGEs' uses in the... — Updated 9/25/2020
New Age cuts deal for Genesis PGM
New Age Metals Inc. April 18 announced that it has signed an agreement with Anglo Alaska Gold Corp. to acquire full ownership of the Genesis, a 10,240-acre, drill-ready platinum group met... — Updated 9/24/2020
New Age looking for Alaska green metals
New Age Metals Inc. April 14 announced that it has signed a binding letter of intent with Avalon Development Corp. for acquiring and exploring platinum group metals and rare earth... — Updated 9/24/2020
Critical Minerals Alaska – Tin
Primarily associated with cans, cups and roofs, tin may not be the flashiest metal on the market, but it has been a strategic metal that has defined human progress since the onset of the... — Updated 9/24/2020
"We can finally get back to business!"
Earlier in November, the Alaska Miners Association held its annual convention and trade show in Anchorage and as always, the well-attended convention overlapped with election Tuesday.... — Updated 1/26/2018
Miners wrap up active year in Alaska
Over the past month, three of Alaska's large mines reported strong quarterly results; two projects in advanced permitting and pre-feasibility reported recent progress; and three... — Updated 1/26/2018
A brighter outlook!
With metal prices stabilizing, physical stockpiles dwindling and demand again on the rise, things are beginning to look up for the beleagered mining industry. Gold's performance over the... — Updated 1/26/2018
Mining Explorers 2015: Strategic Metals Ltd.
SMD: TSX President and CEO: W. Douglas Eaton Chairman: Bruce Youngman Chief Operating Officer: Ian Talbot Strategic Metals Ltd. has more than 125 mineral properties in the Yukon, making it the largest claim holder in the territory.... — Updated 11/1/2015
Palmer doubles in size
While many of its peers are struggling to find money to continue exploration at their promising mineral prospects and deposits, Constantine Metal Resources Ltd. has managed to forge... — Updated 5/17/2015
Mining Explorers 2014: Tip of the VMS iceberg at Palmer
Like an iceberg, it appears the 4.75 million metric tons of massive sulfide mineralization outlined so far at the Glacier Creek deposit near the top of Mt. Morlan at Constantine Metal... — Updated 11/2/2014
Mining Explorers 2014: Millrock Resources Inc.
MRO: TSX.V President and CEO: Gregory Beischer Chief Exploration Officer: Philip St. George Executive Vice President: Sarah Whicker Millrock Resources Inc. identifies and acquires grassroots mineral prospects and then seeks joint... — Updated 11/2/2014
2014 ushers in field season of contrasts
WHITEHORSE, Yukon Territory - Quieter streets, emptier skies, shorter business hours and closed shops here are sure signs of tough times in the mining industry. Hours away by helicopter, one can find bare-bones exploration camps and... — Updated 8/31/2014
Worst of funding drought could be over
As is normally the case in high summer in Alaska, news has started to trickle out of the hills on projects where new work is being conducted, and several properties have changed hands or... — Updated 7/27/2014