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NorandaFalconbridge merger cheered

Vancouver — The latest in a string of mining mergers has Noranda (NRD-T) and Falconbridge (FL-T) joining forces to form a Canadian-based heavyweight in the globa…

Construction of the settling ponds at Aur Resources' Duck Pond zinc-copper mine in Newfoundland.

Messina stirs up Buchans camp

It takes just one hot hole to put a company in play. In early December 2004, while drilling the Boomerang prospect, south of the Buchans camp in central Newfoundland, Messina Minerals

Noranda, Metallica buy El Morro royalty

Vancouver — Partners Noranda (NRD-T) and Metallica Resources (MR-T) have acquired a 2% net smelter return royalty on the El Morro copper-gold project in north-ce…

Desjardins offers top picks for 2005

In its third annual volume of Strategy Plus, the research department of Montreal-based brokerage house Desjardins Securities weighs in on the year ahead and offers top investment recommendations in all sectors, including mining.

Partners size up Valentine Lake (January 03, 2005)

Following nearly 7,000 metres worth of drilling in 24 holes, partners Richmont Mines (RIC-T) and Mountain Lake Resources (MOA-V) have tabled an inferred resource figure for their Valentine Lake property, 55 km…

A drill tests Virginia Gold Mines' lonore gold prospect in north-central Quebec.

lonore adds oomph to Quebec camp

While still in the early stage of exploration, the lonore gold prospect in the James Bay region of north-central Quebec is shaping up to be quite a find.

Photo by Pattie BealesPhilippe Cloutier, a consulting geologist with Alexis Minerals, stands in front of the Aurbel mill, which is no longer in operation. Alexis has an option to buy the mill from Aur Resources.

Alexis exploration on track for success

Val d’Or, Que. — Exploration is at a high in the Abitibi district of Quebec, and among the most active companies is Alexis Minerals (AMC-V), which has met with early success in this prolific gold and base metals camp.

New contract for CEZinc employees

Employees at Noranda Income Fund‘s (NIF.UN-T) Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Que.-based zinc refinery, operated and managed by Canadian Electrolytic Zinc, have voted 60% in favour of a new collective agreement.

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