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Project geologist Jared Tarswell (left) and Rockhaven Resources CEO Matt Turner at the Klaza gold-silver project in central Yukon. Photo by Gwen Preston.

Rockhaven has high hopes for Klaza in Yukon

CARMACKS, YUKON — Rockhaven Resources (TSXV: RK) is not the first, second, or even third company to explore the Klaza project in central Yukon, but it is the first company to find what the others had sought: epithermal gold and silver.


Kaminak Gold's vice-president of exploration Tim Smith at the Coffee gold project in the Yukon's White Gold district. Photo by Ian Bickis

The Yukon gold rush matures

The Yukon gold exploration season is ramping up for another year, looking a little more restrained for 2012 but still full of potential.


A gossan at Manson Creek Resources' Tell gold project in the Yukon. Photo by Manson Creek Resources

Manson Creek shares surge on new gossans in Yukon

Shares of Manson Creek Resources (MCK-V) surged 185.7% on news it had discovered three new natural spring gossans on its Tell property south of Atac Resources’ (ATC-V) Rau claims in the Yukon.


Manson Creek shares surge on new gossans in Yukon

Shares of  Manson Creek Resources (MCK-V) surged 185.7% on news it had discovered three new natural spring gossans on its Tell property immediately south of Atac Resources’ (ATC-V) Rau claims in the Yukon.



Wolfpack Gold to be born

Looking to make the most of their respective low-profile gold projects in the U.S., Seabridge Gold (SEA-T) and Golden Predator (GPD-T) have teamed up to spin out the properties into Wolfpack Gold.


Venture edges up in Jan. 24-28 period

Vancouver – Like gold and oil, The S&P TSX Venture Exchange swung down then up over the January 24-29 period, with the exchange eking out a slight gain. By the numbers, the Venture dropped a total of 79.43 points over three days while…


Michael Burke, head of mineral services for the Yukon government (on the left) and Farshid Ghazanfari, a geological technical co-ordinator and consultant with Largo Resources, inspect core at the company's Northern Dancer tungsten-moly project, in the Yukon.

Largo bets on hunger for Yukon tungsten

SITE VISIT TESLIN, YUKON–“If China’s hoarding their tungsten, where does Japan go?” Tim Mann, Largo Resources’ (LGO-V, LGORF-O) vice-president of engineering, asks a small gathering…


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