Wolfden Resources Corporation

A driller at Wolfden Resources' Rice Island nickel-copper project in Manitoba. Source: Wolfden Resources

Wolfden hunts for nickel in Manitoba

VANCOUVER — When nickel giant Vale (NYSE: VALE) dropped its claims over the Rice Island nickel and copper project in the highly prolific Flin Flon–Snow Lake mining district of Manitoba in May, junior explorer Wolfden Resources…

Drillers at Wolfden Mining's Tetagouche massive sulphide project in New Brunswick, 25 km west of Bathurst. Source: Wolfden Mining

Wolfden keeps the drills turning in Bathurst camp

VANCOUVER — It may very well be the worst market conditions for explorers, but that hasn’t stopped Wolfden Resources (TSXV: WLF) from mounting a drill campaign across its expansive land position in the heart of…

A high-grade zinc-lead-silver boulder at Wolfden Resources' Tetagouche polymetallic project in New Brunswick. Credit: Wolfden Resources

Wolfden strives for discoveries in historic Bathurst camp

VANCOUVER — Base metals explorer Wolfden Resources  (TSXV: WLF) may hold a sizable land package in the historically productive Bathurst mining camp, but according to CEO George Topping the company is all about new discoveries.

Mega Precious Metals president and CEO Glen Kuntz at the Monument Bay gold project in northeast Manitoba. Photo by Anthony Vaccaro.

Site visit: Mega Precious goes monumental

MONUMENT BAY, MANITOBA — Make no mistake about it, Mega Precious Metals’ (TSXV: MGP) Monument Bay project is a serious gold play. With 3.6 million global ounces of gold already outlined, this property in northeastern Manitoba has…

Wolfden digs into Armstrong

Wolfden Resources (TSXV: WLF) is looking to repeat the success of its former namesake, and if it can do it, it will take the province of New Brunswick along for the ride.

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