Aquila Resources Inc

Aquila Boosts Resource at Back Forty

The Back Forty massive sulphide deposit in Menominee Cty., in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, has more than double the previously estimated resource, according to a newly filed calculation.

Back Forty drilling cuts gold too (April 16, 2007)

Aquila Resources (AQA-V, AQARF-O) has completed two new holes on the Back Forty base metal deposit in Menominee Cty., Mich., and both have intersected gold mineralization as well as copper and zinc.

JAMES WHYTEBob Mann (left) and David Black (middle, foreground) of Aquila Resources display core from the Back Forty massive sulphide project in Michigan.

Aquila targets Upper Peninsula

Menominee Cty., Mich. — In the Upper Peninsula of Michigan it’s not hard to imagine you are in northern Ontario. The scenery is much like the north shore of the big lakes, and the little details fit,…

Aquila finds more sulphides

Drilling by Aquila Resources (AQA-V) at the Back Forty project in Menominee Cty., Michigan, has intersected gold an…

Aquila intersects sulphides in Michigan

Through most of the current field season Aquila Resources (AQA-V, AQARF-O) has been drilling massive sulphide intersections at the Back Forty project in Menominee Cty., Mich….

Kinross updates Duquesne

Armed with 14 drill holes and re-assayed values from several old holes, Reddick Consulting has updated the inferred resource at Globex Mining’s (GMX-T) 50%-owned Duquesne West gold property in Duparqu…

JML to test Marten River

JML Resources (JJJ-V) is preparing for a drill program at its diamond project in northern Ontario.Based on more than 1,800 till samples and the results of a helicopter-borne geophysical survey, JML in…

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