Diamonds North Resources Ltd

New discovery at Amaruk proves diamond-bearing

While microdiamond results are positive for the first of four new kimberlites discovered last year by Diamonds North Resources (DDN-V, DDNFF-O) on the Amaruk property in the Pelly Bay area of Nunavut,…

Diamonds North Finds More Amaruk Kimberlites

A first pass of drilling by Diamonds North Resources (DDN-V, DNORF-O) on its wholly owned Amaruk property in the Pelly Bay area of Nunavut has resulted in the discovery of four new kimberlite bodies,…

INDICATOR MINERALSA map outlining eastern Nunavut's emerging Franklin diamond district.

Nunavut’s Pelly Bay area shows diamond potential

A new kimberlite camp is emerging in the Canadian Arctic as Indicator Minerals (IME-V) has discovered several large, pipe-like kimberlite bodies during a summer drilling campaign on the Darby project…

TITAN URANIUMFrom left: Titan Uranium CEO Chad Wasilenkoff, director-chairman Arni Johannson, president Philip Olson and geologist Paul Nichols (orange vest) head out from Baker Lake airport to the company's Thelon basin uranium project in Nunavut.

Forgotten Thelon attracts attention

Vancouver — Sharing many similarities with the better-known Athabasca basin in northern Saskatchewan, the Thelon basin, situated on border of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, is enjoying an exp…

STORNOWAY DIAMONDA drill platform at Stornoway Diamond's Aviat project in eastern Nunavut, where the company plans to focus the lion's share of its exploration dollars in 2006.

Arctic diamond hunt heads east

Vancouver — With most of the best prospects in the Lac de Gras diamond camp already in senior company hands, Canadian diamond exploration companies have shifted their focus to less explored areas con…

Diamonds North plans U3O8 spinoff

Aptly named diamond explorer Diamonds North Resources (DDN-V, DNORF-O) plans to hive off its uranium assets under a new exploration vehicle dubbed Uranium North Resources….

PEOPLE (June 27, 2005)

Adamus Res. — Ian Cunningham and Silvia Caruso appointed joint corporate secretaries; Michael Hunter retired as corporate secretary….

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