Diamonds North Resources Ltd

Diamonds North Resources Exploration Manager Graham Gill examines kimberlite outcrop on the King Eider trend, situated on the Blue Ice property on Victoria Island.

Unearthing the sparkle in Canada

In only three years, Diamonds North Resources (DDN-V) has emerged as a credible force on the Canadian diamond exploration scene….

Diamondex Resources field personnel employ a Russian stream-sediment sampling method that involves sampling major streams for kimberlite indicator minerals using a hand-carved cedar pan, then gradually zeroing in on the most promising areas with detailed sampling in nearby tributaries that bear indicator minerals.

Diamondex zeros in on Lena West targets

Diamondex Resources (DSP-V) is pumping $4.8 million — almost half its 2005 exploration budget — into the Lena West property in the Northwest Territories in hopes of confirming the…

Canadian uranium beyond the Basin

Vancouver — For most, uranium mining in Canada is synonymous with northern Saskatchewan, yet many other areas of the country are prospective for the energy-generating element….

Northern initiative generates targets for Diamonds North

Diamonds North Resources (DDN-V) has staked more than 1,200 sq. km of new mineral claims 100 km south of Baker Lake in Nunavut, following the recovery of kimberlite indicator mineral grains from multiple till samples. The sample…

Commander Resources' Project Geologist Lamont Leatherman at an outcrop of the gold-bearing Bravo iron formation at the Ridge Lake prospect on Baffin Island.

Commander cuts high-grade gold

Vancouver — Drilling on Commander Resources‘ (CMD-V) Baffin Island gold project has delivered further intersections of high-grade gold from iron formation targets.

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