Victory Nickel Inc

TSX posts slim gain, Oct. 27-31

It was not a good week for gold companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange, with the U.S. Federal Reserve confirming that its quantitative easing program would end in October. The gold price fell to US$1,170.60 per oz., while a stronger greenback…

A truck underneath a frac sand silo beside a storage house at Victory Silica's Seven Persons frac sand plant. Photo by Matthew Keevil.

Victory enters frac sand fray with Seven Persons plant

MEDICINE HAT, ALTA — When it comes to open-pit mining, having more than 100 million tonnes of overburden sitting on top of your deposit is typically a situation best avoided, but for junior Victory Nickel (TSX: NI; US-OTC: VNCKF)…

An aerial view of a drill rig at Victory Nickel's Minago nickel project in Manitoba. Photo by Victory Nickel

Victory to build Minago nickel mine

After spending years proving up one of Canada’s largest undeveloped nickel-sulphide deposits, Victory Nickel (NI-T) has cleared the final regulatory hurdle to build a mine at its Minago project in northern Manitoba’s Thompson nickel belt.

Goldbrook keeps 25% of Nunavik

A potentially lucrative partnership that turned sour and then to the courts is a step closer to resolution, after an arbitration panel ruled that Goldbrook Ventures (GBK-V) has the right to a 25% stake in Jien Canada Mining’s Nunavik nickel…

Victory pushes Minago closer to development

After spending four years proving up one of Canada’s largest undeveloped sulphide nickel deposits, Victory Nickel (NI-T) has received a licence to start building a mine at its Minago project in Manitoba.

Independent Nickel mulls its options

Hoping to expand its nickel holdings in Manitoba, Victory Nickel (NI-T, VNCKF-O) has made an unsolicited, all-share takeover bid for Sudbury, Ont.-based Independent Nickel (INI-T, INIFF-O).

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