Volume 101 Number 5 Mar 16 - 22, 2015

A representative "run of mine" from a portion of Q1-4 kimberlitic bulk sample totaling 17.22 carats. The largest white diamond is 1.52 carats and the largest yellow diamond is 1.17 carats. Credit: North Arrow Minerals

Bulk sample results boost diamond junior North Arrow

The initial results of a bulk sample from North Arrow Minerals’ (TSXV: NAR; US-OTC: NHAWF) Q1-4 kimberlite, at the Qilalugaq project in Nunavut, show that the yellow diamonds that were recovered in early sampling persist into larger…

Wall Street ends in the red, March 2-6

U.S. stocks tumbled during the first week of March as investors worried the strong monthly jobs report might trigger the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates sooner than expected. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 276 points, or 1.5%,…

A drill site at Novo Resources' Beatons Creek gold project in Australia's Pilbara region. Credit: Novo Resources

Golden payoff in the Pilbara for Novo Resources

VANCOUVER — It’s easy pickings for Novo Resources (US-OTC: NSRPF) at its Beatons Creek paleoplacer gold deposit near the historic gold mining town of Nullagine in the eastern Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Attendees at the 2015 Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada conference in Toronto.  Credit: Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada

Cautious optimism surfaces at 2015 PDAC

This year’s Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention drew 23,578 attendees from over 100 countries. While the crowd for the world’s largest mining event, held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, was…

TSX drops, March 2-6

Canada’s main stock index was in the red during the week of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada convention, with the country reporting lower gross domestic product growth in the fourth quarter and a worsening trade…

TSX Venture finishes in the red, March 2-6

The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index lost ground during the trading sessions, dropping 2.5%, or 17.94 points, before closing at 688.79 points. Metal futures were on the decline, while investors waited on a potential interest rate hike from…

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