Volume 97 Number 30 Sep 12 - 18, 2011

Trucks at Agnico-Eagle Mines' Meadowbank gold mine in Nunavut. Photo by Salma Tarikh

Agnico’s two pearls in Nunavut

It’s been a tough and ambitious foray in Canada’s Arctic for Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM-T, AEM-N), but one that holds much promise. 

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.

Cutting the ribbon at Copper Mountain, starting second from left: Consul General of Japan Hideki Ito; Mitsubishi Materials president and CEO Hiroshi Yao; and Copper Mountain Mining president and CEO Jim O'Rourke. Photo by Ian Bickis

Copper Mountain opening marks new era in BC mining

With the simple snip of a copper-tinged ribbon, Copper Mountain Mining (CUM-T) CEO Jim O’Rourke, Mitsubishi Materials CEO Hiroshi Yao and Consul General of Japan Hideki Ito officially opened B.C.’s first major metals mine of the twenty-first…

An aircraft on an ice strip at Mountain Province Diamonds' Gahcho Ku diamond project in the Northwest Territories. Photo by Mountain Province diamonds

Mountain Province Diamonds attracts interest

Mountain Province Diamonds (MPV-T, MDM-X) has received “unsolicited expressions of interest from third parties” about its stake in the Gahcho Kué diamond project in Canada’s Northwest Territories.  

A drill rig at Midas Gold's Golden Meadows gold project in Idaho's Stibnite-Yellow Pine district. Photo by Midas Gold

Midas explores consolidated Idaho gold property

Recently launched Midas Gold (MAX-T) is working through a 20,000-metre drill program to prove up the potential of its consolidated gold property in Idaho’s Stibnite-Yellow Pine district.

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