Volume 98 Number 41 Nov 26 - Dec 2, 2012

Workers bolting wire mesh to the rock face to secure an access way in QMX Gold's Lac Herbin gold mine in Val-d'Or, Quebec. Source: QMX Gold

QMX Gold looks forward to brighter days

At the beginning of the year, Toronto-based producer QMX Gold (QMX-T) — then Alexis Minerals — had quite a lot on its plate. The company was trying to stabilize operations at its Lac Herbin gold mine in Val-d’Or, Que., as well…

Cuervo Resources chairman Gordon Watts at the Cerro Ccopane project. Photo by Salma Tarikh

Cuervo jumps back into action in Peru

Iron ore explorer Cuervo Resources (FE-C) may be on to something big as it drills off the Bob 1 zone, one of the two large targets on its flagship Cerro Ccopane iron ore property in southern Peru.

Drillers at work at Kirkland Mining's 12 Mile gold-silver target in Elko County, Nevada. Photo by Matthew Keevil

West Kirkland sticks to its guns in Long Canyon

For president and CEO Michael Jones and his team at West Kirkland Mining (WKM-V), the path forward is clear: establish a strong land position in an emerging gold district, and operate with the tenacity and business savvy needed to stay there….

A helicopter flies above a worker at Tower Resources JD gold-silver property 300 km north of Smithers, B.C. Source: Tower Resources

Tower Resources writes a new chapter in BC gold

Vancouver-based explorer Tower Resources (TWR-V) did not stray far from home when it came time to pick its projects. Boasting a strong technical team with a history of success in Western Canada, Tower has cobbled together a portfolio of highly…

Who dares to mine wins: SAS

St Andrew Goldfields’ (SAS-T) ambitious goal of reaching 100,000 oz. gold production for the year is getting closer to reality.

An aerial view of Spanish Mountain Gold's namesake gold-silver project, 60 km northeast of Williams Lake, B.C. Source: Spanish Mountain Gold

Spanish Mountain sizes up production in the Cariboo

It is nearly decision time for British Columbian explorer Spanish Mountain Gold (SPA-V) at its wholly owned, multi-million ounce gold-silver project 60 km northeast of Williams Lake, B.C. On Nov. 15, the company released an updated preliminary…

Brucejack project camp. Source: Pretium Resources

Pretium works to conquer the Valley of the Kings

Driving to complete a feasibility study on its wholly owned Brucejack gold-silver project, 65 km north of Stewart, B.C., Vancouver-based Pretium Resources (PVG-T, PVG-N) has released an updated resource estimate on its Valley of the Kings zone.

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