Volume 98 Number 50 Jan 28 - Feb 3, 2013

An aircraft landing strip near the camp at Kivalliq Energy's Angilak uranium property in Nunavut. Source: Kivalliq Energy

Kivalliq stacks uranium resources at Angilak

It has been roughly three years since uranium explorer Kivalliq Energy (KIV-V) began drilling in earnest at its 1,377-sq.-km Angilak property in Nunavut. The company has long maintained it is looking at a district-scale play in what could…

In a trench at Eurasian Minerals' Akarca gold-silver project in northwest Turkey, from front: chief geologist David Johnson, country manager Mike Sheehan, geologist Halil Aydincak and geologist Alper Ozbek. Source: Eurasian Minerals

Eurasian scores in Turkey

After a busy 2012, Eurasian Minerals (EMX-V) is starting 2013 with a bang: in its first news release of the year the company reported the highest-grade intercept to date at Akarca, the gold-silver project in northwest Turkey where Eurasian just…


The story “Rubicon prepares to defend Phoenix in court” (TNM, Jan. 7­–13/13) incorrectly stated that Rubicon has a Benefits Agreement with the Lac Seul First Nation. In fact, Rubicon has an Exploration Accommodation…

Western Copper and Gold's Casino copper-gold-molybdenum project in the Yukon. Source: Western Copper and Gold

Western Copper jumps on Casino feasibility study

For resource companies, it can be hard to keep investors interested during the lull between discovery and development. During those years the story shifts from exciting exploration results to endless studies of metallurgy, hydrography, power…

Ivanplats doubles vast copper resource at Kamoa in DRC

Robert Friedland’s latest venture looks to be following a familiar template. On Jan. 17, Vancouver-based Ivanplats (IVP-T) updated the resource estimate on its Kamoa copper discovery in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, boosting…

Visitors at Seabridge Gold's KSM gold-copper project, 70 km north of Stewart, British Columbia. Source: Seabridge Gold

KSM keeps growing for Seabridge

Seabridge Gold’s (SEA-T, SA-N) KSM project is already one of the largest undeveloped gold projects in the world, home to 38 million oz. gold and 10 billion lb. copper. But with drills tapping into deep core zones and new stepout targets,…

A worker on a piece of mine-development equipment at Brigus Gold's Black Fox gold mine in Timmins, Ontario. Source: Brigus Gold

Brigus looks to a brighter 2013

Brigus Gold (BRD-T, BRD-X) has hit its 2012 production target and is eyeing more gold production and growth in the new year.  

Market news: U.S. Markets

The S&P 500 Index touched a five-year high on the back of stronger housing and jobs numbers. Housing starts in December rose 12.1% — the biggest advance since June 2008 — while applications for unemployment benefits dropped to…

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