Volume 99 Number 37 Oct 28 - Nov 3, 2013

Enexco tables Contact PEA in Nevada

International Enexco (TSXV: IEC) is taking a measured approach to building its wholly owned Contact copper project in Nevada, with a recent prefeasibility study showing the deposit could be economically mined as a small and relatively cheap…

Avocet falters ahead of ramp-up

Avocet Mining (LSE: AVM; US-OTC: AVVGF) failed to impress the market with third-quarter production results from its Inata mine in Burkina Faso.

A view of Val-d'Or, Quebec. Source: Integra Gold

Integra wants to add its name to Val-d’Or lore

Integra Gold’s (TSXV: ICG; US-OTC: KALRF) formula for getting through the current tough patch in the mining market is about as straightforward as it gets: the Vancouver-based company is driving its high-grade Lamaque gold project in…

Agnico Eagle Mines CEO Sean Boyd checks out the heap-leach pad at the new La India gold mine in Sonora, Mexico. Photo by Salma Tarikh.

Agnico gears up La India for production

SONORA, MEXICO — Agnico Eagle Mines (TSX: AEM; NYSE: AEM) gets things done quickly: it’s on the cusp of producing gold from its La India mine in northern Mexico, less than two years after acquiring it from Grayd Resource.

U.S. markets, Oct. 14-18

A last-minute deal to prevent a U.S. default — along with the reopening of government offices — sent the S&P 500 into record territory, helped by a growing consensus that Washington would not taper quantitative easing until at…

Toronto Stock Exchange, Oct. 15-18

The S&P/TSX Composite Index was up 233 points to 13,136.09 for the holiday shortened period. But the gains paled in comparison to the momentum south of the border after a debt deal was reached. The performance gap between the S&P/TSX…

TSX Venture Exchange, Oct. 15-18

The S&P/TSX Venture Composite Index bounced back during the shortened trading period, gaining 2.3%, or 21.60 points, en route to a 950.97-point weekly close. Markets were buoyed by a resolution in the U.S. debt negotiations, as well as…


The story “Tech sector is key to Graphite One’s plan” (T.N.M., Oct. 21–27/13) incorrectly identified Anthony Huston as the president and CEO of Graphite One. In fact he is president and a director of the company….

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