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Mining Association gives Ontario budget an A+

Ontario Mining Association president Chris Hodgson gave the Ontario Liberal government an A+ for its latest budget. “We found it..

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Chinese eye grass roots and advanced exploration

In 1966, moviegoers were all abuzz over the film, “The Russians are Coming, the Russians are Coming,” a comedy starring Carl..

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Actlabs grows to meet local and global demands

Activation Laboratories Ltd. is growing to meet demand from an increasing number of exploration and mining companies throughout Northern..

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Chromite mine operator still to be determined

The discovery of a massive chromite deposit in Ontario’s Far North will create thousands of jobs and trigger an estimated $1.5..

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High gold price fuels exploration

Exploration spending was down in Canada and around the world in 2009, but Ontario fared better than most jurisdictions. “Levels of..

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Noront leads the way in the Ring of Fire

Noront Resources Inc. made history with its 2007 Eagle One discovery in the McFauld’s Lake mining camp located in Ontario’s..

March 1, 2010 with 0 Comments

Probe Mines focuses on McFauld’s Lake and Timmins West

Probe Mines Limited has kept on top of its game acquiring strategic land packages in two of Ontario’s most active regions:..

March 1, 2010 with 0 Comments

Historic exploration agreement a first

Noront Resources, one of the best positioned exploration companies in the Ring of Fire, a highly prospective greenstone belt in..

December 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

Webequie eyes Ring of Fire opportunities

Webequie First Nation, a remote fly-in community 540 kilometres north of Thunder Bay, is determined to take advantage of the employment and..

December 1, 2009 with 0 Comments

Chromite discovery sparks excitement

A massive chromite deposit in the James Bay Lowlands will extend the development frontier of Ontario from Timmins to the Attawapiskat River..

June 1, 2009 with 0 Comments
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