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Mega Precious ramps up at Monument Bay

Thunder Bay junior miner Mega Precious Metals Inc. has set its sights on going underground in 2012 at its recently acquired Monument Bay project in northern Manitoba.

Probe Mines poised for growth in 2011

Last year was a busy year for Probe Mines Limited. With projects in some of Ontario’s hottest regions, company CEO Dr.

Trelawney gears up for commercial production

Trelawney Mining and Exploration Inc. has begun shipping bulk samples from its Chester gold property and expects to go into commercial production this summer.

Geoscience study zeros in on McFaulds Lake

The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) and its provincial counterpart, the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS), are teaming up to help exploration companies in the McFaulds Lake-Ring of Fire area of Northern Ontario zero in on the region’s mineral wealth.

QuadraFNX unveils Victoria’s secrets

“It’s all about copper at Quadra FNX,” chief operating officer Michael Winship told a packed audience at a lunch presentation hosted by the CIM Toronto branch January 20th.

Another record-breaking year

Mineral exploration in Ontario is once again breaking records following a brief slowdown triggered by the 2008 financial meltdown. “We’re back to pre-recession levels,” said Brian Atkinson, regional resident geologist for the Timmins district.

OPA ramps up for its annual Geoscience Symposium in Sudbury

The Ontario Prospector's Association (OPA) is hosting its annual Ontario Exploration and Geoscience Symposium on Dec. 7 & 8 at the Radisson Hotel in Sudbury.

New life for former gold producers

Several new mines are coming on line in northeastern Ontario in response to soaring gold prices.

Mines minister sees bright future for industry

Michael Gravelle, Ontario Minister of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry, painted a rosy picture for the province's mining industry at the Ontario Mining Association's conference in North Bay, June 15th.

Noront Resources pioneers new technology

Standing out from the competition at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's (PDAC) International Trade Show and Investor Exchange can be a real challenge.