Copper

Highland Copper Co Inc is a mineral exploration company principally engaged in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties. It is a copper development company, focused on sediment-hosted copper projects in the Copper Range District of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, USA. The projects of the company are the Copperwood project, White pine north project, UPX Property, and Keweenaw project.

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VIDEO — Joe Mazumdar: Copper is the Commodity of the Decade, Ways to Get Exposure

Aside from copper, Mazumdar also spoke about financing, which he sees as the "big squeeze" facing the resource sector right now.

Joe Mazumdar: Copper is the Commodity of the Decade, Ways to Get Exposure youtu.be

Investors often focus on the commodities of the moment, but which have potential over the next decade?

Speaking to the Investing News Network at the recent Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (VRIC), Joe Mazumdar, editor of Exploration Insights, said copper is his pick.

"Some of it's battery metal exposure, it's construction," he said. "But also on the supply side, the lack of development projects and the higher permitting risk combined with more geopolitical risk in two of the major producers, Chile and Peru. They might have issues with production into a market (where) demand might grow."

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Nova Secures Right To Acquire A Royalty On Lundin Mining's Josemaria Copper Project

Nova Royalty Corp. is pleased to announce that it has entered into a purchase agreement with arms' length private parties pursuant to which Nova has secured the right to acquire a portion of an existing royalty on the Josemaria copper-gold-silver project in San Juan, Argentina, owned by Lundin Mining Corporation.

Nova Royalty Corp. ("Nova" or the "Company") (TSXV: NOVR) (OTCQB: NOVRF) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a purchase agreement (the "Agreement") with arms' length private parties (the "Sellers") pursuant to which Nova has secured the right to acquire a portion of an existing royalty (the "Royalty") on the Josemaria copper-gold-silver project in San Juan, Argentina ("Josemaria"), owned by Lundin Mining Corporation ("Lundin Mining") (TSX:LUN) (Nasdaq Stockholm: LUMI), (the "Transaction"). Nova will also be granted a Right of First Refusal (the "ROFR") in respect to an additional portion of the Royalty that will be retained by the Sellers upon closing of the Transaction.

NOVA SECURES RIGHT TO ACQUIRE A ROYALTY ON LUNDIN MINING’S JOSEMARIA COPPER PROJECT (CNW Group/Nova Royalty Corp.)
NOVA SECURES RIGHT TO ACQUIRE A ROYALTY ON LUNDIN MINING’S JOSEMARIA COPPER PROJECT (CNW Group/Nova Royalty Corp.



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Another High Grade Boost for Cortadera 658m at 0.6% CuEq including 130m at 0.9% CuEq

Hot Chili Limited (ASX: HCH) (TSXV: HCH) (OTCQX: HHLKF) (“Hot Chili” or “Company”) is pleased to report another outstanding drill result at the Cortadera porphyry deposit, part of the Company’s Costa Fuego, coastal range, copper-gold hub in Chile.

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Atico Mining Corporation Announces EIA approval for its 100% owned La Plata Project in Ecuador

Atico Mining Corporation is pleased to announce that it has received approval of the Environmental Impact Assessment for the construction and operations of its La Plata mining project located in Ecuador.

Atico Mining Corporation (the "Company" or "Atico") (TSX.V: ATY | OTC: ATCMF) is pleased to announce that it has received approval of the Environmental Impact Assessment ("EIA") for the construction and operations of its La Plata mining project located in Ecuador (the "La Plata project").

The La Plata project has been identified by President of Ecuador, Guillermo Lasso as a strategic project and a component of the country's reactivation plan. As a part of this plan, President Lasso has committed to accelerating the restart of the country's economy by leveraging the potential of its mining industry while positioning Ecuador as a major mining investment destination in Latin America.

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