Eira Thomas of Kaminak Gold discusses her company’s decision to move directly to the feasibility stage on the heels of a positive PEA for its Coffee project. She also gives some insight into why Kaminak has attracted interest from the likes of Ross Beaty and Zebra Holdings.
Resource Investing News had the chance to speak with Eira Thomas, CEO, president and director of Kaminak Gold (TSXV:KAM), at the recent Cambridge House International 2015 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference.
Thomas spoke about the company’s decision to move directly to the feasibility stage on the heels of a positive preliminary economic assessment for its Coffee project in Canada’s Yukon and gave some insight into why Kaminak has attracted interest from the likes of Ross Beaty and Zebra Holdings.
In terms of what investors can expect from Kaminak in 2015, Thomas said that there will be plenty of metallurgical and drill results to look forward to as the company charges ahead to get its feasibility study completed. “It’s going to be a fast pace for 2015 [for Kaminak],” she said.
Finally, when asked about other companies doing good exploration work, Thomas noted that a lot of juniors have been hampered by a difficult market, but picked out North Arrow Minerals (TSXV:NAR), which she owns shares in, as a company that’s “involved in evaluating a number of interesting diamond prospects in Canada.”
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