Canada’s Abitibi Greenstone Belt is the largest greenstone belt in the world with a history that is unsurpassed by most gold-mining districts.
Nunavut is Canada’s last frontier for mineral exploration. It rivals the size of Western Europe and hosts some of the largest undeveloped gold resources.
By Melissa Shaw
Barsele Minerals (TSX-V: BME) (“Barsele”) is pleased to report an operational update for the ongoing exploration program within the Barsele Gold-VMS Project area in Västerbottens Län, northern Sweden (the “Barsele Project”).
The exploration program is being operated by joint venture partner Agnico Eagle Mines – (TSX, NYSE: AEM) (“Agnico Eagle”). Ownership
Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (TSX:AEM,NYSE:AEM) announced that it will acquire all of the Canadian exploration assets belonging to Canadian Malartic Corp. (CMC); those assets include the Kirkland Lake and Hammond Reef gold projects.
The company has the final project certificate for Back River in hand, meaning that the environmental assessment process for the project is complete.
Kivalliq Energy CEO Jim Paterson outlines his company’s position in Nunavut and Saskatchewan, two prime jurisdictions for gold and uranium, respectively.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Yukon Premier Sandy Silver announced the news at a press conference this past weekend.
PDAC President Glen Mullan also runs Golden Valley Mines, a company focused primarily on grassroots exploration in Quebec and Ontario.
Ball, who’s president and CEO of Abitibi Royalties, talks about how an extensive drill program at the Canadian Malartic mine is helping his company.