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Doubleview’s Hat Gold Copper Project Receives Amended Exploration Permit

Doubleview’s Hat Gold Copper Project Receives Amended Exploration Permit

Doubleview announces that the Company has received an amended exploration permit for the Hat Gold Copper Project in Northwest British Columbia. The permit now enables an upgrade of its exploration camp and facilities to provide greater comfort and safety for its employees and contractors and allow other improvements to enhance…

American Creek Closes $625,000 Oversubscribed Financing

American Creek Closes $625,000 Oversubscribed Financing

American Creek Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: AMK) (“the Corporation”) today announced that it has closed its second and final tranche of the non-brokered private placement (“the Offering”) previously announced on April 21, 2017. The original $300,000 private placement was over-subscribed and was increased to accommodate the additional subscriptions. A total of…

Resource Development in Northern British Columbia

Resource Development in Northern British Columbia

Here in Northern BC the next 6 months will be busy with numerous projects in the natural resource sector. In the short term there are a number of events that will help set the pace forward for the next 10-20 years of business development. Cambridge House First up is the…

Vancouver Resources Investment Conference

Vancouver Resources Investment Conference

It appears that the thirst for mining and exploration is increasing and 2017 and is moving into positive territory. Vancouver Resources Investment Conference is taking place January 22-23 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Reviewing the companies presenting at this show it appears that the number of companies is a significant…

BCGold Corp. Defines Large Gold-Silver Soil Anomaly East Of Engineer Mine

BCGold Corp. Defines Large Gold-Silver Soil Anomaly East Of Engineer Mine

BCGold Corp. (“BCGold” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the discovery of a new gold-silver-arsenic-antimony MMI soil anomaly at its Engineer Mine property, situated 32 kilometres southwest of Atlin, B.C. The new anomaly (the “BC” anomaly) as currently defined, is 500 metres east of the historic mine workings in…

New Geotech Drilling Services and Tahltan Nation Development Corporation Partnership Enhances Drilling Services in Northwest British Columbia

New Geotech Drilling Services and Tahltan Nation Development Corporation Partnership Enhances Drilling Services in Northwest British Columbia

VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – November 22, 2016) – Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC), the business arm of the Tahltan Nation, has expanded its service offering through a partnership with Geotech Drilling Services Ltd. (Geotech), a global, B.C.-based, multi-discipline surface and underground drilling company. Tahltech Drilling Services Ltd. will provide industry-leading exploration,…

LNG approval leaves B.C. mayors divided over pipelines

LNG approval leaves B.C. mayors divided over pipelines

A group of municipal and First Nations leaders from across the province made a last-ditch effort to convince the federal government to reject the Kinder Morgan expansion pipeline at the Union of B.C. Municipalities conference in Victoria — while a coalition of others voiced their support for the project … (CBC News) Click here to read…

Tulsequah Chief owner pushed into receivership; environmental issues remain

Tulsequah Chief owner pushed into receivership; environmental issues remain

The owner of the mothballed Tulsequah Chief zinc mine in far northwestern British Columbia was pushed into receivership this week by its major lender, according to court documents and a receiver’s report. The action raises questions about when and how a decades-old problem with acid mine drainage flowing into the Taku…

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