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The Gold Series: Unearthing The World's Gold Supply

This infographic, part two in our 2014 Gold Series, covers the full supply picture behind the yellow metal. Within the planet’s crust, there is only 1 gram of gold for every 250 tonnes (550,000 lbs) of earth. Gold’s rarity means that finding economic deposits is extremely difficult. To understand how gold mining and supply work, we must first unearth how gold deposits form. Read More

Medical Marijuana in Canada

The number patients that have authorization to medical marijuana in Canada is expected to increase from 41,384 today to 309,000 by 2024. Currently patients use medical marijuana to treat symptoms related to severe arthritis, spinal cord injury, AIDS/HIV infection, multiple sclerosis, and more. The market is expected to reach $1.3 billion in size by 2024. Read More

Wearable Technology

Wearable technology has been around in some form since the 17th century; however, it is only in the last five years that it has emerged as a game changer for both consumers and business. Read More

Falco Pacific Company Snapshot

Falco Pacific owns the historic Rouyn Noranda camp and is pursuing one of the lowest cost exploration and development programs using a highly technical digitization and data mining strategy. Read More

Carlisle Goldfields Company Snapshot

Carlisle Goldfields Limited is a publicly listed junior mining & development company engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of gold and silver projects in northern Manitoba and Ontario, Canada. Read More

The Gold Series: The Most Sought After Metal on Earth

Presented by Goldcorp, The Gold Series is a five part set that covers gold's history, supply & demand, reasons to own, and global trends. Read More

Pelangio Exploration Company Snapshot

Pelangio Exploration is a junior gold exploration company that acquires and explores camp-sized land packages in world-class gold belts, while using innovative corporate restructuring to maximize shareholder value. Read More

Western Athabasca Syndicate Company Snapshot

The Western Athabasca Syndicate boasts the largest mineral claim position held by a single group near the world-class Patterson Lake South discovery. Read More

The Definitive History of Bitcoin

In 2008, the aftermath of the Subprime Mortgage Crisis created the perfect storm for the emergence of Bitcoin. Here is the definitive history of the famous crypto-currency. Read More

Global Gold Mine and Deposit Rankings 2013

How Rare are 1 million+ oz gold deposits? A Meticulous Examination of Existing and Future Gold Supply. Read More

Input Capital Company Snapshot

Input Capital Corp. is the world’s first agricultural commodity streaming company. Read More

Agricultural Streaming: Harvesting Opportunity

Many farm operators are significantly under capitalized, offering excellent and overlooked investment opportunities. Agriculture streaming, borrowing from the streaming business model of energy and metals companies, takes advantage of this opportunity by bridging the gap in funding needed for farm working capital. Read More

Canola: Canada's Golden Crop

Canada is the global leader in canola exports with 72% of the world total. The majority of these exports are sent to Asia and in 2012 the total value of Canadian canola exported was just under $10 billion. Read More

The Venture Crisis

Overregulation is threatening the public venture capital markets in Canada. Read More

How a Physical Gold IRA Can Protect Your Wealth

A Gold IRA is a Self-Directed Individual Retirement Account that allows you to safely own physical precious metals. Read More

Platinum Series: Platinum as an Investment

Global demand for platinum as an investment has increased 30x since 2003. Read More

Platinum Series: Supply and Demand

Platinum’s supply is concentrated in medium-to-high risk jurisdictions, while demand is strongly tied to worldwide auto production. This infographic overviews the supply and demand of platinum. Read More

Platinum Series: The History of Platinum

While gold and platinum are almost equally as rare, the amount of platinum mined through history is only a fraction. This infographic overviews the history of platinum and its properties. Read More

Tahoe Resources Company Snapshot

The Escobal Project in Guatemala will contribute 2% to the country’s GDP when up and running. Read More

Uranium: The Metal of Tomorrow

Nuclear power is a clean energy source that will be used well into the future to help meet the world’s growing energy requirements. Here we highlight uranium’s history, properties, and fundamentals moving forward. Read More

Athabasca Basin: The World’s Highest Grade Uranium District

Athabasca Basin: The World’s Highest Grade Uranium District The Athabasca Basin currently accounts for 15.5% of annual uranium production. Even more interesting, is the grade of these deposits. 10 of the 15 highest grade uranium deposits in the world are found in the region. Read More    

Breakdown: Gold and Silver Exploration Stocks in BC, Canada

Breakdown: Gold and Silver Exploration Stocks in BC, Canada Using 20+ variables from Tickerscores, we’ve analyzed over 50 exploration companies with their main projects in BC. Here is the highlights of the data. Read More    

What's Next For Gold? Bear vs. Bull Debate

What's Next For Gold? Bear vs. Bull Debate How should investors approach sub $1,300 gold? Our analysts each take a side and answer five questions – here we present the Bull and the Bear case. Read More    

Pistol Bay Mining Company Snapshot

Pistol Bay Mining Company Snapshot Pistol Bay (TSX-V: PST) has a past-producing graphite project in Ontario along with projects in the Red Chris copper/gold and Athabasca Basin uranium camps. Read More    

Magnetite: The Future of Iron Ore

Magnetite: The Future of Iron Ore Magnetite ore, long the leading source of domestic iron supply in North America, Europe and China, is now increasingly relevant across the globe. The perception that magnetite ore is an inferior substitute to hematite ore is now firmly changing. Read More    

VC Market Intelligence: June 2013

VC Market Intelligence: June 2013 Monthly update for June 2013 covering the latest commodity trends, the economy, and markets. We also look at the all-in cash costs of primary silver producers. Read More    

The Pebble Project: Economics and Employment

The Pebble Project: Economics and Employment The highlights of a report by IHS Global Insights on the economic and employment impact of the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska. Read More    

What is the Cost of Mining Gold?

What is the Cost of Mining Gold? What is the cost of mining gold? Here we look at the Top 50 gold mines in the world and provide analysis. Read More    

VC Market Intelligence: May 2013

VC Market Intelligence: May 2013 Monthly update for May 2013 covering the latest commodity trends, the economy, and markets. We also follow up on last month's copper short. May 7, 2013 Read More    

Biotech Investing: How to Play Catalysts in the Drug Development Process

Biotech Investing: How to Play Catalysts in the Drug Development Process From discovery to commercialization, the drug development process takes many years. Different regulatory events and data from trials produces share price volatility. This creates an opportunity for investors. Read More    

Mining Builds Communities

Mining Builds Communities Mining’s impact in communities stretches far beyond the confines of the extraction site. Job creation spanning multiple industries, government tax revenue, and infrastructure development are all by-products of mining and contribute to building communities. Mining alone supports 46,000 jobs each year in British Columbia. Read More    

The Golden Ratio: Using Gold To Price Market Data

The Golden Ratio: Using Gold To Price Market Data Measuring market data using fiat currencies can be misleading – even though an asset may rise in dollars, it may be because of declining currency value rather than true economic process. Gold’s steady purchasing power makes it an ideal alternative pricing mechanism. Read More    

VC Market Intelligence: April 2013

VC Market Intelligence: April 2013 Monthly update for April 2013 covering the latest commodity trends, the economy, and markets. We also detail a trading idea to short copper. April 8, 2013 Read More    

Bitcoin: The Encryption Standard

Bitcoin: The Encryption Standard What currency is feared by the European Central Bank as a threat to fiat monetary institutions? What currency is cash like but digitally transmittable allowing for ultimate anonymity and global mobility? What digital currency is up over 2,200% over the last year? The answer? Bitcoin. Read More    

Iron Road Company Snapshot

Iron Road Company Snapshot Iron Road Limited (ASX: IRD) is developing its flagship project, the Central Eyre Iron Project, in South Australia. CEIP is a large scale development expected to produce 20Mtpa of iron concentrate... March 27, 2013
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ATAC Resources Company Snapshot

ATAC Resources Company Snapshot ATAC Resources (TSX-V: ATC) is developing the Rackla Gold Project which has the first Carlin-type gold mineralization found in Canada.... March 21, 2013
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Comminution: Why Smart Companies Are Focusing On It

Comminution: Why Smart Companies Are Focusing On It The process of grinding and crushing ore – known as comminution – is on average the most energy intensive process in mining operations. With rising energy prices and decreasing ore grades, this is an area that smart producers are focusing on. March 12, 2013 Read More    

VC Market Intelligence: March 2013

VC Market Intelligence: March 2013 Monthly update for March 2013 covering the latest commodity trends, the economy, and markets. With gold hitting 6 month lows, this month's infographic includes gold charts of interest. March 11, 2013 Read More    

The Next Frontier of Mining

The Next Frontier of Mining In this infographic, we look at the five most interesting ways that we are exploring for mineral wealth. February 20, 2013 Read More    

VC Market Intelligence: February 2013

VC Market Intelligence: February 2013 Monthly update for February 2013 covering the latest commodity trends, the economy, and markets. This month's infographic includes exclusive research on the ratios of silver equities to silver bullion. February 5, 2013 Read More    

Mining in Ontario: A Dependable Engine of Growth

Mining in Ontario: A Dependable Engine of Growth Ontario's mining sector continues to generate prosperity and opportunity in the province, despite a challenging economic climate. Read More    

Endeavour Silver Company Snapshot

Endeavour Silver Company Snapshot Company snapshot updating investors on Endeavour Silver. January 18, 2013 Read More    

The Silver Series: Silver as an Investment (Part 3)

The Silver Series: Silver as an Investment (Part 3) In this infographic, we look at the investment properties of silver as well as its chief differences with gold. Highlights include a study on silver correlation, volatility, performance against the US Dollar and money supply, and portfolio diversification. Read More    

VC Market Intelligence: January 2013

VC Market Intelligence: January 2013 Monthly update for January 2013 covering the latest commodity trends, the economy, and markets. This month's infographic includes a feature on gold and coal. January 7, 2013 Read More    

Antimony: Fireproof and Supply-Critical

Antimony: Fireproof and Supply-Critical Antimony is a naturally occurring element in the Earth’s crust. It is used in various applications including lead alloys and glass additives, but its primary use is in fire-proofing. When mixed with antimony, plastics and electronics can be used in environments where they would otherwise melt. December 17, 2012 Read More    

VC Market Intelligence: December 2012

VC Market Intelligence: December 2012 Monthly update for December covering the latest commodity trends, the economy, and markets. This month's infographic includes information on Alberta's new shale resource. December 5, 2012 Read More    

A Century of Mining and Exploration in BC

A Century of Mining and Exploration in BC Over the last 100 years, mining and exploration in British Columbia has grown into multi-billion dollar business. To celebrate AME BC’s (Association of Mineral Exploration BC) 100th anniversary, we look back at how mining and exploration have changed over the last century. Read More    

The Silver Series: Supply and Demand (Part 2)

The Silver Series: Supply and Demand (Part 2) In 2011, there were 1040.6 million troy oz of silver produced. Of this, 84% was used by industry and the remaining was used as an investment. Interestingly, traditional uses of silver only account for about a third of silver fabrication. These include jewelry, coins, medals, and silverware. Most silver is actually consumed in over 10,000 modern industrial applications... Read More    

The Silver Series: The History of Silver (Part 1)

The Silver Series: The History of Silver (Part 1) Today, silver has thousands of modern industrial uses and is considered a store of wealth. However, the story of this legendary precious metal begins with its use by ancient civilizations. Silver has many attributes that made it so valuable to early peoples.... Read More    

Fluorspar: Essential for Modern Life

Fluorspar: Essential for Modern Life Fluorspar is a compound of calcium and fluorine – and fluorine is the most chemically reactive element in existence. Because fluorine combines with other substances so readily, fluorspar is the basis for countless chemicals across numerous applications. As a result, fluorspar has become essential for life in the modern world.... Read More    

Nickel: Where Form Meets Function

Nickel: Where Form Meets Function While best known for its use in the five cent coin, nickel has far more strategic uses. Nickel can be alloyed with other metals to create truly extraordinary materials. In fact, more than half of all nickel consumed is used in stainless steel. China’s stainless steel consumption has increased 1625% in the last 10 years, and is now 40% of global totals.... Read More    

The Gold Series: Gold as an Investment (Part 4)

The Gold Series: Gold as an Investment The grand finale of our series on gold. In this infographic: How does gold behave like an investment and what are the fundamentals of investing in gold? What are the different ways investors can get exposure to gold in their portfolios.... Read More    

Iron: The Core of the Developing World

Iron: The Core of the Developing World Iron has been extremely useful to mankind for more than 3000 years, and now accounts for 95% of all metal produced annually. Iron ore is now the world’s second largest commodity market after oil and is essential for developing nations to build infrastructure and to modernize.... Read More    

Altair Gold Company Snapshot

Altair Gold Company Snapshot The Kena project, located in British Columbia, is an advanced stage project with a NI 43-101 Compliant Mineral Resource Estimate. Total Measured and Indicated Resources totaled 549,000 contained ounces of gold and Inferred resources totaled 513,000 ounces of gold... September 18, 2012 Read More    

The Gold Series: Uses and Demand (Part 3)

The Gold Series: Uses and Demand (Part 3) In the past two parts of this infographic series, we saw its rich history and also how mining and supply works. Here we look at how gold is used across the globe. Generally speaking, half of all gold demand is comprised of jewelry sales. About 10% of gold is used in technology, where it is used in devices ranging from computers, cell phones, space shuttles.... September 6, 2012 Read More    

The What, Where, and How of Shale Gas - Part 1

The What, Where, and How of Shale Gas - Part 1 In association with the Rational Middle Energy Series. Shale gas is trapped thousands of feet underground. How do we extract it and what does the process look like? There are risks involved with extracting natural gas. The good news is that these are well understood and manageable. August 23, 2012 Read More    

Simba Energy Completes Passive Seismic Survey on Block 2A, Onshore Kenya

Simba Energy Completes Passive Seismic Survey on Block 2A, Onshore Kenya Simba Energy Inc. (TSXV: SMB, Frankfurt: GDA, OTCQX: SMBZF), the pan-African oil & gas explorer, is pleased to announce the successful completion of the first phase of field work on Block 2A, onshore Kenya where the Company currently holds a 100% interest in the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) for this concession. August 22, 2012 Read More    

Copper: The Essential Metal (Part 2)

Copper: The Essential Metal (Part 2) In Copper 1, we looked at its rich history and uses. Here in Part 2, we explore why copper prices have increased by 4x over the course of 10 years. Major factors include lower ore grades, exploration pushed to higher risk areas of the globe, and growing Chinese demand.... August 8, 2012 Read More    

Natural Gas: North America’s Energy Future, or Just Hot Air?

Natural Gas: North America’s Energy Future, or Just Hot Air? New drilling technology has changed the complexion of natural gas and energy in North America. Natural gas reserves in the United States have doubled since 2000, and as a results natural gas prices reached a low in April 2012 below $2 per mcf... August 7, 2012 Read More    

Global Gold Mines and Deposit Rankings 2012

Global Gold Mines and Deposit Rankings 2012 How many world class gold deposits are there left? In this infographic we visualize research done by Natural Resource Holdings to show how truly rare of an asset a large and high-grade gold deposit is... July 27, 2012 Read More    

Copper: The Essential Metal

Copper: The Essential Metal Copper is one of the most widely used metals on the planet, and has been for more than 10,000 years. It’s history is rich and distinctive as its unique colour, and it is now indispensable in modern society... July 17, 2012 Read More    

Tintina Resources: Preliminary Economic Assessment Highlights

Tintina Preliminary Economic Assessment Highlights Tintina Resources (TSX-V: TAU) is pleased to is pleased to announce the positive results of a Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”) for the Johnny Lee deposit on its 100% owned Black Butte Copper project located in central Montana, USA... July 17, 2012 Read More    

Manganese: Powering the Next Generation of Lithium-Ion Batteries

Manganese: Powering the Next Generation of Lithium-Ion Batteries Manganese is the 4th most traded metal in the world, mainly because it is indispensable in the production in steel and other alloys. In 2011, 14 million tonnes of manganese were produced worldwide. 2% of manganese produced is used to make manganese oxides, which have a far different end use: batteries... July 9, 2012 Read More    

Nevada: The Next American Gold Rush

Nevada: The Next American Gold Rush Nevada has been a prolific mining region in the US since the famous Comstock silver discovery in the late 1800s. However, it is now gold that draws miners to Nevada. Gold deposits in Nevada are unique in that they cannot be seen by the naked eye. This makes them difficult to find... July 5, 2012 Read More    

Tintina Resources: Corporate Update – June 2012

Tintina Resources: Corporate Update – June 2012 Tintina Resources (TSX-V: TAU) is pleased to provide a corporate update on the Company’s projects including Black Butte Copper, the Company’s flagship project located in central Montana, and the Baird Project located in northwestern Alaska, U.S.A. June 28, 2012 Read More    

The Gold Series: Mining and Supply (Part 2)

The Gold Series: Mining and Supply (Part 2) Part 2 of the Gold Series looks at the supply stream for gold, how it is mined, the cyanide leaching process, and which countries are producing and holding onto gold. June 27, 2012 Read More    

Graphene: The 2D Material That Could Change Everything

Graphene: The 2D Material That Could Change Everything Graphene can be synthesized from graphite to create the thinnest, strongest, and most conductive material known today. Graphite flakes are actually made of many layers of graphene stacked on top of each other, with weak bonds holding them together. June 21, 2012 Read More    

Inter-Citic Reports Updated NI 43-101 Compliant Mineral Resource Estimate For Its Dachang Gold Project

Inter-Citic Reports Updated NI 43-101 Compliant Mineral Resource Estimate For Its Dachang Gold Project With this newest mineral resource estimate the Company’s measured and indicated mineral resources at Dachang increased by an additional 320,000 ounces of gold, and the Company’s inferred mineral resources increased by an additional 250,000 ounces.June 18, 2012 Read More    

The Lithium Ion Battery - A Potential Growth Driver for Natural Graphite

The Lithium Ion Battery - A Potential Growth Driver for Natural Graphite Lithium-ion batteries are already in our mobile devices and power tools, but tomorrow lithium-ion batteries will power the future of green technology. In virtually all commercial lithium-ion batteries, graphite is used as an anode. In fact, up to 15 times more graphite is used than lithium to make each battery. June 13, 2012 Read More    

Strathmore Minerals Company Snapshot

Strathmore Minerals Company Snapshot Strathmore is one of the largest holders of in-ground uranium resources in the United States. The Company’s goal is to become a leading uranium producer in the United States. Its core projects are located in the two largest historical uranium producing regions: the Grants Uranium District in New Mexico and the Gas Hills Uranium District in Wyoming. June 4, 2012 Read More    

Gold: The History of Gold (Part I)

The Labrador Trough and Canada’s Iron Rush Wars have been fought over gold. Love has been expressed by it. Gold has changed the landscape of civilizations and the world. But what makes gold so great? This infographic examines the history of gold from ancient history to the gold rushes of the centuries ago..... May 30, 2012 Read More    

The Labrador Trough and Canada’s Iron Rush

The Labrador Trough and Canada’s Iron Rush China’s increasing demand for steel is driving iron prices upwards and causing a new wave of iron exploration worldwide. Canada’s Labrador Trough has been identified as a very promising region, and currently more than 15 billion tonnes of iron ore are being explored in the Trough.... May 29, 2012 Read More    

Simba Receives Final Approval for its 60% interest in Blocks 1 & 2 Onshore Guinea

Simba Receives Approval for its 60% interest in Blocks 1 & 2 Onshore Guinea Simba Energy Inc. (TSXV: SMB, Frankfurt: GDA, OTCQX: SMBZF), is pleased to announce that it has received final approval for 60% of the Production Sharing Contract (PSC) in blocks 1 & 2, onshore Guinea from the Republic of Guinea’s Minister of Mines and Geology (Le Ministere des Mines et de la Geologie). The two blocks total 12,000 sq.km onshore in the Republic of Guinea’s Bove basin... May 24, 2012 Read More    

Largo Receives BNDES Board Approval for US$175 Million Debt Facility

Largo Resources Ltd. (“Largo” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors of the Business Development Bank of Brazil (“BNDES”) have provided their final approval for a R$333.8 million Brazilian Reais(“BRL”) (approximately US$175 million equivalent) May 15, 2012 Read More    

The Keystone XL Pipeline: A Crash Course

A crash course infographic detailing the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. This infographic covers the options for getting Canadian oil to market, with a focus on the route of the pipeline, potential benefits, and risks.... May 10, 2012 Read More    

Lomiko Outlines 2012 Goals for High Purity, Large Flake Crystalline Graphite Exploration

LOMIKO METALS INC. (TSX-V:LMR) has established its 2012 goals regarding its Quatre Milles Graphite Property. Lomiko outlined its strategy to focus on electric minerals and gold for 2012 at the beginning of the year and is pleased to report significant progress in the first quarter of 2012.... May 2, 2012 Read More    

Tungsten: An Industrial Metal With Unstable Supply

Tungsten is unique in its extremes. It’s extremely hard, heat resistant, dense, and environmentally benign. It’s used to make cemented carbide, one of the strongest and most durable compounds. April 19, 2012 Read More    
 

Tintina Resources Company Snapshot

Tintina Resources Inc. (TSX-V-TAU) is currently focusing on advancing it’s flagship property, the Black Butte Copper Project, towards production. April 16, 2012 Read More    
 

Graphite: The Driving Force Behind Green Technology

Global consumption of natural graphite has increased from approximately 600,000 tonnes in 2000 to roughly 1.1 million tonnes in 2011. Demand for graphite has been increasing by approximately 5 per cent per year since 2000 due to the continuing modernization of China... April 3, 2012 Read More    
 

The Canadian Oil Boom

The Canadian Oil Sands are the world’s single largest petroleum resource at 1.7 trillion barrels. With conventional oil supply decreasing, heavy oil projects such as the oil sands become more attractive economically to meet the needs of growing demand...March 27, 2012 Read More    
 

Montana: The Treasure State

In the late 19th century, Montana was the largest copper producer in the world. Mining in Montana employs 3.8% of the population and provide 5.6% of labour income. In fact, it makes up 7% of Montana’s GDP.... March 23, 2012 Read More    
 

Donner Metals Company Snapshot

Donner Metals (TSX-V: DON) is a Canadian development and exploration company focused on base and precious metal projects in Québec. Donner’s flagship project is a partnership with Xstrata Canada Corporation in the Matagami Mining Camp... March 21, 2012 Read More    
 

Tintina Reports New Inferred Copper Resource at Black Butte, Montana

Tintina Resources (TSX-V: TAU) is pleased to announce that it has completed a NI 43-101 compliant initial inferred resource estimate on the Lowry Deposit Middle Zone, one of several new targets identified at the company’s Black Butte Copper Project... March 19, 2012 Read More    
 

Vanadium: A Strengthening Alloy Charged With Potential

Vanadium: A Strengthening Alloy Charged With Potential In this infographic, we look at the primary uses for vanadium, its supply and demand, and future green applications that could potentially affect the metal’s demand. March 6, 2012 Read More    
 

Tintina Intercepts 8.32% Cu over 17.23 meters at Black Butte Copper, Montana

Tintina Resources (TSX-V: TAU) is pleased to announce that it has received assay results for thirteen (13) new drill holes from its Black Butte Copper Project in Montana... March 1, 2012 Read More    
 

Stornoway Diamonds: Company Snapshot

Stornoway Diamonds Company Snapshot is an overview of the company's feasibility study and 100% owned Renard Project. It also contrasts the demand and supply situation for diamonds. February 19, 2012 Read More  
   

Rare Earth Elements: The Technology Metals

Special feature rare earth elements, an essential input into almost all technology. This infographic focuses on rare earth origins, their vital technology applications, China's dominance in producing rare earths, and where reserves are located. February 1, 2012 Read More  
   

Stornoway Announces Commencement of Construction of Route 167 Extension

Stornoway Diamond Corporation (TSX-SWY) is pleased to announce that construction activities have commenced on the Route 167 Extension, the road development project that will provide year round road access to Stornoway’s 100% owned Renard Diamond Project... February 3, 2012 Read More    
   

Lomiko Hires Exploration Consultants to Explore for High-Purity, Large Crystallite Flake Graphite at Quatre Milles Property in Quebec

Lomiko Metals Inc. (TSX-V: LMR) is pleased to announce that it has engaged Consul-Teck Mineral Exploration Consultants Inc. (“Consul-Teck”) to explore the Quatre Milles Graphite Property located in southwestern Quebec. January 31, 2012 Read More    
 

Feature: A Clear Look at Diamonds

Special feature on how diamonds form, their properties, market, future demand, and mining. January 17, 2012 Read More  
   

Zone Resources Inc. Intersects 35.77% Iron over 243m on Labrador Trough Property

Zone Resources Inc. (Zone) (TSX-V: ZNR) is pleased to announce the results of diamond drill hole ZR11-08 on the company’s Girard iron ore property in the Labrador trough of northern Québec. The hole intersected iron formation with an average of 35.77 % Fe over 243.00 metres. January 10, 2012 Read More    
 

Lomiko Signs Agreement for Property in Quebec to Explore for Lithium-Ion Grade Graphite

Lomiko (TSX-V:LMR) is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement to acquire a 100-per-cent interest in the Quatre Milles Graphite Property located in southwestern Quebec. ”Alternative energy will be the focus... January 5, 2012 Read More    
 

Stornoway Diamonds Files NI 43-101 Technical Report for the Renard Feasibility Study

Stornoway Diamond Corporation (TSX-SWY) is pleased to announce the filing on SEDAR of a National Instrument ("NI") 43-101 technical report representing the qualifying report for the recently-announced Feasibility Study at the Renard Diamond Project located in North-Central Québec... January 4, 2012 Read More    
 

Astral Drills 5m averaging 39 g/t Gold, 93g/t Silver, and 2.13% Copper at Los Crestones

Astral Mining (TSX-V AA, AA.WT) is pleased to report the second batch of results from drilling at the Los Crestones property, Sinaloa state, Mexico. Highlights from holes 7 to 12 of the recently-completed 18 hole 2,618.61m program include 5m averaging 39.1 g/t gold, 93.3 g/t silver and 2.13% copper. December 12, 2011 Read More    
 

Yukon-Nevada Gold: Company Snapshot

Yukon-Nevada Gold Corp's Company Snapshot infographic detailing YNG’s properties, team, and quarterly highlights. December 13, 2011 Read More    
 

Kootenay Gold: Company Snapshot

Kootenay Gold Company Snapshot infographic detailing Kootenay’s management team, Promontorio property, 43-101 resource, and results so far in 2011. November 27, 2011 Read More    
 

Solitaire Minerals Corp. Options Property with Historical Iron Discovery, Quebec

Solitaire Minerals Corp. reports that it has, subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval, acquired the Wilson Lake Iron Property, comprising approximately 12,108 acres, is located in the Labrador Trough of Northern Québec. November 4, 2011 Read More    
 

Intro to Energy - A Global Picture

Visual Capitalist will be creating an infographic article for an introduction to each major resource group:  Energy, Base Metals, Precious Metals, and Rare Earth Elements. November 4, 2011 Read More  
 

Rockland Enters Agreement for Blue Lake Cu-Ni-PGM Mining Lease, Labrador Trough, Quebec

Rockland Minerals Corp. reports the Company has entered into an binding letter agreement with La Fosse Platinum Group Inc. October 13, 2011 Read More  
 

Yukon-Nevada Gold Corp. Submits Assessment Application for Ketza River, Yukon

Yukon-Nevada Gold Corp. is pleased to announce that on behalf of its wholly owned subsidiary, Ketza River Holdings, it has submitted its Yukon Environmental and Socio-economic Assessment Application for the Ketza River Project to the Executive Committee of the Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment Board. September 26, 2011 Read More  
 

Zone Resources Inc. Commences Drilling in Labrador Trough, Northern Quebec

Zone Resources Inc. is pleased to announce the beginning of an extensive drilling program on its iron properties in the Nunavik Region of Northern Quebec. September 6, 2011 Read More    
 

Visual Capitalist: Infographics a Universal Language for Investor News and Education

Zone Ever since the dawn of civilization, visual communication has been an integral part of our existence. This is why, over time, our media and technology consumption has evolved so profoundly. August 29, 2011 Read More  
 

Astral Samples 12m at 2.1 g/t Au from Hand Trenching, Prepares to Drill in Sinaloa, Mexico

Astral Mining Corporation is pleased to provide a progress report on the ongoing exploration program on its Los Crestones property, Sinaloa State, Mexico. August 12, 2011 Read More    
 

Pelangio Exploration Further Defines Gold Zone

Pelangio Exploration Inc. (PX:TSX-V; PGXPF:OTC) (“Pelangio” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce results from eight additional diamond drill holes totaling 1,434 metres at the Pokukrom West and Pokukrom East gold zones on the Manfo Property in Ghana. August 5, 2011 Read More    
 

Lomiko Completes Phase 1 Exploration at Gold Property

LOMIKO METALS INC. Exploration Manager Lesley Hunt reports that Lomiko has completed Phase I of the 2011 Exploration Program at Vines Lake. July 21, 2011 Read More    
 

Yukon-Nevada Gold Produces 25,713 Gold oz in Q2

Yukon-Nevada Gold Corp. is pleased to announce that its 100% owned Jerritt Canyon Operation has produced 25,713 ounces in Q2, comprising 7,162 ounces in April, 10,116 ounces in May and 8,435 ounces in June. July 13, 2011 Read More    
 

Tarsis Intersects Sediment-Hosted Gold Mineralization at Erika, Mexico

Tarsis Resources Ltd. is pleased to announce the discovery of a sediment-hosted gold system at its Erika property, Mexico. July 7, 2011 Read More    
 

Tarsis Stakes Rogue District Claims, Yukon

Tarsis Resources Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has acquired a 100% interest in 503 claims (approx. 10,500 hectares) by staking, located in the Rogue District, Yukon. June 7, 2011 Read More

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