Category: Site visits
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POSTED ON September 01, 2015 BY Andrew Nelson

Our final site visit in this whirlwind tour of the Yukon was to the most advanced and fully permitted development stage project in the Territory, Victoria Gold’s (TSX.V : VIT) Eagle Project, which is well supported by both Government and First Nations. The Eagle project has completed a Feasibility Study and finalized an Environmental Assessment.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 31, 2015 BY Andrew Nelson

We are nearing the end of the Yukon site visits, but still have two more interesting projects to discuss. To catch up on last week’s site visits see here: ATC, AXR, WG, KAM, RK. The Yukon Media Tour has been all about mining, but the real focus has been on the de-risked development stage projects… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 28, 2015 BY Andrew Nelson

Half way through our Yukon tour, the media group was greeted by another blue-bird day in Dawson City. Things had been progressing smoothly to this point, but Mother Nature stepped in with some foggy weather and we couldn’t fly in to visit Rockhaven Resources’ (TSX-V: RK) 100% owned Klaza Project. Even the best organizers, which… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 25, 2015 BY Andrew Nelson

After flying into Mayo, central Yukon, from ATAC Resources (Part 2) we packed into a shuttle van to head toward the Keno Hill Silver District. Keno Hill is an extraordinary part of the Yukon; it is the largest and richest silver district in Canada. From 1913 to 1989 there were 35 producing mines which yielded 217… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 24, 2015 BY Andrew Nelson

The official Yukon Mining Tour kicked off (read part 1 from Friday here) with a 6:30 AM checkout in Whitehorse. We made our way to the Alkan Air Hangar which services northern Canada and Alaska, based out of Whitehorse. The group boarded a 15 person fixed wing airplane to make the 1.5 hour journey to ATAC… Continue Reading

POSTED ON December 11, 2014 BY Turdis

“Anybody who says that the super-cycle is over is an idiot, it’s just been deferred for a little bit”, mining tycoon Robert Friedland told a packed audience in London last week. I was there for the 12th annual Mines and Money show. And if you’re in the mining business and haven’t been to London lately, the Mines… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 22, 2014 BY Jamie Keech

A standout among three of the best Alaska and Yukon gold juniors today. Also, a picnic. Last month I had the opportunity to attend an analyst’s tour in Alaska and the Yukon on behalf of CEO.ca / Resource Opportunities where we checked out three of the North’s most interesting projects, run by three different companies. Each… Continue Reading

POSTED ON August 21, 2014 BY Turdis

For over a year we’ve been following NexGen Energy’s (NXE:TSXV) potential to discover the next high-grade uranium deposit. Last week, we attended the inaugural analyst site visit at their high-grade uranium discovery called Arrow, at Rook I, the company’s Northwest Saskatchewan project in the Athabasca Basin, home to the world’s richest uranium mines. The project… Continue Reading

POSTED ON June 05, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

Continental Gold (TSX:CNL) is developing one of the richest gold projects in the world right now. Their 100% owned Buriticá mine just outside Medellin, Colombia, has over 7 million ounces of gold and silver at very high grades (9+ g/t). Some are speculating the project could grow to 20 million ounces or more. “Buriticá is going to grow,”… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 23, 2014 BY Turdis

We are fresh back from a field trip to Curis Resources’ Florence copper project in Arizona. Curis is deploying a strategy to: 1. gain permits for part of the operation; 2. prove that it is safe and viable; and 3. permit and build a larger operation. Yet Curis shares trade for a fraction of what… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 14, 2014 BY Turdis

A recent tour of the Globe-Miami copper mining district between Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona provided four natural resource writers with an appreciation of the massive scale of mining operations in the region. The Globe-Miami district spans roughly 30km from west to east and is almost entirely composed of open pits, heaps, tailings, haul roads, processing plants and smelters,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 17, 2014 BY Tommy Humphreys

SIGN UP FOR CEO.CA’S FREE LIST  |  MORE PHOTOS  |  DISCLAIMER The reality distortion field, made famous by Steve Jobs’ biographer Walter Isaacson, is a personal intensity and vision so powerful it bends people to your will, convincing them of a project’s higher purpose. Isaacson describes this capacity for influence as a notorious trait of Steve Jobs,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON April 02, 2013 BY Tommy Humphreys

“We were almost killed several times,” Frank Giustra tells me. He’s recalling his first trip to Colombia in 1994 with his friend Serafino Iacono. FARC guerrillas and cocaine traffickers had made the country the most dangerous in the Americas, but it seemed like nothing could stop the two young natural resource promoters’ quest for the… Continue Reading

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