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    Follow The Four Ps

    December 1, 2008 by Mining Markets staff

    While gold has been a stellar performer in recent years as it climbed to, then breached the US$1,000 per oz. mark, the same cannot be said of the companies that mine or explore for gold. The Philadelp…

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    Add chromite to the McFauld’s mix

    September 1, 2008 by Mining Markets staff

    Ever since Noront Resources (NOT-V) discovered high-grade nickel at its Double Eagle project last September, most of the speculation about the area’s mineral potential has focused on nickel-copper dep…

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    Buoyed By Boyd

    September 1, 2008 by Brian Sylvester

    Sean Boyd will never be mistaken for the world’s most memorable CEO. Until recently, even some close family members did not know what he did for a living. “My mother-in-law didn’t really know what I d…

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    Getting Milked

    September 1, 2008 by Trish Saywell

    “If you are on a farm with only one cow everyone is going to go to that cow to milk it,” says Andrey Krupnik, a Moscowbased analyst at investment bank Renaissance Capital.

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    Revisiting Val d’Or Old camp still yields promise

    September 1, 2008 by Brian Sylvester

    It started with two villages, both with gold at their roots.

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    Seeking Feed From The Trough

    September 1, 2008 by Vivian Danielson Special To Mining Markets

    A laundry list of companies are camped along the central portion of BC’s mineral-rich Quesnel Trough, making it one of Canada’s biggest area plays

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    Getting drilled

    September 1, 2008 by Mining Markets staff

    After surveying their claims with helicopter-supported airborne geophysics, several companies in the McFauld’s Lake area have selected their best anomalies and are ready to drill them. At mid-summer, …

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    ‘Ring Of Fire’ Becoming ‘Ball of Fire’

    September 1, 2008 by VIRGINIA HEFFERNAN

    There has never been more money being spent seeking mineral deposits in Canada. Last year almost $1.3 billion was spent combing Canada’s three biggest provinces for the next Red Lake, Eskay Creek or L…

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    The Great Canadian Area Play

    September 1, 2008 by John Kaiser

    Area plays have long been a mainstay of the Canadian junior exploration scene that periodically dominates market speculation and media coverage. They have generally erupted amid dismal bear market con…

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    Oh, Canada!

    September 1, 2008 by Brian Sylvester

    We never tire of extolling the virtues of exploration and mining in our vast, mineral-rich, and politically stable homeland.

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    CORRECTIONS

    September 1, 2008 by Mining Markets staff

    In our June issue we incorrectly stated in a photo credit that former Gammon Gold executive Brad Langille was fired as CEO when, in fact, Mr. Langille resigned from his position. In the same story, pl…

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    From Gold Pour To Gold Poor?

    June 1, 2008 by Virginia Heffernan Special To Mining Markets

    Shareholders of Gammon Gold (GAM-T) are the latest group to fall prey to a particular mix of promotion and overly optimistic mine planning that crops up in the junior gold sector from time to time.