Mistango River Resources Inc

GLR funds Goldfields

A final feasibility study on the Goldfields gold project near Uranium City, Sask., indicates an open-pit mine and mill would be economic.

GLR Posts Million-Ounce Resource at Goldfields

GLR Resources (GRS-T, GLRAF-O) has received a new resource estimate for the Athona gold deposit, near Uranium City, Sask., adding to one already calculated for the nearby Box gold deposit.

The No. 3 shaft at the past-producing Macassa mine near Kirkland Lake, Ont. Kirkland Lake Gold bought the Macassa mine and a 1,500-ton per day mill along with four past-producing gold properties in December 2001. The properties have historically produced some 22 million ounces of gold.

Kirkland Lake: the next Red Lake?

Reinterpreting mineralized structures has paid off for Red Lake and other old gold mining camps in Ontario. Could Kirkland Lake be next?…

GLR aims to revive Box mine

Vancouver — The results of recent drilling are expected to provide GLR Resources (GRS-T) with an upgraded resource estimate for the Box gold mine in northern Saskatchewan….

Prudent Bear Funds beefs up Western Silver holdings

Recent insider trading transactions reported by the Ontario Securities Commission include the following:q Alamos Minerals (AAS-V) — Chester Millar, director, bought 258,000 shares at 47-53 apiece to…

Junior market hits yearly low

Vancouver — A lack of buying conviction going into the first anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the U.S. pushed Canada’s junior bourse to its lowest levels of the year during the report period e…

Partners unfazed by Stares

Although the latest drill results from the Stares property, near Thunder Bay, Ont., proved disappointing, partners RJK Explorations (RJX.A-V) and GLR Resource (GRS-T) intend to drill it again.Nine hol…

GLR dusts off cobwebs

With the price of gold on the rise, GLR Resources (GRS-T) has decided to forge ahead with the development of the Box and Athona deposits, which form part of its Goldfields project on the north shore o…

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