Masuparia Gold Corporation

Surface facilities at Claude Resources' Seabee gold mine in Saskatchewan's La Ronge gold belt. Photo by Claude Resources

La Ronge gold district regains its old shine

The 1980s were a booming time for the La Ronge gold belt near the town of La Ronge in north-central Saskatchewan, with between 60 and 80 companies exploring on the ground and several hundred thousand ounces mined. But a tough market and mixed…

Masuparia cuts high grade in La Ronge

Vancouver — Drilling by Masuparia Gold (MPG-V) on its 51%-owned Greywacke project, in north-central Saskatchewan’s La Ronge gold belt, has intersected high-grade mineralization….

Anglo American geologist Dan MacNeil examines the Discovery gossan at the Frontier South property in far-northern Quebec.

Knight, Anglo report high grades in Ungava

The Raglan area in the Ungava Peninsula region of northern Quebec is emerging as a highly prospective nickel camp in light of discoveries by Canadian Royalties (CZZ-V) and, more recently, Anglo Americ…

Goldbrook expands in Ungava region

Vancouver — Junior Goldbrook Ventures (GBK-V) has added ground to its promising portfolio of projects in the Ungava region of Quebec.The Michael Magrum-led company inked two deals, one with Inlet Res…

Healthy prices, discoveries spur nickel exploration

After losing ground to their trendy laterite cousins a few years ago, nickel sulphide deposits — hosts of the giant Sudbury, Voisey’s Bay and Norilsk orebodies — are back in fashion.Nickel sulphide …

Masuparia drills Greywacke

Vancouver — Masuparia Gold (MPG-V) is considering developing a small open-pit gold mine on the Greywacke Lake property northeast of La Ronge, Sask.The announcement is based on results from a series o…

Slumping gold weighs down Venture exchange

Vancouver — Investors shied away from Canada’s junior exchange as the S&P composite index continued its bumpy slide over the week ended July 30. The TSX Venture Exchange shed 32.83 points, or 3.13% o…

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