Carlisle Goldfields Limited

Alamos bids $28.5M for Carlisle

Alamos Gold (TSX: AGI; NYSE: AGI) is offering to buy the shares it doesn’t already own in Carlisle Goldfields (TSX: CGJ) for $28.5 million, so it can gain a 100% interest in the Lynn Lake gold project in Lynn Lake, Man. 

The historic MacLellan headframe at Carlisle Goldfields' Lynn Lake gold project in Manitoba.  Credit: Carlisle Goldfields

Two suitors court Carlisle

Just two days after the ink dried on a binding joint-venture agreement between Canadian gold miner AuRico Gold (TSX: AUQ; NYSE: AUQ; CGJ) and Carlisle Goldfields (TSX: CGJ; US-OTC: CGJCF) on the junior’s Lynn Lake project in Manitoba,…

The headframe at the historic MacLellan mine, part of Carlisle Goldfields' Lynn Lake gold project in northern Manitoba. Credit: Carlisle Goldfields

Drost set to steer Carlisle at Lynn Lake

After Sandstorm Gold (TSX: SSL; NYSE-MKT: SAND) bought Premier Royalty, Abraham Drost, the latter company’s CEO, found himself looking for his next gig.

Carlisle Goldfields unveils economics for Lynn Lake camp

VANCOUVER — It has been a busy 18 months for Toronto-based junior Carlisle Goldfields (TSX: CGJ; US-OTC: CGJCF) at its wholly owned, 285 sq. km property package across the historic Lynn Lake greenstone belt in northern Manitoba….

Toronto Stock Exchange, March 25 – 29

Toronto stocks edged down during the holiday-shortened trading week, with the S&P/TSX Composite Index slipping 7 points to 12,749.90. Both gold and base metal miners tumbled, with the S&P/TSX Global Gold Index dropping 3 points to…

San Gold's Rice Lake mine and mill, in Manitoba. Earlier this year, the company discovered several new gold-bearing zones in a volcanic sequence about 1.5 km northeast of the mine.

Discoveries add lustre to Manitoba’s gold camps

VANCOUVER–Manitoba’s historic gold districts are getting a new lease on life from junior companies aspiring to become mid-tier producers. San Gold (SGR-V, SGRCF-O) has revived the Rice Lake belt, whe…

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