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Joshua Bailey, vice-president of exploration at Wallbridge at the Broken Hammer mine in Sudbury. Wallbridge is using innovative techniques to keep the company moving forward during down times, including using this at-surface deposit as a way to finance other projects.
2015 Five Junior Mining Companies to Watch: Wallbridge MiningIt’s no secret – the current down markets are having a particularly negative effect on the juniors in Canada. But Wallbridge Mining Company Limited (TSX - WM) is providing value for its shareholders in unique ways.“The market certainly hasn’t been kind to a lot of junior mining companies,” said Marz Kord, president and CEO of Wallbridge. “Our strategy has always been to explore while we minimize the dilution to our shareholders.” The company does this in three ways, Kord said: by creat...

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2015 Five Junior Mining Companies to Watch: Premier Gold Mines
If all goes to plan, 2015 will be the year Premier Gold Mines Ltd. (TSX: PG) moves from being a gold exploration company to a gold producer. And that’s just the biggest news in what has been quite an eventful year so far for the junior mining company from Thunder Bay.On April 7, the company a...
2015 Five Junior Mining Companies to Watch: Transition Metals
Those who have been in mining for any length of time realize that exploration is literally hit or miss. The trained eye can find best bets, but even then nothing is guaranteed. So why not spread out the net – and the risk – over many different targets?That’s part of Transition Metals’ (TSX.V ...
2015 Five Junior Mining Companies to Watch: Treasury Metals
Treasury Metals (TSE: TML) could be as little as two years away from going into production at its Goliath find, said Norm Bush, vice-president of the Goliath Gold Project, putting it in line to be one of Canada’s next gold mines.“If it all comes together as we’re expecting it will and the timel...
2015 Five Junior Mining Companies to Watch: Zenyatta Ventures.
“We didn’t know what it was – nobody knew what it was.” That from Aubrey J. Eveleigh, president, CEO & director of Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. (TSX.V: ZEN), about a mysterious core sample drawn from the company’s Albany Project in northwestern Ontario during exploration drilling for copper and ni...


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