Sabina Gold & Silver Corp. is a Canadian precious metals exploration Company with a portfolio of several different properties in Canada at different stages of development. The Company's flagship projects are currently located in Nunavut, in the Canadian North.
Both Hackett River and Back River projects have logistics issues related to their remote location, but infrastructure may build up several blue chip mining companies are actively develop projects in Nunavut
NewsAll Sabina Gold & Silver Corp News ►
Recent Sector News
Century Iron Mines (TSE:FER) has now started the bankable feasibility study on its Joyce Lake direct shipping ore (DSO) iron project, the company said Tuesday, which is expected to wrap up during the first quarter of next year.
Shares of Largo Resources (CVE:LGO) hit a new 52-week high on Monday, with the company just days away from first production at its Maracas vanadium project in Brazil. Investors were eager for the event, pushing up shares to a new annual record of 34 cents, up more than 6 percent.
Precious metal miners in Toronto were feeling the burn Monday as gold futures looked set to post their biggest one day drop since December as rising U.S. equities and weak physical demand for the yellow metal caused a bout of profit-taking.
Global Cobalt’s (CVE:GCO) recent NI 43-101 technical report on its Karakul project even surprised management in terms of its robustness, according to CEO Erin Chutter, who spoke on a conference call yesterday afternoon to update investors on the company’s current progress.
Falco Pacific Resource (CVE: FPC) says it has outlined 11 partially delineated gold zones and several other high grade gold targets nearby its prized Horne 5 deposit in Quebec.
NioCorp (CVE:NB)(OTCQX:NIOBF) has released more drilling results from the first phase of its work program at its Elk Creek niobium project, saying the outcomes thus far have surpassed expectations. Shares rose more than 4.5% in early trades, to 69 Canadian cents.