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
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Canadian shares declined for a third day, led by raw-material and energy producers, ahead of a key U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting. The resource-sensitive Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite Index (TSE:OSPTX) rose 0.3 percent to 15,530.34 at 12:15 p.m. Four out of 10 major groups advanced.
Falco Resources (CVE:FPC) has appointed Sean Roosen, the former chief executive of Osisko Mining and current CEO of Osisko Gold Royalties, as its new chairman, following an announcement that Osisko Gold plans to increase its stake in the junior exploration company to nearly 15 percent.
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Curis Resources (TSE:CUV) is being acquired by copper producer and existing shareholder Taskeo Mines (TSE:TKO) in a friendly all-share deal that Curis says will give it access to existing financial resources to ensure the development of its Florence copper project in Arizona.
Treasury Metals (TSE:TML) has received a bullish recommendation from Euro Pacific Canada, with the brokerage firm initiating coverage on the gold development company with a speculative buy rating and a 12-month price target that is some 63 percent more than the price at which it currently changes hands.
Flinders' take out of Big North provides necessary spark in the energy metals space, says Chris Berry
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