An underground gold mine complex in British Columbia from the 1940s probably isn’t where you’d expect to find cutting-edge technology. This week’s Blog looks at how older mines that weren’t profitable to excavate decades ago could, for the first time, be mapped and be revived using Exyn’s technology.
Attracting investment and exploration in Canada – Can governments and mining companies use data-driven open innovation initiatives to increase interest in highly prospective regions?
Over the past ten to twenty years, we have seen a steady decline in discovery rates, despite continued and substantial expenditure in exploration and deposits are becoming harder and harder to find. This week’s Blog discusses how can we better understand the environments in which we’re working to target more effectively, as well as how we can improve discovery rates?
Pure Gold Mining recently released the results of a Feasibility Study on the Madsen Red Lake Gold Deposit that projects a long-life, high-margin mine with low initial capital requirements and a fast timeline to production. This week’s Blog takes a closer look that the results of that study and gives you a glimpse into the future of Ontario’s next gold mine.
What happens when one of the world’s most trusted precious metal refiners teams up with a Canadian blockchain tech-solutions company? The answer is next level transparency for gold buyers and brands that are looking to source conflict free materials. This week’s Blog takes a look at the benefits of MIMOSI for Responsible Sourcing, a tool that can equip companies in higher-risk industries – such as mining – to commit to responsible sourcing, as well as possess a single source of truth for provenance.
The stars seem to be aligning for the Madsen Gold Project in Ontario; a definitive feasibility study should be complete Q4 2018, economics are improving, existing infrastructure is in place, and baseline work to update key permits held by Pure Gold are underway. Learn more in this week’s Blog!
SGS Canada is Shaping the Future of the North American Minerals and Recycling Industries Through Innovative Technology
Advanced dense medium separation metallurgical testing capabilities are now available in Canada. Learn more about how this could benefit companies carrying out feasibility studies at the onset of a mining or recycling project.