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Saville Resources Commerce Resources hit near-surface niobium high grades, with tantalum and phosphate in Quebec

Having “only scratched the surface of its potential,” the second batch of results in less than a week reinforce optimism about a critical minerals project in Canada’s Labrador Trough….

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Saville Resources Commerce Resources hit near-surface niobium high grades, with tantalum and phosphate in Quebec

Wide intervals of high grades close to surface characterized the first hole of a maiden drill program on a critical minerals project in Canada’s Labrador Trough….

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20 common metal alloys and what they’re made of

Every day you’re likely to encounter metals that cannot be found anywhere on the periodic table….

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Ximen Mining/GGX Gold examine tellurium potential of B.C. gold-silver project

Classified as a critical element by the U.S. government, tellurium showed up with gold-silver assays from last year’s drilling on the Gold Drop project in southern British Columbia….

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Rights offerings to be streamlined, says CSA

Taking place January 20 to 21, the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference returns with hundreds of resource companies, thousands of investors, scores of vital market commentators and all-new content….

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A capacity crowd attends a keynote speech at VRIC 2018.   Taking place January 20 to 21, the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference returns with hundreds of resource companies, thousands of investors, scores of vital commentators and all-new content. To skip the registration fee, just click here and use promo code RESOURCECLIPS. This offer ends January [...]

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DRC’s worsening instability heightens critical minerals concern

Official election results won’t come until January 15, but a reportedly chaotic voting day and the possibility of a disputed outcome raise fears of greater unrest in the Democratic Republic of Congo….

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The Royal Canadian Mint breaks the numismatic mould to cast creative coins

From the end of the Earth and beyond, the ever-innovative Royal Canadian Mint has sourced distinctive materials to distinguish two new collectibles….

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June 11th, 2018, 7:23 am

Iluka’s zircon: The importance of the Eucla Basin, Kazakhstan’s potential Industrial Minerals Gold, World War II and Operation Fish Stockhouse Corporate debt could trigger the next major meltdown Equities.com Brent Cook says mining’s desperation makes this a good time to invest SmallCapPower Total U.S. public debt and interest expense hit a new high GoldSeek Nickel [...]

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