Welcome to the Ontario Prospectors Association web site. You may use this site as your gateway to the home pages of all the Prospectors Associations in the province of Ontario, Canada. The OPA is the common voice of prospectors in Ontario.
Oct 29, 2018· Harte Gold celebrated the grand opening of its Sugar Zone gold mine in northern Ontario, the province's first new operating gold mine in a decade, on Oct. 24. Sugar Zone, which has been in the works since 2009 and finished construction in August, is expected to have a life of 12 years.
Jun 16, 2014· Gold! The biggest find in Canada. While the Klondike gold rush is wellknown, with its Yukon dance halls, and freezing hardships, June marks the anniversary of the start of the Porcupine Gold rush in Ontario some 105 years ago, in 1909 The town of Porcupine, is now considered part of Timmins, is about 800km NW of the national capital, Ottawa.
Dec 02, 2018· Ontario's third phase of modernizing the Mining Act came into effect at 10 on April 10, 2018, with the implementation of online mining claim registration and introducing a new Mining Lands Administration System (MLAS) providing 24/7 online access to mining lands management.
Canada's Gold Camp Discoveries: Honorable Mention. Since the 1930s, the Cadillac, Malartic, and Val d'Or (French for – "Valley of Gold") camps produced more than 45 million ounces of gold, and are presently home to seven producing gold mines.
The Canadian gold miner is determined to make its physical presence less felt with the first mine out of the chute in the Chapleau area's emerging gold camp. Situated 10 kilometres east of the town, Goldcorp's 2015 acquisition of the project from Probe Mines was touted as one of the best new development assets in the industry.
Oct 24, 2018· About Harte Gold Corp. Harte Gold is Ontario's newest gold producer through its wholly owned Sugar Zone Mine in White River Ontario.
Metals Mining : Home Gold. The Red Lake gold camp is situated in the Red Lake greenstone belt of Ontario, an accumulation of Archeanage metavolcanic, metasedimentary and intrusive rocks comprising a portion of the Uchi Subprovince of the Superior Province of the Canadian Shield. Gold was first discovered in the Red Lake area in...
Ontario mining towns with rich gold and nickel deposits sit on billions in resources, but they feel poor and ignored. "You get to a point you're frustrated. You can only go to the well so often ...
Apr 19, 2016· OntarioExplorations101 and Cobalt Crownridge Mining Resources, Limited are not responsible for any injuries associated with the hazards that active and abandoned mines can bring . Active and Abandoned Mine Sites are not a play ground and should be treated seriously as these sites can be hazardous which may result in injuries or can be fatal.
Apr 09, 2019· Another Ontariobased mining operation, Kinross Gold Corp. is the smallest company on our list by market cap. The company oversees mining operations in .
This list of gold mines in Canada is subsidiary to the list of mines article and lists working, defunct and future mines in the country. For practical purposes, defunct and future mines are demarcated in italics and bold respectively. Asterisks (*) note mines which produce(d) gold as a secondary product.
The 15,000hectare Hardrock property is a proposed openpit gold mine and processing mill located on Highway 11, two kilometres south of the town of Geraldton. Planned production is 30,000 tonnes of ore per day. Greenstone Gold Mines is a joint venture partnership between .
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Mar 05, 2012· Hello All, Just wondering if anyone happen to know any good sites in northern Ontario that use open pit or even shaft mining that had alot of taillings laying around, me and my bothers would like to go and try to extract some gold from the old sites.
By Frank Festa. The blue plaque marking the site as Ontario's First Gold Mine is a provincial plaque and is only commemorative. Over 1200 provincial heritage plaques have been placed all across Ontario since 1957, first by the Archaeological and Historic Sites Board of .