Rare Earth – Canadian companies are finding significant rare earth element mineralization in the country and are employing new processing technologies in the field.
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Graphite – Measured and indicated mineral resources for the project now total 50 million tonnes, a 658-percent jumped from the previous 7.6 million tonnes.
Graphite – Cavan Ventures Inc. (TSXV:CVN) announced that it has acquired the Quebec-based Tetepiska graphite property, which is situated 24 kilometers southwest of Mason Graphite Inc.'s (TSXV:LLG) Lac Guéret graphite project.
Diamond – De Beers Canada Inc. and Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. (NYSEMKT:MDM) announced that a pioneer land use permit for the Gahcho Kué diamond mine has been approved by the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board. With the permit, the companies are able to start land-based site works "in preparation for deliveries planned for the 2014 winter road season."
INN Senior Editor Andrew Topf speaks with Jos Schmitt, CEO of Aequitas Innovations, which in June announced it was launching a new stock exchange to compete with the TMX Group.
Graphite – Today, Zenyatta Ventures provided the results of the initial NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate on its magmatic hydrothermal (vein-type) Albany graphite deposit, located in Ontario, Canada.
Diamond – The Edmonton Sun reported that the University of Alberta has now officially opened the Arctic Resources Geochemistry Laboratory, a new world-class diamond lab whose purpose is to help scientists determine which diamond deposits are worth digging up.
Silver – Dolly Varden Silver Corp. (TSXV:DV,OTCBB:DOLLF) announced the final assay results for its 2013 drill program at the Torbrit mine, located at its Dolly Varden property in Northwestern British Columbia. They indicate that high-grade silver mineralization occurs at multiple stratigraphic horizons at the mine.
Diamond – Bloomberg reported that Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. (NYSEMKT:MDM), which is working with De Beers on the Canada-based Gahcho Kue project, plans to raise $125 million in a rights offering that will be backed by the company's largest shareholder, Irish billionaire Dermot Desmond.
Coal – The Vancouver Sun reported that Calvin Quek, head of Greenpeace East Asia’s Sustainable Finance Program, believes that building terminals aimed at shipping more coal to East Asia — such as the planned Fraser Surrey Docks expansion — could be a waste of time and money due to new caps on coal usage in China.