Buchans


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Buchans,

town (1991 pop. 1,164), central Newfoundland, N.L., Canada, on Red Indian Lake. It has a large mine that yields lead, silver, zinc, and copper.
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17 July 2013 - Irish mineral explorer Minco Plc (LON:MIO) on Wednesday announced the completion of its acquisition of Canadian sector player Buchans Minerals Corporation (CVE:BMC) announced in late April this year.
Buchans Minerals is an Atlantic Canada based resource company that has three main assets that include its 100% owned base metal properties near Buchans in central Newfoundland (joint ventured to Minco plc.
ASARCO conducted extensive research on samples of Buchans ore, and by 1925 had developed a successful metallurgical method of separating the fine-grained zinc, lead and copper minerals.
Allan Buchan, 41, was sentenced to 30 months last year and struck off after being found guilty of five indecent assaults.
Felsic volcanic samples from the Buchans East area are tholeiitic to transitional, whereas those in the Buchans camp proper generally are calc-alkaline to calc-alkaline-transitional suggesting that the eastern rocks are not Buchans Group sensu stricto, but are composites of Buchans Group and tholeiitic sequences.
Bobby's Pond is located in the Buchans area of central Newfoundland.
CMC ), a wholly owned subsidiary of Buchans Minerals that owns 100% of the Woodstock manganese property.
Irish exploration and development company Minco plc (AIM:MIO) said today that it has acquired approximately 10% of the shares of Canadian resource company Buchans Minerals Corp (TSX-V:BMC) for CAD1m in a private placement.
The Powderhorn property, in which Canaco has an option to purchase up to a 100% interest, is located beside the TransCanada Highway 25 miles north of the former Buchans Mine.
Recently completed Phase One drilling and Pulse EM surveys have confirmed the presence of a large volcanogenic debris flow system similar in texture and form to the Buchans transported ore bodies.
Yet I had read Buchan--probably the same books you have: The Thirty-Nine Steps (1915), for example, the short, bracing spy thriller (or "shocker," as Buchan called it) in which the dashing Richard Hannay battles a perfidious German spy ring and--after a series of wild, pulse-rattling cliffhangers--emerges triumphant in the nick of time.