Lynn Lake


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Lynn Lake

 

a mining village in northwestern Manitoba, Canada. The Sherrit Gordon Nickel Mining Company works the large deposit of copper and nickel ores located in Lynn Lake. The ore is refined in Fort Saskatchewan (Alberta).

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Hulbert began his career in the Lynn Lake nickel camp in northern Manitoba, followed by his extensive PGE work in South Africa's Bushveld Complex, and completion of his Doctor of Science at the University of Pretoria in 1983.
Survivors include his mother, Barbara Hall of Chester; two children, DavaLee Lake of Edwardsville and Robert Dawson Lake of Waterloo; two siblings, Jeffrey (Lisa) Lake of Ellis Grove and Lynn Lake of Chester; fiancee Denise Smith of Evansville; Denise's son, Matthew (Sarah) Smith of Ruma; Denise's grandchildren, Riley, Chase, and Alaina Smith; a niece, Bobbie Lake of Ellis Grove; a nephew, Blaise Lake of Ellis Grove; and aunt and uncle Michelle and Bill Fryer of Ellis Grove.
The increase reflects the addition of Island Gold, further growth at La Yaqui Grande and the declaration of an initial mineral reserve at Lynn Lake. Island Gold's Proven and Probable mineral reserves increased 18% to 887,000 ounces of gold, 2.7 mt grading 10.20 g/t Au, net of mining depletion.
Alamos also owns the Mulatos and El Chanate mines in Mexico and has several gold prospects in the project pipeline in Canada, U.S., Mexico and Turkey, including its Lynn Lake gold deposit in Manitoba which is at the feasibility study stage.
The company owns the Lynn Lake Gold Camp, which is considered by Nord Gold to match its criteria for greenfield projects.
The company will use the proceeds from the offering to finance exploration expenses related to its gold properties near Lynn Lake, Manitoba.
Corazon Mining Limited (ASX:CZN) announces that results from the latest phase of drilling at the Lynn Lake Nickel Sulphide Project in Canada have defined further significant nickel-copper mineralisation.
Placement proceeds are to be utilised at the firm's Lynn Lake Property in Manitoba and the Wellgreen Property in Yukon Territory.
Eleven of the 25 projects qualify for the higher level of assistance and are in the Lynn Lake, Leaf Rapids, Snow Lake and other northern areas.
Her twin sisters were plucked out of her mother's arms in the infamous scoop of Aboriginal children and raised by a white family in nearby Lynn Lake. Then, in 1974, Manitoba Hydro flooded Deerchild's birthplace.