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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Initial Proven and Probable mineral reserve declared at Lynn Lake of 1.
Alamos Gold has reported results from a positive feasibility study of its Lynn Lake gold project in northwest Manitoba that support development of a project producing an average of 170,000 ounces per year (oz/y) of gold over its first six years of operation and 143,000 oz/y over its first 10 years of operation.
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.
That morning, Russ Bettschen, owner of Lynn Lake Fly-In Outpost Camps, had met Bowhunter Equipment Editor Curt Wells, videographer Bob Theim, and me at the airport in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
He has served in the ecumenical shared ministry parishes of Lynn Lake and Snow Lake, Man.
As a "military brat" born in Summerside, PEI, and later, as an employee of Transport Canada, Daher has lived in many parts of this country: Moose Jaw, SK; Brandon, MB; Baker Lake, NU; Saskatoon, SK; Lynn Lake, MB; Thompson, MB; La Ronge, SK; Yellowknife, NT; Sault Ste.
Another trip has been planned already for December when more recording of Elders will occur, and communities from nearby Leaf Rapids, Lynn Lake and Pukatawagan will be involved because their ancestors all shared the area.