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We had the pleasure to sit down with Ranj Pillai, Premier of Yukon. Since taking office, Ranj has been working on bringing exploration and mine development into the next stage. And one of the biggest tasks is to overhaul the power systems of the Territory. We spend quite a bit of time discussing the potential connection to British Columbia's hydropower grid. Not only would this benefit mining, but it would also benefit all of Yukoners. But the project comes at a large cost and demands systematic implementation if approved. We'd like to thank our sponsors: Western Copper and Gold is focused on developing the world-class Casino project in Canada's Yukon Territory. The Casino project consists of an impressive 11 billion pounds of copper and 21 million ounces of gold in an overall resource. Western Copper and Gold trades on the TSX and the NYSE American with WRN. Be sure to follow the company via their website, www.westerncopperandgold.com. Arizona Sonoran Copper Company (ASCU:TSX) is focused on developing its brownfield copper project on private land in Arizona, a tier 1 location. The Cactus Mine Project is located less than an hour's drive from the Phoenix International airport via highway i-10, and with grid power and the Union Pacific Rail line situated at the base of the Cactus Project main road. With permitted water access, a streamlined permitting framework and infrastructure already in place, ASCU's Cactus Mine Project is a lower risk copper development project in the infrastructure-rich heartland of Arizona.For more information, please visit www.arizonasonoran.com. Fireweed Metals is advancing 3 different projects within the Yukon and Northwest Territories, including the flagship Macmillan Pass Project, a large zinc-lead-silver deposit and the Mactung Project, one of the largest and highest-grade tungsten deposits in the world. Fireweed plans to advance these projects through exploration, resource definition, metallurgy, engineering, economic studies and collaboration with indigenous people on the path to production. For more information please visit fireweedmetals.com.
We connected with David Rhodes, Executive Chairman of Empress Royalty. Empress was established as a streaming mechanism for companies needing smaller amounts of capital which are often overlooked by the major companies in the space. David breaks down this business model and talks about a few of the latest news items.
We connected with Brandon Macdonald of Fireweed Metals in Frankfurt for a general update from him and the company. The MacPass camp is wrapped for the season but the company is awaiting plenty of new drill results to publish to the market. The company is also working on an updated resource which could come as early as this spring. We also chat about some early drilling targets for the Gayna Project.
We connected with Warren Gilman, CEO of Queen's Road Capital. The company acquires and holds securities for long-term capital appreciation, with a focus on convertible debt securities and resource projects in advanced development or production. Their model is unique. We ask about the business amidst higher interest rates. What does this adjustment mean for their partners and their investors?
Arizona Sonoran Copper recently published 10 new drill holes from the MainSpring Property. CEO George Ogilvie joins the podcast to talk about how these holes have potential to change the engineering method for the overall mine operations in relationship to Parks/Salyer. It is still early days, but George sees opportunities here ahead of their PFS. We also touch base on the global copper market with a number of important copper mining news items out in the open.
Michael Konnert of Vizsla Silver joins us to give his corporate editorial comments on the latest round of infill and expansion drilling at the Copala and Copala 2 veins. We also talk about this big move in precious metals, including silver, and how its have an effect on the Vizsla stock.
We reconnect with Founders Metals in this corporate update. We discuss the positive response in the company's equity, despite a very volatile market, and how the company continues to impress resource investors with continued drilling. The company is well financed and have a number of in-the-money warrants available.
We reconnect with Frank Candido, Executive Chairman of Delta Resources. Frank and Trevor somewhat rehash the dynamics of the exploration at the Delta-1 Property in Ontario along with its whirlwind moves of its equity. The company currently has a market cap of approximately $10M and has $7M in cash.
Kenorland Minerals CEO, Zach Flood, joins the podcast to talk about the more than $31M dollars spent on exploration in 2023 throughout their project portfolio. It was a big year for the company which saw a majority of their work funded by their partners. And the company is not done for the year as the market will expect new drill results out of Frotet. We also discuss the outlook for 2024.
Philippe Cloutier of Cartier Resources talks about the exploration opportunity the company has unlocked surrounding the Chimo Mine Area. In a recent news release, the company highlighted 15km of speculative gold bearing intersections for potential future discoveries. We speak with Philippe about how this came to be and how the company will be attacking this now massive land package in the future.
We connected with Thomas Mumford, Vice President of Exploration at Scottie Resources, to get his take on the discovery and drilling success at the company's Blueberry Zone. Thomas talks about the prospects of Blueberry being an important asset in the Golden Triangle with two operations soon to be mining and milling there in the near future.
It has been some time since we've spoken with Roger Moss of Labrador Gold. In this episode, we get an update from the company who continues to drill and explore in Newfoundland. We discuss the general activity in the area and how their Kingsway Project fits into the general and very perspective Appleton Fault Zone.
We sit down with Marshall Koval of Lumina Gold for an introduction and development update on their Cangrejos Project in Ecuador. Lumina recent secured funding off of a stream deal with Wheaton Precious Metals and will look to advance the project into construction in due time. We talk a lot about Ecuador as a mining jurisdiction and also get small glimpse into the Luminex and Adventus Mining deal recently announced.
Defiance Silver's Chris Wright joined us in Frankfurt for an update on their projects in Mexico. We spend time talking about how the company has managed to weather the market storm of junior equities and how they continue to add value for shareholders. He makes notice that the company is looking towards an updated mineral resources in 2024.
We connected with Cross Border Capital's Michael Howell in Frankurt last week for a longer conversation and update on global liquidity. Where is it coming from and where does it appear to be heading? In this episode, Michael spends a good amount of time talking about the supply of government debt and the role of Central Bank to be the purchaser of that debt. Michael believes this will be the only way to keep government afloat. It will also be the reason gold will be that hedge against such monetary inflation.
Scott Close of EMX Royalty joins the podcast from Frankfurt where he sheds some light into the activity within the EMX Royalty portfolio. He gives some colour on news from both Timok and the Caserones position along with how the market is effecting its streaming of exploration projects to new and current partners.
Charles Funk, CEO of Heliostar Metals, joins us to take a quick break away from the Frankfurt interviews. The company published a highly anticipated resource estimate for the Ana Paula Project in Mexico, which highlights meaningful increases in both sizes and grade.
Bob Wares is a professional geologist with over 40 years’ experience in mineral exploration and development, mostly in Eastern Canada. He was one of the three original founders of Osisko Exploration/Osisko Mining Corp. and was responsible for the discovery of the Canadian Malartic bulk tonnage gold deposit. We connected in Frankfurt to talk about the dynamics of this prolonged bear market in exploration equities. We also get a quick glimpse into the latest updates from Osisko Metals.
We connected with Minera Alamos President Doug Ramshaw at the Deutsche Goldmesse conference in Frankfurt over the weekend. Doug talks about a permit amendment for the Santana Project and its existing operations. Doug talks about why the amendment is important and what it would do for optimizing the project.
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