Midas Touch – Prospector finds open silver camp to gold

By Liz CowanNorthern Ontario Business December 2011

Sherry Swain didn’t heed the advice she was given over the years to remain a “housewife” and not become a prospector.  If she had, a junior mining company wouldn’t be searching for gold in an area of northeastern Ontario that is historically renowned for silver……

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Canadian Arrow on Solid Ground with First Nation

Posted October.11.2008

By IAN ROSS – Northern Ontario Business
First Nation approval was key in Canadian Arrow Mine’s gradual development of its highly-prospective Kenbridge nickel deposit in northwestern Ontario.
At a spring awards gala of the northwestern Ontario mining fraternity, a speaker at the podium described the rugged (and somewhat shadowy) individual freedom of the prospector.
“It happens in the bush, where no one knows what you’re doing, and you move from place to place.”
Secrecy, deception and pipe dreams have all been part of mining lore.
Yet Canadian Arrow Mines president Kim Tyler never could quite fathom over his 27-year mining career why the industry…
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