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The Mining sector includes emerging companies engaged in mineral exploration and development, the backbone of Canada's natural resource industry.

Mining companies listed on CSE

Class 1 Nickel and Technologies Limited is a mineral exploration company focused on acquiring, exploring and developing quality mineral properties in Canada.

CMP Mining Inc. is a mineral exploration company engaged in the business of exploring for gold and other precious metals in Canada. At present, the Company holds the exclusive option to acquire a 70% interest in the Coquigold property comprised of 15 contiguous mineral claims totalling 2,659.7 hectares located approximately 13 kilometres southwest of Merritt, British Columbia. Alteration on the Coquigold property is typical of an oxidized intrusion-related epithermal environment similar to gold mineralization encountered on the neighbouring Shovelnose property 9 km to the south.

CMX Gold & Silver Corp. is advancing its 100%-owned Clayton Silver Mine, a past-producer situated in south-central Idaho, that operated for 50 years and has historically mined over two million tonnes of ore. The property has a stockpile of unprocessed rock estimated to be at least 1,000,000 tonnes. The Company successfully recovered concentrate from samples taken in 2022 from the stockpile. The  concentrate was produced by TOMRA Systems ASA's precision ore-sorting system in Sydney, Australia. The test recovered at least 70% of the metals in sorted product comprised of about 10% of the initial mass. Compared to average grades documented in the Company's 2014 stockpile evaluation program, assays confirmed ore-sorting increased the silver grade by 6.4 times to 5.02 oz/t, and  increased grades by 7 times for lead to 3.10% and zinc to 1.91%. By mid-2024, the Company expects to install a custom TOMRA ore-sorting system on the Clayton property to process the stockpile, which will generate significant cash flow. 

The 1,131-acre Clayton property encompasses 29 patented mining claims, 2 patented mill sites and 28 lode claims on BLM land.  The Clayton Silver Mine was developed on eight levels to a depth of 1,100 feet below surface and is comprised of approximately 19,690 feet of underground development.  Two major ore bodies were partially mined: the “South Ore Body” and the “North Ore Body”.  The recorded production from the Clayton Mine included 7,031,110 oz silver, 86,771,527 lbs lead, 28,172,211 lbs zinc, 1,664,177 lbs copper, and minor amounts of gold from an estimated 2,145,652 tonnes of ore mined between 1934 and 1985.  

Collective Metals Inc. is a resource exploration company specialized in precious metals exploration in the Northwest Territories. Collective Metals is currently advancing the Uptown Gold Project 4 km outside of Yellowknife adjacent to the Giant Mine.

The Company is engaged in the business of mineral exploration with a focus on precious metals. The Company’s current objective is to explore, and if warranted, develop the Colpayoc gold prospect, a 1,580 hectare porphyry gold deposit within the Yanacocha gold district in Cajamarca, Peru.

Copperhead Resources Inc. is a British Columbia company engaged in mineral exploration, focusing initially on the exploration and development of the Company’s principal property in British Columbia, Canada, being the Red Line Project. The Project is in the exploration stage. From time to time the Company may also evaluate and acquire other mineral properties of merit, containing a variety of metals and minerals and located in a variety of geographical jurisdictions.

Corcel Exploration Inc. is a mineral resource company engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties.

The principal business carried on and intended to be carried on by the Issuer is the exploration of mineral resources on the Issuer’s principal property, being the Blue Property, which is in the exploration stage. The Blue Property consists of two contiguous mineral claims that cover an area of approximately 1,126.49 ha located in northwestern British Columbia 48 km southwest of the community of Atlin.

Core Nickel is a junior nickel exploration company that controls 100% of approximately 150,000 hectares of exploration ground in the prolific Thompson Nickel Belt (TNB) in Northern Manitoba, Canada, which is proximal to existing infrastructure such as highways and operating mills. Core Nickel has a large contiguous land package in the northern part of the TNB that hosts the Mel deposit, which is approximately 20 km northwest of the City of Thompson. The Mel deposit has a historical NI-43-101 resource estimation with an indicated resource of 4.3 million tonnes at 0.875% nickel, equating to 82.5 million lbs contained Nickel, and a historically inferred resource estimate of 1.0 million tonnes at 0.839% nickel, equating to 18.7 million pounds of contained Nickel. The company also holds two properties in the southern TNB, which hosts known elevated nickel mineralization that is proximal to existing nickel deposits, mills, and other infrastructure.

The Company’s principal business activity is the acquisition, exploration and evaluation of mineral property assets in Canada and Australia, and the investment in mineral exploration companies and related mining technologies of merit. The Company’s Canadian mineral property assets include various land and corporate ownership positions.

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