The Mining sector includes emerging companies engaged in mineral exploration and development, the backbone of Canada's natural resource industry.
Irving Resources Inc. (Irving) is a Canadian-based mineral exploration company with interests in Japan and Africa. In 2016, Irving incorporated a wholly-owned subsidiary in Japan named, Irving Resources Japan GK which enables Irving to acquire and hold exploration and mining projects in Japan. Irving is focused on identifying high-silica, high-grade epithermal vein mineralization that could potentially be suitable for use as smelter flux in the operating base metals smelters across Japan. In addition, Irving holds a Project Venture Agreement with the Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) for the joint exploration programs in the Republic of Malawi.
JNC Resources Inc. is a Canadian-based junior venture mining exploration company with a goal to develop under-explored properties and benefit from deal flow generated by strategic partnerships and growth opportunities. Currently the company is developing its 100% optioned Triple 9 Project in South Central British Columbia. The Triple 9 Project is a gold property with a new discovery of high levels of base metals, located 20 kilometres from the town of Sicamous. The area is a mining-friendly region within a short distance to numerous industrial-based cities with an eager work force and equipment and is a short drive from the company's home base in Vancouver.
Karam Minerals Inc. is a resource exploration company focused on the acquisition, evaluation and exploration of mineral resource properties.
KWG is an exploration stage company that is participating in the discovery, delineation and development of chromite deposits in the James Bay Lowlands of Northern Ontario, including 1,024 hectares covered by four unpatented mining claims approximately 280km north of Nakina, Ontario, which contains the Black Horse chromite deposit (the “Koper Lake Project”) and 1,241 hectares covered by seven unpatented mining claims approximately 280km north of Nakina, Ontario, which contains the Big Daddy chromite deposit (the “Big Daddy Project”). The Corporation has the right to acquire: (i) up to an 80% interest in respect of chromite contained in the Koper Lake Project; and (ii) up to a 20% interest in respect of the non-chromite minerals contained in the Koper Lake Project. The Corporation also has a 30% interest in the Big Daddy Project. Through the Corporation’s subsidiary, Canada Chrome Corporation (“CCC”), KWG has also staked mining claims in Northern Ontario with a view to the development and construction of a proposed railway from Nakina, Ontario to the Koper Lake Project and the Big Daddy Project as well as exploring for, delineating and developing aggregate and other minerals.
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KWG Resources Inc.
La Imperial is a Canadian-based gold, silver and industrial metal exploration company, with a 70% interest in 132 square kilometers 51 sq.mi.) of mineral concessions in the Sierra Madre Occidental Gold & Silver Belt of northern Mexico, located in the State of Chihuahua. The Company's objective is to aggressively explore and develop the current mineral claims and acquire additional prospective properties.