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Mining in the Fort à la Corne…

Jul 25th, 2014

Mining in the Fort à la Corne…

One of the many questions we get asked is: “Why Prince Albert of all places?”

Well, it all started way back in 1995 when the Fort à la Corne properties were staked, and shortly thereafter diamonds were discovered during the first drill-program. Fast forward some 20 years and we may just have another diamond mine hot on the heels of Stornoway Diamond Corporations’ Renard mine in Quebec-except this one is right on our doorstep…well, just about. 60 kilometers or 30 minutes- weather permitting.

Canada’s Environmental Assessment Agency floated the final Comprehensive Study Report towards the end of June- another step towards the next step towards the possibility of Saskatchewan’s first diamond mine.

Will this be a jewel in the crown?







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