Eskay Mining News

Eskay Mining Corp (TSX-V: ESK) is a TSX Venture Exchange listed company, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Eskay is an exploration company focused on the exploration and development of precious and base metals in British Columbia in a highly prolific, poly metallic area known as the Eskay Rift Belt located in the Golden Triangle, 70km northwest of Stewart, BC. The Company currently holds mineral tenures in this area comprised of 177 claims (130,000 acres)

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Seabridge Gold’s Rudi Fronk Talks KSM Mine Approval

By Charlotte McLeod - Exclusive to Gold Investing Monday August 11, 2014, 4:30am PDT British Columbia-focused mining companies have been in the spotlight this week on the back of a tailings pond breach at Imperial Metals’ (TSX:III) Mount…

CEO Note to Shareholders - August 2014

Management of Eskay Mining Corp. would like to congratulate our neighbor to the east, Seabridge Gold (SEA), on the successful application of their environmental permit to build their planned $5.3 Billion mine adjacent to our property. Seabridge…

ADDRESS FROM MAC BALKAM, CEO - December 2013

CEO Note to Shareholders and interested parties 2013 has been an interesting year in the mining exploration business. To state that it was a difficult year or so would be an understatement. Various studies have stated that up to 50% of junior…

Northwest Transmission Line Project

Northwest Transmission Line The proposed Northwest Transmission Line (NTL), is a 335 km, 287 kV transmission line between Skeena Substation (near Terrace) and a new substation to be built near Bob Quinn Lake. This new line would provide a…

Electric Power Grid Coming to the Golden Triangle

Power Grid for Golden Triangle The British Columbia Provincial Government in conjunction with the Federal Government of Canada, has recently approved the construction of a 200-mile high-voltage power line into the GOLDEN TRIANGLE. Funded…

BC's power play to open province's northwest

Northern Miner  By: Alisha Hiyate Power is the missing ingredient in B.C.'s mineral -r ich northwest, and the proposed $404-mi l l ion Northwest Transmission Line (NTL) could finally bring it to the remote region. The 335-km, 287-kilovolt…