Part 3, Bulk Sampling Permit In Part 1 of the series, “Starting a Mine in B.C.”, I covered the procedures for acquiring mineral claims. Part 2 was about work requirement for maintaining them. If you missed out on these articles,
Mineit Consulting is proud to play its role as a community leader even in the tough economic conditions. We actively contribute in the advancement and training of youth for a bright mining future. Here are some of our community development
Part 2- Maintaining a Claim In Part 1 of the series, “Starting a Mine in B.C.”, I covered procedures for staking a claim. If you missed out on that article, a link is added at the bottom for your reference.
Part 1-Staking a Mineral Tenure I acquired information that is presented in this series during the process of starting a Jade Mine, that produced first dimensional Nephrite jade block located in the District of Dease Lake in Northern B.C, a
Fraser Institute’s annual Survey of Mining Companies 2016 declared Saskatchewan as the most attractive jurisdiction for investment, followed by Manitoba on second place. Surprisingly, British Columbia dropped to 27th place from 18th. Out of the top 20 jurisdictions for investment attractiveness, Canada