Day: September 9, 2014

Grupo México Desaira Reunión con Alcaldes por Río Sonora

Un desaire de Grupo México a la reunión convocada por alcaldes para encontrar una solución de fondo al problema ocasionado por el derrame tóxico al río Sonora, podría detonar un estallido social en comunidades de los siete municipios afectados, donde la gente está harta de paliativos.

Marlin Receives Permits on Its Second Project; La Trinidad Continues to Ramp-Up

Marlin Gold Mining Ltd. is pleased to announce that it has received Mexican federal government approval of its Environmental Impact Statement at the El Compas project in Zacatecas, Mexico. The MIA was approved on September 2, 2014. The state-level change of land use permit from the State of Zacatecas was issued in 2013. In addition to Marlin’s flagship La Trinidad mine, El Compas is now the second project Marlin has permitted in Mexico over the last two years.

GoGold Updates Parral Mine Commissioning. On Schedule and Performing Well

GoGold Resources Ltd. is pleased to provide an update on the commissioning of its Parral Tailings Project in Mexico. Commissioning of the main plant began in June 2014 and production rates have been consistently increasing as ramping up continues. As of August 31st, 2014, approximately 180,000 tonnes have been agglomerated and stacked on the lined heap leach pad and a total of 61,000 ounces of silver and 105 ounces of gold have been produced as dore. In accordance with the mine plan, the first material being treated is from Zone 3 (known as the Red Hill). The performance to date has met or exceeded expectations based on the following performance indicators:

“Don Diego” Project Achieves Important Milestone

Odyssey Marine Exploration, Inc., a pioneer in the field of deep-ocean exploration, reported that the Environmental Impact Assessment for proposed dredging and recovery of phosphate sands from the “Don Diego” deposit has been filed with the Mexican Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT). According to governmental regulations, a response is expected in approximately 60 business days.

El Tigre Silver Reports Assay Results from Ongoing Exploration Program in Sonora, Mexico

El Tigre Silver Corp. is pleased to announce strong assay results from El Tigre’s continuing year round exploration program at its El Tigre Silver and Gold Project in northern Sonora, Mexico. El Tigre is reporting assay results from the Southern vein area where a total of 110 surface and 57 underground samples were collected. Assay results from four samples of underground backfill material ranged from 1.28 gpt Au to 4.32 gpt Au and 262 gpt Ag to 468 gpt Ag.

Soltoro Sampling Tecolote Project for Bulk Tonnage Gold Potential

Soltoro Ltd. has initiated a panel sampling program on its 100%-owned Tecolote gold project located in Jalisco, Mexico. The program is intended to test several zones of hydrothermal alteration for bulk tonnage gold targets. The Tecolote Project lies within the Guachinango District, which includes Soltoro’s El Rayo Primary Silver Project and Cayden Resources’ El Barqueño Gold Project (Cayden is the subject of a recently announced acquisition by Agnico Eagle Mines Limited). In this part of Jalisco, mineralization occurs within a broad northwest-trending belt of gold-silver mining districts that also includes Endeavour Silver’s San Sebastian Project and Soltoro’s Quila Project.

Sierra Metals Strengthens Management Team

Sierra Metals Inc., a Canadian mining company focused on the production of silver and base metals from Peru and Mexico, is pleased to announce that, as part of an ongoing corporate development strategy, Victoria Vargas has joined Sierra Metals as Vice President Investor Relations and Corporate Communications. In this role, Ms. Vargas will be the primary liaison between Sierra and its investors, analysts and financial community globally.

Avino Mine Re-Opening Update

Avino Silver & Gold Mines Ltd. is pleased to announce that the processing of underground material from the re-opened Avino Mine began as planned on September 1. Initial feed is from material that was blasted prior to the mine shutting down in 2001; currently this material is being processed using Circuit #2.

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