Canadian gold miner eyeing leap into iron ore as property evaluated
Jul 07, 2005 | 09:16 AM
| Maria Guzzo
A Canadian gold mining company is studying whether its property also could be valuable as an iron ore source.
Consolidated Thompson-Lundmark Gold Mines Ltd., Toronto, has hired consulting geology and engineering firm Watts, Griffis & McOuat Ltd., Toronto, to study its Bloom Lake deposit.Bloom Lake is in northeastern Quebec in the southwest portion of the Labrador Trough, only 6 miles from the Mont-Wright iron mining operation of Quebec Cartier Mining Co., one of the continent's largest iron ore miners.....
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