2 edition of Mining Industry of Yukon, 1935. found in the catalog.
Mining Industry of Yukon, 1935.
Geological Survey of Canada.
|Series||Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) -- 193|
Yukon - Yukon - Economy: The federal and territorial governments play important roles in Yukon’s economy. The territorial government has assumed increasing responsibility for building roads, airfields, and power-generating facilities, as well as for providing incentives to private companies interested in developing resources in the area. Few people continue to make their living by hunting. Yukon's historical major industry was mining (lead, zinc, silver, gold, asbestos and copper). The government acquired the land from the Hudson's Bay Company in and split it from the Northwest Territories in to fill the need for local government created by the population influx of the gold rush.
Over the years Yukon's economy continued to revolve around the mining industry, which proved to be unstable. In the mids, every producing mine in the territory closed as a result of poor market conditions. Despite its instability, mining, along with trapping and tourism, continues to fuel Yukon's economy. Yukon Today. Victoria expects the mine to produce , oz. of gold annually with a mining rate of 33, t/d. The all-in sustaining cost is US$ per oz., making the Eagle project a low cost producer over a projected year life. The feasibility study used a gold price of US$1, per oz.
Yukon - Yukon - The gold rush and territorial status: During the early s, gold discoveries on tributaries of the Yukon River attracted prospectors to the area. Only small amounts of gold had been mined before Aug. 17, , when three prospectors—George Washington Carmack and his two Tagish partners, Skookum Jim Mason and his nephew, known as “Tagish Charlie”—found rich deposits in. On Octo , the Yukon Chamber of Mines launched its Yukon Mineral and Coal Exploration Best Management Practices and Regulatory Guide to equip its members with a range of planning tools and practices that pertain specifically to the regulatory and environmental conditions of the Yukon mining industry.
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OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title, Canada. Dept. of mines. Bureau of economic geology. Geological survey ; Canada. Get this from a library. Mining industry of Yukon, [H S Bostock].
In New York the Yukon-Caribou-British Columbia Gold Mining Company was capitalized at $8,; the Northwest Mining and Trading Company authorized 5, shares at $1 each. Stock issues of $1, and up were commonplace in New York, and there were many other companies capitalized at more modest amounts.
Yukon Mining Information. Economics and industry. Created for distribution by the GeoYukon application as a comprehensive resource for all publicly available Mining information in the Yukon government.
This data may be used directly by other applications to dynamically display Yukon data; however, it may be subject to change as data sets are. Located in the northwest of Canada, on the border with Alaska, Yukon is a mining jurisdiction with world-class mineral deposits where the Klondike Gold Rush occurred.
Why invest in mining in Yukon Accessible by highway to the rest of Canada, and the ports of Skagway, Alaska, and Stewart, BC, Yukon has more than 2, identified mineral. In Yukon, farming (or agriculture) is a smaller but increasingly more important industry in Yukon.
The total amount of land devoted to farming in Yukon is exac hectares (or acres). Fourty percent of the farming land is is cropland. Another twenty percent of this land is being developed for further agricutural usage.
Mining Insider, Mines, Yukon Fireweed intersects 38 meters of % Zinc, % Lead and g/t Silver. Fireweed Zinc is a new public mineral exploration company focused on zinc and managed by a veteran team of mining industry professionals.
The Yukon Mining Alliance is helping to advance the Yukon as a premier destination for mining development. There are multiple companies that have resource projects in the area that are well worth the attention of investors, and the proven resources in the area are growing all the time.
Pages and documents related to mining in Yukon. Mine. Exploration. Mining land use. Placer. Hard rock. Quartz. Mineral Resources Branch.
Canada. Mining and Exploration. The Klondike Gold Rush of put Yukon on the world map. Today, Yukon’s worldclass mineral deposits support a developing mineral industry. Gold mining is still an important economic sector but the focus has shifted to the large undeveloped deposits of lead/zinc, silver, tungsten, iron, molybdenum, nickel, copper and.
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That mining in the Yukon occurs only in places where such activities are ecologically and culturally acceptable. Where mining occurs, it will be based on need for the metal, on sound economics, and it will be done in a way that ensures that perpetual treatment is not necessary.
Yukon Mines Plan of Operations: The following is a support fund for Yukon Mines on an ‘as needed’ basis. Yukon Mines is a non-corporate company of limited party’s and has constituents of several projects and mining holdings of which is as follows: 1.
Five gold and silver claims at Lakeview Mining. Yukon Self-Governing First Nations and Government of Yukon are committed to the long-term responsible management of Yukon’s mineral resources, and to supporting a healthy mining industry that adheres to high environmental and social standards.
We. Few mining districts hold the same kind of mystique as the Yukon’s White Gold district. Even those with little knowledge of the area’s mining history know about the Klondike gold rush and how. NWT the provisions of this legislation apply to all industry, including mining. However, section of the TLA exempted the Yukon mining industry from these regulations.
Legislation specific to the Yukon mining industry was promised within a year. We are still awaiting mining development, production and reclamation regulations, a discussion paper. Reference Books.
The Alaska-Yukon Gold Book: A Roster of the Progressive Men and Women Who Were Argonauts of the Klondike Gold Stampede. Seattle, WA: Sourdough Stampede Association, Inc., Alaska-Yukon Pioneers. Membership Roster. Seattle: Alaska-Yukon. Books shelved as mining: Gray Mountain by John Grisham, Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine, and the Miracle That Set T.
The territory lost its last mining operation in October, but a new owner plans to bring that one back to production by Q4 this year.
Capstone Mining TSX:CS put Minto on care and maintenance as acquisition negotiations faltered, but LSE-listed Pembridge Resources closed the purchase in June. Proven and probable reserves totall tonnes copper,ounces silver.
Whitepapers, E-Books, etc. More Information This statistic shows the exploration and development investments in the mining industry in Canada's Yukon Territory from. The Government of Yukon has provided Yukon Women in Mining with funding for a series of events called Yukon Mining Days, scheduled to take place in communities across the territory.
Working in partnership with the Government of Yukon and The Yukon Mining Alliance, the events are free to the community and focused on highlighting the mining industry opportunities available locally.SinceBookFinder has made it easy to find any book at the best price.
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