Funding required: $7M to $11M 30,000 m to 40,000 m drill program
Expand resources at Corner Bay (20,000 m) and Cedar Bay (7,200 m) via controlled step-out drilling. Repeat success of the first drilling campaign.
Evaluate drilling of current deposits along structure and at depth.
7,000 m exploration. Lac Doré area MegaTEM Geophysics follow-up and drill priority targets.
Follow-up on regional structural concepts in Chibougamau area.
Start with Corner Bay and Cedar Bay.
Evaluate incorporation of Copper Rand and Devlin during LOM.
Determine mill refurbishment cost and permitting requirements.
Environmental baseline studies for Corner Bay, Cedar Bay
Doré Copper acquires 100% of CBAY
$5.02 million financing completed.
RTO completed and listing on the TSXV as Doré Copper Mining Corp. DCMC.V.
43-101 report for Corner Bay and Cedar Bay issued
Doré Copper Mining signs option agreement for CBAY Minerals.
CBAY Minerals formed
Owned 50-50 by Ocean Partners and Nuinsco.
Campbell Resources stops operations and enters CCAA during financial crisis.
MSV Resources and Campbell Mines merge
Quebec assets sold to MSV Resources
Westminer (Western Mining, now BHP) sells Quebec assets to MSV Resources.
Westminer (Western Mining, now BHP) acquires Northgate Mines
Rio Algom Inc. discovers the main vein Corner Bay deposit.
Patino Mines acquired by Northgate Mines
Devlin Deposit discovered by RioCanex
Cedar Bay starts as CamChib (Campbell) Mines Ore to principal mill
Copper Rand mill commences as Patino Mining Copper Rand and Portage ore
Town of Chibougamau established
First modern identification of Cedar Bay mineralization
First modern identification of Copper Rand mineralization
First modern identification of mineralization at Pointe Copper (Portage Mine)
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