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Ontario sets timeframe for road construction into Ring of Fire mining camp

By: Henry Lazenby     23rd August 2017 Following years of complex negotiations and several delays, the Ontario provincial government on Monday made the historic announcement that it would support and fund road proposals that will connect Northern Ontario’s far-flung First Nation communities and provide industrial road access to the... 

KWG and Chinese engineering group move ahead with RoF rail feasibility study

By: Henry Lazenby     23rd August 2016 Junior exploration firm KWG Resources has appointed a China-based consulting engineering group to undertake a conditional bankable feasibility study (BFS) on a proposed railroad from the mineral properties in Ontario's Ring of Fire (RoF), to a junction with the CN Railroad at Exton, Ontario. KWG... 

KWG on track to secure N American patents for novel chromite reduction process

By: Henry Lazenby     8th January 2015 Chromite explorer KWG Resources has received an international search report confirming that the company’s application to patent a new process for the direct reduction of chromite using natural gas, a carbon reductant and a catalyst formulation, is original. The search report from the US Patent... 

Noront appeals Ontario Mining Recorder ruling

By: Henry Lazenby     24th July 2014 Noront Resources, the proponent of what could possibly be one of the first projects to get off the ground in Ontario’s prospective Ring of Fire mining district, has launched an appeal to the province’s Mining and Lands Commissioner to set aside the finding of the Provincial Mining Recorder that... 

KWG Resources beats Noront to staking claims in Ring of Fire

By: Henry Lazenby     27th June 2014 Ring of Fire-focused explorer KWG Resources on Friday said it had beaten rival Noront Resources to staking two claims in the area. KWG said the Provincial Mining Recorder for Ontario on Tuesday confirmed that the company was the first to stake two 16-unit claim blocks after they "came open" on... 

KWG disappointed in rail delays, reaffirms support for union’s ‘New Deal’

By: Henry Lazenby     16th September 2013 Chromite mining hopeful KWG Resources on Monday expressed its disappointment in the near three-year delay of a planned railway into the Ring of Fire and reaffirmed its belief that a 300 km rail track would open up the region for mining. After staking the right-of-way claims and conducting... 


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