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Red Lake District
| ||Red Lake District|
The Red Lake gold mining camp, one of the most important gold producing regions of North America, was discovered in 1926 and the first production was achieved in 1930. Gold production has proceeded continually but significantly only since 1948, when the Campbell Red Lake and Dickenson (Red Lake) Mines were developed. Historically 24,248,231 ounces of gold at an average grade of 0.45 oz/ton gold have been produced. Combined, the Campbell Red Lake and Red Lake Mines contain or have produced 22 million ounces of gold at 0.66 oz/ton.
DiaMine Explorations Inc. has negotiated an option to earn a 100% interest in a contiguous group of 8 mineral claims totaling 94 claim units, or 3,760 acres, in Byshe Township in the south central part of the Red Lake Mining District. more
| ||Pickle Lake Property|
The Pickle Lake area is a historical gold camp that has seen approximately 2.5 million ounces of gold production from three separate mines over a 60 year period beginning in 1934.
DiaMine Explorations Inc. currently owns 7 mining claims totaling 78 claim units in the Pickle Lake region of Northwestern Ontario.
The claims area totals 1,248 hectares, or 3,084 acres, and is in close proximity to the red lake gold camp, which is one of the most important gold camps in North America. more
| ||Belanger Property|
The Red Lake Gold Mine is composed of two operating complexes: the Red Lake Complex and the Campbell Complex. Red Lake Gold mine is Canada’s largest gold mine, and in 2009 produced 623,000 ounces at a cash cost of $288/oz.
DiaMine Explorations Inc. has the rights to 7 mining claims totaling 52 claim units in the Belanger region of the Red Lake District of Ontario.
The claims area totals 832 hectares, or 2,055 acres and is in close proximity to the red lake gold camp.
The property is tied onto a 2.2 million ton copper/zinc deposit and has occurrences of both gold (0.75 oz/t) and copper (5%), as well as significant geophysical targets. more
DIAMINE EXPLORATIONS INC.
GOLD OPTION PROPERTIES
NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO more
DiaMine Explorations Inc. Is Pleased to Announce The Results of the Pickle Lake and Byshe Township Ground Work In 2011 more
DiaMine is Pleased to Announce Further Prospecting On Pickle Lake Property more
DiaMine is Pleased to Announce Summer Drill Program On Byshe Township Gold Claims more
DiaMine is Pleased to Announce a Line Cutting Program on its Byshe Township Gold Options more
DiaMine is Pleased to Announce the Acquisition of Three New Claim Units in the Byshe Township more