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MANITOBA MINERAL DEVELOPMENT FUND SUPPORTS 11 MINERAL DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN NORTHERN MANITOBA – – – Managed by Manitoba Chambers of Commerce, Fund has Leveraged Investments of more than $61 Million To facilitate economic growth, job creation and strong communities in northern Manitoba, the Manitoba government is providing $2.1 million to 11 mineral development projects through
MMDF is contributing $150,000 to the City of Flin Flon to address the challenges of the mining closure of Hudbay Minerals 777 mine in Flin Flon. The city is developing a 50-year community plan, campground area master plan, and wayfinding signage as part of their economic development strategy to diversify their community. Efforts are being
MMDF is contributing $69,700 towards Phase one of Community Futures Manitoba and Food and Beverage Manitoba’s project to establish food innovation hubs throughout Manitoba. This project would focus specifically on northern Manitoba and involve the completion of an environmental scan and community consultations.
MMDF is contributing $22,500 to The Pas Community Development Corporation (CDC) for Phase one of their Clearwater Campground Project. Phase one involves the completion of a master plan and business plan for the campground. This project is supported by the Opaskwayak Cree Nation.
MMDF is providing $157,500 to Snow Lake Resources to advance their drilling program and determine whether their project property contains proven or probable mineral reserves. Snow Lake Resources is focused on the development of its 100 per cent owned Snow Lake Lithium property in the mining center of Snow Lake. Its primary asset is the
MMDF is providing $225,000 to Rockcliff Metals to advance their high-grade copper-zinc resource base through expansion and growth of their advanced stage deposits in the Snow Lake area. This project adds to the local capacity which is being supported by the other exploration activities in the area. The relationship building with the local First Nation’s
MMDF is providing $56,250 to Exiro Minerals to explore new metals discovery in Manitoba through researching paper documents for rock types, minerals, and geochemistry that were previously unassayed. The project requires a sematic search of scanned paper data, and field follow-up. Exiro Minerals announced the results of a successful Phase one exploration program south of
MMDF is providing $500,000 to Callinex Mines for a drilling program at the Pine Bay location, 16 km from Flin Flon. Phase one of the campaign is budgeted for up to 10,000 meters of drilling that will focus on testing their Rainbow and Alchemist deposits. The completion of their drilling and exploration campaign is expected
MMDF is providing $300,000 to Alamos Gold for a phase two of their exploration project in Lynn Lake. The exploration activities include approximately 8,000 metres of drilling, a summer field program consisting of geological mapping and rock sampling, and work on a modern drill core storage facility at the Maclellan site. This follows the completion