A Vancouver native, Charlotte recently graduated from Simon Fraser University, where she majored in English and Humanities. During her time there, SFU’s Writing and Communications program caught her attention, and she began working towards a Certificate in Editing. After completing an editorial internship at Vancouver’s Western Living magazine in the fall of 2010, she knew that she wanted to pursue editing further.
Charlotte started working for the Investing News Network in the spring of 2012 and now specializes in writing about diamonds, precious metals, base metals and graphite. She received her Certificate in Editing in 2013.
Noront announced Monday that it’s entered into an agreement to acquire, among other things, Cliffs subsidiaries Cliffs Chromite Ontario and Cliffs Chromite Far North. All in all, the transaction includes about 103 claims that comprise 100-percent interests in the Black Thor and Black Label chromite deposits, plus a 70-percent interest in the Big Daddy chromite deposit.
KWG Resources Inc. (TSXV:KWG) announced that the US Patent Office’s International Searching Authority has given it an International Search Report regarding its application to patent a new process for reducing chromite using natural gas, a carbon reductant and a catalyst formulation.
CBC News reported that Greg Rickford, Canada’s federal natural resources minister, believes Ontario’s plan for the Ring of Fire has “serious structural problems” and thus he’s cautious about partnering with the province to help develop infrastructure in the area.
Geology for Investors published an overview of Ontario’s Ring of Fire. It looks at the region’s geology and outlines issues with infrastructure, also touching on which companies are currently working there.
Moe Lavigne, vice president of exploration and development at KWG, explains what his company is up to in Ontario’s much-maligned Ring of Fire, also touching on what needs to happen for KWG to see success there.