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Fall 2017

Kivalliq Energy revives significant Baffin Gold Project
Kivalliq Energy (TSX-V: KIV) is reviving a significant gold project in central Baffin Island after it has lain dormant for several years. On May 8, Kivalliq announced the acquisition of a dominant land position in one of the largest undeveloped greenstone-iron formation gold belts in Nunavut, totalling 408,981.6 hectares and covering 160 km. of the Foxe Fold Belt on central Baffin Island. The deal comprises a Mineral Exploration Agreement (MEA) with Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. (NTI); the acquisition of 15 prospecting permits; and a transaction with Commander Resources Ltd.

The property is comprised of consolidated mineral tenure located approximately 230 km. southwest of the community of Clyde River on Baffin Island, in the Qikiqtani region of Nunavut. This property comprises 15 prospecting permits, six crown mineral claims, and three Inuit-owned land parcels subject to MEAs with NTI.

(Source: NWT & Nunavut Chamber of Mines)


Fall 2017 News:
• Official opening of Nunavut’s Doris Gold Mine
• FPAC welcomes Low Carbon Economy Fund
• Bradshaw Gold Deposit news
• KIA and Agnico Eagle sign IIBA
• Kivalliq Energy revives significant Baffin Gold Project
• First Cobalt gets rights to contiguous property at Keeley-Frontier 
• Goldcorp acquires Exeter

• Forests Ontario commends province for tree planting program funding
• Forest sector applauds CCFM forest bioeconomy framework


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