Nunavut Greenlights White Cliff’s Copper Project Nunavut Greenlights White Cliff’s Copper Project

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After a decade-long consultation process culminating in September of last year, White Cliff has finally received approval to proceed with its copper project in Nunavut, Canada.

The project is built upon the foundations laid by past explorations, both public and private, which have identified numerous occurrences of copper and silver mineralization, as well as non-Joint Ore Reserve Committee-compliant mineral estimates along a structural trend spanning over 100 kilometers.

White Cliff’s future exploration campaigns for the Coppermine project will be tightly intertwined with its operations in the recently-acquired Radium Point uranium project in Canada’s Northwest Territories. This acquisition significantly bolsters the company’s Canadian holdings, adding an extensive 3300 square kilometers encompassing several historical mining operations.

For initial logistical operations, the Australian company will establish its hub in Kugluktuk, a small town northeast of the Coppermine project area, accessible by both air and sea routes.


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