Yukon Mining Companies
- Alexco Resource Corp.
- Cabo Drilling Corp.
- Capstone Mining Corp.
- Eagle Plains Resources
Controls over 35 gold, silver, uranium, copper, molybdenum, zinc and rare earth mineral projects in the Yukon, BC and NWT.
- Golden Predator Corp.
- North American Tungsten Corporation Ltd.
- New Pacific Metals Corp.
Operating the Tagish Lake Gold (silver-gold) property at Mount Skukum, south of Whitehorse.
- Overland Resources
- Procon Mining & Tunnelling
- Selwyn Resources Ltd.
- Silvercorp Metals Inc.
- Strategic Metals
The company (formerly Nordac Resources) has extensive holdings in the Yukon, including the Midas Touch gold and Silver Range silver properties.
- True North Gems
Operating the Tsa Da Glisza emerald property in the southeastern Yukon, as well as other projects.
- Victoria Gold Corp.
- Western Copper and Gold
- Yukon Zinc Corp.
Formerly Expatriate Resources, now operating the Wolverine mine between Watson lake and Ross River.
Association for Mineral Exploration BC
Formerly the BC & Yukon Chamber of Mines, providing a great deal of information about the industry, from current projects to supplier lists and regulatory issues.
Concretions: The Other Valuable Mineral
As round as a bowling ball and just as heavy, a concretion is 'the other valuable mineral' found in the Yukon. A feature by Darrell Hookey.
A brief look at what remains of the historic silver mines on Montana Mountain near Carcross.
Geological Framework of the Yukon
A lengthy article with maps describing the geological formation of the Yukon.
Gold Dredges in the North
The historic and current use of dredges in placer gold mining.
Klondike National Historic Sites
Parks Canada information about their 4 Yukon sites.
Hills of Silver: The Yukon's Mighty Keno Hill Mine
This book was written by geologist Dr. Aaro E. Aho (1925-1977), who worked in the Yukon for the Geological Survey of Canada. (
Jean-Pierre (J.P.) Loiselle
Specialist in electromagnetic mineral exploration and regional reconnaissance.
Klondike Gold Rush
Links to the best resources for studying the world's greatest gold rush.
The Nature of Gold: An Environmental History of the Klondike Gold Rush
This book by Kathryn Morse "shows the hard side of mining but also ventures beyond that to examine its larger significance for people and for the world around them."
Placer Deposits of the Yukon
This 1996 report by Willam P. LeBarge examines both the history of placer development and the prospects for new discoveries. In .pdf format.
Based in Whitehorse, this is northern Canada's largest stone supplier, specializing in
custom cut jade, rhodonite, granite and marble.
The Tantalus Butte Coal Mine
An illustrated look at the history and current condition of the Tantalus Butte and 2 other
coal mines near Carmacks.
Yukon Chamber of Mines
Information on mining, including exploration, government policies, education, and events.
Yukon Geology Program
An excellent source of information on current research, exploration and mining development projects.
Yukon Gold Mining
Join Yukon placer gold miner Frank Erl of Mayo in a behind-the-scenes look at modern placer mining.
Yukon Gold Mining Alliance
YGMA is a marketing consortium of Yukon exploration, development and mining companies committed to increasing awareness of its member companies and the Yukon in the capital markets.
Yukon Mine Training Association
YMTA is a partnership between the Yukon mining industry and First Nations, to provide safety and skill training opportunities.
The zipped Minfile mining property database is downloadable by map quadrant.
Yukon Placer Mining 2003
"Environmentally Responsible Practices of Yukon Placer Miners" - a report by Josée Bonhomme.
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