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History

    History in Brief

  • October 2016
    Copper North announced a new Preliminary Economic Assessment indicating favourable project economics.
  • October 2016
    Copper North discovers porphyry copper-gold mineralization on Thor property in northwest British Columbia near the dormant Kemess mine.
  • October 2014
    Copper North engages Beijing General Research Institute Mining and Metallurgy (BGRIMM) and JDS Energy and Mining Inc. to undertake a new feasibility study for Carmacks Project.
  • July 2014
    Acquisition of Thor property in north central British Columbia
  • May 2014
    Announced favourable results of Preliminary Economic Assessment that includes gold and silver recovery
  • March 2014
    Dr. Harlan Meade appointed President and CEO with a mandate to refinance the Company and re-engineer the Carmacks Project (COL)
  • October 2011
    Copper North starts to trade on the TSX Venture Exchange (COL)
  • October 2011
    Copper North is spun off from Western Copper
  • February 2011
    Western Copper starts to trade on the NYSE Amex (WRN-Z)
  • November 2006
    Western Copper acquires Lumina Resources
  • May 2006
    Western Copper starts to trade on the TSX (WRN-T)
  • May 2006
    Western Copper is spun off from Western Silver
  • May 2003
    Western Copper Holdings changes name to Western Silver
  • October 1996
    Western Copper Holdings merges with Thermal Exploration

Copper North Mining Corp. ("Copper North") started trading on October 24, 2011 on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX.V:COL).

COPPER NORTH INCORPORATION


Copper North was formed in October 2011, when Western Copper Corporation spun out both Copper North Mining Corp. and NorthIsle Copper and Gold Inc. On formation, Western Copper issued 46,487,785 shares of Copper North to Western's shareholders. Copper North was formed to advance the exploration and development of the Carmacks Copper and Redstone properties in the Yukon and Northwest Territories, respectively.