Mountain Lake is a Canadian based junior resource company with offices in Halifax, Nova Scotia and Vancouver, British Columbia. The Company offers exposure to gold and base metals through both early-stage and advanced exploration projects in Newfoundland; and diamonds through a minority interest in an alluvial diamond operation in the Ventersdorp District of South Africa. While the Company's focus will continue to be the advancement of the Valentine Lake gold project, management is actively evaluating new exploration and development opportunities to further diversify Mountain Lake's project portfolio.
Mining Companygold, copper, Aluminum, lead, nickel, tin, zinc
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