Bard Ventures Ltd. ("Bard") or (the "Company") is a junior mining and exploration company with mineral interests in British Columbia and Ontario. The Company is publicly listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "CBS".
In British Columbia, Bard holds the option to acquire a Lone Pine molybdenum prospect of 1,051 hectares, located in the Omineca Mining Division 15 km northwest of Houston, B.C., as well as an option to acquire the nearby Grouse Mountain zinc-copper-silver-molybdenum prospect, consisting of 7 claims. The Company also has an option with Selkirk Metals Corp. to earn a 50% interest in the Wasi Creek zinc-lead-silver prospect, located 150 km northwest of Mackenzie, also consisting of 7 claims. In Ontario, Bard holds a 50% interest in the Opikeigen gold prospect located 145 km east of Pickle Lake. The interest is shared 50/50 with Slam Exploration Ltd.
Mining CompanyMolybdenum, Zinc, Copper, Silver, Gold, Rhenium
Bard Ventures Proclaims Phase I Initial Exploration Results from Lone Pine Property
Bard Ventures Commences Drilling Program at Lone Pine Property
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