True North Gems is a public junior exploration company dedicated to the exploration and development of coloured gemstone deposits in North America. Currently True North Gems’ assets include rubies in Greenland, sapphires on Baffin Island (Nunavut), and emeralds in the Yukon.
True North is currently focused on the Fiskenaesset Ruby Project in Greenland. Work on the project began in 2004, and our primary occurrence, Aappaluttoq, was discovered in 2005. Bulk sampling and diamond drilling have been completed on the property, and True North is currently engaged in the permitting process to develop Aappaluttoq into a ruby mine.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerGemstone
True North Gems Procures Gemstone Processing Plant for Aappaluttoq Ruby and Pink Sapphire Mine
True North Gems Begins Concrete Pour at Aappaluttoq Ruby Project Processing Plant
True North Gems Enters Share Purchase Agreement for Transitioning Aappaluttoq Ruby Project into Production Phase
True North Files Independent NI 43-101 Compliant Technical Report on Aappaluttoq Ruby and Pink Sapphire Project
TetraTech EBA to Update Pre-Feasibility Study for Aappaluttoq Ruby and Pink Sapphire Project
True North Reports Excellent Progress in Construction at Aappaluttoq Ruby Mine
True North Provides Update on Aappaluttoq Ruby and Pink Sapphire Project
Construction to Commence at Aappaluttoq Ruby and Pink Sapphire Project in SW Greenland
Greenland Government Approves True North’s Ruby and Pink Sapphire Mining Project
True North Enters Agreements with LNS Greenland for Aappaluttoq Mine
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