Messina Minerals Inc. (MMI: TSX Venture Exchange) is a Canadian zinc and lead exploration company based in Vancouver, Canada and focussed on the prolific zinc-lead region of Atlantic Canada. Messina has outlined an estimated 2.4 million tonnes of Zinc-lead-copper-silver-gold N143-101 compliant mineral resources within our Newfoundland properties.
This estimate includes approximately 312 million lbs zinc, 133 million lbs lead, 21 million lbs copper, 7 million oz silver, and 93,000 oz gold. An additional historical resource of approximately 1 million tonnes of 14% combined zinc-copper-lead base metals located within 15km is also economically interesting.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerCopper, Aluminum, lead, nickel, tin, zinc
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