Alexandria Minerals is a junior gold company focused on acquiring, exploring and developing high-potential properties in geologically favourable and politically stable areas of the world. We are intent on developing one or more of three gold projects on its Cadillac Break property group. To-date the company has identified 550,000 ounces of gold resources on two of the three projects, Orenada and Sleepy, and is working to enlarge the third, Akasaba.
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Drilling to Re-Commence on Alexandria’s Triangle Too Targets in Val d'Or, Quebec
Alexandria Minerals Provides Summary of Activities and Update of Future Plans
Alexandria Provides Update on Drilling at Cadillac Break Property in Val d'Or, Quebec
Alexandria Provides Exploration Update on Cadillac Break Property
Alexandria Provides Update on Ongoing Drill Program on Akasaba, Orenada, Ducros and Oramaque Projects
Alexandria Provides Drill Program Update on Cadillac Break Property
Alexandria Minerals Announces Preliminary Results from Down-Hole IP Survey on Akasaba Property
Alexandria Minerals Identifies 7 Anomalous Trends on Akasaba and Valdora Properties
Alexandria Minerals Reports Winter 2012-2013 Drilling Results from Sleepy Project
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