Bold Ventures Inc. (BOL: TSX.V) is a mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition and development of highly prospective projects within Canada, United States, and Europe.
The Company's main emphasis is on a Nickel-Copper-PGE exploration property located in the McFaulds Lake area 'Ring of Fire' and a filing of certain Potash applications within the State of Utah. In addition, Bold continues to actively investigate additional opportunities in the 'Ring of Fire' area and other areas of Americas.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerNickel, Copper, Gold, Silver, Platinum
Bold Ventures Provides Update on Progress at Lac Surprise in West Central Quebec
Bold Ventures and KWG Resources Report Completion of 5000m Drilling Program
Bold Mobilizes Three Drills to Koper Lake Project and Adopts Shareholder Rights Plan
Bold Reports Geological Data on Joutel and Lac Agisko Gold Projects
Bold Completes Lac Blondel and Lac Grasset Gold, Base Metal Geological Data Report
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