Cadillac is a development-focused exploration Company based in Toronto Ontario with active exploration projects on the Iberian Pyrite Belt in Spain, a past-producing property near Pickle Lake in Northern Ontario and two other Canadian exploration projects, located in regions that have been historically active.
Former owners of the Thierry project in Northern Ontario have mined and processed 5.8 million tons of ore producing 480.1 million lbs. of copper between 1976 and 1982, making it one of the major copper producers in Canada. In its last year of production the focus of production was expanded to include nickel, platinum, palladium and Gold.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerCopper, nickel, platinum, palladium, gold
Cadillac Provides Drilling Program Update on Burnt Hill Project
Cadillac Reports Scoping Level Flotation Test Work Results from K1-1 Deposit at Thierry Project
Cadillac Ventures Starts Exploring Potential of Kirkland Lake Property
Cadillac Resumes Exploration on Burnt Hill Property
Cadillac Ventures Reports Drilling Results from K1-1 Deposit at Thierry Project
Cadillac Ventures Announces Initial Assay Results from Thierry Mine Project
Cadillac Ventures Reports Assay Results from Thierry Mine Project
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