Cavan Ventures Inc. is a Vancouver based, TSX Venture-listed junior mining company with acquisitions in British Columbia, Canada.
The Company's vision is to become a globally diversified resources company with strong focuses in gold, silver, iron ore and copper. It strives to become a mid-tier producer through the acquisition of mines producing iron ore and copper mineral resources in China, and continues in development of its gold projects in B.C., Canada.
Mining CompanyGold, Silver, Iron ore, Copper
Cavan Granted Permit for Diamond Drilling Program at Tetepiska-West Graphite Project
Cavan Receives New Grades Calculation from Buckingham Graphite Property Assay Results
Cavan Reports Exceptional Assays for Graphite-Rich Zones on Buckingham Property
Graphite-Rich Zones Exposed in Trenches at Cavan’s Buckingham Graphite Property
Cavan Announces Acquisition of Tetepiska Graphite Property
Cavan Plans to Explore for Diamonds on Mineral Claims in Saskatchewan
Cavan Identifies Significantly Long EM Conductors at Quebec Buckingham Graphite Property
Cavan Ventures Begins Prospecting and Exploration Work Program on Quebec Graphite Properties
Cavan Increases Number of Claims Covering Pythonga Lake Rare Earth Element Project
Cavan Granted Option to Acquire Four Prospective New Mining Properties in Quebec
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