Rambler Receives Construction Approval for Canadian Mine

15 March 2011 (Last Updated March 15th, 2011 18:30)

UK-based Rambler Metals and Mining has received the final construction approval for its Ming copper-gold mine in Canada from the provincial government. With final construction approval for the copper concentrator and office dry facility, the firm will enter into full predevelopment of

UK-based Rambler Metals and Mining has received the final construction approval for its Ming copper-gold mine in Canada from the provincial government.

With final construction approval for the copper concentrator and office dry facility, the firm will enter into full predevelopment of the mine.

Rambler Metals and Mining President and CEO George Ogilvie said with the approval, Ming Mine will commence its production this year.

Rambler has received feedback on the development plan for the Nugget Pond Crown Pillar that was submitted to the Department of Natural Resources.

The project is expected to begin next month and will take 45-60 days to complete.