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- Wed Feb 24, 2016 - Ontario Superior Court of Justice Rules in Favour of Ontario Graphite Ltd. v. Great Lakes Graphite Inc. in Unlawful Competition Case
- Thu Sep 19, 2013 - New Study Shows Increased Mineral Resources at Ontario Graphite's Kearney Mine
KEARNEY, Ontario (September 19, 2013) - Today Ontario Graphite announced that an NI 43-101 compliant Mineral Resource Estimate, conducted in August 2013, shows higher Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resources at the Kearney Graphite Mine, nearly doubling the previously estimated Indicated Resources.
The revised estimate indicates a mineral inventory on the Kearney Mine property of 51.5 million tonnes of Indicated Mineral Resources at an average grade of 2.14 per cent carbon graphite (Cg), plus an
- Tue May 14, 2013 - Kearney mine gets the go-ahead to reopen
May 14, 2013 - Electric car and fears of capped exports by Chinese mines have brought new life into the \'biggest little town\' of Kearney, Ontario. On Monday, Ontario Graphite Inc. announced it has final approval to re-commission the Kearney graphite mine, on the western edge of Algonquin Park, which could be up and running by November.
\'Everyone's excited about the growth of the battery industry and specifically, electric vehicles,\' said Simon Moores, graphite industry expert and manager at
- Tue May 14, 2013 - Ontario Graphite receives go-ahead for Kearney Mine
May 14, 2013 - Ontario Graphite Ltd said today that it has received final clearance from the Ontario Ministry of the Environment for the re-commissioning of the Kearney graphite mine in Ontario, Canada.
The approval means that the privately-owned company is now fully permitted to begin operation at the Kearney mine, which has a measured and indicated resource of 43.5m tonnes graphite grading at 2.34% C, on average.
- Mon May 13, 2013 - Ontario Graphite Receives Approval To Begin Operation At Kearney Mine
Ontario Graphite Ltd. today announced that the Ontario Ministry of the Environment has approved all final operating permits for the re-commissioning of the Kearney Graphite Mine, located in Kearney, Ontario, Canada. The company is now fully permitted and has all required approvals from the Ontario government to begin operation at the mine.
- Wed Mar 7, 2012 - Graphite open-pit mine to reopen near Huntsville
March 7, 2012 - China's decision to cut its graphite exports has breathed new life into a mine northeast of Huntsville, near the border of Algonquin Park, that was closed almost 18 years ago. It is an economically depressed area where the up to 80 jobs created at the small open-pit mine operation will be a welcome addition.
- Tue Mar 6, 2012 - Ontario Graphite gets approval for mine closure plan
March 6, 2012 - Canadian developer Ontario Graphite Ltd. has received approval from the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) for the closure plan submitted for the company's Kearney Mine project, located about 300km north of Toronto.
- Mon Mar 5, 2012 - Ontario Graphite Receives Important Approval of Kearney Mine Closure Plan
Ontario Graphite Limited today announced that the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) approved the Closure Plan submitted for the company's Kearney Mine project. This approval marks a significant milestone for the company and for the Kearney Mine -- the largest confirmed graphite mineral resource prospect in North America -- to begin production as planned in the third quarter of 2012.
- Thu Mar 1, 2012 - Canadian Commitment
March 2012 - Originally established in 1989, the Kearney mine was operated by Cal Graphite Corp. for five years until its closure in 1994, owing to under-utilisation and falling global graphite prices. In 2006 the project was acquired by Ontario Graphite (formerly iCarbon Canada) with the aim of reactivating the site. IM spoke to president and CFO, Tom Myatt.