“Mining the Shuswap” by Jim Cooperman

Jim’s latest post at his Shuswap Passion blog is another good read. Check out Jim’s full article at http://shuswappassion.ca/shuswap/mining-the-shuswap/

With all the attention currently in British Columbia directed to mining, one might wonder if there will be renewed interest in mineral exploration here in the Shuswap. Up until now, the Shuswap has mostly been considered an area lacking in significant mineralization and certainly there has only been a few successful mining operations to date, including the Samatosum Mine near Adams Lake as described in the previous column and the gypsum mine above Falkland. However, there has been no shortage of mining projects and many of these ventures provide some intriguing stories.

Author: Tim Lavery

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