Abitibi Lake

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 (ăb′ĭ-tĭb′ē), Lake
A lake of eastern Ontario and southwest Quebec, Canada. It is the source of the Abitibi River, which flows about 550 km (340 mi) west and north to an arm of James Bay.
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Gold Project located on the south shore of Lake Abitibi in the Larder Lake Mining Division.
Solid Gold Resources is suing the Ontario government for $100 million in damages stemming from a consultation flare-up involving the province and a northeastern Ontario First Nation community over an exploration project near Lake Abitibi.
Stretch referred to First Nations as "hostile third-party governments," frustrations stemming, in part, from being blocked from gold exploration near Lake Abitibi due to an injunction filed by Wahgoshig First Nation.
The company has been embroiled in a legal fight, led by Stretch, to resume exploration drilling on a Lake Abitibi gold property in northeastern Ontario.
He has been fighting to resume exploration on his Lake Abitibi area property after an Ontario Superior Court upheld an injunction by nearby Wahgoshig First Nation to cease exploration early this year.
Like the ranting fictional TV anchorman, emotion can get the better of the president of Solid Gold Resources when he discusses the exploration standstill at his Lake Abitibi gold play in northeastern Ontario.
junior miner has come out swinging against an Ontario Superior Court ruling that temporarily halted exploration at its controversial Legacy project near Lake Abitibi in northeastern Ontario.
In 1968, the Geological Survey of Canada began reconnaissance work in the area between Lake Abitibi and Englehart sampling many of the glacial eskers (ridges of gravels left behind by glacial runoff) in the area.
Sponsored by the Lake Abitibi Model Forest and the Canadian Institute of Forestry (CIF), the conference will be held in conjunction with the CIF Annual General Meeting.
The yet-to-be-constructed centre's board of directors includes industry representation from Tembec, Ontario Power Generation, Falconbridge and the Lake Abitibi Model Forest.