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Ring of Fire’s largest claim holder inks First Nation cooperation agreement – TimminsToday

by ahnationtalk on March 2, 202112 Views

Juno Corp. signs memorandum of understanding with Webequie First Nation

A prominent junior mining company in the Ring of Fire, not named Noront Resources, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Webequie First Nation, the closest community to the Far North exploration camp.

Privately-held and low-key Juno Corp. inked the MoU in the Far North community on Feb. 24 between Chief Cornelius Wabasse and company president-COO Jacob McKinnon.

Backed by legendary junior mining financier Rob Cudney and Northfield Capital, the under-the-radar Toronto exploration outfit bills itself as the largest claim holder in the Ring of Fire with a land position covering 1,300 square kilometres.

Read More: https://www.timminstoday.com/local-business/ring-of-fires-largest-claim-holder-inks-first-nation-cooperation-agreement-3467257

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