Mining Weekly reported that Copper Fox Metals has announced positive feasibility study results for the Schaft Creek project in B.C., and says that the project is viable and that there is room for expansion.

As quoted in the market report:

The study, which built on four years of metallurgical and geotechnical work, provides for an openpit mining operation that would process 130 000 t/d over a 21-year mine life, producing and estimated 4.88-billion pounds of copper, 4.21-million ounces of gold, 25.1-million ounces of silver and 214.92-million pounds of molybdenum.

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