Canadian Extractives Abroad

Profiles of Canadian Mining Companies in Africa

PWYP-Canada has created portfolios on Canadian mining companies with operations in Africa ranging from the exploration to the production level. The portfolios contain some of the most useful information that the companies have disclosed, either through securities disclosure documents or voluntary reporting. They provide readers with a more easily accessible source of information that can enable them to better understanding the Canadian mining companies operating in their countries, while at the same time increasing their awareness of the type of information that can be found in Canadian securities disclosure documents. PWYP-Canada will strive to modify these portfolios on a regular basis to reflect new and important information.

Advanced Gold Corporation – Kenya

Posted: April 2012

African Minerals Limited – Sierra Leone

Posted: April 2012

Anvil Mining – Democratic Republic of the Congo

Posted: April 2012

*Note that Anvil Mining has since been acquired by Minmetals Resources Limited

Banro Corporation – Twangiza Project, DRC

Posted: April 2012

Barrick Gold – Bulyanhulu Project, Tanzania

Posted: April 2012

Barrick Gold – Buzwagi Project, Tanzania

Posted: April 2012

Barrick Gold – Tuluwaka Project, Tanzania

Posted: April 2012

First Quantum Minerals – Mauritania

Posted: April 2012

First Quantum Minerals - Zambia

Posted: April 2012

Geovic Mining Corp – Cameroon

Posted: April 2012

IAMGold – Burkina Faso

Posted: April 2012

IBI Corporation - Uganda

Posted: July 2012

La Mancha Resources Inc - Sudan

Posted: July 2012

New Dawn Mining Corporation (Casmyn) - Zimbabwe

Posted: July 2012

New Dawn Mining Corporation (Central African Gold Limited) - Zimbabwe

Posted: July 2012

Rockwell Diamonds - Holpan and Klipdam Properties, South Africa

Posted: July 2012

Sherritt International - Ambatovy Project, Madagascar

Posted: July 2012

Teranga Gold - Sabodola Project, Senegal

Posted: July 2012

TVI Pacific Inc. - Canatuan Project, Philippines

Posted: July 2012

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