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British Columbia experienced a gold rush in the 19th century and there are still numerous gold companies there today.

British Columbia is about three times the size of Germany. In 1858, the Fraser Canyon gold rush began. When the first gold was found at the confluence of the Thompson River and the Nicoamen River, gold seekers came in droves. The colony of British Columbia was established. Today, Barkerwille, where a historic replica of a gold rush town beckons, can be visited. After the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush came the Klondike Gold Rush and the Cariboo Gold Rush in British Columbia. The main town there was Barkerville. At that time Barkerville became the largest town north of San Francisco and it was named after the most successful gold prospector Billy Barker. Today Barkerville is a tourist attraction.

And Canada, in particular British Columbia still stands for gold production. The largest gold mines are located in Quebec, Nunavut and Ontario. The fifth largest mine is in British Columbia. The renowned Fraser Institute annually examines the mining friendliness of countries. In terms of mineral potential, British Columbia ranks tenth out of 77 mining jurisdictions. When mineral potential and policies are combined, British Columbia ranks 17th, according to the Fraser Institute. A better investment policy could still ensure a better ranking. Nevertheless, British Columbia is a rewarding place for gold companies.

For Ximen Mining – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iAFsCRWMf3w -, for example. The land around its flagship project, the Kenville Mine, has been expanded several times. Otherwise, the company is trying to become a major gold producer with acquisitions and exploration efforts.

CanaGold – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hySy_ddpBlI – is undertaking drilling at its New Polaris gold project in northwestern British Columbia. Recent drilling, for example, returned just over 20 grams of gold per ton of rock. Previously, gold was produced there with an average grade of about ten grams of gold per ton of rock.

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