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Temex Resources Corp., a mineral exploration company, is focused on the acquisition and exploration of precious metals properties in Canada. It explores for gold and silver deposits. The company’s principal property includes the Whitney gold project located in the Timmins Gold Camp, northeastern Ontario. Temex Resources Corp. is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

temex resources corp (TME) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President, Director ...
Total Annual Compensation: C$205.0K
Vice President of Exploration and Corporate S...
Total Annual Compensation: C$170.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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Temex Resources Corp. Receives Excellent Metallurgical Testwork Results from the Whitney Gold Project in Timmins, Ontario

Temex Resources Corp. announce that it has received excellent metallurgical testwork results from the Whitney Gold Project in Timmins, Ontario. The historic and prolific Hallnor mine, the centerpiece of the Whitney Project, was the high grade gold producer in the Timmins camp, having produced 1.7 M ounces of gold at 0.40 ounces (12.4 g) gold per tonne. Current NI 43-101 measured and indicated resources of the Whitney Property total 708,600 ounces contained in 3,219,000 tonnes grading 6.85 g/t gold and inferred resources of 170,700 ounces contained in 995,000 tonnes grading 5.34 g/t gold, at a cut-off grade of 3.0 g/t gold. Overall recoveries of 98% and 96% at head grade of 6.59 g/t gold were achieved from grind sizes of a P80=73 m at the finest size and at P80=149 m at the coarsest size respectively from conventional gravity concentration followed by high intensity cyanidation of gravity concentrate and cyanidation of gravity tailings by carbon-in-pulp (CIP) recovery methods. Activated carbon leach tests demonstrated that no deleterious elements in the feed were present to compete with gold extraction. Very high gravity separation was achieved, with rates between 51% and 66% depending on the weight recovered. Intensive cyanidation of concentrate (both gravity and flotation) resulted in high levels of extraction of 99% and 97% respectively; the cyanide leach reagent consumption was low. Conventional froth flotation on gravity tailings was also tested as a comparable alternative to CIP/CIL extraction. Combined with gravity recovery, overall gold recoveries were as high as 96% before cyanidation and 95% subsequent to cyanidation. Modified ABA (acid/base accounting) testing clearly identified CND (cyanide destruction) tailings as non-acid generating (NAG) with most of the neutralization potential related to fast-reacting carbonate mineralization. NAG testing confirmed the results of the ABA test, also clearly identifying the CND tailings as non-acid forming. Testwork results suggest that gravity separation followed by cyanidation/CIP of gravity tailings may be the optimum flowsheet. Additional testing could improve efficiencies and reduce milling costs.

Temex Resources Corp. Presents at Prospectors & Developers Association Conference 2015, Mar-02-2015 11:00 AM

Temex Resources Corp. Presents at Prospectors & Developers Association Conference 2015, Mar-02-2015 11:00 AM. Venue: Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Speakers: Ian J. Campbell, Chief Executive Officer, President, Director and Chairman of Health & Safety Committee.

Temex Resources Corp. Announces Resignation of Gregory Gibson as Director

Temex Resources Corp. announced that Mr. Gregory Gibson has resigned as a Director of the Board of Directors of the Corporation so that he may focus his efforts on his duties as CEO and a Director of San Gold Corporation, President, CEO and Director of Kerr Mines and as a director other exploration companies.

 

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