February 08, 2012Red Elephant NI 43-101 Technical Report
November 30, 2011Assessment Report on the Red Elephant Property
GMR News and Reports
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Press Release - January 06, 2020
Private Mining Company FOR SALE with 40 Grams Per Tonne Gold and 95 Ounces Per Tonne Silver
Press Release December 09, 2019
Two Gold Mines Available
Press Release - November 21, 2019
World-Class Gold Mines Seeking Collective Merger or Acquisition for Cash and Stock
Press Release - November 05, 2019
Precious Metals Private Mining Company With Over 40 G/T Gold & 43-101 Is Seeking Merger Or Acquisition For Cash & Stock
Press Release - October 02, 2013
GMR Receives Acme Laboratory Results Averaging 22.6 Grams per Tonne Gold for Rock
Samples Recovered from Red Elephant Property
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GMR Global Mineral Resources Corp., is a private late-stage gold and silver mining and exploration company with 100% whole ownership (without royalty obligations) of 11 mineral mining claims, each with reported past-producing high-grade gold mines including the "Red Elephant" and the "Enterprise". The company is conducting exploration and drilling programs on its properties to convert historical estimates into mineral resources to determine potential economic viability.
Mines Act Permit Number: MX-5-90
Approval # 12-0500090-0830
Property: Red Elephant
CanadaWith its proven and experienced management team, geological expertise, local knowledge and integration in the resource rich country of Canada, GMR Global Mineral Resources Corp. is commercializing gold and silver bearing mineral claims that had been active mines in the past but were not fully exploited.
Canada is the world's largest exporter of minerals and metals. Canada's mining sector is considered a pillar of the economy and a way of life for Canadians. Canada is the leading producer and exporter of potash (world's largest and richest reserves), the leading supplier of uranium, the second-largest producer of asbestos (possibly the largest deposits) and sulfur (17% of world output and 38% of world trade), the third-largest in titanium, platinum-group metals (PGMs) and mine zinc, fourth in aluminum (from imported oxide), fifth in copper, lead, silver, and gold, and among the leading producers of nickel, salt, and nitrogen in ammonia.