NWM Mining Corporation engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties in Mexico. The company also engages in the commercialization of a gold recovery plant located in Mexico. The company explores for gold, silver, and copper properties. The company carries out its exploration activities through its subsidiary Minera Columbia de Mexico S.A. de C.V. Lluvia - Jojoba Project The Lluvia de Oro property is a past-producing gold mine and La Jojoba is an advanced stage exploration project located 13 km and 16 km northwest of Magdalena de Kino, Sonora Mexico. The company controls all mining, surface, and water rights and the assets of the Lluvia de Oro property under a purchase agreement with Tara Gold Resources Corp. Lluvia de Oro property The four mineral concessions, comprising 589 hectares, are under option agreement by the company to acquire from Tara Gold Resources Corp. and its Mexican subsidiary. La Jojoba property La Jojoba Gold Project, 100% owned by the company, comprises four concessions (529 hectares). The property is located within the northern Sonora gold belt, which includes various gold deposits, such as La Choya, Quitovac, La Herradura, and El Chanate. The La Jojoba property is approximately 4 kilometers west of the company’s Lluvia de Oro Mine and its gold extraction plant. PII Colorado The PII Colorado property, 100% owned by the company, is located in the state of Sonora, Mexico. Sierra Pinta The company owns Sierra Pinta property. History NWM Mining Corporation was incorporated in 1949. The company was formerly known as Columbia Metals Corporation Limited and changed its name to NWM Mining Corporation in June 2008.
nwm mining corp (NWM:Venture)
402 – 121 Richmond Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 2K1
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