• Golden Dawn Properties

Through a series of strategic acquisitions
of 3 precious metal mines along with a state of the art mill,
Golden Dawn Minerals has quickly positioned itself as a near term gold producer
and one of the largest land owners in the prolific Greenwood mining camp
in southern British Columbia.

GOM to Acquire Major Land Package

Golden Dawn to acquire a 10,400 hectare property (Kettle River claims) adjacent to its Golden Crown property. Property contains the past producing Phoenix mine (+1M oz gold) and over 20 smaller past producing mines. Read More….

Drill Results From May Mac Mine

Golden Dawn releases more underground drill results at its May Mac precious metals mine.
see news release for story…..

May Mac Mine

Drilling in Progress
Underground drilling is set to resume after a holiday break. Company plans to extend the #7 adit with a view of extracting a mineralized bulk sample for processing at its Greenwood Mill. Surface drilling is expected to resume in March with the snow melt.

Lexington Mine

With a 2016 Resource update and a Preliminary Economic Assessment report in place, a dewatering permit has been submitted for the past producing Lexington Mine. The company is planning to conduct trial mining in the Lexington mine by the end of the 3rd Quarter of 2017.

Golden Crown Mine

2016 Resource update and a Preliminary Economic Assessment Report
The Golden Crown mine is planned to restart operations in the second quarter of 2018


Greenwood Mill

Mechanical personnel has commenced work to reactivate the Greenwood mill from an eight-year care-and-maintenance hiatus.

3 Mines and a Mill

With the potential of feed material from 3 mines being delivered to the Greenwood mill, Golden Dawn Minerals believes it can create both economies of scale and added shareholder value.

The Kettle Acquisition

Golden Dawn Minerals has signed a binding LOI to acquire a “Major Greenwood Area Land Position”. With this acquisition Golden Dawn will become the second largest landowner, next to Kinross Gold, in the prolific Greenwood mining camp.