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Tower Resources Ltd. [TWRFFCanada

Other OTC exchange. Sector: Basic Materials. Industry: Other Industrial Metals & Mining. Location Canada, Squamish.
At close Fri Sep 30 2022
0.1613 USD 👎0.0016 (-1.01%)

At close Fri Sep 30 2022

Marketcap
20,952,742 USD

Marketcap

PE:.
BETA (5y):1.249
EPS:-0.003
Profits

for 5 years

31%

for 3 years

703%

for 2 years

391%

for 1 year

213%

for this year

41%
Tower Resources Ltd. engages in the acquisition, evaluation, and exploration of mineral properties in Canada. The company primarily explores for gold, silver, and copper deposits. Its properties include the Rabbit North project that comprises 34 mineral tenures covering an area of 16,400 hectares located in the Kamloops mining division of British Columbia; the Nechako gold project, which include 10 mineral tenures totaling 2,975 hectares in the Nechako Plateau Region of central British Columbia; the Belle copper-gold porphyry project consisting of seven claims totaling 1691 hectares located in the Toodoggone district; and the More Creek project comprising 5 mineral tenures totaling 6,430 hectares situated in the Golden Triangle District of northwest British Columbia. The company was formerly known as Tower Energy Ltd. and changed its name to Tower Resources Ltd. in September 2011. Tower Resources Ltd. was incorporated in 1988 and is headquartered in Squamish, Canada.

Tower Resources Ltd. (TWR:V) is a Vancouver based junior mineral exploration company focused on the discovery and advancement of economic mineral projects in the province of British Columbia. The current focus of the company is advancing the Rabbit North, Nechako Gold and More Creek projects.

Tower Resources Ltd.
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