Canadian Critical Minerals Inc. is a development stage mining company engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of minerals in Canada.
The primary focus of the company is the restart of the newly acquired and 100% owned Bull River Mine near Cranbrook, British Columbia. The mine is an underground operation hosting copper, gold, silver and cobalt mineralization.
The Bull River Mine was a past-producer and originally operated from 1971 to 1974. During this period, two open pits were developed on the property and 471,899 tonnes was mined and milled. Approximately, 7.3 million kilograms of copper, 6.4 million grams of silver and 126,000 grams of gold were produced.