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MARS Offline for re-opening

MARS will be offline to the public for re-opening of lapsed claims from 08:00 AM CST Tuesday October 30, 2018 until 10:00 am CST.

MARS scheduled outage

MARS website will be unavailable Saturday October 20, 2018 from 5:00pm to October 20, 2018 9:00pm CST due to scheduled maintenance. Please ensure that you have logged out of MARS by that time.

Credit Card Transactions Require CVV2 Authorization

As of October 14, 2018, MARS requires all credit card transactions to be authorized through the use of the CVV2 code. This code is typically the last three or four digits printed on the signature strip on the back of the credit card.

Targeted Mineral Exploration Incentive (TMEI)

The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the introduction of the Targeted Mineral Exploration Incentive (TMEI), a component of Mineral Development Strategy announced in the 2017 Speech from the Throne. The TMEI is available to companies undertaking drilling for base metals, precious metals and diamonds in a defined region of the province with significant unrealized potential for these commodities. It offers a rebate of 25 per cent of eligible direct drilling costs, up to an annual maximum of $50,000 per company on a pro-rated basis. Information on the TMEI, including eligibility requirements and application instructions, is available at http://www.saskatchewan.ca/mineral-exploration-incentive.

New Airborne Geophysical Survey Data in the Creighton-Flin Flon Area

The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that airborne electromagnetic, magnetic, and gravity gradient surveys were flown over areas west of the border with Manitoba in vicinity of Creighton-Flin Flon during the summer of 2018. The electromagnetic and associated magnetic surveys were funded by the Government of Saskatchewan as part of its Mineral Development Strategy announced in the October 2017 Speech from the Throne. The gravity gradient and associated magnetic surveys were funded by Natural Resources Canada’s Targeted Geoscience Initiative (TGI). Data from the new surveys will be accessible through Natural Resources Canada’s website on Thursday September 27th, 2018 at 11:00 am (Central Standard Time) using the following links: Electromagnetic and associated Magnetic survey data: http://bit.ly/EMsept2018 Gravity Gradient and associated Magnetic survey data: http://bit.ly/GGsept2018 Additional information, including a map of survey locations, will be available after the time stated above on Natural Resources Canada’s TGI website: https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/earth-sciences/resources/federal-programs/targeted-geoscience-initiative/10907 The data from these surveys will be integrated with existing geophysics data from the area and form a component of a cooperative geoscience project by the Saskatchewan Geological Survey, the Geological Survey of Canada, and the Manitoba Geological Survey, to better understand the context of base and precious metal mineralization in the area.

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