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"Colombia is probably the world's largest geochemical anomaly for gold"

Robert Friedland is usually a reliable source of colourful quotes at a conference and he didn’t disappoint at the inaugural Mines & Money Americas at Toronto, Ontario, where he gave a keynote address and also avoided answering half-a-dozen or so questions from Sprott’s Rick Rule in an entertaining ‘fireside chat’.

"Colombia is probably the world's largest geochemical anomaly for gold" "Colombia is probably the world's largest geochemical anomaly for gold" "Colombia is probably the world's largest geochemical anomaly for gold" "Colombia is probably the world's largest geochemical anomaly for gold" "Colombia is probably the world's largest geochemical anomaly for gold"

Artisinal gold mining at Montiel West in Colombia … ‘where did all the gold come from?’

Referring to the copper-gold porphyry exploration being done in Colombia via his privately-owned High Power Exploration and JV partner Cordoba Minerals, Friedland indicated the highly prospective