Medinah Minerals, Inc.Medinah-Minerals Stock


Odds and Sods 2014
TO BE HELD ON MAY 11, 2014

April 17, 2014

Dear Shareholder:

Please take notice that a Meeting of Stockholders of Medinah Minerals, Inc. (the “Company”), a Nevada corporation, will take place on May 11, 2014, at 9 a.m. at the Orleans Hotel & Casino, 4500 W Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89103 for the following purposes:

  1. To ratify, confirm and approve all acts and deeds done by the Officers and the Directors of the Company since the last Shareholders’ Meeting.
  2. To elect a Board of Directors. The Management of the Company intends to nominate the following persons for re-election to serve as the Company’s Board of Directors.
    • Juan José Quijano Fernández  Juan José Quijano-Fernández, a Chilean citizen, is a lawyer, expert and professor in mining law and businessman.
    • Kyle R. Kirkland  Kyle R. Kirkland is an accomplished businessman. He is the President and General Manager of Club One Casino, Inc., a casino located in Fresno, CA and the President of the California Gaming Association. Until June 2011, he was a control shareholder in Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc., the largest manufacturer of musical instruments in the United States, and served as the Chairman of its Board of Directors for 17 years. Mr. Kirkland received an AB degree from Harvard magna cum laude and received an MBA from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University.
    • Gregory A. Chapin  Gregory A. Chapin is a retired law enforcement officer. He is a respected business consultant with experience and ownership in numerous business enterprises including real estate and mining. Mr. Chapin holds a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services/Public Administration from the University of La Verne with graduate studies in Business & Public Management from the University of La Verne. Mr. Chapin is also an accredited teacher.
  3. To consider other such business as may come before the Meeting.
Stockholders are entitled to submit a proxy or appear at the meeting in person and vote common shares held. Management of the Company is not soliciting shareholder proxies in connection with the meeting in any way.

The Board of Directors has established April 23, 2014 as the record date for the determination of the stockholders entitled to vote at the Meeting of Stockholders.

By Order of the Board of Directors,
Gregory A. Chapin

Proxies can be either mailed to the registered mailing address of Medinah Minerals, Inc. at 2030 Bannie Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89102 or emailed to All proxies must be received by the Company at least 72 hours prior to the time of the Shareholders’ Meeting.

8.2 Earthquake Occurred in Northern Chile Report
April 1, 2014

Dear Medinah Shareholders:

At approximately 5:00 p.m. Pacific Standard Time a magnitude 8.2 Earthquake occurred 95 kilometers north by northwest of the city of Iquique, Chile.

The country of Chile is nearly 2,600 miles long from its southern tip to its northern border with the country of Peru.

The epicenter, near the city of Iquique, is approximately 1,000 miles north of the capital city of Santiago.

Our President, Senor Quijano and family, report that they are fine but extremely concerned for the welfare of the residents in and around the city of Iquique, Chile.

Senor Quijano advises that each of the Medinah Mining Chile properties sustained no damages related to the Earthquake event.

Notice of Medinah Minerals, Inc. Filing of U.S. Corporation Taxes
March 31, 2014

Dear Medinah Shareholders:

We are pleased to report that on March 28, 2014, the Corporate Income Tax return for Medinah Minerals, Inc. for the calendar year 2013 has been duly and properly filed. We will continue to comply with all legal, tax, compliance issues and reports in a timely manner, as mandated by pertinent government entities, regulatory agencies and authorities.

OTC PINK Markets Notice
February 17, 2014

Dear Medinah Shareholders:

Medinah Minerals, Inc. has been officially notified by OTC Markets that the 15c-211 filings, with attachments, for the year ending December 31, 2013, have been accepted as filed and the Company will remain in the OTC PINK current information tier status.

February 12, 2014

Advance Notice is hereby given to Shareholders that Medinah Minerals, Inc. (Company), a Nevada based Corporation, will hold a Shareholders Meeting session on Sunday, May 11, 2014, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the Orleans Hotel & Casino, 4500 Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada.

The Scrutineer will begin accepting registered shareholders into the meeting room at 7 a.m. This meeting will include an informational session with time for questions and answers with shareholders.

Record date for shareholder voting entitlement shall be April 25, 2014. Formal Notice of the Shareholder Meeting Agenda matters will be mailed or noticed to all Medinah Minerals, Inc. shareholders of record during the week of April 27, 2014.

Only Registered Shareholders or Valid Proxy Holders, as determined by Scrutineer’s review, will be allowed to attend and entitled to vote on Company matters during the Shareholder Meeting session.

By order of the Board of Directors

Señor Juan José Quijano Fernández
President/Chairman of the Board

Odds and Sods 2013
December 2013

As the holiday season approaches, our minds naturally ponder the past, relish the present and contemplate the future during this special time. In fellowship, we turn to the warmth and love of family and friends.

We continue to dedicate ourselves to the task of achieving success for all our Medinah family members. The challenges are many, but our continued and unwavering efforts will soon be rewarded.

We appreciate and cherish the devotion of each of our many loyal shareholders.

With this in mind, I am joined by management and the board in wishing each of you and your families, a Merry Christmas, a joyous holiday season, and a happy New Year. May the peace and goodwill of the season fill every heart and bring love, good health and happiness to every home.

Señor Juan José Quijano Fernández
President – Medinah Minerals, Inc.

September 24, 2013

The subject of this communication is to address the recent September 15, 2013 Class "C" preferred share issuance of 35,000,000 non-voting and non-interest bearing convertible shares. This issuance was pursuant to the registered purchase and exchange of all ownership shares of Medinah Mining Chile, and related new properties as formally legalized by notarized documentation in Santiago, Chile on September 16, 2013. The 35,000,000 million shares can be converted to common shares at a price point of $.10 cents per share at S1.00 of price valuation. The conversion period is described as a 3 year term that is redeemable in part, or in its entirety , at any time, at the option of the Medinah Minerals, Inc. Company.
July 11, 2013

Medinah shareholders can now monitor (search Medinah) for additional company information. Bloomberg Financial Services is now actively updating Medinah Minerals, Inc. on their financial services site.
May 2013

Scheduled Business Activities for Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA)

Medinah Minerals, Inc. Trustee and Board Member will travel to Santiago, Chile over May 13-22, 2013 to conduct corporate business.
April/May 2013

April 27, 2013

Odds and Sods 2012
November 20, 2012

April 2, 2012 Dividend Issue

1. April 2, 2012. A 10% Restricted Dividend share was mailed to every registered shareholder, including identified Brokerage Firms and especially CEDE, who holds stock in their name for numerous Brokerage Firms.

2. Cede & Co. provided to the American Registrar & Transfer Co., (ARTCO), a listing of Brokers entitled to receive Dividend shares according to their records. ARTCO proceeded to issue said shares, as per Cede & Co directives, to only authenticated Brokers. The Brokers then were to deposit these Dividend shares into their appropriate client’s accounts.

3. Medinah advised ARTCO, effective October 3, 2012, that "all restrictions" could now be removed from the April 2, 2012 Dividend shares upon presentation of a letter in the format as posted on Medinah’s website.

4. Numerous shareholders holding previously Restricted Dividend shares have exchanged their Restricted shares for new Free-trading certificates.

5. Many Brokerage Firms submitted their Restricted Dividend shares and received, in return, Unrestricted shares in their client’s name. These Firms then proceeded to either mail the new certificates directly to their clients or, alternatively, deposited same into their respective trading accounts.

6. Several Brokerage firms have not, as of yet, had the applicable now Unrestricted Dividend shares issued for their clients and/or deposited the now Free-trading shares into their accounts.

7. Medinah and ARTCO have complied, at all times, with the directives and requirements of the process to properly distribute Dividend shares to shareholders. Unfortunately, Medinah Minerals, Inc. cannot resolve many of the issues arising from the applicable Brokerage Firms not distributing the shares to their clients. Again, Medinah does not have the administrative records of Brokerage Firms, and cannot verify authenticity of shareholder holdings.

If you have an issue with your Registered Dividend distribution, please contact Medinah at 702 366-1883 or Email at We will do everything within our power to legally assist in this process.
September 25, 2012

Dear Shareholders:

Pursuant to the issuance of 1 for 10 Restricted Dividend Shares issued to the Medinah Minerals, Inc. stockholders on April 2, 2012, the following explanation is offered:

Specific to the Restrictive Covenant on only these held Dividend shares, the Company hereby releases any and all restrictions effective October 3, 2012.

The Company has advised the American Registrar & Transfer Co. (ARTCO) of the Directors adopted Resolution removing the Restrictive legend effective October 3, 2012.

The attached letter can be used as an exemplar for processing only physically held certificates to the attention of ARTCO for processing.

A formal Attorney Legal Opinion letter is not required.

ARTCO letter - September 25, 2012

Based on Business Activities for Medinah Minerals, Inc.(USA)

April 16-18
  • Travel to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida by Board Director & Medinah Minerals (Chile) S. A. Representative. Multiple meetings with Lawyers regarding Medinah upgrading its reporting status and other ongoing Securities matters. Formally engaged the Securities Laws services of Robert C. Hackney, Esq. New Securities Lawyer-Odds & Sods Announcement made on April 20, 2012.
April 18
  • Travel to Santiago, Chile. Arrived late on the morning of April 19th.
April 19
  • Immediate meeting with Senor Quijano as to intended week-long itinerary. Day long into night meetings as to all matters related to Medinah Minerals, Inc. and associative matters of the continuing 180,000,000.00 million dollar claims sale, with specificity as to Alto de Lipangue funding matters for exploration drilling and further proving up the property. Expectation of funding discussions/delays/alternatives.
April 20
  • Meetings with Senor Quijano over the major impact issues facing the Company including; Funding Issues, Legal Issues, Property matters of concern, Status of other property acquisitions, etc. Discussions involving status of Polo claims. Senor Quijano was also queried as to the “Jota” group of claims in the north near Iqueque, Chile. Senor Quijano described the property claims as a 22 kilometer long by 3 kilometer wide property. Negotiated a substantial ownership position for the benefit of Medinah Minerals, Inc. shareholders of the entire project. Also discussed, at length, the potential of ownership involvement for Medinah Gold, Inc. shareholders.
April 21
  • Dinner with Senor Quijano. Discussed contingent parties should the Purchasing party fail to fund. Senor Quijano identified four contingent parties that he states he can immediately resume serious discussions, if needed. Each of these parties has been on site with their Geologists, Engineers, and supportive personnel, but further discussions were discontinued with them due to the signing of the present Claims Purchase Agreement. Senor Quijano states that he is professionally prohibited from dealing with these parties due to his signing the Non-Disclosure Agreement. We indicated that we cannot allow the Claims Purchasing party to string us along. We will need to act quickly, not prolong non-performance as in the past should the Claims Purchasing group not deliver.
April 22
  • Travelled west from Santiago to the Altos de Lipangue properties via Highway #68 to Curacavi, Chile and then on to the Caren road access. Travelled up the Caren dirt and rock road that climbs 20 kilometers to the Medinah holdings. Reviewed each of the south, north, Caren, molybdenum, and access road workings to each of the Altos de Lipangue locations. Road is accessible and in good condition.
April 23
  • Travelled north from Santiago to Lampa, Chile, a distance of 35 kilometers. Lampa is accessed via multiple modern asphalt highways. Heading north out of Lampa toward the town of Til-Til, we reached the guarded gate leading to the dirt and rock access road that wind in a zig-zag fashion up the sheer side of the mountain 20 kilometers to the base of the Altos de Lipangue claims at an elevation of 6,200+ feet. This road has necessitated rehabilitation several times due to earthquakes. This access road is in good condition and intersects each of the north, south, molybdenum, and west Caren road leading down to the town of Curacavi, Chile.

  • As we travelled upward Senor Quijano identified a location at the mountain base that is in early construction for a concentration plant. The operator is an Italian concern named “Giancarlo”. The custom milling/processing plant is proposed to be a 150 ton-a-day operation. The state run “Enami” facility, for milling, smelting, and intricate processing of the concentrate, is located approximately 120 kilometers distance from our claims.

  • We traversed the entire Altos de Lipangue mountain plateau over each of the roads. The roads are in good condition and capable of handling the trucking transports of ore material down the mountain in several directions. We looked at each of the brecciated finds articulated in various expert reports, as well as the previous marked drill sites throughout the Altos de Lipangue claims.

  • Next we went to the site of the Las Dos Marias base camp. As we neared the location we observed and could audibly hear the sounds of the excavator working. The LDM base camp was noted with containers for housing of miners, equipment, explosives, and technical items needed by the Company Geologist and Engineer. We reviewed the Mining Contract as well as the Explosives and Environmental Permits at site. The LDM site sits at an elevation of approximately 1750 meters. The snow level in this area usually does not get below the 1600 meter level. But, all preparations are being done to anticipate the continuation of work throughout winter conditions. There will be NO stoppage of work at the LDM location due to inclimate weather conditions.

  • We noted the provisions of diesel, food, and water at site. Also noted were transport trucks and 4-wheel drive vehicles, a scoop, compressors, generators, and rock drilling pressure equipment with steel rods of varying lengths used to lodge dynamite into rock surfaces.

  • Several miners were actively working on the newly discovered “by pure chance” fully mineralized vein with the excavator. We also noted that they had uncovered numerous “old workings tunnels” throughout the site. We met the Professional Mining Engineer, Senor Eduardo Lopez-Albujar of Peru. He was most enthused with the newly uncovered vein that he stated was widening as it was being further exposed. Geographically, the vein is heading in an ascending direction toward previous Diamond Drill holes #1 and #2.

  • The Mining Contractor for the LDM mining project is Gabriel Zuniga-Ramos of Santiago, Chile. The Professional Geologist is Roberto Rodriguez of Peru.

  • Of note was the obvious excitement among the on-site mining professionals as well as among the Chilean miners as to the vein strike. My visual interpretation of the exposed vein was first the size of the exposed rock formation. Second, was the amount of mineralization that was clearly visible. Third, the significant heavy weight of the rock material. Fourth, I noted minimal quartz in the vein. Fifth, I observed a chalky wall rock type material adhering to the rock and described to me as traditionally carrying the gold material. Sixth, I noted various metals laced in the rock described to me as arseno-pyrites. Seventh, the vein was larger than was first reported. Eighth, the vein exposed was directionally at and below Diamond Drill hole #1, and also in line with Diamond Drill hole #2. The mining engineer indicated that the intention was to dynamite blast downward approximately six more meters and then follow the vein toward Diamond Drill holes #1 & #2. Immediately adjacent to the exposed vein was the presence of honeycombed tunnels that had been uncovered during the excavator digging. It was related that these hundreds of years old tunnels were done, by hand, by Spaniards and/or by native Chilean Indians following metal content, historically referenced as gold veins.

  • Samples of the exposed vein at the LDM site have been sent out for independent analysis. We will be posting the entirety of the mineralized material results for shareholder review as soon as received.

  • Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA) is the recipient of a significant ownership position of the entire Compania Minera LDM Chile venture. There is no further requirement of Medinah Minerals, Inc. relative to their free-carried ownership in the Las dos Marias holding.

  • It should be noted that there is power, communications, and plenty of water available throughout the entire Altos de Lipangue plateau. There is also a Military and Chilean State installation that houses an Emergency Operations communication station for emergent operations. From the top of the mountain looking east above the clouds the historic Andes are in majestic view.
April 24
  • Met with Sergio Avendano, General Manager of Herencia Resources, PLC, an Australian Mining company doing business in the country of Chile. The Company is publicly traded on the London Stock Exchange under the symbol HER. Senor Avendano expressed interest in the possible purchase of the Ciclon I and II properties in the north near the Atacama Desert. Medinah Minerals, Inc owns a 10% non-dilutable interest in each of these two projects. Herencia Reserves PLC Company is actively working on their two fully owned properties in Region I in northern Chile. Senor Avendano stated that they would also be most interested in pursuing the 1508 Altos de Lipangue claims if the prior purchasing party vacated the deal. Senor Avendano was accompanied by a Chilean Government official representative.

  • We again contacted the Claims Purchasing Party Company regarding the status of the funding. We decided to contact the Purchasing party’s Chilean lawyer representative, Senor Ignacio Garcia-Pereira, Abogado of the law firm of Aninat, Schwencke & Cia, Abogados at Law, at Ave. Los Conquistadores 1700 Piso 16, Santiago, Chile. Senor Garcia informed us that the Exploration schedules and associative funding monies were delayed, but forthcoming very soon.
April 25
  • Senor Quijano received a call from the Claims Purchasing Party indicating that the contract would be required to be inscripted in both New York, USA, and in Santiago, Chile. The Claims Purchasing party’s legal counsel requested that Senor Quijano make arrangements to fly to New York next week to finally consummate the initial funding portion of the $180,000,000.00 signed Claims Purchase Agreement. Senor Quijano is questioning this requirement. The Claims Purchasing Party states that this would clear the last hurdle leading to the release of the exploration monies now described as seven million dollars for the 20,000 (previous 18,000 meters) mandatory meters of exploration requirement articulated in the original contract. Senor Quijano stated that under Chilean law the final transfer sale of the 1508 mining claims, when funding was received, would need to be fully notarized in Santiago, Chile. This is pursuant to the Ministry of Mines mandate, under Chilean law that requires full disclosure and notice of sale among the parties.
April 25-26
  • Return to the United States
See Attached Photos
April 20, 2012

Management and the Board of Directors of Medinah Minerals, Inc. are very pleased to announce that they have engaged the services of our new Company Securities Lawyer, Mr. Robert C. Hackney, Senior Partner of Hackney Law, P.A., Attorneys & Counselors At Law. Mr. Hackney has a wealth of experience in all regulatory and securities laws representation matters. His well-versed comprehension and thorough understanding of complex phases of securities conditions will bode well for the Company.
Shareholder Meeting DVD Request
April 5, 2012

Shareholders wishing to secure a 4-disc DVD set of the February 11 and 12, 2012 Medinah Minerals Inc. Shareholder Meetings conducted in Las Vegas, Nevada, can now order their copies with Mick Shindell as follows:

Fee$50.00 for 4-disc DVD set which includes Shipping & Handling Costs
Contact Mick Shindell to place your order(s) Via Email:
Mick Shindell @


Regular mail:
Send Check or Money Order to:
Mick Shindell
879 N. Mountain Avenue
Central Point, OR 97502

Notice to Shareholders
March 16, 2012

With extreme sadness and regret the Management and Board of Directors of Medinah Minerals, Inc. informs our shareholders of the passing of Richard Day. Our long-time friend, confidant, and Securities Lawyer/Owner of American Registrar & Transfer Co., for over twenty-five plus years, is a very difficult loss. Richard Day was a man of demanding and unwavering principles. His expertise and professional integrity were integral to the long-term aspirations of Medinah Minerals, Inc. We wish to express our sincere condolences to his family. ARTCO business operations will continue through Richard Day's sons, Patrick and Christopher Day, who skillfully assumed all operational control of business matters during Richard's extended illness.
Shareholder Update
March 14, 2012

Dear Shareholders:

The Company held a General Meeting of Shareholders in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 12, 2012 wherein the attending and proxy shareholders, constituting a voting quorum, unanimously approved a stock dividend of One Common share for each Ten Common shares owned as of the record date of April 2, 2012.

The American Registrar & Transfer Co. will distribute One Common share for each Ten Common shares owned on April 2, 2012 to Shareholders of Record, and also to Cede & Co., who will distribute the dividend to the applicable Brokerage firms. The Brokerage firms will then accommodate their clients to receive the Medinah dividend distribution.
Notice to Shareholders
February 28, 2012

Dear Shareholders:

The articles of Medinah Minerals, Inc. were amended on February 17, 2012 as posted on the Nevada Secretary of State's website to include 100,000,000 (one hundred million) Class C Preferred shares.

The Class C Preferred shares, issued at $1 each, carry interest at 10% per annum, are Redeemable, Non-voting and Convertible at the shareholder's option. The Preferred shares can be converted to Common shares during Year 1 at 5¢; Year 2 at 10¢ and Year 3 at 25¢ with no further payment required.
Notice to Shareholders
February 15, 2012

Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA) has declared a Stock Dividend for Shareholders of Record, effective April 2, 2012. Each shareholder will be entitled to One Common Medinah share for each Ten Common Medinah shares owned as of April 2, 2012.

The Dividend shares will be mailed directly to each registered shareholder, including processing of shares directly to Cede & Company. Cede & Company will be provided with the applicable number of Dividend shares for their distribution to the various Brokerage Firms. These firms, in due course, will distribute the Dividend stock securities to their individual customers.


On Behalf of Board of Directors
Larry Regis, Secretary/Treasurer
Shareholder Meeting - Video
February 2, 2012

Dear Shareholders:

The Shareholders Meeting on February 12, 2012 will be taped, as in past years, by Mick Shindell and copies can be obtained directly from him post meeting. The details as to ordering will be posted on the Medinah website.

"Note: This News Release may contain certain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the United States Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization and reserves, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of Medinah Minerals, Inc. are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s expectations are disclosed under the heading “Risk Factors” and elsewhere in documents filed from time to time with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission and other regulatory authorities.
Odds and Sods 2011
December 14, 2011

Notice is hereby given to Shareholders that Medinah Minerals, Inc. USA, (Company), a Nevada based Corporation, will host a Shareholders Information session on February 11, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at the Orleans Hotel & Casino, 4500 Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Further, the Company now gives Notice and Confirms that it will also hold a next day Medinah Minerals, Inc. USA Shareholders Meeting at the same venue on February 12, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.

Record date for Shareholder Voting Entitlement shall be January 16, 2012. Notices of the Shareholder Meeting Agenda will be mailed to all Medinah Minerals, Inc. USA Shareholders of record during the week of January 23, 2012

Only Registered Shareholders or Valid Proxy holders, determined by Scrutineer’s review, will be entitled to vote on Company matters at the Shareholder Meeting session.

By order of the Board of Directors
October 24, 2011

Please be advised that Medinah Minerals, Inc. USA (“the Company”), a Nevada Corporation, intends to host a Shareholders Informational session in Las Vegas, Nevada on Saturday, February 11, 2012. Subsequently, a Shareholders Meeting will be held on Sunday, February 12, 2012.

Formal Notices to the Shareholder body will be as follows:

The record date for Shareholder voting entitlement shall be January 23, 2012. Formal notices of the Shareholder Meeting agenda, including time and venue, will be mailed or noticed to all Medinah Minerals, Inc. USA Shareholders of record during the week of January 23, 2012.

Only Registered Shareholders or Proxy holders of record will be allowed to attend and entitled to vote at the meeting sessions.

By order of the Board of Directors
June 14, 2011

Dear Shareholders:

Management and the Board of Directors of Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA) are responsible for only that company and to its shareholders, and have no affiliation with, or obligations to any other companies aside from Minera Medinah Chile, Ltda.

It has come to the attention of Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA) that certain representations are being made regarding the Joint Venture Agreement involving Minera Medinah Chile Ltda.'s Alto de Lipangue properties in Chile. No party, other than Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA) and Juan José Quijano Fernández, or Minera Medinah Chile, Ltda. have the right, obligation or information to factually or legally comment on anything regarding MDMN’s Joint Venture Agreement matters or Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA) holdings in Chile or elsewhere.

Management is aware that rumors abound around the closing of the Joint Venture Agreement and the receipt of the first tranche of funds to “at last” finalize the JVA matter. Any inference(s) such as Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA) Board Members, Les Price, acting for Medinah Minerals Chile, or Company President/CEO Juan José Quijano Fernández being out of their respective offices, leads to speculation that certain things have happened. Please bear in mind that activities by respective Management or Board members does not necessarily mean that the JV has concluded.

Only a Press Release via the public media and on the official Company Website will authenticate the confirmation of receipt of funds to finalize the Joint Venture Agreement.

Please do not speculate based on rhetoric, falsehoods or trivia posed by individuals or groups not affiliated with Medinah Minerals, Inc. (USA).
April 8, 2011

CESCO-INTERVIEW-Chile sees untapped copper in central region12:00AM ET on Monday Apr 04, 2011 by Thomson Reuters

* Vast resources unexplored in central Chile- mining min

* Prices to stay strong despite slower-growing China

* Chile sees hybrid cars, medicine feeding future demand

By Brad Haynes and Fabian Cambero

SANTIAGO, April 4 (Reuters) - Northern Chile may be the heart of the world's copper mining industry, but there is tremendous potential in the little explored central highlands, Mining Minister Laurence Golborne told Reuters.

Chile needs to look at incentives to foster exploration by nimble junior companies in a business dominated by the likes of huge mining companies Codelco [CODEL.UL] and BHP Billiton , he said.

"Chile has focused exploration in the far north where it is easiest," Golborne said in an interview ahead of the CESCO conference in Santiago. Chile produce's one-third of the world's mined copper.

"But if you look in the central region, we have enormous deposits ... There are little-explored areas that could have enormous potential," he added, though some see greater growth potential in faster-growing regions like the Zambia and Congo copper belt or neighboring Peru.

Exploration in Chile's north is more straightforward given desert terrain that makes geology easier to survey and the population is relatively thin. In central Chile, vegetation masks rock formations and communities are more widespread, complicating exploration efforts.

Chile wants junior mining companies to list on its local stock exchange and have better access to local capital markets, following in the steps of mining powerhouses Canada and Peru.

The government is also planning to review the tax code to lure smaller miners into the country, which holds by far the biggest reserves of copper on the world.

Current high prices are a great incentive for exploration, and Golborne expects them to remain strong even if top consumer China's torrid economic growth slows further.

While copper prices are still near record highs, many in the market fear China's economic slowdown could deepen and hit demand in the world's top copper consumer at a time when warehouse stocks are rising as some hold the metal as collateral against loans.

"If the Chinese economy continues to grow, even at a slower pace, the level of consumption of copper will be significant enough to keep prices at a reasonable level," Golborne said.

Sustained global growth and copper output at the current pace is enough to keep copper around $4 per pound for some time, he said, citing a bullish outlook for India and other fast-growing Asian economies.

Copper's long-term outlook is also boosted by the fact its properties as a conductor make it hard to replace in key electrical applications, and as new uses in hybrid cars and medicine more than offset substitution elsewhere, he added.

To capitalize on the boom, Chile aims to raise output to 7.5 million tonnes by the end of the decade, up from 5.5 million tonnes at present, due to direct investment of around $50 billion over that period, Golborne said. (Reporting by Brad Haynes and Fabian Cambero. Editing by Simon Gardner and Diane Craft)

Odds and Sods 2008 - 2010
September 2, 2010

The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission provides the "Edgar" reporting system for filing of information relative to public companies.

We are pleased to report that Medinah's application to the "Edgar" system was initially approved by the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission on September 1, 2010, but later additional information was requested. Medinah provided all requested information and is awaiting final approval.

April 24, 2009

Joint Venture Agreement negotiations are ongoing and in earnest in Santiago, Chile with various parties pursuant to Non-Disclosure and Non-Circumvention Agreements among the parties.

Until such time as a signed and notarized legal Joint Venture Agreement is completed, we are bound by various disclosure restrictions that will not be violated by Medinah Minerals, Inc. officials. Immediately, upon the signed execution of an Agreement, transparent details of the transaction will be released for all shareholders and interested parties.

The Company cautions and admonishes all shareholders that non-verifiable rumours are not credible. Only noteworthy events that are officially presented as fact on the Medinah Minerals, Inc. website are credible.
May 1, 2008

It has been brought to the attention of Management that the website “Mining Play of 2007” has posted a calculation showing relative share values when a potential Joint Venture Agreement is consummated.

Please be advised that:

  1. Management of Medinah did not provide this information to “Mining Play of 2007” and is not associated with this valuation in any capacity and disputes its accuracy.
  2. The only factual and correct information concerning Medinah is as posted and approved to on the official website
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February 15, 2008

Regarding Restricted Transfer Requests

Recent amendments to Rule 144 include a disqualification provision (paragraph (i)) that raises questions as to the availability of Rule 144 as a basis for removal of legend(s) from restricted securities of many issuers.

Therefore, American Registrar has elected to require a satisfactory legal opinion in connection with substantially all requests for transfer of restricted securities and hereby gives notice that to be satisfactory, such opinion(s) must address the question of availability of Rule 144 on a complete and specific and factual basis.

Exceptions will only be if American Registrar’s staff recognizes (without any effort on their part) that an issuer in question is outside the disqualification definition. American Registrar will make this determination only as to requests that are physically pending before it (with all applicable fees prepaid) and not on a hypothetical (advance telephone) basis.

It is with deep regret that the Management and Board of Medinah Minerals, Inc., informs its shareholders that Mr. Gordon House P. Geo., past Director and Company Geologist of Medinah Minerals, passed away after his long battle with cancer.
Medinah Minerals, Inc. - News Release
Medinah Mining Receives Alto de Lipangue Petrographic Analysis

Lake Elsinore, CA., November 13, 2000 . . . Management of Medinah Mining, Inc. reports that the Company has received from Vancouver Petrographics Ltd., an analysis of samples submitted by Mr. Gordon House, P.Geo., from Diamond drill hole 00-13 at the Alto de Lipangue gold/copper project near Santiago, Chile.

Due to the intense alteration and complex structures found in the Alto de Lipangue drill cores, a microscopic thin section analysis of the core was required in order to identify the rock types and the source of the mineralization. This analysis will also guide future work programs and clarify the type of deposit that Medinah has discovered.

The report mentions in several samples the presence of a copper porphyry system, however, as this is a very technical document, management will not draw any conclusions nor make presumptions on the significance of the language in this document until a complete review of the study has been received from both Gordon House, P.Geo. Vice-President of Exploration for Medinah Mining, and Robert Cinits, P.Geo., of A.C.A. Howe International Ltd.

A complete report incorporating the findings of this petrographic analysis is being prepared for management and will be presented to shareholders at the Annual General Meeting, December 4, 2000 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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News Release
A.C.A. Howe International gives "thumbs up" to Alto de Lipangue and Las Dos Marias

Lake Elsinore, Ca., June 27, 2000 ... The Board of Directors of Medinah Mining, Inc. are pleased to report that A.C.A. Howe International Limited through their Chilean subsidiary, Howe Chile Limitada (Howe), have completed an Geological Report on the Alto de Lipangue and Las Dos Marias gold/copper properties.

Howe was retained to review the exploration and mining activities completed to date over the Alto de Lipangue and Las dos Marias properties. The properties are located in the Metropolitan region of Chile, approximately 30 kilometers northwest of Santiago, Chile.

In summary, Howe stated that "Medinah’s Lipangue property contains the Lipangue polymetallic breccia pipe which represents an excellent target to host underground, bulk mineable, gold-copper-silver mineralization. This target remains open to the east and down plunge, and could become much larger in extent as Medinah traces it in these directions. The breccia is still in the earliest stages of drill definition and Medinah believes that with a minimal exploration program the potential size of this target can be substantially increased. Other parts of the Lipangue Property have only been reviewed on a preliminary basis, or not at all, and these should be further explored, since the potential exists for additional breccia style mineralization."

"The Dos Marias Property, hosts an early stage, grass roots shear zone hosted gold prospect and stratabound or manto replacement skarn copper mineralization. Recent drilling into the shear zone hosted gold target has returned mixed results, however a new geological map by Medinah indicates that structure of the property is much more complex that originally believed and that the main gold bearing structures may actually be oriented in oblique to the main shear zone, which is subparallel to the direction of the recent drilling. The property hosts areas of strong pervasive alteration, and indications of numerous old mining operations and based on this Medinah believes that it warrants a re-evaluation of the gold potential. The manto replacement copper skarn mineralization remains untested."

"Medinah’s land position is secure in both properties, in that it covers the strike and down dip extent of all of their defined mineralized zones and leaves sufficient ground to define new targets along strike or on other parts of the property."

"Howe recommends that a two phase, results driven program be conducted in order to further assess the large tonnage, bulk mineable, breccia hosted gold-copper-silver potential over the Lipangue Property. The total cost for Phases I (US $482,900) and II (US $800,250) is approximately US $1,300,000."

"Howe also recommends that a two phase, results driven program be conducted in order to assess the vein style and shear zone hosted gold mineralization and copper skarn replacement mineralization over the Dos Marias Property. The total cost for Phase I (US $89,760) and II (US $169,400) is approximately US $260,000."

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Medinah Minerals, Inc. - News Release

Lake Elsinore, CA, May 14, 1999 … Medinah Mining, Inc. (formerly Medinah Energy, Inc.) now appears on the OTC Bulletin Board as Medinah Mining, Inc. (MDHM), CUSIP number 584894 10 9. No consolidation of the share capital has occurred, or is contemplated.

Medinah Gold, Inc. a Nevada Corporation, has purchased all the properties and rights thereto from Medinah Mining, Inc. save and except the Alto de Lipangue and Las Dos Marias holdings that are the subject of ongoing exploration and development in Chile and retained by Medinah Mining, Inc.

The consideration for the sale of these properties to Medinah Gold, Inc. is 11,694,033 common shares, which have be declared, effective May 7, 1999, as a dividend to all equity holders of Medinah Mining, Inc. on a ratio a 1 share of Medinah Gold, Inc. for each 10 common shares owned of Medinah Mining, Inc. and 1 share of Medinah Gold, Inc. for each 4 preferred shares of Medinah Mining, Inc. The result of this dividend gives 100% ownership of Medinah Gold, Inc. of the current shareholders of Medinah Mining, Inc. in the same ratio as their present equity.

The law firm of Michael Morrison of Reno, Nevada has been engaged to file documents with the Securities Exchange Commission to register Medinah Gold, Inc. Shares received as dividends will be restricted under State and Federal securities laws.

Dividend record date was May 7, 1999 and the dividend shares of Medinah Gold, Inc. will be distributed by the Transfer agent in due course. Shareholders of Medinah Mining, Inc. may replace their old certificates (Medinah Energy, Inc.) by remitting them directly to the transfer agent:

American Registrar & Transfer Company
#705 – #10 Exchange Place
P.O. Box 1798
Salt Lake City, UT
Medinah Minerals, Inc. - News Release

Lake Elsinore, Ca, April 29, 1999 … In response to recent major discoveries on Medinah's Chilean properties known as Alto de Lipangue and Las dos Marias, the Company's Board of Directors initiated the following actions:

1. By authority given the Board of Directors at the 1997 Annual Shareholders Meeting, the Company's name has been changed to Medinah Mining, Inc. Amendments effecting the name change are being filed and a new CUSIP number will be requested.

2. On April 21, 1999 the Company formed a wholly owned subsidiary called Medinah Gold, Inc. authorized at 100,000,000 common shares at 0.001 par and 50,000,000 preferred shares at 0.001 par. The law firm of Michael Morrison in Reno, Nevada has been engaged to file documents with the Securities Exchange Commission to register Medinah Gold, Inc.

3. By action of the Board of Directors on April 28, 1999, all assets of Medinah Energy, Inc. - except the Alto de Lipangue and Las dos Marias properties - are to be sold to the wholly owned subsidiary, Medinah Gold, Inc.

Accompanying the above action, the Board of Directors declared the following dividend:

1. Each holder of common shares in Medinah Mining, Inc. (formerly Medinah Energy, Inc.), will receive 1 share of Medinah Gold, Inc. for each 10 shares held of Medinah Mining, Inc. and each preferred shareholder shall receive 1 share of Medinah Gold, Inc. for each 2.5 preferred shares of Medinah Mining, Inc. (formally Medinah Energy, Inc.).

Shares received as dividends will be restricted under State and Federal securities laws.

Medinah Mining, Inc. dividend share record date was fixed at May 7, 1999.