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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 21, 2016
Kennady Diamonds is taking a break from drilling at Kennady North. Genius Properties is acquiring a Cape Breton graphite play. Commerce Resources has wrapped up work at Ashram for the season. Saint Jean Carbon likes geophysics.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 21, 2016
Makena Resources has wrapped up drilling at Clone, in British Columbia. Columbus Gold has the rest of its assays from Eastside in Nevada. Gold Standard Ventures is raising $25-million to advance its Railroad-Pinion project in Nevada.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 21, 2016
David Subotic's Stratton Capital closes its QT by acquiring Pro Gaming League, a video gaming website operator. Tom Kennedy's CSE shell, Crestwell Resources, closes its acquisition of Toronto grocer Organic Garage.
- SEC wins fines, injunctions for three Ecoland accused
The SEC has reached out-of-court deals with three men charged in the Ecoland International Inc. manipulation. The case remains outstanding against Toronto-area resident Dino Paolucci.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 20, 2016
Dominion Diamond had a ho-hum quarter at Diavik. New Nadina Explorations is selling its Kettle of Gold but will keep its diamonds. Tantalex Resources is enthused about Congo lithium. Big North Graphite has a definitive deal for a Cobalt cobalt play.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 20, 2016
Platinum Group Metals has a prefeasibility study of Waterberg in South Africa. Terrax Minerals is taking a three-month break from drilling at Yellowknife City. Winston Gold mining is set to drill Winston, in a Montana gold project.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 20, 2016
Todd Hilditch's capital pool shell, Riley Resources, is optioning a Nevada gold property for its QT. Jay Freeman's capital pool shell, JM Capital II, is optioning a B.C. gold property and acquiring a Quebec lithium explorer for its QT.
- Lundin Gold sued over unpaid Fruta del Norte fee
Lundin Gold Inc. is facing a lawsuit over its $240-million (U.S.) deal to acquire the Fruta del Norte mine in Ecuador. A Vancouver man claims that the company owes him a 5-per-cent finder's fee.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 19, 2016
Dev Randhawa's fifth capital pool shell, Wolfpack Capital, arranges an Albertan oil and gas QT with Drew Cadenhead, Garth Johnson and their TAG Oil colleagues. For his first four shells, Mr. Randhawa's record is three successes, one failure.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 19, 2016
GoGold Resources has received high-grade assays from trenching at Santa Gertrudis in Mexico. Wallbridge Mining has paid for its Fenelon acquisition. It now plans a prefeasibility study. Alexandria Minerals has several new targets at Western Cadillac Break in Quebec.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 19, 2016
Peregrine Diamonds is still planning a big exploration push next year at Chidliak. Advantage Lithium has begun drilling at Clayton NE in Nevada. Mkango Resources has renewed its licence for the Songwe Hill rare earth deposit in Malawi.
- Scotia Capital denies mishandling 90-year-old's account
Scotia Capital Inc. denies that it did anything wrong in the account of an elderly dementia patient who is suing. The firm says that it simply followed the client's instructions, and that it was unaware of any mental troubles.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 18, 2016
Evolving Gold has found hints of diamonds near its Quebec-based lithium prospect. KWG Resources is moving ahead with its Black Horse chromite project in Ontario. Eureka Resources is getting set to drill for Gemini lithium in Nevada.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 18, 2016
Northern Empire Resources finds encouragement in chip samples from its Richardson project in Alaska. Oceanus Resources has modest gold and silver grades over long intervals at El Tigre in Mexico. Otis Gold has expanded its Kilgore gold play in Idaho.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 18, 2016
Mitchell Smith's capital pool shell, Sceptre Ventures, plans to acquire app developer SmartShare Solutions for the shell's QT. Marketing firm Good Life Networks tries again to go public, this time through Brad Docherty and Eli Abergel's capital pool shell, Exito Energy II.
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