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- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Aug. 4, 2015
Prima Diamond has a new director, but what it really needs is cash to start exploring its diamond plays. Peregrine Diamonds is cheering plans for an Iqaluit port. Canada Rare Earth plans mines and refineries, if it can find the cash. Happy Creek Minerals is hunting at Fox.
- Gold Summary for Aug. 4, 2014
Guyana Goldfields pours its first Guyanese gold. Sandspring Resources will be able to resume work on a stalled feasibility study shortly. Eurasian options another of its 120 properties, and Mill City plans to leave gold exploration to sell pharmaceutical ointments.
- Shell Summary for Aug. 4, 2015
Ron Schmeichel files a prospectus to list a new capital pool shell, Mira IX Acquisition. Roy Sebag's Goldmoney Inc., formerly Bitgold Inc., releases its three key performance indicators for July.
- Energy Summary for Aug. 4, 2015
Long Run Exploration sprints up after arranging a $200-million private placement with a Hong Kong investor. Athabasca Oil lowers its budget, but keeps its production guidance intact. Baytex Energy drastically cuts back on activity in the Texas Eagle Ford.
- Gold Summary for July 31, 2015
Lake Shore Gold, not Oban Mining, will acquire Temex Resources. Pretium Resources receives federal government approval for Brucejack in B.C. Tirex Resources hopes it has found a joint venturer with money, and Minco Gold looks for a new property outside China.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 31, 2015
Pangolin Diamonds touts mineral sampling, is silent about drilling. Kennady Diamonds is seeking another $4-million to explore Kennady North. Hudson Resources has a deal to sell anorthosite. Nemaska Lithium has federal approval for Whabouchi.
- Shell Summary for July 31, 2015
Joe Mimran and Cam di Prata file a prospectus to list a new SPAC, Gibraltar Growth Corp. Anton Konovalov's Dominion General Investment will acquire Peter Deeb's Hampton Equity Partners as a QT.
- SEC charges Kueber over Cynk Technology
The SEC has filed civil fraud charges against Kelowna's Phil Kueber, claiming he controlled Cynk Technology Corp., a pink sheets company briefly worth $4.5-billion (U.S.) in 2014. The regulator says he hid his control using nominees.
- BCSC-banned Briner digs deeper hole with Illinois judge
BCSC-banned lawyer John Briner has landed himself in even more trouble with an Illinois judge in a futures trading case. The judge has found documents filed by Mr. Briner to be part of "court-contemptuous conduct."
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 30, 2015
Dunnedin Ventures has a promotable new adviser for Kahuna. Copper Reef Mining has been granted Pikoo relief. Elcora Resources has started drilling at Ragedara. Zenyatta Ventures wants to raise $2-million. Lomiko Resources has grabbed high-grade assays.
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- Stock Pickers says hold Colliers
- Stock Pickers refreshes Chemtrade Logistics buy
- Stock Pickers refreshes Dream Office buy
- Radient files fiscal 2015 results, no details in NR
Radient Technologies Inc. has filed its fiscal 2015 financial results, but has provided no details in its news release. Instead, it discusses its cash shortage and the completion of a $447,930 private placement of 4.47 million units at 10 cents each.more...
- Taylor says buy Brazil Resources
- Taylor refreshes Columbus Gold buy
- MediaValet loses $764,520 in Q2
MediaValet Inc. lost $764,520 on revenue of $185,123 in the second quarter of 2015. The company lost $605,539 on revenue of $104,904 in the same period last year.more...
- Western Forest appoints Bird to board
Western Forest Products Inc. has appointed Jane Bird to its board of directors and current director Daniel Nocente as independent lead director. Ms. Bird is a director of Global Container Terminals, B.C. Ferry Services and IBI Group.more...
- Canbanc Income grants special retraction right
Canbanc Income Corp. has granted its shareholders the right to retract their shares by 5 p.m. (Toronto time) on Aug. 17, 2015. Shareholders approved the removal of Canbanc's expiry date of Aug. 31, 2015, at a special meeting.more...
- Western Forest earns $19.1-million in Q2
Western Forest Products Inc. earned $19.1-million on revenue of $289.2-million in the second quarter ended June 30, 2015. This compares with a profit of $29.2-million on revenue of $296.2-million in the same year-ago quarter.more...
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