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- Central Fund committee finds requisition invalid
Central Fund of Canada Ltd.'s special committee has found the requisition made by a Sprott Asset Management subsidiary and other Class A holders is invalid. Central Fund has called a meeting of Class A holders for Sept. 18 to resolve Sprott's concerns.more...
- Dragonfly Capital to remain halted
Dragonfly Capital Corp. will remain halted, pending qualifying transaction documents.more...
- Offsetters, Forest Finance property agreement
Offsetters Climate Solutions Inc. has received TSX-V approval for its property agreement with Forst Finance Services GmbH. The company is acquiring ForestFinest Consulting GmbH and 15 per cent of Forest Finance France SAS for 16,815,000 shares.more...
- Morro Bay names Daniels as COO, hires Palisade for IR
Morro Bay Resources Ltd. has appointed Andrew Daniels as COO and hired Palisade Capital Corp. for investor relations. Carl von Einsiedel has resigned as an officer but will remain on the board of directors.more...
- Primero Mining to delist warrants from TSX July 20
Primero Mining Corp.'s warrants will expire and delist from the TSX on July 20, 2015. Each warrant entitles the holder to buy one share for $8.more...
- Tilting Capital 187,500 shares for debt
Tilting Capital Corp. has received TSX-V approval to issue 187,500 shares at a deemed price of 12 cents a share to settle a debt of $27,000. One creditor will receive the shares.more...
- Nortquest 2,560,624 warrants extended
Northquest Ltd. has received TSX-V approval to extend 2,560,624 warrants to July 25, 2016, from July 25, 2015. The warrants are exercisable at 50 cents per share.more...
- BTB refinances two Quebec properties for $17.5-million
BTB REal Estate Investment Trust has refinanced two of its Quebec City properties for $17.5-million, saving $200,000 in interest a year. The interest rate on the properties is 4.06 per cent for a 10-year term.more...
- Navasota Resources downgraded to NEX
Navasota Resources Inc. has been downgraded to the NEX, effective on July 7, 2015.more...
- Temple to sell Hotel Saskatchewan for $38-million
Temple Hotels Inc. plans to sell its Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina, Sask., for $38-million. It bought the hotel in April, 2014, for $32.8-million. Temple plans to use the proceeds to repay debt and for working capital.more...
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