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- Golden Dawn appoints Yuan CFO, Tung controller
Golden Dawn Minerals Inc. has appointed Andrea Yuan as CFO. Rita Tung now becomes controller. The company has also appointed Andrew Brown as corporate secretary, effective Nov. 1, 2015. Golden Dawn has closed the $435,000 first tranche of a placement.more...
- Successful Inv refreshes CAE buy
- Rogers Communications prices $1B (U.S.) debt offering
Rogers Communications Inc. has priced a $1-billion (U.S.) public offering. It will issue up to $700-million (U.S.) in 3.62-per-cent notes due 2025 and $300-million (U.S.) in 5-per-cent notes due 2044.more...
- Abba Medix appoints Johnston as CFO
Abba Medix Group Inc. has appointed Mike Johnston to replace Richard Vallee as CFO. Mr. Johnston is a partner at Forbes Andersen LLP and a University of Western Ontario graduate.more...
- Journey reduces credit facility to $140-million
Journey Energy Inc. has reduced its secured, revolving credit facility to $140-million from $205-million, following a semi-annual review. It has borrowings of $95-million under the credit facility. Also, Journey will release its 2016 guidance Dec. 14.more...
- Millrock Resources increases financing to $1.3-million
Millrock Resources Inc. has increased its private placement to $1.3-million, from $700,000. The company will issue 8.12 million units at 16 cents and will use the proceeds for property acquisitions.more...
- 5Banc to redeem 236,260 preferred, capital shares
5Banc Split Inc. will redeem 236,260 preferred and capital shares Dec. 15. These shares represent 17.98 per cent of both classes of shares.more...
- Naturebank appoints new CFO and finance director
Naturebank Asset Management Inc.'s Jeffrey Calvert has resigned as CFO. The company has appointed Phillip Cull as CFO and Rosita Morandin as its director of finance.more...
- 49 North grants options to buy 1.35 million shares
49 North Resources Inc. has granted options to buy 1.35 million shares at seven cents until Dec. 1, 2025.more...
- Cequence voluntarily reduces credit facility to $60M
Cequence Energy Ltd. has voluntarily reduced its credit facility to $60-million from $135-million. It has no borrowings under the credit facility.more...
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