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- Shell Summary for Aug. 29, 2014
Richard Besner's Rodocanachi Capital plans to buy AlliancePharma Inc. as its QT. ASB Capital's former president, Terry Tang, has to return money that he took from the shell's bank account without authorization, and Margaux Red Capital rose 11 cents to close at 80 cents.
- Energy Summary for Aug. 29, 2014
Athabasca Oil receives its money from PetroChina, finally. Manitok Energy lowers its 2014 guidance because of production constraints in Alberta. Iona Energy battles its own constraints in the North Sea, and Enbridge's Clipper wins a victory in Minnesota.
- Gold Summary for Aug. 29, 2014
Argonaut Gold works on expanding production in Mexico. Osisko Gold Royalties starts making investments, buying stakes in Niogold and Falco Resources. Tirex Resources cheers an upcoming visit with businessmen by John Baird.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Aug. 29, 2014
Margaret Lake Diamonds has a deal to fish for diamonds on Canterra Minerals' Marlin play. Stornoway Diamond is drilling deeper into Renard-2. Graphite One Resources is drilling Graphite Creek. Canada Carbon touts its special graphite at Miller.
- Shell Summary for Aug. 28, 2014
Rocky Bellotti files a preliminary prospectus for his first capital pool shell, BFK Capital. Steve Bajic's Margaux Red Capital continues to climb.
- Energy Summary for Aug. 28, 2014
PetroChina says it will make a long-overdue $1.23-billion payment to Athabasca Oil soon. Africa Oil makes another oil discovery in Kenya. Mart Resources may soon have another asset in Nigeria, but its pipeline plans may have hit a snag.
- Gold Summary for Aug. 28, 2014
Quaterra Resources continues to push its fourth JV with Freeport-McMoRan. NV Gold starts drilling at Rattlesnake in Wyoming. Discovery Ventures works toward small-scale production in B.C., and David Wolfin restarts Avino in Mexico.
- Viosolar's Winsor to see Waltzer testify
Viosolar Inc.'s Caroline Winsor and Rick Walchuk will have a controversial witness at their trial. Kevin Waltzer, who was a figure in the case against Toronto's George Georgiou, is scheduled to testify.
- Gold Summary for Aug. 27, 2014
Serabi Gold is about to open its second Brazilian gold mine. Northern Superior continues its fight for $110-million in damages from Ontario, and Goldsource receives permits to mine in Guyana.
- Shell Summary for Aug. 27, 2014
Alfredo De Lucrezia's new capital pool shell, Manera Capital, will list on the TSX-V Thursday. It is the third capital pool shell to list this month and the 11th this year. Richard McGraw's Killbear Acquisition spends its treasury on shares of Yangaroo Inc.
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- Teslin River holders elect three directors, OK rollback
Teslin River Resources Corp. shareholders elected three directors at the AGM on Aug. 29. Shareholders also approved a one-for-four share rollback, which the company plans to apply to the TSX-V to effect immediately.
- Nordic loses $291,985 before tax in Q2
Nordic Oil & Gas Ltd. lost $291,985 before tax on revenue of $56,874 in the second quarter ended June 30, 2014. This compares with a loss of $194,346 before tax on revenue of $90,063 in the same year-ago quarter.
- Cameco's McArthur employee union rejects final offer
Cameco Corp.'s McArthur River mine's and Key Lake mill employees' union has rejected the company's final offer. The employees plan to begin a strike on Aug. 30.
- Med BioGene loses $57,060 (U.S.) in Q2
Med BioGene Inc. lost $57,060 (U.S.) in Q2 2014, compared with a loss of $139,171 (U.S.) in the same year-ago quarter. It lost $129,881 (U.S.) over the six months ended June 30, 2014, compared with $217,585 (U.S.) in the same year-ago period.
- Rooster loses $2.74-million in Q2
Rooster Energy Ltd. lost $2.74-million on revenue of $7.87-million in the second quarter ended June 30, 2014. This compares with a profit of $58,796 on revenue of $10.73-million in the same year-ago quarter.
- Tintina Resources investor to acquire 80 million units
Tintina Resources Inc. investor Sandfire Resources NL plans to acquire 80 million units at 20 cents per unit. Each unit contains one share, two-fourths of a warrant and one-half of another warrant. Sandfire will control 36 per cent of Tintina Resources.
- Clairvest receives $49-mm (U.S.) from LTR holders' sale
Clairvest Group Inc. and Clairvest Equity Partners III Limited Partnership have received $49.9-million (U.S.) from the sale by Light Tower Rentals shareholders of their equity. Clairvest continues to control 29.2 per cent of LTR.
- Poydras loses $9.36-million (U.S.) over six months
Poydras Gaming Finance Corp. lost $9.36-million (U.S.) or 12 U.S. cents per share over the six months ended June 30, 2014. It will hold a conference call Sept. 2 at 1:30 p.m. PT to discuss the financial results and events following the reverse takeover.
- Peak loses $271,021 in Q2
Peak Positioning Technologies Inc. lost $271,021 on Web development service revenue of $7,040 in the second quarter ended June 30, 2014. It lost $362,278 in the same year-ago quarter.
- Mountain China loses $2.11-million in Q2
Mountain China Resorts (Holding) Ltd. lost $2.11-million on revenue of $1,000 in the second quarter ended June 30, 2014. This compares with a loss of $5.5-million on revenue of $82,000 in the same year-ago quarter.
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