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- Shell Summary for Sept. 2, 2015
David Mitchell's Whiteknight Acquisitions III plans to acquire Dr. Joseph Gabriele's pain relief cream company, Delivra Inc. Two real estate investors, Philip Langridge and Brad Wise, have agreed to acquire cheap shares of Jeffrey Witherell's shell, Plymouth Realty.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 2, 2015
Theia Resources has begun drilling at 2 X Fred in central British Columbia. Goldsource Mines construction in Guyana is going well. Rockhaven Resources has wrapped up drilling at Klaza in Yukon.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 2, 2015
Shore Gold has its diamond counts from a spring drill program. Lithium Americas and Western Lithium USA got near unanimous support for their planned merger. Commerce Resources has more assays from its big Ashram deposit. Vanadiumcorp Resource plans a Lac Dore site tour.
- Energy Summary for Sept. 2, 2015
Parex Resources' joint venturer GeoPark trumpets two new oil discoveries at their shared block in Colombia. Manitok Energy faces production setbacks and seeks "recapitalization opportunities." Twin Butte Energy enjoys more insider buying.
- SEC fines, bans Ontario man for OTC-BB manipulations
The SEC has won a seven-year penny stock ban and $1.3-million (U.S.) in penalties against Ontario's George Tazbaz. The regulator claimed he was part of a $10.6-million (U.S.) scheme to manipulate two Chinese OTC-BB companies.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 1, 2015
Harry Dobson and Brian Hinchcliffe's Northern Aspect will launch Guy and Hugh Halford-Thompson's Blockchain Tech as its QT. Roy Sebag and Josh Crumb's Goldmoney Inc., formerly Bitgold Inc., lost $2.84-million in its quarter ended June 30.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 1, 2015
Kennady Diamonds drills more encouragement at Kelvin. Scandium International Mining has raised more cash for Nyngan. American Vanadium needs cash for filing fees at Gibellini. Bacanora Minerals has another lithium hit at Sonora.
- Energy Summary for Sept. 1, 2015
Penn West Petroleum takes its dividend off life support. Pengrowth Energy lowers its dividend for the second time this year. MEG Energy hires advisers to help sell its 50-per-cent-owned Access pipeline, and Pacific Exploration gains a new block in Peru.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 1, 2015
Integra Gold has new high-grade assays at Triangle. Mawson Resources also has assays, which it hopes will lead to a resource estimate at Palokas. First Mining Finance plans to acquire two companies with gold plays in Northwestern Ontario.
- SEC target Kueber surrenders in U.S., released on bond
SEC target Phil Kueber has appeared before a New York judge on charges stemming from the manipulation of Cynk Technology Corp. The judge released him on a $150,000 (U.S.) appearance bond.
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- Inovent Capital reaches settlement with Canada Jetlines
Inovent Capital Inc. has reached a settlement with Canada Jetlines Ltd. Jetlines has paid Inovent $25,000 and will pay a further $80,000 by Sept. 30, 2015, as well as issue 200,000 warrants. Upon payment, Inovent will dismiss the lawsuit without costs.more...
- Great Lakes to receive up to $30,000 from NRC-IRAP
Great Lakes Graphite Inc. will receive up to $30,000 from the NRC-IRAP for graphite purification R&D. It will conduct the R&D with Process Research Ortech.more...
- Maya closes second tranche of debenture conversion
Maya Gold & Silver Inc. has closed the second tranche of its conversion of debentures. It issued 12.83 million shares at 28 cents per share.more...
- Cda Strategic, Matamec complete exploration on Sakami
Canada Strategic Metals Inc. and Matamec Exploration Inc. have completed an exploration program on the Sakami Au project. The program consisted of mapping, sampling and survey work.more...
- NOVX21 directors, officers resign
NOVX21 Inc.'s directors and officers have resigned, other than secretary and director Rene Branchaud. The company has sold $106,750 worth of units, issuing 2.13 million units at five cents.more...
- Post says Bombardier JV wins train contract in China
- Post says Turquoise Hill awaits Rio Tinto buyout
- Slate Office closes $22.5MM sale of Milton property
Slate Office REIT has completed the sale of an industrial property in Milton Ont., for $22.5-million.more...
- Post says TD outlines why BCE should buy Manitoba Tel
- African Gold closes $1.23-million private placement
African Gold Group Inc. has closed a $1.23-million private placement consisting of 24.62 million units at five cents each. The company will use proceeds for a feasibility study of its Kobada Au project and working capital.more...
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