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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 29, 2017
North Arrow Minerals plans to raise millions for Naujaat, its Nunavut diamond project. Alabama Graphite has produced nearly pure graphite from its Coosa ore. Advantage Lithium has bought Cauchari, a lithium brine project in Argentina, from Orocobre.
- Gold Summary for March 29, 2017
Eastmain Resources has more high-grade gold at Eau Claire in Quebec. Torex Gold Resources has a resource estimate for Subsill in Mexico, and a plan to mine some of it soon. Iamgold has a high-grade hit at Saramacca in Suriname.
- Shell Summary for March 29, 2017
Connor Cruise's capital pool shell, Brassneck Capital, plans to acquire a marijuana consultancy called National Access Cannabis for the shell's QT. Todd Hilditch's capital pool shell, Riley Resources, closes its Nevada gold mining QT and resumes trading as a shell graduate.
- SEC wins $6.7-million (U.S.) penalty for Carrillo
The SEC has won a $6.7-million (U.S.) order against San Diego lawyer Luis Carrillo for helping with a 2011 pink sheets scheme. The sanction is far below the $16.2-million (U.S.) penalty the SEC previously sought.
- Energy Summary for March 29, 2017
Whitecap Resources receives a "very pleasant offer" from Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, who wants Alberta-headquartered companies to move to Saskatchewan. Parex Resources prepares for a busy second quarter. Canacol Energy releases mixed drill results.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 28, 2017
Tango Mining is tweaking its Oena deals again. Niocorp Developments has produced high-purity scandium oxide from its Elk Creek niobium project. Far Resources is proposing more drilling at Zoro, a lithium prospect in Manitoba.
- Gold Summary for March 28, 2017
Winston Gold Mining has received narrow but high-grade assays from its Winston project in Montana. Osisko Mining has drilled more high-grade gold at Windfall Lake in Quebec. Barkerville Gold Mines has some high-grade assays from Island Mountain in the Cariboo district.
- Shell Summary for March 28, 2017
Donald Gee's capital pool shell, Javelle Capital, renames itself Kenadyr Mining. It is working on a Kyrgyzstani gold QT. Hani Zabaneh's shell, Black Springs Capital, closes its Quebec gold QT. Andy Edelmeier's shell, Accend Capital, replaces its founding directors.
- Energy Summary for March 28, 2017
Steelhead LNG's proposed Sarita project wins the support of the local Huu-ay-aht Indian tribe. Alberta Montney producer Seven Generations Energy is a partial owner of Steelhead. In the B.C. Montney, Chinook Energy drops on disappointing test results.
- CMKM defendant Turino receives six years
CMKM Diamonds Inc. defendant Jeffrey Turino has received a sentence of six years. The judge also ordered him to pay $35-million (U.S.) in restitution.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for March 27, 2017
Rockwell Diamonds is again fighting its former contractor in court. Eurotin is seeking cash to advance its Oropesa tin project in Spain. Fieldex Exploration is after cash for its Quebec projects. Focus Graphite needs more cash for Lac Knife in Quebec.
- Shell Summary for March 27, 2017
Gary MacDonald's capital pool shell, Aintree Resources, arranges a Nevada gold mining QT.
Ken Ralfs's NEX shell, Angel Bioventures, shoots up to $1.90 from one cent on two weeks of thin trading. Tomorrow, it will split 5 for 1 and change its name to Abraplata Resource.
- Gold Summary for March 27, 2017
Pure Gold Mining has new assays from Madsen that boost the prospects of the Russet South zone. Monarques Gold is cheering its latest assays from Croinor in Quebec. Endeavour Silver has a maiden resource estimate and a preliminary study for El Compas in Mexico.
- Energy Summary for March 27, 2017
The billionaire Seymour Schulich buys another 2.5 million shares of Birchcliff Energy. Perpetual Energy's "ambitious" 2017 program impresses an analyst. Touchstone Exploration enjoys insider buying as it embarks on this year's drill program in Trinidad.
- Kinder Morgan wins appeal over Burnaby Mountain work
Kinder Morgan Inc.'s Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC has won a legal victory against the City of Burnaby. The Court of Appeal has ruled that the city had no grounds to impose its bylaws on work at Burnaby Mountain.
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