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- Shell Summary for April 24, 2015
Jeremy Ford's Clear Gold plans to roll back 1:2 and acquire Whale Shark Environmental Technologies, which builds machines for cleaning barnacles and gunk off ships' bottoms. The shell is now searching for investors for a $2.5-million private placement priced at 25 cents.
- Gold Summary for April 24, 2015
Yamana Gold offers $17-million to acquire Ewan Downie's Mega Precious Metals. Noront faces a rival bidder in Ontario. Bullman Minerals arranges a $7.2-million financing, and AurCrest Gold plans to make Lac Seul member Chris Angeconeb president.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Apr. 24, 2015
Kennady Diamonds has diamond counts from two new areas at Kelvin. Peregrine Diamonds is drilling the fourth of six CH-7 mini-bulk holes. American Vanadium has raised some cash for CellCube sales. Orbite Aluminae will have first quarter results and a plant update next week.
- Multivision's Nazerali denies Imagis an "obvious pump"
Multivision Communications Corp.'s Aly Nazerali testified Friday on Imagis Technologies' 2002 go-private offer from Pembridge. He denied defence lawyer Roger McConchie's claims that he knew "from day one" that Pembridge's founder was "running a scam."
- Gold Summary for April 23, 2015
Barrick Gold faces more environmental violations in Chile. Cash-rich Sunward Resources receives a $25-million takeover bid from Thomas Kaplan's NovaCopper. Stakeholder Gold hires Shawn Ryan and his Yukon exploration company.
- Shell Summary for April 23, 2015
Marc Cernovitch's Valor Ventures has new five-cent shareholders following a recent 1:5 rollback and subsequent 22-million-share financing. Paul Rosen's shell graduate, PharmaCan Capital, sells an 80-per-cent interest in its MMPR-licensed In the Zone Produce.
- Multivision's Nazerali quizzed on "horrendous losses"
Multivision Communications Ltd.'s Aly Nazerali answered questions on Thursday afternoon about "horrendous losses" investors suffered from a 1980s boiler room. He also testified about his involvement in Even Resources, a VSE listing that went to $1.20.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Apr. 23, 2015
Margaret Lake Diamonds has a dozen drill targets on its diamond play near Gahcho Kue. RB Energy is slipping closer to bankruptcy. Dajin Resources has assayed lithium at its Alkali Lake play in Nevada. Big North Graphite plans a rollback.
- Multivision's Nazerali questioned over site injunction
Multivision Communications Corp.'s Aly Nazerali continued to testify Thursday about his injunction application to shut down the Deep Capture website. Defence lawyer Roger McConchie compared the application with other documents provided by Mr. Nazerali.
- BCSC-banned Briner found guilty of misconduct
BCSC-banned lawyer John Briner has been found guilty of professional misconduct by the Law Society of British Columbia. The society says that he misappropriated $50,439 in client money.
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