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- Gold Summary for Sept. 19, 2014
Oceanagold says it was one of Alacer's rejected suitors. Imperial Metals' Mount Polley miners are eager to return to work, and Pretium Resources, halfway through its public-comment period, receives the right-of-way from Auramex Resources.
- Energy Summary for Sept. 19, 2014
North Sea-focused Ithaca Energy edges up as Scotland rejects independence. Iona Energy dreams of doubling production and starting a dividend. Spyglass Resources enjoys insider buying, and TransCanada's U.S. application for Keystone XL turns six years old.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 19, 2014
Pat DiCapo, who recently launched Bedrocan Cannabis through his POCML 2 shell, files a preliminary prospectus for his third shell, POCML 3. Dundee Securities is handling the $300,000 IPO. Tom Bryson's shell graduate, Enerdynamic Hybrid, continues to be an active trader.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 19, 2014
Kennady Diamonds is raising $5-million for an expanded Kelvin drill program. Matica Enterprises is happy again with its Grumpy Lizard. Alabama Graphite has acquired the old Bama graphite mine. Fairmont Resources has another vanadium-titanium-iron prospect at Buttercup.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 18, 2014
Alacer Gold says it is being pursued but it is not interested right now. Pacific Ridge options one of its Yukon properties to Centerra Gold. Strikepoint has a busier-than-usual day and Frontline might have trouble selling its Malian property.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 18, 2014
Peter Hinam's Turquoise Capital plans to acquire rights to wireless technology from Vigil Technologies as its QT. Providing the deal closes, Mr. Hinam will have more time to tend to his MMJ Bioscience, a budding medical marijuana company with a laboratory in Duncan.
- Energy Summary for Sept. 18, 2014
Penn West finishes its accounting review and says there is no effect on this year's guidance. Manitok Energy tests its second horizontal well at Entice. Environmentalists prepare to assault the eyes and ears of New York and Nebraska.
- Diamonds & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 18, 2014
Lucara Diamond has two new kimberlite projects near its Karowe mine in Botswana. Adent Capital is closer to becoming Proxima Diamonds, but needs cash. Graphite One Resources has extra cash for its graphite hunt. Star Minerals Group needs more cash for Hoidas Lake.
- Finavera sued by Capital West over $550,000 fee
Finavera Wind Energy Inc. is a defendant in a lawsuit from Capital West Partners over a $550,000 fee. According to the suit Finavera owes the money for financial advisory services.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 17, 2014
Daniel Drimmer files a preliminary prospectus for his new capital pool shell, Campar Capital. Raymond James is handling the shell's $400,000 IPO of 10-cent shares.
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- Slate Retail to buy Smithfield Shopping Plaza
Slate Retail REIT has agreed to buy the Smithfield Shopping Plaza in Smithfield, Va., for $13.95-million (U.S.).
- GTA Resources and Mining starts work program at Ivanhoe
GTA Resources and Mining Inc. has started a work program at its Ivanhoe property in Ontario. The company is performing prospecting at the northern part of the project and sampling of old drill core.
- CIBC becomes observer of green bond principles
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's wholesale
banking arm CIBC World Markets Inc. has become a registered observer of the green bond principles. The principles are voluntary guidelines for the green bond
- Altius Minerals options 90% of Telkwa to Telkwa Coal
Altius Minerals Corp. is optioning 90 per cent of its Telkwa project in B.C. to Telkwa Coal Ltd. Altius will keep a 10-per-cent share of the project and a price-based royalty of up to 1.5 per cent. Telkwa Coal has agreed to pay $10-million for the option.
- Niocorp releases 43-101 resource estimate for Elk Creek
Niocorp Developments Ltd. has released a 43-101 resource study for its Elk Creek deposit estimating indicated resources of 28.2 million tonnes at 0.63 per cent Nb2O5. It estimates indicated resources of 132.8 million tonnes at 0.55 per cent Nb2O5.
- Post says WestJet, Air Canada go with the flow on fees
- WSP Global closes $502-million public offering
WSP Global Inc. has closed a $502-million public offering consisting of 14 million subscription receipts at $35.85 each. The company will use the proceeds for its previously announced acquisition of Parsons Brinckerhoff Group Inc.
- Boston Pizza to buy back up to 1.38 million units
Boston Pizza Royalties Income Fund plans to buy back up to 1.38 million units for cancellation between Sept. 25, 2014, and Sept. 24, 2015. The fund may buy up to 5,995 units per day.
- Post says Shaw, rivals ponder CRTC's on-line threat
- Globe says Express Scripts has a rival in Catamaran
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