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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for May 24, 2016
Honey Badger Exploration has begun work at its LG diamond project in Quebec. Archon Minerals is cheering the latest approval for Jay. Matica Enterprises and Cache Exploration have separated after a brief option affair.
- Gold Summary for May 24, 2016
Victoria Gold has received more gold assays from Dublin Gulch in Yukon. Erdene Resource Development has a new batch of assays from Bayan Khundii in Mongolia. Pilot Gold has promotable assays from Goldstrike in Nevada.
- Shell Summary for May 24, 2016
Vancouver shell-packager Emprise Capital's NEX shell, Quentin Ventures, has closed its acquisition of an e-mail encryption software company. The shell has assumed the name of its target and will resume trading tomorrow as Identillect Technologies.
- Energy Summary for May 24, 2016
Wildfire-affected oil sands producers prepare to re-enter evacuated work camps around Fort McMurray. Long Run Exploration extends its proposed takeover by Sinoenergy, again. A Texas court orders Niko Resources to pay $20-million to a drilling contractor.
- SEC target Bandfield admits to money laundering
SEC target Bob Bandfield has pleaded guilty to a $250-million (U.S.) offshore money laundering scheme. Prosecutors said that he was the architect of an operation that aided over 40 manipulations.
- SEC target Verdmont seeks dismissal, claims poverty
SEC target Verdmont Capital SA has asked the judge to dismiss charges stemming from a $75-million (U.S.) scheme. It says that it is nearly broke and that there is nothing to the case.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for May 20, 2016
CanAlaska Uranium has landed De Beers as a partner on its Athabasca diamond play in northwestern Saskatchewan. Fjordland Exploration is making Athabasca an area play. Great Thunder Gold is rumbling about a lithium prospect near Whabouchi in Quebec.
- Gold Summary for May 20, 2016
Alexandria Minerals is optioning three of its Quebec gold prospects to Quinto Real Capital. Algold Resources has begun drilling four targets at its Tijirit gold project in Mauritania. Ximen Mining will unload its periphery projects to concentrate on Brett.
- Shell Summary for May 20, 2016
Chris Wolfenberg's capital pool shell, Golden Sun, will roll back 1 for 2 as part of its QT with B.C. barite explorer Voyageur Industrial. Ron Birch's NEX shell, Big Bar, has received conditional TSX-V approval for its acquisition of medical device patents from CVR Global.
- Energy Summary for May 20, 2016
An analyst says Cardinal Energy is more like a shark -- it must keep moving (in this case buying assets) to stay alive. Bellatrix Exploration files a prospectus for potential offerings of up to $500-million. Pine Cliff and Pengrowth enjoy insider buying.
- RBC says it fired former VP Lone for dishonesty
RBC Dominion Securities Inc. says that it fired former VP Rocky Lone because of dishonesty and his failure to disclose a $692,613 debt to the CRA. Mr. Lone also caused $277,373 in improper client losses, according to RBC.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for May 19, 2016
Kennady Diamonds has more drilling encouragement at its Kennady North project in the Northwest Territories. Great Atlantic Resources is touting lithium assays at its tungsten project in Newfoundland. Mkango Resources will consolidate and then sell more stock.
- Gold Summary for May 19, 2016
NuLegacy Gold has begun drilling its Iceberg gold project in Nevada. Terrax Minerals has received more assay encouragement from its Yellowknife City gold project. Asanko Gold is deferring a loan payment to speed up an expansion at its Ghana gold mine.
- Shell Summary for May 19, 2016
Marc Cernovitch and David Sidoo's capital pool shell, North South Petroleum, is acquiring an option for 50 per cent of Lithium X Energy's CVL South property in Nevada. The shell is selling $4-million worth of shares at 25 cents.
- Energy Summary for May 19, 2016
Spartan Energy seeks to expand in Saskatchewan by buying Wyatt Oil. Husky Energy reportedly nears deals to sell $400-million worth of assets. NuVista puts non-Montney assets in Alberta up for sale, and Niko Resources has an interesting day.
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- Pennine lowers price of placement units to two cents
Pennine Petroleum Corp. has lowered the price of its private placement units to two cents from three cents each. It is still seeking to issue 50 million units, and each unit still consists of one share and one warrant exercisable at five cents a share.more...
- Northern Vertex arranges $7.5M debenture placement
Northern Vertex Mining Corp. has arranged a $7.5-million private placement of $100 five-year 5-per-cent convertible debentures. It plans to use the proceeds for its Moss mine gold-silver property in Arizona and for corporate expenses.more...
- Antrim Energy talks cash flow from ops in Q1 report
Antrim Energy Inc. had cash flow from operations of negative $1.02-million (U.S.) in the first quarter ended March 31, 2016, compared with $469,000 (U.S.) a year earlier. The company had working capital of $9.23-million (U.S.) at March 31, 2016.more...
- Stock Pickers refreshes Mitel Networks buy
- Candente Gold grants options to buy 5.25 million shares
Candente Gold Corp. has granted options to buy 5.25 million shares at five cents per share until May 20, 2026. The company granted the options to its directors, officers, members of management, as well as consultants.more...
- Stock Pickers says buy Iamgold
- Stock Pickers refreshes Yamana Gold buy
- Kwantes refreshes Columbus Gold buy
- Maple Leaf Green has TSX-V OK for $600,000 offering
Maple Leaf Green World Inc. has received TSX-V approval for its $600,000 private placement. It issued six million units at 10 cents per unit, including 700,000 units to insiders.more...
- First Choice receives partial CTO lifting for financing
First Choice Products Inc. has received a partial lifting of the cease trade order issued by the BCSC only. It will seek to raise $60,000 through a private placement at 2.5 cents per share for B.C. residents.more...
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