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- Gold Summary for Dec. 6, 2016
Probe Metals has new assays from Val d'Or East in Quebec that could expand the deposit. Newcastle Gold has another batch of gold assays from Castle Mountain in California. IDM Mining has hit higher-grade gold in step-out drilling at Red Mountain in British Columbia.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Dec. 6, 2016
Kivalliq Energy has dusted off an old diamond hunt at Angilak. MGX Minerals has new magnesium oxide assays from Driftwood in British Columbia. Geomega Resources has settled a lawsuit with stock.
- Shell Summary for Dec. 6, 2016
Capital pool shell BTU Capital has dropped its fourth QT attempt. The shell's founder, Walter Brenner, was banned from trading securities and holding directorships for two years in July, 2014. Mr. Brenner left BTU Capital to his colleague, Michael England.
- BCSC's two luckiest ex-brokers avoid penalty
Two former B.C. brokers have much to be thankful for after they and their Panamanian brokerage firm, Verdmont Capital SA, came to the attention of the BCSC. The regulator sanctioned the firm for its dodgy business instead of its two principals.
- Energy Summary for Dec. 6, 2016
Cardinal Energy spuds its first well in the Mitsue area and continues to firm up its plans for 2017. The gas-focused Pine Cliff Energy unloads a non-core oil asset for $31.4-million. U.S. Oil Sands' major investor throws it a lifeline, again.
- Emerald Health's Huang named in stock option suit
Emerald Health Therapeutics Inc.'s CEO has landed in a lawsuit over a stock option. A private company claims that it received an option on 830,000 shares as a finder's fee, but has been unable to exercise that option.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Dec. 5, 2016
Crystal Exploration is raising cash for its Nunavut diamond plays. Saint Jean Carbon is after more cash to advance its Quebec graphite projects. Cypress Development needs cash to explore its Nevada lithium projects.
- Shell Summary for Dec. 5, 2016
Another capital pool shell has arranged a cannabis QT: Paul Barbeau's nine-year-old Panda Capital plans to acquire ABcann Medicinals of Napanee, Ont. To close the deal, the shell must raise $5-million. It has not yet set the financing terms.
- Energy Summary for Dec. 5, 2016
Bellatrix Exploration sells another non-core asset in Alberta. The buyer this time is TransGlobe Energy, re-entering Canada after several years abroad in Egypt and Yemen. Northern Blizzard cuts its dividend but promises a share buyback.
- Gold Summary for Dec. 5, 2016
Columbus Gold has a first resource estimate for its Eastside gold project in Nevada. Osisko Mining has received encouraging gold assays from Windfall Lake in Quebec. Semafo has new gold assays from its advanced Natougou project in Burkina Faso.
- Stompy Bot denies owing anything to Stockhouse
Stompy Bot Corp. denies that it owes unpaid advertising fees to Stockhouse Publishing Ltd. It says that Stockhouse failed to deliver any services.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Dec. 2, 2016
Honey Badger Exploration likes its targets at the LG diamond project in Quebec, but it is evasive about drill plans. Manganese X Energy has a new name and a new manganese play in New Brunswick. Altair Resources is touting Virium for lithium.
- Gold Summary for Dec. 2, 2016
Ximen Mining is optioning Treasure Mountain to New Destiny Mining. Gold Bullion Development has begun drilling at Granada, near Rouyn-Noranda. Gold Reserve had a good day after its management reassured investors that Venezuela will pay up soon.
- Shell Summary for Dec. 2, 2016
Scott Tannas's shell, Western Investment, releases the terms of its QT with GlassMasters Autoglass and ARG Wholesale: The shell will pay $12.81-million for a 50.1-per-cent interest in the two targets. Shell graduate YDreams Global is the third-busiest trader on the TSX-V.
- Energy Summary for Dec. 2, 2016
BlackPearl Resources takes an "excellent initial step" toward its phase 2 Onion Lake expansion. Africa Oil prepares to resume drilling this month in Kenya. Advantage Oil gets to work on its newly announced three-year plan.
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