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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for April 29, 2016
New Nadina Explorations is at risk of running out the clock on Monument's five-year land use permit. Orbite Technologies is in line to get $15-million from the Quebec government. NRG Metals wants to drill a Quebec graphite prospect.
- Gold Summary for April 29, 2016
Columbus Gold has received encouraging assays from Eastside in Nevada. Avnel Gold Mining has Malian approval for its environmental and socioeconomic assessments of its Kalana Main gold project. Argonaut Gold has updated its dream sheet for the San Agustin project in Mexico.
- Shell Summary for April 29, 2016
Paul Larkin's capital pool shell, Capstream Ventures, submits a QT filing statement for its plan to become an investment issuer. Its initial investment targets are Axion Games, a Chinese video game maker, and Innovega Inc., a U.S. augmented reality eyewear developer.
- Energy Summary for April 29, 2016
Canacol Energy boosts its budget and works on the next leg of its gassy expansion plans in Colombia. Gran Tierra prays for peace in Colombia and mulls its summer drilling plans. Falcon Oil looks forward to the coming year in Australia.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Apr. 28, 2016
Tsodilo Resources is seeking cash. Some is needed for a BK-16 drill program. Dajin Resources is touting surface sampling at Teels Marsh in Nevada. Wealth Minerals is acquiring a Chilean lithium prospect.
- Gold Summary for Apr. 28, 2016
Asanko Gold has received encouraging assays from a satellite zone at its Asanko mine in Ghana. Dios Exploration is acquiring the Clarkie gold prospect in Quebec. Silvercrest Metals has sampled high-grade silver at Las Chispas in Mexico.
- Shell Summary for April 28, 2016
Kevin Russell's capital pool shell, Wise Oakwood Ventures, has closed its acquisition of veterinary drug developer Zomedica Pharmaceuticals. The combined company expects to begin trading on May 2.
- Energy Summary for April 28, 2016
Parex Resources continues to expand in Colombia and vows a near-term budget boost. MEG Energy swings to a profit in the first quarter thanks to foreign exchange; its operations continue to lose money. Granite Oil says its dividend is safer than ever.
- RBC sued for wrongful dismissal, again
RBC Dominion Securities Ltd. has found itself the target of another wrongful dismissal lawsuit. Eric Choi, an employee of five years, says his branch manager dismissed him without any warning and for no good reason.
- SEC facing court battle with Mulholland's wife
The SEC will have to fight the wife of securities violator Gregg Mulholland for title to the West Vancouver home that it claims he owns. The wife, Delia Mulholland, says that the house belongs to her.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for April 27, 2016
Rockwell Diamonds had a slightly better final quarter in fiscal 2016 but it still lags the year before. Saint Jean Carbon is seeking exploration and sustaining cash. Belmont Resources is touting Nevada lithium. So is Nevada Energy Metals.
- Gold Summary for April 27, 2016
Roxgold has a maiden resource estimate for a satellite deposit at Yaramoko in Burkina Faso. California Gold Mining has intersected more gold at Fremont in California. A resource estimate will follow. Miranda Gold is set to start drilling at Cerro Oro.
- Shell Summary for April 27, 2016
Benoit Chotard's capital pool shell, Orletto Capital, has released the terms of its acquisition of plant-based-drug developer Devonian Health. Orletto's shareholders will receive two million resulting issuer shares, while Devonian's shareholders will receive 38 million.
- Energy Summary for April 27, 2016
Cenovus Energy pats itself on the back for its first quarter cost cuts and finds a new reason to postpone some of its oil sands expansions. Gear Energy lays out a five-year production plan. Leucrotta Exploration continues to climb.
- TD defeats lawsuit over option gone awry
TD Waterhouse Canada Inc. has defeated a lawsuit from Frank Turkson, an investor who blamed the firm for an option trade that ended in disaster. A judge has determined that Mr. Turkson misunderstood options trading.
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