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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for June 24, 2016
Stornoway Diamond has begun commissioning its processing plant at Renard ahead of schedule. Vanadiumcorp Resource is back on the vanadium electrolyte bandwagon. Ashburton Ventures has more graphite assays from Buckingham.
- Gold Summary for June 24, 2016
Independence Gold has closed its $1.95-million placement with Goldcorp to cover exploration in Yukon. Lomiko Metals wants a gold partner for Vines Lake. Red Pine Exploration has assayed old core samples from its Wawa gold project in Northern Ontario.
- Energy Summary for June 24, 2016
Oil prices plunge on Britain's surprise exit from the EU. Twin Butte accepts a takeover offer with a huge flaw: the mere pittance promised to debentureholders. Arsenal Energy plans to merge with Lone Pine, owned by a company suing Canada itself.
- Shell Summary for June 24, 2016
Pat DiCapo's capital pool shell, POCML 3, will seek shareholder approval on July 12 for its QT with Neo Lithium. Marc Cernovitch and David Sidoo's capital pool shell, North South Petroleum, drops its Nevada lithium deal with Lithium X Energy.
- SEC target Heatherington sued over car crash
SEC target Colin Heatherington has found himself in the midst of new legal troubles over a car accident. According to a lawsuit in Victoria, he served alcohol to minors and allowed an intoxicated relative to drive.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for June 23, 2016
Canterra Minerals has filled its doughnut at Gwen with two pipes its predecessor company found in the mid-1990s. Great Lakes Graphite is seeking more cash. Cardiff Energy is acquiring a Quebec lithium prospect from Zimtu Capital.
- Gold Summary for June 23, 2016
TomaGold is acquiring a minority interest in the Sidace Lake gold project near Red Lake. Decade Resources has received high-grade assays from chip sampling on the Bow property in British Columbia. Premier Gold Mines has assay encouragement from McCoy-Cove in Nevada.
- Shell Summary for June 23, 2016
Michael Stein's shell, Cliffside Capital, receives shareholder approval for its QT with Toronto car loan provider AutoCapital Canada. Subscribers to last year's 30-cent private placement by Donald McInnes's shell, Blackstone Ventures, need more body cavities to fill.
- Energy Summary for June 23, 2016
Baytex battles the tax man. TransGlobe starts its "production recovery" mission in Egypt earlier than expected. Colombian producers expect to benefit from a historic peace agreement between the government and FARC, and Alvopetro toils away in Brazil.
- DuSolo sued by former CEO Friedlander
DuSolo Fertilizers Inc.'s former CEO, Eran Friedlander, has filed a lawsuit against the company over unpaid consulting fees. He says that DuSolo stopped paying his $11,250-per-month contract.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for June 22, 2016
CanAlaska Uranium is raising cash but De Beers will pay for work on its gem hunt near Lake Athabasca. Fjordland Exploration has hired an old diamond promoter as an adviser. Ashburton Ventures is still seeking cash for lithium exploration.
- Gold Summary for June 22, 2016
Metanor Resources has updated its resource estimate for the Barry deposit in northwestern Quebec. Aurvista Gold has begun its summer exploration program at Douay. Drilling is planned. Seabridge Gold has begun drilling at KSM and Iskut in northwestern British Columbia.
- Energy Summary for June 22, 2016
EnCana unloads Gordondale in Alberta and says it will hardly be missed. Birchcliff Energy welcomes Gordondale with open arms and plans two big equity financings. The Alberta Energy Regulator introduces new rules that will make buying assets much harder.
- Shell Summary for June 22, 2016
Charles Shin's capital pool shell, Gulfstream Acquisition, cancels its QT with Dundee Agricultural's beef, chicken and fish producer, Blue Goose. Dr. John Veltheer's shell, Lateral Gold, firms up its merger with logistics software developer CANHaul International.
- SEC fines Vancouver's Chapman $2.8-million (U.S.)
The SEC has imposed a permanent ban and $2.8-million (U.S.) in financial penalties on former Vancouver broker Brent Chapman. The regulator claimed that he sold millions of shares during the paid promotion of a purported coal company.
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