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- Former broker Jones to face Harper Grey in court
Former broker Catherine Jones is scheduled to be in court on May 10, 2017, in a dispute with her one-time law firm, Harper Grey. The firm is seeking to collect an unpaid legal bill, but Ms. Jones claims that her lawyer, Rod Anderson, was negligent.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for April 25, 2017
Mountain Province Diamonds has acknowledged its Gahcho Kue diamond prices are selling at a bargain. American Vanadium is going through the change. Alabama Graphite touts purity at Coosa. Blackheath Resources is raising cash.
- Gold Summary for April 25, 2017
Pilot Gold has another batch of assays from Goldstrike in Utah. Teranga Gold has assays from its Golden Hill project in Burkina Faso. Osisko Mining has received more high-grade assays from its Windfall Lake gold project in Quebec.
- Shell Summary for April 25, 2017
Ron Schmeichel's capital pool shell, Mira VII Acquisition, has released the terms of its QT with Montreal-based food delivery company Goodfood Market. The shell will roll back 1 for 22.2222. Last month, the target sold $21.08-million worth of subscription receipts at $2.
- Energy Summary for April 25, 2017
A Cenovus shareholder lambasts the company's proposed $17.7-billion asset acquisition and raises the spectre of a board overhaul. Painted Pony awaits a decision on a sizable credit increase. Madalena Energy, needing cash, unloads shares of Point Loma.
- SEC target Gallison to pay $920,101 (U.S.)
SEC target Harold Gallison Jr. will end up paying at least part of the $1.7-million forfeiture order imposed on him for the Moneyline Brokers scheme. Prosecutors have obtained a court order to seize accounts worth $920,101 (U.S.).
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for April 24, 2017
Peregrine Diamonds is keeping its eye on Botswana gems. Saint Jean Carbon touts testing of graphene for use in batteries. Nouveau Monde Graphite makes plans to build a demonstration plant for Matawinie in Quebec.
- Gold Summary for April 24, 2017
Semafo has cut its production forecast for Mana in Burkina Faso after its grades have proven variable. East Africa Metals has received encouraging assays from Adyabo in Ethiopia. Cornerstone Capital Resources has drilled gold and copper at Cascabel in Ecuador.
- Shell Summary for April 24, 2017
Larry Doan's shell, Marching Moose Capital, rolls back 1 for 2. It is working on a gold mining QT. Mr. Doan's other shell, Flying Monkey Capital, drops its QT with a maker of pain relief creams. Mr. Doan's shell-making partner, David Smalley, has now left both shells.
- Energy Summary for April 24, 2017
Cenovus Energy mulls more asset sales and hints that a dividend change could be on the way next year. The Lundins' International Petroleum enjoys its first day of trading and considers asset acquisitions. Delphi Energy expands its board.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for April 21, 2017
New Nadina Explorations is seeking an extension to its unused land use permit for Monument. Energizer Resources has a new mine plan for its Molo graphite project in Madagascar. Rock Tech Lithium has sampled more lithium at Georgia Lake.
- Shell Summary for April 21, 2017
Dr. Albert Friesen adjusts the IPO price for his fourth capital pool shell, Buffalo Capital, to 20 cents from 25 cents. Chris Dobbin's shell graduate, Nova Leap Health, is doing well so far for its IPO shareholders.
- Gold Summary for April 21, 2017
Treasury Metals is seeking $8-million for work at its Goliath gold project in Northwestern Ontario. Aton Resources has assays of gold and silver from its Egypt play. Arizona Mining has received encouraging assays of silver and base metals at Hermosa in Arizona.
- Energy Summary for April 21, 2017
Baytex Energy reaches its lowest level in over a year as investors wonder how incoming CEO Ed LaFehr will defeat the debt load. TransGlobe Energy basks in analyst attention. SDX Energy has high hopes in Egypt, and Ikkuma Resources lays out plans for 2017.
- Gravis merger lands in finder's fee dispute
Gravis Energy Corp.'s merger with Biocurepharm Corp. is the subject of a lawsuit filed on Tuesday. Former broker Stephen Toban claims that he is entitled to a $419,887 (U.S.) fee.
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