- Energy Summary for Nov. 30, 2021
November ends with a fizzle, as oil prices see their biggest one-month drop in nearly two years. MEG Energy talks up its 2022 budget and its hazy plans to reward shareholders. Michigan abandons a lawsuit (but not its fight) against Enbridge's Line 5.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 30, 2021
Lucara Diamond has set its 2022 guidance -- more of the same for Karowe, which is not a bad thing. Nuinsco Resources has new assays from Prairie Lake in Northern Ontario. Montero Mining and Exploration is off to arbitration over Wigu Hill in Tanzania.
- Nevada Lithium, Purewal no longer headed to court
Nevada Lithium Resources Inc. is no longer facing a lawsuit from Amardeep Purewal, a Vernon resident who complained that the company failed to deliver shares he had purchased.
- Cannabis Summary for Nov. 30, 2021
Ayr Wellness and other U.S. cannabis companies slump as U.S. lawmakers bicker. Trulieve Cannabis trumpets its first ESG report, while making eyes at the Nasdaq. Harborside is expanding, rebranding and raising $10-million (U.S.).
- Gold Summary for Nov. 30, 2021
Tudor Gold and its co-venturers have new assays from Treaty Creek in northwestern B.C. Andean Precious Metals has new assays from San Pablo and Rio Blanco in Bolivia.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 29, 2021
Oil prices claw back some of Friday's lost ground, while traders keep their eyes on this week's OPEC+ meeting. Enbridge loses its battle to overhaul the Mainline. Vermilion Energy plans a gassy acquisition in Europe and revives its dividend.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 29, 2021
RJK Explorations is looking to Hollywood to help promote its Ontario diamond hunt. A new day, another new high-tech plan for MGX Minerals. Western Magnesium is touting magnesium production -- just not its own, it appears. Imperial Mining Group has a new director.
- IIROC pursues R.J. O'Brien for supervisory failures
IIROC has filed a case against R.J. O'Brien & Associates Canada Inc., a Toronto brokerage at the centre of a series of options trades gone awry. IIROC cites the firm for supervision failures.
- Cannabis Summary for Nov. 29, 2021
High Tide closes its largest acquisition of the year, buying NuLeaf for $31.2-million (U.S.). Fire & Flower plans a 1-for-10 rollback to meet Nasdaq listing standards. IM Cannabis trumpets regulatory approval to import Canadian cannabis into Israel.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 29, 2021
Superior Gold has scored some new high-grade zones from underground drilling at its Plutonic mine in Western Australia. Meridian Mining has upped the grade from a higher-grade zone in a reassessment of earlier assays from its Cabacal project in Brazil.
- Cannabis Summary for Nov. 26, 2021
The U.S. Senate and the Mexican government both move closer to cannabis reform. Hexo faces questions in Quebec over alleged links to the Hells Angels. Greenway Greenhouse is "thrilled" with its first financials since going public.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 26, 2021
Rough diamond prices are hot, but the sector is not. Lithium Americas, looking to acquire Millennial Lithium, also has its eyes on Arena Minerals and its Argentine lithium prospect. Canalaska Uranium is picking up new ground in Northern Saskatchewan.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 26, 2021
Oil prices tumble during an unusually volatile post-Thanksgiving session. Cenovus Energy promotes its investor day on Dec. 8. Gran Tierra unloads its remaining interest in Petrotal, and Pat Carlson looks to take his next promotion public.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 26, 2021
New Found Gold has bought back some royalties and has a bullish major shareholder, but its stock is still southbound. Spearmint Resources dropped on word that it has a drill permit for its Perron East gold project in Quebec. Drilling will start next month.
- BCSC wins court case over U.S. info sharing
The BCSC has won a court order compelling Burnaby's Harish Tak to answer questions about his trading in two companies, including one that is the subject of a U.S. case. Mr. Tak had complained that the BCSC will share his statements with U.S. authorities.
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