- Gold Summary for July 30, 2021
Oceanagold scored a profit, Eldorado Gold a loss. Goliath Resources has eyeballed encouraging drill core at Golddigger, assays are yet to come. Lucky Minerals has sampled high-grade gold at Wayka; Fosterville South Exploration has higher-grade assays from Providence.
- IIROC finds Shields liable after options trades go awry
IIROC has found against former R.J. O'Brien & Associates Canada Inc. employee Yonathan Shields over an options strategy that fell apart in 2018. Clients suffered losses that totalled $1.3-million (U.S.).
- Cannabis Summary for July 29, 2021
Tilray stokes U.S. acquisition rumours and delays a much-hyped special meeting on its share count. Cronos and Heritage Cannabis talk product launches. Aleafia Health finally finds a chairman to replace the long-gone (and little-missed) Julian Fantino.
- Energy Summary for July 29, 2021
Suncor suffers another stumble at Fort Hills. Cenovus Energy and Whitecap Resources hike their production guidance. Athabasca Oil and Cardinal Energy mull debt and dividends, respectively, and Spartan Energy is buying Velvet Energy for $743-million.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 29, 2021
North Arrow is quiet, but apparently still hopeful, about its Mel project in central Nunavut. The company's refinery and cobalt exploration plans have First Cobalt helping with a mushroom study in Ontario. Alphamin Resources has more high-grade tin at Mpama South.
- Gold Summary for July 29, 2021
Kirkland Lake Gold moved higher on record a quarterly profit and production. Sokoman Minerals had a good day on the heels of assays from Moosehead in Newfoundland. Cabral Gold has new assays from MG at Cuiu Cuiu in Brazil. Aurion Resources has a new gold hit at Aamurusko.
- BCSC wins decision on Bridgemark group asset freeze
The BCSC has won a court ruling arising from asset freeze orders it imposed as part of its case against the Bridgemark group. The freeze had drawn complaints of the potential for "abusive state conduct."
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 28, 2021
Tres-Or Resources is mum about its planned follow-up drill program at Guigues, in Quebec. Canada Carbon is cheering an arranged equity drawdown agreement that could provide $5-million in cash. Jervois Mining is acquiring Freeport Cobalt. Marvel Discovery is back at Duhamel.
- Cannabis Summary for July 28, 2021
Tilray garners impressed (or relieved) reactions to its fiscal year-end financials. Seth Rogen's Houseplant snips its three-year relationship with Canopy Growth. Valens signs a manufacturing agreement with Harvest One for cannabis-infused skin cream.
- Energy Summary for July 28, 2021
Ovintiv hikes its dividend, even as hedging losses tip it into the red during the second quarter. Crescent Point increases its production guidance. Tamarack Valley toasts a "very strong quarter" and shuffles its management.
- Gold Summary for July 28, 2021
Gold Bull Resources has new assays from its Sandman project in Nevada, adding hope for an expanded ounce count at the Abel Knoll area. Orla Mining has a prefeasibility study for its Cerro Quema project in Panama, replacing a seven-year-old version.
- SEC freezes Abujudeh's bank, brokerage accounts
The SEC has obtained a court order freezing bank and brokerage accounts belonging to Charlie Abujudeh, a California man accused of running the fraudulent promotion of three stocks. Among them is a Calgary cannabis listing.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for July 27, 2021
Altius Minerals' diamond subsidiary, Adia Resources, has been deathly quiet about its Lynx project in Manitoba. Gungnir Resources is set to start drilling at its Lappvattnet nickel project in Sweden. Quaterra Resources is looking at a drought at its copper plays in Nevada.
- Gold Summary for July 27, 2021
Erdene Resource Development has new and encouraging assays from Dark Horse Mane at Bayan Khundii in Mongolia. First Mining Gold and its Australian partner have new assays from Pickle Crow in Northwestern Ontario.
- SEC defendant Hastings protests "cover-story" evidence
SEC defendant Jeffrey Hastings, awaiting a criminal trial in New York for a $100-million (U.S.) fraud, has complained to the judge about efforts by prosecutors to introduce evidence of a "cover-story" he and others came up with at a Toronto hotel.
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