- Energy Summary for Jan. 14, 2022
Pat Carlson brings his latest promotion to the market, as Kiwetinohk Energy notches its first trading day. PetroShale plans to recapitalize and hire the old management of TORC Oil. Obsidian Energy looks to list on the NYSE American.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Jan. 14, 2022
Lynx, in Northern Manitoba, has become an endangered species, says Altius Minerals. Shareholders of Bolt Metals will be eyeing up the proposed sale of Cyclops to Nickel Mines at a March meeting. Cypress Development is raising cash for its Clayton Valley lithium project.
- Cannabis Summary for Jan. 14, 2022
Ascend Wellness files a lawsuit against Medmen Enterprises, seeking to force it to close a previously announced asset sale in New York. Lowell Farms adds Jeff Monat to its board. The Driven-less Stem Holdings releases painful year-end financials.
- Gold Summary for Jan. 14, 2022
Fiore Gold has traded its last, Calibre Mining having closed its takeover bid. Scottie Resources has new assays from its Scottie project in B.C. Revival Gold is raising cash to advance its Beartrack-Arnett gold project in Idaho.
- Midpoint's Ivany wins order for Stockhouse users
Midpoint Holdings Ltd.'s president, Derek Ivany, has won a court order directing Stockhouse to hand over identifying information for two users. He says that the users were behind posts that accused him of running a pump-and-dump, among other things.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Jan. 13, 2022
North Arrow Minerals awaits its orangey-yellow promise at Naujaat. Alphamin Resources has declared a maiden dividend thanks to a solid year at its Bisie tin mine in the DRC. First Energy Metals has acquired an option on the Falcon Lake lithium project from Hemlo Explorers.
- Energy Summary for Jan. 13, 2022
Imperial Oil and Exxon put up to $1-billion in shale assets on the chopping block. Tamarack Valley unveils its 2022 guidance and launches a monthly dividend. Alvopetro talks up "exciting" plans in Brazil.
- Cannabis Summary for Jan. 13, 2022
Italy moves closer to a referendum on cannabis legalization. Halo Collective plans an expansion into "functional" beverages. Delta 9 touts rising (if preliminary) revenue, while Auxly Cannabis lays claim to a higher market share.
- Gold Summary for Jan. 13, 2022
New Found Gold has assays from another solitary hole drilled at Queensway. The grade was high, but the share price went lower. Rover Metals has assays from its Cabin project in the Northwest Territories. Northstar Gold has a long lower-grade hit at Miller near Kirkland Lake.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Jan. 12, 2022
KWG Resources sits on its chromite and diamond deposits as it cheers plans to light up the locals in the Ring of Fire district. Voyageur Pharmaceuticals has a dream sheet for its Frances Lake barium play in B.C. Frontier Lithium has produced concentrate from Spark and PAK.
- Energy Summary for Jan. 12, 2022
Another fund manager joins the chorus of predictions for triple-digit oil prices, while singling out MEG Energy, ARC Resources and Tamarack Valley for special attention. InPlay Oil unveils its 2022 guidance. Obsidian Energy continues to peck at its debt.
- SEC permanently bans Nonko defendant Armon
The SEC has entered an order permanently banning Ran Armon, a Toronto man charged over a phony on-line trading platform. The SEC claimed that he and others defrauded investors of $1.4-million (U.S.).
- Cannabis Summary for Jan. 12, 2022
Cannabis circles buzz about an early-stage study suggesting that cannabinoids can prevent or treat COVID-19. Charlotte's Web eyes "agility and growth" through a reorganization. Australis Capital enters the Asian market through a joint venture in Thailand.
- Gold Summary for Jan. 12, 2022
New Gold hit the low end of its reduced production target for 2021. Iamgold slid on word that it hit the high end of its reduced guidance -- and that its president and CEO has abruptly resigned. Filo Mining has a promotable silver hit at Filo del Sol in Argentina.
- IIROC orders R.J. O'Brien ex Shields to pay $139,054
IIROC has ordered former R.J. O'Brien employee Yonathan Shields to pay $139,054 and has suspended him for one year. Mr. Shields's clients suffered $1.22-million in losses when an unsuitable options strategy collapsed.
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