- Shell Summary for Sept. 25, 2020
Kapa Capital revises the terms of its California mining QT. Its target, Quantus Resources, is raising $2.8-million at 20 cents. Woodbridge Ventures submits a filing statement for its QT with Jack Nathan Medical.
- Energy Summary for Sept. 25, 2020
Tourmaline Oil's Topaz Energy files a prospectus for the oil patch's first significant IPO in two years. Pipestone Energy and Paramount Resources see Keyera reopen its Wapiti plant. Gear Energy boosts production amid higher heavy oil prices.
- Cannabis Summary for Sept. 25, 2020
Playboy busts into the fight for U.S. nationwide cannabis legalization. Supreme Cannabis has rising recreational revenues, but still no profits. Trulieve's CEO talks expansion plans, and Meta Growth urges shareholders to vote for the High Tide agreement.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 25, 2020
Hudson Resources has completed its refinancing needed to reopen its White Mountain anorthosite mine in Greenland. Scandium International Mining is touting electric vehicle batteries as a user of its scandium. Nouveau Monde Graphite is pleased with its little plant.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 25, 2020
Battle North Gold is pleased with new assays from Bateman, in Northwestern Ontario, which should add more ounces to the resource estimate. Cabral Gold has found several new veins near its MG deposit at Cuiu Cuiu in Brazil that could add more gold to that project.
- Advantage Lithium ex Sidoo reports to U.S. jail
Advantage Lithium Corp.'s former president, David Sidoo, has reported to a Seattle-area prison to begin serving his sentence for cheating the U.S. college admissions system. He admitted to paying a Florida man to write the SAT tests for his sons.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 24, 2020
Cann-is Capital arranges a QT with its former QT target, CWE European, a German hemp/CBD store operator. Cassowary Capital will hold a shareholders meeting on-line on Oct. 20 to seek approval for its Scottish mining QT.
- SEC defendant Mancino looks to avoid jail
SEC defendant Dennis Mancino, facing six years in jail for a 2018 pump-and-dump, has asked the judge to spare him prison. He says that his teenage son will have nowhere safe to go should he end up incarcerated.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Sept. 24, 2020
Cruz Cobalt is still pondering what it will do with its new diamond and cobalt properties. First Cobalt disagrees with Elon Musk and Tesla Motors over the future of cobalt in electric vehicles. On the other hand, Manganese X Energy is happy with Mr. Musk's thoughts.
- Cannabis Summary for Sept. 24, 2020
The CEO of Aurora Cannabis continues to plug his turnaround plan. C21 Investments turns a profit, but has grim news in Oregon. WeedMD taps a major shareholder for credit, and Vivo Cannabis closes a partial debt refinancing.
- Energy Summary for Sept. 24, 2020
The government's Throne Speech falls mostly flat in the oil patch. Vermilion Energy has unwelcome news in France. Touchstone Exploration investors and Reconnaissance Energy investors eagerly await their respective near-term wells in Trinidad and Namibia.
- Gold Summary for Sept. 24, 2020
West Red Lake Gold Mines slumped on so-so assays from Rowan, one of its Red Lake-area projects. Westhaven Gold has assays from a discovery hole into the Franz zone at its Shovelnose project, near Merritt in southwestern B.C.
- IIROC finds against Jones over hose business
IIROC has found that former Manulife Securities Inc. employee Alvin Jones violated the rules for outside businesses when he placed clients into a supposed high-tech hose company. His clients lost their entire investment.
- Shell Summary for Sept. 23, 2020
Marwest Apartment closes its $500,000 IPO at 50 cents and begins trading. Magnitude Mining submits a filing statement for its Peruvian mining QT with Pucara Resources. The shell and its target expect to close the QT next week. Pucara has raised $8.5-million at 40 cents.
- Energy Summary for Sept. 23, 2020
Oil prices wobble as bullish statistics war with bearish predictions. Analysts place their bets on their Canadian favourites. Cenovus Energy's CEO talks up indigenous relations, and Gran Tierra tries to haul its production back on track.
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