- Shell Summary for Dec. 1, 2020
Cluny Capital releases the terms of its QT with Teonan Biomedical. The shell is raising $1.5-million to $2.87-million at 25 cents. AF1 Capital releases the terms of its QT with Purekana LLC. It expects to close the QT on Thursday.
- Tudor Gold denies wrongdoing in Uren lawsuit
Tudor Gold Corp. has responded to the lawsuit it faces from biologist Shane Uren, who claims that the company backed out of a stock option deal. The company says that Mr. Uren is not entitled to anything, and is asking that the suit be dismissed.
- Energy Summary for Dec. 1, 2020
OPEC+ defers a decision on a potential supply hike. Imperial Oil writes off around $1-billion worth of Canadian gas assets (and ExxonMobil has it even worse). Suncor Energy releases its 2021 guidance, and Enbridge starts construction of Line 3.
- Cannabis Summary for Dec. 1, 2020
Hexo touts the potency of its products, while in the background it prepares for a 1-for-8 share rollback. Aurora's Sun sets "indefinitely" in Medicine Hat. Slang Worldwide releases its third quarter financials and arranges a $5-million financing.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Dec. 1, 2020
Star Diamond has a new diamond haul from the Star pipe -- the best yet from the Bauer program. Still, there are the same questions. Manganese X Energy has wrapped up its fall drilling at Battery Hill in N.B. Zen Graphene Solutions is a buyer, not a seller, of graphene.
- Gold Summary for Dec. 1, 2020
Brixton Metals moved higher despite so-so assays from Outlaw, in its Thorn project in northwestern B.C. Marathon Gold also did well, thanks to more glitter from its Sprite corridor at the Valentine Lake project in Newfoundland.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 30, 2020
POCML 5 arranges a South American mining QT; no details besides a 1-for-4 rollback. Brachium Capital releases the terms of its QT with WeCommerce Holdings and identifies the board nominees for its resulting issuer. The shell and its target are raising $60-million at $7.
- Inyx ex Kachkar ruled a flight risk
Inyx Inc.'s former CEO, Jack Kachkar, looks to be remaining in U.S. custody while his appeal of a fraud conviction goes ahead. A judge has determined that he represents a flight risk, having access to millions of dollars and facing 30 years in jail.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 30, 2020
Star Diamond ups the ante with its lawsuit against Rio Tinto, adding to its statement of claim. Rio remains unimpressed. Strategic Resources drops a Finnish vanadium project to focus on another. Vanadiumcorp Resource gained ground on its research and development promotion.
- Cannabis Summary for Nov. 30, 2020
Aphria closes its purchase of SweetWater Brewing. Pharmacielo looks to turn around its dwindling revenue under a new CEO. Khiron Life has a big-name new director, and Organigram hopes to recapture market share with a plethora of product launches.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 30, 2020
OPEC stays mum on cancelling a planned production hike. Obsidian Energy looks to end the year strong with a burst of activity in Alberta. Canacol Energy resolves a pipeline dispute in Colombia, and Crew Energy gets a mixed review from DBRS.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 30, 2020
K2 Gold has promising new assays from its Mojave property in California and is eagerly awaiting more encouragement from the old project. Azimut Exploration has new, not-as-promising assays from Elmer, in northwestern Quebec.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 27, 2020
Tri Origin Explorations has lost a diamond co-venturer but would like another. CBLT is acquiring a cobalt project in Northwestern Ontario from Global Energy Metals. Namibia Critical Metals has new assays from Lofdal, in Namibia.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 27, 2020
Oil prices enjoy their fourth week of gains in a row. OPEC+ plans informal weekend talks ahead of next week's policy meeting. Frontera Energy and CGX Energy postpone a drilling commitment in Guyana, and Razor Energy jumps on geothermal jubilance.
- Cannabis Summary for Nov. 27, 2020
The U.S. House will vote on a bill to federally decriminalize cannabis next week. Curaleaf talks up its "tremendous" opportunities. iAnthus cheers rising revenue and appoints a new COO, while Eve & Co. has dwindling revenue but expects a turnaround.
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