- 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.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 25, 2021
Hudson Resources is resurrecting its Sarfartoq rare earth promotion, years after it fell dormant. Things do not look as cheerful for two other old prospects. Canada Silver Cobalt Works is applauding nickel at Graal, in Quebec. Defense Metals has a Wicheeda dream sheet.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 25, 2021
High oil and gas prices are causing a "boost" but not a "boom," says Alberta's ATB Financial. Suncor Energy continues a busy charm offensive. Canacol Energy closes a debt financing, while NG Energy is still crossing its fingers for production by year-end.
- Cannabis Summary for Nov. 25, 2021
The South Dakota Supreme Court strikes down voters' attempt to legalize recreational cannabis. Cresco Labs closes an acquisition in Pennsylvania, showing no concern about an abrupt regulatory change. Organic Dutchman limps away from a weak quarter.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 25, 2021
Metallica Metals has assays from Starr, adjacent to Goldshore Resources' Moss Lake, in Northwestern Ontario. Silver Grail Resources and Teuton Resources received assay disappointment from Konkin and Midas in northwestern B.C., but Teuton has hopes for nearby Eskay Rift.
- SEC halts supposed global cannabis listing Instadose
The SEC has halted Instadose Pharma Corp., an OTC Markets listing that briefly had a $3.5-billion (U.S.) market capitalization, citing questions about the company's sudden rise.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 24, 2021
Diamcor Mining is having a good fourth quarter at Krone-Endora in South Africa. Noram Lithium says to expect its dream sheet for the Zeus lithium project in Nevada late this year. Jervois Global is continuing to build its Idaho Cobalt Operations mine in Idaho.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 24, 2021
Oil traders ponder the significance of an as-yet-unquantified stockpile release. Tourmaline Oil's CEO talks cash flow and dividends. MEG Energy raises eyebrows with an atypical announcement, while Obsidian Energy closes its PROP deal and eyes its debt.
- Cannabis Summary for Nov. 24, 2021
Germany's incoming coalition government unveils its official commitment to legalize cannabis. Jason Wild spends over $1.5-million in under a week buying shares of Terrascend. Planet 13 has a rocky third quarter, but eyes expansions into new states.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 24, 2021
Sandstorm Gold has a feasibility study for its Hod Maden gold and copper project in Turkey. It is positive, just not as much as a three-year-old study. Burin Gold, a $6.9-million IPO in the bank and a gold project needing work, slipped on its first day as a public company.
- Falcon Gold sues geologist Pleson over Ontario staking
Falcon Gold Corp. has sued Alex Pleson, an Ontario geologist the company hired to stake a group of claims. Falcon says that Mr. Pleson failed to transfer the ground to the company.
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