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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 20, 2017
Tango Mining has resumed production at the Oena alluvial diamond project in South Africa. Leading Edge Materials has new lithium assays from drilling at Bergby in Sweden. Cavan Ventures has scaled back its placement. Lomiko Metals has closed another tranche of its placement.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 20, 2017
TransCanada's Keystone XL clears its last major regulatory hurdle. Cenovus Energy is worth a look during tax-loss selling season, say analysts. Africa Energy expands in South Africa, and Petro Vista follows Africa Hydrocarbons' lead and turns its focus to technology.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 20, 2017
Robert Hall's capital pool shell, Abcana Capital, submits a filing statement for its acquisition of Farshad Shirvani's B.C. mining junior, Casa Minerals.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 20, 2017
Goldstrike Resources has some assay encouragement from its Lucky Strike project in Yukon. Barkerville Gold Mines has another batch of glittering assays from Island Mountain in British Columbia. Otis Gold has new assays from Kilgore in Idaho.
- SEC sees Indiana as a fine place to charge Skerry
The SEC says that there is no jurisdictional reason to dismiss charges it filed against New Westminster's Michael Skerry. He bought and sold shares on U.S. markets and boosted a company with an office in Indiana, the SEC claims.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 17, 2017
Arctic Star Exploration is closing its acquisition of a diamond project in Finland. Niobay Metals has a resource estimate for its James Bay niobium project in Ontario. Power Metals is nearly finished drilling at Case Lake, a lithium prospect in Ontario.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 17, 2017
Goldquest Mining has acquired new ground in the Dominican Republic while it awaits an exploitation licence for Romero. Independence Gold has assays from Sunrise/Sunset at Boulevard in Yukon. Northern Superior Resources touts high-grade shoots at Croteau.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 17, 2017
Ron Ho's first capital pool shell, Spada Gold, arranges a gold mining QT with Mr. Ho's employer, Sandstorm Gold. The shell is acquiring three gold properties in Ivory Coast and is selling a $3-million private placement at 25 cents.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 17, 2017
Kelt Exploration talks up its 2018 plans. Athabasca Oil director Henry Sykes resigns, having joined the board of Pembina Pipeline. Questfire's lenders, finally out of patience, seek to put it in receivership. Questfire's merger with Manitok Energy is cancelled.
- Petrowest ex Peyton fired after altercation at Site C
Petrowest Corp.'s former Site C manager, Kent Peyton, lost his job after a physical altercation and an incident of verbal abuse, according to a court filing. His actions amounted to just cause for dismissal, the filing states.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Nov. 16, 2017
Kennady Diamonds is planning another busy year at its Kennady North diamond project in the Northwest Territories. Vanadiumcorp Resource has its preliminary economic assessment of Lac Dore in Quebec. Lico Energy Metals has wrapped up drilling for cobalt in Ontario.
- Gold Summary for Nov. 16, 2017
Teranga Gold has hit high-grade gold at a new discovery on its Golden Hill project in Burkina Faso. Iamgold has encouraging new assays from Saramacca in Suriname. Pure Gold Mining has high-grade assays from its Madsen project in Northwestern Ontario.
- Shell Summary for Nov. 16, 2017
Ross MacLachlan and Rick Wilson's first shell, Lions Bay Capital, closes its QT with John Byrne's Pan Andean Capital. The resulting issuer is an investment company.
- Energy Summary for Nov. 16, 2017
Seven Generations alarms investors with a high capital budget for 2018. Surge Energy closes its $44.5-million debenture financing and receives glowing reports from analysts. Obsidian Energy settles its SEC case for $8.5-million (U.S.).
- ASC cites Cash Store, execs for misleading disclosure
The Alberta Securities Commission has begun proceedings against Cash Store Financial Services Inc., a defunct provider of short-term loans. The regulator claims that the company and two former officers provided false and misleading disclosure.
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