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- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 20, 2017
Zimtu Capital is again seeking a partner for its Munn Lake diamond project in the Northwest Territories. Niocorp Developments is borrowing cash from its CEO to help raise larger sums. Stans Energy will watch the Kyrgyz Republic auction its former properties.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 20, 2017
RT Minerals has drilled 10 holes at Norwalk in Northern Ontario. Most assays are pending. Skeena Resources has rolled back its stock, following placements to support work at Snip, in northwestern British Columbia. Royal Nickel has new assays from Beta Hunt in Australia.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 20, 2017
Andy Edelmeier's first shell, the nine-year-old Accend Capital, and Richard Groome's first shell, the 10-year-old Bitumen Capital, finally close their mining QTs. Jason Krueger's third shell, the two-year-old Vier Capital, launches an Alberta industrial services provider.
- Energy Summary for Oct. 20, 2017
Cenovus unloads its Palliser assets for $1.3-billion and sets its sights on selling Weyburn. EnCana hypes its plans for Texas and Western Canada, but plays coy about New Mexico. Pengrowth Energy sheds more non-core assets in Alberta.
- Barkerville sues Callaghan over confidential data
Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd. has filed a lawsuit against Frank Callaghan, claiming that he misused the company's confidential information. The company is seeking a court order for possession of a mineral claim.
- Shell Summary for Oct. 19, 2017
Alan Friedman's second shell, Tova Ventures II, begins trading. Ron Schmeichel's 19th shell, Mira IX Acquisition, arranges a marijuana QT.
John Kowalchuk's first shell, Atoro Capital, arranges a QT with a Korean maker of dried fruits, vegetables and nuts.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 19, 2017
A veteran diamond explorer is getting back in the hunt through a reverse takeover by Consolidated Westview Resource. Tantalex Resources touts its new membership. Millennial Lithium is busy in Argentina yet knows nothing about why its stock jumped higher.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 19, 2017
Golden Dawn Minerals has received encouraging assays from chip sampling at its Greenwood project in British Columbia. Auryn Resources tumbled on new assays from its Committee Bay gold project in Nunavut. Karmin Resources has put itself on the block.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 18, 2017
Metalex Ventures claims action at its U2 project in Ontario, but its words suggest otherwise. Berkwood Resources has wrapped up a first phase of drilling at Lac Gueret in Quebec. First Cobalt is expanding its drill program in Ontario.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 18, 2017
Great Thunder Gold has wrapped up its phase 1 exploration program at Urban Thunder in Quebec. Richmond Minerals disappointed investors with assays from Ridley Lake in Ontario. Klondex Mines has elected to pay in stock for its acquisition of Bison Gold Resources.
- ASC pursues group over Kilimanjaro manipulation
The ASC has filed a case against six men for the 2014 pump-and-dump of Kilimanjaro Capital Ltd. The group boosted the stock with false claims about the company's projects, while selling tens of millions of shares, the regulator says.
- Diamond & Specialty Minerals Summary for Oct. 17, 2017
North Arrow Minerals has an intriguing new diamond discovery at Mel, in central Nunavut. CKR Carbon is seeking a new CEO. Stans Energy has won another minor skirmish against the Kyrgyzstanis. It has yet to win the war.
- Gold Summary for Oct. 17, 2017
Goldquest Mining has received assays from its Cachimbo discovery at Tireo in the Dominican Republic. Victoria Gold has new assays from Catto, a target on its Dublin Gulch project in Yukon. Orca Gold has new assays from Block 14 in Sudan.
- Energy Summary for Oct. 17, 2017
EnCana sets high expectations for tomorrow's investor day. Valeura Energy plans to start a long-awaited test program in Turkey next month. Renaissance Oil raises $3.15-million from a new "strategic partner" and prepares to start drilling in Mexico.
- Forcefield tout Castaldo facing $1.8M (U.S.) order
Forcefield Energy Inc. defendant Christopher Castaldo should pay $1.8-million (U.S.) in restitution for his part in manipulating the stock, prosecutors say. He accepted secret payments to tout Forcefield, the government claims.
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