Pioneer Metals Corporation

TSX’s power slide continues

Rising interest rates and inflation worries sent Toronto stocks into convulsions during the Oct. 18-24 report period. The S&P TSX Composite Index yo-yo’d another 192.65 points lower to 10,360.79….

Miners try to keep pace with Oilers

Strong gains in the energy sector were the story on the Toronto Stock Exchange as Hurricane Katrina pushed up oil and gas prices during the report period Aug. 29-Sept. 4. The Toronto Stock Exchange co…

From left: NovaGold Senior Project Geologist Scott Petsel, President and CEO Rick Van Nieuwenhuyse and Vice-President of Corporate Communications Greg Johnson examine drill core from hole 514 at the Galore Creek copper-gold project in northwestern B.C.

NovaGold buoyed by drill results at Galore Creek

Vancouver — Recent drill results have given NovaGold Resources (NG-T) more confidence that resources can be expanded at its Galore Creek copper-gold deposit in northwestern British…

A drill rig tests the Shea Creek uranium project in the Athabasca basin in northern Saskatchewan where a recent 3.5-metre interval averaged 58.3% U3O8. The project is jointly held by Cogema and UEX.

Cogema, UEX drilling hits 58% U3 O8

Vancouver — Drilling by uranium producer Cogema on its western Athabasca Basin Shea Creek joint venture with UEX Corp. (UEX-T) has intersected extremely high-grade uranium values….

Combination fells TSX

A double-whammy of looming interest rate hikes and a narrower trade surplus sent Toronto stocks 54.69 points lower to 10,163.03 over the July 12-18 report period. After some early resistance, the gold…

Commodities power TSX rebound

The Toronto Stock Exchange’s S&P/TSX composite index rose steadily to end the June 7-13 report period 185.97 points better at 9,839.94, a level not seen since early March. A late rally pushed the…

Pioneer drills Grace

Vancouver — NovaGold Resources (NRI-T) will test the Grace copper-gold project, held by Pioneer Metals (PSM-T) in northwestern British Columbia….

Insider Trading (May 02, 2005)

The Ontario Securities Commission reported the following insider trading transactions in recent issues of the OSC Bulletin:…

Athabasca Basin attracts uranium explorers

Vancouver — The Athabasca Basin of northern Saskatchewan and Alberta is luring more and more junior companies eager to explore the potential for new uranium discoveries.

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