Volume 99 Number 30 Sep 9 - 15, 2013

Calibre soars on trenching results

These days, it’s unusual to see a company’s share price more than double on strong trenching results. But this is what happened when Calibre Mining (TSXV: CXB; US-OTC: CXBMF) released more trenching assays from its wholly…

Carpathian sinks on financing

Carpathian Gold’s shares (TSX: CPN; US-OTC: CPNFF) fell 26% after the company announced a bought-deal financing to finish developing its Riacho dos Machados (RDM) gold project in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Bannerman waits for uranium price to turn around

A recently reported leak at the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan has reawakened concerns over the development of new nuclear reactors in the country, with most experts agreeing that any renewed build-up will likely be put on hold until the…

Kirkland Lake presses on towards lofty goals

Its latest quarterly results weren’t perfect, but Kirkland Lake Gold (TSX: KGI; US-OTC: KGILF) is making steady progress towards its goal of becoming a substantial gold producer in Ontario.

Mining engineers survey the landscape at B2Gold's  Limon property in Nicaragua. Source: B2Gold

B2Gold well positioned for an acquisition, says BMO

VANCOUVER — Producer B2Gold (TSX: BTO) has been one of the better performing gold equities over the past couple of months, as shares have jumped 52%, or $1.05 per share on the back of consistent production and a strong balance sheet.

An outcrop at Probe Mines' Borden gold project in northern Ontario. Source: Probe Mines

More high grade for Probe

The more Probe Mines (TSXV: PRB; US-OTC: PROBF) drills out its Borden Gold project near Chapleau, Ont., the more it looks like it may have Ontario’s next big gold deposit on its hands.

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