Our old friend, Graeme O’Neill of Bayhorse Silver (BHS.V) has just booked motherlodetv.net for the next few months. Bayhorse has been a client before and only books when there is hard news in the offing.
Cartier Iron (CSE:CNX) put out a press release on progress at its Big Easy Project in Newfoundland. Big Easy property expanded to 369 claims covering 92.3 km2, 2 hours from St. John’s. The property was the subject of a Controlled Source Audio Magneto-Telluric survey which revealed significant resistivity anomalies along a major north-northeast trending structural break in the Central Anomaly – Big Easy Showing Area. The company is undertaking a 10,000 meter drilling program to test those anomalies.
As ever, Renforth Resources (CNSX:RFR.CN) CEO Nicole Brewster’s newsletter is more entertaining and easier to understand than the press release it comments on. Which is the nature of resource press releases. They are “just the facts” about the work and the progress on a property. Nicole provides the flavour:
Tom Larsen and Dr Bill Pearson are very busy men. As CEO and Executive VP Exploration of Eloro Resources Ltd (ELO.V) respectively, these two are riding the tiger of the company’s massive Bolivian silver/tin/zinc/lead deposit at Iska, Iska plus gearing up to drill in Peru. But Larsen took the time to have a quick chat about his other company, Cartier Iron (CFE.CNX). (We’ll be speaking to Dr. Pearson when drill results come in.)
On September 14 Grid Metals (GRDM.V) put out a press release reporting drill results at its Mayville “Main Dyke” lithium pegmatite target located in the Bird River greenstone belt of southeastern Manitoba.
Lexaria delisted on the Canadian Stock Exchange and retained its listing on NASDAQ where traders and algos have had two runs at the share price. The company is looking at trading records however, having 53.5 million shares trade when there are only 5.1 million shares outstanding suggests some trading shenanigans.