Volume 101 Number 38 Nov 2 - 8, 2015

US equities rise, Oct.19-22

U.S. stocks climbed on the back of strong housing figures for September; better-than-expected earnings from major companies like eBay, Microsoft and Amazon; and signs that the European Central Bank would consider more stimulus measures to boost…

A drill site on the Dipole target at Kivalliq Energy's Angilak uranium property in Nunavut, 325 km west of Rankin Inlet. Source: Kivalliq Energy

Kivalliq unveils robust Dipole results

Kivalliq Energy’s (TSXV: KIV; US-OTC: KVLQF) hunt for another high-grade uranium deposit at its Angilak property, 350 km west of Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, may well be over, with new assay results that have transformed the company’s…

TSX climbs higher, Oct. 19-22

The Toronto stock market ended higher as investors took in prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau’s majority win in the federal election. Canada’s new prime minister promises to invest heavily in infrastructure, among other areas,…

The logo of the  British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC).

Former Barkerville CEO Frank Callaghan fined by BCSC

The British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) has reached a settlement agreement with James Francis (J. Frank) Callaghan, with his admitting he made statements that breached National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral…

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