On Feb. 26 2013, Liberal MP John McKay sponsored the first reading of Bill C-474 in parliament; also known as “The Sunshine Bill”. An Act respecting the promotion of financial transparency, improved accountability and long-term economic sustainability through the public reporting of payments made by mining, oil and gas corporations to foreign governments. In the … More Liberal MP John McKay’s Sunshine Bill – What Resource Developers Should Know
In one of our previous posts, Kaminak, there was a reference to ‘tax loss selling’. We have received a few inquiries as to what exactly tax loss selling entails. Basically,
Here is a stock that has seen some attention this week. Kaminak gold owns the Coffee project in the Yukon. Details of the project can be found here. Kaminak has been trading down significantly since an October high of $2.40, to $1 in December. This was not based on any press releases, so our speculation … More Kaminak Gold Corp. (KAM: TSX-V)
On May 23rd, 2012, after trading had ceased for the day in a capital market climate that seemed gloomier than ever, GoldQuest released a drill hole that sent an awakening ripple through a dormant junior market. An IP anomaly to the north of their Las Tres Palmas property in the Dominican Republic was the motivation … More Goldquest Corp. (GQC: TSX-V)
I recently had a discussion with a friend of mine who is just getting into resource investing. She was rather confused about how companies report the size of their mineral deposits (i.e. the resource and reserve categories) and asked me to explain what it all means. I realized that some of our readers may benefit … More Clearing Up MRMR (Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves)
For over a hundred years, the area has been artisanally mined and now contains more than 50 shafts. Silver Bull Resources has recently completed a NI 43-101 compliant report on this relatively low grade silver/zinc property, which demonstrates some serious economic potential for this open pit and heap leach project.