Category: Virginia Mines
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POSTED ON November 17, 2014 BY James Fraser

Osisko Gold Royalties (OR.T) and Virginia Mines (VGQ.T) have joined forces to create a leading intermediate gold royalty company. The combined market capitalization of ~$1.3 billion will rank the merged company fourth when it comes to precious metals royalty companies behind Franco Nevada, Silver Wheaton and Royal Gold. The newly merged company will hold royalties… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 03, 2014 BY Travis McPherson

Virginia Mines (VGQ:TSX), a hybrid between an exploration company and a royalty company, has signed an agreement between three Quebec institutions to help finance $28 million worth of expedited exploration at the company’s Coulon massive-sulphide prospect in Quebec.  The financing group included SODEMEX Developpement LP (a subsidiary of the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec)… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 08, 2014 BY Thom Calandra

On Fire: ALQA, CUR, SVV, BCRX, Gold & More THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe We send this update from Active Trading Partner’s David Banister, whose analysis thus far is superb. We have been tracking the 48-year-old New England writer’s work on ALQA for about four weeks. Also, CUR. Plus: metals equities, including Almaden Minerals (AAU in… Continue Reading

POSTED ON October 03, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

THE CALANDRA REPORT: Subscribe Concordia Resource Corp. – one of Canada’s most puzzling metals equities – is gaining a DRC Congo nickel, copper and cobalt property and another, copper and gold, in Australia. Concordia (CCN in Canada) explains that pending shareholder approval it also shall distribute shares of a new Argentina-focused explorer to shareholders. That’s… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 20, 2013 BY Thom Calandra

NOT COLARADO — Better than gold? Maybe. The Precious Metals Summit webcast is in gear. This is the Colorado conference that precedes the Denver Gold Group gathering, a larger-company show that starts Sunday evening. The video quality at Precious Metals Summit is good, and the display for about 60-plus companies is indexed accordingly by time slot… Continue Reading

POSTED ON September 19, 2013 BY Brent Cook

Source: Karen Roche of The Gold Report  (9/18/13) Many mining companies find themselves in a high-grading dilemma, according to Brent Cook, publisher of Exploration Insights. As companies deplete higher grade reserves, they have to acquire new deposits. But unless you are a geologist, don’t look to NI 43-101s to always give you reliable information about the quality of a… Continue Reading

POSTED ON May 09, 2013 BY CEO Technician

Two weeks ago Sprott USA Chairman Rick Rule said: “This is the first time since 1992 that I’ve seen high-quality gold development assets reasonably and cheaply available in the market…” With the summer doldrums fast approaching what is a resource investor to do? While many will head off on vacation and try to avoid looking at… Continue Reading

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