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K92 bucks market trend and closes oversubscribed financing for $16.6 million

By Kevin Silva    Despite some future optimism for gold equities in the coming months, overall market activity as of late has been rather lethargic.   The oft-discussed GDXJ rebalancing and other factors have led to an environment in which share prices have been stagnant and investor interest low.   Citing the fact that the best … Read More

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Everyone is a potential brand ambassador, but not everyone gets rewarded for his or her endorsements

By Don Hauka   So you’ve launched your new small or medium online business, but don’t know how to reach the motherlode of consumers who you know want your product. How can you possibly compete with all those big boys dominating the e-commerce field?   Rob Goehring can tell you how to connect through all … Read More

The landscape of the Canadian cannabis industry is taking shape

Cannabis Wheaton’s streaming model looks to cultivate the market By Scott Neufeld Canada is well known as a compassionate society where diverse cultures are celebrated and progressive ideas are embraced. By next year, the country is expected to add to its liberal cred by green lighting the recreational use of marijuana. But where some are … Read More

Kenadyr Mining hits big gold hole right beside super-major’s existing operation

By Kevin Silva   There is an old saying in the mining business that the best place to find a new mine is in the shadow of an existing operation’s headframe.   The world-class team of geologists who formed Kenadyr Mining Corp. (TSX.V: KEN) led by Dr. Alex Becker, CEO, certainly might think that’s the … Read More

K92 Exceeds Expectations on Production News

By Kevin Silva   In baseball, there are batters that hit for singles, while others swing for the fences.   The technical team at K92 Mining Inc. (TSX.V: KNT) has just shown that they hit for the fences, as they put out production news that has over delivered,, with total production of 23,400 tonnes mined … Read More


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