Category: Events
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POSTED ON April 24, 2015 BY Sprott's Thoughts

Three years into a bear market in precious metals, are resource companies still reeling from low metals prices? Are they still hunkering down? When the dust settles, who will be left standing? You’ll hear from some of the best participants from the resource sector this summer, at our special event. Rick Rule, Chairman of Sprott… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 30, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

The Subscriber Investment Summit in Toronto on Feb 28, 2015 gathered three newsletter writers, 15 mining and energy CEOs and approximately 300 investors for a day of insights sharing and networking. CEO.CA cameraman Carter Smith was there to film the CEO presentations, which have just been uploaded to Youtube for your viewing pleasure. Here they are:… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 24, 2015 BY Joe Martin

The world is in a major paradigm shift as technology is changing how we move, communicate, heal, age, build, grow, learn …. absolutely everything! Technology needs technology metals – But – they have to be found and mined Lithium, carbon, rare earths, nickel, copper, zinc, chromium, vanadium, manganese, iron, tungsten, scandium, silver, moly, tin, neodymium,… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 17, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Billionaire mine developer Robert Friedland has said that real wealth in the mining sector is created by finding something. Friedland would know this, having driven 5+ world-class mining discoveries in his career. He knows that to find a mine you have to spend a lot of money, and drill a lot of holes. Another secret… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 10, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

The Prospectors and Developers Convention (PDAC), held last week in Toronto, is the largest annual mining conference, with over 23,000 attendees this year. The event is typically when small mining companies rush to put out news releases to try and get attention. This year, the fourth consecutive year of declining share prices and financing activity… Continue Reading

POSTED ON March 06, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Could equity crowdfunding fix junior mining’s financial woes? The Globe and Mail asked this question of a number of PDAC participants, and heard a variety of responses. The least optimistic of which came from one of the sector’s most accomplished faces. “The trouble with mining and exploration is it requires large amounts of capital,” Mr.… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 17, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

The following article was adapted from the August 27, 2014 issue of Resource Opportunities, our premium newsletter (the video below was taped in December 2014 and just released this morning). North Arrow is a presenting sponsor at our upcoming Subscriber Investment Summit in Toronto on February 28th, at a truly critical time for the company. Only a… Continue Reading

POSTED ON February 06, 2015 BY Tommy Humphreys

Dear Subscribers, For those of you attending this year’s PDAC in Toronto, the world’s largest mining convention, this is your invitation to our CEO Summit on Saturday Feb. 28th at the Hilton Hotel – that’s the day before the PDAC begins. Click here for event details and here to register now. This exclusive event is… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 29, 2015 BY James Fraser

At the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference last week, CEO.ca was pleased to catch up with Andre Gaumond, CEO of Virginia Mines (VGQ.T). Virginia is in the process of merging with Osisko Gold Royalties (OR.T) to create the next mining royalty powerhouse. The new company will have two of the best gold royalties in the mining… Continue Reading

POSTED ON January 29, 2015 BY James Fraser

At the recent Vancouver Resource Investment Conference in Vancouver, CEO.ca caught up with Joseph Campbell CEO of TerraX Minerals (TXR.V). Terrax is exploring the northern extension of the historic Giant mine in Yellowknife. Management have been able to attract Andrew Gaumond’s Virginia Mines as a major shareholder (9.2%), along with Haywood Securities chairman John Tognetti.… Continue Reading

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