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@BruceWayne"Geologic potential of 65-90 million ounces". $BGM. One of the most embarassing moments in junior mining history since Ive been following. Good thing they cleaned house, the sp been much better since
@dirkdiggler@nobshere - Brent Cook actually gave YOU a very clear and lucid explanation for his initial posturing on $BGM - their initial claim that they had a resource of tens of millions oz's - And if memory serves, you acquiesced.....publicly.....here in this forum.....no?
@nobshere$BGM I hope Cookie Monster pipes up one of these day and asks for forgiveness on his call Should also apologize to fast Frank and that "old" geologist --forgot his name who will in the end be proven to be correct
@HRA-CoffinNo he shouldn't @nobshere. That guys "resource estimate" was ridiculous and you know as well as I do they call him "Fast Frank" for a reason, and its not his 100m sprint time. I like Frank personally but he made his bed on that one. I'm glad its working out and think Frank deserves some kudos for being a believer all along but he got in trouble for some very valid reasons. $BGM
@GoldfingerHaywood on $BGM: This morning, after a temporary suspension in trading, Barkerville announced further results from its ongoing 130,000 metre Phase II Island Mountain exploration drilling program at the Company's flagship Cariboo Gold Project. The Company released results from an additional 7 drill holes. Included in these results was the discovery of a previously unidentified wide network of high tenor veining from drill hole IM-17-072 in the Shaft Zone with a grade of 19.2 g/t gold over 54.4 metres, including 32.06 g/t gold over 30.70 metres. This new intersection, consisting of several higher-grade intervals, shows a dense network of mineralized veining hosted in an intensely silica altered and pyritized sandstone package. It should be noted that historic miners focused on higher-grade sulphide replacement ore during past production as opposed to this newly discovered dominantly vein controlled mineralization. The newly discovered veining remains untested by drilling above and below the intersection and is open for expansion.
@nobshere$BGM I got f by the bashers again !! Geez when will I ever learn !! Had a boat load 11c to 40c Some ding dong from this site made people sell at the bottom I could be rich now !! Now only holding a little bit
@mikeGold Summary for April 18, 2017
2017-04-18 21:25 ET - Market Summary
by Stockwatch Business Reporter
Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd. ( $OR : $15.34) and Eric Sprott's Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd. ( $BGM ) dropped 16 cents to $1.01 on 5.86 million shares. Barkerville had jumped 25 cents to $1.17 Monday on assays of up to 19.2 grams of gold over 54.4 metres from its latest drilling at Island Mountain at its Cariboo gold project in British Columbia. A second hole among the seven currently completed also produced a promotable interval: 11.42 grams per tonne across 28.55 metres. Chris Lodder, president and chief executive officer, says that those two hoes are "widely separated intercepts that cannot be confidently corroborated" by other pierce points, so the geometry and true width of the potential zone "cannot be assuredly concluded" for now.
Mr. Lodder describes the latest drill hits as some of the best so far at Island Mountain, which he says continues to produce new zones of higher-grade mineralization across wide zones. Barkerville will follow up its latest high-grade hits with both wide-spaced expansion holes and close-spaced infill holes to better determine the dimensions of "this potentially strongly mineralized vein corridor," he adds. The company has drills to spare, as seven rigs are currently operating on Island Mountain while an eighth works elsewhere on the Cariboo property. (Barkerville proposes 130,000 metres of drilling in its phase 2 program on the project.)
Mr. Lodder is the fourth fellow to occupy Barkerville's corner office in the past two years. Frank Callaghan, who had been earning $240,000 per year as president and CEO, dashed off in the summer of 2015 ahead of regulatory scrutiny into some of his actions. His interim replacement, Norman Anderson, earned just $24,000 over the six months he filled the role -- which might be why he quit early last year. His replacement, Tom Obradovich, took the job at $300,000 per year but he lasted just six months as well. Unlike the unfortunate Mr. Anderson, both Mr. Callaghan and Mr. Obradovich got big severance cheques last year -- $480,000 for the former and $300,000 for the latter. It is unclear what Mr. Lodder is making, but since the company's salary payroll has increased again, he does not appear to have come cheaply.
@statesideNew Stateside Report Podcast - April 23, 2017 - http://www.statesidereport.com In this week's episode of the Stateside Report Podcast we take a look back at the week in gold, silver, the base metals and the stocks, We talk about the upcoming GDXJ re-balancing and finally we talk about the key press releases from the week in the Canadian junior exploration sector including Barkerville Gold Mines $BGM Camino Minerals $COR Canadian Orebodies $CORE Volcanic Gold Mines $VG Spearmint Resources $SRJ Adamera Minerals $ADZ Alto Ventures $ATV Arizona Silver Exploration $AZS Evrim Resources $EVM Alset Energy $ION GT Cold Corp $GTT Kootenay Zink $ZNK Pasinex Resources $PSE Metalore Resources $MET . We talk gold, silver, lead, zinc, copper, uranium, natural gas, oil and CEO.CA.
@Allannobs, you following $SRJ, they are a $BGM area play with ground around em. I just got an email pitch for them, kind of gave me a chuckle, I thought maybe Frank is starting up an area player around his old stomping grounds.