Neovasc Inc. , which closed down by 5 per cent yesterday, announced financial results for the three months ended March 31, 2012. Revenues increased 46 per cent year-over-year to $1,712,991 for the three months ended March 31, 2012, from $1,169,920 for the same period in 2011.
Wallbridge Mining Company Ltd. announced that a program of more than 5,000 metres of diamond drilling and borehole geophysics is underway with partner Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. to follow-up platinum, palladium, nickel, copper and gold mineralization on the Parkin Offset Joint Venture in Sudbury, Ont.
AndeanGold Ltd. , which hit year lows yesterday, announced today encouraging assay results for a recently completed surface channel sampling program over the Urumalqui Vein on the company's Urumalqui advanced-stage Ag-Au Project in Peru.
Sabina Gold & Silver Corp. , which closed down by 3 per cent yesterday, announced today that it has received the results of the Preliminary Economic Assessment for its 100 per cent owned Back River gold project in Nunavut, Canada.
GuestLogix Inc. today announced the availability of its onboard retail technology for smartphones and tablets running on iOS, Android and BlackBerry operating systems. The program, which can include hardware peripherals to securely capture credit and debit card payments, enables airlines to convert consumer mobile devices into secure point-of-sale terminals.
Indigo Books & Music Inc. is slated to release its fourth-quarter results today.
Horizon North Logistics Inc. , which rose more than 2 per cent yesterday in closing in on a year high $6.90, announced it has entered into a three-year contract for the provision of a 350 person camp for a large multinational operator in northeast British Columbia.
Madalena Ventures Inc. , which lost 3.5 per cent on Monday, reported a net loss of $1.17-million for the first quarter compared to $1.74-million for the corresponding period in 2011.
First Uranium Corp. , which is trading near year lows, said Olma Investment Group and other dissident shareholders had failed to put forward an alternative restructuring plan, but instead made "unrealistic demands" which First Uranium stated have "zero chance of being accepted".