Canadian issues that are moving on early news
Bill payment company TIO Networks Corp. (TNC-X) today announced the launch of TIO MobilePay. MobilePay is a mobile app that allows customers to pay multiple bills with VISA or MasterCard payment cards in real time.
Reservoir Minerals Inc. (RMC-X), which climbed 18 per cent yesterday, announced today the commencement of a 7,500 metre diamond drilling program. The company also received gold assay results from its underground sampling program at the historic Gindusa and Rusman gold mines.
Silver Bull Resources Inc. (SVB-T) today announced an update on a planned 3,000 metre underground drill program to target a high-grade zone of silver within the Shallow Silver Zone. An underground core drill program will target a high-grade silver zone defined by long hole drilling and channel samples.
Stornoway Diamond Corp.(SWY-T), which fell 7.5 per cent yesterday, announced today the first mineral resource estimate for the Q1-4 kimberlite pipe. The company reported a total inferred mineral resource of 26.1 million carats from 48.8 million tonnes of kimberlite.
Scorpio Gold Corp. (SGN-X) today announced initial drill results from its 2012 drilling program on the Bluelite Zone at the 70 per cent-owned Mineral Ridge project. The company said drilling intersected 10.67 metres grading 1.35 g/t gold.
Aureus Mining Inc. (AUE-T), which is trading near year lows, said Leopard Rock drilling intercepted 4 metres of grading 13.9 g/t and trenching at Gondoja returned 7 metres at 13.1 g/t.
01 Communique Laboratory Inc. (ONE-T), which rose 10 per cent and got closer to a year high $1.12 on Monday, said adjusted loss for the second-quarter 2012 was $395,040 ($920,813 in 2011), excluding non-cash expenses.
Anatolia Energy (AEE-X) announced updated NI 51-101 results including 11.6 billion barrels of original oil in place and 412 million barrels of prospective recoverable oil in Turkey's Dadas Shale. The company will hold an investor conference call this morning.
Mkango Resources Ltd. (MKA-X) announced results for a further seven holes of the Stage Two drilling program at the Songwe project in Malawi.