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Gold bars are displayed at bullion house in Mumbai in this December 3, 2009 file photograph.ARKO DATTA/Reuters

Our roundup of Canadian small-caps of between $100-million and $2.5-billion in market capitalization making news and on the move today.

Vancouver-based Integra Gold (ICG-X) said Eldorado Gold (ELD-T; EGO-N)is investing $14.6-million for a 15 per cent interest in the company. Eldorado Gold is subscribing for 52.1 million common shares at 28 cents per share, "significantly strengthening Integra's balance sheet."

"Eldorado is a leading gold producer with excellent technical expertise and proven capabilities in developing mines across the globe, and their investment in Integra represents a major endorsement of the Lamaque Project and the team behind it. This investment brings the Company's cash balance to $27 million which enables us to continue to execute on our exploration and development plans as we build value for our shareholders," the company said.

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Calgary-based Petrus Resources Ltd. reported average production in the second quarter was 8,890 barrels of oil equivalent per day, up from 4,959 boe per day a year ago. However, the company said its sales volumes have been restricted due to transportation curtailments on TransCanada Pipelines Ltd. infrastructure on their western Alberta main pipeline. Petrus generated $12.6-million in funds from operations during the second quarter, compared to $13.3-million a year ago.

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Toronto-based Eurocontrol Technics Group Inc. (EUO-X), a Canadian public company specializing in the acquisition, development and commercialization of energy security, authentication, verification and certification technologies, said it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent with SICPA Security Solutions SA, a private Swiss company that is a global provider of secured identification, traceability and authentication solutions and services, to sell Eurocontrol's 100-per-cent owned subsidiary, Global Fluids International S.A. for $16-million. GFI's Petromark is a unique and proprietary liquid authentication system for oil marking, mixing and detection. Included in the deal is a minimum $9-million in royalty payments on future GFI contracts.

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Vancouver-based Contagious Gaming Inc. (CNS-X) said that in response to a news release by Sportech PLC (LSE: SPO) on Aug. 14, it is confirms that "it is in discussions with Sportech on a possible business combination that may create a combined, technology-focused, sports wagering company and a global leader in regulated pari-mutuel wagering." However, the company said while a proposal has been made it is subject to a number of conditions and there is no certainty a deal will be made.

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ONEnergy Inc. (OEG-X), an energy management firm serving commercial, industrial, multi-residential and residential customers in Canada and the U.S. via its Sunwave-branded energy and energy-efficiency businesses, reported that revenues in the second quarter ended June 30 rose 250 per cent quarter-over-quarter to $6-million and gross and adjusted EBITDA improved 90 per cent to a loss of $200,000. The company said its balance sheet is strong with $8.2-million of cash and equivalents.

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Vancouver-based Absolute Software Corp. (ABT-T), which offers security and data risk management solutions for computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, said it will buy back up to $50-million worth of its shares. The company also boosted its quarterly dividend to 8 cents from 7 cents. The company also reported fiscal 2015 revenue of $93.6-million, up from $91-million a year earlier. Net income was $4.6-million, or 10 cents per share, up from a year ago earnings of $3.6-million, or or 8 cents per share.