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Canada Carbon Inc. (TSXV:CCB) announced that a NI 43-101 compliant report has been completed for its Asbury graphite property, noting that the report provides the company with a clear idea of what steps to take going forward.

Canada Carbon Inc. (TSXV:CCB) announced that a NI 43-101 compliant report has been completed for its Asbury graphite property, noting that the report provides the company with a clear idea of what steps to take going forward.

As quoted in the press release:

As recommended, follow up activities included : (1) an exhaustive map compilation of historic drilling and geophysical survey on the property (2) a detailed Max-Min geophysical ground survey to confirm and complete historical data, and, finally (3) a drilling program testing the best targets revealed by the geophysical compilation and the geophysical survey. Particular attention should also be applied to the immediate area of the mine pit to test its southern and downward extensions. The drilling program is contingent on positive results of the data compilation and geophysical EM survey in confirming the presence of significant conductive anomaly.

Click here to read the full Canada Carbon Inc. (TSXV:CCB) press release.

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Boreal Metals Corp.   announces it has changed its name to Norden Crown Metals Corp. in accordance with the provisions of the Business Corporations Act . Norden Crown Metals Corp's name reflects the next stage of the new management's corporate strategy, focused on mineral exploration for precious and base metals in "Norden" Scandinavia. The Company's ticker symbol on the TSX-V will be changed to "NOCR."  The name ...

Boreal Metals Corp. (TSXV: BMX) ( Frankfurt : 03E) (OTCQB: BORMF) announces it has changed its name to Norden Crown Metals Corp. ("the Company") (TSXV: NOCR) in accordance with the provisions of the Business Corporations Act ( British Columbia ).

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A recovering global economy mixed with high US 10 year treasury yields and a strengthening US dollar added headwinds for gold, peeling away at the safe haven asset's value in the first quarter.

In Q2, gold managed to rally from the US$1,730 level in April to a quarterly peak of US$1,908.20 on June 2. However, those same headwinds experienced in Q1 pushed prices down to a June close of just above US$1,760.

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Heading into the home stretch of 2021, the market is still robust, and there is plenty of optimism that copper remains in bullish territory. Many analysts and companies expect a boom in the coming years as electrification and electric vehicles grow in popularity and subsequently increase the world’s appetite for the vital base metal.

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