The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of a new interviews with Rover Metals, Northstar, Baseload Energy, Stratabound Minerals, and CoinSmart on their latest news
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Rover Metals (ROVR) has reported results from the phase 2 exploration program at its Cabin Gold Project in the Northwest Territories. The company began the Phase 2 program last summer. The goal was to discover and delineate new gold mineralized zones along the Bugow Iron Formation, the controlling structure for gold at the Cabin Gold Project. Judson Culter, CEO of Rover Metals sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the program's success.
Northstar (CSE:NSG) makes new discoveries at Miller Gold Property
Northstar (NSG) has announced results from phase II.B drilling on the Miller Gold Property in Ontario. These results follow recently reported results from channel and grab samples collected from eight stripped areas on the Miller and Searless properties last year. CEO Brian Fowler joined Caroline Egan to discuss the latest developments on the property.
Baselode Energy Corp. (TSXV:FIND) prepares for winter drilling program
Baselode Energy Corp. (FIND) has received a Temporary Work Camp permit from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment. The permit is for the planned diamond drilling program on the ACKIO high-grade uranium discovery, Hook project in the Athabasca Basin area, northern Saskatchewan. James Sykes, CEO, President and Director of Baselode sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the preparations.
Stratabound Minerals (TSXV:SB) announces management changes and new technical advisory council
Following its acquisition of the Fremont Gold Project in California, Stratabound Minerals (SB) has announced management team and advisory board appointments. The team of mining and exploration professionals will help build and execute on a mine development plan. Mr. R. Kim Tyler, President and CEO sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the changes.
CoinSmart (NEO:SMRT) reports record revenue in December
CoinSmart Financial (SMRT) has announced a record preliminary unaudited monthly revenue in December 2021 of approximately $2.15 million. This represents a 460 per cent increase in revenue compared to December 2020. CoinSmart CEO Justin Hartzman sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the company's success and plans moving forward.
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