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Pure Energy Minerals Limited is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Paul Zink as Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective June 15, 2017.
Drone Delivery Canada has become the first and only company of its kind in Canada to successfully achieve Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) test flights.
Corvus Energy wins both Supplier of the Year and Innovation of the Year at the 2017 Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo Awards
Construction remains on budget and on schedule for the Moose River Consolidated Mine, with commissioning scheduled for September 2017.
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Novo Resources Corp. has announced that it has appointed Robert Humphryson as the Company’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
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Metamaterial Technologies Inc. has signed a $5.6M agreement with Lockheed Martin, which represents Lockheed Martin's first solar investment in Canada.
The Eaglehead Property is owned by Carmax Mining Corp.
EnviroLeach Technologies Inc. has announced that it has commenced construction of a 10 tonne per day environmentally friendly E-Waste processing plant.