AED: In Canada, Liberals Retain Minority Government

The Canadian federal election has come and gone, and the results appear to be very similar to those of the 2019 election, according to an analysis by Associated Equipment Distributors (AED). While there are still races that are too close to call, the Liberals have secured another minority government. The current tally has the Liberals at 158 seats, (up three…

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Athabasca Locks Down Sand Deposits; Offers Operational Update

Athabasca Minerals Inc. (AMI) has bought out the “at arm’s length” partners of Privco1 and Privco2 to secure 100% ownership of each company, which respectively hold the Montney and Duvernay premium domestic sand deposits in Alberta, Canada. These transactions were combined and concluded for eight million AMI shares (plus $1.00), to be issued in three milestone installments and valued at $2.0 million…

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Canadian Legislation Focuses on Aggregates Advances

According to the Ontario Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (OSSGA), Minister Kathleen McGarry stood in the House to introduce the long-awaited Aggregate Resources and Mining Modernization Act, a bill the government is putting forward to amend and modernize both the Aggregate Resources Act (ARA) and Mining Act.

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Claim Post Starts Producing at Seymourville

Claim Post Resources Inc. announced that SGS Mineral Services of Lakefield, Ontario, Canada, has successfully produced 99.3 percent pure silica sand from the Seymourville sand deposit. This high-grade silica sand deposit is located 200 km northeast of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, just off of paved Highway 304 on the east shore of Lake Winnipeg.

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