VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 7, 2022 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with K9 Gold, Algernon Pharmaceuticals, Deep-South Resources, and Saturn Oil & Gas on their latest news.
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K9 Gold (TSXV:KNC) begins 2022 drill program, updates 2021 assays
K9 Gold (KNC) has commenced its 2022 drill program and updated its 2021 assays. A minimum 4,000 m of diamond drilling is underway at the Jumper's Pond Zone on the Stony Lake Project in Newfoundland. Director and Chief Geologist Chris Healey spoke with Daniella Atkinson about the updates and the return to the field.
For the full interview with Chris Healey and to learn more about K9 Gold, click here
Algernon Pharmaceuticals (CSE:AGN) updates Phase 1 DMT human stroke study
Algernon (AGN) has provided an update on its planned Phase 1 clinical human study of AP-188. Algernon is completing the intravenous formulation that will be used in the study and has retained the Centre for Human Drug Research in the Netherlands. Christopher J. Moreau, CEO of Algernon Pharmaceuticals, sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Christopher J. Moreau and to learn more about Algernon, click here
Deep-South Resources (TSXV:DSM) to acquire up to 80 per cent of 3 copper exploration licences in heart of Zambia copper belt
Deep-South Resources (DSM) has closed an option agreement with World Class Minerals Venture (WCMV). World Class Minerals Venture has granted the company the exclusive right to acquire up to an 80 per cent undivided interest in three copper exploration licences in Zambia. Pierre Leveille, CEO of Deep South Resources, sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Pierre Leveille and to learn more about Deep-South Resources, click here
Saturn Oil & Gas (TSXV:SOIL) completes Viking acquisition and closes private placement financing
Saturn Oil & Gas (SOIL) has acquired assets in the Viking area of Saskatchewan for closing cash consideration of approximately $248 million. The company has also completed a non-brokered private placement for gross proceeds of $400,326. John Jeffrey, CEO of Saturn, sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news.
For the full interview with John Jeffrey and to learn more about Saturn Oil & Gas, click here
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