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Osisko Metals acquires Pine Point Mining and the Key Anacon zinc property – is Callinex Mines the next target?
Osisko Metals Announces the Acquisition of Canadian Continental Exploration Properties and the Camel Back Deposit in the BMC
Osisko Metals Signs Purchase Agreement to Acquire the Key Anacon Property in the Bathurst Mining Camp
Osisko Metals Intersects 12.4 Metres Assaying 9.3% Zinc + 2.8% Lead at the Mount Fronsac North Project
Osisko Metals Intersects 7.5 Metres Assaying 13.4 % Zinc+Lead at the Gilmour South Project
Osisko Metals Announces Phase 1 Drill Program is Underway at the Mount Fronsac Project
Osisko Metals Announces Phase 1 Drill Progam is Underway at the Gilmour South Project
Osisko Metals Announces Royalty Financing of $5 Million With Osisko Gold Royalties
Osisko Metals Announces Closing of $8 Million "Bought Deal" Financing of Flow-Through Shares
Osisko Metals Launches Its New Corporate Website

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Sep 12, 2017) - Osisko Metals Inc. (the "Company" or "Osisko Metals") (TSX VENTURE: OM)(FRANKFURT:0B5) is pleased to announce the launch of its new corporate website, at www.osiskometals.com, and the availability of its updated corporate presentation.

The new website features up-to-date information on the Company's assets as well as quick and easy access to in-depth information regarding the Company, its management and board of directors, corporate presentations, news releases and other relevant corporate information. The new corporate presentation, found on the Company's website, outlines the Company's focus and strategy within the Bathurst Mining Camp as well as the Company's strategy to become a base metals developer and producer.

President Jeff Hussey states, "We are pleased to have the new website online. Not only can our shareholders have access to up-to-date and more complete information, this new website launch is a demonstration of our commitment to transparency and timely disclosure."
Osisko Metals Starts Aggressive Phase 1 Drill Program in the Bathurst Mining Camp
Osisko Metals Appoints Senior Exploration Staff

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Sep 5, 2017) - Osisko Metals Inc. (the "Company" or "Osisko Metals") (TSX VENTURE:OM)(FRANKFURT:0B5) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Robin Adair, P. Geo, as Vice President Exploration and Mr. Gary Woods, P.Geo, as Senior Exploration Manager, Bathurst Project.

Mr. Adair is a Professional Geologist with over thirty-three years of experience in base metals exploration and development including project acquisition, exploration and discoveries, development and production. Mr. Adair spent the majority of his career working for Noranda/Falconbridge, holding several senior positions including Senior Manager, Zinc Exploration. During this time, he spent 11 years in the Bathurst camp where he is credited with a number of significant discoveries leading to production. In later years, Mr. Adair worked in base metal exploration throughout Quebec and Canada as well as internationally. He was also a key member of the team that discovered and developed the Bracemac-McLead mine in the Matagami camp in Quebec. His technical experience encompasses resource estimation, predictive metallurgical studies, environmental impact assessments, NI 43-101 reporting, negotiation of joint-venture agreements, corporate development and community relations. Mr. Adair received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Geology from the University of Alberta and is a Registered Professional Geologist and Qualified Person. He is currently an Honorary Research Associate at the University of New Brunswick and works with the mineral deposits group.

The Company is also pleased to welcome Mr. Gary Woods as Senior Exploration Manager, Bathurst Project. Mr. Woods has close to 40 years of professional experience in mineral exploration with a specialization in volcanogenic massive sulphide and porphyry/skarn base metal deposits. In 1982, Mr. Woods joined BP Minerals where he was first introduced to the Bathurst Mining Camp, and where he played a key role in the discovery of the Daniels Pond Zn-Pb deposit and other massive sulphide deposits in central Newfoundland. He later joined Noranda Exploration where he progressed to Exploration Manager for Eastern Canada and was involved in exploring for porphyry/skarn copper and volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits in both New Brunswick and Newfoundland. Mr. Woods was involved in the Mt. Fronsac North and the Halfmile Deep discoveries in the Bathurst Mining Camp. He then became Exploration Manager for Noranda in Mexico, focusing on porphyry copper exploration. Most recently he was Exploration Manager for Starcore International Mines Ltd., managing mineral exploration for an underground gold/silver mining operation in central Mexico. Mr. Woods holds a B.Sc. in Geology from Western University in Ontario and is a Registered Professional Geologist and Qualified Person.

Jeff Hussey, President and CEO of Osisko Metals comments: "We welcome Robin and Gary to our management team and look forward to benefitting from their extensive base metal experience in the Bathurst Mining Camp. They will no doubt contribute to making new discoveries and advance projects towards development and production."
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.640.303 von Rohstoffinvestor am 31.08.17 17:28:08"We are currently updating our Website" - steht da seit Längerem... Keine Ahnung, wie lange das noch dauert...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.639.724 von kawa3005 am 31.08.17 16:35:59stimmt da muss ich dir recht geben. Ist schon etwas verwirrend.
Hoffentlich kommt bald die Berichtigung auf der Homepage.
Damit kommen wir an die 100 MK
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.638.704 von Rohstoffinvestor am 31.08.17 15:14:53
Zitat vonRohstoffinvestor: http://osiskometals.com/medias/iw/Osisko-Metals-June-2017-Co…

Da ist aber das PP aus dem Juli noch nicht berücksichtigt...
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.637.180 von rolleg am 31.08.17 12:56:55nein - ist falsch. Siehe auch Präsentation auf der Homepage .
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.634.027 von Rohstoffinvestor am 31.08.17 08:22:32Lt. comdirect https://www.comdirect.de/inf/aktien/detail/uebersicht.html?I… und lt. dem Artikel im Northern Miner (siehe oben), stimmt die MC. :rolleyes:
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.632.683 von rolleg am 30.08.17 22:38:23Ne - die MK stimmt nicht.
zu den ca. 29 Mio kommen jetzt noch 4 Mio dazu.
Sind gesamt ca. 33 Mio (unverwässert)
Ergibt also ca. 53 Mio CAD MK.
Dafür ist ordentlich Cash da.
Der Kursrückgang ist nicht nachvollziehbar - aber o.k. für diejenigen die noch einsteigen wollen.

The Company will also proceed with a three to one (3 to 1) share consolidation (the “Consolidation”) concurrent with the name change to better prepare for future growth. Following the Consolidation, Osisko Metals will have 29,580,320 shares issued and 32,913,098 shares outstanding on a fully diluted basis. The Company’s insiders and four major shareholders, who collectively own over 60% of the total issued common shares, have expressed support for the Company to proceed with the Consolidation. The Company is to commence trading as Osisko Metals on a post-Consolidation basis under the new symbol TSXV: OM following the receipt of TSX Venture Exchange approval to the change of name and consolidation.
MC mittlerweile schon ~ 100 Mio CAD :eek:

Bis jetzt wurde nur Geld eingesammelt - ca. ~ 40 mio. Letztes PP (Flow-Through oder Bought Deal) muss noch dieses Jahr für Exploration ausgegeben werden. News bezüglich Bohrprogramm sind also zu erwarten...
Osisko Metals Announces $8 Million "Bought Deal" Financing of Flow-Through Shares
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 55.454.781 von Boersiback am 03.08.17 21:52:32Da gibts noch nicht soo viel:

The Mount Fronsac deposit contains a historical, non 43-101 compliant, unclassified resource of 1.26 million tonnes grading 7.65 % Zn, 2.18 % Pb, 0.14% Cu, 40.3 g/t Ag, and 0.40 g/t Au. This high grade zone is hosted within 14 million tonnes of low-grade, semi-massive (>60%) to locally massive sulfides that occur in an envelope of quartz-sericite ± chlorite schist.

+ Eastern Bathurst Camp:

gibts eigentlich bei dem gebiet eine resourcenschätzung ?

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