On this episode of #HashtagFinance, CSE’s Barrington Miller talks with Guy Goulet, CEO of Cerro de Pasco Resources Inc. (CSE:CDPR) and how the company is focused on applying the latest technology in the production of commodity metals through the treatment and reprocessing of all material resources, dumps, tailings, mining waste and more in order to secure long-term economic prosperity in Peru.
Here’s an overview of what they cover in this podcast:
2:03 – Mineral rights by the numbers.
4:41 – Prospects for the mining sector, gold and silver specifically.
6:39 – Guy’s last visit to Cerro de Pasco.
8:20 – How raising $50M is easier than raising “small” money.
10:46 – Cerro de Pasco’s history including the largest copper stock in the world.
11:34 – Why processing tailings is easier than mining rock.
14:06 – How Guy utilizes his background as a geological engineer in the capital markets.
16:58 – The Cerro de Pasco puzzle and how it comes together.
17:42 – Why he needs to remind stakeholders that its a remediation project, not a mining project.
21:31 – The latest development including their merger with Volcan Compañia Minera S.A.A.
On this episode of #HashtagFinance, CSE’s Barrington Miller was joined by Stephen Stewart, Director of Mistango River Resources Inc. (CSE:MIS) to discuss the why they are hunting for Kirkland Lake gold. He also addresses the dramatic evolution of the company over the past 12 months and why he’s excited about the prospects for the company’s assets in the Kirkland Lake camp.
In this discussion, Stephen Stewart shares how the company is focused on two flagship assets located on the Abitibi Greenstone Belt (3:39), the intertwined history of Kirkland Lake and the mysterious Sir Harry Oakes (6:31), and what drew mining finance legend Eric Sprott to invest in the company. Listen until the end to hear Stephen’s views on the risk and reward factors in mineral exploration, how the “gold bug” narrative is impacting their business, and details concerning this summer’s exploration program.
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CSE’s Barrington Miller was joined by Mike Sieb, Director of Getchell Gold Corp. (CSE:GTCH) to inaugurate the first ever “Mining Monday” session of #HashtagFinance.
In this discussion, Mike shares why Nevada is his favourite jurisdiction for mineral exploration (4:24), the hallmarks of great opportunities in the mining business (7:22), and the factors that are supporting his outlook for gold prices through the end of the year (12:02).
Listen until the end to hear where the company came up with its name, how they differentiate from the competition and why they are committed to their current projects for the immediate future.
CSE’s Barrington Miller recently sat down with Sahar Ayinehsazian, Attorney at Vicente Sederberg, to discuss the many reasons why there is an increasing demand for legal advice from cannabis operators in the US during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this discussion, Sahar shares how Vincente Sederberg is purpose-built as a cannabis law firm to best serve clients in the sector (4:43), the current state of banking access for cannabis operators in the US (7:16), and how her outlook for the year has actually been expedited as a result of the global pandemic (16:55).
Listen until the end to hear about Sahar’s thoughts on the lagging impact of the 2018 Farm Bill, Barrington and Sahar’s common affection for the lulo fruit, and how quarantine has been anything but boring!
CSE’s James Black, Barrington Miller, and Anil Mall were pleased to finally return the favour and host Happy Munkey LLC’s Vladimir Bautista and Ramon Reyes for a deep dive on the intersection of cannabis corporate AND cannabis culture.
In this expansive discussion, the team shares why their recent feature in Forbes is further validation of their mission (2:06), how they are adapting and evolving their business during the pandemic (7:42), and their selections for “five mic” recipients in the cannabis industry (15:23).
Listen until the end to hear how they are preparing for cannabis deregulation in NY state (29:41), their plans for a post-COVID tour (36:30), reflections on their formative years of cannabis-use (42:17), and why industry pioneer Steve DeAngelo called them “superheroes” (48:55).
The CSE’s Barrington Miller sat down with Jason Ackerman, the CEO of TerrAscend Corp. (CSE:TER) to dig deeper into his vision for the company as the recently appointed CEO of the organization.
In this discussion, the reformed banker and online grocer shares how his past experiences have equipped him for a career in cannabis, including his thoughts on how delivering cannabis is a lot easier than convincing people to buy fish online (3:53), how previous crises (e.g. hurricanes) have helped him build a playbook for COVID-19 (8:31), and why banking reform for cannabis businesses will dramatically reduce the cost of capital and help legal business compete with black market suppliers (11:50).
Listen until the end to hear how TerrAscend is attracting new customers in today’s market, the strategic relationship with Canopy Growth, and why he’s excited for the upcoming M&A cycle in the industry.
CSE’s Barrington Miller recently chatted with Iris Bincovich, the CEO of InnoCan Pharma Corporation (CSE:INNO) to discuss their recent patent application. In this chat, Iris shares how her team is designing CBD-loaded exosomes for targeting Coronavirus infected lung cells (2:15), how to improve CBD delivery through an injectable solution (7:53), and her prospects concerning a second wave of the virus later in the year (9:48).
CSE’s Barrington Miller is rejoined by Alan Brochstein, founder of 420 Investor and contributor to New Cannabis Ventures, to discuss the recent issues surrounding the cannabis industry, with a specific focus on what’s happening in the United States and in the stock market.
In this wide-ranging discussion, Alan shares what he thinks are the two major “potholes” on the road to U.S. legalization (3:32), the issues presented by capital constraints in a booming business segment (7:04), the benefits for those that survive the current pandemic crisis in cannabis (10:39), and the industry’s transition from stigmatization to essential service (14:13).
Listen until the end to hear Alan’s thoughts on why banking and research are the next two issues that need to be addressed (18:39), the one mistake investors in U.S. cannabis routinely make (21:14), his biggest cannabis-related disappointment during the pandemic (22:27), the best (and worst) State cannabis rollouts (23:25), why it was important for the industry to shift away from ‘vertical integration’ (30:28), and how the industry will evolve through COVID-19.
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CSE’s Barrington Miller recently caught-up with NexTech AR Solutions Corp. (CSE:NTAR) CEO Evan Gappelberg to discuss his company’s current state of operations during the Coronavirus outbreak in NYC.
During this discussion, Evan provides commentary on the (positive) impact that the pandemic is having on his business (1:19), how their AR (augmented reality) technology fits within the shop-from home-paradigm (4:43), and his prospects for the stock market and predicted timeline for recovery (15:18).
Listen to the entire show to learn about Evan’s past history with Grand Theft Auto (the video game) and his positive experience taking a company public on the Canada Securities Exchange.
CSE’s James Black and Barrington Miller recently sat down to celebrate #HashtagFinance’s 100th(!) episode and reflect on the current state of work/life balance during the era of Coronavirus.
In this wide-ranging Sunday morning chat, JB and Bear discuss how they are adapting and delivering services from the exchange (1:18), the domino effect of events that occurred after PDAC (8:57), and the new WFH (work-from-home) routines that are being established in light of an extended quarantine (13:41).
Listen until the end to hear how the CSE will continue to help and communicate with clients during the pandemic crisis and the advice James and Barrington would give themselves 100 podcast episodes ago.