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Woulfe Mining Corp C.WOF

Sector: Metals & Mining | Sub-Sector: Industrial Metals & Minerals
Alternate Symbol(s):  WFEMF

Woulfe Mining Corp is a mineral exploration company. It is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties.
Price: $0.055 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 569,439 | Day High/Low: 0.055/0.055 | 52 Week High/Low: 0.12/0.035
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RE:High Trading

Any one who believes that Almonty will get Woulfe is getting in at 0.50 or so for AII.V while AII.V bid price is 0.79 / 0.81 without any trades or not much volume.. Interesting dynamics in a more
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High Trading

Already almost 400K shares sold in 30 minutes, following a big Friday. There seems to always be a buyer...can this possibly be Almonty agreeing to But up all of Resinco's shares at a 5-6 cent more
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Mr. Thornton declined a request for an interview with The Globe and Mail. Mr. Goodman did not respond to a request for comment  rate and reply
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NED GOODMANAfter a 15-month run, Ned Goodman is stepping down as a board member of Barrick Gold Corp. He is starting a new company in the resource space that presents a potential conflict with more
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maybe different this time ...

The Ecclestone article is very similar to the piece he wrote from Hallgarten in January. Ecclestone strongly believes in consolidation for the tungsten sector and he is obviously very happy more
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RE:And now?

I share the same feelings as you do Ionade,  as I'm sure others on this board do too.   Progress for many companies,  especially these days,  is very slow so we are not alone.   No alternative but more
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The “smartest guys on the block” in Tungsten  rate and reply
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And now?

Slowly this feels like the movie Groundog Day, feasibility study update, followed by a merger / takeover offer, then weeks or months with no news at all. Will it also be cancelled due to some more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:explanations (six months later)

Ok, now its clear.  I think we agree to disagree in some cases, but as for the posts of volfram we both we seem to have consensus that they are very informative.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:explanations (six months later)

Ahh perhaps the threading on this progran leaves a bit to be desired.  It attributed your reply directy to Volf's post rather than the reply . . . Sometimes I forget how essentially crude this more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:explanations (six months later)

It has nothing to do with a superior opinion. Its very easy to criticize and act sarcastic without having any opionion at all. If he doesn't agree with volfram or doesn't like his feedback, fine, more
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RE:RE:RE:explanations (six months later)

I hven't noticed you providing material superior in any way . . . perhaps it would be to your benefit to put the entire board on ignore if its insider information you're looking for.  Any attempt more
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RE:RE:explanations (six months later)

So please entlighten us all on why this has happened, it appears you know it all.  We would all be honoured to receive some feedback from you this time, since your past posts have shown no effort more
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RE:explanations (six months later)

Not your best effort.  rate and reply
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explanations (six months later)

Gastown writes: "Can someone explain what happened in January when Woulfe released the results of the final feasability after the markets closed on a Friday? Six months later here we are, more
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RE:RE:Dewatering Mine Correction

Agree with you on those points 100% Ionade, also a vast amount of water would be required to fill up all the Process Plants tanks and thickeners for initial wet commissioning to test pumps and more
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RE:Dewatering Mine Correction

Just to add a few comments to the dewatering: One of the first steps will be evaluate the sizes of the pumps; since for now it is not clear how much water needs to be removed and at which rate. more
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Dewatering Mine Correction

When power is lost to muti-stage pumps, various stop / check valves auto-engage to stop flowback into mine, and keep pumps primed for re-start with out cavitation.  rate and reply
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Six months later....

Can someone explain what happened in January when Woulfe released the results of the final feasability after the markets closed on a Friday? Seemed like a strange decision at the time but when more