Arnoldus, you said:

"The Nova Scotia property gives them great future potential but in the mean time makes you wonder if everything as settled as made out to be during this crucial time." 

I suggest, with the greatest of respect, that I would rather have a company that bases its decisions on what is in the best interests of the company, rather than one that bases its decisions on fear of what progressive steps might do to share price in terms of a skeptical and often manipulated market.  Surely you aren't suggesting that the company should just still tight and work on nothing but Antonius' holy grail of offtake agreements and JV agreements, to the exclusion of further advance planning.  The market is hugely focused on today and the very immediate future.  I have time to wait so I have respect for a company that is planning many steps down the road.