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Canstar Resources Inc V.ROX

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

Canstar Resources Inc is a mineral exploration and development company.
Price: $0.05 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 0 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 0.10/0.025
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Worth a Repost

Smackdown71 posted this back in November. Thought it was so well done it's deserving of a repost. This is a New Beginning and Value Starts Now To keep this brief, results are in from the...read more
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RE:RE:BMO 107,000 cross trade today

Rookie51,  If you don't mind me asking what was the turning point for you to exit Canstar ? Not sure if you will read this message since you have moved on. I know I would sure like to know the game...read more
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RE:BMO 107,000 cross trade today

I sold my last 107,000 shares today from my BMO account just so happens the buyer was from BMO.  rate and reply
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BMO 107,000 cross trade today

14:54:06 V 0.045 0.005 18,000 9 BMO Nesbitt 1 Anonymous K 14:54:06 V 0.045 0.005 10,000 9...read more
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Kenora or Buchans

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RE:A friendly gathering??

Diabase1 thanks for your MM History recap. That must of taken a bit of time for sure. I appreciate it. Also I absolutely agree that Dan Oosterman has done a great job moving these projects forward. A...read more
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A friendly gathering??

For the week of Jan 19/15, almost 1.4M shares of ROX traded. Normal weekly trading is generally less than 250K. A coincidence or not, but Goldcorp also took out Probe Mines on Jan 19/15!!!! Some...read more
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Mary March History!

HISTORY OF EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT A four month compilation of existing "open file" and "in-house" data, during the winter of 1990 - 1991, led to the staking of a large ground position in the...read more
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Love Hockeypuck's post

The glacial pace of the TSX-V is the god honest truth ... As I alluded to, not many winners over the years and frankly, I always though MaryMarch was interesting, of course, you have the JV partner...read more
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will call tomorrow

And report back, been tied up with real life  rate and reply
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RE:I'm looking for a whale!!

11:31:59 V 0.04 -0.015 130,000 79 CIBC 9 BMO Nesbitt   11:31:19 V 0.04 -0.015 120,000 79...read more
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RE:I'm looking for a whale!!

11:31:59 V 0.04 -0.015 130,000 79 CIBC 9 BMO Nesbitt   11:31:19 V 0.04 -0.015 120,000 79...read more
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RE:More Thoughts Jordon3!

Diabase , from I understand the  feeder zone is generally below the ore zone ie the footwall. And yes I think it would definitely be helpful in tracking down the NA source. It will take more drilling...read more
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I'm looking for a whale!!

All of this trading (selling of 438,000 shares) took place between 11:28 and 11:34 (6 minutes), between RBC and BMO. Talk about a smoke screen!! The TSX-V are probably still trying to clear the smoke...read more
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RE:RE:More Thoughts Jordon3!

I believe those IP surveys referred to, are surface surveys, and not down hole surveys. These are the chargeability maps that you see on their website. If you look at their maps, there is a large IP...read more
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RE:More Thoughts Jordon3!

Excellent thoughts Diabase, No,  Canstar did not carry out down hole EM surveys to my knowledge. Below is from the June 2014 NR....not exactly sure of the findings. I am in no way a geologist either...read more
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More Thoughts Jordon3!

Jordon3: the stockwork zone is generally at or near the bottom of a zinc/lead/copper orebody. Could this be considered a feeder zone? a barite layer is generally located at the top of a zinc/lead...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Some Thoughts

some great posts jordon3. your geological insights are very interesting. Since zinc (sphalerite) is non-magnetic, a detailed magnetic survey could assist in locating targets (magnetic lows) . I think...read more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Some Thoughts

Ha, I just want this years drill program to nail the source and come up with at least one drill hole with similar historical,stellar results. When this happens we will be off to the races!  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Some Thoughts

Im waiting for the Pink Panther music to start and jacques clouseau to appear....brilliant deductions Jordan.... I just hope the Probe is not coming from my Doctor. HP  rate and reply