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Australian regulator halts Regent Pacific’s attempt to drop BC Iron bid

Hong Kong-based Regent Pacific Group Ltd said it would consider reinstating debt funding for its original bid for Australian iron ore producer BC Iron Ltd. This move follows a decision by Australia's Takeovers Panel declaring a case of "unacceptable circumstances" for Regent's "purported termination" of its takeover scheme with BC Iron.

LIM announces $110 million equity financing

Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Limited (TSX:LIM) announced that in connection with its previously announced public offering on April 4, 2011, it has entered into an agreement with a syndicate of underwriters to sell 8 million common shares of the company at C$12.50 per common share and 666,700 flow-through shares at C$15.00 per share for aggregate gross proceeds of C$110,000,500.

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Alberta conservation plan would cancel some oil sands leases: Globe

The government of Alberta, on the global defensive for its management of the oilsands, says it will revoke a number of oil sands leases, leading some in the oil patch to bring up comparisons with Venezuela. The Globe and Mail reports: The Alberta government has proposed new environmental rules that would revoke a number of oil sands leases – including those which already have active projects – in an effort to protect sensitive habitat, wildlife and forest land in the most industrialized area of the province.

Arian Silver intercepts high-grade silver at San Jose

Arian Silver Corporation (TSXV: AGQ) (AIM:AGQ) (FRANKFURT: I3A), a silver exploration, development and production company with a focus on projects in the silver belt of Mexico, is pleased to report assay results from a further 11 holes recently drilled at its 100%-owned San Jose Property in Zacatecas State, Mexico.