Agnico Eagle Mines (AEM)

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Base metals hunting season resumes in James Bay and Maine

John Kaiser from Kaiser Research starts off his June 19th Discovery Watch broadcast with a colourful take on the current bidding war between Agnico Eagle Mines (Cloudy; AEM) and Osisko Mining (Mixed; OSK) spin-out O3 Mining for Alexandria Minerals (AZX). The prize is Alexandria's Cadillac Break Properties located in Val d'Or Quebec, and Kaiser wouldn't be surprised to see another bidder surface before all is said and done. In the second section of the broadcast, John Kaiser reports that Midland Exploration (Cloudy; MD) has started its summer 2019 exploration campaign in search of copper on its Mythril project in the James Bay area of Quebec.

McLeod stocks up on Sabina shares

When mining engineer Bruce McLeod took the helm at Nunavut gold play Sabina Gold and Silver (SBB) in mid-February, he promptly bought 36,500 shares in the public market at 39 cents.

Like many junior gold stocks, Sabina has been pummelled on the Toronto Stock Exchange, falling from highs above $7 in 2011. Unlike most, Sabina has a resource estimate exceeding 5 million ounces of high-grade gold in the measured and indicated categories.

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