A glance at some of the day's highlights from the Proactive Investors US and Canada newswires
Helix BioPharma Corp () CEO Heman Chao will be presenting at Noble Capital Markets’ investor conference in Hollywood, Florida on February 17, the company said Friday. Chao will also sit on a panel entitled “Cancer Treatment: Tackling the disease through innovative strategies,” to discuss new therapies to combat cancer. Helix was also selected to present to Noble Capital Markets Life Sciences Scientific and Advisory Board (“LSAB”), in an invitation only event comprised of world-class healthcare professionals with extensive experience in the medical and pharmaceutical industries.
Newrange Gold Corp () (OTCMKTS:NRGOF) offers investors exposure to an early stage explorer with significant gold and silver discovery potential, says Noble Capital Markets, which has started covering the stock with an 'outperform' rating. It is targeting C$0.25 a share, which is more than double the firm's current share price of C$0.12. The firm's assets are the Pamlico project in Nevada, which allows it to explore and develop a district-scale gold deposit over multiple targets. The company also recently enlarged its footprint in the Red Lake area in Ontario with a new option agreement to earn 100% of the H Lake property from Bounty Gold Corp.
EnWave Corporation () (OTCMKTS:NWVCF) has agreed to slim down its Equipment Purchase Agreement with The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd () (OTCMKTS:TGODF) subsidiary Medican Organic Inc. Under the original deal, signed in March 2019, TGOD purchased three of EnWave’s 120kW Radiant Energy Vacuum dehydrating machines for its Valleyfield, Quebec cannabis facility. Now, at TGOD’s request, the parties have agreed to shrink the deal to one machine. TGOD has already paid in full for one machine and partially paid for the new machines no longer part of the agreement. The funds paid in connection to the two cancelled machines covers the costs absorbed by EnWave, the company said.
OTC Markets Group Inc () is congratulating lawmakers for introducing bipartisan legislation on Tuesday that would help qualified public companies trading on an over-the-counter market to offer Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs). The ESOP Fairness Act (S.3270) (H.R.5851) was put forth simultaneously by Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Gary Peters (D-MI) and Representatives Mike Kelly (R-PA-16) and Brian Higgins (D-NY-26) in the House.