5N Plus invests $8.5M in Montreal campus to support demand for semiconductor materials

5N Plus invests $8.5M in Montreal campus to support demand for semiconductor materials
  MONTREAL – 5N Plus Inc. (TSX: VNP), a leading global producer of specialty semiconductors and performance materials, reported that it is investing $8.5 million in its Montreal campus to expand the development and manufacturing of critical and strategic materials, including those containing tellurium, for advanced II-VI semiconductor compounds and engineered powders. The investment is supported by and has received funding from the... Read More

Maritime launches 40,000-metre Newfoundland drill program

Maritime launches 40,000-metre Newfoundland drill program
  TORONTO – Maritime Resources Corp. on Wednesday, June 2 said it has initiated a fully-financed exploration program at its Hammerdown gold project in the Baie Verte mining district on the island of Newfoundland. The company said exploration activities are underway with two drills exploring along the highly prospective Hammerdown Deformation Zone, and will work outwards to new high... Read More

New messenger API for Instagram allows brands to manage messages directly from Hootsuite

New messenger API for Instagram allows brands to manage messages directly from Hootsuite
  VANCOUVER –  Hootsuite, the global leader in social media management, reported its integration with the new Messenger API for Instagram after joining the highly anticipated Messenger API for Instagram beta program in 2020. The new API, which allows brands and organizations to govern their Instagram-related communications from their preferred social media and customer care management platforms, will be unveiled in a... Read More

Near record-breaking new listings in the Fraser Valley not enough to match insatiable buyer demand

Near record-breaking new listings in the Fraser Valley not enough to match insatiable buyer demand
  SURREY – Fraser Valley’s extraordinary pandemic real estate market continued to break sales records – for the ninth consecutive month – while at the same time, reaching near-historic levels of new listings in May. In May, the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board (FVREB) processed 2,951 sales on its Multiple Listing Service (MLS), an increase of 267 per cent compared... Read More