Magnesium Company News Directory

West High Yield Appoints New Director, Looks to Sell 10,000 Bulk Sample

West High Yield (TSXV:WHY) announced it has started the permitting process for the sale of a 10,000 ton bulk sample and gold reclamation, while also completing a 99 sample test of historical gold mining reject rock. The company also announced that Maria Marasco, a member of the Marasco family which owns and control 49.5 percent of the company, has been appointed to the board of directors.

West High Yield Closes Financing

West High Yield Resources Ltd. (TSXV:WHY) announced the closing of its previously announced non-brokered Private Placement, raising gross proceeds of $370,700 through the issuance of 1,235,666 Units at a price of $0.30 per Unit.

Nevada Clean Magnesium Reports Board Changes

Nevada Clean Magnesium, Inc. (TSXV:NVM,FWB:M1V,OTC Pink:MLYFF) has appointed Jeff Wilson, Ph.D., P.Geo. as an independent member of the Company’s Board of Directors. Wilson will assume the Board seat vacated by Daniel Koyich, who will move to the company's technical advisory board.

Nevada Clean Magnesium’s JV with ScanMag Approved By TSX Venture

Nevada Clean Magnesium, Inc.(TSXV:NVM,FWB:M1V,OTC Pink Sheets:MLYFF) announced that the TSX Venture Exchange has conditionally approved its joint venture agreement with ScanMag AS, a Norway-based industrial minerals company. The JV partnership allows for the companies to collaborate on and mutually benefit from the development of their respective high quality dolomite deposits in order to produce magnesium metal for the North American and European industrial markets.

Nevada Clean Magnesium Files Amended and Restated Technical Report for Tami-Mosi

Nevada Clean Magnesium, Inc.(TSXV:NVM,FWB:M1V,OTC Pink:MLYFF) announced today that it has amended its National Instrument 43-101 preliminary economic assessment and technical report for its Tami-Mosi Magnesium Project. The original report was dated September 15, 2011 and was amended as of July 4, 2014. There were no material differences between the mineral resources estimates in the original report regarding Tami-Mosi and those set out in the amended report.