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   Gold/Mining/EnergyInventus Mining Corp - IVS


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From: JW@KSC4/21/2016 11:55:58 PM
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What is the "Best" Gold Exploration Tool that Inventus has at Pardo.
Gold Pan
 
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GPS like a Garmin GPSMAP 64s
 
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Magnetic Susceptibility Meter
 
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Geiger counter
 
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Assay Equipment
 
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Rock Crusher
 
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Hammer Pick
 
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Exporation Drill Rig
 
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Wearing a Green Stone Belt
 
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If you know it post it, Post the right answer first and You'll be the first to know via SI Mail the Temagami Relationship to IVS
 
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This poll is now closed (poll closed on 22 Apr 2016).

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (49)4/22/2016 11:20:29 AM
From: JW@KSC
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At least one of the investors I mentioned in the previous post, most likely does not hold the shares anymore.
He was the largest holder out of those I mentioned in :

NOTE: Also there are another Appox. 12M shares owned by 3 parties In 2011 (last date of record I have) by former Ginguro Associates or investors. Whether these Parties held those shares or not is an unknown.
Sheldon Inwentash in 2011 held 7,050,000 Shares and 1,125,000 Warrants in Ginguro.



Mining financier Sheldon Inwentash departs Pinetree Capital in big shakeup - Jan 27, 2015

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (52)4/22/2016 2:01:16 PM
From: StemuliteWorks
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7 mill plus warrants? dang, have we even had that much volume collectively since then? Also, that would make for double that number total volume I would think unless another insider absorbed it but we would have heard about that through Sedar.

IDK, we shall see....Hey was I right on my answer? HaHaHa......kinda shootin from the hip, know very little other than what I read and hear from reputable people.

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To: StemuliteWorks who wrote (53)4/22/2016 8:09:05 PM
From: JW@KSC
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What choice did you pick in the poll, I can't see the Poll in Si Polls. And the Poll Link on the board no longer works??

Your right about Sheldon and his shares and warrants, thats a lot of shares and warrants.
Erie posted in 2013 about his buy on the MUX Board.

I can't locate it now but I saw the Sprott bought in on a private placement in Ginguro back in 2015 also. The problem with working on a tablet. I try to save this stuff in at least two places so it won't get lost but I cant find the older Sprott PP link anywhere.

But Im guessing it not matter what he purchase before as the newest one says

The Acquisition represents 7.8 % of the currently issued and outstanding Shares on a non-diluted basis and 11.3% on a partially diluted basis.


I hope that includes everything.

Sprott IVS - MARKETWIRED

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (38)4/23/2016 11:34:45 PM
From: JW@KSC
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Things that go Bump in the Night and Disturb the Sound of Silence, then make you Wonder?

Following up on my previous post, in which I had written had asked

With No PR's by Endurance in 2016 on the IVS Private Placements or Inventus appoints Greg Gibson to Board of Directors and Sprott Mining Inc. as operator to manage the Pardo Joint Venture. Mean anything?

I did not receive any feedback on this part of the post. So I'm brining it up again..

I'm intrigued on the way the last IVS PR is worded.

Toronto, Ontario. Inventus Mining Corp. ("Inventus" or the "Company") (TSX.V: IVS) is pleased to announcethat Sprott Mining Inc. (“Sprott Mining”) has agreed to act as operator to manage the Pardo Joint Venture (“Pardo JV”) between Mount Logan Resources Ltd. (“Mount Logan”) and Endurance Gold Corporation (“Endurance”). Mount Logan is owned 100% by Inventus and owns 64.5 percent of the Pardo JV with 35.5 percent owned by Endurance. As operator of the Pardo JV, Mount Logan has arranged with Sprott Mining to act on the company’s behalf to develop a comprehensive bulk sampling program for the Pardo JV property commencing in 2016. A Pardo JV management committee meeting will be convened as soon as practicable to plan and approve the technical aspects of the program.
The way it is written using "JV Property" does this sound like they will be Bulk Sampling just the "JV part" of Pardo, or by using the Term "JV Property" are they are referring to the entire Pardo Project?

Anyones take on this and how it reads in their mind, would be appreciated.

The reason for asking others here for your interpretation, as later in the PR Whymark uses the term Pardo Project.

We are excited that Greg and his team will be taking the Pardo Project to the next level of its development as the first paleo placer gold deposit in Canada”, said Wayne Whymark Chairman and CEO of Inventus.
It sounds to me like the 2016 program will just be working (Bulk Sampling) in the JV section only.

And if so, why has there not been a PR put out by Endurance (ENDGF) ? BUMP


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To: JW@KSC who wrote (55)4/24/2016 9:28:12 AM
From: Erie
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JW
I didn't reply before because I didn't have anything to add. I still don't, but since you asked again, it seemed that I should at least say 'My guess isn't any better than yours!'
My guess is that the fact that this PR focused on the JV solely doesn't mean that the Operator isn't going to do some bulk sampling and other planning/probing or whatever elsewhere.
My other guess is that the fact that Endurance didn't echo the PR may reflect that the relationship between the two companies is still in the toilet. Yeah, I know that's not an excuse to not inform one's shareholders, but given their history . . . . It does seem dumb, however, for Endurance to not let investors know that one of their projects is moving forward. Why not release news that might support the share price!

Erie

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (54)4/24/2016 1:00:13 PM
From: StemuliteWorks
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I chose a gold pan.....best and most used tool when it gets right down to it!

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To: JW@KSC who wrote (55)4/24/2016 1:05:36 PM
From: StemuliteWorks
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For starters EDG has been a thorn....I posted my thoughts about your question : Message 30552093

Basically I believe they know this "bulk sample" really is not a sample at all. Rather, it is the commencement of the lowest cost per ounce mining operation in the world......

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To: StemuliteWorks who wrote (57)4/24/2016 2:29:40 PM
From: JW@KSC
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Actually the Poll answer was the Geiger Counter. There is Uranium content in the Conglomerate (between 10 and 50 parts per million), and since the Conglomerate is covered with a layer of earth and vegetation, (that is removed by Hydo once the Conglomerate is detected) the Geiger Counter is their most valuable exploration tool.

At Pardo, uranium concentrations are known to be closely associated with elevated concentrations of gold in the host conglomerate.


A Quote from a Site Visit I read back then.
But as is the case in the Wits basin, much of the gold mineralization at Pardo is coincident with paleo-placer uranium mineralization in the form of uraninite, so simple hand-held radiometric surveying has proven to be an invaluable technique for finding gold in bedrock under the area’s thin but extensive overburden.During a visit to the property by The Northern Miner in September 2013, Ginguro geologist Winston Whymark scampered across the exposed outcrop at 007 zone, showing how his portable radiometric spectrometer would scream and go off-scale whenever he approached the high-grade gold zones.“We couldn’t have made a better investment than that spectrometer, that’s for sure,” he beamed. “The dots are here, and we’re connecting them.”

Site Visit by Northern Miner in 2014

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From: StemuliteWorks4/24/2016 3:14:13 PM
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Thanks for posting that Bill Holter interview....Pretty strong stuff in there, look out, maybe sooner than we think.

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