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CUU own 25% Schaft Creek: proven/probable min. reserves/940.8m tonnes = 0.27% copper, 0.19 g/t gold, 0.018% moly and 1.72 g/t silver containing: 5.6b lbs copper, 5.8m ounces gold, 363.5m lbs moly and 51.7m ounces silver; (Recoverable CuEq 0.46%)


BREAKING: Empower Clinics Announces Joint Venture with Heritage Cannabis for the Production of Hemp Derived CBD Oils and Formulated Products in Oregon USA

  • Heritage, via its wholly owned subsidiary Purefarma Solutions Inc., will install extraction units and related downstream extraction equipment inside Empower’s existing 5,000 sq. ft. licenced hemp processing facility in Sandy, OR.
  • JV will be equally funded by both companies with Heritage investing an initial $500,000 for start-up funds, as the build out completes and the JV secures high quality hemp supply from local growers
  • Once operational, the JV will begin producing proprietary branded products for Empower’s corporately owned physician staffed health clinics in Washington State, Oregon, Nevada and Arizona

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Well, since Teck is now the major partner and operator of Schaft Creek I don't see why CUU would want to go in there and spend money drilling or doing anything. Then CUU's multi million dollar investment in DCOP looks like it's dissapeared with the drunken sailor on shore leave so I guess all they have left to sink money into and provide upbeat news releases on is Arizona.

I was wondering something though. If DCOP goes under can or will CUU as the major shareholder cover any debt and take over DCOP for all their claims? I doubt there are any big loans or lines of credit as without banks they have to rely on dilution to stay afloat. No idea on this but I wonder if there is some sort of "after plan" as CUU invested a few million but seem to be leaving them to hang themselves now.

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