Junior roundup: Crusader, Alicanto, Dynasty, LAM

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Friday, February 26, 2016

The shares of Australia's Crusader Resources will resume trading on March 1 following a trading halt request pending the release of a capital raising announcement, according to a securities filing.

Crusader is focused on its projects in Brazil, including the Borborema and Juruena gold projects and the Posse iron ore project.

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Guyana-focused Alicanto Minerals will resume trading on the Australian Securities Exchange on March 1 following a trading halt request pending the release of a joint venture agreement regarding the Arakaka gold project, a filing said.

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Vancouver-based Dynasty Metals & Mining received environmental authorization for the Dynasty gold project located south of the company's Zaruma gold mine and mill in Ecuador, a press release said.

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Vancouver's Latin American Minerals (LAM) appointed Basil Botha as company chairman and CEO, the company said in a statement.

LAM has gold and diamond projects in Paraguay.

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