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Canada Silver drills 0.41 metres of 51,512 g/t silver at Castle Silver Mine, Ontario

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Canada Silver Cobalt Works Inc. [CCW-TSXV; CCWOF-OTCBB; 4T9B-FSE] reported additional wedge intercept of the second high-grade silver vein (vein 2) within 60 metres of the Robinson Zone discovery hole CA-1108. The Robinson Zone Project is 100%-owned by the company, in the 78 km2 Castle Silver Mine property, in Gowganda, Ontario. New intersection of Vein 2…

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Canada Silver Cobalt Works Inc. [CCW-TSXV; CCWOF-OTCBB; 4T9B-FSE] reported additional wedge intercept of the second high-grade silver vein (vein 2) within 60 metres of the Robinson Zone discovery hole CA-1108. The Robinson Zone Project is 100%-owned by the company, in the 78 km2 Castle Silver Mine property, in Gowganda, Ontario.

New intersection of Vein 2 assayed 51,612 g/t silver (1,506 oz/ton) over 0.41 metres from 561.73 – 562.44 metres with a true width of 4-6cm and included in a wider interval of 30,931 g/t silver (902 oz/ton) over 0.71 metresd in hole CS-20-39W2.

Follow up from CS-20-39 was the highest-grade silver to date at Robinson Zone at 89,853 g/t silver (2,621 oz/ton) over a true width of 5-7cm (January 29, 2021). Wedge 2 intercept was about 6 metres from original hole.

There was a visually highly mineralized core interval approximately 13 metres from Wedge 2 in hole CS-20-39W4. Interval is over 0.95 metres including wallrock silver at a downhole depth of 550 metres. Vein has an approximate true width 2-3 cm.

Core from CS-20-39 wedge 4 intersections and bordering core is split and samples have been sent to Lab for assaying. Assays are pending.

High-grade silver mineralization over 4 – 6 cm true width in hole CS-20-39W2 was 51,612 g/t silver (1,506 o/t) over 0.41 metres.

There was visually high-grade silver mineralization over 2-3 cm true width in hole CS-20-39W4 at 551.1 metres depth with assays pending.

This new high-grade vein panel is being expanded using wedge drilling. Additional assays and expanded panel size will be updated as results become available. The potential of the Robinson Zone has significantly increased with the development of this second, distinct, high-grade silver vein. With follow-up drilling, the existing resource panels reported in a Press Release May 28, 2020 will be expanded. In that release, a maiden resource estimate identified zones 1A and 1B of the Robinson Zone had an average silver grade of 8,582 g/t (250 oz/ton) in a combined 27,400 tonnes of material for a total of 7.56 million Inferred ounces of silver using a cut-off grade of 258 g/t AgEq.

Matt Halliday, P.Geo., President, said, “Vein 2, or ‘Big Silver’, is evolving significantly with the ongoing wedge drilling and is shaping up to be even nicer than Vein 1, or ‘Robinson Vein’. Further drilling is expected to continue to enlarge this zone.”


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Kahun back with McDavid: When it comes to the forward line blender, Tippett slices and dices with the best of them

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Author of the article: David Staples  •  Edmonton Journal Edmonton Oilers Connor McDavid (97) gets knocked off the puck by Vancouver Canucks Quinn Hughes (43) during NHL action at Rogers Place in Edmonton, May 6, 2021. Photo by Ed Kaiser /Postmedia This in from the Edmonton Oilers, new line combinations, with the DYNamite Line of…

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Edmonton Oilers Connor McDavid (97) gets knocked off the puck by Vancouver Canucks Quinn Hughes (43) during NHL action at Rogers Place in Edmonton, May 6, 2021. Photo by Ed Kaiser /Postmedia This in from the Edmonton Oilers, new line combinations, with the DYNamite Line of Leon Draisaitl, Kailer Yamamoto and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins reunited, William Lagesson paired with Adam Larsson, and Dominik Kahun on the same line as Connor McDavid and Jesse Puljujarvi.

This from Oilers play-by-play ace Jack Michaels:

Practice today (minus P. Russell & Kulikov)…

Kahun-McDavid-Puljujarvi

RNH-Draisaitl-Yamamoto

Ennis/Neal-McLeod-Chiasson

Shore-Khaira-Archibald

Nurse-Barrie

Lagesson-Larsson

Jones-Bear

Koekkoek-Bouchard

Oilers line combinations, on-ice numbers 5X5, from Natural Stat Trick My take 1.  When it comes to blendering up the forward lines, Edmonton Oilers coach Dave Tippett is now slicing and dicing with the best of them. Of course, this is garbage time for the Oilers’ season where they’re unlikely to move up or down the standings. They’re playing out the string until the playoffs, striving to remain both healthy but also sharp and competitive at the same time. They’re playing what amounts to Exhibition games-plus. It’s a good time to experiment with forward lines and Tippett is taking advantage of that fact, changing up the lines every few games.

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2. It’s hard to judge each line over a short amount of time but that’s all Tippett has to go on at this point, these small amounts of time each trio has been together. What we see is that this year the most productive line has been Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and Kailer Yamamoto, which in 134 minutes together has scored 12 goals and given up just two. That’s out-of-this-world production, even better than what we saw from the DYNamite Line last year, when RNH, Draisaitl and Yamamoto scored 30 goals and gave up just nine.

3. The problem with the Oil’s most successful line is that it sees McDavid and Draisaitl combining well, but it’s likely that success in the playoffs will be predicated on having McDavid and Draisaitl leading their own lines, delivering that kind of one-two punch. Tippett has searched for an effective second line this year. He found it last year with the DYNamites, but that same line hasn’t done so well together so far this year, with three goals for and five against in 81 minutes. But, again, that’s a small sample size, and some of those minutes came when RNH was just back from a concussion. It’s a shrewd move to go back to the line now to see if it can again function at a high level.

4. I also like the line of McDavid, Puljujarvi and Kahun, a trio which has had some success in the smallest of samples, with three goals for and just one against in 35 minutes. Kahun loves to pass the puck and Puljujarvi is progressing as a shooter and passer. Both are solid enough defensively. I also like the line because it puts Puljujarvi in a more prominent spot, becoming the primary sniper. I have high hopes for this line.

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5. In recent games, Tippett tried out Kahun, RNH and Yamamoto. They played together 58 minutes and worked some tricky passing plays but didn’t score much, just one goal, while giving up two. The line did have some good moments against the Canucks, but I doubt that a trio of three smaller players will have much success in the heavy slogging of the playoffs.

6. It’s not a great bargaining point for RNH that each of the three top lines he’s been on here haven’t done so well.  But perhaps he can turn that around now with Drai and Yamo.

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Three to See Saturday: Paula walks, Mars approached and Root 107

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Author of the article: Fish Griwkowsky A slice of Edith and Heinrich A Eichner’s mosaic work in Coronation Park. Fish Griwkowsky Paula in the park: In case you’re missing Paula Simons’ sharp and curious mind here at the Journal, the senator’s brand-new, online Jane’s Walk is a simply fantastic way to catch up, and also…

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A slice of Edith and Heinrich A Eichner’s mosaic work in Coronation Park. Fish Griwkowsky Paula in the park: In case you’re missing Paula Simons’ sharp and curious mind here at the Journal, the senator’s brand-new, online Jane’s Walk is a simply fantastic way to catch up, and also learn all about one of Edmonton’s underrated, north-side treasures: Coronation Park — which contains three of our best buildings, two of them planetariums, hilariously. In her precise and enthusiastic way, Simons circles the gorgeous peaks of Hemingway Pool, shakes loose the history of the imported Ross Shep totem pole, and even points out little-known Long Burrow 6, a rare example of conceptual land art around here. The jewel in the park’s path-drawn Royal Scepter (check out the overhead map) is the old Queen Elizabeth Planetarium, which as a temple of science is rather coyly surrounded by the 12 Greek astrological symbols in sidewalk mosaic by Edith and Heinrich Eichner. South of Douglas Cardinal’s planetarium, keep an eye out for the old bricks representing distances within the solar system. The next step is to head to the park — but start here.

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Details: On Senator Paula Simons’ YouTube channel, no charge

Under the dome: Speaking of space, part of the ongoing, online NorthwestFest documentary film fest, Red Heaven (2020) is the story of six volunteers who take part in the ultimate dress rehearsal, living inside a year-long NASA simulation to understand the effects of isolation on the human mind. Filmed by the crew, sealed within a 1000-square foot dome on the red, rocky slope of a Hawaiian volcano, Red Heaven captures the mounting tension, blossoming romance, and intense feelings of isolation that the six strangers must face in the name of future space exploration. Directed by Lauren Defilippo and Katherine Gorringe, 84 mins.

Red Heaven is one of 80 documentaries playing NorthwestFest through May 16. Photo by supplied Details: Playing through May 16 at northwestfest.ca, $12.95

Street eats: And just a quick reminder, Downtown Spark’s Root 107, the pallet-walled pop-up park in the core, is ongoing. Basically, a spread-out place to sit and eat food truck grub while looking at tiny murals, a cappella’s Curbside will be serving this weekend, and the whole affair is very kid friendly. Chances are good you’ll run into one of our many grubber downtown hares (not for consumption).

The Root 107 pop-park. Photo by Ian Kucerak /Postmedia Details: 107 Street and 101 Avenue, no charge

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Edmonton doctor charged with fraudulently billing Alberta government more than $3.5 million

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Author of the article: Edmonton Journal An Edmonton doctor is facing two charges for fraudulently billing upwards of $3.5 million to the Alberta government. May 7, 2021 Dr. Yifei Shi (BMSc, MD, CCFP, Clinical Professor) graduated from the University of Alberta Doctor Of Medicine (MD) program with a specialty in General Practice with an interest…

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An Edmonton doctor is facing two charges for fraudulently billing upwards of $3.5 million to the Alberta government. May 7, 2021 Dr. Yifei Shi (BMSc, MD, CCFP, Clinical Professor) graduated from the University of Alberta Doctor Of Medicine (MD) program with a specialty in General Practice with an interest in cosmetic medicine. In 2017 when CosmeticMD was born. Screencapture jpg An Edmonton doctor is facing two charges for fraudulently billing upwards of $3.5 million to the Alberta government.

In a news release Friday morning, the Edmonton Police Service said its economic crimes section received a request from the Alberta Justice department in April to assist with the arrest of a physician in relation to an ongoing billing scheme dating back to 2013. It is alleged the doctor fraudulently billed the province between $3.5-$4.1 million in fees for service.

Dr. Yifei Shi, 33, was arrested on April 23. She faces charges of fraud and theft over $5,000.

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