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Tres-Or Resources Ltd. (TRSFF)

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52 Week Range0.0536 - 0.1417
Avg. Volume1,593
Market Cap12.439M
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.89
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EPS (TTM)-0.0130
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    Macrodiamond Analyses Recommended, Microdiamond Photos (Dominantly Type II) from Tres-Or's Guigues Pipe in Quebec and Third Tranche of Private Placement Closes

    Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - May 5, 2021) - Tres-Or Resources Ltd. (TSXV: TRS) (OTC: TRSFF) ("Tres-Or" or the "Company") is pleased to present the new photomicrographs of the Type II microdiamonds that dominate at the Guigues Kimberlite Pipe in southwestern Québec. Photographs of all 21 Guigues microdiamonds greater than 0.150 mm are now available to view on Tres-Or's website at: www.tres-or.com .Highlights:Type II diamond dominates microdiamond populations from the Guigues Kimberlite ...

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    Tres-Or Announces Type II Microdiamonds Dominate at the Guigues Kimberlite Pipe in Quebec

    Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - April 6, 2021) - Tres-Or Resources Ltd. (TSXV: TRS) (OTC: TRSFF) ("Tres-Or" or the "Company") is pleased to announce Type II microdiamonds lacking measurable nitrogen dominate at the Guigues Kimberlite pipe in southwestern Quebec. The nitrogen measurements were conducted by the Saskatchewan Research Council Geoanalytical Laboratories Diamond Services (SRC) on all Guigues +0.150 mm microdiamonds, using the industry-standard technique of micro-Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR). In ...

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