Entries by Grant Howard

Canada Jetlines – Wheels Up In 2018

TSXV:JET Although the new CEO of Canada Jetlines (TSXV:JET) has only been in the Captain’s seat for one day, his role in leading what will be Canada’s first ULCC (Ultra Low Cost Carrier) has caught the quick attention of the media and press. Stan Gadek, who is also a director of JET, has a very […]

LGC Capital’s Blue Sky Just Got a Little Brighter

In addition to holding a variety of interests in Cuba based businesses, LGC has substantial ownership in two energy exploration companies, one of which has issued a news release under the banner headline of “50% Upgrade to Exploration Potential in Melbana’s Cuba Acreage”. LGC has a 13.76% interest in Australian listed Melbana Energy (MAY), which […]

The TRAKOPOLIS Operational Update – A Bit More Colour

In the company’s update that was issued on Wednesday (February 1st), there were several positive developments noted that nudged our curiosity and prompted a conversation with management. Most certainly, this is not “inside” information, but it does provide somewhat more dimension as to the progress being made at TRAKOPOLIS. The news release stated that four […]

TRAKOPOLIS Elevated to Canaccord’s Watch List

In what is clearly a blossoming sector, Doug Taylor, Canaccord Genuity’s Director of Technology and Aerospace Research, makes the case for TRAKOPOLIS’s positioning within the “sizeable sandbox” that is the “intersection of telematics and IoT (Internet of Things).” Mr. Taylor writes that TRAKOPOLIS has positioned itself well in that, “A key differentiator is the hardware-agnostic […]

Second Malaysian Airline Tragedy Renews Focus On FLYHT Aerospace Systems

FLYHT CEO, Bill Tempany, was in the spotlight today with an appearance on the Canadian network ‘CTV Morning Live’ to discuss the company’s technology in light of the recent downing of Malaysian flight MH17 over Eastern Ukraine. While there was significant global media focus on the attributes of the company’s AFIRS technology following the March […]