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>>> Please download the Learning Together 2011 Conference Agenda here.


April 5th, 2011 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 8:30 – 9:00 am – Registration and Breakfast 9:00 – 10:00 am – Opening Remarks: Del Riley, Former National Chief – Aboriginal Treaty Rights – Section 35 of the Canadian Constitution 10:00 – 10:15 am – Health Break and Ice Breaker 10:15 – 12:00 am – Mining and Exploration Employment [...]


AURCREST ANNOUNCES FINANCING from Lac Seul First Nation MARCH 16, 2011 TSXV Symbol: AGO AurCrest Gold Inc. (the “Company” or “AurCrest”) (TSX-V: AGO) is very pleased to announce that it has placed 2,702,704 units of the Company at a price of $0.185 per unit for gross proceeds of $500,000.24 (the “Offering”) with the Lac Seul [...]

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug-5 Years Later: An Update

Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug-5 Years Later: An Update In February 2006, Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) discovered a drilling company about to embark on a drilling program on its territory without the community’s knowledge or consent. The company claimed that Ontario granted them authorization to have “quiet possession” of the land, knowing that KI had a moratorium on such [...]

Lac La Ronge Indian Band – GSA

SASKATCHEWAN – Golden Band Resources and the Kitsaki/Procon joint venture have signed a general services agreement for the company’s La Ronge gold project. This agreement confirms business opportunities from the project, including: underground mine development and production mining, mill refurbishment and operation, surface construction, open pit mining, ore haulage, and accommodation services. In addition, the [...]

Lac Seul F.N. Signs Red Lake agreement

Rubicon Minerals Corporation (“Rubicon”) (RMX.TSX: RBY.NYSE-AMEX) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an Exploration Accommodation Agreement (“EAA”) with Lac Seul First Nation (“LSFN”) covering Rubicon’s exploration properties in lands considered by LSFN to be their traditional territory including Rubicon’s flagship Phoenix Gold Project in Red Lake. The key features of the agreement [...]

Tips On How To Apply For A Business Loan Online

As we all know, money is a necessity. It is the number one factor to consider for opening any kind of business, so whether you’re just starting or running a present one, securing your financing will play a major role towards the outcome of your business. Many have considered applying for business loans at banks, but the process seems to take too long, and take up too much time. Applying for business loans online however will be less time consuming and the best part about it is, you will be able to wait for processing while at the comfort of your own home.

Here are some tips on how to apply for a loan through the Internet:

  1. Requesting for a temporary loan online or cash mortgage should always be at the lowermost of your decision list as these are more often than not, the costliest advances. Before considering this option, you must first make sure to look into investment creditors, who will present you with realistic and practical monthly amortization rates and low interest.
  1. Build a connection or relationship with your online business loan lender; it is always vital to secure your lender that you will be able to pay back your loan. Make sure to walk your lender through what you plan to put up or what you already have. That way your lender will see how passionate and eager you are to start up your business and pay back what you borrowed. Trust is always important.
  1. Make sure to secure all legal documents pertaining to the proof of your starting or existing business. It is always important to show a proof of business to your lenders, as this will be their basis for lending. Failure to have the necessary documents will lead to loan decline. Some examples of documents include:
  • Business registration
  • Business license
  • Proof of identification
  • Government permit
  • Income tax return
  • Mayors permit
  • Bank Certificate
  1. Make sure to prepare your personal and business credit history. Some online business loan lenders will ask for these to determine your capacity to pay. They can also ask for documents such as:
  • Private or occupational fiscal statements for existing and startup business.
  • Durable and comprehensive business plans (including your personal background, family background, education etc.)
  • Your anticipated money movement for a minimum period of 2 years.
  • Individual agreements from all primary proprietors and associates of the business.
  1. Be truthful and prepared to answer any type of questions these lenders may try to ask you about your existing or start up business. Some online business loan lenders will ask you why you want to open a business and what type you plan to set up.
  1. When applying, start with an affordable projected figure of how much you will need to borrow from them, some of these online business loan lenders are very precise with their questions. The smaller the amount of loan, higher the chances are that you will be approved.
  1. You can offer to give your lenders a collateral for more chances of being approved, the more that they see that you have conjugal property under your name, the higher the chances that you get approved.