Most actively traded companies on the TSX, TSX Venture Exchange markets

TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Monday on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange:

Toronto Stock Exchange (12,257.18, down 56.36 points):

Torex Gold Resources Inc. (TSX:TXG). Miner. Down six cents, or 2.93 per cent, at $1.99 on 5,093,273 shares.

Research In Motion Ltd. (TSX:RIM). Wireless technology. Up 32 cents, or 5.18 per cent, at $6.50 on 5,079,959 shares. The BlackBerry-maker said it added 2 million subscribers over the past three weeks — a surprise to analysts who expected its subscriber growth to slow.

B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Down two cents, or 0.52 per cent, at $3.84 on 5,062,888 shares.

Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Down 20 cents, or 2.05 per cent, at $9.54 on 5,001,464 shares.

Rubicon Minerals Corp. (TSX:RMX). Miner. Up nine cents, or 2.51 per cent, at $3.67 on 4,661,989 shares.

Sulliden Gold Corp. (TSX:SUE). Miner. Up one cent, or 0.83 per cent, at $1.22 on 4,305,665 shares.

TSX Venture Exchange (1,313.21, down 20.25 points):

GoldQuest Mining Corp. (TSXV:GQC). Miner. Down 60 cents, or 32.79 per cent, at $1.23 on 12,842,719 shares.

Graphite One Resources Inc. (TSXV:GPH). Miner. Unchanged, at 13 cents on 3,584,048 shares.

Companies reporting major news:

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (TSX:SNC). Engineering. Up 65 cents, or 1.70 per cent, at $38.86 on 449,148 shares. The company’s weak market value may prompt an activist investor to push the engineering giant’s incoming chief executive to sell all or part of its lucrative concessions business, an analyst said Tuesday. Maxim Sytchev of Alta Corp Capital suggests SNC-Lavalin could end up facing the kind of investor-led campaign that resulted in a new chief executive and new directors at Canadian Pacific Railways (TSX:CP).

Forbes & Manhattan Coal Corp. (TSX:FMC): Miner. Up two cents, or 3.08 per cent, at 67 cents on 92,300 shares. The company says it’s buying majority stakes in an operating coal mine and an undeveloped anthracite deposit in South Africa from Rio Tinto PLC (NYSE:RIO). Toronto-based Forbes & Manhattan will pay a total of about C$52.3 million plus royalties to the Anglo-Australian mining giant, including $37.7 million when the deal closes and two followup payments.