Precious Metals

Le 28 maiMay 2021) IMC International Mining Corp. has announced a name change to Interra Copper Corp.

Shares will begin trading under the new name and with a new CUSIP number on May 31, 2021.

The symbol will remain the same.

Disclosure documents are available at www.thecse.com

Please note that all open orders will be cancelled at the end of business on May 28, 2021. Dealers are reminded to re-enter their orders.

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IMC International Mining Corp. a annoncé un changement de nom pour Interra Copper Corp.

Les actions commenceront à se négocier sous le nouveau nom et avec un nouveau numéro CUSIP le 31 mai 2021.

Le symbole restera le même.

Les documents de divulgation sont disponibles sur www.thecse.com

Veuillez noter que toutes les commandes ouvertes seront annulées à la fin des activités le 28 mai 2021. Les concessionnaires sont invités à saisir à nouveau leurs commandes.

Effective Date/ Date effective : le 31 mai/May 2021
Symbol/symbole: IMCX
New CUSIP/ Nouveau CUSIP : 46072A103
New ISIN/ Nouveau ISIN : CA46072A1030
Old/Vieux CUSIP & ISIN : 45250W101/CA45250W1014

 

 

If you have any questions or require further information, please contact Listings at (416) 367-7340 or E-mail: Listings@thecse.com

Pour toute question, pour obtenir de l'information supplémentaire veuillez communiquer avec le service des inscriptions au 416 367-7340 ou par courriel à l'adresse: Listings@thecse.com

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