TSX Venture Exchange honours new Vancouver office issuers
Thursday, November 25, 2021 1:56 PM

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VANCOUVER, Nov. 25 /CNW/ - TSX Venture Exchange will today hold a ceremony to honour the companies that have listed on the exchange from its Vancouver office from May 2010 through September 2010. Representatives from the newly listed companies will be joined by John McCoach, President, TSX Venture Exchange.

The companies being honoured are:

  • Alya Ventures Ltd. (ALY.P)
  • Anergy Capital Inc. (ACA.P)
  • Astur Gold Corp. (AST)
  • Athabasca Uranium Inc. (UAX)
  • Avrupa Minerals Ltd . (AVU)
  • Aztech Innovations Inc. (AZI)
  • Batero Gold Corp. (BAT)
  • Brandenburg Metals Corp. (BBM)
  • Camino Minerals Corporation (COR)
  • Cap-Ex Ventures Ltd.  (CEV)
  • Cassius Ventures Ltd. (CZ)
  • China Select Capital Partners Corp. (CH)
  • Conifex Timber Inc. (CFF)
  • Coreland Capital Inc. (CCT.P)
  • Cricket Resources Inc. (CKC)
  • Crimson Falcon Capital Corp. (CFC.P)
  • CVC Cayman Ventures Corp. (CKV.P)
  • Dobhai Ventures Inc. (DOB)
  • Doca Capital Corp. (DCA.P)
  • DPVC Inc. (DPV)
  • Driven Capital Corp. (DVV.P)
  • Fairmont Resources Inc. (FMR)
  • Galaxy Capital Corp. (GXY.P)
  • Gold Standard Ventures Corp. (GV)
  • Gran Colombia Gold Corp. (GCM)
  • Hill Top Resources Corp. (HIL)
  • Indefinitely Capital Corp. (INI.P)
  • Kaizen Capital Corp. (KZN.P)
  • Lakeland Resources Inc. (LK)
  • Lynnwood Capital Inc. (LCI.P)
  • Mineral Mountain Resources Ltd. (MMV)
  • NSGold Corporation (NSX)
  • Orocan Resource Corp. (OR)
  • Pender Growth Fund (VCC) Inc. (PTF)
  • Pinecrest Resources Ltd. (PCR.P)
  • Rara Terra Capital Corp. (RTX.P)
  • RCG Capital Inc. (RCG.P)
  • Resource Hunter Capital Corp. (RHC)
  • Rockland Minerals Corp. (RL)
  • Santa Barbara Resources Limited (SBL)
  • Sceptre Ventures Inc. (SVP.P)
  • SGX Resources Inc. (SXR)
  • Sparrow Ventures Corp. (SPW)
  • Stellar Biotechnologies Inc. (KLH)
  • SUB Capital Inc. (SUB)
  • Sunshine Agri-Tech Inc. (SAI)
  • Terra Firma Resources Inc. (TFR)
  • Terrex Energy Inc. (TER)
  • Twyford Ventures Inc. (TWY.P)
  • WCB Resources Ltd. (WCB)
  • Wind River Energy Corp. (WVR)
  • Windstorm Resources Inc. (WSR)
  • WPC Resources Inc. (WPQ)
  • Yaletown Capital Corp. (YCC)

"I'd like to welcome the new issuers from our Vancouver office to TSX Venture Exchange," said John McCoach, President, TSX Venture Exchange. "I look forward to their continued growth and success."

Year-to-date as of October 31, 2010, TSX Venture Exchange has welcomed 141 new companies, representing a 76% increase compared to the same period in 2009.

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