Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada - Trading Halt - NovaDX Ventures Corp. - NDX
Friday, November 26, 2021 12:39 PM

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VANCOUVER, Nov. 26 /CNW/ - The following issues have been halted by Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC):

Issuer Name: NovaDX Ventures Corp.
TSX-V Ticker Symbol: NDX
Time of Halt: 12:27 e.t.
Reason for Halt: Company Request Pending News

IIROC Inquiries (416) 646-7299 - *Please note that IIROC is not able to provide any additional information regarding a specific trading halt. Information is limited to general enquiries only.


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