Niocan Lists on the TSX Venture Exchange

Monday, 27 October 2014 00:00


Montreal, Quebec, October 27, 2014 — Niocan Inc. (TSX: NIO) (“Niocan” or the "Company"), announced today that the Company’s common shares (“Shares”) will be listed for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSX-V”) (Tier 2) as of the opening of the market on October 28, 2014.

The Company’s shares will be delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) effective at the close of the market on October 27, 2014.

Niocan’s trading symbol will continue as “NIO” on the TSX-V.

“The listing of Niocan’s Shares on the TSX-V will ensure the uninterrupted trading of the Company’s Shares”, said Mr. Hubert Marleau, President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Niocan. “We are pleased to have been admitted as a new member to the TSX-V family. The TSX-V has proven to be a good platform for a significant number of Canadian mining companies.”


Montreal, Quebec, October 10, 2014 – Niocan Inc. (the “Corporation” or “Niocan”) (TSX: NIO) today announced that it is currently in the process of making an application to list its common shares for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSX-V”).

Niocan also announced today that it has amended its Stock Option Plan. The review of the Stock Option Plan and ensuing amendments were made in order to comply with the rules of the TSX-V.

For immediate release

Montreal, Quebec – April 11, 2014 – Niocan Inc. (the “Company”) has received notice of from the Toronto Stock Exchange (the “TSX”) stating that the TSX is currently reviewing the eligibility of the Company for continued listing of its securities on the TSX. Specifically, the TSX is evaluating the Company with respect to the following two requirements: (i) the minimum expenditures on exploration and/or development work, and (ii) the minimum market value of publicly “freely-tradable” shares (collectively, the “TSX Requirements”).
The Company is discussing with the TSX its current expenditures made to develop the Oka Niobium Property and the Great Whale Iron Property.
The TSX has asked that the Company provide information related to the delisting review within 120 days to demonstrate compliance with the TSX Requirements. If the Company is unable to demonstrate on or before August 5, 2014 that it meets the TSX Requirements, its securities will be delisted 30 days from such date.