Canadian Venture Exchange


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Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX)

The Canadian marketplace for trading securities of emerging companies. The CDNX resulted from a merger of the Alberta Stock Exchange and the Vancouver Stock Exchange following a 1999 agreement among Canada's four exchanges to form three specialized exchanges. The exchange specializes in trading small- and medium-cap equity issues, while the Toronto Stock Exchange serves as the Canadian exchange for large-cap issues. The Canadian Venture Exchange is headquartered in Calgary with trading facilities in Vancouver.
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Neither The Canadian Venture Exchange nor NASD OTC Bulletin Board have reviewed or accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
The Canadian Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy of this release.
This acquisition is subject to the final filings with the Canadian Venture Exchange.
In a separate transaction, Southwestern sold 1,450,000 free trading shares of Canabrava through the facilities of the Canadian Venture Exchange.
The Company will pay a finder's fee in cash, shares or warrants or a combination thereof in connection with the placement in accordance with the policies of the Canadian Venture Exchange.
CDNX:IMM) (OTCBB:IMMKF) announced today that January 23 will be its last trading day on the Canadian Venture Exchange ("CDNX").
The Special Warrants will be automatically exercised, and the Units issued in respect thereof, upon the receipt by the Company of the acceptance of the Canadian Venture Exchange (CDNX) to a change of business from a resource exploration company to an industrial company in the alternative energy/electrical generation industry.
All of the shares, warrants and any shares issued upon exercise of the warrants pursuant to the private placement and finder's fee may not be sold, transferred, hypothecated or otherwise traded on or through the Canadian Venture Exchange or otherwise in Canada or to or for the benefit of a Canadian resident until May 5, 2002 without the prior written approval of the Canadian Venture Exchange and as permitted by applicable securities legislation.
Immune Network is also applying to the Canadian Venture Exchange (the "CDNX") to voluntarily delist its stock from the exchange.

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