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Xylitol Canada Appoints Ian Sansom, P.Eng as Project Director: 21 Years of EPC/EPCM Experience to Benefit Company’s Xylose Plant Project

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 9:09 AM on Wednesday, August 20th, 2014

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Aug. 20, 2014) - Xylitol Canada Inc. (“Xylitol Canada“, or the “Company“) (TSX VENTURE:XYL) today announced that it has engaged the services of Ian Sansom of EACL Consulting Services Inc. as the lead project manager overseeing the Company’s plant development initiatives.

“We are pleased to welcome Ian on board as we continue to develop our xylose plant strategy. Ian comes to us with over 21 years of experience in project management spanning a broad range of industries including power, petrochemical, polymer, industrial and pharmaceutical. We are pleased that his successful breadth of real world project experience can lend itself to the Xylitol Canada xylose plant initiatives” commented Andrew Reid, CEO of Xylitol Canada, Inc.

When asked about his participation, Mr. Sansom stated “I’m very excited to help Andrew and the Xylitol Canada team execute on their xylose plant program. My project management background specific to medium to large scale industrial and chemical plant projects is a great fit for all parties. I look forward to working with the Company in this capacity.”

Presently, the Company has been exploring a variety of different areas to deploy its novel technology in conjunction with other organizations that have readily available biomass. This model allows for low cost, sustainable production of xylose, among other high value bio extracted product streams.

In closing, Mr Reid stated “We have come a long way in the past four years on our plant based initiatives, and we are pleased with our progress. Bringing Ian onto our team brings us the commercial experience levels required for us to take the next step on these opportunities.”

About Xylitol Canada Inc.

Xylitol Canada markets xylitol and xylitol based-products and is focused on becoming a major low-cost manufacturer of xylitol and related products, serving the global market from operations in North America. Xylitol Canada’s business strategy is to leverage novel proprietary technology and processes to become North America’s premier manufacturer of low cost, high quality xylitol from readily available environmentally-sustainable biomass. Xylitol is a natural sweetener which is marketed globally including Canada and the United States and is accepted by the American Food and Drug Administration, the World Health Organization and the American Dental Association. Xylitol contains 75% less carbohydrates and 40% less calories than sugar, has a myriad of oral health benefits including the prevention of tooth decay and is safe for diabetics. To date, wider spread use of xylitol has been limited by the lack of a reliable, low cost, high quality supplier.

Xylitol Canada Inc.

CLIENT FEATURE: Garibaldi Resources (GGI: TSX-V) $1.7M in Working Capital + Strong News Flow

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 12:32 PM on Tuesday, August 19th, 2014


  • $1.7 million in working capital as per latest financials (Apr 30)
  • Attractive share structure
  • no warrants, no major financings since 2009
  • Drilling in progress – strong news flow from Mexico and B.C.


  • Synergistic mix of business, market & geological expertise
  • Drilling underway at La Patilla Gold Property (high-grade targets) plus multiple drill-ready targets at 3 district-scale projects in Mexico
  • Largest landholder (262km2) among juniors in Sheslay Cu – Au porphyry discovery area at top of B.C’s Golden Triangle



Through the strength of its geological team and the use of cutting- edge technology and proprietary data, Garibaldi has built a foundation for lasting success in Mexico:

  • GGI continues to accurately pinpoint the most prospective targets for potential new discoveries in large, district-scale land packages
  • Project value is being cost-effectively unlocked
  • Financial strength is being built (i.e., sale of Temoris option, current Tonichi pilot coal program generating royalty income)

La Patilla Project

  • First-ever diamond drilling at the La Patilla gold property in Sinaloa state has returned highly encouraging gold values near-surface, including an interval grading 10.4 grams per tonne gold over 8.5
  • Five of six holes drilled to test the La Patilla vein system intersected broad zones of mineralization along 75 metres of strike length to depths of approximately 50 metres

Rodadero North Project

  • Drilling along almost 100 meters of strike length has returned significant high-grade silver intersections within 50 meters of surface, and mineralization remains open in all directions;
  • SE-14-03 intersected 1,935 g/t Ag (62.2 oz/t) between 4 and 5 meters’ depth while the most recent hole (SE-14-06) – the farthest step-out from previously reported discovery hole SE-14-01 – has produced the widest mineralized intercept to date;
  • Surface sampling at three target areas immediately southeast and east of Silver Eagle has returned high-grade silver (up to 8,000 g/t Ag) in addition to high-grade gold (up to 52.6 g/t Au) as explained further in this update;
  • As Garibaldi commences a second round of drilling at Silver Eagle, the total number of mineralized target areas within the 45 sq. km Rodadero North Project has increased from eight to 11.


  • Successful exploration methods developed in Mexico are now being adopted to rapidly advance the company’s 100%-owned Grizzly Property
  • Multiple targets are being identified over 15 km from Grizzly West to Grizzly Central
  • GGI is the largest landholder among juniors in this highly prospective, under-exploited new Cu-Au porphyry discovery area in prolific Stikine Arch
  • Recently announced that it has acquired two highly prospective Cu-Au porphyry properties within the Stikine Arch

Red Lion

  • The Red Lion prospect, comprising 35 sq. km, is located 60 km south of AuRico Gold’s Kemess mine and adjoins the Kiska Metals’ Kliyul Cu-Au porphyry project under option to Teck Resources Ltd. The Red Lion shows extremely strong Cu-Au stream sediment geochemistry in both Government Regional Geochemical Survey responses and follow-up proprietary surveys. Access and infrastructure at Red Lion are excellent with the powerline to the Kemess South mine only three km away.

Mount Sister Mary (MSM)

  • The MSM prospect, comprising 58 sq. km, is located approximately 50 km northeast of Imperial Metals’ Red Chris mine and is underlain by similar Triassic and Jurassic volcanic and plutonic rocks. Government Regional Geochemical Survey responses confirm prior assessment work in which at least eight Cu-Ag-Au showings have been documented on the property.

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Solar Boom Driving First Global Panel Shortage Since 2006

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 11:32 AM on Tuesday, August 19th, 2014
By Ehren Goossens Aug 19, 2014 10:26 AM ET

The solar industry is facing a looming shortage of photovoltaic panels, reversing a two-year slump triggered by a global glut.

The oversupply pushed prices through the floor, making solar power more competitive and driving up demand. It also dragged dozens of manufacturers into bankruptcy, and slowed capital investment at the survivors. With installations expected to swell as much as 29 percent this year, executives are bracing for the first shortfall since 2006.

Scarcity will benefit the biggest manufacturers, including China’s Yingli Green Energy Holdings Co. (YGE) and Trina Solar Ltd. (TSL) A shortage may slow development outside the top markets in Asia and North America if suppliers favor their largest customers. Shipments to large, utility-scale solar farms may get priority over smaller, rooftop systems, threatening one of the industry’s fastest-growing markets.

“The cell and module glut has certainly dried up,” said Stefan de Haan, a solar analyst at IHS Inc. “There is no massive overcapacity anymore.”

The looming shortage shows the rapid expansion of solar energy. The industry may install as much as 52 gigawatts this year and 61 gigawatts in 2015. That’s up from 40 gigawatts in 2013, and more than seven times what developers demanded five years ago, according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance.

Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg

Workers operate on the assembly line that makes photovoltaic cells, the main energy… Read More

The industry has about 70 gigawatts of production capacity, New Energy Finance estimates, including a significant amount of older equipment that’s not profitable. The supply-demand balance is tighter than those numbers suggest. De Haan estimates capacity at about 59 gigawatts, excluding manufacturing lines that are out of date or obsolete.

‘On Par’

Considering only “factories that are meaningful and active,” supply and demand is “almost on par,” said Luc Grare, senior vice president for the Norwegian panelmaker REC Solar ASA.

The last time supplies were hard to find was in 2006, when the nascent industry installed just 1.5 gigawatts of capacity. The following year, the top Chinese manufacturers raised $1.8 billion selling stock to Wall Street to finance new production capacity.

Chinese manufacturers sold about $5 billion of shares from 2005 to 2010, and wrested control of the market from companies in the U.S., Germany and Japan. The added capacity drove down prices and pushed dozens of manufacturers into bankruptcy. Solar panels sell for 76 cents a watt now, compared with $2.01 at the end of 2010. The price has slipped 12 percent this year.

The Commerce Department on Tuesday (3 June 2014) imposed steep duties on importers of… Read More

Expanding Now

Nobody is predicting upheaval now. Production capacity this year is “expected to stay more or less flat, but consolidate, with new-build balancing exits,” said Jenny Chase, lead solar analyst at New Energy Finance.

Some manufacturers are already expanding. In May, Canadian Solar Inc. (CSIQ) began construction on a new cell factory in China, a joint venture with GCL-Poly Energy Holdings Ltd. that will initially have 300 megawatts of annual capacity.

The solar industry is cyclical and near a turning point, said Canadian Solar Chief Executive Officer Shawn Qu. He’s expanding now because he anticipates a shortage.

“Every industry goes through cycles,” Qu said. “It’s inevitable to see a cycle in solar.”

Other manufacturers already see a shortfall.

“It would be fair to say our panels are in short supply,” said Tom Werner, CEO of SunPower Corp. (SPWR) The San Jose, California-based company’s factories are running at full, and it announced in July plans for a new factory that may begin production in 2017 and will be able to make at least 700 megawatts a year. That’s more than double the plant it’s bringing online next year.

Supply Chain

When panels become scarce, they’ll probably be routed to customers placing the biggest orders, said Angelo Zino, an analyst in New York at S&P Capital IQ.

“The large-scale utility projects are going to be where the modules go,” Zino said. “If there’s any sort of tightness in the supply chain, you would think that the push-outs would be on the residential side.”

That potential threat to the rapidly growing U.S. residential solar market prompted SolarCity Corp. (SCTY) to buy a panelmaker in June. The rooftop developer expects demand to surge, especially for systems atop homes and commercial buildings.

SolarCity Deal

“At some point, it will be a 400-gigawatt-a-year market; it’s just mathematical,” said CEO Lyndon Rive. Smaller companies without supply contracts may be unable to get enough panels.

Billionaire Elon Musk, SolarCity’s chairman, said the acquisition will guarantee supply. “If we don’t do this, we thought there was risk of not being able to have the solar panels we need,” he said during a conference call announcing the deal.

Any shortage may also limit deliveries to markets where stronger demand means better pricing, said REC Solar’s Grare.

Regions with “heavy price competition” such as Latin America will feel a shortage first, while regions with stable prices, such as the U.S. and Japan, will be prioritized, he said.

Companies that make manufacturing equipment such as Germany’s Manz AG expect the looming shortage to spur orders.

“According to our estimation, the gap between supply and demand will be closed at the end of 2014,” said Axel Bartmann, a spokesman for Manz. “This will definitely lead to rising investments in advanced equipment.”

Panel Pricing

Unlike other industries, a shortage probably won’t boost prices, said Arno Harris, CEO of Recurrent Energy, a San Francisco-based developer owned by Sharp Corp.

As production costs slide, manufacturers can increase profit without raising prices. That’s important because solar power is extremely price-sensitive, Harris said.

“It would be difficult for module pricing to really go up because there isn’t going to be natural demand for those products at those higher price points,” Harris said. “If you raise the price too much they’ll move on to something else. They’ll move on to gas, they’ll move on to wind.”

To contact the reporter on this story: Ehren Goossens in New York at

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Reed Landberg at Will Wade


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Posted by AGORACOM at 4:39 AM on Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

KWG Announces Offering to Raise Between $4 Million to $10 Million

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 8:49 AM on Monday, August 18th, 2014

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Aug. 18, 2014) – KWG Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:KWG)(FRANKFURT:KW6) (“KWG” or the “Corporation“) is pleased to announce that it has filed a preliminary short form prospectus (the “Preliminary Prospectus“) and has obtained a receipt from the securities regulatory authorities in the provinces of British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec in connection with a marketed offering (the “Offering“) of Units (as defined below) and Flow-Through Shares (as defined below) to be made in the provinces of British Columbia and Ontario.

Pursuant to the Offering, the Corporation is targeting to raise minimum aggregate gross proceeds of $4 million (the “Minimum Offering“) and maximum aggregate gross proceeds of $10 million. The net proceeds of the Offering will be used to: (1) continue the development and commercialization of the new methods of production of chromium iron alloys from chromite ore and of production of low carbon chromium iron alloys (the “New Production Methods“); (2) conduct a drilling program at the Fishtrap Lake project; (3) continue the Corporation’s exploration program at the Koper Lake project; and (4) augment the Corporation’s working capital.

Secutor Capital Management Corporation (the “Agent“) has been appointed as exclusive lead agent for the Offering. The Corporation and the Agent have not yet entered into an agency agreement.

Each unit (a “Unit“) is comprised of three non “flow-through” common shares of KWG (each an “Offered Common Share“) and two non “flow-through” common share purchase warrants (each an “Offered Warrant“) at a price of $0.165 per Unit (the “Unit Offering Price“). Each Offered Warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one non “flow-through” common share of KWG (a “Warrant Share“) until the date that is 24 months following the closing of the Offering at a price of $0.10 per Warrant Share.

In addition, the Offering includes common shares of KWG, which will each qualify as a “flow-through share” (each, a “Flow-Through Share“) within the meaning of the Income Tax Act (Canada) at a price of $0.055 per Flow-Through Share (the “Flow-Through Offering Price“).

In connection with the Offering, the Corporation will grant to the Agent an option (the “Over-Allotment Option“) to sell, as agent, additional Flow-Through Shares (the “Additional Flow-Through Shares“), equal to not more than 15% of the number of Flow-Through Shares sold pursuant to the Maximum Offering, at the Flow-Through Offering Price and to purchase additional Units (the “Additional Units“), equal to not more than 15% of the number of Units sold pursuant to the Maximum Offering, at the Unit Offering Price to cover over-allotments, if any, and for market stabilization purposes. The Over-Allotment Option in respect of the Additional Flow-Through Shares will expire concurrently with the closing of the Offering. The Over-Allotment Option in respect of the Additional Units may be exercised at any time up to 30 days following the closing of the Offering.

Closing of the Offering is subject to certain conditions including, but not limited to, achievement of the Minimum Offering, the execution of a definitive agency agreement between the Corporation and the Agent and the receipt of all necessary approvals, including the approval of the applicable securities regulatory authorities and the TSX Venture Exchange.

The Preliminary Prospectus is still subject to completion or amendment. A copy of the Preliminary Prospectus will be available electronically at There will not be any sale of or any acceptance of an offer to buy the securities until a receipt for the (final) prospectus has been issued. The material set forth herein is for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer of securities for sale in the United States or any other jurisdiction in which such an offer or solicitation is unlawful. The securities referred to herein have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act“), or the laws of any state, and may not be offered or sold within the United States except pursuant to an exemption from, or in a transaction not subject to, the registration requirements of the Securities Act and applicable state laws. No public offering of securities will be made in the United States.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Cautionary Note Regarding ForwardLooking Statements: This Press Release contains or refers to “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “plans”, “expects”, “is expected”, “budget”, “estimates”, “intends”, “anticipates” or “does not anticipate”, or “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might”, “occur” or “be achieved”. All information, other than information regarding historical fact that addresses activities, events or developments that KWG believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future is forward-looking information. Forward-looking information contained in this Press Release is subject to a number of risks and uncertainties that may cause the actual results of KWG to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking information, and even if such actual results are realized or substantially realized, there can be no assurance that they will have the expected consequences to, or effects on, KWG. Should one or more of these risks and uncertainties occur, such as: the actual results of current exploration programs; risks normally incidental to exploration and development of mineral properties; the uncertainty of mineral resources estimates; uncertainties in the interpretation of drill results; the possibility that future exploration, development or mining results will not be consistent with expectations; the grade and recovery of ore varying from estimates; the general risks associated with the mining industry;
the Corporation’s inability to maintain its title to its assets; the Corporation’s inability to obtain, maintain, renew and/or extend required licenses, permits, authorizations and/or approvals from the appropriate regulatory authorities and other risks relating to the applicable regulatory framework; environmental damages and the cost of compliance with environmental regulations; environmental risks; adverse land claims from First Nations groups or other parties; lack of adequate infrastructure; a lack of support from the Ontario government and federal government for the development of the Ring of Fire area; the patents to be used to support the commercialization of the New Production Methods will not be granted; capital and operating costs varying significantly from estimates; slowing demand for ferrochrome products; adverse general market conditions; inflation; changes in exchange and interest rates; adverse changes in commodity prices; the impact of consolidation and rationalization in the steel industry; competition; risk that amendments to current laws, regulations and permits governing operations and activities of mining companies will have a material adverse impact the Corporation; the risk that the New Production Methods does not prove efficient or economical; intellectual property litigation; risks related to the tax treatment of the Flow-Through Shares; and, management’s discretion as to use of proceeds, or should assumptions underlying the forward-looking statements prove incorrect, actual results may vary materially from those described herein as intended, planned, anticipated, or expected. KWG does not intend and do not assume any obligation to update these forward
looking statements, except as required by law. Readers are cautioned not to put undue reliance on such forwardlooking statements.

Shares issued and outstanding: 777,842,468

KWG Resources Inc.
Bruce Hodgman

Secutor Capital Management Corporation
Arie Papernick
(416) 847-1220

AGORACOM Small Cap TV “Best Of The Best” Stock Picks Of The Week – August 16, 2014

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 7:37 PM on Saturday, August 16th, 2014

AGORACOM Founder, George Tsiolis and Chief Market Commentator, Allan Barry Go Via Satellite to discuss and debate Allan’s Best picks this week. Companies Included on this week’s show are:


Allan and George have already put their viewers well ahead of the game by starting their weekly broadcasts on July 11, 2013 on the thesis that great small-cap companies were so oversold they could not be ignored. One look at the TSX Venture Index proves they hit the nail on the head … but that doesn’t come close to telling the whole story with most of their picks far outperforming an index bloated with zombie companies.


When the first run from July 11 ran its course, small cap investors made the mistake of thinking small caps had run their course.  George and Allan knew better and they geared up for run #2, airing this special episode on December 18 where they each made their top 6 picks for the next 45 days ending January 31st … the results were again outstanding:

Find out which companies Allan and George like this week by watching the video below!

Want to catch up on previous shows?

Weekly “Best Of The Best” Summarizing The Best Picks From Our Daily Shows. Posted Every Friday Afternoon Watch Here

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Xylitol Canada Discusses 67% Six Month Revenue Growth Over Prior Year, Customers Include; Loblaws, Costco and Whole Foods

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 3:30 PM on Friday, August 15th, 2014


Xylitol Canada markets xylitol and xylitol based products and is focused on becoming a major low-cost manufacturer of xylitol and related products, serving the global market from operations in North America.

  • For the twelve months ended December 31, 2013, sales increased by 87% to $6,508,998, compared to $3,473,053 for the twelve months ended December 31, 2012
  • revenues for its second quarter ended June 30, 2014 approximately $2.0 Million, representing an increase of 43% over the same period from the preceding year.
  • For the six months ended June 30, 2014, the Company reported a 67% revenue increase over the prior year to $4,137,652,

Marquee Customers Include:

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Medical pot cookie prohibition ruled unconstitutional

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 10:31 AM on Friday, August 15th, 2014

Court challenge stems from B.C. case of Owen Smith, who was charged with trafficking for baking pot cookies

CBC News Posted: Aug 14, 2014 10:42 AM PT Last Updated: Aug 15, 2014 6:35 AM PT

Ban on medical marijuana cookies ruled unconstitutional 1:57

It’s unconstitutional to forbid licensed medical marijuana users from possessing pot-laced products, such as cookies or body creams, a B.C. Court of Appeal judge has ruled.

Parliament has been given one year to recraft regulations to allow medicinal marijuana users to use products made from cannabis extract. They can include creams, salves, oils, brownies, cakes, cookies and chocolate bars.

Health Canada currently allows people suffering from debilitating illnesses access to medicinal marijuana, but only in the form of dried marijuana.

In her written reasons, Justice Risa Levine said this specification “is arbitrary and cannot be justified in a free and democratic society.”

Levine went on to state that when patients choose to use edible forms of marijuana, it “was a matter of necessity, or put another way, the restriction to dried marijuana interfered with their physical or psychological integrity.”

Pot activists react to ruling RAW2:25

Case of the pot cookie baker

The court challenge stems from the case of Owen Smith, who was charged with trafficking for baking pot cookies and producing topical cannabis creams for a medical marijuana club in Victoria in 2009.

Smith was caught baking more than 200 pot cookies for the Victoria Cannabis Buyers Club, and had a supply of cannabis-infused cooking oils and some dried dope in his apartment when he was arrested.

Marijuana ruling - Owen Smith pot cookie bakerOwen Smith was caught baking more than 200 pot cookies for the Victoria Cannabis Buyers Club in 2009. (CHEK)

He was acquitted in April 2012 after the B.C. Supreme Court ruled the medical marijuana regulations were unconstitutional, because patients were denied access to edible pot products and derivatives.

Justice Robert Johnston concluded that permitting dried cannabis alone was arbitrary and did little to further a legitimate state interest.

Thursday’s ruling means Smith acquittal stands and he will not be retried.

Health Minister Rona Ambrose’s office said in a statement released Thursday that it is “reviewing the decision in detail and considering our options.”

Marijuana laws under the microscope

Canada currently prohibits the possession and trafficking of all marijuana products under subsection 4(1) and Schedule II of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act. However, subsection 55(1) of this act allows for exemptions to be made.

As such, an annex to that act, the Marihuana for Medical Purposes Regulations, allow people with medical need and authorization access to medicinal marijuana.

Under these regulations, many people suffering from debilitating illnesses get marijuana through Health Canada approved companies or get permission to grow it themselves.

However, the MMPR and its predecessor, the MMAR program, limit this access to dried marijuana and do not make any other exceptions to the list of banned substances detailed in Schedule II of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.

These banned substances, aside from the exempted dried marijuana, include cannabis resin and various extracts and derivatives of the cannabis plant.

Ottawa had hoped the B.C. Court of Appeal would strike down the B.C. Supreme Court decision.

But under Thursday’s ruling, government has been asked to review these rules, which could mean medical marijuana users would be supplied with resin or extract or be permitted to make themselves products such as pot cookies using marijuana extracts.

RULING | Full B.C. Court of Appeal ruling on medical marijuana extract case


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Lomiko Metals is the Beneficial Owner of 4,396,970 Shares of Graphene 3D Lab TSXV: GGG

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 8:06 AM on Friday, August 15th, 2014

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Aug 15, 2014) – LOMIKO METALS INC. (TSX VENTURE:LMR)(PINKSHEETS:LMRMF)(FRANKFURT:DH8B) (Europe: ISIN: CA54163Q1028, WKN: A0Q9W7) (the “Company”) announces it has received approval from the TSX Venture Exchange to the acquisition of 1,200,000 common shares at $0.25 per share of MatNic Resources Inc. The transaction was subject to MatNic Resources Inc. receiving regulatory approval to a reverse takeover (“RTO”) by Graphene 3D Labs Inc. (“Graphene 3D”) (TSX VENTURE:GGG) (formerly named MatNic Resources Inc.).

The transaction is now complete and the Company now holds 4,396,970 common shares in the capital of Graphene 3D representing approximately 11.23% of the outstanding Shares of Graphene 3D. Of these shares, 3,196,970 were acquired at a deemed price of $0.075 pursuant to pursuant to a securities exchange agreement (the “Securities Exchange Agreement”) dated June 6, 2014 between, among others, Graphene 3D and Lomiko.

3,196,970 of the Shares held by Lomiko are subject to the terms of a Surplus Security Escrow Agreement, in accordance with the Policies of the TSX Venture Exchange. Pursuant to the terms of the Tier 2 Surplus Escrow Agreement, 5% of the Shares will be released from escrow upon the issuance of the TSX Venture Exchange bulletin announcing final approval of the listing of the Shares, and respectively 5%, 10%, 10%, 15%, 15% and 40% will be released on each of the dates that is 6 months, 12 months, 18 months, 24 months, 30 months and 36 months from the date of the TSX Venture Exchange bulletin.

Lomiko acquired the Shares for investment purposes and does not intend to acquire additional Shares in the future.

The acquisition of Shares was exempt under National Instrument 45-106 Prospectus and Registration Exemptions.

Lomiko Metals Inc. Background

Lomiko Metals Inc. is a Canada-based, exploration-stage company. The Company is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties that contain minerals for the new green economy. Its mineral properties include the Quatre Milles Graphite Property and the Vines Lake property which both have had recent major discoveries. Recently, Lomiko Metals formed Lomiko Technologies, a 100% owned subsidiary focused on technological applications of graphite and graphene.

On Behalf of the Board

A. Paul Gill, Chief Executive Officer

We seek safe harbor. Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Lomiko Metals Inc.
A. Paul Gill

AGORACOM Small Cap Stock TV – Week of August 14, 2014

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 5:10 PM on Thursday, August 14th, 2014

AGORACOM – The Small Cap Epicenter reports on the day’s best small cap and micro cap press releases.


Good afternoon to you all. Please find enclosed a summary of the breaking small-cap and micro-cap financial news we highlighted on our TV show. It’s August 14th and we’ve found 12 great press releases to report on. It’s another great day for small-cap and micro-cap financial news.

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Today’s show features:

Almaden Minerals (AMM.T),

Canamex Resources (CSQ.V),

Midway Gold Corp. (MDW.T),

Redknee Solutions (RKN.T),

BSM Technologies (GPS.T),

Garibaldi Resources (GGI.V),

Klondex Mines (KDX.T),

Premier Gold Mines (PG.T),

Fission Uranium (FCU.V),

Dalradian Resources (DNA.T),

New Gold Inc. (NGD.T),

Lake Shore Gold (LSG.T)