Friday, 27 May 2022
TSX VENTURE COMPANIES
AMG ACQUISITION CORP. (“AMG.P“)BULLETIN TYPE: New Listing-CPC-Shares, HaltBULLETIN DATE: May 27, 2022TSX Venture Tier 2 Company
This Capital Pool Company’s (‘CPC’) Prospectus dated March 18, 2022 has been filed with and accepted by TSX Venture Exchange and the British Columbia and Alberta Securities Commissions effective March 22, 2022, pursuant to the provisions of the relevant Securities Act and Multilateral Instrument 11-102 Passport System in Alberta.
The Company will complete its initial distribution of securities to the public on Tuesday, May 31, 2022. The gross proceeds to be received by the Company for the public offering will be $255,000 (2,550,000 common shares at $0.10 per share).
At the opening Tuesday, May 31, 2022, the common shares will be listed and immediately halted from trading on TSX Venture Exchange.
The closing of the public offering is scheduled to occur on May31, 2022. A further notice will be published upon the confirmation of closing and the trading halt will be lifted.
unlimited common shares with no par value of which7,800,120 common shares will be issued and outstanding on completion of the initial public offering
3,200,020 common shares
Odyssey Trust Company
PI Financial Corp.
255,000 non-transferable warrants. Each warrant to purchase oneshare at $0.10 per share for 5 years.
For further information, please refer to the Company’s Prospectus dated March 18, 2022.
Company Contact: Konstantin LichtenwaldCompany Address: 230 997 Seymour Street, Office 9, Vancouver, BC V6B 3M1Company Phone Number: (778) 833-1984Company Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE FLOWR CORPORATION (“FLWR”)BULLETIN TYPE: Reinstated for TradingBULLETIN DATE: May 27, 2022TSX Venture Tier 1 Company
Further to the TSX Venture Exchange Bulletin dated May 9, 2022, the Exchange has been advised that the Cease Trade Order issued by the Ontario Securities Commission dated May 6, 2022 has been revoked.
Effective at the opening, Tuesday, May 31, 2022, trading will be reinstated in the securities of the Company.
VERISANTE TECHNOLOGY, INC. (“VRS.H”)BULLETIN TYPE: Reinstated for TradingBULLETIN DATE: May 27, 2022NEX Company
Further to the TSX Venture Exchange Bulletins dated April 27, 2018, May 7, 2018 and October 23, 2019 and the Company’s new release issued May 27, 2022, effective at the opening, Tuesday, May 31, 2022, trading will be reinstated in the securities of the Company.
22/05/27 – TSX Venture Exchange Bulletins
TSX VENTURE COMPANIES
INTERNATIONAL ICONIC GOLD EXPLORATION CORP. (“ICON”)BULLETIN TYPE: Shares for DebtBULLETIN DATE: May 27, 2022TSX Venture Tier 2 Company
TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing the Company’s proposal to issue 200,000 common shares at a deemed value of $0.05 per share to settle outstanding debt for $10,000.
Number of Creditors:
Insider / Pro Group Participation:
Insider=Y / Progroup=P
Deemed Price per Share
# of Shares
1053345 BC Ltd. (Robert Abenante)
The Company shall issue a news release when the shares are issued and the debt extinguished.
MAX RESOURCE CORP. (“MAX“)BULLETIN TYPE: Private Placement-Non-BrokeredBULLETIN DATE: May 27, 2022TSX Venture Tier 2 Company
TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to a Non-Brokered Private Placement announced May 11, 2022:
Number of Shares:
$0.60 per share
25,500,000 share purchase warrants to purchase 25,500,000 shares
Warrant Exercise Price:
$0.85 for a one-year period
Number of Placees:
Insider / Pro Group Participation:
Insider=Y / ProGroup=P
# of Shares
Aggregate Pro Group Involvement [1 placee]
Aggregate cash commissions of $115,380 and 192,300 finders’ warrants payable to PI Financial Corp., Cormark Securities Inc., Haywood Securities Inc.and Frank Hoegel. Each finder’s warrant entitles the holder to acquire onecommon share at $0.85 for a one-year period.
Pursuant to Corporate Finance Policy 4.1, Section 1.9(e), the Company has issued a news release announcing the closing of the private placement and setting out the expiry dates of the hold period(s) on May 19, 2022. Note that in certain circumstances the Exchange may later extend the expiry date of the warrants, if they are less than the maximum permitted term.
THINK RESEARCH CORPORATION (“THNK“)BULLETIN TYPE: Private Placement-Non-Brokered, Convertible Debenture/sBULLETIN DATE: May 27, 2022TSX Venture Tier 1 Company
TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to a Non-Brokered Private Placement announced May 10, 2022:
$10,000,000 principal amount
Convertible into 6,930,007 common shares at $1.443 purchase price until maturity
four (4) years from issuance
8.5% per annum plus
Number of Placees:
Origin Merchant Securities Inc. received an aggregate of $570,000 in cash and 309,278 non-transferable compensation options. Each option entitles the holder to purchase one common share at a price of $1.443 for a period of two yearsfrom the closing date.
Pursuant to Corporate Finance Policy 4.1, Section 1.9(e), the Company has issued a news release announcing the closing of the private placement and setting out the expiry dates of the hold period(s).
For more information, please refer to the Company’s news releases dated April 25, 2022, May 10, 2022 and May 11, 2022.
SOURCE TSX Venture Exchange
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The Communications Workers of America said it took the step “because Apple’s repeated violations of the National Labor Relations Act have made a free and fair election impossible,” according to an emailed statement Friday. The labor group also cited Covid-19 infections among staff at the store, located at the city’s Cumberland Mall, which it said “have raised concerns about the ability of eligible employees to vote and the safety of in-person voting.”
“Apple has conducted a systematic, sophisticated campaign to intimidate them and interfere with their right to form a union,” the CWA said. Under NLRB rules, a union’s choice to withdraw from an election generally means the vote is canceled and the union would have to wait at least six months before petitioning again to represent the same group of workers.
The news represents a setback for the nascent efforts by several U.S. unions to organize Apple’s retail stores. In addition to the push in Georgia, workers at stores in New York, Maryland and Kentucky have announced campaigns. The CWA — a group that won elections this year among Verizon Communications Inc. retail employees, Activision Blizzard Inc. quality-assurance testers and subcontracted Google Fiber staff — has said it’s been hearing from numerous Apple workers around the country.
When asked about the move, Apple said it was “fortunate to have incredible retail team members and we deeply value everything they bring to Apple.”
“We are pleased to offer very strong compensation and benefits for full-time and part-time employees, including health care, tuition reimbursement, new parental leave, paid family leave, annual stock grants and many other benefits,” the Cupertino, California-based company said.
In complaints filed last week with the National Labor Relations Board, the CWA accused Apple of violating federal labor law by forcing workers in Atlanta and New York City to attend “captive audience” meetings about unionization.
Existing precedent allows companies to hold such meetings, but the labor board’s current general counsel, Jennifer Abruzzo, views them as inherently coercive and illegal. And she’s pursuing cases that could change the precedent.
Abruzzo, a former CWA attorney, is also trying to resurrect an old doctrine requiring employers to negotiate with a labor group if they have no “good faith doubt” that most employees support the union.
In its statement Friday, the CWA said that it had the support of an “overwhelming majority” of the Atlanta store’s workers when it petitioned in April for an election.
In the weeks since employees announced their organizing efforts, Apple has moved to boost its pay and warned of potential negative consequences from unionization. In a recent video message, Apple retail chief Deirdre O’Brien told employees, “We have a relationship that is based on an open and collaborative and direct engagement.” She said she worried about “what it would mean to put another organization in the middle of our relationship.”
On Wednesday, the company told employees it would hike the minimum pay for its retail staff to $22.
The Apple store’s union organizing committee vowed to press on. “We’re going to reset and strengthen our union,” according to an email sent to workers Friday. “We can share our experience with other stores to help them really prepare for what’s coming their way.”
The Atlanta workers had been slated to vote June 2 through June 4 in what would have been the first NLRB election at an Apple store. Major unions have sometimes been wary of such elections, because of the leeway federal law provides companies to aggressively campaign against organizing. But in recent months, unions pulled off stunning wins at an Amazon.com Inc. warehouse and dozens of Starbucks Corp. cafes across the country, emboldening workers and organizers elsewhere.
“We are dedicated to our work and to supporting each other,” Atlanta employee Derrick Bowles said in a statement shared by the union. “We are on this journey together. We want to create a truly democratic union that aligns with Apple’s public values.”
(Updates with union email in 13th paragraph.)
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