Talisker Resources (CSE: TSK) this morning announced that it has received final approval to uplist from the Canadian Securities Exchange straight to that of the Toronto Stock Exchange. The uplisting is expected to be completed October 14, 2020.
Talisker had originally announced on September 28 that it had been conditionally approved to move its listing. The move to the big board is significant, given that few firms ever skip over the Venture board before arriving to the TSX. Commenting on the move, CEO Terry Harbot stated, “This listing will further increase our investment appeal and broaden our shareholder base in-line with our corporate growth strategy.”
With the move to be completed next week, the company will apply for its shares to be voluntarily de-listed from the CSE. Shareholders will not be required to take any action. The company will continue to trade under the symbol “TSK”.
Talisker is currently focused on gold projects in British Columbia. The company currently has properties that cover 291,339 hectares of land through 322 claims, six leases, and 181 crown grant claims. THe firm is largely focused in south-central BC, where it has its Bralorne Gold Project as well as an 85% interest in the Spences Bridge Gold Belt.
Talisker Resources last traded at $0.38 on the CSE.
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