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VANCOUVER, Dec. 10, 2012 /CNW/ -

TSX VENTURE COMPANIES:

BULLETIN TYPE: Notice to Issuers
BULLETIN DATE: December 10, 2012

Re:       Due Bills - Guidance in Respect of Dividends/Distributions and Other Material Corporate
Events Involving Due Bill Trading

Background

Pursuant to an initiative of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada's Financial Administrators Section, the Investment Industry Association of Canada (the "IIAC") and the Canadian Depository for Securities, the Canadian investment industry has adopted procedures allowing for the use of "due bill" trading in connection with material corporate actions such as stock dividends, special distributions, stock splits and spin-outs in Canada.  These new procedures were adopted earlier this year with a view to improving the accuracy and timeliness of security valuation in an investor's brokerage account and harmonizing Canadian practices with U.S. practices.

As a result of this industry initiative, TSX Venture Exchange ("TSXV" or the "Exchange") has adopted procedures to allow for the use of due bill trading.  The primary purpose of this Notice to Issuers is to provide guidance to Issuers and their advisors with respect to due bill trading, including guidance related to:  (a) the purpose of due bills; (b) when due bill trading is required; (c) disclosure requirements an Issuer must comply with when due bill trading is required; and (d) considerations applicable to the issuance of new securities during the due bill trading period.

Additional background and explanatory information in respect of due bills is provided in the following IIAC publication available on the IIAC website:

  • "Understanding Canada's Due Bill Initiative"

              http://www.iiac.ca/resources/4572/due%20bill%20initiative%20(en).pdf

What Are Due Bills And What Purpose Do They Serve?

Due bills represent an entitlement due to a shareholder.

Due bills notionally represent an entitlement that will be due to a shareholder from an Issuer in connection with the completion of a material corporate event such as a stock dividend, special distribution, stock split or spin-out.   By way of example: (a) in the case of a special cash distribution by an Issuer, the due bills will notionally represent the cash distribution a shareholder is entitled to receive; (b) in the case of a stock split, the due bills will notionally represent the additional split securities a shareholder is entitled to receive; and (c) in the case of a spin-out (involving the Issuer spinning out certain assets into a new public company with shareholders of the Issuer to receive shares of the new company), the due bills will notionally represent the shares of the new company a shareholder is entitled to receive.

Due bills allow brokerage accounts to reflect full value of security until an entitlement is paid.

For trading purposes, due bills attach to the listed securities from and including the day that is two trading days prior to the record date of the corporate event up until the end of the payment date for the entitlement (i.e. the date on which the Issuer makes payment of the entitlement).  This period is referred to as the "due bill trading period".  During the due bill trading period, the seller of the listed securities (who is the prospective recipient of the entitlement) also sells and assigns the right to the entitlement to the purchaser of the listed securities. Such assignment is effected through the due bills attached to the listed securities.  Therefore, purchasers of the listed securities during the due bill trading period pay full value for the securities (including the value of the entitlement represented by the due bill) to the seller of the securities.  Correspondingly, the use of due bill trading allows the listed securities to carry the value of the entitlement until the entitlement has been paid given that the ex-distribution date (being the day on which the listed securities cease to have the due bills attached) does not occur until the first trading day after the payment date.  As a result, the listed securities maintain their full value throughout the due bill trading period.

In comparison, if due bills are not used (i.e. as has historically been the practice in Canada), the ex-distribution date (being the day on which the listed securities cease trading with the applicable entitlement) is set as the date that is two trading days prior to the record date of the corporate event.  Correspondingly, the listed securities only carry the value of the entitlement until the start of the ex-distribution date.  As a result, between the ex-distribution date and the payment date for the entitlement (which may be a number of days or even weeks), the market value of the listed securities in an investor's brokerage account is undervalued.  The use of due bill trading addresses this valuation concern.

When Will Due Bills Be Used?

Principal situations when due bills will be required.

The use of due bills will be determined by the Exchange, based on the following principal factors:

1.       Value of the Distribution Relative to the Value of the Listed Securities: Generally, due bills will be used when the value of the distribution (i.e. the entitlement) is expected to be equal to or greater than 25% of the market value of the listed securities. However, it may be appropriate to use due bills at a lower threshold taking into account factors such as the trading price of the listed securities (relatively high trading price should factor positively in using due bills), trading volumes and any conditions attached to a distribution.
         
        NOTE:  Form 3E - Dividend/Distribution Declaration will be amended to require an Issuer to notify the Exchange when the Issuer expects the value of the dividend/distribution to exceed 10% of the value of the listed securities such that the Exchange can consider the use of due bills.  As applicable, following receipt of a Form 3E, the Exchange will discuss the use of due bill trading for such dividend/distribution with the Issuer and will advise if due bill trading is required in such circumstances.
         
2.       Inter-Listing on a U.S. Exchange:  If the listed securities are inter-listed on a stock exchange in the United States, the Exchange will implement due bill trading in alignment with the U.S. market. The objective is to reduce to the greatest extent possible instances where listed securities would trade at different prices in Canada and the United States due to differences in processing entitlement events.

NOTE (re: Spin-Out Transactions): If the Issuer is conducting a spin-out transaction that will involve a distribution to its shareholders, the Issuer should discuss with the Exchange at the outset applicable record date and ex-distribution date considerations and whether due bills will be required for the distribution.

Due bills will not be required in all circumstances.

As may be inferred from the above, the use of due bills will not be required by the Exchange in all circumstances.  If the use of due bills is not required for a particular entitlement (whether a dividend, special distribution, etc.), the Exchange will employ the historic practice in Canada (i.e. the ex-distribution date will be set as the date that is two trading days prior to the record date of the corporate event).

Procedural Matters

The Issuer must provide the Exchange with not less than seven (7) trading days advance notice of the record date for the applicable corporate action.  If the corporate action is a dividend or distribution, the advance notice must be made by way of a Form 3E - Dividend/Distribution Declaration.  The Exchange will then advise the Issuer as to whether or not due bills trading will be required for the corporate action.

Required Press Release Disclosure

An Issuer's press release which provides notice of an entitlement where due bill trading will be used must disclose the following information:

(a)       That the Exchange has determined to implement due bill trading in respect of the corporate event that gives rise to the entitlement.
(b)       The applicable record date.
(c)       The date due bill trading will commence (i.e. two trading days prior to the record date).
(d)       The payment date of the distribution, or the estimate if the date is unknown.  (NOTE:  The Issuer should confer with its transfer agent when determining the payment date.)
(e)        The ex-distribution date (i.e. the trading day after the payment date).
(f)       The due bill redemption date or the estimate if the date is unknown. (NOTE:  The Issuer should confer with its transfer agent when determining the due bill redemption date.)

These dates should be confirmed with the Exchange by pre-clearing the press release at least one business day prior to dissemination.

New Security Issuances

Issuers should refrain from issuing new listed securities of the class trading with due bills from the record date until the end of the due bill trading period. As any new security issued after a record date will not be eligible to receive the applicable entitlement, a due bill will not be attached to such securities. As a result, these newly issued securities will not be fungible with the listed securities.

If the new issuance of securities is unavoidable, listed issuers should take steps to ensure that holders of these new securities are aware that they are not fungible with the listed securities until after the due bill trading period has ended.

Corresponding Policy Amendments

Minor amendments to the Exchange's Corporate Finance Manual will be made in order to address due bill trading.  These amendments will be formally implemented in the near future.  The amendments are expected to include the following:

  1. Policy 1.1 - Interpretation: A definition for "due bill" will be added to Policy 1.1.
  2. Policy 3.2 - Filing Requirements and Continuous DisclosurePart 10 of Policy 3.2 will be amended to reflect the possibility of due bill trading being required in respect of a dividend/distribution.
  3. Form 3E - Dividend/Distribution DeclarationForm 3E will be amended as described above.
  4. Policy 5.8 - Issuer Names, Issuer Name Changes, Share Consolidations and Splits: Part 8 of Policy 5.8 will be amended to reflect the possibility of due bill trading being required in respect of a stock split.

If you have any questions about this bulletin, please contact:

Zafar Khan - Policy Counsel, 604-602-6982

Sylvain Martel - Team Manager, 514-788-2408

TYPE DE BULLETIN : Avis aux émetteurs
Date du BULLETIN : Le 10 decembre 2012

Objet :       Les effets payables - Précisions sur les dividendes, les distributions et d'autres
événements de marché importants comportant la négociation d'effets payables

Contexte

Dans le cadre d'un projet de la section des administrateurs financiers de l'Organisme canadien de réglementation du commerce des valeurs mobilières, de l'Association canadienne du commerce des valeurs mobilières (l'« ACCVM ») et des Services de dépôt et de compensation CDS, le secteur des valeurs mobilières au Canada a adopté des procédures permettant le recours aux « effets payables » dans le contexte d'événements de marché importants qui se produisent au Canada, comme le versement d'un dividende en actions, une distribution spéciale, un fractionnement d'actions et une scission partielle. Ces nouvelles procédures ont été adoptées plus tôt cette année en vue d'améliorer la précision et la rapidité de l'évaluation des titres détenus dans le compte de courtage des investisseurs et d'aligner les pratiques canadiennes sur celles des États-Unis.

Dans la foulée de ce projet, la Bourse de croissance TSX (la « TSX de croissance » ou la « Bourse ») a adopté des procédures pour permettre la négociation des effets payables. Le présent avis aux émetteurs a pour objet principal de donner des précisions aux émetteurs et à leurs conseillers relativement à la négociation d'effets payables, notamment sur les éléments suivants : a) l'objet des effets payables; b) les circonstances dans lesquelles il faut recourir aux effets payables; c) les obligations d'information que doit respecter un émetteur lorsqu'il faut recourir aux effets payables; et d) les particularités qui se rattachent à l'émission de nouveaux titres au cours de la période de négociation des effets payables.

D'autres explications et renseignements relatifs aux effets payables figurent dans la publication suivante de l'ACCVM, que l'on peut consulter sur le site Web de cette association :

  • « Projet canadien sur les effets payables »

             http://www.iiac.ca/resources/4573/due%20bill%20initiative%20(fr).pdf

Que sont les effets payables et à quoi servent-ils?

Les effets payables représentent des droits et privilèges qui sont dus à un actionnaire.

Les effets payables représentent des droits et privilèges qu'un émetteur doit à un actionnaire par suite de la réalisation d'un événement de marché important comme le versement d'un dividende en actions, une distribution spéciale, un fractionnement d'actions ou une scission partielle. Par exemple : a) dans le cas d'une distribution extraordinaire en espèces par un émetteur, les effets payables représentent le montant en espèces qu'un actionnaire a le droit de recevoir; b) dans le cas d'un fractionnement d'actions, les effets payables représentent les actions fractionnées supplémentaires qu'un actionnaire a le droit de recevoir; et c) dans le cas d'une scission partielle (dans le cadre de laquelle l'émetteur fait apport de certains de ses actifs à une nouvelle société ouverte et les actionnaires de l'émetteur reçoivent des actions de la nouvelle société), les effets payables représentent les actions de la nouvelle société auxquelles les actionnaires ont droit.

Grâce aux effets payables, les comptes de courtage reflètent la pleine valeur des titres jusqu'au paiement des droits et privilèges.

Pour les besoins de la négociation, les effets payables s'appliquent aux titres inscrits du deuxième jour de bourse, inclusivement, qui précède la date de clôture des registres de l'événement de marché à la fin du jour du paiement des droits et privilèges (c'est-à-dire la date à laquelle l'émetteur effectue le paiement des droits et privilèges). Cette période est appelée « période de négociation des effets payables ». Au cours de cette période, le vendeur des titres inscrits (qui est le destinataire futur des droits et privilèges) vend et cède également à l'acquéreur des titres inscrits le droit de recevoir les droits et privilèges. Cette cession est réalisée par les effets payables qui se rattachent aux titres inscrits. Les personnes qui acquièrent des titres inscrits pendant la période de négociation des effets payables paient au vendeur la pleine valeur des titres (y compris la valeur des droits et privilèges représentés par les effets payables). Grâce aux effets payables, les titres inscrits conservent la valeur des droits et privilèges jusqu'au paiement de ces derniers, étant donné que la date ex-distribution (soit la date à laquelle plus aucun effet payable ne se rattache aux titres inscrits) n'est que le premier jour de bourse suivant la date de paiement. Par conséquent, les titres inscrits conservent leur pleine valeur tout au long de la période de négociation des effets payables.

Par comparaison, si les effets payables ne sont pas utilisés (ce qui a toujours été la pratique au Canada), la date ex-distribution (soit le jour où les titres inscrits cessent d'être négociés avec les droits et privilèges qui s'y rattachent) est le deuxième jour de bourse précédant la date de clôture des registres de l'événement de marché. Ainsi, les titres inscrits conservent seulement la valeur des droits et privilèges jusqu'au début de la date ex-distribution. Par conséquent, entre la date ex-distribution et la date de paiement des droits et privilèges (qui peut être quelques jours, voire quelques semaines), la valeur marchande des titres inscrits dans un compte de courtage d'un investisseur est sous-évaluée. Le recours aux effets payables est une solution à ce problème.

Dans quelles circonstances les effets payables seront-ils utilisés?

Principales situations où l'on doit recourir aux effets payables

La Bourse déterminera s'il faut recourir aux effets payables en fonction des principaux facteurs suivants :

1.       La valeur de la distribution par rapport à la valeur des titres inscrits : Habituellement, les effets payables sont utilisés lorsque l'on prévoit que la valeur de la distribution (c'est-à-dire, les droits et privilèges) sera égale ou supérieure à 25 % de la valeur marchande des titres inscrits. Toutefois, il pourrait être approprié d'utiliser les effets payables à un seuil inférieur, compte tenu de facteurs comme le cours des titres inscrits (des cours relativement élevés jouent en faveur de l'utilisation des effets payables), les volumes de négociation et des conditions rattachées à une distribution.
         
        NOTE : Le formulaire 3E — Déclaration de dividende / distribution sera modifié de manière à ce qu'un émetteur soit tenu d'aviser la Bourse lorsqu'il s'attend à ce que la valeur du dividende ou de la distribution dépasse 10 % de la valeur des titres inscrits, afin que la Bourse puisse évaluer s'il faut utiliser des effets payables. S'il y a lieu, à la réception du formulaire 3E, la Bourse discutera avec l'émetteur de l'opportunité d'utiliser les effets payables pour le dividende ou la distribution et lui indiquera s'il faut recourir aux effets payables dans ce cas précis.
         
2.       Titres également cotés à une bourse américaine : Si les titres inscrits à la cote de la TSX de croissance sont également cotés à une bourse américaine, la Bourse mettra en œuvre la négociation des effets payables en conformité avec le marché américain. L'objectif de cette mesure est de réduire le plus possible le nombre de cas où les titres inscrits à une bourse canadienne se négocient à un cours différent des titres inscrits à une bourse américaine en raison de différences dans le traitement des événements ouvrant droit à des droits et privilèges.

NOTE (opérations de scission partielle) : Si l'émetteur effectue une opération de scission partielle dans le cadre de laquelle il fait une distribution à ses actionnaires, il doit discuter dès le départ avec la Bourse de la date de clôture des registres et de la date ex-distribution applicables et voir avec celle-ci si les effets payables doivent être utilisés pour la distribution.

Les effets payables ne sont pas requis dans tous les cas.

On peut déduire de ce qui précède que la Bourse n'exige pas l'utilisation des effets payables dans tous les cas. Si les effets payables ne sont pas requis pour des droits et privilèges en particulier (un dividende, une distribution spéciale, etc.), la Bourse aura recours à la pratique historique au Canada, c'est-à-dire que la date ex-distribution est le deuxième jour de bourse précédant la date de clôture des registres de l'événement de marché.

Procédure d'avis

L'émetteur doit aviser la Bourse au moins sept (7) jours de bourse avant la date de clôture des registres relative à l'événement corporatif. Si l'événement corporatif est le versement d'un dividende ou une distribution, l'avis à la Bourse doit être donnée au moyen du dépôt, auprès de la Bourse, d'une Déclaration de dividende / distribution (formulaire 3E). La Bourse déterminera alors (et en informera l'émetteur) s'il faut recourir aux effets payables pour les fins de négociation.

Information à fournir par voie de communiqué

Le communiqué d'un émetteur qui donne avis de droits et privilèges auxquels s'applique la négociation d'effets payables doit inclure l'information suivante :

(a)       La décision de la Bourse de mettre en œuvre la négociation des effets payables relativement à l'événement de marché qui donne droit aux droits et privilèges.
(b)       La date de clôture des registres applicable.
(c)       La date de début de la négociation des effets payables (deuxième jour de bourse précédant la date de clôture des registres).
(d)       La date de paiement de la distribution ou, si elle n'est pas connue, la date prévue. (NOTE : l'émetteur devrait consulter son agent des transferts pour fixer la date de paiement.)
(e)       La date ex-distribution (le jour de bourse qui suit la date de paiement).
(f)       La date de remboursement des effets payables ou, si elle n'est pas connue, la date prévue. (NOTE : L'émetteur devrait consulter son agent des transferts pour fixer la date de remboursement des effets payables.)

Ces dates doivent être confirmées auprès de la Bourse en faisant approuver le communiqué au moins un jour ouvrable avant sa diffusion.

Émission de nouveaux titres

De la date de clôture des registres à la fin de la période de négociation des effets payables, l'émetteur doit s'abstenir d'émettre de nouveaux titres inscrits de la catégorie des titres qui sont négociés avec des effets payables. Puisqu'un nouveau titre émis après la date de clôture des registres ne donne pas droit aux droits et privilèges applicables, aucun effet payable n'est rattaché à un tel titre. Par conséquent, les titres nouvellement émis ne sont pas fongibles avec les titres inscrits.

S'il n'est pas possible pour un émetteur inscrit d'éviter l'émission de nouveaux titres, l'émetteur doit prendre des dispositions pour veiller à ce que les porteurs des nouveaux titres sachent que ces titres ne sont pas fongibles avec les titres inscrits jusqu'à la fin de la période de négociation des effets payables.

Modifications corrélatives aux politiques

Des modifications mineures seront apportées au Guide du financement des sociétés de la Bourse pour tenir compte de la négociation des effets payables. Ces modifications entreront en vigueur dans un proche avenir. Les modifications prévues devraient inclure :

  1. Politique 1.1 - Interprétation : une définition d'effets payables sera ajoutée à la Politique 1.1.
  2. Politique 3.2 - Exigences en matière de dépôt et information continue : La partie 10 de la Politique 3.2 sera modifiée pour tenir compte de la possibilité qu'il faille recourir aux effets payables pour un dividende ou une distribution.
  3. Formulaire 3E - Déclaration de dividende / distribution : Le formulaire 3E sera modifié comme il est expliqué ci-dessus.
  4. Politique 5.8 - Dénomination sociale, changement de dénomination sociale, regroupements d'actions et fractionnements d'actions : La partie 8 de la Politique 5.8 sera modifiée pour tenir compte de la possibilité qu'il faille recourir aux effets payables en cas de fractionnements d'actions.

Toute question concernant le présent bulletin peut être adressée aux personnes suivantes :

Zafar Khan - conseiller juridique, politiques, 604-602-6982
Sylvain Martel - chef d'équipe, Services aux émetteurs inscrits, 514-788-2408

_____________________________

BULLETIN TYPE:  Cease Trade Order
BULLETIN DATE:  December 7, 2012
TSX Venture Company

A Cease Trade Order has been issued by the British Columbia Securities Commission on December 7, 2012 against the following company for failing to file the documents indicated within the required time period:

Symbol   Tier   Company       Failure to File  Period
                  Ending
                  (Y/M/D)
ICT      Isee3d Inc.       Interim financial statements  12/09/30
                Form 51-102F1 Management's Discussion
and Analysis 
12/09/30

Upon revocation of the Cease Trade Order, the Company's shares will remain suspended until the Company meets TSX Venture Exchange requirements.  Members are prohibited from trading in the securities of the Company during the period of the suspension or until further notice.

________________________________________

ATMANCO INC. ("ATW")
[formerly Biotonix (2010) Inc. ("BTX")]
BULLETIN TYPE: Reverse Takeover-Completed/Symbol Change, Resume Trading, Prospectus-
Unit Offering, Name Change and Consolidation
BULLETIN DATE: December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

Reverse Takeover:

TSX Venture Exchange (the "Exchange") has accepted for filing the Company's Reverse Takeover ("RTO") described in its Information Circular dated May 23, 2012.

The RTO consists in the arm's length acquisition of all the shares of 9130-4519 Québec inc., known under the name of The Atman Co. ("Atman") in consideration of: (i) 15,000,000 post-consolidation common shares at $0.20 per share ($3,000,000); (ii) 3,333,322 post-consolidation common shares at $0.15 per share upon conversion of a loan of $500,000; and (iii) $150,000 in cash payable over a three-year period ($75,000 on the closing date and $25,000 on each of the first, second and third anniversary of the closing date).

Gestion Avencorp Ltée received a finder's fee consisting of $50,000 in cash and 1,075,000 warrants @ $0.30 (post-consolidation) for a period of five years.

A total of 15,000,000 common shares issued to the shareholders of Atman are escrowed, of which 14,250,000 shares pursuant to an Exchange Tier 2 Surplus Escrow Agreement and 750,000 shares pursuant to an Exchange Tier 2 Value Escrow Agreement.

The Company is classified as an "Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services" Issuer (NAICS Number: 541611).

For further information, please refer to the Information Circular of the Company dated May 23, 2012, available on SEDAR.

Resume Trading:

Further to TSX Venture Exchange's Bulletin dated December 22, 2011, trading in the securities of the Resulting Issuer will resume at the opening on Tuesday, December 11, 2012.

Prospectus - Unit Offering:

The Company's Prospectus dated August 16, 2012 was filed with and accepted by TSX Venture Exchange, and filed with and receipted by the Autorité des marchés financiers on August 17, 2012, pursuant to the provisions of the Québec Securities Act.

Agent:          Industrial Alliance Securities Inc.
           
Offering:          A minimum of 5,000,000 units and a maximum of 8,333,333 units at a price of $0.30 per unit. Each unit consists of one common share and one-half warrant
Share Price:          $0.30 per unit
           
Warrants:           a minimum of 2,500,000 share purchase warrants to purchase 2,500,000 common shares and a maximum of 4,166,666 share purchase warrants to purchase 4,166,666 common shares
           
Warrant Exercise Price:         $0.60 during a period of 24 months from the closing date of the offering
           
Agent's Fee:         Cash commission of 9% of the gross proceeds and non-transferable broker's warrants to purchase a number of common shares representing 9% of the number of units issued pursuant to the public offering. Each broker warrant is exercisable for one common share at an exercise price of $0.30 per share for a period of 24 months from the closing date of the offering.

The Exchange has been advised that the first closing of the Prospectus occurred on October 18, 2012 in the amount of $1,529,969 (5,099,897 units at $0.30 per unit). The Exchange has been advised that the second closing of the Prospectus occurred on November 14, 2012 in the amount of $592,835 (1,976,115 units at $0.30 per unit). For further information, please refer to the Company's Prospectus dated August 16, 2012, available on SEDAR. Please also refer to the Company's news releases dated October 22 and November 15, 2012.

Name change and Consolidation:

Pursuant to a special resolution passed by shareholders on June 22, 2012, the Company has consolidated its capital on a 2 old shares for 1 new share basis. The name of the Company has also been changed from "Biotonix (2010) Inc." to "AtmanCo Inc.".

Effective at the opening of business on Tuesday, December 11, 2012, the common shares of "AtmanCo Inc." will commence trading on TSX Venture Exchange, and the common shares of "Biotonix (2010) Inc." will be delisted.

Post-Transactional            
Capitalization:          Unlimited common shares with no par value of which
          39,003,634 common shares are issued and outstanding
Escrow:          15,772,500 common shares and
          37,500 stock options, of which
          787,500 common shares and
          1,875 stock options are released at the date of this bulletin

Transfer Agent:        Computershare Investor Services Inc. - at its principal offices in Montréal
and Toronto
         
Trading Symbol:        ATW  (new)
CUSIP Number:         049512106  (new)
           
Company Contact:       Mr. Michel Guay, President and CEO
Company Address:       1050 de la Montagne, Suite 300
        Montreal, Quebec   H3G 1Y8
Company Phone Number:       (514) 935-5959
Company Fax Number:        (514) 935-4949
Company Email Address:       [email protected]
Company Web Site:        www.atmanco.com

ATMANCO INC. (« ATW »)
[anciennement Biotonix (2010) Inc. («BTX»)]
TYPE DE BULLETIN : Prise de contrôle inversée / Changement de symbole, Reprise de la négociation, Placement par prospectus - Unités, Changement de dénomination sociale et consolidation
DATE DU BULLETIN : Le 10 décembre 2012
Société du groupe 2 de TSX Croissance

Prise de contrôle inversée:

Bourse de croissance TSX (la « Bourse ») a accepté le dépôt des documents de Biotonix (2010) Inc. relativement à la prise de contrôle inversée décrite dans sa circulaire de sollicitation de procurations datée du 23 mai 2012.

La prise de contrôle inversée consiste en l'acquisition de toutes les actions de 9130-4519 Québec inc., connue sous le nom d'Atman Co. (« Atman »), dans le cadre d'une opération auprès de personnes sans lien de dépendance, en considération de : (i) 15 000 000 d'actions ordinaires post-consolidation a 0,20 $ l'actions (3 000 000 $); (ii) 3 333 322 actions ordinaires post-consolidation à 0,15 $ l'action dans le cadre de la conversion d'un prêt de 500 000 $; et (iii) 150 000 $ en espèces payable sur trois ans (75 000 $ à la clôture et 25 000 $ à chacun des premier, deuxième et troisième anniversaire de la clôture).

Gestion Avencorp Ltée a reçu des honoraires d'intermédiation dont 50 000 $ en espèces et 1 075 000 bons de souscription à 0,30 $ (post-consolidation) pour une période de cinq ans.

Un total de 15 000 000 d'actions ordinaires émises aux actionnaires d'Atman dans le cadre de l'opération sont entiercées, dont 14 250 000 actions en vertu d'une convention d'entiercement de titres excédentaires du groupe 2 de la Bourse et 750 000 actions en vertu d'une convention d'entiercement de titres de valeurs du groupe 2 de la Bourse.

La société est catégorisée comme une société de « Services de conseils en gestion administrative et générale » (numéro de SCIAN : 541611).

Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez vous référer à la circulaire de sollicitation de procurations de la société datée du 23 mai 2012, qui est disponible sur SEDAR.

Reprise de la négociation :

Suite au bulletin de la Bourse de croissance TSX du 22 décembre 2011, la négociation des titres de l'émetteur résultant sera reprise à l'ouverture des marchés le mardi 11 décembre 2012.

Placement par prospectus - Unités :

Le prospectus de la société daté du 16 août 2012 a été déposé auprès de et accepté par la Bourse ainsi que déposé auprès de et visé, le 17 août 2012, par l'Autorité des marchés financiers, et ce, en vertu des dispositions de la Loi sur les valeurs mobilières du Québec.

Agent :                Valeurs mobilières Industrielle Alliance Inc.
                 
Offre :                 Un minimum de 5 000 000 d'unités et un maximum de 8 333 333 unités au prix de 0,30 $ l'unité. Chaque unité est composée d'une action ordinaire et d'un-demi bon de souscription.
                 
Prix par action :                 0,30 $ par unité
                 
Bons de souscription :               Un minimum de 2 500 000 bons de souscription permettant de souscrire 2 500 000 actions ordinaires et un maximum de 4 166 666 bons de souscription permettant de souscrire à 4 166 666 actions ordinaires
                 
Prix d'exercice des bons :                0,60 $ dans les 24 mois suivant la clôture du placement
                 
Commission à l'agent:                 Rémunération au comptant égale à 9 % du produit brut et des bons de souscription au courtier représentant 9% du nombre d'unités émises en vertu de l'appel public à l'épargne. Chaque bon de souscription au courtier permet de souscrire une action ordinaire au prix d'exercice de 0,30$ pendant 24 mois suivant la clôture.

La Bourse a été avisée que la première clôture du prospectus a été effectuée le 18 octobre 2012, représentant 1 529 969 $ (5 099 897 unités au prix de 0,30 $ l'unité). La Bourse a été avisée que la deuxième clôture a été effectuée le 14 novembre 2012, représentant 592 835 $ (1 976 115 unités au prix de 0,30 $ l'unité). Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez vous référer au prospectus de la société datée du 16 novembre 2012, qui est disponible sur SEDAR. Veuillez également vous référer aux communiqués de presse de la société datés du 22 octobre et 15 novembre 2012.

Changement de dénomination sociale et consolidation:

En vertu d'une résolution spéciale des actionnaires adoptée le 22 juin 2012, la société a consolidé son capital-actions sur la base de 2 anciennes actions pour 1 nouvelle action. La dénomination sociale de la société a été changée de « Biotonix (2010) Inc. » à « AtmanCo Inc. ».

Les actions ordinaires de «AtmanCo Inc.» seront admises à la négociation de Bourse de croissance TSX à l'ouverture des marchés le mardi 11 décembre 2012, et les actions de « Biotonix (2010) Inc. » seront retirées de la cote.

Capitalisation            
post-transaction :           Un nombre illimité d'actions ordinaires sans valeur nominale, dont 39 003 634 actions sont émises et en circulation
             
Actions entiercées :            15 772 500 d'actions ordinaires et 37 500 options d'achat d'actions, dont 787 500 actions ordinaires et 1 875 options d'achat d'actions sont libérées en date du présent bulletin.
             
Agent des transferts :           Services aux investisseurs Computershare inc., à ses bureaux principaux de Montréal et Toronto
             
Symbole au téléscripteur:           ATW (nouveau)
Numéro de CUSIP :             049512106 (nouveau)
             
Contact de la société :            M. Michel Guay, Président et chef de la direction
Adresse de la société :            1050 de la Montagne, bureau 300
            Montréal, Québec, H3G 1Y8
Téléphone de la société :            (514) 935-5959
Télécopieur de la société :           (514) 935-4949
Adresse courriel de la société :            [email protected]
Site Web de la société :            www.atmanco.com

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CANGOLD LIMITED ("CLD")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Warrant Term Extension
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has consented to the extension in the expiry date of the following warrants:

Private Placement:

# of Warrants:           5,000,000
Original Expiry Date of Warrants:            July 12, 2012 (tranche 1), August 25, 2012 (tranche 2)
            Extended to December 31, 2012 on July 6, 2012
New Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 31, 2013
Exercise Price of Warrants:            $0.20
Forced Exercise Provision:           If the closing price for the Company's shares is $0.26 or greater
for a period of 10 consecutive trading days, then the warrant
holders will have 30 days to exercise their warrants;  otherwise
the warrants will expire on the 31st day.

These warrants were issued pursuant to a private placement of 10,000,000 shares with 5,000,000 share purchase warrants attached, which was accepted for filing by the Exchange effective October 14, 2011.

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CANGOLD LIMITED ("CLD")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Warrant Term Extension, Warrant Price Amendment
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has consented to the warrant term extension and warrant price reduction for the following warrants:

Private Placement:

# of Warrants:            1,638,000
Original Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 20, 2010
            Extended to December 20, 2011 on December 3, 2010
            Extended to December 20, 2012 on December 5, 2011
New Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 20, 2013
Original Exercise Price of Warrants:           $0.50 (post consolidation)
New Exercise Price of Warrants:           $0.20
Forced Exercise Provision:           If the closing price for the Company's shares is $0.26 or greater
for a period of 10 consecutive trading days, then the warrant
holders will have 30 days to exercise their warrants; otherwise
the warrants will expire on the 31st day.

These warrants were issued pursuant to a private placement of 2,180,000 shares (post consolidation) with 2,180,000 share purchase warrants (post consolidation) attached, which was accepted for filing by the Exchange effective December 21, 2009.

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CARIBOU KING RESOURCES LTD. ("CKR")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Property-Asset or Share Purchase Agreement
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing an Option Agreement dated September 24, 2012 (the "Agreement") between Caribou King Resources Ltd. (the "Company") and Nebu Resources Inc. ("Nebu"), whereby the Company will acquire 960 hectares of claims located in Timmins, Ontario.  In consideration, the Company will make cash payments in the amount of $55,000 (no cash payments in the first year), issue 1,200,000 shares (400,000 shares in the first year) and incur exploration expenditures in the amount of $250,000 ($50,000 in the first year) over a five year period.  The Agreement will be subject to a 2% NSR.

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DIAGNOS INC. ("ADK")
BULLETIN TYPE: Warrant Term Extension
BULLETIN DATE: December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted to extend the expiry date of the following warrants:

Number of Warrants:                5,545,173
Original Expiry Date of Warrants:                November 26, 2012
New Expiry Date of Warrants:                February 26, 2014
Exercise Price of Warrants:                $0.40

These Warrants were issued pursuant to a private placement of 11,090,345 common shares and 5,545,173 warrants, which was accepted for filing by TSX Venture Exchange effective on June 9, 2011.

DIAGNOS INC. ("ADK")
TYPE DE BULLETIN: Prolongation des bons de souscription
DATE DU BULLETIN: Le 10 décembre 2012
Société du groupe 2 de TSX Croissance

Bourse de croissance TSX a accepté de prolonger la date d'échéance des bons de souscription suivants :

Nombre de bons :               5 545 173
Date initiale d'échéance des bons :                Le 26 novembre 2012
Nouvelle date d'échéance des bons :                Le 26 février 2014
Prix d'exercice des bons :                0,40 $

Ces bons ont été émis en vertu d'un placement privé comprenant 11 090 345 d'actions ordinaires et 5 545 173 de bons de souscription, tel qu'accepté par Bourse de croissance TSX le 9 juin 2011.

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DUNCASTLE GOLD CORP. ("DUN")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Property-Asset or Share Purchase Agreement
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing a Letter of Understanding dated October 29, 2012 between Duncastle Gold Corp. (the "Company") and Fortune Tiger Resources Ltd. ("FTR"), whereby the Company has the option to acquire up to an 80% interest in the Black Lake Property in Ontario.  In consideration, the Company will make cash payments in the amount of $125,000 ($45,000 cash in the first year) over a three year period, issue up to 1,400,000 shares (400,000 shares in the first year) and incur a total exploration expenditure in the amount of $3,900,000 ($150,000 in the first year) over a six-year period.

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ENABLENCE TECHNOLOGIES INC. ("ENA")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Consolidation
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 1 Company

Pursuant to a resolution passed by shareholders December 5, 2012, the Company has consolidated its capital on a 20 old for 1 new basis.  The name of the Company has not been changed.

Effective at the opening, Tuesday, December 11, 2012 the common shares of Enablence Technologies Inc. will commence trading on TSX Venture Exchange on a consolidated basis. The Company is classified as a 'Research and Development in the Physical Engineering and Life Sciences' company.

Post - Consolidation              
Capitalization:            Unlimited  shares with no par value of which
            33,406,187  shares are issued and outstanding
Escrow            nil  shares are subject to escrow
               
Transfer Agent:            Computershare Investor Services Inc.
Trading Symbol:            ENA  (UNCHANGED)
CUSIP Number:            292483203  (new)

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EXPLOR RESOURCES INC. ("EXS")
BULLETIN TYPE: Warrant Term Extension
BULLETIN DATE: December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted to extend the expiry date of the following warrants:

Number of Warrants:            300,000
Original Expiry Date of Warrants:           December 31, 2012
New Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 31, 2013
Exercise Price of Warrants:            $0.70

These Warrants were issued pursuant to private placement of 400,000 common shares and 300,000 warrants, which was accepted for filing by TSX Venture Exchange effective on January 20, 2011.

RESSOURCES EXPLOR INC. (« EXS »)
TYPE DE BULLETIN: Prolongation des bons de souscription
DATE DU BULLETIN: Le 10 décembre 2012
Société du groupe 2 de TSX Croissance

Bourse de croissance TSX a accepté de prolonger la date d'échéance des bons de souscription suivants :

Nombre de bons :           300 000
Date initiale d'échéance des bons :            Le 31 décembre 2012
Nouvelle date d'échéance des bons :           Le 31 décembre 2013
Prix d'exercice des bons :            0,70 $

Ces bons ont été émis en vertu d'un placement privé comprenant 400 000 actions ordinaires et 300 000 bons de souscription, tel qu'accepté par Bourse de croissance TSX le 20 janvier 2011.

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EXPLOR RESOURCES INC. ("EXS")
BULLETIN TYPE: Warrant Term Extension
BULLETIN DATE: December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted to extend the expiry date of the following warrants:

Number of Warrants:            4,786,000
Original Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 20, 2012
New Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 20, 2013
Exercise Price of Warrants:            $0.70

These Warrants were issued pursuant to private placement of 6,184,000 common shares and 4,786,000 warrants, which was accepted for filing by TSX Venture Exchange effective on February 2, 2011.

RESSOURCES EXPLOR INC. (« EXS »)
TYPE DE BULLETIN: Prolongation des bons de souscription
DATE DU BULLETIN: Le 10 décembre 2012
Société du groupe 2 de TSX Croissance

Bourse de croissance TSX a accepté de prolonger la date d'échéance des bons de souscription suivants :

Nombre de bons :            4 786 000
Date initiale d'échéance des bons :            Le 20 décembre 2012
Nouvelle date d'échéance des bons :           Le 20 décembre 2013
Prix d'exercice des bons :            0,70 $

Ces bons ont été émis en vertu d'un placement privé comprenant 6 184 000 actions ordinaires et 4 786 000 bons de souscription, tel qu'accepté par Bourse de croissance TSX le 2 février 2011.

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EXPLOR RESOURCES INC. ("EXS")
BULLETIN TYPE: Warrant Term Extension
BULLETIN DATE: December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted to extend the expiry date of the following warrants:

Number of Warrants:            675,000
Original Expiry Date of Warrants:           December 23, 2012
New Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 23, 2013
Exercise Price of Warrants:            $0.70

These Warrants were issued pursuant to private placement of 930,000 common shares and 675,000 warrants, which was accepted for filing by TSX Venture Exchange effective on February 2, 2011.

RESSOURCES EXPLOR INC. (« EXS »)
TYPE DE BULLETIN: Prolongation des bons de souscription
DATE DU BULLETIN: Le 10 décembre 2012
Société du groupe 2 de TSX Croissance

Bourse de croissance TSX a accepté de prolonger la date d'échéance des bons de souscription suivants :

Nombre de bons :           675 000
Date initiale d'échéance des bons :            Le 23 décembre 2012
Nouvelle date d'échéance des bons :           Le 23 décembre 2013
Prix d'exercice des bons :            0,70 $

Ces bons ont été émis en vertu d'un placement privé comprenant 930 000 actions ordinaires et 675 000 bons de souscription, tel qu'accepté par Bourse de croissance TSX le 2 février 2011.

____________________________________

EXPLOR RESOURCES INC. ("EXS")
BULLETIN TYPE: Warrant Term Extension
BULLETIN DATE: December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted to extend the expiry date of the following warrants:

Number of Warrants:            150,000
Original Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 30, 2012
New Expiry Date of Warrants:            December 30, 2013
Exercise Price of Warrants:            $0.70

These Warrants were issued pursuant to private placement of 300,000 common shares and 150,000 warrants, which was accepted for filing by TSX Venture Exchange effective on February 2, 2011.

RESSOURCES EXPLOR INC. (« EXS »)
TYPE DE BULLETIN: Prolongation des bons de souscription
DATE DU BULLETIN: Le 10 décembre 2012
Société du groupe 2 de TSX Croissance

Bourse de croissance TSX a accepté de prolonger la date d'échéance des bons de souscription suivants :

Nombre de bons :            150 000
Date initiale d'échéance des bons :            Le 30 décembre 2012
Nouvelle date d'échéance des bons :            Le 30 décembre 2013
Prix d'exercice des bons :            0,70 $

Ces bons ont été émis en vertu d'un placement privé comprenant 300 000 actions ordinaires et 150 000 bons de souscription, tel qu'accepté par Bourse de croissance TSX le 2 février 2011.

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GREENSCAPE CAPITAL GROUP INC. ("GRN")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Private Placement-Non-Brokered
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to the Second and final Tranche of a Non-Brokered Private Placement announced November 16, 2012:

Number of Shares:            500,000 shares
             
Purchase Price:            $0.05 per share
             
Warrants:            500,000 share purchase warrants to purchase 500,000 shares
             
Warrant Exercise Price:            $0.10 for a two year period
             
Number of Placees:            1 placee

Pursuant to Corporate Finance Policy 4.1, Section 1.11(d), the Company must issue a news release announcing the closing of the private placement and setting out the expiry dates of the hold period(s). The Company must also issue a news release if the private placement does not close promptly. [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.]

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JAVELINA RESOURCES LTD. ("JRL.P")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Suspend-Failure to Complete a Qualifying Transaction within 24 months of Listing
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

Further to the TSX Venture Exchange Bulletin dated November 7, 2012, effective at the open on Tuesday, December 11, 2012, trading in the shares of the Company will be suspended, the Company having failed to complete a Qualifying Transaction within 24 months of its listing.

Members are prohibited from trading in the securities of the Company during the period of the suspension or until further notice.

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RED HUT METALS INC. ("ROB")
BULLETIN TYPE:  New Listing-IPO-Shares, Halt
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

The Company's Initial Public Offering ('IPO') Prospectus dated November 5, 2012, has been filed with and accepted by TSX Venture Exchange, and filed with and receipted by the British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario Securities Commissions on November 6, 2012, pursuant to the provisions of the British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario Securities Acts.

The gross proceeds received by the Company for the Offering were $300,000 (2,000,000 common shares at $0.15 per share).  The Company is classified as a 'Mineral Exploration' company.

Commence Date:            At the opening on Tuesday, December 11, 2012, the Common shares will be listed and IMMEDIATELY HALTED from trading on TSX Venture Exchange.

Corporate Jurisdiction:  British Columbia
   
Capitalization:  Unlimited common shares with no par value of which
  12,250,001 common shares are issued and outstanding
Escrowed Shares:  2,000,001 common shares
     
Transfer Agent:    Computershare Trust Company of Canada
Trading Symbol:    ROB
CUSIP Number:    756602108
     
Agent:    Jordan Capital Markets Inc.
     
For further information, please refer to the Company's Prospectus dated November 5, 2012.
 
Company Contact:   Robert Eadie
Company Address:    Suite 750 - 580 Hornby Street
    Vancouver, B.C. V6C 3B6
Company Phone Number:   (604) 602-4935
Company Fax Number:    (604) 602-4936
Company Email Address:   [email protected]

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TARANIS RESOURCES INC. ("TRO")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Private Placement-Non-Brokered
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to the second (and final) tranche of a Non-Brokered Private Placement announced September 6, 2012:

Number of Shares:            70,000 flow-through shares
             
Purchase Price:            $0.15 per flow-through share
             
Warrants:            35,000 share purchase warrants to purchase 35,000 shares
             
Warrant Exercise Price:           $0.30 for a one year period
             
Number of Placees:            1 placee

Pursuant to Corporate Finance Policy 4.1, Section 1.11(d), the Company must issue a news release announcing the closing of the private placement and setting out the expiry dates of the hold period(s). The Company must also issue a news release if the private placement does not close promptly.

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TARGET CAPITAL INC. ("TCI")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Declaration of Dividend
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

The Issuer has declared the following dividend:

Dividend per Share:                                             $0.02
Payable Date:                                              December 31, 2012
Record Date:                                              December 21, 2012
Ex-Dividend Date:                                              December 19, 2012

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TRI ORIGIN EXPLORATION LTD. ("TOE")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Private Placement-Non-Brokered
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to a Non-Brokered Private Placement announced November 12, 2012:

Number of Shares:                4,000,000 shares
                 
Purchase Price:               $0.10 per share
                 
Number of Placees:               4 placees
                 
Finder's Fee:                an aggregate of $20,000 payable to Sheridan Brothers Limited Partnership and Jennings Capital Inc.

Pursuant to Corporate Finance Policy 4.1, Section 1.11(d), 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).

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VALTERRA RESOURCE CORPORATION ("VQA")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Private Placement-Non-Brokered
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
TSX Venture Tier 2 Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to the second tranche of a Non-Brokered Private Placement announced November 1, 2012 and November 5, 2012:

Number of Shares:            410,000 flow-through shares
            612,500 non-flow-through shares
             
Purchase Price:           $0.10 per flow-through share
            $0.08 per non-flow-through share
             
Warrants:           306,250 share purchase warrants to purchase 306,250 shares
             
Warrant Exercise Price:           $0.12 for a two year period
             
Number of Placees:            6 placees

Insider / Pro Group Participation:      
      Insider=Y /  
Name     ProGroup=P /   # of Shares
Sveinson Mineral Services Inc. (F. Sveinson)      200,000 FT
Bremar Management Services Ltd. (F. Sveinson)     200,000 FT
Brian McGrath      10,000 FT
Alan Folk      300,000 NFT
         
Finders' Fees:      $300 and 6,250 warrants payable to Haywood Securities Inc.

Pursuant to Corporate Finance Policy 4.1, Section 1.11(d), the Company must issue a news release announcing the closing of the private placement and setting out the expiry dates of the hold period(s). The Company must also issue a news release if the private placement does not close promptly.

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NEX COMPANIES:

GOLDEN CARIBOO RESOURCES LTD. ("GCC.H")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Private Placement-Non-Brokered
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
NEX Company

TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to a Non-Brokered Private Placement announced November 6, 2012:

Number of Shares:            6,000,000 shares
             
Purchase Price:            $0.25 per share
             
Warrants:            3,000,000 share purchase warrants to purchase 3,000,000 shares
             
Warrant Exercise Price:           $0.35 for a one year period
             
Number of Placees:            30 placees

Insider / Pro Group Participation:              
            Insider=Y /  
Name            ProGroup=P /   # of Shares
2176423 Ontario Ltd. (Eric Sprott)           2,000,000
Bukchuk Holding (Chan Buckland)            400,000
Minaz Dhanani            20,000

Finder's Fee:           $10,500 payable to Raymond James Ltd.
            $350 payable to Tim Kenny
            $700 payable to Sean Callaghan
            $5,250 payable to Canpac Business Group Inc. (Fraser Fleming)
            $5,000 payable to Sprott Private Wealth LP
            $7,000 payable to Haywood Securities
            $7,000 payable to D&D Securities
            $350 payable to Northern Securities
            $1,750 payable to PI Financial
            $47,500 payable to Longwave Analytics (Ian Gordon)

Pursuant to Corporate Finance Policy 4.1, Section 1.11(d), the Company must issue a news release announcing the closing of the private placement and setting out the expiry dates of the hold period(s). The Company must also issue a news release if the private placement does not close promptly.

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JINHUA CAPITAL CORPORATION ("JHC.H")
BULLETIN TYPE:  Consolidation
BULLETIN DATE:  December 10, 2012
NEX Company

Pursuant to a special resolution passed by shareholders August 29, 2012, the Company has consolidated its capital on a 6 old for 1 new basis.  The name of the Company has not been changed.

Effective at the opening, Tuesday, December 11, 2012, the common shares of Jinhua Capital Corporation will commence trading on TSX Venture Exchange on a consolidated basis. The Company is classified as a 'Capital Pool Company' company.

Post - Consolidation          
Capitalization:          unlimited shares with no par value of which
          966,667 shares are issued and outstanding
Escrow          300,000 shares are subject to escrow
             
Transfer Agent:          Olympia Trust Company
Trading Symbol:          JHC.H  (UNCHANGED)
CUSIP Number:          47759W202  (new)

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