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TOWER ONE Cease Trade Order Due to Late Financial Statements

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, May 07, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TOWER ONE WIRELESS CORP. (CSE:TO) (TOWTF) (1P3N.F) (“Tower One” or the “Company”) announces that a cease trade order has been issued against the Company by the BC Securities Commission because of the Company's failure to file annual financial statements for the financial year ended December 31, 2018, together with the related MD&A and officer certifications (the "2018 Annual Filings") by April 30, 2019. As a result, the Company's securities have been halted from trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange.

The late filing of the 2018 Annual Filings is due to delays in receiving the financial results of one its subsidiaries. Tower One expects to correct all associated deficiencies and file its 2018 annual financial statements by no later than May 13th, 2019. Revocation of the cease trade order is expected to occur within a couple of days following the filing of the 2018 Annual Filings.

About Tower One

Tower One Wireless Corp.’s principal business is to build, own and operate multi-tenant wireless telecommunications infrastructure (“towers”) in Latin America. Tower One leases space on its towers to mobile network operators.  The company is focused on the build to suit tower industry whereby a long-term lease is secured with a tenant prior to building a tower.  The Company operates in the three largest Spanish speaking countries in Latin America (Argentina, Colombia and Mexico) with a combined population of approximately 220 million people.

Contact Information

Corporate Communications
USA (917) 546-3016
E-mail: info@toweronewireless.com
Website: www.toweronewireless.com

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