|Bid||0.090 x 0|
|Ask||0.095 x 0|
|Day's Range||0.085 - 0.095|
|52 Week Range||0.080 - 0.330|
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Colorado Resources Ltd. (“Colorado” or the “Company”) (TSXV – CXO) announces commencement of a review of strategic alternatives to enhance shareholder value. As part of the review process, the Company has engaged Fort Capital, an independent financial advisory company specializing in providing advice to resource companies, to assist the Board in its evaluation of alternatives available to the Company. The Company has not set a definitive timeline to complete its identification, examination and consideration of opportunities. Furthermore, this review has not been initiated as a result of receiving any transaction proposal.
Colorado Resources Ltd. (“Colorado” or the “Company”) (TSXV – CXO) is pleased to announce diamond drilling results from its 100% owned KSP property located in British Columbia’s prolific Golden Triangle region. As previously announced on July 16, 2018, diamond drilling on the 308 sq. km KSP Property has tested two step-out targets around the historic Inel basin area, including the Big Rock Deformation Zone (BRDZ) to the east, and Inel Zn to the north.
Colorado Resources Ltd. (“Colorado” or the “Company”) (CXO.V) is pleased to announce initiation of diamond drilling at its 100% owned KSP property located in British Columbia’s prolific Golden Triangle region. As previously announced on June 6, 2018, diamond drilling on the 308 sq. km KSP Property will follow-up on multiple previously identified targets. Colorado’s 2016 drill program produced Drill Hole INDDH16-29, which returned a 5 m interval grading 11.5 g/t Au (assays capped at 31 g/t Au).
PEACHLAND, BC, March 22, 2018 /CNW/ - Adam Travis (the "Concerned Shareholder" or "Mr. Travis"), a director, shareholder and former President and CEO of Colorado Resources Ltd. (CXO.V) ("Colorado" or the "Corporation") informs shareholders of the Corporation (the "Shareholders") that independent director, Carl Hering, has stepped down from the board of Colorado (the "Board"). Mr. Hering's reasons highlight the lack of regard for proper corporate governance by the conflicted directors Lawrence Nagy, William Lindqvist and Terese Gieselman (the "Conflicted Directors").
Independent Director of Colorado Resources Steps Down Due to Unacceptable Conduct of Chairman of the Board
PEACHLAND, BC, March 21, 2018 /CNW/ - Adam Travis (the "Concerned Shareholder" or "Mr. Travis"), a director, shareholder and former President and Chief Executive Officer of Colorado Resources Ltd. (CXO.V) ("Colorado" or the "Corporation") today addresses the false and misleading attacks leveled against him. Shareholders of Colorado (the "Shareholders") are encouraged to not be misled and vote the YELLOW proxy for change at the April 17, 2018 annual general meeting of shareholders (the "Meeting").
Concerned Shareholder of Colorado Resources Mails Proxy Circular and Encourages Shareholders to Vote for Change
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