Athabasca Minerals Voting Results from 2020 Annual and Special Meeting

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Athabasca Minerals Voting Results from 2020 Annual and Special Meeting

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by ahnationtalk on September 24, 202034 Views

September 23, 2020 Calgary, Alberta. Athabasca Minerals Inc. (“Athabasca” or the “Corporation”) (TSXV:AMI) is pleased to announce the voting results of the Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders of the Corporation that was held on September 22, 2020 in Edmonton, Alberta.

The total number of votes represented at the Meeting was 8,899,333, being 18% of the total Common Shares of the Corporation. A full report of voting results is available on SEDAR at

The following five nominees were elected as directors of Athabasca. The results of the vote for the election of directors are set out below:

Election of Directors Votes For Votes Withheld
Don Paulencu 81% 19%
Terrance Kutryk 81% 19%
Neil Manning 81% 19%
Dale Nolan 81% 19%
Robert Beekhuizen 81% 19%

The shareholders voted in favour of all matters brought before the Meeting. The results of the other matters considered at the Meeting including fixing the number of directors to five, the appointment of auditors, re-approval of the Corporation’s stock option plan, the re-approval of the restricted share unit and deferred share unit plans, and the approval of the Corporation’s employee share purchase plan.

An archive of the webcast of the meeting will be available at:


Incorporated in 2006, Athabasca is an integrated group of companies focused on the aggregates, industrial minerals and resource sectors, including exploration and development; aggregates marketing and midstream supply-logistics solutions. Business activities include aggregate production, sales and royalties from corporate-owned pits, management services of third-party pits, acquisitions of sand and gravel operations, integrated supply/delivery solutions of industrial minerals, and new venture development. The Corporation is strategically focused on growing its three core business units: the AMI Aggregates division, the AMI RockChain division, and the AMI Silica division. Management is continually pursuing opportunities for sustained growth and diversification in supplying aggregate products and industrial minerals.

Athabasca’s business is comprised of the following three reportable segments:

  • AMI Aggregates division produces and sells aggregate out of its corporate pits and manages the Coffey Lake Public Pit on behalf of the Province of Alberta for which aggregate management services revenue are earned.
  • AMI Silica division is positioning to become a leading supplier of premium domestic silica sand with regional deposits in Alberta and NE British Columbia. This reporting segment encompasses all silica assets including Firebag, the Duvernay Project and the Montney In-Basin Project.
  • AMI RockChain division is a midstream technology-based business using its proprietary RockChain™ digital platform, associated algorithm and quality assurance & control services to provide cost-effective integrated supply / delivery solutions of industrial minerals to industry, and the construction sector.
    • TerraShift Engineering Ltd. is a newly acquired entity of RockChain. It offers technology-based applications that support resource exploration and development, environmental and regulatory planning, resource management, compliance reporting, and reclamation for a growing customer base across Western Canada and Ontario.

For further information, please contact:
Tanya Finney, Director, Investor and Stakeholder Relations
Tel: 587-391-0548 / Email: [email protected]


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