Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Gold Wheaton (TSX VENTURE: GLW) Migrating to TSX

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Gold Wheaton Gold Corp. (TSX VENTURE: GLW) announced in a press release that they have been granted approval to have their common shares and listed warrants on the Toronto Stock Exchange (the "TSX").

The company says it should start to trade on the TSX under the "stock symbol "GLW" for trading in the common shares and "GLW.WT" for trading in the listed warrants on the TSX,"on February 4.

The common shares and listed warrants will continue to trade on on a non-consolidated basis on the TSX Venture Exchange through the close on Wednesday February 3, 2010. As of opening on the TSX February 4,the stock will be delisted from the TSX Venture Exchange.

In other Gold Wheaton news, the company confirmed it is going forward with the consolidation of its common shares on a ten for one basis, with the one representing the new shares. The same will be true of those holding listed warrants as well.

Per the press release:

"After the consolidation becomes effective, each shareholder of the Company will hold one post-consolidation share for every ten pre-consolidation shares, with the result that after the consolidation the Company will have outstanding approximately 143,047,466 common shares. Each holder of listed warrants will hold one post-consolidation warrant for every ten pre-consolidation warrants, each post-consolidation warrant having an exercise price of $10.00 per share. After the consolidation becomes effective, the Company will have outstanding approximately 25,999,999 listed warrants with an expiry date of July 8, 2013."

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