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Since Liberty Silver’s suspension by the OSC was lifted Oct. 22, the junior miner’s shares fell as low as 53 cents on the TSX and closed Friday at 74 cents.
Since Liberty Silver’s suspension by the OSC was lifted Oct. 22, the junior miner’s shares fell as low as 53 cents on the TSX and closed Friday at 74 cents.
(Della Rollins For The Globe and Mail)

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Liberty Silver shakes up board

Liberty Silver Corp., a junior miner recently ensnared in probes by the Ontario Securities Commission and the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission, hopes to rework its board in order to add more independent directors and enhance corporate governance.

The shakeup will also see the departure of blue-chip director Paul Haggis, the former head of OMERS and the recently appointed chairman of Canadian Pacific Railways, “due to increasing future commitments,” the company said.