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Our roundup of Canadian small-caps of between $100-million and $2.5-billion in market capitalization making news and on the move today.

Element Fleet Management Corp. (EFN-T) says it has appointed Vito Culmone as its new chief financial officer, effective July 16.

He is replacing Samir Zabaneh, who the company says has resigned to assume an executive role with another organization in the financial technology industry.

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Ballard Power Systems (BLDP-Q; BLDP-T) says its Protonex subsidiary has received a $1-million order for the supply of SPM-622 Squad Power Manager Kits to support U.S. Army brigades deploying overseas. The system is manufactured in Southborough, Mass.

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Hydrogenics Corp. (HYGS-Q; HYG-T) says it will be providing fuel cells to Golden Gate Zero Emission Marine for the first high-speed, hydrogen-powered fuel cell marine vessel in the U.S.

GGZEM, of the San Francisco area, was awarded a US$3-million grant by the California Air Resources Board to build the high-speed ferry. “The zero-emission vessel will be the first of its kind in the U.S. and operate within the Red and White fleet out of San Francisco Bay,” the company stated.

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Roxgold Inc. (ROXG-T) says the Bagassi South mining decree was approved by the Burkina Faso council of ministers. “The Bagassi South mining decree is an extension of the existing 2013 mining convention currently in place at the 55 Zone and carries the same terms,” the company stated.

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ICC Labs Inc. (ICC-X ) says the Government of Uruguay has granted the company an additional land package to increase its production capacity. The company called it “a relevant milestone that demonstrates the confidence that the government has placed in our company.”

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