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Imperial Metals Corp (2)
Symbol C : III
Shares Issued 127,110,479
Close 2019-04-15 C$ 2.73
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Imperial Metals to buy back up to 635,552 shares

2019-04-15 10:35 ET - News Release

Mr. Brian Kynoch reports

IMPERIAL ANNOUNCES NORMAL COURSE ISSUER BID

The Toronto Stock Exchange has accepted Imperial Metals Corp.'s notice of intention to make a normal course issuer bid to be transacted through the facilities of the TSX or alternative Canadian marketplaces.

Pursuant to the bid, the company may purchase up to 635,552 common shares, which represents 0.5 per cent of the total 127,110,479 common shares of the company issued and outstanding as of April 12, 2019. Purchases will be made, at the discretion of the company at prevailing market prices, commencing April 17, 2019, and ending no later than April 16, 2020. Pursuant to TSX policies, daily purchases made by the company will not exceed 17,523 common shares, or 25 per cent of the company's average daily trading volume of 70,093 common shares on the TSX, subject to certain prescribed exceptions.

The shares acquired under the bid will be used to satisfy the company's obligations under its non-management directors' plan and share purchase plan. The financing for any purchase pursuant to the bid will be financed out of the working capital of the company. In the previous 12 months, the company repurchased 349,641 of its outstanding common shares at the average price per share of $1.71. The maximum number of common shares sought and approved by the TSX under the terms of the previous bid was 525,864. The common shares have or will be allocated to satisfy the company's obligations under the plans. A copy of the company's notice filed with the TSX may be obtained, by any shareholder without charge, by contacting the company's chief financial officer.

About Imperial Metals Corp.

Imperial is a Vancouver-based exploration, mine development and operating company. The company, through its subsidiaries, owns the Red Chris, Mount Polley and Huckleberry copper mines in British Columbia. Imperial also holds a 50-per-cent interest in the Ruddock Creek lead/zinc property. Imperial recently announced an agreement with Newcrest to sell a 70-per-cent interest in Red Chris to Newcrest for $806.5-million (U.S.), while retaining a 30-per-cent interest in the mine.

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