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The TSX Venture Exchange fell 14.26 points to 948.10 Thursday. Four new shells arrived on the TSX-V today: Doug McFaul's ECC Ventures 4 Corp. (ECCF: $0.13),
Brian Bayley and Murray Sinclair's Column Capital Corp. (CPC),
Jesse Kaplan's Magen Ventures I Inc. (MAGN), and Terence Meek's Sleeping Giant Capital Corp. (SSX).
ECC Ventures 4 sold a $200,000 initial public offering at 10 cents. It is the fifth capital pool shell to have been founded by Mr. McFaul and his colleagues at Emprise Capital Corp., a shell-making operation in Vancouver. ECC 4 traded once today, 160,000 shares at 13 cents, while the other three new shells had no trades.
Column Capital sold a $202,500 IPO at 15 cents and is the 29th shell to have been founded by Mr. Bayley and Mr. Sinclair. Magen Ventures raised $4-million at 10 cents and is the second shell from Mr. Kaplan, a chartered financial analyst in Toronto. Sleeping Giant Capital raised $500,000 at 10 cents and is the first shell from Mr. Meek, a civil engineer and a former Olympic curling athlete. Mr. Meek was the chief executive officer of an Alberta oil and gas junior, Point Loma Resources Ltd., which traded up to 75 cents in 2017 and then declined to a penny and went bankrupt in 2020.
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