Le 13 octobreOctober 13, 2020) Sire Bioscience Inc. has announced a consolidation of its issued and outstanding common shares on the basis of one (1) post-consolidation common shares for every ten (10) pre-consolidation common shares.

As a result, the outstanding shares of the company will be reduced to approximately 42,423,597 common shares.


The name and symbol will not change.

Please note that all open orders will be cancelled at the close of business on October 14, 2020. Dealers are reminded to re-enter their orders taking into account the share consolidation.

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Sire Bioscience Inc. a annoncé un regroupement de ses actions ordinaires émises et en circulation sur la base d’une (1) action ordinaire post-consolidation pour chaque dix (10) actions ordinaires pré-consolidation.

Par conséquent, les actions en circulation de la société seront réduites à environ 42 423 597 actions ordinaires.

Le nom et le symbole ne changeront pas.

Veuillez noter que toutes les commandes ouvertes seront annulées à la fermeture des bureaux le 14 octobre 2020. Il est rappelé aux courtiers de ressaisir leurs commandes en tenant compte du regroupement d’actions.

Trading on a Consolidated Basis/Négociation sur une base consolidée: le 15 octobre/October 2020
Record Date/Date d’enregistrement: le 16 octobre/October 2020
Symbol/Symbole: SIRE
NEW/NOUVEAU CUSIP: 82964J209
NEW/NOUVEAU ISIN: CA82964J2092
Old/Vieux CUSIP & ISIN: 82964J100/CA82964J1003

If you have any questions or require further information please contact Listings at (416) 367-7340 or E-mail: Listings@thecse.com

Pour toute question ou information complémentaire, veuillez contacter Listings au 416 367-7340 ou par courriel à: Listings@thecse.com

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