SOURCE: Cambridge Resources

May 25, 2007 14:06 ET

Cambridge Resources Releases Statement Regarding the Ontario Securities Commissions Temporary Order, Notice and Hearing

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - May 25, 2007) - Cambridge Resources Corporation (PINKSHEETS: CBRP) (FRANKFURT: M3F) released a statement today pertaining to a recent notice by the Ontario Securities Commission, which refers to the company's former transfer agent, Select American Transfer.

The Ontario Securities Commission issued a temporary order under section 127(1) and (5) of the Ontario Securities Commission, whereby the temporary order enforces a stop trading order to the following individuals and companies: Jason Wong, David Watson, Nathan Rogers, Amy Giles, John Sparrow, Kervin Findley, Leasesmart, Advance Growing Systems, Pharm Control, The Bighub, Universal Seismic, Pocketop, Asia Telecom, International Energy, Cambridge Resources, NutriOne Corporation and Select American Transfer.

Cambridge Resources, its Officers, Directors and Affiliates have not received notice by the Ontario Securities Commission nor any other authorities and are not and have not been involved in any of the alleged activities. In addition, Cambridge Resources has changed its transfer agent to Fairross Stock Transfer Company and has fully audited the records held with Fairross Stock Transfer and said audit was satisfactory.

Cambridge Resources, its Officers, Directors and Affiliates will cooperate fully with the investigation and hearing of the Ontario Securities Commission.

The closing of the financing may be delayed until conclusion of the investigation and hearing of the Ontario Securities Commission.

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