October 04, 2016 11:59 ET
MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Oct. 4, 2016) - Nearctic Nickel Mines Inc. (the "Company") announces that it and its indirect Quebec subsidiary, Ungava Mineral Exploration Inc., ("UMEI"), have received a Judgment of the Quebec Superior Court in which a motion to dismiss the damages action, announced in the Company's press release dated September 2, 2015, was itself dismissed. It was decided on a summary evaluation basis, that the claims made by UMEI were neither abusive nor prescribed by the statute of limitation. It was also decided that proceedings in this damages case would be suspended pending the final outcome in the pending motion for revocation of the homologation of the arbitration decisions, as mentioned in the Company's September 9, 2015 press release.
The Company will file the Judgment of the Honorable Mr. Justice P. Nollet as an annex to the Material Change Report to be filed in connection with this press release.
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Nearctic Nickel Mines Inc.Glen EriksonPresident(905) 274 3164
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