Synergy Acquisition Corp.

Synergy Acquisition Corp.

October 17, 2013 00:54 ET

Synergy Acquisition Corp Announces Listing on CNSX

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwired - Oct. 17, 2013) - Synergy Acquisition Corp. (the "Corporation ") (CNSX:QMP) is pleased to announce that the Canadian National Stock Exchange ("CNSX") has approved the listing of the Corporation. The common shares of the company have been voluntarily delisted from trading on the TSX Venture Exchange today and will begin trading on CNSX on Thursday, October 17, 2013 or thereabouts, under a new ticker symbol: "QMP". "The listing on the CNSX in my view is an important step toward the development of a diversified portfolio of mineral properties that I have developed over the years. Our immediate goal will be to focus on the short term growth opportunities of these properties. I am very excited to develop these properties and to create value for the company; " said, Stéphane Leblanc, new president and CEO of the Corporation.

The Corporation also announces, effective as of October 10, 2013, the resignations of, Donald Caron, David S. Tam, Jason Theiss and Eric Sauze as directors and officers of the company and the following people have replaced them as directors of the Company: Stéphane Leblanc, Guy Paul Allard and Patricia Lafontaine. The officers of the Corporation appointed by the new Board of Directors are: Stéphane Leblanc, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Guy Paul Allard, Corporate Secretary. The position of Chief Financial Officer will be filled within a few days. In addition, the Board has appointed Stéphane Leblanc, President of the board.

"We want to thank Messrs. Caron, Tam, Theiss and Sauze for their leadership and vision. They seized the opportunity to acquire a portfolio of large-scale mining properties to allow the Corporation to grow and enhance the value of shareholders' equity in the short and medium term. "says Stéphane Leblanc . "We wish them every success in their future endeavors. "

The New Board of Directors

Stéphane Leblanc - Director, President and CEO

Mr. Leblanc is a successful entrepreneur with over 12 years' experience in all aspects of development and business management. Mr. Leblanc has worked with several mining companies such as Pershimco Inc., Adventure Gold Inc., Glen Eagle Resources Inc. and several other companies to sell properties. He is also President and CEO of Canadian Metals Inc., a mineral exploration company listed on CNSX (CNSX:CME).

Guy Paul Allard - Director and Corporate Secretary

Mr. Allard is a partner in the Corporate & Commercial Group of Dentons Canada LLP in Montréal since 2007. He holds a Bachelor of Civil Law and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Laval University. Mr. Allard specializes in corporate finance, securities, and mergers and acquisitions of public and private companies. He is a regional co-lead for Dentons Canada's National Mining Practice Group and regional lead for the Technology Practice Group. Mr. Allard is a member of the Legal Advisory Committee of the Autorité des marchés financiers.

Patricia Lafontaine - Director

Since 2005, Ms. Lafontaine was administrative assistant to Mr. Leblanc and his affiliates. As such, she is responsible for the management of mining titles and other accounting and financial duties. In 2011, Ms. Lafontaine joined 9248-7792 Québec Inc. as Director of Development and Planning. Ms. Lafontaine is currently a director and vice president of Rodillo Group Inc., a private company that manages a portfolio of industrial patents.

About Synergy

Synergy targets the excellent mineral potential of Quebec to make the discovery of new world-class deposits. Synergy, doing business under the name "Quebec Mineral Properties" is the ideal partner for exploration companies as well as for capital companies start looking for qualified projects of merit. Synergy intends to enter into agreements with respect to its properties. Management is currently evaluating other opportunities for growth from its portfolio of mineral properties newly acquired in order to increase shareholder value in the short term.

Neither CNSX Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider accepts responsibility whatsoever for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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