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Stock Information

TSX-V: MNO



SHARE STRUCTURE


Shares Outstanding 163.8m

Options 8.5m

Warrants 12.8m

Fully Diluted 185.1m


Growing pilot-stage production of high-grade manganese oxide

Already serving specialty markets for premium-grade manganese with pilot production fully committed

Significant product de-risking already completed

Extensive growth potential with multi-commodity exploration upside potential

Multiple near-term value creating milestones

Get to know Meridian

with CEO Anthony Julien

What attracted you to the Espigao Project

Why are you in interested in Ariquemes?

Formula for success in Brazil

What is the longer term growth strategy for the Company?

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Meridian’s ticker symbol?
Meridian’s ticker symbol is “MNO”.
Which exchange are Meridian’s common shares traded on?
Meridian’s common shares are expected to start trading on the TSX Venture Exchange in November 2016.
When is the annual shareholder meeting held?
Meridian’s annual meeting is typically held in July, as determined by the Board of Directors. In advance of Meridian’s annual meeting, the Company sends a proxy and a notice to shareholders that the related meeting materials and Meridian’s annual financial statements are available for viewing and printing under Meridian’s profile at www.sedar.com.
How do I buy Meridian’s common shares?
Meridian’s common shares can be purchased through any licensed brokerage firm or financial institution. Meridian does not have a direct share purchase plan.
Who do I talk to for more information about investing?
Please contact  Fiona Grant Leydier +1 (416) 484-9851 with your questions.
Who do I contact for questions about lost or missing share certificates, or other questions about my shares?
Meridian’s transfer agent is Computershare. You can visit them at www.investorcentre.com/service; call toll-free 1.800.564.6253 (Canada and US); or fax them toll-free at 1.888.453.0330.
What if I’m a beneficial shareholder?
If you are a beneficial shareholder (your common shares are held by your broker in the name of the brokerage house), questions should be directed to your broker on all administrative matters.