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Bonterra to contest civil claims made against the company

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Global Mining Review,


Bonterra Resources Inc. (Bonterra) has received notice of a civil claim, filed by its former CEO and Director, Navjit Dhaliwal, and its former Vice President of Exploration and Director, Richard Dale Ginn, seeking payment in the amount of CAN$1 092 000 for each plaintiff.

On behalf of the Board, Chairman Greg Gibson stated: "This lawsuit is strictly an attempt to bully Bonterra. Guided by our duty to act in the best interest of the company and all shareholders, we will vigorously contest this claim and seek appropriate remedy for any damages caused to Bonterra by the plaintiffs' actions. Our response will be forthcoming."   

Read the article online at: https://www.globalminingreview.com/finance-business/17042019/bonterra-receives-notice-of-civil-claims-made-against-the-company/

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