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First Vanadium changes trading symbol on OTCQX Best Market

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Global Mining Review,

First Vanadium Corp. (First Vanadium), which was formerly Cornerstone Metals Inc., has announced that at the opening on 15 November 2018, the company's trading symbol on the OTCQX® Best Market in the US changed to FVANF.

The OTCQX Best Market is for established, investor-focused US and international companies. To qualify for the OTCQX market, companies must meet high financial standards, follow best practice corporate governance, demonstrate compliance with US securities laws, be current in their disclosure, and have a professional third party sponsor introduction. The company's trading symbol on the TSX Venture Exchange remains as FVAN.

First Vanadium has an option to earn a 100% interest in the Carlin Vanadium project, 6 miles south of I-80 and the town of Carlin (Nevada). The Carlin Vanadium project hosts the Carlin Vanadium deposit, which is considered the largest, highest grade primary vanadium deposit in North America (USGS Professional Paper 1802 Critical Mineral Resources of the United States-Economic and Environmental Geology and Prospects for Future Supply dated 18 December 2017).

The results for 53 drill holes of the 69-hole Phase 2 drill campaign on the Carlin Vanadium deposit are pending from the assay lab.

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