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The colder weather might be just around the corner for Canada, but when it comes to the advanced bioeconomy, think Hot Spots. The country is replete with ’em. From projects to process for new fuels, chemicals, materials and wealth creation – here are 10 places where the advanced bioeconomy future is being unveiled… by Jim Lane.
TORONTO, Aug. 28, 2017 /CNW/ – BIOX Corporation (“BIOX” or the “Corporation“) (TSX: BX), a renewable energy company that owns and operates biodiesel production facilities, today announced that Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. (“ISS“) and Glass, Lewis & Co. (“Glass Lewis“), leading independent proxy advisory firms, have each recommended that the shareholders of BIOX (“Shareholders“) vote in favour of the proposed transaction whereby FP Resources Limited and CFFI Ventures Inc. (collectively, the “Acquiror Group“) through 10293547 Canada Limited (the “Purchaser“), a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of CFFI Ventures, will acquire all of the issued and outstanding common shares of BIOX (“Common Shares“), other than those already owned by the Acquiror Group and certain rollover Shareholders (the “Rollover Shareholders“), for cash consideration of $1.23 per Common Share (the “Consideration“) through a court approved plan of arrangement under the Canada Business Corporations Act (the “Arrangement“). All Common Shares held by the Acquiror Group and the Rollover Shareholders will be exchanged for common shares of the Purchaser pursuant to the Arrangement… by Biox.
Canada to invest $1.75m in feeding study to reduce GHG, improve cattle production…Aerin Einstein-Curtis,