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June 24, 2013 - London

Vancouver, British Columbia, June 24, 2013 - Analyst Ted Ohashi, CFA, interviews Richard Carleton CEO of Canadian National Stock exchange.

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On a recent trip to Vancouver, Mr. Carleton participated on a panel at the 2013 World Resource Investment Conference. The panel, moderated by Joe Martin, discussed the funding crisis facing the junior resource markets. Mr. Carleton was joined by John Kaiser of Kaiser Research, Eric Coffin of HRA Advisories, and Don Mosher of Gold Reach Resource Ltd.

In an exclusive interview with Ted Ohashi, Richard Carleton discusses the history of the Canadian National Stock exchange and how it has created a better model for junior companies to list and raise funds, and the importance of risk capital to the Canadian economy.

CNSX is an innovative new stock exchange for trading the securities of public companies. CNSX's unique market model matches enhanced disclosure and streamlined issuer regulation with leading edge technology and comprehensive regulatory oversight to meet the needs and characteristics of public companies, their investors and investment dealers.

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