Altaley Mining Corporation

We at Altaley believe we have a mission to create enduring, sustainable value for all our shareholders, employees and the communities where we work.

1. When was Altaley Mining Corporation incorporated?

The Company's original incorporation date was April 11, 1986 under the name of Samarkand Resources Inc. There were two subsequent name changes on April 5, 1990 (Consolidated Samarkand Resources Inc.) and on October 15, 1999 to Soho Resources Corp.

On January 16, 2013 the name was changed to its current Altaley Resources Inc.

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2. What is Altaley's CUSIP number?

Altaley Resources Inc Cusip number is 87973V.

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3. What is Altaley's year-end?

During 2016, the Company changed its fiscal year-end from February 28 to December 31 with the objective to unify reporting periods for all its subsidiaries and to align with its industry peers. Accordingly, 2016 financial statements are prepared for the ten months ended December 31, 2016 and the twelve months ended February 29, 2016, as a result, operating figures may not be directly comparable.

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4. What are Altaley's trading symbols?

Altaley Resources Inc. is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange trading under the symbol "TSN".

In addition, the company trades on the Over The Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) in the United States under the symbol "SOHFF" and on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange with the symbol "TSGN".

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5. Can I buy or sell stock directly through Altaley?

Altaley Mining Corporation does not offer a direct stock purchase plan.

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6. Where can I find the company's regulatory filings?

All of the company's regulatory filing can be found on SEDAR is the System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval. Altaley's filings can be found here

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7. Who owns Altaley Mining Corporation?

Currently, Altaley Directors and Insiders own approximately 55% of the outstanding shares. An additional 6 shareholders own approximately 18%.

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8. What is the difference between registered and non-registered security ownership?

Registered owners of securities hold their securities directly and most often physically possess a certificate evidencing their position. Non-registered owners hold their securities through a brokerage firm or other financial intermediary. Most investors choose to own securities in non-registered form, primarily for reasons of convenience. Another term for non-registered holders is “beneficial owner”. Non-registered securities are sometimes referred to as “street form”.

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9. What are the employment opportunities at Altaley Mining Corporation?

All open job postings for Altaley Mining Corporation can be found at "Employment Opportunities".

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10. How can I get a copy of the most recent Quarterly or Annual Report?

All of Altaley's current and past financial documents can be found on our website in the "Financials" section. The most recent filings can also be obtained from our "Downloads" page

Alternatively, if you would like to receive a hard copy, you can email a request to "" and we will send you a copy in the mail.

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11. Does Altaley participate in the direct registration program?

Yes, if you are a beneficial holder please contact your broker directly or if you are a registered holder please contact the company's Transfer Agent, Computershare:

Computershare Trust Company of Canada

510 Burrard Street, 2nd Floor
Vancouver, BC, V6C 3B9
Tel: (604) 661-9400
Fax: (604) 661-9401

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12. I've lost my Altaley share certificates. What should I do?

If your share certificate(s) has been lost, misplaced or stolen, please notify Computershare by calling our National Customer Contact Center (1-800-564-6253). A customer service representative will place a preventative stop on the missing certificates and mail you the required documentation for replacement.

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13. Can a U.S. citizen buy stocks listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV)?

Yes, they can.
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14. As a U.S. investor, how do I trade stocks listed on the TSX and TSXV?

Trade through these U.S. online brokerages:

  • Interactive Brokers
  • Fidelity (International Platform)
  • Schwab

These platforms allow U.S. retail investors to trade nearly all TSX and TSXV listed issuers. For Interactive Brokers and Fidelity's International Platform, investors will be able to access full quotes for TSX and TSXV symbols, quoted in Canadian dollars. On Schwab's platform, investors will need to use the stock's OTC ticker to trade it. Schwab investors will only be able to execute their trades in US$.

Call your broker:

Not all U.S. brokerage firms offer access to every stock trading on the TSX or TSXV. Some brokerages offer trading access, but limited quote information.  Call your broker to find out if they provide full quotes and direct trading for the stock you wish to trade. If your broker does not offer trading for that stock, then you may consider contacting one of the online brokerage firms listed above.

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15. I bought shares of a TSX or TSXV company through a Private Placement; how do I get these shares deposited and tradeable in a US brokerage account?

If you bought shares of a TSX or TSXV issuer (or would like to purchase shares of one of these issuers) via a private placement, and your U.S. broker informs you that they cannot deposit these shares, contact the Head of Capital Development at TSX or one of these firms directly that specializes in trading TSX/TSXV securities.

  • Haywood Securities  1-800-663-9499
  • Canaccord Genuity   1-800-382-9280
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