As I understand any shareholders, like myself, who are completely dissatisfied with the lack of communication from this company and the apparent lack of activity/interest shown by Greg Bandy and the direction he is taking the company have a right to demand a shareholders general meeting to discuss the dismissal of the director (if more than 5% of shareholders eligible to vote decide to take this action). I am not sure what appetite there is amongst shareholders out there for such action. I for one hold over 1% of the company. It probably will be fairly easy to get to the 5% trigger needed. Not sure of the procedural details yet, just thought I would gauge what level of interest there is in taking such action.
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