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Clearly Canadian is to begin trading on Canada's new stock exchange and to delist from the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Further to the company's news release of 17 January," a statement said, "Clearly Canadian announced today approval by the Canadian Trading and Quotation System Inc. (CNQ) for listing and trading of its common shares on the CNQ under the symbol "CCBC.""

Trading on the CNQ is scheduled to commence this Thursday. At the same time, the company has voluntarily delisted its shares from the Toronto Stock Exchange.

The company's shares also trade in the US on the OTC Bulletin Board.

"The CNQ offers a fully electronic exchange with instant order execution and transparency for investors," said Douglas L. Mason, President and CEO of Clearly Canadian. "Listing on the CNQ provides our shareholders an efficient new marketplace for trading equity securities."


Sectors: Soft drinks, Water

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