September 15, 2015 – Ultra Resources Corp. (“Ultra”)(TSX.V-ULT) announces that, as a result of general market conditions and opportunities relating to its Buck Lake platinum, palladium and nickel project project situated 25 kilometers west of newly reorganized North American Palladium Corp.’s Lac des Iles Mine near Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, Ultra has decided to consolidate its share capital on a one new share for three old shares consolidation ratio. This capital reorganization will provide the Company with greater flexibility for future financings. In accordance with the Company’s articles and the British Columbia Business Corporations Act, directors of the Company approved the proposed consolidation.
Currently, a total of 27,128,726 common shares in the capital of the Company are issued and outstanding. A total of 9,042,908.67 common shares in the capital of the Company will be issued and outstanding following the proposed consolidation, assuming no other changes to the issued capital prior to the consolidation being effective. The share consolidation is subject to TSX Venture Exchange acceptance for filing.
Ultra’s common shares are listed and called for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange with the trading symbol “ULT”. Information on Ultra can be accessed at www.ultraresourcescorp.com.
ULTRA RESOURCES CORP.
PER: “Kirk Shaw”
Kirk Shaw, President
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