PacificOre tires of dissident claims, to mail circular 6th June 2013 VanadiumCorp News Releases VANCOUVER, BRTISH COLUMBIA -2013-06-06 Mr. Christian Derosier reports PACIFICORE ANNOUNCES ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING PacificOre Mining Corp. will hold its annual general meeting on Sept. 17, 2013, at 10 a.m., in the boardroom of Computershare Investor Services Inc. located on Second floor, 510 Burrard St., Vancouver, B.C. Further information about the annual general meeting, including the text of the requisition sent by dissident shareholders, will be set out in a management information circular that will be mailed to shareholders and posted to SEDAR in due course. The company’s directors have been communicating with shareholders and are reassured to learn that there is growing support for the board’s efforts to improve the company and strong disapproval for the dissidents’ smear campaign. The board is weary of responding to the dissidents’ constant stream of outrageous lies but nevertheless must respond to dispel their damaging misconceptions: No mineral claims belonging to the company have been allowed to expire so far this year. All of the company’s claims are in good standing. It is false that 13 claims are about to expire next month. The company drilled four holes, not three, up to March of this year. Shareholders should ask Adrian Bakker why he takes no responsibility for his failure to raise sufficient funds for the planned 16-hole drill program when the geological team relied on him to do so. Share This Tweet Share Share Email Related Posts VanadiumCorp Retains IOS Geoscientifiques Inc. VanadiumCorp Resource Inc. and its Board of Directors are pleased to announce it has retained IOS Services Geoscientifiques Inc. (IOS) for the purpose of advancing its Vanadium Projects in Quebec. IOS, a thoroughly independent consulting firm, was the contracted developer and project manager of the Lac Dore Project by its previous owner. PacificOre names Bakker, Pearce, Sorbara to board PacificOre Mining Corp.'s proxy contest that began on April 1, 2013, has ended with the resignation of the entire board and the appointment of Adriaan Bakker, Stephen Pearce and Paul Sorbara. In addition to these appointments Adrian O'Brien and John Hewlett have also been appointed to the board of directors. VanadiumCorp signs Memorandum of Understanding with leading North American Flow Battery Manufacturer VanadiumCorp is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU") with a leading North American vanadium flow battery manufacturer.