When was the company incorporated?
November 30, 2005
Blue Sky Uranium Corporation
Suite 312 - 837 West Hastings Street
What is a Transfer Agent?
A stock transfer agent or share registry is a company, usually a third party unrelated to stock transactions, which cancels the name and certificate of the shareholder who sold the shares of stock, and substitutes the new owner's name on the official master shareholder listing.
Transfer agents perform three main functions:
1. Issue and cancel certificates to reflect changes in ownership. For example, when a company declares a stock dividend or stock split, the transfer agent issues new shares. Transfer agents keep records of who owns a company's stocks and bonds and how those stocks and bonds are held—whether by the owner in certificate form, by the company in book-entry form, or by the investor's brokerage firm in street name. They also keep records of how many shares or bonds each investor owns.
2. Act as an intermediary for the company. A transfer agent may also serve as the company's paying agent to pay out interest, cash and stock dividends, or other distributions to stock- and bondholders. In addition, transfer agents act as proxy agent (sending out proxy materials), exchange agent (exchanging a company's stock or bonds in a merger), tender agent (tendering shares in a tender offer), and mailing agent (mailing the company's quarterly, annual, and other reports).
3. Handle lost, destroyed, or stolen certificates. Transfer agents help shareholders and bondholders when a stock or bond certificate has been lost, destroyed, or stolen. Also a medallion signature stamp officer is the transfer agent.
Who is the transfer agent for Blue Sky Uranium?
Phone+1 604 661 9400
510 Burrard St, 3rd Floor Vancouver, BC V6C 3B9
Fax+1 604 661 9549
Where are Blue Sky Uranium Shares traded?
Golden Arrow shares are traded on the Toronto Venture Exchange under the symbol BSK On the OTCQB fully reporting US exchange under the symbol BKUCF Also on the Frankfurt exchange under the symbol MAL2.
Can I buy shares directly from Blue Sky Uranium?
Periodically the company will offer shares through private placements to accredited investors; these shares come directly from the treasury and are issued with restrictions.
There are various methods of buying and financing stocks, the most common being through a regulated authorized stockbroker. Brokerage firms, whether they are a full-service or discount broker, arrange the transfer of stock from a seller to a buyer. Most trades are actually done through brokers listed with a stock exchange.
There are many different brokerage firms from which to choose, such as full service brokers or discount brokers. The full service brokers usually charge more per trade, but give investment advice or more personal service; the discount brokers offer little or no investment advice but charge less for trades. Another type of broker would be a bank or credit union that may have a deal set up with either a full-service or discount broker.
How many shares of the Company are outstanding?
The best please to see the current share structure is on the website.
How can I be notified of Blue Sky Uranium’s filings and other important announcements or events?
You can register to receive email alerts concerning Golden Arrow’s recent filings and other announcements.
Who is Blue Sky’s management team?
Please visit the Management page.
Where can I find Blue Sky’s regulatory filings?
All filings can be found at the SEDAR website.
Does Blue Sky have any warrants?
Please refer to the website for current warrant information.
I bought shares recently through a broker but have never received a share certificate or confirmation of share ownership. Can you help?
Please consult the broker you used at the point of purchase. Electronic trades typically are completed within three days of the trade taking place. We recommend working with established, registered brokers. Most market regulation services offer lists of accredited brokers.
Canada - Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC)
Does Blue Sky Uranium pay a dividend?
Blue Sky Uranium has never declared or paid a dividend. The company’s dividend policy will be reviewed from time to time in the context of its earnings, financial condition and other relevant factors.
What is the company Strategy for Blue Sky?
Maximise the potential of existing operations
Deliver growth through development projects
Extend the growth pipeline
Advance and enhance the sustainability of our business
What is Blue Sky Uranium’s Objective?
Blue Sky Uranium Corp. (TSX.V: BSK) is a leader in uranium discovery in Argentina. The Company's mission is to deliver exceptional returns to shareholders by rapidly advancing a portfolio of surficial uranium deposits into low-cost producers. The Company’s flagship Amarillo Grande Project was an in-house discovery of a new district that has the potential to be among the first domestic suppliers of uranium to the growing Argentine market.
Joseph Grosso and the team have been working continually in Argentina for 24 years respecting and working closely with communities throughout the country. The company has never have been refused a permit to work on any of its projects.
One of the Grosso managed companies Golden Arrow Resources won Exploration Company of the Year in Argentina and Mr. Grosso has won numerous awards recognizing his excellence in community relations and mining exploration, including, Mining Man of the Year, and a Life Time Achievement Award.
What is the environment like for mining Argentina?
Argentina has an important mining tradition spanning over a century that has included production of gold, silver, lead, aluminum, and copper.
The growing global demand for minerals, such as lithium and silicon, makes the country play a new leading role.
Since being elected in 2015 the government of Mauricio Macri has committed to economic growth through mining, and has shown this commitment by enacting several new mining rules which are positive for the mingling industry.
My address has changed. How do I inform Blue Sky Uranium?
If you’re a shareholder, please submit your address change (include your previous address) to the Transfer Agent, or contact us at
I’ve lost my Blue Sky Uranium share certificates. What should I do?
Visit the Computershare website, find the Investor Services, and find the Replace Certificate page.
Who is Blue Sky Uranium’s independent auditor?
PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc., Chartered Accountants.