BMTC to buy back shares

September 2006
Furniture/Today;9/18/2006, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p58
Trade Publication
The article reports that Montreal-based retailer BMTC Group has filed with the Toronto Stock Exchange Commission for permission to continue to buy back Class A subordinate voting shares and Class B multiple voting shares until September 5, 2007. BMTC intends to acquire for cancellation up to 10% of the outstanding Class A shares, or about 1.7 million shares, and up to 5%, less one share, of its Class B shares, or 622,227 shares at the market price at time of filing.


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