(AUDIO ENHANCED) MarketRadio.ca Episode #8: TSX Venture Exchange President John McCoach, Equity Crowdfunding Alliance of Canada President Oscar Jofre, and Don Allan, President & - KMPH FOX 26 | Central San Joaquin Valley News Source

(AUDIO ENHANCED) MarketRadio.ca Episode #8: TSX Venture Exchange President John McCoach, Equity Crowdfunding Alliance of Canada President Oscar Jofre, and Don Allan, President &

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CALGARY, AB / ACCESSWIRE / May 1 2014 / On the latest episode of MarketRadio, host Pat Beechinor discusses topics which include the Venture Exchange’s decision to explore a co-listing expansion into Latin America…Crowdfunding in Canada…and a company that turns landfill refuse into diesel fuel.

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Segment #1

TSX Venture Exchange President John McCoach explains why it has decided to enter into a co-listings partnership with the Chili’s Santiago Stock Exchange and the benefits to Canadian Juniors. Dubbed “Santiago Stock Exchange Venture”, the new platform would give Canadian companies exposure to the expanding Latin American markets, including investment capital.

Segment #2

Oscar Jofre, CEO and President of the Equity Crowdfunding Alliance of Canada discusses his organization’s current cross-country tour. The ECFA is conducting conferences designed to bring entrepreneurs and investors up-to-speed on the latest rule and regulations surrounding the evolving crowd funding sector. There are millions of dollars to access and millions to invest – but you’d better learn the rules of engagement. Listen to find out if and when the ECFA is coming to your town or city.

Segment #3

What if someone could eliminate much of Canada’s garbage dump and landfill problems by simply turning it into diesel fuel? Well, according to Red Deer Alberta-based Cielo Waste Solutions Corp. (CMC:CSE), they can. President & CEO Don Allan explains how the company is taking a multi-faceted approach to literally turn garbage into (a lot!) of money, all the while reclaiming land.

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