FSNA to Resume Trading on TSX Venture Exchange

Franchise Services of North America Inc. (FSNA) recently announced that it has received official notice from the TSX Venture Stock Exchange stating that its shares have been reinstated for trading effective at the opening of the market.

"The interruption in trading is now behind us. Our executive team's persistent and diligent work resolved this matter as quickly as possible with the assistance of our outside advisors," said Bob Barton, chief operating officer. "We are eager to put all of our efforts back into growing the businesses and expanding our brand awareness in both Canada and the United States."

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