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Toga Limited’s Majority Owned Subsidiary Eostre Berhad is Appointed as the E-commerce Platform Provider for Hayes Products by Vicex PLT

PETALING JAYA, Malaysia, July 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Toga Limited’s (OTC: TOGL) Majority Owned Subsidiary Eostre Berhad, has been officially appointed by Vicex PLT as its e-commerce online crossover platform provider to exclusively sell Hayes products to members of both companies. Eostre is now tasked with providing the platform with the URL, “int.eostre.biz”, as the e-commerce online crossover platform.

“We are pleased to establish this collaboration between Vicex and Eostre. This collaboration will further grow Eostre’s product range and customer base globally,” said Eostre Berhad General Manager, Ms. Low Kah Fong.

“We anticipate both companies will jointly expand the awareness and demand for the Hayes range of premium sanitary napkins. This is also seen as being in line with Eostre’s vision of becoming an international brand with world-leading innovative healthcare products,” said Ms. Low.


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45% of Unvaccinated Americans Say They Will Definitely Not Get the Vaccine

Forty-five percent of the Americans who have not been inoculated with COVID-19 vaccines say they definitely do not have any plans to get the shots, according to a new poll.

Another 35% are a little less sure and say they will probably not get the vaccines, the survey, conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research said.

Meanwhile, 3% of those polled said they would definitely get the shots, while 16% say they would probably get the vaccines.

In addition, 64% of the unvaccinated Americans who participated in the survey told the pollsters that they had little to no confidence that the vaccines are effective against the COVID-19 variants, including the highly transmissible delta variant. Eighty-six percent of those vaccinated believe the vaccines work.

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky recently called the current U.S. surge in cases “a pandemic of the unvaccinated” because nearly all current patients and those who have recently died from the coronavirus are unvaccinated.

Kay Ivey, the governor of Alabama, says it is “time to start blaming the unvaccinated folks” for the current surge in cases. The Republican governor said the vaccines are “the greatest weapon we have to fight COVID.” She said the unvaccinated “are letting us down.”

The European Union’s main drug regulator has given its nod for the use of the Moderna vaccine for use in children 12-17 years old. The Moderna vaccine is already authorized for people 18 and older. The European Medicines Agency said in a statement that the protocol for the use of the vaccine with children would be the same as with adults — “two injections in the muscles of the upper arm, four weeks apart.” The European Commission must give the final approval.

Thousands of people have staged an anti-lockdown rally in Sydney, Australia, in defiance of the city’s stay-home order to curb a COVID-19 outbreak. The Associated Press reported that “mounted police and riot officers” were on the scene and several demonstrators were arrested. AP reported that New South Wales police said the demonstration was a breach of public health orders.

Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center reported early Saturday that there are more than 193 million confirmed global COVID cases with more than 4 million deaths.

Source: Voice of America

Protesters Opposed to COVID-19 Measures Clash With Police in Paris

PARIS – French anti-riot police fired tear gas Saturday as clashes erupted during protests in central Paris against COVID-19 restrictions and a vaccination campaign, television reported.

Police sought to push back demonstrators near the capital’s Gare Saint-Lazare railway station after protesters had knocked over a police motorbike ridden by two officers, television pictures showed.

Images showed a heavy police presence on the capital’s streets. Scuffles between police and demonstrators also broke out on the Champs-Elysees thoroughfare, where tear gas was fired and traffic was halted, the pictures showed.

Opposition to ‘dictatorship’

At another protest called by far-right politicians in west Paris, demonstrators opposed to anti-coronavirus measures carried banners reading “Stop the dictatorship.”

Across France, protests were planned in cities including Marseille, Montpellier, Nantes and Toulouse.

An official with France’s interior ministry said 161,000 people had demonstrated across the country on Saturday, up from 114,000 a week earlier.

French lawmakers are due to vote this weekend on a bill drafted by the government aimed at setting up a health pass and mandatory vaccination for health workers.

Source: Voice of America

Upper Canada Mining announces Mr. James Beals as Interim Chairman and CEO

CALGARY, Alberta, July 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Management and Directors of Upper Canada Mining Inc (UCM), a private Canadian company in the business of mining, exploration and production, primarily in gold and silver, are pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. James Beals as Interim Chairman and CEO effective immediately.As Interim Chairman and CEO, Mr. Beals will be overseeing all aspects of operations of the company. Mr. Beals has been acting in the capacity of Vice President and Chief Operating Officer and will succeed James Crawford and Paul Haber who have left the company through mutual agreement to pursue other interests. Management was quoted as saying, “We are sad to see these two highly valued and professional individuals part company with us and we wish them both the utmost success in their respective future undertakings.”

Management was also quoted as saying, “We are looking forward to working with Mr. Beals in this role as we have known and worked with him previously and always found him to be a dedicated professional who is committed and diligent in all his endeavours.”

Mr. Beals brings over 30 years of experience in High Tech and Telecommunications consulting. In addition, he has over 15 years of management consulting experience. He has held positions in administration and management, and financial consulting. He has worked with two of the largest technology companies (Dell, HP) prior to making his career change to financial/investment management, business consulting and technology integration. He has held licenses in the insurance and financial consulting industries in Ontario and is a graduate of Algonquin College in Ottawa, Canada, in Electronics Engineering Technology.

He is currently Chairman of his own international private management consultancy, The Dunn Group, where he is involved in a number of consulting projects ranging from technology to minerals & mining to sales & marketing to finance and international trade. From that role he brings a wealth of both technology experience and management & financial consulting experience as well as a substantial network of contacts in the sales & marketing and financial sectors.

His relationship with the resources industry goes back to the days of his father who was an executive and manager for many years working with INCO and Sherritt International. His interests in, and experience with, the Canadian natural resources industry continues to this day culminating in this most recent appointment.

Management went on to say, “Mr. Beals is an experienced executive manager and leader and we are looking forward to his continued contribution to the company in this capacity.”

About Upper Canada Mining Inc.
Upper Canada Mining is a private company incorporated and registered in Canada that is in the business of mining, exploration and production, primarily in gold and silver.
UCM recently executed an Option Agreement with Strategic Metals and is focused on the Mt. Hinton project in Yukon Territory.

For further information and updates contact:
Investor Relations: Christina Rao, VP IR, 604-723-7480