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2010-12-06 08:30:00

TSX.V: TUwww.tigrisuranium.com VANCOUVER, Dec. 6 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Tigris Uranium Corp. (TSX.V: TU) ("Tigris" or the" Company") announces it is accelerating its property review and acquisition program as a result of the recent landmark U. S. Supreme Court rulings which laid the groundwork for the resumption of uranium activities in New Mexico.  New Mexico has been the most prolific historic uranium producer in the United States, and is well-known for some of the...

2010-10-07 09:00:00

TSX.V: TU www.tigrisuranium.com VANCOUVER, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Tigris Uranium Corp. (TSX.V: TU) ("Tigris" or the" Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Gordon Peake, CPL as Director of Lands and Mr. Ron Driscoll as Manager, Corporate Assets to further the Company's expertise in the areas of uranium permitting, property acquisitions and land management. Mr. Gordon R. Peake, CPL Director of Lands Mr. Peake previously served as Vice-President...

2010-09-22 05:35:00

TSX.V: TU www.tigrisuranium.com VANCOUVER, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - Tigris Uranium Corp. (TSX.V: TU) ("Tigris" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. William M. Sheriff as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors. William M. Sheriff Mr. Sheriff co-founded and served as Director and Chairman of Energy Metals Corporation, formerly a public uranium company listed on the NYSE Arca and the TSX which was acquired by Uranium One for $1.8 billion in 2007....

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