VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Triangle Industries Ltd. (the “Company”) (NEX:TLD.H) announces the resignation of Geoffrey Edwards as a director, Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary of the Company, effective today.  Mr. Edwards has served the Company as a director since 1995, and the Company sincerely thanks him for his many years of service.

The directors have appointed Mr. Lucas Birdsall as a director, Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary of the Company, also effective today.  Mr. Birdsall serves as a director and officer of several public companies, including Phamalogix Investments Corp., where he serves as President, CEO and director, Cameo Resources Corp., where he serves as a director, and Express Capital Corp., where he serves as a director.  Mr. Birdsall is a graduate of the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University.  The Company looks forward to his contributions.

The Company also announces the payment of a bonus to its directors, who have served without compensation since 2010.  The aggregate amount of $60,000 will be paid as a bonus to the directors for their services since that time.  Neil Halldorson, Michael Reimann, Keith Scott and Mr. Edwards will each receive $15,000.  Of that amount, each director will apply $12,500 to the exercise of outstanding options to purchase 100,000 shares, at $0.125 per share.


Neil Halldorson
C.E.O. and Director

For further information, please contact:

Mr. Neil Halldorson
Telephone:  (604) 562 2582

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