Frequently Asked Questions

When will NAPEC’s next results be announced?

Annual Financial Statements 2016: March 29, 2017

To the extent possible, announcements of results are released before markets open or after the previous day’s close.

What is NAPEC’s year end?
NAPEC’s financial year ends on December 31.
How can I obtain a copy of NAPEC’s Annual Report and other financial documents?

The Annual Report for the previous financial year and other financial documents of the Corporation are available on our website. For a printed copy, contact us at:

Investor Relations
1975 J.B. Michaud Street
Drummondville, (Québec)
J2C 0H2

How many NAPEC shares are outstanding?
As of September 30, 2016, the total number of the Corporation’s shares outstanding was 79,866,475. In addition, 1,985,549 share purchase options and 8,333,334  common share purchase warrants were outstanding, of which 1,162,237 and 8,333,334 were exercisable.
On what exchange and under what symbol are NAPEC shares traded?
NAPEC shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the symbol NPC.
Where can I buy and sell NAPEC shares?

NAPEC shares must be purchased and sold through a securities dealer, bank or other financial institution offering securities brokerage services.

NAPEC does not sell shares directly to investors.

What is the most recent NAPEC share price? Where can I find its share prices?
Prices (high, low, close) and trading volume of NAPEC shares are posted on the Share Price page of our website with a 20-minute delay.
When were NAPEC shares issued?
The common shares of the Corporation (then known as Capital St-Charles) were listed on the TSX Venture Exchange on September 16, 2004 under the symbol CPH.P. On April 22, 2005, following a merger, the Corporation took the name CVTech Group. On the same date it migrated from the TSX Venture Exchange to the Toronto Stock Exchange, where its shares were listed under the symbol CVT. Since September 11, 2014 it has traded under the symbol NPC.
Are NAPEC shares eligible for an RRSP?
What are NAPEC’s criteria for acquisitions?
Target companies must satisfy strict criteria. They must demonstrate an ability to increase shareholder value in the short term, extend our geographical scope, bring complementary services or increase our market penetration.
How can I replace a NAPEC share certificate if it is lost, stolen or destroyed?
In the event of loss, theft or destruction of a NAPEC share certificate, communicate with Computershare Trust Company of Canada at 800-564-6253. A Shareholder Services representative will send you the documentation required for issuance of a replacement certificate. You must also pay a surety bond premium equal to 3% of the market value of the shares represented by the lost certificate or certificates.