The Cortellazzi Consortium

November 10, 2008

Now You See It, Now You Don’t!

The stately building at 1212 Redpath Crescent in Montreal (seen below) has been the focal point for ongoing activities of Mr. Andrea Cortellazzi and his associates for some time. 

1212 Redpath Crescent

Since October 2006, the 1212 Redpath Crescent address has been used in a significant number of US and Canadian government documents.

In October 2006, Mr. Cortellazzi registered 1212 Redpath Crescent with the corporations registry of the Quebec government, this fact was noted in a message board post on 30 March 2007.

The same message board poster added on 3 April 2007 that 1212 Redpath Crescent had been registered with the City of Montreal municipal role for taxation purposes as belonging to Coastal Holdings (COHG).

This City of Montreal registration (seen below) appeared on this blog last October 2007:


According to latest public information, the State of Nevada lists Coastal Holdings (COHG) (a company which the blog made significant observations last year) as an active corporation with an address at 1212 Redpath Crescent:


Notwithstanding last week’s announcement by M45 Mining of Mr. Cortellazzi’s resignation, M45 Mining remains listed with Pink Sheets at 1212 Redpath Crescent.  


Over the last year, Mr. Cortellazzi’s Coastal Holdings has morphed into 2 other business entities which are: Canadian Blue Gold (CBGC) which preceeded Boreal Water Collection (BRWC) as may be seen in this recent Pink Sheets entry for Boreal Water Collection :


However, Nevada corporations registration for Boreal Water Collection (BRWC) still lists Mr. Allain Barriere who was the CEO of previous company Canadian Blue Gold (CBGC) of whom the blog wrote extensively in October last year:


This being said, the blog observed with great interest the recent and subtle change of ownership which now lists Mr. Cortellazzi personally in lieu of Coastal Holdings (COHG) on the latest City of Montreal evaluation of 1212 Redpath Crescent (seen below)


As with all endeavors by Mr. Cortellazzi, things are in a constant state of flux. 

Now You See It, Now You Don’t!


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