Canadian Mining Journal

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People (September 01, 2002)

Dianor Resources Inc. of Laval, Qu., has elected a new board of directors, following the mailing of a dissident information circular by Pronor Solicitation Inc. The new board consists of Daniel Duval...


Dianor Resources Inc. of Laval, Qu., has elected a new board of directors, following the mailing of a dissident information circular by Pronor Solicitation Inc. The new board consists of Daniel Duval (also chair), John Ryder (also president and CEO), Jules Dionne, Christian D’Amours and Pierre Paquet. Alain Vzina was appointed vice-president, investor relations. Dianor is an innovative exploration company focused on diamond exploration in the James Bay region of Qubec, and has the second largest land holding for diamonds in the region.

Allan Miller has been appointed vice-president, geology of Ungava Minerals Corp., based in Toronto. In 1970, Miller mapped and drilled magmatic sulphide deposits at the Raglan property, near the company’s Ungava property, as a basis for his PhD thesis. He subsequently had a 25-year career with the Geological Survey of Canada, and has been a consulting geologist since 1997. His appointment strengthens the company’s management capabilities as he has extensive expertise in the mineralization of the Ungava Trough region of northern Qubec.

Ste-Foy, Qu.-based Robex Resources Inc. has elected Stewart Robertson as vice-president. Robertson is a lawyer in Trenton, Ont., and has been a director of the company for several years. Over the past months he authored two agreements that were signed with major gold producers for site visits to the company’s Diangounte property in Mali, West Africa. The property contains an inferred resource of 879,108 ounces of gold. Charles Bouffard, a retired stockbroker, has been engaged as a non-exclusive consultant to provide information about Robex to shareholders.

Gold Hawk Resources Inc. of Montral, Qu., has appointed Edward Colt and Richard Oldrich to its board of directors. Colt is vice-president finance, CFO and corporate secretary of Meridian Gold Inc. in Reno, Nev., while Oldrich is a consultant in the field of management and is also involved in financial ventures and growth. Meridian and Gold Hawk reached an agreement on March 25, 2002, by which Meridian can buy, by steps, up to 26 million treasury shares of Gold Hawk at a unit price of $0.20 over a maximum period of two years. At the time of the agreement, Gold Hawk had 25.3 million outstanding shares.

Marc Bardoux has been appointed as president and CEO of Montral-based Goldsat Mining Inc. Bardoux has more than 20 years of experience in all technical aspects of exploration for base metal and gold deposits worldwide. He is the founder and president of Rheos Consulting Inc., and an associate professor at the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences of l’Universit du Qubec Montral.


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