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MINING PEOPLE: Anaconda Mining, Denison, Kirkland Lake Gold, and Noble Mineral



Kevin Bullock

Anaconda Mining of Toronto announced that Dustin Angelo has stepped down from his duties as president and a director of the company. The roles of president and CEO are now combined with Kevin Bullock taking on those duties. Bullock was most recently the CEO of Mako Mining and a director of B2Gold.

The new VP of operations at Denison Mines Corp. in Toronto is David Bronkhorst. Most recently he held the position of VP mining, projects and technology at Cameco Corp. He will work from the company’s Saskatoon, Sask., office overseeing development of the Wheeler River in situ uranium project.

Toronto-based Kirkland Lake Gold has named Elizabeth Lewis-Gray to its board of directors. Since 1996, she has been the co-founder, managing director and the chair of Gekko Systems.

Noble Mineral Exploration of Toronto is creating a new company to be known as Canada Nickel Company to hold a 100% interest in the Crawford nickel-cobalt project near Timmins, Ont. Mark Selby, former president and CEO of RNC  Minerals, has been chosen as the chair and CEO of the new company.