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MINING PEOPLE: Atlas Copco, Belmont Resources, Caledonia Mining, Copper North, Karnalyte Resources, and Royal Nickel

Michael Marion and Cormac Kerins have been appointed to new positions with Atlas Copco Portable Energy Canada. Marion has been named national business development manager and Kerins is now the product and business development manager. Marion...


Michael Marion and Cormac Kerins have been appointed to new positions with Atlas Copco Portable Energy Canada. Marion has been named national business development manager and Kerins is now the product and business development manager. Marion will manage the power generation business, which includes both prime power generators and light towers, while Kerins will focus on portable air products, including compressors and boosters as well as pumps.

Sylvain Laberge is the new CEO of Vancouver-based Belmont Resources. He is also president and CEO of Gespeg Copper. Vojtech Agyagos will continue to hold the positions of president and chairman at Belmont.

Toronto’s Caledonia Mining has named Steve Curtis as CEO to replace Stefan Hayden. Curtis was Caledonia’s CFO.

Copper North Mining Corp. has appointed Joseph Ringwald as project manager to oversee all work related to the completion of a new feasibility study for the company’s Carmacks copper-gold-silver project in central Yukon.

Stephen Goodman is the new president and CEO of Karnalyte Resources in Calgary. He has a background in finance.

Royal Nickel Corp. has named Christian Brousseau as project director for its Dumont nickel project near Amos, QC. His experience includes engineering and project management at the Detour Lake gold mine.


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