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Garett Macdonald, a veteran of Ontarios gold mines, Albertas oil sands and the BC coal fields, has been appoint V...


Garett Macdonald, a veteran of Ontarios gold mines, Albertas oil sands and the BC coal fields, has been appoint VP operations at Sudbury-based CANADIAN ARROW MINES. He graduated from Laurentian University.

Toronto-based CRYSTALLEX INTERNATIONAL has named Robert Crombie its new senior VP of corporate development. He has been with the company since 2002.

Scott Hand has will stand for election to the board of Vancouver-based FRONTEER DEVELOPMENT at the companys annual general meeting in May. Hand was chairman and CEO of Inco Ltd. until his retirement in January 2007. He holds a BA from Hamilton College and a law degree from Cornell University.

Vancouvers GALORE RESOURCES has appointed a new VP exploration and acquisitions, Uwe Schmidt, to oversee work at the Prosperity and Bralorne projects. He is a University of British Columbia alumnus.

George Walter Sanders has moved into the role of president as well as director at GOLDCLIFF RESOURCE CORP. of Vancouver.

SOHO RESOURCES of Vancouver has invited Art Freeze to become a director. He is also president of Stillwater Enterprises and the primary consulting geologist for Goldcorp.

Vancouvers URACAN RESOURCES has hired Tom Garagan as VP exploration. He was at Bema Gold for the previous 15 years.

URANERZ ENERGY has named Glenda Thomas the new general manager of production at its operations in Casper, Wyoming. She started her career at Camecos Key Lake uranium mill in Saskatchewan as that mill was being readied to treat ore from the McArthur River mine. She then migrated to Wyoming to work at FMCs Granger mine and as manager of its sodium bicarbonate plant at the Trona mine.


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