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At Toronto's NUINSCO RESOURCES two top executives have switched roles. Warren Holmes was named Chairman and Rene Ga...


At Toronto’s NUINSCO RESOURCES two top executives have switched roles. Warren Holmes was named Chairman and Rene Galipeau moved from that position into the CEO’s job.

Canada’s Jack McOuat has resigned from the board of DIAMOND FIELDS INTERNATIONAL of South Africa. He had been a board member for two years.

CUSAC GOLD MINES of Vancouver has hired key production personnel for its Table Mountain mine, which recently went into production. Kevin Fitzpatrick is the mine manager and Colin Craft is the mill superintendent.

Toronto-based MIDLANDS MINERALS has appointed Marc Boisvert to the position of VP exploration and Isaac Adjovu to the job of regional exploration manager. The company’s primary focus is on gold projects in Tanzania and Ghana.

Bruce Jago has been named VP exploration at WALLBRIDGE MINING of Toronto. He will focus on five new areas of mineralization identified on the company’s Sudbury footwall property. Jago is a University of Toronto graduate with a doctorate in Geology, and a former employee of Inco and SGS Lakefield.

ST ANDREW GOLDFIELDS has named William J. Burnett the manager of its Nixon Fork gold mine in Alaska. Production is planned to start the third quarter of this year.


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