Alphamin Resources of Vancouver has named Charles Needham chairman and non-executive director. As well, Bruce Curling has been appointed CEO of the company. The two bring executive and project management expertise, respectively, to the company as it advances its Bisie tin project in Democratic Republic of Congo.
The new chairman of Toronto-based Castle Mountain Mining Co. is Mark Wayne, a member of the company’s board and chairman of Alamos Gold. Former chairman Robert Buchan resigned.
Discovery Ventures of Vancouver has hired Vanessa Freberg as community engagement manager for the WillaMAX project. She will be a primary point of contact for communities and First Nations in both the Will and MAX project sites. Freberg is a native of Revelstoke, BC, and previously worked at the MAX molybdenum mine.
Following the recent closing of a private placement, Vancouver-based International Northair Mines has named Andrea Zaradic president, CEO and a director. Fred Hewett, who had been president and CEO since 1998 is retiring but will retain an advisory role with the company.
Richard J. Hall is the new chairman of Vancouver’s Klondex Mines. He is a seasoned mining executive with over 40 years of experience in the Americas and Australia. He also serves on the boards of IamGold and Kaminak Gold.
Quest Rare Minerals of Toronto has named Pierre Lortie its new chairman following the resignation of Robert Leclerc. Lortie is a senior business advisor at Dentons, an international law firm, having previously been president and COO of several Bombardier business units.