After market close in Canada, Golden Dawn Minerals Inc. announced to strengthen its management team by the appointment of the following 3 mining professionals to its management team.
Peter Cooper (Licensed Geologist) has agreed to provide geological consulting services to Golden Dawn Minerals. He has 41 years’ experience in the mineral exploration and mining business, working primarily for major producers in Canada and the US. He has spent the better part of the past 20 years working in the Republic Gold District of northeastern Washington State and southern BC. Since 2007, he was Chief Geologist and subsequently Manager of Operations Strategy for Kinross Gold’s Kettle River Operations, located 40 km south of Golden Dawn Minerals’s Greenwood Precious Metal Project.
Mr. Cooper has participated in 3 successful new gold mine start-ups, including Kinross’ prolific Buckhorn Mine, located 20 km southwest of Golden Dawn Minerals´ Lexington Mine, where he played a significant role in pre-production exploration and development. Golden Dawn Minerals welcomes Mr. Cooper and the extensive experience he brings in developing and bringing mines into production.
Golden Dawn Minerals also welcomes Dr. Serguei Soloviev (P.Geo.) as Consulting Geologist. He is a Professional Geologist with more than 35 years’ exploration experience in Canada and abroad. He was most recently with Rio Tinto Exploration (“RTX”), where he served as Chief Geologist for Russian operations from 2010 to 2016. Prior to RTX, he was involved in the exploration and development of mainly copper-gold porphyry, intrusion-related and orogenic gold deposits, with a number of major and mid-tier gold and copper producers.
From 2006 to 2008, Dr. Soloviev was involved in the exploration of gold and copper deposits in British Columbia and Yukon, including Harper Creek and Skukum Creek. In 2000-2005, he was the Chief Geologist and a board member for Chapleau Resources Ltd., where he oversaw a number of exploration projects in British Columbia, Yukon, and Alaska. Dr. Soloviev is a registered Professional Geologist in BC and Alberta, and is a member of the Society of Economic Geologists (USA). He has published over 50 technical papers in leading peer-reviewed journals.
Golden Dawn Minerals is also pleased to welcome Diana Mark, who has been appointed Vice-President, Corporate Affairs. She has been providing consulting services to Golden Dawn Minerals since January 2017, and effective December 1, 2017 has agreed to assume the position of Vice-President, Corporate Affairs. Mrs. Mark has over 25 years’ experience in corporate and regulatory compliance, specifically relating to the mining industry. She has served as an officer for a variety of public companies and has been extensively involved in facilitating the raising of millions of dollars in financing capital for public companies. She has also been involved in land management for mineral properties in British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec and has experience working with various government agencies in relation to the mining industry.
The dewatering of the Lexington Underground Mine is almost complete. Below graphic as of November 22 shows the progress since the start of dewatering on October 21.
The pictures in the following video are from November 18 whereas the videos were recorded on November 24:
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Report #19: “New Drill Results from Golden Crown Show New Potentials“ (November 5, 2017)
Report #18: “High-Grade Gold and Copper Drill Results Near Surface at Golden Crown“ (November 1, 2017)
Report #17: “Rapid Progress with the Reactivation of Mine and Mill“ (October 25, 2017)
Report #16: “Dewatering Start! Gold Production Expected in Novembert“ (August 22, 2017)
Report #15: “Golden Dawn receives Mine and Mill Permits and Rockstone publishes a Site Visit Report“ (June 21, 2017)
Report #14: “Golden Dawn Minerals getting increasingly attractive with latest acquisition plans“ (June 6, 2017)
Report #13: “Golden Dawn in the spotlight of the press “ (February 9, 2017)
Report #12: “Gold and Gold Stocks: The Best Hedge Against Trump and Other Uncertainties“ (January 31, 2017)
Report #11: “Golden Dawn Discovers New Prospect For A Possible World-Class Deposit“ (January 26, 2017)
Report #10: “Golden Dawn discovers 10 g/t gold over 15 m at surface and delivers top results from the underground“
Report #9: “Golden Dawn passed environmental and safety inspection, provides progress report on Greenwood projects“
Report #8: “Coverage on Golden Dawn"
Report #7: “Golden Dawn Minerals: B.C.´s next powerhouse gold miner?“
Report #6: “Golden Dawn acquires several major past producing mines and becomes largest land holder in the Greenwood District next to Kinross“
Report #5: “Golden Dawn moving rapidly toward renewed operation“
Report #4: “Starting Shot for the May Mac Mine“
Report #3: “Ascend from explorer to producer secured: A Just-in-Time success story par excellence “
Report #2: “Golden Dawn secures funding to go into gold production in BC “
Report #1: “Perfect timing to go into gold production in British Columbia“
Disclaimer: Please read the full disclaimer within the full research report as a PDF (here) as fundamental risks and conflicts of interest exist. The author holds a long position in Golden Dawn Minerals Inc. and is being paid a monthly retainer from Zimtu Capital Corp., which company also holds a long position in Golden Dawn Minerals Inc. Cautionary Statement: The June-2017-PEA is preliminary in nature and it includes Inferred Mineral Resources that are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as Mineral Reserves. Mineral resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. There is no certainty that the PEA will be realized. Golden Dawn Minerals Inc. (the "Company") would like to clarify that its decision to proceed to extract mineralized material from the Lexington, Golden Crown and May Mac mines for processing at its facility located at the Greenwood Precious Metals Project was not based on a Feasibility Study. The Company cautions that, in such cases, there is increased uncertainty and higher economic and technical risks of failure. The Company notes that, since the mining and processing infrastructure is in place, it intends to proceed to trial mining and processing on the basis of Mineral Resource Estimates and the Preliminary Economic Assessment.