Vancouver, British Columbia: Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX-V: CXB) (the “Company” or “Calibre”) provides a corporate update.
The Company announces that effective immediately, Mr. David Heberlein, P.Geo, has resigned from his position as the Company’s Vice-President of Exploration. The Board of Directors and Management of Calibre would like to thank Mr. Heberlein for his past contributions and wishes him success in his future endeavours.
Calibre Mining Corp. is a TSX Venture Exchange listed company (TSX.V: CXB) that is focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of gold and copper deposits. In addition to the on-going exploration programs in Australia, Calibre is continuing to advance the Pt. Leamington gold-zinc massive sulphide deposit in Newfoundland, Canada.
Calibre Mining Corp.
Signed “Robert Brown”
Robert D. Brown, B.Sc., MBA
President and CEO
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