Vancouver, British Columbia: Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX-V: CXB) (the “Company” or “Calibre”) today announced that all resolutions were passed by the requisite majority at its annual general meeting (“AGM”) held in Vancouver, British Columbia on May 31, 2017. PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, Chartered Accountants were re-appointed as auditors of the Company for the ensuing year.
All of the matters submitted to the shareholders for approval including a new Long-Term Incentive Plan as set out in the Company’s notice of meeting and information circular dated April 26, 2017, were approved by the requisite majority of votes cast at the AGM.
Shareholders voted in favour of setting the number of directors at eight and the following incumbent directors were re-elected: Gregory Smith, George Salamis, Edward Farrauto, Hon. John D. Reynolds, Douglas B. Forster, Blayne Johnson, Julie A. Lassonde, and Douglas Hurst.
Following the AGM, the board of directors re-appointed Gregory Smith as President and CEO and Kristian Dagsaan as CFO and Corporate Secretary.
About Calibre Mining Corp.
Calibre owns a 100% interest in over 413 km2 of mineral concessions in the Mining Triangle of Northeast Nicaragua including the Primavera Gold-Copper Project and Santa Maria Gold Project. Additionally, the Company has optioned to IAMGOLD (176 km2) and Centerra Gold (253 km2) concessions covering an aggregate area of 429 km2 and is party to a joint venture on the 33.6 km2 Rosita D gold-copper-silver project with Rosita Mining Corporation. Major shareholders of Calibre include gold producer B2Gold Corp, Pierre Lassonde, and management.
Calibre Mining Corp.
Greg Smith, P.Geo.
President and CEO
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