Canadian Metals Announces the Appointment of Michel Lamontagne as Board Member
November 10, 2015 (Source: Marketwired) — Canadian Metals Inc. (The “Corporation”) (CSE:CME) is pleased to announce that Michel Lamontagne, LL.L, Adm.A., ASC., has joined Canadian Metals as an independent member of its Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Michel Lamontagne is a member of the Quebec Bar (LL.L.), a tax lawyer by training, a member of the Ordre des administrateurs agréés du Quebec (Adm.A.), a graduate of the College des administrateurs de sociétés and a certified corporate director (ASC). Currently, he is active as a corporate director, as a member of Anges Québec, mainly as an investor in small and medium businesses, and as a business consultant.
His professional career has led him from government to entrepreneurship as well as with large businesses and multinationals, and his particular fields of contribution have been in health (pharmaceutical and medical technologies), in finance and academia (governance and infrastructure), in technology (“green” technologies and communication technologies) and in the field of environment (exploitation, conservation and preservation of natural resources).
He has always carried out his professional career in combination with active community involvement in areas mainly affecting business groups, philanthropy, youth, disadvantaged families and the environment.
“As the company prepares to develop its promising project Langis, the great Michel business experience will certainly complement the expertise of the existing team,” commented Stéphane Leblanc, President and CEO of Canadians Metals.”
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Canadian Metals Inc. is focused exclusively on the development of its Langis Project, a high-purity silica deposit located in the province of Quebec. The Company is rapidly positioning itself to eventually become a North American ferrosilicon producer.
For almost a decade, quartz from the Langis quarry has been exported to Europe for ferrosilicon production. Canadian Metals has rapidly built an international management team with local talent with a view to implementing a ferrosilicon plant in Quebec for converting the Langis silica into high grade ferrosilicon. With the goal to create approximately one hundred highly qualified direct jobs and some three hundred indirect jobs, Canadian Metals strongly believes that the Province of Quebec benefits from all of the required infrastructures, including transportation, port facilities, clean and renewable energy source and skilled labor in order to successfully implement this metals and minerals project.
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