- CanAlaska has appointed Karen Lloyd and Geoff Gay to its board of directors and Shane Shircliff to its advisory board.
- The new appointments bring years of experience in the mining and investment sectors, a significant addition to the CanAlaska team
- CanAlaska Uranium Ltd is engaged in the exploration of uranium, nickel, gold, and diamond properties
- CanAlaska Uranium (CCV) is up 4.26 per cent, trading at $0.49 per share
CanAlaska Uranium (CCV) has appointed two new members to its board of directors and one new advisory board member.
The new director appointments are Karen Lloyd and Geoff Gay, who bring with them years of experience in mining and investments.
Ms. Lloyd has a strong background in mining, telecommunications, online payments, executive training, and banking. Most recently, she was appointed COO of Kreos Aviation, where she oversees asset management, operations and maintenance, marketing and sales, and business development.
Mr. Gay currently serves as CEO of Athabasca Basin Development, an Indigenous-owned investment company based in Saskatchewan. There, he leads the company in long-term strategic planning and evaluates new investment opportunities.
In addition to its board of director appointments, CanAlaska has announced the appointment of Shane Shircliff to the advisory board.
Mr. Shircliff has over twenty years of experience in senior management roles, including direct involvement with developing resource projects in lithium, uranium, gold, silver, industrial metals, and diamonds, as well as in the oil and gas industry.
Cory Belyk, CEO of CanAlaska, commented on the new appointments.
“On behalf of the Board, it is my pleasure to welcome Karen, Geoff and Shane to the CanAlaska team,” he said.
“Each bring a depth of local and global knowledge across a multitude of industries, which will assist CanAlaska along its journey to discover the carbon-free energy sources that are now in demand world-wide.”
CanAlaska Uranium Ltd is engaged in the exploration of uranium, nickel, gold, and diamond properties.
The company holds interests in approximately 214,000 hectares in Canada’s Athabasca Basin.
CanAlaska Uranium (CCV) is up 4.26 per cent, trading at $0.49 per share as of 3:59 pm ET.