- Blue Star Gold (BAU) has appointed Grant Ewing as CEO after Interim CEO, Peter Kuhn, announced that he would be stepping down
- Grant is a professional geologist with over 25 years of mineral experience, and has held a number of senior executive positions
- He previously undertook roles at Rockridge Resources, Acadian Mining, and several other established companies
- Grant will assume the role of CEO on August 17, while Peter will move back to his position at General Manager on the same date
- Blue Star Gold (BAU) is currently steady at C$0.13 per share
Blue Star Gold (BAU) has appointed Grant Ewing as CEO after Interim CEO, Peter Kuhn, announced that he would be stepping down.
Grant is a professional geologist and an accomplished mining executive with a strong technical foundation. He has more than 25 years of experience in the mining sector, 10 of which have been spent in senior executive positions.
With a broad range of experience across the entire mine development cycle, from early-stage exploration to production, Grant’s knowledge base covers a wide variety of commodities.
In addition, he has strong industry connections, as well as a proven track record in corporate development, investor relations, mergers and acquisitions, and capital markets.
Grant has held positions at a number of established companies, including Rockridge Resources, Acadian Mining, and several others.
Robert Metcalfe, Chairman of Blue Star Gold, commented on Grant’s appointment.
“We welcome Mr. Ewing to our company and believe his leadership will assist Blue Star Gold in achieving its ambitious plans over the next few years.
“The Board of Directors would like to extend its appreciation and acknowledge the valuable contributions of Mr. Kuhn during the transition period as Interim CEO,” he added.
Grant will assume his position as CEO on August 17 this year, while Peter will move back to his original role as General Manager on the same date.
Blue Star Gold is currently engaged in a 7,000 metre exploration drilling program at its Ulu and Hood River projects in Nunavut, with a total of 4,700 metres completed to date.
The company announced the addition of a second drill rig on July 22, focused on identifying further gold mineralisation at the Flood Zone, as well as at the Gnu Zone later on in the program.
Blue Star Gold (BAU) is currently steady at C$0.13 per share at 10:20am EDT.