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  • Quebec Nickel Corp. (QNI) has appointed Messrs. Glenn Mullan, David Gower and Daniel Schieber to its Advisory Board
  • Glenn Mullan serves as the founder, and President/CEO of Golden Valley Mines Ltd. and Executive Chair of Abitibi Royalties Inc. Glenn’s guidance on the pathway to production will be invaluable for Quebec Nickel
  • David Gower, P. Geo, has over 20 years of experience in exploration with Falconbridge, most recently as Director of Global Nickel and PGM exploration
  • Daniel Schieber established his career in metals and mining finance as an analyst for the Stabilitas Group of Funds in 2005
  • Quebec Nickel also announces it has retained Sandra D’Angelo to provide marketing, investor relations and other corporate advisory services
  • Quebec Nickel Corp is up 81.82 per cent and is trading at C$0.20 at 1:26 pm ET

Quebec Nickel (QNI) has appointed Messrs. Glenn Mullan, David Gower and Daniel Schieber to its Advisory Board.

Glenn Mullan serves as the founder, and President/CEO of Golden Valley Mines Ltd. and Executive Chair of Abitibi Royalties Inc., both based in Val-D’Or, QC where his main area of interest continues to be grassroots early-stage exploration, primarily for precious and base metals, and energy minerals in Canada and abroad.

Glenn’s guidance on the pathway to production will be invaluable for Quebec Nickel.

David Gower, P. Geo, has over 20 years of experience in exploration with Falconbridge, most recently as Director of Global Nickel and PGM exploration. David was a member of the Senior Operating Team for mining projects with Falconbridge.

As a Nickel developer, David has led exploration teams that have made significant brownfield discoveries at Raglan, Sudbury, and Matagami, as well as major greenfield discoveries at Araguaia and Amazonas in Brazil, and Kabanga in Tanzania.

Daniel Schieber established his career in metals and mining finance as an analyst for the Stabilitas Group of Funds in 2005. In 2009, he co-founded Euroscandic International Group where he raised upwards of $360M in project financing for specific development projects in the mining sector.

In 2011-2015, he pivoted to Canadian-based farmland investments, where he became Chief Investment Officer at Dynamis Capital Corp., which focuses on long-term, recession-proof investments with an emphasis on gold and silver. Schieber is CEO and Director of GoldHaven Resources Corp.

David Patterson, CEO of Quebec Nickel stated,

“We are so pleased to have these high impact advisors to help guide the company. Glenn, David and Daniel joining the Quebec Nickel team brings industry specific knowledge and expertise that is hard to duplicate.”

Quebec Nickel also announces it has retained Sandra D’Angelo through 2267013 Ontario Inc., an arm’s length advisory and consulting services firm to provide the company with a range of services including marketing, investor relations and other corporate advisory services as may be requested by the company from time to time. 

Additionally, Quebec Nickel announces the granting of 3,400,000 incentive stock options to certain directors, officers, employees, and consultants of the company at an exercise price of $0.11 in accordance with its 10 per cent rolling incentive stock option plan.

Quebec Nickel Corp. is a mineral exploration company focused on acquiring, exploring, and developing nickel projects in Quebec, Canada. 

Quebec Nickel Corp is up 81.82 per cent and is trading at C$0.20 at 1:26 pm ET.

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