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Canada | CFO Moves – week ending January 2, 2015

Tracking CFO Movement Across Canada.

The Westaim Corporation (TSX-V: WED) announced that it has appointed Glenn MacNeil as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. MacNeil has been an officer and served as director for numerous private and publicly-held companies, including: Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of GCAN Insurance Company, at the time a Canadian regulated insurance company subsidiary of Glenstone Capital Inc., from 2008 to 2011; Finance Director of CNA Insurance Company Limited, a European regulated insurance company, from 2004 to 2008; Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President, Canadian Operations of Continental Casualty Company, a Canadian regulated insurance company (also known as CNA Canada), from 1998 to 2004; and Vice President Finance, Canadian Operations of Everest Reinsurance Company and Vice President Finance and Director of Everest Insurance Company of Canada, Canadian regulated reinsurance and insurance companies, from 1988 to 1998.

First Bauxite Corporation (TSX-V: FBX) announced the appointment of Daniel Crandall as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer to replace Carlos Pinglo. Mr. Crandall is a Manager at Marrelli Support Services Inc. Previously, he was a Manager at Collins Barrow Toronto LLP, a public accounting firm where he worked for over five years.

CaNickel Mining Ltd. (TSX-V: CML) announced that James Dai has been appointed to the Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary. Mr. Dai is a current director of the Company and received his Chartered Financial Analyst charter in 2011. Derek Liu has tendered his resignation as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary for personal reasons.

Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corporation (TSX: TNX) announced that Marco Guidi has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer of the Company. Mr. Guidi has provided Corporate Controller accounting and other financial services to the Company for several years and is very familiar with its financial processes and controls. Steven van Tongeren, the Company’s departing CFO, resigned his position as a result of urgent family matters requiring his attention.

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Jeudi 15 Janvier 2015