Red Dragon Resources Corp. (TSXV: DRA) has hired Garnet Dawson as vice-president of exploration.
Dawson is former VP of exploration for EuroZinc Mining Corp.
Red Dragon is a mineral company focused on base/ precious metal and uranium exploration in Canada and China. Its head office is in Vancouver.
Mark Tessier, P.Eng., has joined Aurora Energy Resources Inc. (TSX:AXU) as general manager of mining projects.
Tessier was most recently underground manager at Goldcorp's Red Lake Mine from 2001-2006.
Aurora is a uranium exploration and development company with its head office in Vancouver.
Alma Resources Ltd. (TSXV:ALV) has appointed Jag Bal as president and a director of the company. Bal replaces Lawrence Talbot, who remains a director.
Bal has been a partner of Centerline Capital Corp. since 2003 and is currently president and CEO of Infinity Alliance Ventures Inc.
Based in Vancouver, Alma is seeking to acquire and develop mineral projects in Latin America.
Crosshair Exploration and Mining Corp. (TSXV:CXX) has a new VP of investor relations.
Daniel McIntyre comes from Fronteer Development Group and Aurora Energy Resources Inc. where he was manager of investor relations and corporate communications.
Crosshair is a uranium and gold exploration and development company with projects in Newfoundland and Labrador. Head office is in Vancouver.
WEX Pharmaceuticals Inc. (TSX:WXI) says Bill Chen is resigning as chief financial officer effective Dec. 31 for personal reasons.
Vaughn Balberan, the company's controller, will perform the CFO duties on an acting basis while a replacement is sought.
Based in Vancouver, WEX is focused on drug products to treat pain.
Kirk Henderson has been named interim president of Harmony Airways.
The former Jim Pattison Group vice-chair replaces Gary Collins, who has resigned from the Richmond-based airline but will stay on as a member of the advisory board.
Harmony Airways' core business continues to be vacation destinations, with long-term plans to fly to China.
ACD Systems International Inc. (TSX:ASA) says James Latham has reversed gears from VP of marketing to marketing strategy consultant. ACD says this transition back to the role in which he initially served follows the development of the company's marketing team, reducing the need for Latham's full-time commitment.
Headquartered in Saanichton, ACD develops and markets digital imaging software.
DiscFactories Corp. (TSXV:DSK) has appointed Anthony Garson, a director of the company, to the positions of president and CEO. He was previously president, CEO and a director of Great China Mining Inc.
The appointment comes as Vancouver-based DiscFactories seeks regulatory approval to move from the TSXV to the CNQ and change its name to Excalibur Resources Ltd.
Todd Stephenson has joined Visiphor Corp. (TSXV:VIS) as senior director of sales. He brings more than 15 years of sales and business development experience in the IT and software industries.
Visiphor also has made two promotions. Stephanie Hayes has been appointed director of consulting services while Steve Hart has been appointed director of engineering.
The two were part of the Sunaptic Solutions Inc.
consulting practice acquired by Visiphor in 2005.
In other company moves, Al Kassam will assume the responsibilities of VP of sales and marketing in addition to his current position as VP of support, and Wayne Smith will assume the role of COO in addition to his role as CFO.
Based in Burnaby, Visiphor sells software products and services that integrate business processes and databases.
Rocco Liscio, CA, has assumed the position of president and CEO of Western Pacific Trust Company (TSXV:WP).
He replaces Victor Lee.
Western Pacific is a non-deposit-taking financial corporation. Its head office is in Vancouver.
Sarah Webster has been promoted to national VP of S.L. Feldman & Associates' (SLFA) music supervision services department.
For the past four years Webster has been the director of the western division, based out of Vancouver.
Established in 1971, SLFA is a talent management agency operating out of Toronto and Vancouver with clients in music, film and television.
Quest Capital Corp. (TSX:QC, AMEX:QCC) says seasoned mortgage banker Kenneth Gordon has joined the company in the newly created role of chief operating officer. Gordon comes with 30+ years of Canadian and international mortgage-lending experience.
Based in Vancouver, Quest is a merchant bank that provides mortgages and bridge loans.
Cumberland Resources Ltd. (TSX:CLG, AMEX:CLG) has added two members to its team preparing the Nunavut Meadowbank gold project.
Ted Rutherglen becomes VP of human resources, health and safety. He comes with more than 20 years of experience in northern communities, most recently as HR manager of Dacro Industries Inc.
Roy Lindsay becomes construction superintendent. He has more than 30 years of operational and construction experience, most recently as superintendent with North American Construction.
Cumberland is a junior miner with head office in Vancouver.
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