Cleghorn Minerals Gives Corporate Update Following AGM
31 OCTOBER 2017
Val-d'Or, Québec – October 31, 2017 – Cleghorn Minerals Ltd. ("Cleghorn") announces results from its annual general shareholder meeting held on Friday, October 20, 2017.
At the meeting, shareholders re-elected incumbent directors Glenn J. Mullan (President, Chief Executive Officer and Corporate Secretary), Joseph Groia and Andrew T. Pepper, re-appointed incumbent auditor, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton LLP, and gave annual approval to Cleghorn's 10% rolling stock option incentive plan as required by the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange.
Dr. C. Jens Zinke, who served as a director of Cleghorn since its incorporation in February 2010, did not stand for re-election as a director at the October 20th annual general meeting. Cleghorn's Board of Directors extends thanks to Dr. Zinke for his past contributions to Cleghorn during his term as a director.
Cleghorn's Board of Directors also announces that Isabelle Gauthier has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer, replacing Dr. Zinke who previously served as Cleghorn's Chief Financial Officer. Cleghorn's common shares now trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under symbol 'CZZ'.
About Cleghorn Minerals Ltd.:
Cleghorn is a junior mineral exploration company with a 100% interest in the Meech Lake - Matachewan Prospect, a property located in northeastern Ontario, subject to an aggregate 3.5% NSR. Cleghorn is continuing due diligence on several property opportunities, both in Canada and located in international jurisdictions, and will provide additional information should the examinations lead to favourable conclusions and affordable
For additional information, please contact:
Glenn J. Mullan, President & Chief Executive Officer
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