Jourdan Resources
Source: Jourdan Resources.
  • Jourdan Resources (JOR) appointed Robert Bryce to the board of directors, effective immediately
  • Robert Bryce has more than 50 years of practical and executive mining experience
  • He has served as a director of several publicly listed junior resource companies
  • Jourdan Resources Inc is an exploration-stage mining company focused on acquiring and exploring mining properties in Canada
  • Jourdan Resources Inc. (JOR) opened trading at C$0.065

 Jourdan Resources (JOR) appointed Robert Bryce to the board of directors, effective immediately.

Robert Bryce is a graduate of the University of Toronto (BASc. Mining Engineering) and the University of Western Ontario (MBA) with more than 50 years of practical and executive mining experience.

From 1975 to 1990, he led the Selbaie project from advanced exploration through feasibility to a 7,500 t.p.d. producing mine. From 1990 to 1994, he was VPMining for Aur Resources, where he led the development of the 4,000 t.p.d. Louvicourt Cu-Zn-Au-Ag mine near Val d’Or, Quebec. Mr. Bryce founded Xemac Resources in 1996 and presided over the company until 2007.

He has served as a director of several publicly listed junior resource companies and as a technical advisor to others.

The appointment of Mr. Bryce follows the resignation of Mr. Blake Hylands, a long-time director of the company. 

Jourdan Resources Inc is an exploration-stage mining company focused on acquiring and exploring mining properties in lithium and other minerals.

Jourdan Resources Inc. (JOR) opened trading at C$0.065.


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