February 7, 2024 Trading Symbol – CSE: SLZ
Vancouver, British Columbia-(February 7, 2024) Slave Lake Zinc Corp. (the “Company”) (CSE: SLZ) is excited to introduce Heath Ellingham as a new Director and to assume the role of CFO.
A new year moving forward for Slave Lake Zinc. We would like to thank Peter Cummings for his role as a founder and assuming the role of CFO of Slave Lake Zinc from inception of our project.
Slave Lake Zinc is honoured to be able to announce the addition of Mr. Heath Ellingham in the position of CFO and director replacing Mr. Cummings.
Born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, Heath Ellingham reaped a successful career in commercial real estate prior to embarking on entrepreneurial pursuits. For over 35-years, He has successfully directed and advised public and private companies in securing debt and equity financings as well as mergers and acquisitions. Heath has extensive International experience negotiating and acquiring high valued assets in the biotech, oil and gas, and mining sectors, and is best known for his strong mediation and conflict resolution skills. Heath is currently a founding director of Lift Resources Ltd, a privately held incubator company that currently holds oil and gas concessions in Puntland and Libya
With the addition of Mr. Ellingham to the role of CFO and as director of the company Slave Lake Zinc has tapped into a talented individual with substantial resource exploration experience who can help structure our goals and offer a much deeper level of advice for the company.
CEO Ritch Wigham stated:
“I not only look forward to working with Mr. Ellingham but am excited at how this addition to our management team will strengthen the overall ability of the board to accomplish our goals moving forward with our O’Connor Lake project. Mr. Ellingham brings many years of experience in the junior exploration markets that will be of benefit to the company and the shareholders of Slave Lake Zinc.”
About Slave Lake Zinc
Slave Lake Zinc Corp. is a company that aims to unlock the potential of its O’Connor Lake property, a historic site rich in zinc, lead, and copper, situated in Canada’s Northwest Territories. This property, found to the south of the Great Slave Lake and east of the Pine Point project, was initially developed post-World War II. However, it was abandoned in 1952 due to the collapse of zinc and lead prices after the war. Slave Lake Zinc Corp. is confident in its abilities to progress this project and significantly enhance the historic potential of the property. More information is available at www.zinccorp.ca.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors,
Slave Lake Zinc Corp.
Ritch Wigham CEO & Director
Email: [email protected]
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