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Guyana Goldfields COO Resigns

Guyana Goldfields Inc. (GUY.TO) said Monday that its President and Chief Operating Officer, Claude Lemasson, has resigned effective April 9, 2012. He has also resigned as Director of the Board effective immediately.

The company said that the CEO of the company, Patrick Sheridan Jr., will replace Lemasson temporarily till a successor is appointed. The company has also added Jean-Pierre Chauvin to the Board of Directors.

Guyana Goldfields noted that it has started to assemble a team for the construction of the Aurora Gold Project.

by RTT Staff Writer

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