Montana Gold Appoints Two Directors, Adopts Governance Policies & Grants Incentive Options
March 28, 2011
London, Ontario – Montana Gold Mining Company Inc. (“MGM” or the “Company”) (CNSX Symbol: MGM) has appointed Paul Teodorovici and John Wozny, MA to the MGM board of directors. The Company also adopted board policies related to governance and granted incentive stock options.
Paul V. Teodorovici has served as a board member or consultant to mineral exploration or industrial companies listed on a number of Canadian stock exchanges over the past 25 years. Mr. Teodorovici is a property management consultant in Montreal and also serves as an independent director of RX Exploration Inc. listed on the TSX-Venture.
John R. Wozny, MA brings a diverse academic background to the board. Mr. Wozny is a professional psychologist currently conducting research at the University of Lethbridge, AB. Mr. Wozny has previously served as a director of mining companies listed on the Vancouver Stock Exchange and the Toronto Stock Exchange.
The board also approved a Mandate and Charter of the Board along with a Communications and Disclosure Policy as part of its governance practice. A total of 1,650,000 incentive stock options were granted to directors, employees or consultants of the Company exercisable into common shares at an exercise price of $0.26 over a term of five years. The stock options are granted pursuant to the Company Stock Option Plan and are subject to any necessary regulatory or stock exchange requirements.
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Edward (Ted) Ellwood, MBA
President & CEO
Montana Gold Mining Company Inc. is a reporting issuer in good standing in the Province of Ontario whose common shares are listed on CNSX (Symbol: MGM). There are 19,919,484 common shares issued and outstanding in the capital of the Company.
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