NorZinc Welcomes Anita Perry to its Board of Directors
VANCOUVER, Nov. 8, 2018/CNW/ - NorZinc Ltd. (TSX: NZC; OTCQB: NORZF) ("NorZinc" or "the Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Anita Perry to the Company's Board of Directors, effective today.
Anita is currently Vice President of Communications and External Affairs at BP Canada and has held many leadership and public relations roles with corporations, as well as federal and territorial governments. Anita currently leads all external relations and interface strategies for BP in Canada. In 2014, BP expanded her duties to include leading the delivery of key strategic stakeholder activities in support of BP's offshore interests and activities in Atlantic Canada.
Before joining BP Canada, Anita worked with major Canadian corporations leading external communications, public affairs and investor relations communications. Early in her career, Anita worked directly with politicians at the municipal, provincial and federal levels as an Advisor.
J-C Potvin has agreed to retire from the Board to facilitate the appointment of Anita Perry as a nominee of RCF VI CAD LLC ("RCF"), an affiliate of Resource Capital Fund VI L.P., pursuant to the nomination rights granted to RCF in the Investor Agreement between the Company and RCF.
"The Board welcomes the appointment of Anita Perry and we look forward to the input her extensive experience will bring to NorZinc. The Board would also like to thank J-C Potvin for his valuable advice and contribution during his tenure as a director", statedJohn F. Kearney, Chairman, NorZinc.
NorZinc is a TSX-listed development company trading under the symbol "NZC". The Company's key project is the 100%-owned Prairie Creek Project, an advanced-stage zinc-lead-silver property, located in the Northwest Territories. The Company also owns an extensive land package in Newfoundland that it is exploring for zinc-lead-copper-gold-silver deposits.
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