Smith leaves Yellowhead board

Yellowhead Mining Inc. announced Tuesday that Ian Smith has resigned as a director of the company

Yellowhead Mining Inc. announced Dec. 18  that Ian Smith has resigned as a director of the company.

Gregory Hawkins, chairman of the Board and Interim CEO stated: "The company thanks Ian for his work as both CEO and a director of Yellowhead. Under Ian's leadership, Yellowhead filed NI 43-101 compliant technical reports including a Preliminary Assessment in 2011 and a Feasibility Study in 2012 that indicate that the Harper Creek Project is a viable and robust project recommended for development."

"We wish Ian every success in his future endeavours," said Hawkins.

Smith stepped down as Yellowhead CEO last October.

Yellowhead Mining's proposed copper-gold-silver mine at Harper Creek would be located about 10 km southwest of Vavenby.


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