Lake Shore Gold Corp has recently announced that it has just igned an Exploration Agreement with the Flying Post First Nation (”FPFN”) and Mattagami First Nation (”MFN”) in order to promote a cooperative and mutually respectful relationship between the FPFN and MFN and the Company as it moves forward with exploration and advanced exploration work on the Timmins West property. The agreement establishes a framework for ongoing dialogue and consultation between the parties, including providing business, employment and training opportunities for members of the two First Nations groups.
The official signing ceremony included Chief Walter Naveau, Mattagami First Nation; Chief Murray Ray, Flying Post First Nation; Anthony P. Makuch, President, CEO, Director, Lake Shore Gold Corp.; Shawn Batise, Executive Director, Wabun Tribal Council; Chris McKay, Lands and Resources Manager, Mattagami First Nation; Brian Hagan, Vice President, Health, Safety & Environment and Chris Stewart, Vice President, Operations, both of Lake Shore Gold Corp.
Lake Shore Gold Corp. is a mineral development and exploration company that is rapidly moving towards gold production through a portfolio which includes an existing processing facility and a number of quality mineral properties located in the Timmins gold mining district of northern Ontario and Quebec. The Company has completed a pre-feasibility study and is moving forward with an advanced exploration program at its Timmins West property, is progressing refurbishing work at its 100%-owned Bell Creek mill and is continuing drilling programs at a number of prospective properties. The Company’s shares trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol LSG.
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