Montreal-based Monarques Gold appoints new director


Monarques Gold Corporation has appointed Adam Buchanan as director of corporate development. He will be responsible to lead and contribute on various strategic matters impacting Monarques’ business including strategy development, opportunity analysis and investors relations.


Adam has developed his knowledge of capital markets, resource development and investor relations through six years of working for resource exploration and development companies which includes Coro Mining Corp., Canadian Spirit Resources Inc., and Shore Gold. Previous to working in the resource sector, Adam has worked for five years as an executive assistant to provincial cabinet ministers in the Government of B.C., including a natural resource ministry. Adam graduated with a B.A. from Simon Fraser University and has completed courses through the Canadian Securities Institute.


“We are pleased to welcome Adam as a permanent member of Monarques’s team,” said Jean-Marc Lacoste, President and Chief Executive Officer of Monarques. “His experience and knowledge acquired in various areas of the resource sector will help us in achieving our goal of putting the Croinor Gold mine into production, as well as increasing Monarques’s visibility with the financial community.”


Monarques Gold is a growing junior gold company focused on becoming the leading explorer and developer of gold properties in theVal-d’Or/Abitibi gold camp in Quebec, Canada. The Corporation currently has approximately 200 km² of gold exploration properties along the Cadillac Break. Its main asset is the Croinor Gold mine, which has a great potential to become a producing mine. Monarques Gold is well financed and has close to $9 million in credits from Quebec’s Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources.