TORONTO, Ontario. Solvista Gold Corporation (“Solvista”) (TSX.V: SVV, OTCQX: SVVZF) announces the following appointment to its management team. Mr. Daniel Crandall has been appointed as Solvista’s new Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary. Mr. Crandall is a Senior Manager at Marrelli Support Services Inc., providing CFO, accounting, regulatory compliance and management advisory services to numerous issuers on the TSX, TSX-venture and other Canadian and US exchanges. Previously he was a Manager at Collins Barrow Toronto LLP, a public accounting firm where he worked for over five years. Mr. Crandall holds a CPA and CA certification.
The Board welcomes Mr. Crandall to the management team and looks forward to working with him as Solvista commences drilling at its high grade copper deposits in Manitoba, Canada.
Mr. Donald Christie, who has been a part of the Solvista team since its inception in 2011, has tendered his resignation as Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary. Mr. Christie will remain on as a Director of Solvista. The Board of Directors would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Christie for his hard work and dedication as CFO and Corporate Secretary and look forward to his continued insight and experience as a Director of Solvista.
For more information please visit our website at www.solvistagold.com.
Solvista Gold Corporation
Solvista Gold Corporation is a Canadian resource exploration company focused on discovery and resource expansion of its high-quality mineral properties at its Snow Lake Project. On June 19, 2015, Solvista merged with Canadian explorer Rockcliff Resources Inc. Solvista now controls the Snow Lake Project in central Manitoba, totalling in excess of 35,000 hectares. The project includes one (1) VMS high grade copper rich NI 43-101 Resource (Rail), two (2) historic high grade VMS copper deposits (Lon and Talbot), a net smelter return royalty on the Tower Property which hosts the T-1 Copper Deposit, numerous properties with untested geophysical anomalies and several additional properties with VMS potential ((Freebeth(optioned to HudBay), Dickstone North and Tramping)). Solvista also owns a zinc-silver rich NI 43-101 Resource (Shihan) in Ontario. Solvista controls two gold projects, Caramanta and Guadalupe located in Colombia, South America. These two projects cover approximately 44,000 hectares in the Antioquia province of Colombia. The Caramanta property is the subject to an option agreement with IAMGOLD Corporation as described in a press release dated December 13, 2013, available on Solvista’s SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com
Solvista is well funded with no debt.
For further information, please contact:
Solvista Gold Corporation
Ken Lapierre, P.Geo
President & CEO
tel. (416) 644-1752; cell (647) 678-3879
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