DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Midway Gold Corp. (TSX and NYSE-MKT: MDW) (the “Company” or “Midway”) announces the arrival of William M. Zisch as the Company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer, effective December 10. On December 11, Midway’s Board of Directors appointed Mr. Zisch as a member of the Board and Mr. Ken Brunk gave his resignation.
Mr. Zisch stated, “It is an honor for me to join Midway at such an important and exciting juncture. In the next few weeks I look forward to gaining a full understanding of our operations and our people. This will provide me the opportunity to develop the foundation for a Company update in the New Year. Again, I am grateful for this opportunity to lead and to serve Midway and I look forward to the startup of the Pan Mine in Nevada.”
About Midway Gold Corp.
Midway Gold Corp. is a precious metals company with a vision to explore, design, build and operate gold mines in a manner accountable to all stakeholders while assuring return on shareholder investments.
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