CALGARY, Feb. 21 /CNW/ - Guillermo Salazar S, President and CEO of Copper Fox Metals Inc. ("Copper Fox" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the appointment of Cam Grundstrom as Vice President - Operations and a member of the Copper Fox Executive Team. Cam is a Mining Engineer with extensive operations and development experience having held key management positions in large mining projects in Canada, USA, and overseas during his 26 year career. His experience includes assignments in world class underground and open pit mines, where he led teams in attaining production records while ensuring safe and efficient operations. He comes to Copper Fox from BHPBilliton Diamonds Inc. where he held the position of Mining Coordinator at the Ekati Diamond Mine. As Vice President - Operations with Copper Fox, Cam will have a major role in the development of the Company's world class mineral deposit located at Schaft Creek, British Columbia, Canada.
About Copper Fox
Copper Fox is a Canadian based Junior Natural Resource mining company listed on the TSX-Venture exchange trading under the symbol (CUU). The Company is focused on the acquisition of advanced exploration and or near production precious and base metal deposits. The Company holds an option agreement with Teck Cominco Limited to acquire up to a 93.4% direct and indirect interest in the Schaft Creek copper-gold-molybdenum mineral deposit in northwest British Columbia, Canada.
On behalf of the Board of Directors
Guillermo Salazar S
President & CEO
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