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Quebec Precious Metals appoints Tony Brisson as Senior Exploration Manager

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Quebec Precious Metals Corp. (QPM) has announced the appointment of Tony Brisson as its full-time Senior Exploration Manager, effective immediately.

Brisson has 25 years of experience in gold and base metals exploration, including senior positions with gold exploration companies in Quebec.

From 2012 to 2015, he was the exploration manager at the Élénore gold mine. His responsibilities included the management of extensive drilling campaigns.

“We are very pleased to strengthen our technical team with the nomination of Tony Brisson. His deep expertise in gold exploration, including the James Bay Eeyou territory in Quebec (Canada), [… means] he will contribute significantly to our exploration success,” stated Normand Champigny, CEO of QPM.

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