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Stornoway appoints Vice President of Operations

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Global Mining Review,

Stornoway Diamond Corporation (Stornoway) has announced the appointment of Patrick Sévigny to the position of Vice President, Operations, which will become effective immediately.

With more than 25 years of experience in the mining sector, Sévigny holds a Bachelor’s degree in mining engineering. He joined Stornoway in January 2015 in the role of Manager of Mining Operations at the Renard mine. In this role, Sévigny has been a key contributor and leader in the start-up of both opencast and underground operations.

Pat Godin, President and CEO of Stornoway, noted: “Patrick is recognised for his ability to overcome challenges, his innovative approach, his great concern in maintaining harmonious relations with stakeholders and his important advocacy for health and safety. His capacity of bringing a team together, his experience, the respect he demonstrates towards others and his leadership are essential elements in accomplishing our objectives. We are happy that he has accepted to take on this new role within Stornoway.”

Patrick Sévigny, Vice President, Operations, stated: “It is with great pride that I accept this key role with Stornoway. Over the course of the last four years as Manager - Mining Operations at Renard, I was able to appreciate the talent and devotion of my colleagues. I am privileged to be able to count on their support. My main responsibility will be to ensure that our actions and our decisions will be oriented towards the achievement of Stornoway’s objectives. My colleagues will have an important role in this regard, all the while maintaining a safe working environment.”

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