Osisko Metals

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Precious Metals & Minerals
Canada Its 11 main executives

Recent executive movements at Osisko Metals

Robert Wares who was Executive Chairman of the Board, becomes Executive Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer  (news posted on January 30 2020).
Jeff Hussey who was President, Chief Executive Officer and Director, becomes President, Chief Operating Officer and Director  (news posted on January 30 2020).

Recent executive movements at Osisko Gold Royalties

John Baird has joined the company as Director  (news posted on April 7 2020).
Iain Farmer will join the company as Vice President, Corporate Development on Feb. 20, 2020  (news posted on February 12 2020).
Elif Lévesque, Chief Financial Officer and Vice President, Finance, will leave the company on Feb. 29, 2020  (news posted on February 12 2020).

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Latest M&A news in Precious Metals & Minerals.

Alacer Gold and SSR Mining have announced they will merge (posted on Jul 2, 2020).
Zijin Mining has announced the acquisition of Guyana Goldfields (posted on Jun 16, 2020).
Osisko Gold Royalties has acquired Barkerville Gold Mines (posted on Jun 10, 2020).

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Osisko Metals has 627 competitors including Barrick Gold (Canada), Anglo American Woodsmith (United Kingdom (UK)) and AngloGold Ashanti (South Africa). Osisko Metals is owned by Osisko Gold Royalties.

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