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André Gauthier joined the company in 1997. Since then, the company grew under his leadership with the acquisition of major mining properties, most notably the Kipawa rare earths project.

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Matamec Explorations Inc said that its general manager is leaving the company to pursue new projects. He has also resigned as a board member of the company. Gauthier joined the company in 1997. Since then, the company grew under his leadership with the acquisition of major mining properties, most notably the Kipawa rare earths project. This project attracted a massive investment from Toyota, which was followed by a minority stake held by Ressources Québec.

Located in Montreal (Québec), . is a junior mining exploration company in which activities are based on two main axes of development: gold, and key elements for technologies related to energy, with properties containing, among others, lithium (Tansim-owned at 100%), Cobalt (Fabre-100% owned), nickel (Vulcain-100% owned) and rare earths (Kipawa-72% owned by ).

Matamec’s main focus is the development of the Kipawa Heavy Rare Earth Elements (HREE) deposit, a joint venture owned at 72% by Matamec and 28% by Ressources Québec (acting as agent of the Government of Québec); Toyota Tsusho Corp. (Nagoya, Japan) holds a 10% royalty on net profit in the deposit.

In addition to the activities in energy sector, Matamec is exploring for gold on six properties, with two (Matheson JV (50%) and Pelangio (100%)) located in the area of the Hoyle Pond Mine in Timmins, ON, as well as three in the Quebec Plan Nord region in similar geological settings as established gold-producing mines. These include Sakami (50% owned) and Opinaca Gold West (100% owned) near the Éléonore Mine in James Bay, QC, and the Casa Détour property (100%) located east of Detour Gold Corp.’s Burntbush property.

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