Canadian Orebodies welcomes Brian Howlett to its Board of Directors as CEO

– CANADA, Toronto –  Canadian Orebodies Inc. (TSX: CORE) today announced the appointment of Brian Howlett to the position of President and CEO. In addition, Mr. Howlett will join its Board of Directors.

“On behalf of Canadian Orebodies, we welcome Brian to our team,” said Fraser Laschinger, CFO. “Brian will be a great addition and we look forward to advancing the Hemlo properties together.”

About Brian Howlett

Mr. Howlett is a seasoned professional with over 30 years of senior management experience. Mr. Howlett is the former President and CEO of Dundee Sustainable Technologies Inc and remains on the Board. He previously served as the President and CFO of Superior Copper Corporation. Prior to that, Mr. Howlett spent 12 years with ELI Eco Logic Inc., including 6 years as CFO. Mr. Howlett graduated in 1982 with a B. Comm. in finance from Concordia University and received his CMA designation in 1989.

“I am very excited to join Canadian Orebodies as we rebrand the company as Hemlo Explorers. The recent PDAC confirmed the great interest in the Hemlo camp and we look forward to an exciting exploration season,” said Brian Howlett, President & CEO.

He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Nighthawk Gold Corp.

About Canadian Orebodies Inc.

Canadian Orebodies is a Canadian-based mineral exploration company with a portfolio of properties in Ontario and Nunavut. Canadian Orebodies is focused on generating shareholder value through the advancement of its two Hemlo area projects: the Pic Project and the North Limb.

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