Golden Sky Minerals announces the resignation of its Chief Financial Officer


VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Golden Sky Minerals Corporation (TSX.V: AUEN | US: LUKY) (the “Company” or “Golden Sky”) announces that Ms. Lucy Zhang has resigned from the Company with immediate effect and that the Company has now started the recruitment process to fill the vacant position.

“On behalf of the Board of Directors and everyone at Golden Sky Minerals, I welcome the Fehr & Associates team to the company at this exciting time in the mining industry and thank our former Chief Financial Officer, Ms. Lucy Zhang for his past contributions.. We wish him well in all his future endeavours,” said John Newell, CEO, President and Director.

About Golden Sky Minerals Corp.

Golden Sky Minerals Corp. is a young, well-funded grassroots exploration company focused on discovering new precious metals and copper projects through systematic exploration in metal-rich terrains, located in Tier 1 mining jurisdictions. Golden Sky’s main objective is to develop its portfolio of projects to the resource stage. Drill-ready projects include Hotspot, Bullseye and Luckystrike, all in the Yukon. In addition, recent purchases of properties at the Rayfield Copper gold project in southern British Columbia and the Eagle Mountain gold project in the Cassiar gold district in northern British Columbia add to the company’s construction of a significant pipeline of early-stage projects in Canada.

Additional information about the Company and its business can be found on the Company’s website and under the Company’s profile at


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For more information: John Newell, CEO and Director,

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