VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / April 24, 2014 / Enertopia Corporation (ENRT) on the OTCBB and (TOP) on the CSE (the “Company” or “Enertopia”) is pleased to announce additional Consultants to the Company and for the new Ontario marijuana production facility.
Mr. Greg Boone has been named Enertopia’s Human Resource Manager, with the responsibility of placing key managers and executives not just in the new Ontario production facility, but also Company-wide as necessary. Greg is the President of HEC Group, an executive search and management consulting company that specializes in building high performance teams to build and grow emerging companies. For more than 15 years Greg has built relationships with a significant network of professionals in many industrial sectors, including food, pharmaceutical, regulatory/quality assurance, logistics/supply chain, and more. Greg will also assist in establishing key human resource policies at the new facility.
“I am excited and truly pleased to be joining the Enertopia organization. I look forward to spearheading the recruitment efforts to attract expertise in various disciplines to solidify our position as a leader in the emerging medical marijuana industry in Canada,” said Greg Boone.
Enertopia is also pleased to welcome Mr. Clark Kent as Media Manager to implement media needs for the new Ontario production facility as well as broader Company media strategies. Clark has over 8 years experience in media management, communications and marketing and will be a single point of contact for media and communications enquiries within Eastern Canada. He has previous experience in fields such as resources and also in medical diagnostics. Clark will produce corporate marketing materials and work with the media to ensure consistent and concise messaging.
“I welcome both Greg and Clark and I know their contributions will help position and help move Enertopia for the success we are striving towards.” said Robert McAllister, President / CEO of Enertopia “Key appointments such as these, and the knowledge and experience represented by these latest members of our team, will continue to enable Enertopia to distinguish itself through the quality and dedication of its people.”
Enertopia continues to focus on accretive facility acquisitions that reduce project risk but at the same time increase significantly the potential production space and the long term viability of the Company.
The consultants are each eligible to receive up to 472,500 restricted common shares of stock over time in their respective roles as an Advisory Board members, depending on certain specified performance thresholds being reached. Enertopia continues to build its team of experts and consultants in all aspects of its business and expects to continue this growth in the near future.
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Enertopia’s shares are quoted in Canada with symbol TOP in the United States with symbol ENRT. For additional information, please visit www.enertopia.com or call Clark Kent at 1.647.519.2646 or Dale Paruk, President, Coal Harbor Communications Ltd. at 1.604.662.4505
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SOURCE: Enertopia Corporation