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March 17, 2014
08:13 EDTGPLGreat Panther resumes full operation of mine, plant facilities in Guanajuato
Great Panther Silver announces that the company has resumed full operation of the mine and plant facilities at its Guanajuato Mine Complex in Mexico. Since recovering the company's main administration building and plant facility in Guanajuato on Thursday March 13, from the illegal occupation that began March 9, employees and contractors have worked diligently to assess the condition of the facilities and return them to full operation as quickly as possible. The company is working with the authorities as they conduct an investigation into the illegal occupation.
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August 30, 2015
15:21 EDTGPLGreat Panther Silver says Mason to stay on as company director after review
Great Panther Silver announced that its board of directors has determined that it is not in the best interests of the company to accept the resignation submitted by Jeffrey Mason, who was elected at the company's general meeting of shareholders held on June 4. Mason did not receive the support of the majority of the votes cast at the meeting. In accordance with the company's policy, Mason submitted his resignation for consideration. The board has now considered and determined to reject the tendered resignation. Mason did not participate in the consideration of his tendered resignation. In making its determination, the board considered a number of factors. It was noted that Mason attended all meetings at which his attendance was requested. Also considered were "significant contributions" in his role as chair of the audit committee and chair of the special committee which oversaw the acquisition of Cangold, as well as his past financial and mining industry experience. The board also considered Mason's outside board and public company commitments, noting that the remainder of the boards he sits on are junior venture exchange companies which "generally require less time commitment of their directors." Accordingly, Mason will continue as a duly elected director of the company.

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