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President Chief Executive Officer

Liberty International Mineral Corporation
567 Lawrence Avenue
Kelowna , British Columbia V1Y 6L8
Canada

Company Description: Liberty International Mineral Corporation is a highly aggressive gold, silver and base-metal exploration company based out of Kelowna BC, Canada. The Company holds...   more
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Liberty International Mineral Corporation :: About Liberty :: History
www.libmin.com, 22 July 2014 [cached]
James Arku, Michael Lindstrom and Len Lindstrom with first Liberty licenses June 2004
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Shortly after the cessation of hostilities Len Lindstrom, the Founder, President and CEO of what is today Liberty International, along with his son Michael Lindstrom, were invited by the interim (NTGL) National Transitional Government of Liberia to participate in the re-development of the mineral resource sector.
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Len Lindstrom with the Honorable Minister of Mines, Energy and Petroleum Liberia
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Len Lindstrom with the Vice President of Liberia, the Honorable Joseph Boakai
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Len Lindstrom with Her Excellency Ellen Sirleaf-Johnson, the President of Liberia
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Having some of the fondest memories of his childhood spent panning for gold with his father in the Prince George / Barkerville region of central BC followed by many years of climbing rugged mineralized mountains in the Kootenays with seasoned old prospector friends like Bernie McMahon, recounting the rich mineral history of the Kootenays and the turn of the century silver/gold rush era that built the region, Len Lindstrom was no stranger to the potential of this famous, yet decades forgotten, region that had built such mining giants as Placer Dome and Cominco.
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Len Lindstrom is the founder of Liberty International Mineral Corporation, its two predecessor companies and all 12 of its wholly owned subsidiary companies that encompass the Liberty Group of companies, and he, in conjunction with the growing number of highly experienced geological professionals who have joined the Liberty team, continues to be the driving force behind the company's rapid growth.
Liberty International Mineral Corporation :: About Liberty :: Directors
www.libmin.com, 22 July 2014 [cached]
Management | Management | Len Lindstrom | Edwin Esslinger | Gregory Nowak | Rockson Coffie | Lawrence Mensah | Prof. Jenkins K. Dorbor | Dan Beaton | Michael Lindstrom | Bernard McMahon | Tony Leblanc
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Len Lindstrom Director, President, CEO
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Len Lindstrom Director, President, CEO
The founder of Liberty International and has been directly involved in all aspects of the development and exploration of the Liberian and Canadian properties as President and CEO of the Liberty Group of companies since their inception. His related education includes numerous Accelerated Education courses in geology, business administration and associated subjects through BCIT, UBC, SFU and the Sauder School of Business. He has over 30 years experience as an entrepreneur, businessman, promoter and humanitarian.
Liberty International Mineral Corporation :: About Liberty
www.libmin.com, 12 Oct 2011 [cached]
Len Lindstrom is the founder of Liberty International Mineral Corporation, its two predecessor companies and all 13 of its wholly owned subsidiary companies that encompass the Liberty Group of companies, and he, in conjunction with the growing number of highly experienced geological professionals who have joined the Liberty team, continues to be the driving force behind the company's rapid growth.
Liberty International Mineral Corporation :: Investors :: News :: Kelowna Capital News
www.libmin.com, 30 Nov 2007 [cached]
Len Lindstrom (right), president and CEO of Liberty International Mineral Corporation., stands with his son and vice-president, Michael Lindstrom, with an 1890s era mining ore car in front of their new offices on Lawrence Avenue.
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Len Lindstrom (right), president and CEO of Liberty International Mineral Corporation., stands with his son and vice-president, Michael Lindstrom, with an 1890s era mining ore car in front of their new offices on Lawrence Avenue.
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When Len Lindstrom, president and CEO of Liberty International Mineral Corporation, renovated his company's headquarters on Lawrence Avenue, he wanted to send a message.
"I wanted it to look like it has muscle, like a real exploration mining company," he said. "I wanted to carry that theme through the yard and the decor. We basically spared nothing. I wanted it done up right."
What was once a white house with roses in front, has been transformed into a post-modern monument to mining. Lindstrom brought an old ore cart and rails from the Kootenays and put in front of the building.
"Everything is rustic and original," said Lindstrom.
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Liberty got its start in mid-2004, when Lindstrom decided to secure exploraton rights in the West African country of Liberia, which had only recently come out of a civil conflict.
"There is a term in the industry that is called first mover, and that literally says when a country opens up, if it has a great mineral potential, try to be the first one in and get everything that you can," he said.
Over two trips, Lindstrom and Liberty secured almost 22,000 square kilometres of territory. "That gave us 20 percent of the country of Liberia under license," he said.
Those parcels of land were narrowed to 9,050 square kilometers and eventually led to 20 gold projects, two of which are almost ready for drilling in search of the precious metal.
"They both look like that are very serious world class gold deposits which will put Liberty on the map all over the world," said Lindstrom.
A year ago Liberty shifted its sights closer to home and began entering into mining option agreements on properties in the West Kootenays.
"We have developed to where we are the largest holder of mineral tenure in the province of British Columbia, by far, with over 13,000 square kilometers of territory under license," said Lindstrom.
Liberty is working on 12 projects in the Kootenays, looking for Gold, Silver,Copper, Lead, Zinc, Molybdenum and possibly Tungsten. Between Africa and Canada, Liberty has more than 30 projects on the go.
"Any one of them hits a bingo, we're in the driver's seat. With that many highly potential properties, we should be laughing, so we're very, very excited about where we're at now," said Lindstrom.
Asia Mining Congress 2009 - sponsors
www.terrapinn.com, 27 Mar 2009 [cached]
Len Lindstrom is the founder and president of Liberty who, in conjunction with a growing number of highly seasoned geological professionals, remains the driving force behind the Company's rapid growth and exciting development. ( www.libmin.com)
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