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Geoff Courtnall

1996 - Foray into resource extraction: Joins "Delgratia Mining Corp" Board as independent director. (Press release)

1997 - Shareholders sue Delgratia Mining Corp. and all directors.

1999 - Delgratia Mining : Proposes settlement for stockholders suit. (IBL)

2000 - Retires from NHL due to repeated injuries after 17 years in league

2000 - Joins Sentire Inc, a Seattle, Washington high-tech company (PSBJ)

2000 - Phoenix Networks sold to MegaPath (SLBJ)

2003 - Inside Hockey: Courtnall rumoured to be interested in buying Vancouver Canucks.

Geoff Courtnall and his brother Russ are well-known for participating in various charitable events. They have raised considerable funds for mental health treatment in British Columbia - their favoured charity.

July, 2003 - Annual Courtnall Classic, Gala and Auction raises $575,000 for new Psychiatric Emergency Services Unit at Royal Jubilee Hospital in Victoria, BC

Oct, 2000 - B.C. Wildlife Federation announces advertising campaign involving Geoff and Russ Courtnall.

Oct, 2003 - University of Victoria newspaper, the Martlet, notes irony of Courtnall involvement with BCWF. (bottom of the page)

Mr. Courtnall is not above helping his friend Wayne Gretzky with his charity events also.

Feb, 2004 - Geoff Courtnall will join Wayne Gretzky for the second Wayne Gretzky Fantasy Camp in Scottsdale, Arizona. Portion of fees will go to the Gretzky Foundation.