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Stephen Dunn,has over 30 years of experience in the investment industry having worked with a large Canadian insurance company, a Canadian Schedule A bank, and two Canadian investment dealers. He has extensive experience in the capital markets and has been a director of numerous resource companies. Mr. Dunn earned his BA and his MBA from the University of Western Ontario.

James Fairbairn, CA, ICD.D,has more than 20 years of experience with publicly-traded companies. He is a Chartered Accountant, having obtained his CA designation in 1987 and is an Institute-certified Director. Jim holds a B.A. from the University of Western Ontario. Jim's valued experience touches on corporate governance and financial reporting with respect to junior mining exploration companies. He is a Director of several junior mining companies.

George Cole was Vice President, Exploration for Cominco American until he retired in 2001. He has subsequently served in senior management and board positions for several junior mining companies, most recently with Trelawney Mining & Exploration and Rae-Wallace Mining Company.

Rich Morrow, MBA was formerly Chief Executive of a resource focused company. Control of that company was sold through a supported takeover that he negotiated.  He has a strong background in Capital Markets and in Corporate Development (M&A). During a thirty year business career, primarily with Canadian based investment dealers and latterly in the corporate sector, he has had a key role in initiating and closing several successful IPO’s and numerous financings, acquisitions and divestments. His international business experience includes negotiations, transactions and investments in South America, Europe, Africa and China.

 

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