Dr. Stewart A. Jackson, P.Geo. Advisory board. Dr. Jackson is a long time exploration specialist. With his public Company, Crown Resource Corporation he discovered and initiated production from multiple gold discoveries totaling several million ounces in Washington State, USA, including the current Buckhorn Mine of Kinross.
He was involved in the acquisition and exploration of multiple gold and silver deposits in North, South and Central America, the Philippines, and Indonesia. He acquired and delineated a major uranium, molybdenum, nickel and vanadium resource in Sweden, and was instrumental in the advancement of the Turnagain nickel deposit in Northern BC, Canada, from a prospect to the status of a very large nickel resource. In addition to metals exploration he has been involved in a broad range of exploration fields, including oil, gas, industrial minerals, and diamonds.
Dr. Jackson is a Professional Geologist in the Province of Ontario, Canada. He holds a B.Sc, in Geology from the University of Western Ontario, an M.Sc. in Stratigraphy and Mineral Deposits from the University of Toronto, and a Ph.D in Stratigraphy and Economic Geology from the University of Alberta. He is a member of several scientific and professional organizations and has authored several geological papers.
Dr. Richard Jolk P.Geo. Advisory Board. Dr Jolk has a broad formal background in mine, process and environmental engineering. He holds a B.Sc. Metallurgical Engineering, EM, Mineral Economics/Mine Valuation, M.Sc. Environmental Engineering, and Ph.D. in Mining and Earth Systems Engineering, all from the Colorado School of Mines. He is a registered professional minerals engineer and certified minerals appraiser with more than 35 years of experience, both domestically and internationally, including multiple projects in Central and South America, South East Asia and Europe.
He is a member of several scientific and professional organizations, has authored a number of engineering publications and prepared multiple technical reports including mineral property feasibility studies. He is a “qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.
APEX Geoscienece, Consultant. Apex will undertake a work program to create a wire frame model of the underground workings by digitizing all data developed by the Company, along with all historic data, and the recently acquired Cordex data, and will include new digital and laser surveys of all historic accesses, haulage ways, stopes and drill collars. By incorporating this data into a comprehensive 3 dimensional underground model the Company will be better able to plan any proposed mining operations along with planning any future underground sampling and drilling programs. Based upon the new survey information and the underground model, APEX will also establish the most effective methods required to convert the reported historic resource into a NI-43-101 resource.
Dr. William Willoughby, PE, has consented to provide Mine Engineering consulting services to the Company. Dr. Willoughby is a highly experienced Mining Engineer with 35 years of experience in all aspects of mining projects, including: planning and evaluations, exploration, drilling, underground and surface development, technical studies, permitting and financing.