Leadership

Bill Glasier

William C. Glasier, B.Sc.

President and CEO

Mr. (Bill) Glasier Graduated with a B.S.c from Montana State University.  After 12 years as a Stock Broker, he retired from Prudential Bache in September of 1987.  Mr. Glasier was President of Mill Bay Incorporated Ventures for 18 years, an exploration Public Company listed on the TSX.

Mr. Glasier was instrumental in the development of the Bralorne Mine, British Columbia particularly with regard to permitting. He provides financial and resource consulting for a number of public companies, and his primary expertise lies in finance and project management. Mr. Glasier is currently a Director of three mining companies that trade on the TSX.

 

Arthur R. Leger

Arthur R. Leger, B.S.c, M.Sc. Geology, CPG

Vice President of Exploration

Mr. (Art) Leger has spent over 40 years in the mining industry as a senior level exploration geologist and manager, primarily dedicating his career to gold exploration in Nevada.  Mr. Leger has been directly and indirectly responsible for the discovery of over twenty (20) million ounces of gold in Nevada.  During the past 40 years, he has worked for Cameco Gold Corporation, Cyprus Metals Exploration, Gold Field Mining Corporation, Hecla Mining and Hanna Mining. He has explored for copper, molybdenum, nickel, tungsten, gold and silver in 15 states, Mexico and two Canadian provinces.  Mr. Leger is a Certified Professional Geologist, a registered geologist and hydrogeologist with the State of Washington, a member of the Geological Society of Nevada and is a “Qualified Person” as stated in Canadian National Instrument 43-101.

 

Dylan-Breslin

Dylan J. Breslin, B.Sc

Vice President of Operations

Mr. Breslin graduated from the University of Phoenix with a B.Sc. in Business Administration. He spent six years in the United States Navy as a Nuclear Propulsion Mechanic gaining experience in physics, chemistry and engineering. His professional work spans industries such as gaming and manufacturing with emphasis on the quality and operational efficiency.

 
 
 

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