Trevor Boyd (PhD, P.Geo.): Senior Project Geologist
[precious metals, base metals, magmatic sulphides, tungsten, tin, molybdenum, indium]
Trevor Boyd, a member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) and the Northwest Territories and Nunavut Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists (NAPEG), he has more than 30 years of experience in exploration for a variety of commodities on projects from around the world. Since 1987, Dr. Boyd has worked for numerous mining companies including Noranda, Falconbridge and Westmin Resources and has also lectured in economic and structural geology at York University. A Ph.D. in geology from the University of Toronto in 1996 and an MSc (Applied) MINEX degree from McGill University in 1988, Trevor has worked in North America, Asia and Europe. He is experienced in completing property assessment and due diligence studies, running drilling programs, and writing technical reports including those compliant with the NI 43-101. His experience includes base and precious metals, uranium, nickel-copper-PGE and specialty metals projects including tungsten and indium.
Andrew Graba (HB.Sc., G.I.T.): Project Geologist
[base metals, lithium (pegmatites), REE (carbonatites)]
Andrew Graba, a Geoscientist in Training with the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO), is a recent graduate (Dean’s List 2013-2015) from Lakehead University (Thunder Bay, Ontario) with a passion for mineral exploration and mining. Mr. Graba’s undergraduate honours thesis was on the Chipman Lake Carbonatite. Andrew has experience in prospecting, geological mapping, and has been working as a junior geologist on lithium pegmatite resource drilling programs. Andrew is fluent in English and has basic French.
Luc Harnois (PhD, P.Geo.): Senior Project Geologist
[precious metals, base metals, magmatic sulphides]
Luc Harnois, a member of the Ordre des Géologues du Québec (OGQ), has more than 20 years of experience in exploration for gold and base metals in North America, Africa and Asia. Dr Harnois has co-authored several NI 43-101 technical reports. A PhD from Carleton University in 1987, Luc has lectured in geochemistry and mineralogy at Université du Québec à Montréal and he has executed and supervised numerous mineral exploration programs including drilling (diamond, reverse circulation, and rotary air blast), soil sampling, and mapping of metallic mineral deposits. Dr. Harnois is fluent in French and English.
Rory Krocker (B.Sc.): Senior Project Geologist
[precious metals, base metals, magmatic sulphides, uranium]
Rory Krocker graduated with a B.Sc. from the University of Manitoba in 2007 and has over 10 years of experience ranging from grassroots exploration through to advanced projects, and an understanding of the government mine permitting process. Rory has supervised numerous exploration projects including diamond drilling programs, core logging, geological mapping, geophysical surveys, soil sampling programs, metallurgical studies, environmental assessment studies, database management, and writing technical reports. He is competent in the use of ArcGIS and MapInfo, producing drill hole cross-sections using Datamine, and 3D modelling using GEOVIA GEMS software. Rory’s primary language is English with a working knowledge of French.
Monica McCullough (H.B.A., B.Ed., M.Sc.): Geologist
[precious metals, magmatic sulphides]
Monica McCullough, originally from Thunder Bay, studied at Lakehead University where she underwent the Honours Bachelor of Arts program majoring in Geography while concurrently studying in the Bachelor of Education program. Monica graduated in 2012 from the H.B.A. and B.Ed. programs, and enrolled in the Master of Science program in Geology in the fall of the same year. Monica focused on Sedimentology with her Master’s thesis entitled “Sedimentology and Paleogeographic Reconstruction of the Strata in and Adjacent to the Sudbury Impact Layer in the Northern Paleoproterzoic Animikie Basin”. She graduated in 2017. Monica worked for Bjorkman Prospecting and GOOD Mining as a Prospector Assistant, collecting historical samples. She also worked with Rio Tinto Canada as a Geotechnician for their Ni-Cu-PGE projects near Thunder Bay. Monica is a member of the Northwestern Ontario Prospector Association (NWOPA).
Gary McLearn (B.Sc., P.Geo.): Senior Project Geologist
[precious metals, base metals, magmatic sulphides, coal, ruby, oil sands, iron, hematite, diamonds, awaruite]
Gary McLearn, born, raised and currently residing in Nova Scotia, is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA). He is a graduate of St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Bachelor of Science with Major Geology Degree (2003). Mr. McLearn has over 13 years experience in mineral exploration in Canada and internationally. His primary role is that of a project or senior geologist, supervising drilling programs, logging core, and writing technical reports. Some of the various deposit types Gary has experience with include copper (chalcopyrite, chalcocite, malachite), zinc, gold, coal, ruby, oil sands, iron formation, kimberlite, awaruite (Ni-Fe alloy), magmatic sulphides (nickel-copper-PGEs) and more recently, high-grade hematite in Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. Gary is fluent in English with a working knowledge of Spanish and basic French.
John Siriunas (M.A.Sc., P.Eng.): Senior Project Geologist
[precious metals, base metals, lithium (pegmatites), graphite, iron ore, diamonds, uranium, coal, magmatic sulphides, rare earths, phosphate]
Mr. Siriunas is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario and holds degrees in Geological Engineering (B.A.Sc., 1976) and Applied Geology and Geochemistry (M.A.Sc., 1979) from the University of Toronto. With more than 40 years of experience in mineral exploration John brings to Caracle Creek a wide range of global experience in the minerals industry; in part this experience includes regional geochemical surveys, the creation of thematic maps, diamond and reverse-circulation drilling supervision, data compilation and database management, the mapping of bedrock and surficial geology, mine studies, supervision of surface and in-hole geophysical surveys, environmental assessment studies and geochemical modelling. Based on his professional qualifications and experience, John is a “qualified person” as defined in National Instrument 43-101 (Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects) of the Canadian Securities Administrators. He has also served as a director and/or in various management capacities with several junior-resource reporting issuers. John is fluent in English with a working knowledge of French and Spanish.
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