Mr. Reid is a geologist and capital markets executive with over 20 years of experience focused exclusively in the mineral resource space. Mr. Reid started his career as a geologist with Saskatchewan Geological Survey and Cominco Global Exploration after which he became a partner and senior mining analyst at Sprott/Cormark Securities in Toronto. He was then named Executive General Manager at Paladin Energy, where he was responsible for leading all merger and acquisition, corporate and market related activities. He is the former Managing Director Global Mining Sales at National Bank Financial, where he directed the firm’s sales and trading in the mining sector. Most recently, he acted as President and Director of Sulliden Gold Corporation, until its acquisition by Rio Alto Mining in 2014 and was Managing Director at Aguia Resources Ltd. from 2015 to 2019. He holds a B.Sc from the University of Regina, a M.Sc from the University of Toronto and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Richard Harrisson is a professional mining engineer with +20 years of experience in the mining sector, having held various engineering, development, and production positions, primarily in Quebec, but elsewhere in Canada and abroad. Mr. Harrisson was most recently Director of Project Assessments for Mine Canadian Malartic, where he was responsible for the development and construction of the Odyssey mine, one of the largest underground gold mining projects in Canada. Her also formerly served as Mining Director at Premier Gold Mines and has held several positions with Agnico Eagle including Engineering Superintendent at Goldex Mine in Val d’Or, Project Evaluation Engineer at CTMN and Underground Mine Manager at the Kittila Mine in Finland. Mr. Harrisson obtained his Bachelor of Mining and Mineral Engineering from Université Laval and is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec.
Mr. Denis Arsenault is a Chartered Professional Accountant with 39 years of experience. He has held a variety of senior financial positions in a range of sectors, including mining and resources, communications, truck trailer manufacturing and life sciences. Mr. Arsenault was the former CFO of Sulliden Gold Corporation Ltd. and Central Sun Mining Inc.. Mr. Arsenault currently serves as a director of Murchison Minerals Ltd. and Belo Sun Mining Corp.. He formerly served on the board of directors of Thompson Creek Metals Company Inc., Rockcliff Resources Inc., Stonegate Agricom Ltd., MBAC Fertilizer Corp. and Alliance Grain Traders Inc.. Mr. Arsenault began his career with KPMG in 1981, before co-founding Wasserman Arsenault, Chartered Accountants. Mr. Arsenault holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto.
Mr. Hylands has spent a majority of his career working in gold, base metals and iron ore exploration in Canada and internationally. He has held technical positions for several junior mining companies, where he developed grassroots mapping and sampling programs, managed large scale drill programs, and helped transition projects from early exploration to resource definition stage. Mr. Hylands holds a B.Sc in Geology from Western University in London, Ontario.
Mr. Pritchard is has over 30 years of experience in project and operations management in the mining industry both in North America as well as internationally, including, in particular, Brazil. Mr. Pritchard’s mining experience includes the management of pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, engineering, procurement and construction management projects. He has held senior executive positions at various organizations worldwide including SNC-Lavalin and De Beers Canada.
Mr. Bergeron, M.Sc., has been actively involved in northern Quebec for over 20 years where he worked closely with major mining companies focused on building positive partnerships with First Nation communities, including the development of an economic training program for First Nations across the province of Quebec. He has held senior roles as head of community affairs for various mining companies, including Goldcorp, actively working with Comex, Cofex and the Cree Grand Council to facilitate the Impact Benefit Negotiations. Mr. Bergeron formerly sat on the Board of Eeyou Istchee James Bay Regional Government (Greibj) key organizations involved with territory management and economic development in Northern Quebec. He is a former director of the Board of the Natural Resources Commission of Nord-du-Quebec as Territory Commissioner (2014-2018) and of Administration regional Baie James (ARBJ) (2012 to 2017), and currently serves as director for the Fond regional de solidarité FTQ (Investment board, 2016-present).
Mrs. Leroux has over 20 years of experience in the mining industry, mostly in Northern Quebec . She has held senior positions with various organizations including Metallurgist at Meston resources, Environment Coordinator at the Troilus Project from 2005 to 2007, Environmental Manager for Goldcorp's Éléonore Project, Director of Sustainable Development for Mason Graphite and Vice-President Environment for BlackRock Metals. For those Projects, she was in charge of permits related to Exploration, Environment Evaluation Processes and Construction.
Ms. Davies is a corporate securities lawyer with over twelve years experience working as corporate secretary and legal counsel to various publicly traded exploration, development, near production and production phase mining companies. Ms. Davies has a broad range of international experience in the mining industry having held roles with companies with projects in North America, South America, Russia, Australia, Mali, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. She has a Juris Doctorate from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law and an Honours B.A in Economics from McMaster University.
Catherine Stretch has over 20 years of experience in capital markets with a particular focus on the investment, formation, development and operation of resource and agriculture companies in North America, South America and Asia. She began her career in fund management, becoming Partner and Chief Operating Officer of a Canadian investment firm which had $1 billion in assets under management. Before joining Troilus, she was the Chief Commercial Officer of Aguia Resources Limited, an ASX listed company developing phosphate and copper assets in Brazil. Ms. Stretch has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and History from Western University and a Masters of Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University.
Caroline Arsenault has been overseeing Investor Relations and Corporate Communications for various mining companies since 2008. Prior to joining Troilus in 2017, she worked for various private and publicly traded mining companies, including Sulliden Gold and Belo Sun Mining. She holds a Bachelor of Industrial Design from OCAD University in Toronto.