May 25, 2023

Mining & Investment
Virtual Conference

Featured Speakers

Catherine Boggs

Hecla Mining Company

Catherine “Cassie” J. Boggs was appointed to Hecla’s Board of Directors in January 2017, and became Chair of the Board in May 2022. Ms. Boggs served as the General Counsel at Resource Capital Funds from January 2011 until her retirement in February 2019. Since November 2019, Ms. Boggs has been serving as an International Expert in mining with the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Commercial Law Development Program and is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law. In addition to Hecla’s Board, she also serves as an Independent, Non-Executive Director of Capital Limited, a mining services provider listed on the LSE. She served as Senior Vice President, Corporate Development at Barrick Gold Corporation from January 2009 to December 2010 and Vice President from July 2005 to 2008. Ms. Boggs was also an international partner at the law firm of Baker & McKenzie serving in the San Francisco, Jakarta, Indonesia, and Chicago offices. She has 40 years of experience as a mining and natural resources lawyer with experience in domestic and international mining projects.

Luca Giacovazzi

Chief Executive Officer
Wyloo Metals

Mr Giacovazzi is the Chief Executive Officer of Wyloo Metals. Wyloo Metals manages a diverse portfolio of wholly owned mining projects, including Ring of Fire Metals in Canada, as well as exploration opportunities and cornerstone investments in public and private companies in Australia and Canada.

Mr Giacovazzi was previously at Credit Suisse, where he successfully completed numerous metals and mining transactions in Australia and internationally.

He holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Chartered Accounting) from the University of Johannesburg, a Master of Management from the University of Sydney and a Masters in International Management from the London School of Economics (CEMS).

Randy Smallwood

President and CEO
Wheaton Precious Metals

Chairman of the Board
World Gold Council

Mr. Smallwood holds a geological engineering degree from the University of British Columbia and a mine engineering diploma from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Mr. Smallwood was involved in the founding of Wheaton and in 2007, he joined Wheaton full time as Executive Vice President of Corporate Development, primarily focusing on growing the Company through the evaluation and acquisition of silver stream opportunities. In January 2010 he was appointed President, and in April 2011 he was appointed Wheaton’s Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Smallwood originally started as an exploration geologist with Wheaton River Minerals Ltd., and in 2001 was promoted to Director of Project Development, his role through its 2005 merger with Goldcorp. Mr. Smallwood was an instrumental part of the team that built Wheaton River / Goldcorp into one of the largest, and more importantly, one of the most profitable gold companies in the world, and he is now focused on continuing to add to the impressive growth profile of Wheaton. Mr. Smallwood formerly served on the boards of Defiance Silver Corp. (formerly ValOro Resources Inc. and Geologix Explorations Inc.) from 2005 to 2019, Ventana Gold from 2008 to 2011, Castle Peak Resources from 2010 to 2012, and Tigray Resources Inc. from 2011 to 2014. Mr. Smallwood is also a board member of Special Olympics BC and Mining4Life, is co-chairman of MineralsEd BC, and previously served on the board of the BC Cancer Foundation. In 2015, Mr. Smallwood received the British Columbia Institute of Technology Distinguished Alumni Award, and in 2019, he received Business in Vancouver’s BC CEO of the Year Award in the enterprise category. On September 3, 2020, Mr. Smallwood was appointed as the chair of the World Gold Council.

Dr. Erin R. Bobicki

Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering - Chemical and Materials Engineering Dept.
University of Alberta

Dr. Erin R. Bobicki is an Associate Professor of mineral processing in the department of Chemical and Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta. Professor Bobicki’s research interests include microwave applications in mineral processing, comminution, bioreagent development, the rheology of complex mineral slurries, and value recovery from waste materials. She has worked as a researcher and plant metallurgist for Vale, as a Process Technology Development Engineer for Intel Corporation, and most recently was an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto. She is currently commercializing microwave technology for the mining industry with Sepro Mineral Systems, and is a Founding Director of Aurora Hydrogen, a start-up developing technology for emission-free hydrogen production.

George Hemingway

Managing Partner & Head of Innovation Practice

George Hemingway is Managing Partner and leads the Innovation Practice at Stratalis where he advises the leaders of companies, organizations and countries on the future and how to succeed in uncertain times. Considered one of the leading futurists in the mining industry, he regularly keynotes at venues ranging from the World Mining Congress to NASA and the Pentagon.

He has advised many of the world’s leading natural resource and industrial companies, ranging from Vale, Anglo American and BHP to BASF and the Air Force on how their operations and organizations can best pivot and transform to succeed.

In addition to corporate boards, he is passionate about supporting the next generation of leaders as a board member to the Chamber Orchestra of New York, Moon Mark Aerospace and the Lassonde Institute of Mining at the University of Toronto. He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS from the Stern School of Business at NYU.

Theo Yameogo

Canada's Mining & Metals Sector Leader
EY Canada

Dr. Theo is a seasoned mining executive who built his experience and reputation in mining operations and professional services. He is a trusted advisor in mining business, mining engineering and geology. He currently focuses on enabling and fostering business transformation and technology adoption across the industry to support core business excellence and enterprise growth.

He is the sector leader for EY Americas & EY Canada Mining & Metals practice. Prior to his consulting experience, Theo spent many years in mining operations, engineering consulting and mining contracting services. Theo has been involved with many mining and metals companies for various transformation initiatives in Canada, the Americas, Africa and Australia.

Dr. Theo is a registered Professional Mining Engineer in Ontario; he holds an MBA with Distinction from the University of Oxford, a Ph.D. and B.Eng. in mining engineering from Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal. In addition, he has a B.Sc. (with honors) in Applied Geophysics from the Université Cadi Ayyad in Marrakech


Darrin Campbell

Namibia Critical Metals Inc.
Mr. Campbell is a Chartered Professional Accountant and Certified Management Accountant with 20 years of executive financial management experience and served as the CFO of the Company from March 2017 – 2021. He has provided contract accounting and financial services to numerous public and private companies and played key leadership roles in financings and transactions taking companies public onto the TSX-V. From 2013-2014 he was the CFO of Ressources Appalaches and was the financial leader bringing into production Nova Scotia’s first operating gold mine in over 14 years. Mr. Campbell obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from Saint Mary’s University in 1996 and is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Nova Scotia

Peter Espig

President, CEO and Director
Nicola Mining Inc.
Mr. Espig assumed the role of President and CEO on November 7, 2013 and guided the Company through its restructuring, which included entering the company into CCAA and successfully exiting on November 21, 2014. He is experienced in the analysis of investment opportunities, raising capital, deal sourcing, financial structuring, and corporate turnaround. Mr. Espig has structured over US$2.0 billion in private equity and pre-IPO investment transactions from the principal side and is a pioneer of SPACs, having completed over $1.0 BN in transactions. Mr. Espig served as Vice-President of the Principal Finance and Securitization Group and Asia Special Situations Group for Goldman Sachs Japan. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Mr. Espig was Vice-President of Olympus Capital, a New York private equity firm, where he participated in corporate restructurings, investment analysis and financing negotiations for both domestic and international investments. In 1989, Mr. Espig received his B.A. from the University of British Columbia and later received his MBA from Columbia Business School, where he was a Chazen International Scholar. Mr. Espig has been active in the turnaround of mining projects and has functioned in management and director roles for numerous mining companies.

Catalin Kilofliski

Canagold Resources Ltd.
Mr. Kilofliski has over 25 years of executive leadership experience and a track record of creating significant shareholder value for various mining companies. In 2020 he helped grow TSX.V listed Tudor Gold Corp from $30M to over $500M in market capitalization. In the last decade, he has helped raise over $300M in equity, debt and JV capital. Mr. Kilofliski has an intimate knowledge of Canagold and the New Polaris project as he was Canagold’s CEO from 2014 to 2018. Under his leadership, Canagold was named one of the top 100 companies in BC, by BC Business.

Robert W.J. Macdonald

VP of Exploration
Southern Silver Exploration Corp./ Equity Metals Corporation
Mr. Macdonald is the Vice President of Geological Services for the Manex Resource Group of Companies and in such capacity has been the Vice President Exploration and Exploration Manager for several publically listed companies including Southern Silver Exploration Corp., Homestake Resource Corporation (formerly Bravo Gold Corp.), Valterra Resource Corporation, Duncastle Gold Corp. and Fortune River Gold Corporation. Mr. Macdonald has overseen the exploration of many projects throughout North America including the discovery and delineation of the high-grade 1.2 million ounce Homestake Ridge Au-Ag deposit in northern British Columbia and is currently advancing Southern Silver’s 24 million tonne Cerro Las Minitas Ag-Pb-Zn project, Durango State, Mexico. Mr. Macdonald graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1990 and earned a MSc. from the University of British Columbia in 1999. Over his career in the geosciences Mr. Macdonald's work has focused on vein and intrusion-related gold systems, VMS and Skarn/CRD environments. Prior to joining Manex, Mr. Macdonald worked as a geologist with the British Columbia Geological Survey and Teck Exploration on projects in Alaska, Peru and British Columbia.

Paul Pint

Investors Relations Consultant
White Gold Corp.
Paul Pint is a Chartered Professional Accountant with over 30 years of capital markets experience. Mr. Pint co-founded and was President of Troilus Gold Corp., helping the company in its early-stage financing and assisting in taking the company public on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Mr. Pint started his professional career in 1991 with Ernst & Young in the Financial Services Group. Beginning in 1995 he moved into Institutional Equities with CIBC World Markets. Over the next 20+ years he worked in various senior roles in the investment banking and equity sales industry, holding several senior roles with large Canadian banks as well as boutique investment banks and dealers. He has worked on Initial Public Offerings and Private Placements across all industry sectors. He has taken public or financed more than 500 companies throughout his career. In 2016, He has been a director of public and private companies across various sectors. Mr. Pint holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of Toronto and is a Member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario.

Wojtek Wodzicki

President & CEO
NGEx Minerals
Dr. Wodzicki has a doctorate in Geosciences from the University of Arizona and over 30 years of experience in international mineral exploration and corporate management. He has led successful exploration teams throughout the world, and has managed large scale projects from the generative stage through to engineering studies. Teams led by Dr. Wodzicki are responsible for several significant discoveries including Los Helados, Josemaria, Filo del Sol, and El Limon-Guajes. Dr. Wodzicki has worked for the Lundin Group since 2007 and was previously CEO of Josemaria Resources, Filo Mining and Sanu Resources, and served as a director of several public companies. He was responsible for the spinout of NGEx Minerals in the summer of 2019, and of Filo Mining in the summer of 2016, both from Josemaria Resources Inc. (formerly NGEx Resources Inc.). Dr. Wodzicki is a director of Filo Mining Corp. on the TSX.

Kendra Johnston

President and CEO
Association for Mineral Exploration BC
Kendra is the President and CEO of the Association for Mineral Exploration BC (“AME”). She is a Professional Geologist and senior mining executive with over 15 years of experience in various facets of the mineral exploration and mining industry. Having spent most of her career working in BC and Yukon, she is a passionate industry advocate for responsible mineral exploration. With a strong, inclusive and collaborative leadership style, Kendra provides AME with extensive, knowledge and experience in public geoscience, financial and capital markets, Indigenous engagement, as well as the social and regulatory landscapes that affect mineral exploration. Kendra’s leadership and advocacy helps to promote British Columbia as the top global jurisdiction for responsible and inclusive mineral exploration and development and as a major international hub for an industry that shares AME’s core values. Kendra graduated from the University of Victoria with BSc in Earth Sciences and Geography and the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University with an MBA. Kendra also holds a Certificate in Responsible Leadership from Queen’s University and a Certificate in Mining Law from York University. Before joining AME, Kendra was the President of Independence Gold Corp., a BC and Yukon explorer, with increasing levels of responsibility from Project Geologist to President. She has also sat on numerous Boards, and currently sits on the Board of Directors for Britannia Mine Museum.

Steven Turner

Managing Director
Pivotal Metals
Steven brings over 25 years of experience in the resource sector, having held senior roles in both industry and investment banking. Steven has been based in London, Aberdeen, Singapore, Brisbane and Madrid and has raised significant capital for the development of resource projects, including equity, bonds and project finance. Steven has led business development for a private base metals company, held CFO roles at both oil and gas and mining exchange listed companies, and has headed the corporate finance function for energy across Asia for a European investment bank. Aside from being Managing Director of Pivotal Metals Ltd, an ASX listed mining company focused on battery metals in Canada, Steven also advises a family office active in the oil and gas industry. Mr. Turner holds Australian, Canadian and UK citizenships and is a Fellow of The Chartered Accountants of England and Wales and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Stephen Crozier

Vice President, Sustainability
Noront Resources
Stephen Crozier is Vice President, Sustainability for Noront Resources. In his current role Stephen is responsible for indigenous engagement, community relations and permitting relating to Noront’s projects in the Ring of Fire. He is also responsible for government relations as it relates to the foregoing areas. Stephen has extensive experience in ESG-related mandates, including data collection and reporting, policy and program development and execution.


President, Chief Executive Officer & Director
Tier One Silver
Mr. Dembicki brings over 10 years of corporate finance and wealth management experience; dealing with high-net-worth individuals, corporations and institutional clientele. As a member of Canaccord Genuity, he structured and oversaw numerous multi-million dollar private, public and bought-deal financings in the mining and natural resource sectors. Mr. Dembicki’s industry designations include: Canadian Securities Course (CSC), Conduct and Practices (CPH) and Wealth Management Essentials (WME). Throughout his tenure at Canaccord, he continuously added to his compliance and education credits, positioning himself above the industry standards of continuing education. Mr. Dembicki is a Graduate from the University of Washington in Seattle, with a degree in Communications.

Kevin D’Souza

Chief Sustainability Officer
Resource Capital Funds
Kevin is a recognized professional and thought leader with 30 years of direct experience in responsible mining including Environment Social Governance (ESG) related issues, security management, and diversity & inclusion. Kevin is currently the Chief Sustainability Officer with Resource Capital Funds where he leads the full integration of ESG throughout the company’s investment processes. Kevin has a proven and successful track record focused on creating value through informed strategic planning, governance, and tactical operational implementation for numerous top, mid-tier, and junior mining companies. He has worked directly for or consulted to, numerous mining companies including many of the industry’s majors such as Barrick Gold, AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields, Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton, Kinross, and De Beers and was recently the VP of Security, Sustainability & Environment for Centerra Gold.

Vincent Fréchette

Mining Engineer
Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
Mr. Frechette has graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mining Engineering from Laval University in 2010. He has been working for the Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles for more than 10 years now. One of his main responsibilities is to work closely with different mining companies in helping them navigate through Quebec’s mining Act, especially in getting extractions rights and other authorizations.

Christian Goulet

Pilote de système
Ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles
Mr. Goulet joined the Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles in 2002 as a mapping technician. Shortly after, he joined the GESTIM application team as a customer service representative. His knowledge of the system allowed him to join the development team in 2006. Since 2009, he has been a system administrator for GESTIM, working on the maintenance and development of the system.

Pierre Gratton

President and CEO
Mining Association of Canada (MAC)
Pierre Gratton was appointed President and CEO of the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) on June 1, 2011. Based in Ottawa, MAC is the national organization for the Canadian mining industry. Its members are engaged in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication. Prior to his appointment to MAC, Pierre was President and CEO of the Mining Association of British Columbia (MABC). From 1999-2008, Mr. Gratton served as Vice President, Sustainable Development and Public Affairs for the Mining Association of Canada (MAC). In this capacity, he was instrumental in the development of Towards Sustainable Mining, MAC’s flagship program that is gaining international recognition and adoption.

Matt Halliday

President, COO and VP Exploration
Canada Silver Cobalt Works
Mr. Halliday graduated from Dalhousie University in 2007 where he majored in Earth Sciences then spent the next 13 years in exploration and as a resource geologist with Kirkland Lake Gold, First Cobalt and SGS Geostat. Matt is a member of the PGO and is a Qualified Person for Exploration and Resource Development. Matt is passionate about opportunities in the Cobalt Camp and is focussed on developing world class projects in the silver and battery metals space.

Jean-Marc Lacoste

Monarch Mining Corporation
Jean-Marc Lacoste earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from McGill University in Montreal. In 1993 Mr. Lacoste started a career in finance at the Montreal Stock Exchange where he worked for National Bank Financial and, subsequently, Merrill Lynch Canada. In 2000 he left Montreal for Toronto to join Northland Power, a wind power energy corporation, as Vice President of Acquisitions. He returned to Montreal in 2002 where he joined the boards of a few public and private companies. From 2004 to 2010, he took a major role in Golden Goose Resources Inc. where he became President and CEO and COB. Mr. Lacoste has great leadership skills and will be a tremendous asset for Monarch Mining Corporation.

Jonathan Lafontaine

Mining exploration Monitor
Ministère des Ressources naturelles
M Jonathan Lafontaine started his current role as the Mining exploration activity monitor for the ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles in August 2020. M Lafontaine graduated with a B.Sc. in geology from Laval University in 2001 including an academic exchange with the University of Alberta, and graduated with a M.Sc. in geology from the University of New Brunswick in 2007. He began his professional career in Saskatchewan for a uranium exploration and mining company and pursued professional interests as a geologist in New Brunswick, Quebec and Saskatchewan. Among his successes, he contributed to the discovery of the Matoush project, Quebec’s discovery of the year in 2008, which helped him convince the IAEA to now recognize it as a new deposit type. Between 2013 and 2020, he has assumed several different roles in the fields of corporate development and mining investments, and he managed technical committees in the field of hydrogen standardization at both the international and Canadian levels for ISO and SCC respectively, with hydrogen a significant path in the field in electrification. Since the beginning of his career, he has been involved with several commodities and numerous projects representing the entire mineral development process. M Lafontaine is a registered professional in Québec, du New-Brunswick and Saskatchewan.

Brian McEwen

VP Exploration and Development
Golden Arrow Resources Corporation
Mr. McEwen is a professional geologist with more than 30 years of exploration and production experience in open-pit and underground mining projects and operations. The extent of his experience is global in managing numerous projects in Canada, US, Europe, Asia, Africa and throughout Latin America. Mr. McEwen's previous roles include more than a decade with MRDI (AMEC Peru) where he was responsible for project management, economic resource and reserve calculations for various precious and base metal companies worldwide, including BHP Billiton, CM Antamina, Teck, Hochschild and Phelps Dodge among others.

James Moorhead

Resident Geologist
Ministère de l’Énergie et des ressources naturelles du Québec
James Moorhead has worked since 1988 at the mining division of the Ministère de l’Énergie et des ressources naturelles du Québec, first as a mapping geologist then as the resident geologist for the Val-d’Or office. Since 1995, he works as the scientific advisor at the Direction de l’acquisition des connaissances géoscientifiqes where he coordinates the yearly geoscientific surveys, the five year plans for these surveys and research projects with universities. He graduated with a bachelor and a master degrees in geological sciences from McGill University in 1983 and 1988.

Vince Osbourne

CFO and Corporate Secretary
Lomiko Metals
Belinda Labatte, CFA, MBA, ICD.D, has more than 15 years of senior management experience in mining and the extractive industry, and 20 years of capital markets experience, including a decade of strategic development, capital markets investment banking experience, stakeholder engagement, and asset acquisition and disposition processes. Her most recent position was Chief Development Officer of Mandalay Resources Corp. Prior to that, Ms. Labatte was the founder and President of her own Company, The Capital Lab Inc., a leading Toronto-based consulting firm. Ms. Labatte is fluent in French, Spanish and German and graduated from the Rotman School of Management with an MBA. She holds the ICD.D designation and is CFA charterholder. Ms. Labatte serves as independent director of GCM Mining Corp and Star Royalties Ltd.

Stephen G. Roman

President and CEO
Global Atomic Corporation
Stephen G. Roman is the founder, Chairman, President and CEO of Global Atomic Corporation, and was previously the President & CEO of TSX listed Harte Gold Corp. Mr. Roman has successfully identified, financed, developed, and brought into commercial production many mining and oil and gas projects in the past 40 years and notably he was the founder, Co-Chairman and Director of Gold Eagle Mines Ltd., that was acquired by Goldcorp Inc. for $1.5 Billion in 2008. Previously he was a Policy Advisor to the Minister of National Defence, Canada, spearheaded the privatization of two major petrochemical companies in Central Europe, was Director and VP Exploration of Denison Mines Limited and was instrumental in the initial creation and leadership of Gabriel Resources, Belo Sun Mining, Exall Energy, Silvermet and Polar Star Mining among others. Mr. Roman received the “Bill Dennis Award” for Canadian Mineral Discovery from the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) in March 2016.

Gordana Slepcev

Chief Operating Officer
Lomiko Metals
Gordana Slepcev, M.Sc.P. Eng, is a Professional Mining Engineer with more than 25 years of global mining experience in developing, building and leading safe mining operations. Ms. Slepcev’s extensive experience spans multiple commodities, including gold, base metals, coal and industrial minerals. She brings considerable experience in mineral exploration, permitting, corporate and regulatory/First Nations/ Indigenous relations, and project financing to Lomiko. Before joining the Company, Ms. Slepcev held the position of COO for BMSI, a privately held company, where she was responsible for restarting the barite reprocessing facility, mitigating historical environmental impacts and overseeing EPCM contractors. She also formerly held the role of COO of Anaconda Mining, where she was responsible for the company’s operations and development of the Goldboro project. Ms. Slepcev graduated from the University of Belgrade with a M.Sc. and is the Chair of the Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM).

Stephan Theben

Managing Principal and Mining Sector Lead
SLR Consulting
Stephan is a Managing Principal and Mining Sector lead for the Canadian operations. He has provided engineering and environmental services for over 25 years for mining and other projects in over 25 countries in North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. His experience includes work with prefeasibility and feasibility studies, closure and remediation planning, EPCM, site construction, Environmental Assessments (EAs), management plans, environmental permitting and stakeholder consultation.

R. Kim Tyler

President, CEO, and Director
Stratabound Minerals Corp.
Mr. Tyler is a mining and exploration professional with over 40 years of progressive management and executive experience in gold, base metals and industrial minerals with companies including Vale, Rio Tinto, Royal Oak Mines and Cominco Ltd. Mr. Tyler’s technical expertise, besides mineral exploration, includes mine operations management in both open pit and underground mining operations. Mr. Tyler is a Professional Geoscientist registered in both British Columbia and Ontario. He has worked within both junior and major mining and exploration environments.

Mitchell J. Vanderydt

Chief Executive Officer
Northgold AB
Mitch has 14 years’ experience in the metals and mining space, including 10 years as an engineering consultant focused on mining project development, followed by three years as a mining analyst at an investment bank in Toronto and more than one year in his current role of CEO at Northgold AB. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from Western University in Canada, a P.Eng. License in Ontario, and a mining-focused MBA from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto.

Shawn Wallace

Chief Executive Officer & Chair
Torq Resources
Mr. Wallace has been involved in all aspects of the mining industry, from mineral exploration and project management, to financing, mergers & acquisitions and corporate development. Over the past 30 years, Mr. Wallace has been instrumental in building numerous high-quality mineral exploration, development and production companies, including co-founding Cayden Resources, which was acquired by Agnico Eagle Mines for $205M. Mr. Wallace is also Chair and Director of Coppernico Metals.

The Next Global Mining Symposium Starts In



Opening Remarks

10:00am EST

Keynote Speaker | Catherine Boggs

Catherine Boggs, Chairperson, Hecla Mining Company

10:10am EST

Investor Presentation | Namibia Critical Metals

Darrin Campbell, President, Namibia Critical Metals Inc.

11:00am EST

Investor Presentation | Equity Metals Corporation

Robert MacDonald, Vice President of Exploration, Equity Metals Corporation

11:15am EST

Investor Presentation | Nicola Mining

Peter Espig, President, CEO & Director, Nicola Mining

11:30am EST

Investor Presentation | Pivotal Metals

Steven Turner, Managing Director, Pivotal Metals

11:45am EST

Keynote Speaker | Luca Giacovazzi

Luca Giacovazzi, CEO, Wyloo Metals

12:00pm EST

Corporate Presentation | AME

Kendra Johnston, President & CEO, Association for Mineral Exploration BC

12:40pm EST

Investor Presentation | NGEx Minerals

Wojtek Wodzicki, President & CEO, NGEx Minerals

12:45pm EST

Investor Presentation | Canagold Resources

Katalin Kilofliski, CEO, Canagold Resources Ltd.

1:00pm EST

Investor Presentation | White Gold Corp.

Paul Pint, Investor Relations Consultant, White Gold Corp.

1:15pm EST

Keynote Speaker | Randy Smallwood

Randy Smallwood, President & CEO, Wheaton Precious Metals / Chairman of the Board, World Gold Council

1:30pm EST

Closing remarks

2:10pm EST


Thought Leadership Partner

Presenting Sponsors

Past Speakers

Ross Beaty

Pan American Silver

Sean Boyd

Vice-Chairman and CEO
Agnico Eagle Mines Limited

Paul Brink

President and CEO
Franco-Nevada Corp.

Mark Bristow

President and CEO

Robert Friedland

Executive co-Chairman and Founder
Ivanhoe Mines

Patrice Merrin

Independent Non-Executive Director
Glencore plc

Peter Marrone

Executive Chairman
Yamana Gold

Pierre Lassonde

Franco-Nevada Corp.

David Harquail

Franco-Nevada Corp.

Donald R. Lindsay

President and CEO
Teck Resources Limited

Daniella Dimitrov

Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
IAMGOLD Corporation

Lukas Lundin

Lundin Group of Companies

Eira Thomas

President and CEO
Lucara Diamond Corp

Clive Johnson

President, CEO and Director
B2Gold Corp.

Catherine Gignac

Cameco Corporation

Ingrid Hibbard

CEO and Director
Pelangio Exploration Inc.

John Hathaway

Managing Director, Senior Portfolio Manager
Sprott Asset Management

Joe Foster

Portfolio Manager and Gold Strategist

Margot Naudie

Vice President
Marret Asset Management Inc.

David Elliot

Vice-President and Director
Haywood Securities

Louise Pearce

Global Managing Partner, Mining

David Rosenberg

President, Chief Economist and Strategist
Rosenberg Research & Associates Inc.


Anthony Vaccaro

President, The Northern Miner Group

Welcome back to all of our loyal subscribers and investor audience…and for those of you that are discovering TNM’s Global Mining Symposium for the first time, we hope that you will tune in to see what has made this a unique event over the last three years.

As the tensions over the Ukraine mount, geopolitical risk is taking center stage and when that is combined with robust demand forecasts for critical metals and the uncertain supply projections, it is without hyperbole that I can say now more than ever is a crucial time to ensure you are getting the best inputs into your investment decisions. The Northern Miner team has assembled a World Class group of leaders to bring you just that so that you can better understand what a changing world order can mean to the mining and metals space.

We offer a heartfelt thanks the industry leaders that support this endeavour by continuing to dedicate their time to join us and share their outlooks. The Q1 edition is bringing you a roster headlined by industry leaders including Mark Cutifani, Ian Telfer, Martin Lokanc from the World Bank & Britt Bluemel, just to name a few as well as, an incredible ESG focused panel, sponsored by Onyen.

Guiding the conversation will be our cast of leading journalists, whose expertise lets them ask all the right questions, but if they don’t cover something you need to know, no worries, you the delegate can ask because as always the Global Mining Symposium is fully live, unlike most other virtual events.

And of course, as always, we are bringing you a suite of exciting juniors that are poised to accomplish some big things in the year ahead as they are advancing some of the industry’s best projects, and can share their innovative technologies that will help them drive value in the coming year.

We look forward to our hosting our engaged audience and responding to your excellent questions and comments for our team and for our guests.

We look forward to hosting you on February 23 & 24, 2022 as well as, our Q2 Symposium taking place May 25 & 26th, 2022, with the the Q3 Symposiums coming in September. Perhaps most exciting of all we will be back to hosting the Symposium in London, UK at Canada House for Q4, which will be a hybrid format of in-person as well as, virtually, so we can continue to keep the global engagement.

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