Colin has worked in mineral exploration for 34 years.  After working for major mining companies for five years, Colin became a consulting geologist in 1974.  With a thorough knowledge of applied geology as it relates to mineral exploration, Colin also has extensive hands-on experience in modern geophysical and geochemical exploration techniques. 

Colin was instrumental in the discovery of the Olden Wollastonite deposit in southeast Ontario in 1986, which contains a measured resource of 2.5 million tonnes grading 29% high aspect-ratio wollastonite with an estimated gross value of $1-2 billion dollars.  Colin has served as a director and/or officer of several publicly traded mining and exploration companies. Colin received an M.A. degree in mineralogy and petrology from the University of Cambridge and a Ph.D. in geology from the University of Edinburgh. 

For the past 37 years, Gerry has worked extensively with multiple exploration and mining organizations, including Taiga Consultants Limited, Pan Ocean Limited/Abermin Corporation, Pacific Petroleums Limited, the Saskatchewan Mining and Development Corporation and the Ontario Geological Survey (OGS).Gerry has authored and co-authored various reports on natural resources, including reports on the Beardmore-Geraldton Gold Camp area. 

Gerry has also dealt with numerous First Nation issues and provided ongoing consultations in this arena. His working knowledge of the Mining Act has been used to advise exploration clients on staking regulations, assessment work requirements and advanced exploration issues. Gerry is an active member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario and holds a Bachelor of Science (Geology) Degree from the University of Manitoba.

For the past 24 years, Rudy has been searching for new mineral discoveries, which include significant new findings in the Thunder Bay South District, which includes the Marathon–Hemlo Mining Camp. His efforts have resulted in diamond discoveries in 2008, several significant gold occurrences, discovery of a large Para Lamproite site in 2012 and, over the past 3 years, the discovery of 17 new rare earth occurrences, two uranium occurrences, two new Niobium P205 occurrences. 

In April 2020, Rudy received PDAC’s prestigious 2020 Bill Dennis Award, which honours those who have made a significant mineral discovery or made an important contribution to prospecting and/or exploration industry. 

Rodney is a senior geologist with extensive experience in exploration and production. He was most recently employed as the Geology Superintendent for the Barrick’s Williams Mine at Hemlo, Ontario (2010-2018), a position he reached after joining the company in 2001 as a Mine Geologist and rising through the ranks to Senior Production Mine Geologist (2003), Senior Resource Geologist (2006) and Chief Geologist in 2008.

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Strike Copper Corp. (“SCC”) is a junior mineral exploration company currently focused on defining and monetizing the resource potential of its Sungold property in the prolific Shebandowan Greenstone Belt in Northwestern Ontario.