Alain BureauAlain Bureau has Canadian Armed Forces officer training and an engineering degree from the Royal Military College of Canada. He has worked in the mining and construction industry in Canada and Latin America for over 20 years. He was involved in sizeable international projects in Chile, Peru, Venezuela and the Dominican Republic, and acted as the plant construction manager during the acclaimed construction of the Pinos Altos mine for Agnico Eagle in Mexico. Mr. Bureau was President and CEO of Pershimco Resources until it successfully merged with Orla Mining Ltd. to create a new gold company in a transaction valued at over $200 million. Mr. Bureau is currently a resident of Panama, and remains highly involved in the mining industry in Latin America as a member of the Mining Chamber of Panama and Vice President of the Panama-Canada Chamber of Commerce.
Robin PhinneyRobin L. Phinney, P.Eng., earned a chemical engineering degree at Lakehead University. Early in his career he acquired valuable experience in plant engineering, process development, product development and sales and marketing, namely from Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan and Kaolin Industries. In 2002, he co-founded Whitemud Resources, and then served as its vice president of engineering from 2005 to 2007. In 2007, he founded Karnalyte Resources, where he was President and CEO and a director until 2014 and then as its President and Chairman and a director until 2017.
Jean MartineauJean Martineau has worked in the Canadian mining industry for more than 25 years as a director of junior exploration companies and an investment broker, and has been the CEO and President of Dynacor Gold Mines since the company was listed on the TSX in 2007. Over the last 20 years, he has focused on South America and has acquired in-depth knowledge of the management of natural resource companies in South America. His Latin American expertise has been of prime importance in the development of Dynacor Gold Mines' operations in Peru. Prior to work in the mining industry, he worked in the Pulp and Paper industry for more than 12 years, where his last assignment was in Venezuela.