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John G. Haag, C.A.

Chartered Accountant from 1975 to 2003 for an international accounting firm. Currently an Independent Financial Consultant from 2003 to present.

Bruce W. Downing, M.Sc. P.Geo

A graduate of Queens University (B.Sc., 1970) and the University of Toronto (M.Sc., 1973), Bruce Downing has over 30 years of experience as a senior geologist working for several corporations and as a consultant on surface and underground gold and base metal exploration and production projects in British Columbia and around the world. His early experience centered on exploration but since 1989 his career has expanded into mining, the environment and technology. Mr. Downing was involved in the exploration and pre-production at the Windy Craggy open pit and underground massive copper sulphide deposit (British Columbia); wrote reclamation and closure plan for an open pit copper -- gold mine (British Columbia): was involved in acid rock drainage studies for the feasibility studies for the Voisey's Bay massive nickel sulphide deposit (Newfoundland) and the Petaquilla copper porphyry deposit in Panama; and worked at the Falcondo nickel laterite mine in the Dominican Republic.

He has published over 18 papers concerning exploration, computing, history, electrochemistry, environmental and technology topics and is a co-author of the online acid rock drainage course offered by Edumine. As a consultant, he is aware of the education of junior companies in regards to meeting standards and their role in the environment and has given presentations to various elementary schools. In 1983, he co-founded a software company for developing commercial geochemical programs for use in the exploration and mining industry. In 1999, he founded a high tech company (MagPower Systems) to develop the magnesium-air technology for use in fuel cell commercial products. A subsequent spin-off from this technology led to research and development in zinc electrowinning. Mr. Downing has also been involved in mining-related environmental and reclamation programs and has initiated several research and development projects, some of which have led to patents. During his time with the software and technology companies, he was involved in promotions and marketing. He has been involved with several junior mining companies as a CEO, director and consultant. He presently sits on the Geoscience Committee and Practice Review Committee of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists and is a member of several professional organizations. In 1997 the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists presented him with the Chris Westerman Award, which is the highest geoscience recognition.

James M. Dawson P.Eng.

Jim Dawson serves as President of Dawson Geological Consultants Ltd. He has been a Consulting Geologist for over forty-five years and has been a Director of Public Companies in the Mineral Resource Industry for almost thirty years. As a partner with Kerr, Dawson & Associates from 1972 to 1985, he participated in the discovery of the Blackdome Mine, Frasergold and Taurus Properties in British Columbia and the Big Horn Mine in Arizona. He was a Director of Minefinders Corp for 16 years until it was sold to Pan American Silver for $1.5 billion, a Member of Technical Advisory Board of Kaminak Gold and a Director of Wealth Minerals Ltd. He was part of the original Pan Ocean team which made the discovery of the Lac Cinquante uranium-molybdenum deposit in 1975. Jim Graduated from Memorial University with a B.Sc. in 1960 and an M.Sc. in 1963.

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