Geological Advisory Team

Charlie Greig
Tom Weis
James A. Rogers

Photo Credit: Charlie Greig
..looking from HSOV across the Mandy valley to C10 Prospect

Charlie Greig

P. Geo

Charlie Greig is a geologist with over thirty years of experience in the exploration industry. His main area of expertise is in geologic mapping, particularly as it applies to mineral exploration, and he has worked on exploration projects from grass-roots to development.

Charlie has mapped, or worked on, a number of projects which have subsequently been put into production, including La India in Mexico (Grayd–Agnico Eagle), Wolverine in Yukon (Atna-Westmin, Yukon Zinc), Alamo Dorado in Mexico (Corner Bay-Pan American Silver), and Bisha in Eritrea (Nevsun). He has also worked on a number of advanced exploration projects which are not yet mines, but which have either reached an advanced stage of exploration, are in development, or have had a significant history of mining. These include: Brucejack Lake (Pretivm), Asmara (Emba Derho, Adi Nefas, and Debarwa, for Sunridge Gold), Red Mountain (Lac Minerals, Seabridge), Casino (Western Copper and Gold), and Silbak Premier-Big Missouri (Westmin, Ascot Resources).

Tom Weis

Chief Geophysicist

Tom Weis has 37 years of geophysical experience in the exploration, engineering and environmental industries worldwide. He is experienced in airborne, ground and borehole geophysical techniques. Tom was formerly the Chief Geophysicist for Newmont Mining (worldwide) and Normandy Mining (Australia and worldwide)

James A. Rogers

P. Geo

Mr. Rogers is a registered Professional Geoscientist (Ontario & BC) with over 30 years of experience in the Canadian mining industry. Until recently, Mr. Rogers was a Director, President and CEO of Mega Precious Metals Inc. and prior to that, he was the Regional Exploration Manager for Goldcorp Inc. located in Ontario’s Red Lake Gold Camp.

Mr. Rogers was awarded the CIM Professional Proficiency medal in 1988 when he was Chief Mine Geologist at Dickenson Mine, predecessor to the current Red Lake Gold Mines. The first exploration drill holes into what ultimately became Goldcorp‘s High Grade Gold Zone were drilled on Mr. Rogers’ watch. From 1994 to 2003, Jim was Chief Geologist at the Eskay Creek Mine where he was part of the team that received the E.A. Schultz Award for Mine Development.