Mr. Lebel is Chairman of Imperial Metals. He also serves as a director of HomEquity Bank, West Kirkland Mining Inc., Maple Gold Mines Ltd., Business Council of British Columbia and Lions Gate Hospital Foundation, and he is a former director of the MABC and MAC.
Mr. Moeller is President of Kimball Capital Corporation, a private company based in Calgary, Alberta. Mr. Moeller has been a director of Imperial Metals since 1994. He is also a director of Magellan Aerospace Corporation and Orbus Pharma Inc. Mr. Moeller is a Chartered Professional Accountant and a Chartered Business Valuator.
Mr. Kynoch is President of Imperial Metals, and has been a director of the Company since 1996. He has been involved in exploration, permitting, development, commissioning, operation and reclamation of numerous mines and mineral properties including Red Chris, Mount Polley, Huckleberry, Sterling, Nickel Plate, Goldstream and Castle Mountain mines. Mr. Kynoch is a Civil Engineer and a member of APEG and CIM.
Mr. Muraro, a geological engineer, has worked in the mineral exploration industry for over 45 years, including over 30 years at Cominco Ltd. as Chief Geologist and internal Consulting Geologist to the Exploration Division.
Ms. North is a director of Conifex Timber Inc. and Maple Gold Mines, and is the retired founding CEO of Northern Development Initiative Trust.
Mr. Veitch has over 22 years financial industry experience in Institutional Equity Sales. Most recently Mr. Veitch was Advisor to the CEO at an energy services company. Mr. Veitch is a strong supporter of charitable causes and was awarded the Alberta Commemorative Lieutenant Governor Community Service Medal in 2005 and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012.
Mr. Yurkowski is an engineer and consultant, and Director of Procon Mining and Tunnelling Ltd., a Vancouver based mining contract company which he founded.
- 1 Audit
- 2 Compensation
- 3 Corporate Governance & Nominating
- 4 Health & Safety
- 5 Special | Mount Polley Breach
- 6 Special | Strategic Business Restructure Alternatives