February, 2012 – present
Mr. Aliperti, a marketing professional with a 25 year record of achievement in the private sector. Mr. Aliperti first joined the Company in 2010 and was engaged in corporate development. In 2011 he managed the Company’s Italian subsidiary and was the corporate contact on all Italian matters. Mr. Aliperti joined the board of directors in February 2012, where he played a key role in commencing the restructure of the Company. In July 2013, Mr. Aliperti was appointed President & CEO of the Company. As CEO, Mr. Aliperti has been pivotal in the reorganization of the Company’s business including the reduction of overheads, and the creation of new strategic plans which includes the acquisition of the Kirkham Property and Mt Dunn Property.
Mr. Lever has been a Certified Management Accountant since 1991, and has extensive experience in senior financial roles with private and public companies in Canada. He has more than 20 years experience after beginning his career with the chartered accountant firm of Touche & Ross Co. Jon has been involved with several resource companies including roles as CFO of Tournigan Gold Corp, Wealth Minerals Ltd and Finavera Wind Energy.
David DuPre is a professional geologist with over 45 years of experience in mineral and petroleum exploration, major project management and corporate administration of public companies. Mr. DuPre has worked and collaborated with both major and junior mining companies in projects spanning North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Mr. DuPre brings a disciplined scientific approach to mineral exploration using his excellent managerial skills. Since 1988, he has concentrated his efforts in the “Golden Triangle” area of Northwestern British Columbia. While President of Firesteel Resources, he acquired the ROK Property (adjacent to the Red-Chris Mine) and the Copper Creek property in the very active Sheslay Camp. He was intimately involved in the discovery of the Eskay Creek mine as project manager while at Keewatin Engineering – a major Mining Consultancy that he co-founded.
DR. DAVE WEBB
February, 2014 – present
Dr. Dave Webb is a Director. Dr. Webb is a Registered Professional Geologist with over 30 years of experience in mineral exploration, development and production in Canada and internationally. He holds a B.A.Sc. in engineering from the University of Toronto, a M.Sc. in Geological Sciences from Queen’s University and a Ph.D. in Geological Sciences from the University of Western Ontario. During his tenures as president of both public and private companies, projects have been developed from pre-discovery to production. During this period companies under Dr. Webb’s management have raised over $70 million in development funds.
February, 2012 – present
Mr. Sikich brings over two decades of business experience in both private enterprise and with public companies to the Metallis team. He is the owner of a real estate company currently employing over 150 people with sales of several hundred million dollars annually. Mr. Sikich has demonstrated strength in business management and execution of critical paths and business plans.
Nickolas Dudek graduated with an Honors BSc. in Earth Science from McGill University in 2014 and completed his MSc. from the University of Ottawa in 2017. During his career Mr. Dudek has worked across a diverse set of commodities and has worked on projects both abroad and throughout Canada. Companies he has worked with include Evergold Corp., Bitterroot Resources, Kodiak Copper Corp., and Amarc Resources Ltd. In 2017 Mr. Dudek joined C.J. Greig & Associates Ltd. and was a critical part of GT Gold’s discovery team in the following years, where he logged core, interpreted oriented core and hyperspectral data, managed the logging database and was a primary 3D modeler. His work with Metallis will center around the upcoming 2022 drill program, with a particular focus on developing a geologic model and framework for the Hawilson porphyry complex.
Charlie Greig is a geologist with forty years of geological experience, mainly in the exploration industry. He has worked on exploration projects, mainly as a mapper, ranging from grassroots to development. Charlie has mapped, or worked on, several projects which have subsequently been taken to 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), Bisha (Nevsun) and Emba Derho (Sunridge Gold) in Eritrea, and Brucejack (Pretivm) in B.C. He has also worked on a number of other advanced exploration projects including Asmara (Adi Nefas, and Debarwa, for Sunridge Gold), Red Mountain (Lac Minerals, Seabridge, IDM, Ascot), Casino (Western Copper and Gold), Silbak Premier-Big Missouri (Westmin, Ascot Resources), and the recently discovered Saddle North porphyry Cu-Au and Saddle South epithermal Au-Ag zones for GT Gold, for which he was awarded the 2020 H.H. “Spud” Huestis Award, by AME (the Association for Mineral Exploration of British Columbia) for significant contributions to enhancing the mineral resources of BC and the Yukon Territory.
STEPHEN WETHERUP BSC., P.GEO.
Mr. Wetherup is a structural and economic geologist with over 20 years of global exploration experience. He has worked for Fox Geological Consultants, Phelps Dodge Corporation of Canada and as a consulting geologist for numerous exploration companies including Freeport-McMoran. He is currently the Vice President Geology with Caracle Creek International Consulting and the Vice-President of Exploration for Commander Resources Ltd.
Dr. Farhad Bouzari
Dr. Bouzari obtained his Ph.D. from Queen’s University in 2003. Over the past 25 years he has worked extensively on porphyry and allied deposits, their features and establishing techniques to improve exploration decision-making. Since 2006 he has been Research Associated with the Mineral Deposit Research Unit – MDRU. His experience lays with the anatomy and evolution of porphyry systems particularly their distal and deep features and application of mineralogical and geochemical techniques in exploration targeting. Dr. Bouzari’s experience includes research on various regions and deposits in British Columbia such as Copper Mountain, Woodjam, Highland Valley Copper, Mount Polley, Mount Milligan and Red Chris. Currently, Dr. Bouzari is the principle investigator of the MDRU’s project on porphyry vectoring techniques in advanced argillic altered rocks of British Columbia.
Dr. Michelle Campbell
Dr. Campbell obtained her Ph.D. in economic geology from Oregon State University in 2020, and her M.Sc. in geological sciences from UBC in 2012. She has worked for several different mineral exploration companies in Canada and Australia during the last 14 years. Since 2013, Dr. Campbell has worked in British Columbia’s Golden Triangle and her Ph.D. research focused on the magmatic evolution, hydrothermal alteration, and geochronology of Seabridge Gold’s KSM porphyry Au-Cu-Mo-Ag district. Dr. Campbell’s expertise includes the interpretation and modelling of geochemical, shortwave infrared, and mineralogical data in porphyry-copper systems.
Mr. McIntosh has a B.Sc. and over 25 years of mineral exploration experience. Andrew has worked for companies such as Teck, Cominco, BHP and Highland Valley Copper along with the Geological Survey of Canada. He has also provided consulting services to numerous companies as a geologist and data specialist. He has worked for McElhanney since 2001, where he is currently a project manager for GIS, LiDAR mapping, and geological data services.
DR. PETER LIGHTFOOT
Dr. Lightfoot serves as a Technical Advisor / Consultant to Metallis Resources Inc. He brings over 25 years of experience in the exploration of Nickel-sulphide deposits. As Chief Geologist with Vale Base Metals, Peter was responsible for technical aspects of the exploration programs at Sudbury, Thompson, and Voisey’s Bay and tracking the developments in understanding of the geology and global supply of metals from Nickel-sulphide and laterite deposits. Peter received his B.A. from Oxford University in 1980, his M.Sc. degree from the University of Toronto in 1982, and his Ph.D. from the Open University in 1985. Following post-doctoral studies at the University of Toronto, he joined the Ontario Geological Survey in 1987, and worked extensively on Sudbury. As an Adjunct Professor at University of Toronto, he undertook a joint research project on the Noril’sk Deposits in Russia. In 1996, Peter joined Inco as Senior Geologist and worked on Inco’s Voisey’s Bay and international project generation. With Vale’s acquisition of Inco in 2006, he worked with a team of technical experts responsible for generative international projects. In 2010, Peter returned to work on Canadian ore deposits including Vale’s operations in Sudbury, Thompson, and Voisey’s Bay. For 25 years, Peter through his linkages to industry, government and academia has been positioned to develop and assemble the ideas presented in his recent book on the Sudbury Ni-Cu-Co-PGE sulphide ore deposits and impact melts. Peter is the Hutchinson Visiting Industry professor at the University of Western Ontario, and he is currently providing technical support through his company, Lightfoot Geoscience Inc., with a strong emphasis on exploration programs focused on magmatic Nickel-Copper-PGE in the Eskay Rift, Northwest BC, Canada.
Lawrence Roulston is a mining professional with over 35 years of diverse hands-on experience. He recently founded WestBay Capital Advisors, providing business advisory and capital markets expertise to the junior and mid-tier sectors of the mining industry. From 2014-2016 Lawrence was President of Quintana Resources Capital, which provided resource advisory services for US private investors. Before Quintana, he was a mining analyst and consultant, as well as the editor of “Resource Opportunities”, an independent investment publication focused on the mining industry. Prior to this, Lawrence was an analyst or executive with various companies in the resources industry, both majors and juniors. He has graduate-level training in business and holds a B.Sc. in geology.