Slave Lake Zinc Corp. is based in Surrey, British Columbia and is a publicly traded company in the Canadian Securities Exchange: SLZ.
Director and Chief Executive Officer
Ritch Wigham, was a registered investment advisor in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Saskatchewan from 1979 to 2016 with Canarim (Canaccord Saskatchewan 1979 to 1984), Davidson Partners (Toronto, Ontario 1984 to 1989), Refco Futures (Vancouver, BC 1989 to 1992), C.M. Oliver (Vancouver, BC 1993 to 1999), Mackie Research Capital (Vancouver, BC 2000 to 2013) and with Global Securities Corporation (Vancouver, BC 2013 to 2016), specializing in commodities and commodity related securities. During the 1970s Mr. Wigham worked for public and government organization as a geological assistant and prospector and studied Geological Sciences for two years at the University of Saskatchewan.
Director and President
Jas Rai was a registered investment advisor in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario from 2004 to 2016. Mr. Rai specialized in the venture market including resources and tech sectors and helped companies raise money at various stages. Mr. Rai graduated from BCIT in Marketing Management in 2002.
Chief Financial Officer
Peter Cummings, is a retired chartered accountant with more than 25 years of experience as CFO of BC Hothouse Foods Inc. and subsequently of the Houweling Nurseries Group as well as more than six years of public company experience as a director and CFO. Mr. Cummings holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (1978) from the University of British Columbia.
Glen Macdonald, has been a professional geologist since 1982. Mr. Macdonald consults and manages exploration and mining development projects for major and junior mining companies. Mr. Macdonald has a BSc. (1973) from the University of British Columbia and has been a member of the Alberta Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists since 1982 and of the British Columbia Association of Professional Engineers and Geosciences since 1993. Mr. Macdonald has acted as a director of junior public companies for many years.
Maxwell Braden, has been the seasonal manager of Weaver & Devore Trading Ltd. In Yellowknife, NWT since 2015, coordinating resupply to exploration crews working out of Yellowknife in the NWT and Nunavut. Between 2002 and 2014 Mr. Braden was self-employed, providing contract staking services and preparing application for Land Use Permits including consultations for junior companies. During that period Mr. Braden was engaged in several Environmental Assessment Reviews for NWT projects. From 1991 to 2001 Mr. Braden was operations manager for Yellowknife based Northern Geophysics Ltd. and oversaw the staking of some 25 million acres for junior and major exploration - 52 -companies during the diamond play in the NWT and managed grassroots exploration programs to drilling stage.
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