Mr Pryslak is an institution in the Red Lake camp having been working in NW Ontario since the 1960s including holding increasingly senior posts as mapper and Resident Geologist in Red Lake. In addition, Mr Pryslak has held senior geological positions at major corporations, including posts with Abitibi-Price and BP Minerals and as a consulting geologist to Goldcorp and Rubicon. Mr Pryslak's 50 years experience at Red Lake includes work in recent years consulting with BTU's vendor of the Dixie Halo South project.
Alan King, B.Sc, M.Sc
Alan received a B.Sc. in geology from the University of Toronto in 1976 and an M.Sc. in geophysics from Macquarie University in 1989. From 1976 to 1990 he worked as a geophysicist in exploration and resource development in Canada and Australasia. From 1990 to 2012 he was employed by Inco /Vale as a senior geophysicist and then as Manager of Geophysics with responsibility for global exploration. As Chief Geophysicist for Vale Global Exploration Alan worked on geophysical applications for base metals, iron, manganese, coal and fertilizers (potash and phosphate) as well as target generation using regional and global data sets.
Douglas Hunter, M.Sc., P.Geo
Mr. Hunter has worked continuously in mineral exploration and mineral deposit evaluation professionally for the past 40 years. He is an Ontario registered professional geologist (APGO, 2002) and has been a member of the PDAC since 1977. Doug began his career with the Ontario Department of Mines and moved into industry in the mid 1970%u2019s. He has exploration management experience with both junior and senior mining companies throughout the world with a focus on gold and base metals.
Don Mckinnon Jr.
Mr. McKinnon has been involved in the mining exploration industry since a very young age. Son of Don McKinnon Sr., of Hemlo fame, Mr. McKinnon has been actively exploring mining properties in Ontario and internationally. This includes having been involved in managing all aspects of exploration from property acquisition and grass roots exploration, to seeing projects through to the development stage.