Donald G. Moore

CEO & Director

Mr. Moore’s connection with the mining industry began over thirty years ago while working summers in the Dickinson Mine (Goldcorp) in Red Lake, Ontario during high school and university. Following graduation from University of Waterloo, Mr. Moore joined the Mining brokerage firm Doherty Roadhouse & McQuaig (which eventually became Midland Walwyn) in 1968, where the foundation of his experience in the Mining investment industry evolved. In 1976 he accepted the challenge of reviving the economy of the mining town of Kirkland Lake, Ontario, where, in his role of Director of Economic Development, he conceptualized, raised funds for and had implemented a number of Geo-scientific programs that became the standard for Ontario. In 1981 he continued to diversify his knowledge and involvement in the mining industry as Director and Executive Vice President of International Corona in Vancouver, B.C. where he worked with David Bell in the early stages of the development of Ontario’s prolific Hemlo gold deposits. He then launched a career as an independent consultant to the mining and mining investment industry. His expertise now includes organizing, restructuring, promoting and negotiating complex acquisitions and joint ventures for junior and senior mining companies, based in North America and in Europe.

D. Neil Briggs


Mr. Briggs has a Bachelor of Science degree in geology from the University of Durham, England. He held a senior exploration position with Falconbridge Nickel Mines Limited, during which time he established the company’s regional exploration office for the Atlantic Provinces of Canada. Starting in the early 1980’s, Mr. Briggs held senior management positions with Manitoba Mineral Resources Ltd. (MMR) ultimately serving as president from 1993-1995. While at MMR, Mr. Briggs managed the company’s 27% interest in the Trout Lake Joint Venture and annually negotiated the sale of MMR’s share of production from the 2,500 ton per day Trout Lake Mine resulting in annual revenues of some $18 million. He also represented MMR on the Board of Tantalum Mining Corporation of Canada (Tanco), North America’s only tantalum producer.

Greg Davison


Mr. Davison is a professional consulting exploration geologist, technical adviser, project generator and manager, and ore mineralogist (exploration, process and geometallurgy) currently licensed in British Columbia (EGBC). He has 42 years of practical field, laboratory and management experience in diverse geological settings and serves on the board of directors of Silver Spruce Resources Inc.

Recently, Mr. Davison worked for Teck Metals Ltd. at its Trail, B.C., applied research and technology group. In that role, he worked on volcanogenic massive sulphide copper-zinc-lead-silver-gold, porphyry copper and copper-molybdenum, rift intrusion nickel-copper-platinum-group-metal (Mesaba), and stratabound lead-zinc deposits in North America and South America. He provided geological input and mineralogy for metallurgical optimization at operating mines, smelter operations and advanced exploration projects.

Mr. Davison conducted and managed mineralogy and diamond exploration testing projects for 13 years, including nine years in one the world’s largest commercial process metallurgy test facilities in Lakefield, Canada, and worked on numerous copper and nickel projects, including Raglan nickel-copper and Windy Craggy copper-cobalt.

Mr. Davison has acted as a qualified person for Playfair Mining’s technical releases and visited the RKV property, south of Trondheim, Norway, during 2019.

Ricardo Ho CPA, CGA

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Ho holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of British Columbia and a CPA, CGA designation. He has been providing accounting and consulting services to the junior mining exploration industry since 2004.