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TerraX Minerals, Inc.

TerraX Minerals, Inc.

Sector: Gold Ores Region: Canada


: | TSX Venture Exchange: TXR | OTC Markets: TRXXF | Frankfurt Stock Exchange: TXO


TerraX is focused on the Yellowknife City Gold ("YCG") project which encompasses 382 sq km of contiguous land immediately north and south of the City of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories.

Through a series of acquisitions, TerraX controls one of the six major high-grade gold camps in Canada. Being within 15 km of the City of Yellowknife, the YCG is close to vital infrastructure, including transportation, service providers, hydro-electric power and skilled trades people.

The YCG lies on the prolific Yellowknife greenstone belt, covering 40 km of strike length along the main mineralized break in the Yellowknife gold district, including the southern and northern extensions of the shear system that hosted the high-grade Con and Giant gold mines. The project area contains multiple shears that are the recognized hosts for gold deposits in the Yellowknife gold district, with innumerable gold showings and recent high grade drill results that serve to indicate the project's potential as a world-class gold district.

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Executives

Joseph Campbell, P.Geo, Chairman and CEO
Joseph Campbell is a professional geologist with 36 years of experience in exploration and mining, including roles as Exploration Manager, Mine Manager and Chief Mine Geologist of various gold and base metal mines, and as Project Manager for advanced mine development projects, both open pit and underground. Much of his career has been with major mining companies, specifically Noranda and Western Mining Corporation. In 2002 he co-founded GeoVector Management Inc., a successful geoscientific consulting firm based in Ottawa.

Highlights of Mr. Campbell's career include the definition of a 250 million tonne Nickel laterite deposit in Cuba (Pinares) while Chief Geologist, and the discovery of the Meliadine gold project in Nunavut while Project Manager for a seven year period from discovery through to pre-feasibility.

In 2007, Mr. Campbell introduced Meliadine to Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. ("AEM"). He completed a pre-feasibility level scoping study on Meliadine for Agnico in early 2008, working in conjunction with AEM engineers in Val D'Or, Quebec. Agnico subsequently acquired ≈9% of Comaplex, the Company that owned Meliadine, for $46.9 Million in cash later that year. In 2010, AEM acquired the remaining 90% of Comaplex that it didn't then own for $650 Million in shares. Meliadine is now ranked as one of Agnico Eagle's largest projects in terms of reserves and resources, with a P&P Reserve of 3.3 Moz @ 7.44 g/t Au and an Indicated Resource of 3.3 Moz @ 5.06 g/t Au. They also consider it one of their "fastest growing projects with multiple high-grade zones", announcing an updated Inferred Resource of 3.5 Moz @7.65 g/t Au in March, 2015.
Stuart W. Rogers, President and Director
Stuart Rogers has been involved in the venture capital community in Vancouver since 1987. Mr. Rogers previously served as the Chief Financial Officer of TerraX from inception in 2007 until his appointment as President in October, 2016. He is the President of West Oak Capital Group, Inc., a privately held investment banking firm specializing in the early stage financing of resource projects through the junior capital markets in Canada and the United States, and has served as an officer or director of client companies listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, Toronto Stock Exchange and NASDAQ Small Cap Market.
Alan Sexton, P. Geo., M.Sc., Project Manager, Yellowknife City Gold Project
Alan Sexton is a professional geologist with 35 years of experience in mineral exploration, including roles as Senior Geologist and District Geologist of various gold and base metal projects throughout Canada and the USA. This experience is related to exploration for gold (mesothermal and epithermal), base metals (VMS, MVT and SEDEX), uranium (granite and Athabasca Basin types), granite hosted tin-tungsten and porphyry hosted gold-copper-moly.

Much of his career has been with major mining companies, specifically Kidd Creek Mines Ltd. and Western Mining Corporation (WMC) where he was the Site Manager for the Meliadine gold project in Nunavut over a seven year period from discovery through to pre-feasibility. Meliadine project is currently owned by Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. and is described in more detail above. A co-founder of GeoVector Management in Ottawa, Mr. Sexton has been the technical expert on mine development Environmental Impact Assessment reviews on several projects in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut for the Kivalliq Inuit Association (KivIA). Additional work for the KivIA has included assisting with water compensation, security bonds, mine lease, road access and surface/mineral rights negotiations. In addition, he has managed several advanced diamond drilling programs on gold projects throughout the Abitibi Greenstone Belt of northeastern Ontario and authored numerous NI 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimates.
Mark Gelmon, CPA, CA, Chief Financial Officer
Mark Gelmon attained his Chartered Accountant designation in 1995 and is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of B.C. Mr. Gelmon was appointed as Chief Financial Officer of TerraX in October, 2016. He has provided his expertise to several TSX Venture Exchange listed companies in the capacity of director, chief financial officer and consultant. His background as a CPA, CA provides the Company with the necessary skills required for financial management, liaison with financial institutions, and compliance with today's complex regulatory reporting requirements.
Paul S. Reynolds, P. Geo, Director
Mr. Reynolds is a professional geologist with 28 years of experience in mineral exploration and public company management. Mr. Reynolds was a founder and senior officer of Athlone Energy Ltd. (TSX-V: ATH) from 1994 until its sale to Daylight Resources Trust in 2008. His mineral exploration experience includes projects in northern Canada, British Columbia, the western United States, Bolivia, Argentina and Guyana. He is currently the President of Northern Freegold Resources Inc. (TSX-V: NFR).
Elif Lévesque, CPA, CGA, MBA, Director
Elif Lévesque has 19 years of experience in finance, treasury and strategic management, including 13 years in the mining industry (exploration, development/construction and operation stage). Since June 2014, she has served as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President Finance of Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd (TSX: OR). Prior to this, Ms. Lévesque was Vice president and Controller of Osisko Mining Corporation and contributed to the financial reporting and planning functions of Osisko from 2008 onwards. She was also a member of the executive team involved in corporate strategy and financing. From 2002 to 2008, she worked at Cambior Inc. which was acquired by Iamgold Corporation in 2006.

Ms. Lévesque is a member of the Ordre des Comptables Professionnels Agréés du Québec and holds an MBA with honors from Clark University, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
Dr. Tom Setterfield, P. Geo, Director
Dr. Setterfield has over 34 years of international experience and is considered an expert in IOCG, Epithermal Au and VMS deposit types. He holds a Ph.D in Geology from Cambridge University (England) and has lived and worked in Australia, Fiji and Canada as well as on assignment in several other countries. As a consultant for QGX Ltd, he was that company's first representative to visit the Golden Hills area in western Mongolia, and was integral to the decision to acquire this property, upon which an economic gold-rich VMS deposit has since been discovered. Dr. Setterfield is a co-founder of GeoVector Management and also served as VP Exploration for Monster Copper Corporation from its incorporation in 2002 to its takeover by Mega Uranium Ltd in 2007.

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