February 08, 2012Red Elephant NI 43-101 Technical Report
November 30, 2011Assessment Report on the Red Elephant Property
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Press Release - January 06, 2020
Private Mining Company FOR SALE with 40 Grams Per Tonne Gold and 95 Ounces Per Tonne Silver
Press Release December 09, 2019
Two Gold Mines Available
Press Release - November 21, 2019
World-Class Gold Mines Seeking Collective Merger or Acquisition for Cash and Stock
Press Release - November 05, 2019
Precious Metals Private Mining Company With Over 40 G/T Gold & 43-101 Is Seeking Merger Or Acquisition For Cash & Stock
Press Release - October 02, 2013
GMR Receives Acme Laboratory Results Averaging 22.6 Grams per Tonne Gold for Rock
Samples Recovered from Red Elephant Property
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Wayne Stubbington, Director
Avi Amar, Director
D. Amar, President and CEO
Mr. Amar is the president and CEO. Mr. Amar has over 35 years of extensive experience in several exploration companies in British Columbia, Canada and South America.
Wayne Stubbington - DirectorMr. Stubbington has over 40 years of accounting experience in Canada.
Avi Amar - DirectorMr. Amar has over 20 years of experience in several exploration companies in British Columbia, Canada.
GMR - Independent Qualified Person (QP)
John C. Archibald P.Geo.John C. Archibald P.Geo. is the acting independent qualified person as defined by NI 43-101. Mr. Archibald's academic credentials include a Bachelor of Science in Geology with honours, from Carleton University - 1973 - H.B.Sc., Geol., a fellow in the Geological Association of Canada (FGAC) since 1982, past memberships in C.I.M.M., O.P.A., P.D.A.C., Cdn. Geotechnical Assoc., Ontario Association of Professional Geosciences - A.P.G.O., and 2 years. in Geological Engineering at U of T, Toronto 69-71.
Mr. Archibald's experience includes (but is not limited to): Working as a senior hydro-geologist and consulting exploration geologist (P.Geo., QP, APGO) carrying project supervision, site evaluations, environmental audits, Inspector for the Ontario Provincial abandoned mines program, plant design and supervision for mineral processing; junior resource financings, tailings evaluations, soil remediation programs and qualifying and 43-101 National Instrument report- writing
Mr. Archibald's work in the environmental field with a soil/water sampling company included geotechnical soil testing, soil profiling, environmental audit sampling and phase 1-2 environmental audits with major engineering firms across Canada. He also carried out environmental baseline studies, tailings impound studies, mine hazard identification and remediation.
Mr. Archibald has supervised the preparation of the scientific and technical information that forms the basis for the mineral property disclosures on this website and has approved the disclosure herein.
GMR - Advisory Board Members:
Mike Linn - GeologistMr. Linn is a graduate of the University of British Columbia with a B.Sc. in Geology in 1970. Mr. Linn's early experience was in surface exploration projects in B.C., the Yukon, and underground at Granduc. Mr. Linn has spent many years in the Kootenay area; working for various companies, and on his own claims.
In 1988 and 1989 he worked for Roper Resources on the Abbott, Wagner and Red Elephant properties, as well as the surrounding areas. During this time a drilling program outlined some of the ore shoots at the Red Elephant.
In 1997, he worked at San Jose de Gracia in Sinaloa State, Mexico. This started with a drilling program, and ended with underground mining from 2002 to 2006. During this time Mr. Linn was in charge of the mining activities, surface workers, and trucking to the mill; managing 22 workers. At this gold mine, there were rich ore shoots along a quartz breccia fault zone; a similar system of gold mineralization associated with some copper is found at the Red Elephant mine.
In 2008, Mr Linn started a Mexican company; Minera Canvista, which now has a property optioned out, with underground drifting to begin in the winter.