Nexus Gold Corp is a Canadian-based gold exploration and development company.
Nexus Gold – Canada
Nexus currently has 100% ownership of five prospective gold exploration projects across multiple jurisdictions in Canada.
Our flagship Canadian asset is the McKenzie Gold Project, located in the heart of Red Lake, Ontario, one of the world’s most productive and high-profile gold mining locations. McKenzie is a 1,348-hecatre exploration project where early exploration work has turned up multiple high-grade samples up to 331 g/t gold.
The New Pilot Gold Project is a 509-hecatre gold-copper exploration prospect with strong historical results, located in the historic Bridge River Mining Camp, in BC’s prolific Bralorne district, site of multiple and prolific past producing mines. Historic sampling has produced multiple samples over 100 g/t gold.
Nexus also controls over 3,000-hectares of gold-copper exploration in Newfoundland. The over 2,000-hecatre GB Gold Copper Project, aka “Gummy Bear”, contains multiple showings of anomalous gold, copper and graphite. The Bauline and Black Ridge projects (over 800-ha) feature historical sample grades up to 15 g/t gold, 12 % copper and 143 g/t silver.
Nexus Gold – West Africa
The West Africa portfolio consists of five projects in various stages of development (over 750 square kilometers of ground) in Burkina Faso, a gold-rich country that features dozens of producing mines operated by some of the world’s largest gold companies.
The Nexus flagship project in Burkina Faso is the Bouboulou Gold Concession, a 38.8 sq-km (3,800+ hectares) advanced stage exploration project. Historic drilling by Roxgold Inc., and more recently by Nexus, has established no less than five mineralized zones with significant gold intercepts of both length and grade. Nexus plans on additional drill programs with the goal of establishing a maiden resource.
The 100%-owned Dakouli 2 Gold Project is a 98-sq km concession with abundant and active artisanal workings. Initial sampling programs have returned several high-grade assays with the presence of coarse, nuggety, visible gold.
The 100%-owned 190.53 sq-km (19,053-hectare) Manzour-Dayere gold exploration permit is located on the Boromo Greenstone belt, 325 km south west of the capital city of Ouagadougou, near the Ghana border. Historical exploration has produced high-grade sampling results.
Nexus also controls the 178-sq km Niangouela Gold Concession, which has hosted successful drill programs in the past, and recently the company optioned it’s 250-sq km Rakounga Gold Concession to Kruger Gold, who in turn were acquired by Arbor Metals. The option agreement calls for $1M CDN in payments to Nexus and $1.25M CDN in work commitments over four years to earn a 75% interest in the project.
President, CEO & Director
Mr. Klenman brings over 30 years of business development, finance, marketing, media and corporate communications experience to his lead role with Nexus. He served as Vice President, Corporate Finance for Columbia Star Resources, the precursor of Nexus Gold, from 2012 through 2015, and subsequently as Chairman and Chief Operating Officer of the company from 2015 through May 1, 2018. He has held senior management and board positions in both the public and private sectors, and currently sits on the boards of multiple public companies. Prior to 2012, Mr. Klenman also served as a communications consultant for several TSX Venture listed resource companies, including Roxgold Inc., Integra Gold, Forum Uranium, Midnight Sun Mining, and others. In addition, Mr. Klenman also spent ten years in broadcasting, which included notable board positions with CKVU Television in Vancouver and Canwest Pacific Television. He is also currently president & CEO of Azincourt Energy Corp. (TSX.V: AAZ).
J. Ian Stalker
Non-Executive Chairman & Director
Mr Stalker has more than 45 years of development and operational mining experience in countries around the world, including over a decade working in West Africa. Among his many senior executive positions, he was Managing Director of Ashanti Goldfields Co. Limited (later to become AngloGold Ashanti); Vice President of Gold Fields Ltd., at one point the world’s fourth largest gold producer; and Chief Executive Officer & Director of Brazilian Gold Corp., among others. He was also Chief Executive Officer of UraMin, a publicly-listed uranium company, from 2005 through 2007, when it was acquired by Areva for $2.5 billion.
Among his current titles, Mr. Stalker, President & CEO of LSC Lithium, and Director with K92 Mining Inc., a TSXV listed company that is operating a high-grade gold mine in Papua New Guinea. In January 2019, LSC Lithium announced it had accepted a $111 million buyout offer.
Mr. Stalker has successfully managed over ten mining projects through feasibility study, development and construction phases. Among those companies he has held senior management positions he has overseen significant market cap growth. Over the past decade he has been active in multiple M&A initiatives and has been directly involved in the raising of over $500-million in capital investment for mining projects around the world.
Warren Robb, P. Geo
Senior VP, Exploration & Director
Mr. Robb graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1987 with a Bachelor of Science in Geology and brings over 25 years of mineral exploration experience to Nexus Gold Corp. Mr. Robb has worked for both senior and junior mining companies and has extensive operational and drill program management experience ranging from small preliminary testing to expansive programs for ore reserve definition to mining operations. Mr. Robb has managed exploration programs for precious and base metals throughout Canada, the United States, China, Africa and South America. In 2012, Mr. Robb served as Chief Geologist for Roxgold Inc., where he supervised both field exploration and the diamond drilling program on the company’s Bissa West and Yaramoko gold projects in Burkina Faso, West Africa.
Chief Financial Officer
Ms. Kropivnitski is a highly-qualified certified general accountant with over 15 years of practice experience, mainly with public companies listed on the Canadian Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange. Ms. Kropivnitski has served as CFO for public companies with a combined market capitalization approaching $80 million. She has been involved in all areas of financial reporting, corporate finance, and related aspects of regulatory compliance. She has extensive international experience in the resource sector. Zula received her Certified General Accountant professional accounting designation from the Certified General Accountants Association of British Columbia and later obtained her ACCA designation from the Association of Chartered Accountants based in London, UK. She holds a Masters of Mathematics and Economics degree from Russia.
Jean Claude Ouedraogo, BAA
Mr. Jean Claude Ouedraogo is a graduate of the University of Quebec, Montreal, Canada. For the past 20 years in both Canada and Africa he has served as a director for several private companies in the mineral and resource sector. In 2011, he held the position of country manager in Burkina Faso for Roxgold, Inc. In this capacity, he assisted in the operations of company projects notably the discovery and development at Yaramoko, while maintaining good relations with the various government ministries responsible for mining and exploration.
Mr. Stevens is a CFA charter holder with over ten years’ experience in the capital markets, first as an Investment Analyst with Salman Partners Inc., then as a merchant and investment banker. While at Salman Partners, Mr. Stevens became a top-rated analyst by StarMine on July 17, 2007 for the metals and mining industry.
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