TSX-V: IPG $0.14 unch Gold $US 1,762.99oz -5.34 Silver $US 22.61oz -0.11 Copper $US 4.23lb


Board of Directors

Don S. Bubar, P. Geo.

Chairman of the Board

Don S. Bubar, P. Geo.

Don Bubar is a geoscientist with 40 years experience in mineral exploration and development in Canada. Mr. Bubar is a graduate of McGill University (B.Sc.1977) and Queen’s University (M.Sc.1981). From 1984 to 1994, he worked for Aur Resources Inc. as Exploration Manager and later VP, Exploration where he was involved in gold and base metal exploration on numerous projects in the Abitibi region of Quebec. This was highlighted by Aur’s discovery of the Louvicourt Copper-Zinc deposit in Val d’Or in 1989.

Since 1995, Mr. Bubar has been President and CEO of Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. (formerly Avalon Rare Metals Inc.), a mineral development company with a primary focus on technology metals, including lithium, tin, indium and the rare earths.

Mr. Bubar served as a Director of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) for nine years and Chair of its Aboriginal Affairs Committee from its creation in 2004 until retiring from the PDAC Board in 2013. He also serves on the Advisory Board to the Faculty of Science of McGill University and recently joined the Board of Directors of Mining Matters, a not-for-profit organization founded by PDAC to promote geoscience education and mining industry awareness to grade school students in Canada.

Peter J. Cashin, P.Geo.

President & CEO, Director

Peter is a respected minerals industry executive with over 35 years experience in all facets of the Canadian mining exploration and development sector. Mr. Cashin obtained his Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of New Brunswick in 1979 and a Masters of Science degree in Mineral Exploration from McGill University in 1985. Most recently, prior to joining Imperial Mining Group, Peter was the President & CEO of Peak Mining Corporation from April 2015 to the present and the President & CEO of Quest Rare Minerals Ltd between January 2008 and April 2015. It was with Quest that Peter and his exploration team was credited with the discovery of the Strange Lake B-Zone heavy rare earth deposit in northeastern Quebec in 2009, considered the largest deposit of it’s type in the world outside of China. He lead the company through the advance development stages of the deposit and was acknowledged for this exploration and deposit development success with the awarding by the Quebec Mineral Exploration Association with their 2010 Quebec Prospector of the Year Award. Peter was born and raised in Montreal and currently lives with his family in Burlington, Ontario.

Mr. Cashin has been a Practicing Professional Geoscientist with the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO) since 2008.

Martin Nicoletti, CPA CGA

Corporate Secretary

Mr. Martin Nicoletti is a certified public accountant with 28 years of experience. He graduated from the Quebec University in Trois-Rivières in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration option accounting. He is the president of SKTM Financial Corporation Ltd. He currently serves as the chief financial officer for several public mining companies.

Steven Brunelle


Mr. Brunelle is a graduate in geological sciences from Queen’s University with over 30 years of exploration and management experience of Canadian and international exploration projects. Mr. Brunelle was an Officer and Director of Corner Bay Silver Inc. and played an integral part in the discovery and assessment of the Alamo Dorado silver-gold project in Sonora, Mexico. Corner Bay Silver (TSX) was merged with Pan American Silver Corp. in 2003. Mr. Brunelle was a founder, Officer and Director of Stingray Copper Inc. that took the El Pilar Copper Property, Sonora to feasibility after which Stingray was acquired by Mercator Minerals Ltd. in a plan of arrangement in December 2009. Mr. Brunelle is currently a Director of Rio Silver Inc., Duran Ventures Inc., Klondike Gold Corp. and Eagle Graphite Inc.

Philippe Cloutier, P.Geo.


Philippe Cloutier, P.Geo., holds a B.Sc. in Geology from the University of Montreal in 1986 and a certificate in Human Resource Management at University of Quebec Abitibi-Temiskaming and has over 25 years of experience in the mining exploration and development business. Mr. Cloutier is currently the President & CEO of Cartier Resources Inc. and had previously worked for industry leaders such as Noranda Inc., Aur Resources Inc., and Soquem.

Philippe played a significant role in the discovery and delineation of the Bell-Allard South Cu-Zn Mine (3.4 Mt @ 1.26 % Cu, 13.94 % Zn, 0.67g/t Au, 42.34g/t Ag) in Matagami, Quebec.

Since September 2002, he serves as member of the Order of Geologist professional inspection committee.

Siri Genik


Siri has over 25 years working on major capital projects around the world. She has also worked in Canada and the Arctic. Working at the level of project development and project delivery, Siri brings to the table on-the-ground experience in the integration of international workforce, local communities and indigenous communities, aligning governments, industry and civil society. Siri has consistently worked with the Board Room and the Project Delivery teams, bridging gaps and creating vision through strategic leadership. It is Siri's experience with Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and stakeholder negotiations that will be particularly valuable as community engagement becomes a more critical component of Imperial's exploration and development work.

Siri is a lawyer, member of the Bar of Québec, as well as a qualified mediator. She is fluent in English, French and Spanish. Siri is a Canadian and her family is from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She was born in Bogotá, Colombia, and grew up in South America, Africa, France, Spain and the UK. During her career she has worked throughout the Americas, Asia, Australasia, as well as Canada and the Arctic.

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