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Canadian Silver Company


Honey Badger Silver Inc

Honey Badger Silver is a silver company based in White Rock, British Columbia focused on the accretive acquisition and development of silver ounces. The company is led by a highly experienced leadership team with a track record of value creation backed by a skilled technical team. Our projects are located in areas with a long history of mining, including the Plata high grade silver project located 165 km east of Yukon’s prolific Keno Hill and our Sunrise Lake exploration property located in the Northwest Territories, 130 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife. The Company also has a significant land holding at the Nanisivik Mine Area located in Nunavut, Canada that produced over 20 Moz of silver between 1976 and 2002. Honey Badger Silver is positioned to be a top tier silver company with our unique approach of acquiring silver resources and prospective ground at low cost and adding value by targeted exploration on the steepest parts of the value-addition curve. Our objective is to demonstrate the value / prospectiveness of our silver projects in order to attract joint venture partners who will spend their money to advance our projects while we retain a royalty on the silver.




Corporate Directory

Corporate Office

Unit 1 – 15782 Marine Drive
White Rock, British Columbia  V4B 1E6

Legal Counsel

Stikeman Elliott
1700 –  666 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia  V6C 2X8

Transfer Agents

TSX Trust Company
100 Adelaide Street West, Suite 301
Toronto, ON M5H 4H1


Mission

Our mission is to produce silver and other precious metals safely, sustainably and profitably.

Vision

Our vision is to be the world’s premier silver company, creating value for our shareholders by accretive and innovative acquisition and discovery of silver resources.






VALUES

Integrity & Responsibility – Conduct business with the utmost integrity and responsibility by complying with all applicable laws and regulations.
Safety – Provide a safe, healthy, and productive work environment for our employees and contractors.
Ethics – Create equal opportunity for all by ensuring all business affairs remain free from favoritism, fear, discrimination, and / or harassment.
Shareholder Value and Reporting – Create shareholder value as well as provide complete, accurate, timely and understandable disclosure to all stakeholders, regulatory bodies, and employees.


Honey Badger Silver, Inc.’s Fiscal Year ends on Dec 31st


Executive Team


Interim CEO

Dusty L. (Dorian) Nicol

Mr. Nicol is a MIT-graduate geologist with over 47 years of experience worldwide in minerals exploration and mining. He has managed exploration programs leading to discovery of over 3,000,000 ounces of gold in North America, Latin America, central Asia and Europe. At Jerritt Canyon, Nevada, he managed the exploration program which discovered over 1,500,000 ounces of gold at a discovery cost of $18 / ounce. His exploration program at the Tulkubash oxide deposit, Kyrgyzstan, added over 600,000 ounces of gold to M&I Resource in the first year, at a discovery cost of $11.40 / ounce. In addition to Mr. Nicol’s worldwide exploration experience, he has managed the construction, development and operation of open pit and underground gold mines in Nevada and in Sinaloa, Mexico, just north of the Analog projects. Dusty has held senior corporate positions on several publicly listed companies, as a CEO, VP-Exploration, and Director. Dusty is a Professional Geologist, a Chartered Geologist (UK), and a Fellow of the Australiasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and of the Society of Economic Geologists.



CEO

Dusty L. (Dorian) Nicol

Mr. Nicol is a MIT-graduate geologist with over 47 years of experience worldwide in minerals exploration and mining. He has managed exploration programs leading to discovery of over 3,000,000 ounces of gold in North America, Latin America, central Asia and Europe. At Jerritt Canyon, Nevada, he managed the exploration program which discovered over 1,500,000 ounces of gold at a discovery cost of $18 / ounce. His exploration program at the Tulkubash oxide deposit, Kyrgyzstan, added over 600,000 ounces of gold to M&I Resource in the first year, at a discovery cost of $11.40 / ounce. In addition to Mr. Nicol’s worldwide exploration experience, he has managed the construction, development and operation of open pit and underground gold mines in Nevada and in Sinaloa, Mexico, just north of the Analog projects. Dusty has held senior corporate positions on several publicly listed companies, as a CEO, VP-Exploration, and Director. Dusty is a Professional Geologist, a Chartered Geologist (UK), and a Fellow of the Australiasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and of the Society of Economic Geologists.


CFO

Dan O’Brien

Mr. O’Brien is a member of the Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants of British Columbia and has 20 years’ experience working with public companies in the resource industry. He is also the Chief Financial Officer for a number of publicly listed exploration companies trading on the TSX-V exchange. Mr. O’Brien was previously a senior manager at a leading Canadian accounting firm where he specialized in the audit of public companies in the mining and resource sector.


Corporate Secretary

Ben Meyer

Mr. Meyer has over 10 years’ experience in corporate compliance for publicly listed mineral exploration companies trading on the TSX-V and TSX stock exchanges. He has been a Paralegal since 2019, after completing the Legal Administrative Assistant and Paralegal programs at the University of the Fraser Valley with distinction.



Corporate Secretary

Ben Meyer

Mr. Meyer has over 10 years’ experience in corporate compliance for publicly listed mineral exploration companies trading on the TSX-V and TSX stock exchanges. He has been a Paralegal since 2019, after completing the Legal Administrative Assistant and Paralegal programs at the University of the Fraser Valley with distinction.


VP of Administration & Investor Relations

Michelle Savella

Ms. Savella has over 25 years of experience in the brokerage and financial markets. In her capacity as a senior level support liaison, she has worked closely with a wide range of private investment clients, corporate entities and institutional investors.

Board of Directors



Non-executive Chairman

Chad Williams

Chad Williams has an extensive background in capital markets and business management. He is the founder and Chairman of Red Cloud Mining Capital, Inc., Blue Thunder Mining Inc., and Sharechest. Mr. Williams also serves on the board of Golden Tag Resources Ltd. and Karora Resources Inc. He was one of the founders of both Agilith Capital Inc. and Westwind Capital Inc., as well as the former CEO of Victoria Gold Corp. and former Head of Mining Investment Banking at Blackmont Capital Inc. Prior to these positions, Mr. Williams was a top-ranked mining analyst at TD Bank and other Canadian brokerage firms in Toronto. He is the executive producer for the motion picture Red Rover. He is also a founder of Hot Rod Publishing, a music company. Chad Williams is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario, having received a Bachelor of Engineering degree and a Master of Business Administration from McGill University.

Director

Brian Briggs, P.E.

Mr. Briggs has significant expertise in managing social license and environmental issues including rehabilitation of brown fields locations and historic environmental impacts. He has been in many senior management roles including Managing Director, COO and numerous VPs and or Project Management positions in domestic and international organizations. He is a professional engineer (CO & WY) with over 30 years of industry experience in both underground and surface mine operations holding a BS in Mining Engineering and MS in Agricultural engineering from the University of Wyoming. Sixth generation mining engineer from Ouray, Colorado.



Director

Brian Briggs, P.E.

Mr. Briggs has significant expertise in managing social license and environmental issues including rehabilitation of brown fields locations and historic environmental impacts. He has been in many senior management roles including Managing Director, COO and numerous VPs and or Project Management positions in domestic and international organizations. He is a professional engineer (CO & WY) with over 30 years of industry experience in both underground and surface mine operations holding a BS in Mining Engineering and MS in Agricultural engineering from the University of Wyoming. Sixth generation mining engineer from Ouray, Colorado.


Director

John H. Hill

John H. Hill is Principal of Rexerro Capital, Ltd. a natural resource investment firm based in San Francisco. He was previously Partner at Cambrian Capital, L.P., a resource fund managing +$2 B across energy, mining, chemicals, and industrials. He served as Director, Metals & Mining for Citigroup Investment Research, where he was ranked by Institutional Investor and Greenwich Associates. Prior positions include Director, Business Development for Echo Bay Mines (mid-tier gold miner); Manager, INCO Ltd. exploration & technical services (senior nickel miner); and various industrial minerals operating roles. He has worked on mining projects in over 15 countries, has testified to US Congress on mineral policy issues, and served as Chairman of the Denver Gold Group. He holds a B.A. in Geology from Middlebury College, an M.Sc. in Mineral Economics from the Colorado School of Mines, and the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.

Director

Doug Eaton

He has explored in Yukon for the past 50 years as a partner in Archer, Cathro & Associates (1981) Limited, a consulting firm that specializes on that territory. He has gained exceptional knowledge of Yukon geology and mining practices, which includes hands-on experience in small-scale silver mining while overseeing very profitable high-grading operations on properties in the Keno Hill District. He has been a director and officer of numerous public companies since the mid-1980s. Mr. Eaton obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta in 1971 and a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of British Columbia in 1980.



Director

Doug Eaton

He has explored in Yukon for the past 50 years as a partner in Archer, Cathro & Associates (1981) Limited, a consulting firm that specializes on that territory. He has gained exceptional knowledge of Yukon geology and mining practices, which includes hands-on experience in small-scale silver mining while overseeing very profitable high-grading operations on properties in the Keno Hill District. He has been a director and officer of numerous public companies since the mid-1980s. Mr. Eaton obtained a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Alberta in 1971 and a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of British Columbia in 1980.

TECHNICAL ADVISORS



Geophysicist

Quentin Yarie, SIAST, CCI

Mr. Yarie is an experienced geophysicist and a successful entrepreneur with extensive project management and business development experience. He was previously the Business Development Officer at Geotech Ltd, a geo-physical airborne survey company, and a Senior Representative of Sales and Business Development for Aeroquest Limited. From 1992 to 2001, Mr. Yarie was a partner of a specialized environmental and engineering consulting group where he managed a number of large projects including the ESA of the Sydney Tar Ponds, the closure of the Canadian Forces Bases in Germany and the Maritime and Northeast Pipeline Project. Mr. Yarie currently serves as President and CEO for Red Pine Exploration Inc. and President and CEO for MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd., both resource exploration companies headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

Jean-Francois Montreuil, Ph.D. INRS-ETE

Dr. Montreuil has over 10 years experience in defining and exploring complex hydrothermal systems related to precious and base metals in Canada. Since 2016, Dr. Montreuil held senior management positions with Red Exploration, MacDonald Mines Exploration and Honey Badger Exploration. Dr. Montreuil holds a doctoral degree in Earth Sciences from INRS-ETE (Quebec City) and master degree in Earth Sciences from Laval University (Quebec City).



Jean-Francois Montreuil, Ph.D. INRS-ETE

Dr. Montreuil has over 10 years experience in defining and exploring complex hydrothermal systems related to precious and base metals in Canada. Since 2016, Dr. Montreuil held senior management positions with Red Exploration, MacDonald Mines Exploration and Honey Badger Exploration. Dr. Montreuil holds a doctoral degree in Earth Sciences from INRS-ETE (Quebec City) and master degree in Earth Sciences from Laval University (Quebec City).

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Unit 1 – 15782 Marine Drive
White Rock, British Columbia V4B 1E6

+1 (604) 828-5886

www.honeybadgersilver.com

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