A geologist with over 40 years of experience in mineral exploration. Gary has worked across Canada, in NB, QC, ON, MB, SK, AB, BC, YT, NU and NT. His management skills have been applied to large exploration programs combining drill management, geology and geophysics using an integrated and systematic approach. Through his guidance, AGL has been instrumental in discovering and delineating the Kennady Diamonds Inc Kelvin and Faraday kimberlites. Gary has also been involved in the discovery of Sunrise and Run Lake (VMS), Fishhook Lake and Damoti Lake (Gold).
David earned post-secondary degrees in Geology and Physical Geography from the University of Alberta and University of Manitoba, respectively. He has been practicing geology as a professional since April of 2009 and is registered to practice in NT/NU/YT and BC.
David has 13 consecutive years of geological and geophysical related mineral exploration experience. He has worked on programs from grassroots to advance-stage exploration and resource delineation. His experience has principally included gold (shear, vein, and porphyry), magmatic sulphide (Cu-Ni-PGE), kimberlite (diamond), copper (stratiform/red bed,porphyry), and uranium commodities.
Corey holds a B.Sc in Geography specializing in GIS. Since moving to Yellowknife in 2005 Corey’s work has covered various exploration programs throughout the north. As operations manager for the Yellowknife office he has specialized in remote program management and logistics for mineral exploration from coast to coast to coast. You can count on him to organize and execute your exploration programs efficiently and effectively.
A geologist with experience working in the mineral exploration industry across Canada, and the USA. Anthony has worked with both Major and Junior exploration companies on greenfields prospecitng, large multi-drill programs to advanced development projects. This experience has given him exposure to a variety of methods, and commodities to create a unique skill set. Let’s talk about how we can put our “Brains for Rocks” to work advancing your project.
Dave earned his doctorate in geophysics from the University of British Columbia and has been involved in mineral exploration since 1999. As the geophysics project manager in Whitehorse, Dave consults with clients to design a geophysical program that best suits their needs and then works with junior geophysicists and technician to efficiently implement the plan. This includes QA/QC of data from the field, modelling, interpretation and report writing. Dave is also involved in many in-house R&D projects.
An exploration geophysicist with a B.Sc. from the University of British Columbia, Franz is practiced in a variety of geophysical survey techniques including time and frequency domain electromagnetics, induced polarization, magnetic field, gravity, capacitively coupled resistivity and ground penetrating radar. He is a Registered Professional Geophysicist both in the Northwest Territories and Alberta, Canada.
Chris’ field experience began at 16 years old with Hecla Mining and Esso Minerals Canada. He continued his field work while earning his B.Sc. in Geology from the University of British Columbia (class of 1982).
Chris has over 40 years of field experience where he specialised in remote and difficult access projects for mineral exploration. Chris started CAH Consulting Ltd. In 1989. His contracts ranged from Head of Exploration and Field Activities for GGL Resources Corp (1991-2012). to Project Manager for projects in various stages of exploration and development in NU, NT, BC, YT, AB, OR, CA, AZ, NM, NV, CO and Ghana. Chris started working with Aurora Geosciences Ltd. in 2012 as Project Manager for the Kennady North Project (Kennady Diamonds).Chris has been a resident of Yellowknife, NT since 1992 – working continually in the field of diamond, gold and base metal exploration.
Carl Schulze graduated from Lakehead University in 1984 and focused his early career on mineral exploration in the Canadian Shield of northern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Carl first arrived in Yukon in 1992 and worked on a wide variety of projects in Yukon, Alaska and British Columbia before becoming Resident Geologist for the Government of Nunavut in 2000. Carl returned to the Yukon in 2003, and became a consultant and exploration contractor throughout Yukon, British Columbia and the Northwest Territories.
Carl is a Professional Geoscientist in good standing with APEGBC, APGO and NAPEG. He has recently joined the Aurora team, bringing his expertise in project management of a diverse suite of exploration activities to Aurora Geosciences.
Jim received his B.Sc. degree in Geology from the University of British Columbia in 1985 and is currently the Vice President and General Manager for our subsidiary, Aurora Geosciences (Alaska) Ltd. in Juneau. Jim has managed exploration projects for gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, uranium, diamonds, coal and rare earths. He has seven years’ experience working underground as a mapping and grade control geologist in two gold mines, one copper mine and managing a silver/gold underground exploration program.
Jim also has extensive experience in researching and writing government assessment reports, technical reports and property valuation reports for security and exchange regulators, and carrying out mineral deposit modelling and resource/reserve calculations.
Matthew is a CGA with a B.A. in History from the University of Lethbridge. He has been in accounting for over 15 years and has been dealing with the unique business opportunities and conditions in the north for 11. He enjoys cross country skiing, soccer and camping in his spare time.
Darrell moved to yellowknife in 1977. He has spent more than 20 years of his career in the Mining Sector, mainly in surface operations. He went back to College where he completed a two year course in Watershed Management and also became certified as a Water/Wastewater treatment plant operator. He currently is operating under AGL as their Health and Safety Officer.
Reg earned his B.Sc in Environmental Geoscience and Geomatics at the University of Guelph in Ontario. His experience includes managing several large GIS projects, database development, and data management. As well, Reg provides the technical support and IT infrastructure for our exploration camps and offices.