Alan Sexton is a professional geologist with 35 years of experience in mineral exploration, including roles as Senior Geologist and District Geologist of various gold and base metal projects throughout Canada and the USA. This experience is related to exploration for gold (mesothermal and epithermal), base metals (VMS, MVT and SEDEX), uranium (granite and Athabasca Basin types), granite hosted tin-tungsten and porphyry hosted gold-copper-moly.
Much of his career has been with major mining companies, specifically Kidd Creek Mines Ltd. and Western Mining Corporation (WMC) where he was the Site Manager for the Meliadine gold project in Nunavut over a seven year period from discovery through to pre-feasibility. Meliadine project is currently owned by Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. and is described in more detail above. A co-founder of GeoVector Management in Ottawa, Mr. Sexton has been the technical expert on mine development Environmental Impact Assessment reviews on several projects in the Kivalliq Region of Nunavut for the Kivalliq Inuit Association (KivIA). Additional work for the KivIA has included assisting with water compensation, security bonds, mine lease, road access and surface/mineral rights negotiations. In addition, he has managed several advanced diamond drilling programs on gold projects throughout the Abitibi Greenstone Belt of northeastern Ontario and authored numerous NI 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimates.