Mr. Basa has been a director of Granada Gold Mine Inc. since 2004. He is also President of Grupo Moje Ltd. and Mineral Recovery Management Systems Corp. Mr. Basa has over 28 years’ global experience in gold mining and development as a professional hydrometallurgical engineer with expertise in milling, gravity concentration, flotation, leaching and refining of precious and base metals. He is a member of the Professional Engineers of Ontario and a graduate of McGill University.
Mr. Monette has been a Granada Gold Mine director since 2008. He is also a director of Landdrill International Inc. and their Vice President of Marketing. Mr. Monette is a career miner who has been engaged in every facet of underground mining for more than 40 years. His previous positions included Shaft Project Coordinator with Cementation Canada Inc., Vice President of Operations/Mining Division for Wabi Development Corp., Vice President of Development for CMAC Mining Group, Operations Manager for Moran Mining and Tunneling, as well as Area Manager for J.S. Redpath Group.
Mr. Devlin became Granada Gold Mine’s CFO in January, 2009. He brings to the company over 40 years of accounting and management experience in the investment and junior resource industries.
Mr. Goguen has over 30 years of experience in the mining exploration industry, having purchased his first exploration drilling company, Ideal Drilling, in 1980, which he later combined with a second exploration drilling company to form Major Drilling Group International Inc., a major metals and minerals contract drilling service company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Mr. Goguen is Chairman of Colibri Resource Corporation and President and CEO of ONTOP Capital Limited. In 1995, Mr. Goguen was named Atlantic Canada’s Entrepreneur of the year as presented by Governor General of Canada.
Ms. Tookenay holds a Certificate in Mining Law from the Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, a Joint Masters of Public Administration from the University of Manitoba, a Bachelor of Administration from Lakehead University and Native Band Management and Indian Economic Development Diplomas from Confederation College Applied Arts and Technology. Ms. Tookenay’s experience, knowledge and deep roots within the First Nation communities will add significant value to Granada’s development now and in the coming years.
Mr. Lallas has over 20 years of finance, accounting , financial and operations management, audit and risk management experience in the resource sector, including as CFO of junior mining companies.
Tina Whyte brings over 20 years of experience in the corporate and securities industry. Her expertise spans to areas of corporate governance, continuous disclosure, financing transactions and regulatory filings and compliance. Ms. Whyte holds corporate secretary positions with other publicly listed companies.