Canadian Palladium is an exploration company focused on the acquisition and development of deposits of production grade metal which are critical components to current and future vehicle technology. Palladium is necessary for internal combustion engines (specifically catalytic converters) and cobalt is necessary for electric vehicle batteries.
President & CEO
Mr. Tisdale has 40 years of experience in investing, financing and consulting to private and public companies in the areas of mining, oil and gas, and agriculture. He runs his own bank and sits on the board of a number of private and public companies. Over his career, Mr. Tisdale has raised over $2bn of both equity and debt financing and has been instrumental in founding several highly successful companies, including Rainy River Resources (purchased by Newgold) and Ryland Oil Corporation (purchased by Crescent Point). Most recently, Mr. Tisdale was integral to the successful sale of US Cobalt to First Cobalt Corporation, creating a post-transaction cobalt company valued at almost $400 million.
Ms. Gahagan has been a director of Canadian Palladium (formerly 21C Metals). Prior to her involvement in banking, Ms. Gahagan graduated from Queens University Law School and practiced corporate law for 20 years. Ms. Gahagan has extensive experience advising companies with respect to international tax-driven structures, mergers and acquisitions. Ms. Gahagan has successfully completed the Investment Management Certificate course offered by the Financial Conduct Authority (UK). Most recently, Ms. Gahagan was integral to the successful sale of US Cobalt to First Cobalt Corporation, creating a post-transaction cobalt company valued at almost $400 million.
Chief Financial Officer & Corporate Secretary
Ms. Chin, a Chartered Professional Accountant, has over 15 years of experience in audit, finance and accounting within the mining, exploration and technology industries. She has served as director and executive officer for several publicly traded companies where she was responsible for all aspects of financial services, financial reporting, corporate governance, and has led numerous financings, mergers and acquisitions to successful completion.
EAST BULL PALLADIUM
>> February, 2019, Canadian Palladium acquires the 992 hectare East Bull property in Gerow Township, Ontario, Canada
>> The property benefits from drilling, surface trenching and some geophysics which have identified significant precious and base metal mineralization in a number of zones
>> Analysis and testing of the historical exploration has resulted in a 43-101 compliant resources estimate of 11.1m tonnes of ore at a grade of 1.46g/t PdEq for a total of 523,000 ounces of Palladium
>> The independent analysis of the updated 43-101 also highlighted the potential significant upside potential for the resource estimate after further exploration
TISOVA COPPER/COBALT PROJECT, TISOVA, CZECH REPUBLIC/GERMAN BORDER
The Tisova project is located on the Czech/German border hosted by the Kraslice Sequence, a Cambrian-age continental rift of sediments and volcanics. The Tisova VMS system has been tentatively identified as existing over 1.9 km down dip and 2.0 km along strike. Within the Kraslice Sequence, discrete copper/cobalt bearing VMS horizons appear to occur within a 100m thick assemblage termed the Tisova Horizon. Canadian Palladium’s geologists, working with recognized world experts in VMS deposits, have developed a preliminary exploration signature for copper/cobalt on the property. It is currently thought that there maybe be as much as a prospective 30 km belt.
There is a long history of mining in the area, making the logistics for exploration straightforward. Similarly, the regulatory environment has a long established regime, allowing for certainty in this regard.
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