Who We Are
Determination, Respect, Honesty, Integrity
To maximize shareholder value by operating as a Prospect Generator that explores for, discovers and develops PGM and Lithium Mineral deposits in North America.
Contribute to the global effort of bringing critical minerals to the public by developing our projects responsibly and providing growth opportunities for the communities near our projects.
About New Age Metals Inc.
New Age Metals Inc. owns one of the largest undeveloped primary palladium projects in North America located 100km from the world famous mining district of Sudbury, ON. The company is also diversified with a significant lithium division that is the largest claim-holder in the Winnipeg River Pegmatite Field. The Company owns and operates the Genesis Project in Alaska, a PGM-Copper-Nickel project offering investors further exposure to exploration upside in North America.
The company owns 100% of all it’s projects. For investors seeking exposure to ‘green’ mineral projects in North America, there are few companies that offer both the commodity diversification and exploration & development leverage that New Age Metals does.
In 1986 he was appointed to the corporate office as head of all Anglo Platinum’s mining geology and exploration functions, which remained part of his responsibilities until he retired from Anglo Platinum at 58, in 2009. During his service with Anglo, Ron was made a Divisional Director and the Group’s Survey, Ventilation, Rock Engineering and Strategic Planning functions were added to his Geological responsibilities. From the time of his appointment at Corporate, he contributed significantly to the accumulation, retention and management of Anglo Platinum’s mineral rights portfolio, on the Bushveld Complex and Great Dyke, whilst also directing worldwide PGM Exploration Programmes for Anglo Platinum, in Australia, China, Canada, Russia and Brazil. This included heading-up the River Valley Option/Joint Venture for Anglo Platinum, from Discovery, in 2000, with Pacific North West Capital. At the time he retired, he was a Director of several Anglo Platinum subsidiaries, including Unki Platinum Ltd. (Zimbabwe) and Rustenburg Platinum Mines Ltd. From 2009, Ron worked as Executive Director: Business Development for Kameni Ltd., which had PGM interests, in the Eastern Bushveld and Zimbabwe. After selling its projects, Kameni closed and Mr. Hieber now runs his own company, with interests in South African and Zimbabwean Gold projects.
Mr. Zamani holds a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Stone specializes in 2D/3D modelling and interpretation of gold, nickel-copper-cobalt (PGM) sulphide, platinum group metal and zinc-lead-copper mineral deposits, in a wide variety geological settings and mining operations. Bill is currently an economic geology consultant providing project generation, exploration and modelling services to the mining and exploration industry.
From a management perspective Carey has worked closely with workplace safety and health, human resources, budgets, government regulations, environmental monitoring, project management, crew supervision, corporate and business development. Carey also has experience with First Nations and public consultation. Mr. Galeschuk has strong geological mapping, GIS, resource modeling, prospecting, sampling, geochemical and geophysical interpretive skills. I have carried out research in mineral development and exploration techniques.
From a management end, Mr. Zemoroz has been responsible for crew supervision and work delegation, quality assurance and control, workplace safety, human resources, budgets, government regulations and permits application, assessment work filing and allocation, environmental monitoring, project management. Richard also has been extensively involved with First Nations and public consultation.
Community and First Nations
New Age understands the importance of collaboration and capacity building with our neighbours. We strive to form long-lasting, mutually beneficial, cooperative and respectful relationships that benefit all parties involved in our projects.
The River Valley Project is situated on the traditional territory of the Temagami and Nipissing First Nations. The Company has consulted with both groups regularly to provide project updates, solicit quotations for work programs and made available requested technical data pertaining to its River Valley Project.
The Company’s lithium projects lie within the traditional territories of the Sagkeeng First Nation. In October 2018, NAM signed a precedent setting exploration agreement with Sagkeeng that has facilitated transparent communication, employment opportunities and resource sector training. Through this agreement, stakeholders have benefitted – both from the protection of previously undiscovered heritage artifacts, and from the enhanced economic opportunities.
At New Age Metals we are committed to carrying out mineral exploration and development work programs to high standards of environmental stewardship. New Age takes its environmental responsibilities seriously and continuously identifies and monitors any potential environmental risks that may be present at its projects.
Health & Safety
The health and safety of our personnel and external stakeholders is of utmost importance. New Age applies best practices regarding safety standards and conduct at all of our projects.