Source: Cambridge House International.

On January 29-30, 2023, over 300 junior mining companies gathered in Vancouver to showcase the exploration and production of the most critical commodities the world needs to move forward in the 21st century.

Several company representatives met with Coreena Robertson to introduce their business and share a little of what they’re up to.

Cambridge House: Host of VRIC 2023 – CEO – Jay Martin


Sitka Gold Corp: VP of Corporate Development – Mike Burke

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Western Exploration: President & CEO – Darcy Marud

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G Mining Ventures: VP, Investor Relations and Communications – Jessie Liu-Ernsting

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C3 Metals Inc: President & CEO – Dan Symons

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Tempus Resources: President & CEO – Jason Bahnsen

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Mawson Gold Ltd: CEO & Director – Ivan Fairhall

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New Age Metals Inc: CEO – Harry Barr

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Fury Gold Mines: SVP, Exploration – Bryan Atkinson

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West Vault Mining: CEO & COO – Sandy McVey

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Palamina Corp: President & CEO – Andrew W. Thomson

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Eminent Gold: CEO & Director – Paul Sun

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Rockhaven Resources Ltd: President – CEO And Director – Matthew A. Turner

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Stallion Discoveries Corp: CEO – Drew Zimmerman

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Exploration Insights: Senior Advisor and Founder – Brent Cook

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Cassiar Gold Corp: President, CEO & Director – Marco Roque

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Benchmark Metals Inc: Head of Corporate Development, Frank Lagiglia

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