Tri Origin Announces Changes to the Board of Directors and Management
Aurora, Ontario – TheNewswire - January 14, 2021 – Tri Origin Exploration Ltd. (TSXV:TOE) (OTC:TROIF) announces that it has initiated changes to its management, board and advisory committees in order to build capacity for growth and to enact an aggressive exploration program. It is pleased to welcome the appointment of Alexandria Marcotte and Elijah Tyshynski to the Company's Board of Directors and the appointment of Mr. Andrew Thomson as interim President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, effective January 14, 2021. Alexandria Marcotte and Elijah Tyshynski were nominated to the board by Osisko Mining Inc. and O3 Mining Inc. respectively. Glenn Nolan, who has been a director of the Company since 2019, is resigning from the Board but will continue with the Company on an advisory committee to apply his expertise in corporate social responsibility and government relations as Tri Origin’s projects advance. The Company wishes to thank Glenn for his contributions to date and looks forward to his continued involvement.
Dr. Robert Valliant, co-founder of the Company and current CEO will take the role of Chairman of the Board. Dr. Valliant has also been retained as a consultant and will continue to play a vital role in advancing the Company’s projects.
Robert is quoted, “With the backing of Osisko and O3 Mining as major shareholders and energetic new management and Board members, Tri Origin is now well financed and positioned to unlock the value of its many gold assets commencing with a drill program at Sky Lake.”
Ms. Alexandria Marcotte, P.Geo., is currently the Vice President, Project Coordination for Osisko Mining Inc. Ms. Marcotte started at Osisko as a Senior Geologist in March 2017. Prior to joining Osisko, Ms. Marcotte held increasingly senior roles in junior exploration companies internationally and across Canada. She started her career in base metals working underground at the Kidd Creek mine. Ms. Marcotte is a director of the Canadian Museum of Nature Foundation and is a member of the Professional Geoscientists of Ontario and the Sustainability Committee of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada. Ms. Marcotte received an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto, a Certificate in Mining Management from Ryerson University, and is an MBA candidate at the Schulich School of Business, York University.
Mr. Elijah Tyshynski currently serves as a director of O3 Mining Inc., along with acting as a Strategic Advisor to other Resource and Development Organizations. He has almost two decades of experience in international capital markets as a Structurer, Trader, and Portfolio manager. Mr. Tyshynski was a Portfolio Manager for the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan until 2019, where he managed the funds exposure to emerging markets. He has also served as Director, Head of Trading, for the Standard Bank of South Africa, in Johannesburg, where he gained considerable exposure to infrastructure and commodity financing on the African continent. Prior to this, he served as a VP at Morgan Stanley & The Royal Bank of Canada in London, England. Mr. Tyshynski graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics.
Mr. Andrew Thomson is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Palamina Corp., a junior exploration Company active in Peru. Mr Thomson’s previous company was acquired by Agnico Eagle Mines Limited in June of 2015. Mr. Thomson is an entrepreneur who has been actively exploring in the America’s since 1993. Mr. Thomson is fluent in French and proficient in Spanish and currently sits on the Board of Directors of Palamina Corp., Winshear Gold Corp. and Montero Mining and Exploration Ltd.
Tri Origin plans to initiate a drill discovery program at its Sky Lake Gold Project in the first quarter of 2021. The Company has also initiated a search for a full-time CEO and anticipates further additions to management and its advisory committees to guide it through renewed exploration and growth in a resurgent market for gold and base metals.
About Tri Origin
Tri Origin is a well-funded exploration company driven by value generation through drill discovery. The Company has 48,991,685 shares outstanding with a strong portfolio of gold projects in Canada. Tri Origin Exploration Ltd. trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol TOE.
Andrew Thomson, President
Tri Origin Exploration Ltd.
Tel: (905) 727-1779
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