John G. Haag, C.A.

Chartered Accountant from 1975 to 2003 for an international accounting firm. Currently an Independent Financial Consultant from 2003 to present.

Michael A. Denega, C.A.

Presently a personal and corporate tax consultant including mergers, acquisitions, financial restructuring and corporate reorganizations. From 1978 to 1997 Senior Tax Partner for an international accounting firm.

Bruce W. Downing, M.Sc. P.Geo

A graduate of Queens University (B.Sc., 1970) and the University of Toronto (M.Sc., 1973), Bruce Downing has over 30 years of experience as a senior geologist working for several corporations and as a consultant on surface and underground gold and base metal exploration and production projects in British Columbia and around the world. His early experience centered on exploration but since 1989 his career has expanded into mining, the environment and technology. Mr. Downing was involved in the exploration and pre-production at the Windy Craggy open pit and underground massive copper sulphide deposit (British Columbia); wrote reclamation and closure plan for an open pit copper -- gold mine (British Columbia): was involved in acid rock drainage studies for the feasibility studies for the Voisey's Bay massive nickel sulphide deposit (Newfoundland) and the Petaquilla copper porphyry deposit in Panama; and worked at the Falcondo nickel laterite mine in the Dominican Republic.

He has published over 18 papers concerning exploration, computing, history, electrochemistry, environmental and technology topics and is a co-author of the online acid rock drainage course offered by Edumine. As a consultant, he is aware of the education of junior companies in regards to meeting standards and their role in the environment and has given presentations to various elementary schools. In 1983, he co-founded a software company for developing commercial geochemical programs for use in the exploration and mining industry. In 1999, he founded a high tech company (MagPower Systems) to develop the magnesium-air technology for use in fuel cell commercial products. A subsequent spin-off from this technology led to research and development in zinc electrowinning. Mr. Downing has also been involved in mining-related environmental and reclamation programs and has initiated several research and development projects, some of which have led to patents. During his time with the software and technology companies, he was involved in promotions and marketing. He has been involved with several junior mining companies as a CEO, director and consultant. He presently sits on the Geoscience Committee and Practice Review Committee of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists and is a member of several professional organizations. In 1997 the Professional Engineers and Geoscientists presented him with the Chris Westerman Award, which is the highest geoscience recognition.

Nelson Borch, P.Eng

Nelson Borch, P.Eng., is a Canadian citizen who graduated from UBC in 1986 with a BASc in Civil Engineering. He spent the early part of his professional career in Canada with Ocean Construction and Tilbury Cement. From 1994 to 2001 Nelson was CEO and Managing Partner in the Engineering Consultancy Company, Terra Geotechnics Sdn Bhd, in Malaysia. From 2001 to 2013 he served as Executive Director of PT Indocement Tunggal Prakasa in Indonesia.

Mr. Borch has had successful careers in Engineering, Management, Sales and Distribution of Building Materials, Capital Project Development and Resource Development and Extraction companies. He also has experience as an Independent Director and Audit Committee Chair of Public Listed Companies. From 2006, Nelson has also been a principal of a privately held Investment, Venture Capital and Property Development business.

Mr. Borch is a member of The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of British Columbia.

Miguel Peral, P.Eng

The Corporation is pleased to announce the appointment of Miguel Peral to its Advisory Board. Miguel Peral is an Argentine born geologist with a long list of important contributions to exploration and developing Argentine and Chilean mining assets.

Miguel has worked as a professional geologist for more than 25 years in Greenfield exploration, geological consulting, accomplished prospector and exploration manager for numerous projects including CRA / Rio Tinto, Paramount Ventures, Mansfield Minerals, Teck Cominco, Admiralty Resources (ADY), Condor Resources, Cascadero Copper, and Orocobre. He was an exploration geologist for five years for Salta Exploraciones (SESA), formerly a wholly owned subsidiary of Cascadero Copper where he assisted, developed and implemented property identification and acquisition of projects with the TR Prospecting Group from British Columbia and Calgary, Alberta. This period of boot and hammer prospecting identified several of the properties that now constitute the core assets of Cascadero Minerals S.A. Miguel has a broad range of expertise and extensive experience and knowledge of porphyry copper systems in Peru, Chile and Argentina. He is responsible for the discovery of new high- and low-sulphidation gold and silver epithermal showings, and identifying IOCG and VMS type alteration systems previously not recognized. The prospecting campaigns were focused on the presence of regional and district scale structural systems that exist in Chile and continue into western and north western Argentina.

Miguel's recent focus is lithium brine deposits with an emphasis on the discovery and development of new brine deposits including Salar de Olaroz, which is now in production. The Olaroz Salar is the world's first new production of 20,000 tons of lithium carbonate per year.

Miguel is currently a Director and General Manager of South American Salars S.A. (Company Salares Exploration of Orocobre Group), Managing Partner of Salta Environmental SRL and is active in managing a large private portfolio of highly prospective mineral tenures in Chile and Argentina.

In 2012, Miguel was nominated as one of the most Outstanding Geologists in Argentina.

Miguel has been involved in identifying and assisting in the development of the following pro-jects:
• Leon sediment hosted Kupershifer type copper deposit
• Porphyry copper Pachamamita
• Porphyry copper and gold El Alisal prospect in Tucuman
• Miguel was a member of the Mansfield Mining exploration team that discovered the
large-scale Rio Grande copper-gold showing that was developed to measured reserve
• Lithium Project Generator Salar del Rincón (years 2000-2003) now close to production
• Discovered a new area of porphyries copper in seventh region of Chile
• (Brahma, Austral)
• Greenfield exploration of porphyry and epithermal deposits in Peru with
• Canadian owned Condor Resources
• Generated 20 new areas with potential for gold, copper, zinc, rare metals
• and rare earth, with Canadian (Cascadero Copper) owned Salta Explorations
• Discovery of lithium carbonate and potassium bearing Salars in north western
Argentina including Salar Olaroz, Salar Cangrejillos, Salar Incahuasi

Cascadero is looking forward to working and collaborating with Miguel to develop certain assets and ideas to create employment and commodities to enable the growth of the mining industry and the creation of new mining ventures in north western Argentina.

Dr. Mohammad Mokmeli, Ph.D

Dr. Mohammad Mokmeli, Phd. graduated from the University of British Columbia in Hydrometallurgy in 2013. Both his Bachelors and Masters degrees were in the field of extractive metallurgy/hydrometallurgy. He is presently employed as a hydrometallurgical engineer for a private company.

Terry Lyons

Terry Lyons has over 39 years' experience in the development, financing and management of natural resource, manufacturing, real estate and merchant banking companies with an extensive background in corporate restructuring. He is a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

After completing a Bachelor of Applied Science in Civil Engineering from the University of British Columbia, Mr. Lyons attended the University of Western Ontario, graduating with an MBA in 1974. Mr. Lyons was an applications engineer and marketing specialist with Caterpillar Tractor and Finning Tractor and Equipment and General Manager of South Western Drug Warehouse Ltd. In 1976, he joined Versatile Corporation as Corporate Planning Manager, moving through a variety of senior positions in strategic planning, budgeting and finance, mergers and acquisitions and project management. In 1986, he became Senior Vice-President of Versatile Corporation, Chairman of Versatile Pacific Shipyards and presided over the restructuring of the Corporation, which is now known as B.C. Pacific Capital Corporation, a senior merchant and investment banking company which is now wholly owned by Brookfield Asset Management. Mr. Lyons was a Managing Partner of Brookfield in charge of the merchant banking and restructuring activities in the natural resource sector. In May 2004, after 17 years with Brookfield, Mr. Lyons retired to pursue other opportunities however remained as a consultant to Brookfield until February 2013.

Mr. Lyons currently serves as the Lead Independent Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Canaccord Genuity Group Inc. as well as a Director of Canaccord's subsidiaries in the UK, US, Canada, Australia and Asia. He is also a director of several public corporations including Sprott Resource Corporation (Chairman), Polaris Minerals Corporation (Chairman), and Martinrea International Inc. Mr. Lyons is past Chairman of Northgate Minerals Corporation which was acquired by Aurico Gold creating a new mid-cap gold company with a market value of over $2.5 billion and Eacom Timber Corporation which was sold to a private equity firm for $300 million. He recently stepped down as a Director of the B.C. Pavilion Corporation and Royal Oak Ventures which was privatized by Brookfield, and the BC Board of the Institute of Corporate Directors.

Mr. Lyons has been active in Junior Achievement, the United Way, Special Olympics and other charitable and sports organizations (including swimming and water polo). He is past Chairman of the Mining Association of B.C., a past Governor of the B.C. Business Council, a past Governor of Olympic Foundation of Canada, former Chairman of Sport B.C., a past President of Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club and is a member of the Advisory Board of the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. In 2007 Mr. Lyons was awarded the Inco Medal by the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy for distinguished service to the mining industry.

Dr. David Dreisinger, B.A.Sc., Ph.D.

Dr. David Dreisinger completed his B.A.Sc. and Ph.D. in Metallurgical Engineering at Queen’s University at Kingston, Ontario.  Since 1984, David has worked at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Since 1992, David has held the position of Chair, Industrial Research Chair in Hydrometallurgy (20 current sponsors). Technical short courses are offered annually to sponsors. David has delivered, with co-workers, over 300 industry-based courses on a wide range of hydrometallurgy topics.  David has researched widely and together with students and co-workers has published over 300 papers and been granted 21 US patents.

David has worked closely with industry to commercialize technology.  Developments in copper include the Mount Gordon Process, the Sepon Copper Process and the Boleo Process.  David is currently working on commercialization of the PLATSOL Process, the SALT process, the INCOR Lead Process and the Search Minerals Rare Earth Extraction Process. The Cascadero Process for recovery of cesium from Taron mineralization was developed at the University of British Columbia laboratory under the direction of Professor Dreisinger.

David has been very active in support of professional society affairs (CIM, TMS, SME) and especially involved in the organization of technical conferences. David has edited or co-edited 10 conference volumes.  David has received many professional awards including the Sherritt Hydrometallurgy Award (METSOC), the EPD Science Award (TMS), the Wadsworth Award (TMS) and the INCO Medal (CIM).  David is a Fellow of CIM and the Canadian Academy of Engineering.

James M. Dawson P.Eng.

Jim Dawson serves as President of Dawson Geological Consultants Ltd. He has been a Consulting Geologist for over forty-five years and has been a Director of Public Companies in the Mineral Resource Industry for almost thirty years. As a partner with Kerr, Dawson & Associates from 1972 to 1985, he participated in the discovery of the Blackdome Mine, Frasergold and Taurus Properties in British Columbia and the Big Horn Mine in Arizona. He was a Director of Minefinders Corp for 16 years until it was sold to Pan American Silver for $1.5 billion, a Member of Technical Advisory Board of Kaminak Gold and a Director of Wealth Minerals Ltd. He was part of the original Pan Ocean team which made the discovery of the Lac Cinquante uranium-molybdenum deposit in 1975. Jim Graduated from Memorial University with a B.Sc. in 1960 and an M.Sc. in 1963.

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