The Board is committed to the highest of corporate governance
The Board pursues to comply with the corporate governance requirements of the TSX-V and applicable Canadian securities laws including, but not limited to NI51-102, NI 52-110, NI 58-101 and TSXV Policy 3.1 – Directors, Officers, other Insiders and Personnel and Corporate Governance.
The Company has adopted corporate governance practices and procedures consistent with the relevant Canadian corporate governance standards appropriate for a publicly listed company. In particular, the Company has adopted a corporate code of conduct and mandate for its Board. It has also established and properly constituted an Audit Committee, a Corporate Governance and Compensation Committee, Reserves Committee, and Health, Safety, Environment and Corporate Social Responsibility Committee to assist the Board in fulfilling its responsibilities for governing the Company.
The Company has also adopted a corporate disclosure and insider trading policy to ensure compliance with the share dealing provisions set out in article 19 of MAR and Rule 21 of the AIM Rules. The policy applies to inter alia all Directors and senior officers of the Group, employees who may be in possession of or have access to unpublished price-sensitive information concerning the Company, their spouses, civil partners, children under 18 and any other person who is otherwise classified as a PDMR and their PCAs under MAR (together the “Designated Persons”). The policy applies to the Designated Persons whether they are acting directly or through another person or company.
Compensation and Corporate Governance Committee
Manuel Pablo Zúñiga-Pflücker
Health, Safety, Environment and Corporate Social Responsibility Committee