Richard Nemis, the founder of Noront Resources, is joining Goldeye Explorations on its technical and advisory board.
Nemis came up with the Ring of Fire name to describe the string of chromite and nickel deposits at McFaulds Lake in the James Bay lowlands.
In an April 8 release, Blaine Webster, Goldeye president-CEO, said he’s “thrilled” to work with Nemis, who was instrumental establishing Goldeye and served as a director from 1996 to 2012.
Goldeye is advancing its Weebigee gold project through the discovery stage near Sandy Lake in northwestern Ontario.
Nemis, a Sudbury native, graduated from the University of Ottawa and Osgoode Law School, and has practiced in the fields of corporate, commercial and securities law.