Our Company

Management &
Board of Directors


Temas Resources Corp. (“Temas Resources”) (CSE: TMAS) (OTCQB: TMASF) is responding to the growing global demand for Iron ore and two strategically important minerals — Titanium and Vanadium — deemed by the U.S. Department of the Interior as critical to U.S. national security and the economy. Temas Resources first and flagship properties are located in the stable, mining-friendly jurisdiction of Quebec (Canada) bordering Vermont, Maine, and New York State (U.S.) in an area known as the Grenville Geological Province. 

The Grenville Geological Province is home to Lac Tio, the largest solid ilmenite deposit in the world. As a mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of Iron, Titanium, and Vanadium properties, Temas Resources has focused its efforts on advancing two major projects in the Grenville Geological Province area. The flagship, La Blache Property, is 100% ownership of 117 semi-contiguous mineral claims which cover 6,203.12 hectares (62.03 km²). All public filings for the Company can be found on the SEDAR website www.sedarplus.ca.

Kyler Hardy

Mr. Samuel ‘Kyler’ Hardy has over 20 years of experience in the global resource sector where he has operated, advised and brought venture capital, private equity and strategic partners to the table. Mr. Hardy has founded and sold several resource focused businesses from services to extraction and development. Mr. Hardy is currently CEO of the Cronin Group, Chairman of NuE Corp, and Director of Hexa Resources, among other private and public companies

Tim Fernback

Mr. Fernback has over 25 years of experience in the venture capital and investment banking industries. He is the former Regional Director of the CFO Centre Limited, responsible for all operations in Western Canada. Mr. Fernback holds an Honours B.Sc. from McMaster University and holds an MBA with a concentration in Finance from the University of British Columbia. Mr. Fernback holds a Certified Professional Accounting (CPA) designation in Canada and is a current and former director and senior executive of several publicly traded companies in both Canada and the USA.

David Robinson

As a CPA and CA, David has over 15 years of accounting and capital markets experience. David provided audit, tax and consulting services to private and public companies for a number of years at MNP LLP before moving to the TELUS Pension Fund as a senior analyst where he gained significant exposure to equity portfolio management and commercial lending. Currently, David is the CFO of the Cronin Group where he provides financial oversight to its portfolio of private and public companies.

Véronique Laberge

Ms. Veronique Laberge is a chartered professional accountant and holder of the title of auditor. With more than 18 years of experience in professional practice, she specialized in certification mandates, general accounting and has been working as a fractional CFO for multiple public and private companies since 2018.

David Caldwell

With thirty-five (35) years of applied experience, David is a Geologist, Geophysicist and Geochemist.  He has practical experience taking mineral projects from grass roots generative development through all aspects of feasibility, permitting and the asset build-out process in the US, Canada and Latin America. 

Most recently he served as Co-Founder, Director and Chief Innovation and Sustainability Officer for Pinnacle Iron and Steel/Trinidad Tobago Iron Steel Co., and prior to that role, David spent over 14 years at BlackRock metals as Co-Founder, Director and VP Technical services where he identified the Lac Dore layered complex as having strong potential to host a polymetallic deposit with world class tonnage and strong grades in three metals (Fe/Ti/V), and established a full feasibility for a $1.3B construction project with the best vanadium grades of any North American deposit in this critical metal along with excellent titanium credits and high purity iron.

Michel Lebeuf

Michel Lebeuf is the managing partner of the Montreal legal firm Lebeuf Legal and a seasoned corporate finance and securities attorney. Michel has developed an expertise in securities law, particularly in the areas of natural resources, institutional and corporate financing, and public and private mergers and acquisitions. He has experience in corporate reorganizations, public and private transfers, and institutional funding. Michel graduated from Université de Montréal, where he obtained a degree in political sciences (international relations) and a civil law degree. Michel also acts and has previously acted as director and officer for many listed issuers on the Canadian Securities Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange.

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Toronto: 22 Adelaide St W., suite 2020, Toronto, On, M5H 4E3
Tel: (514) 347-8397

Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) Commitment

At Temas we are committed to sustainable development, transparency and decarbonization and are always looking at improvement to our operations.


Our goal is to protect the long-term wellbeing and viability of natural environments affected by our operations by: utilizing practices that minimize, lessen or remediate environmental impact; and, minimizing harmful emissions to air, water and land (including direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions) as well as wastes and the toxicity of wastes.

Health & Safety

We strive to have injury and fatality-free workplaces, and who aim to improve the well-being of employees, contractors and communities. We achieve this by: adopting, encouraging and maintaining a positive safety culture and behaviour; providing safety leadership and appropriate training at every level; and, instituting safe work systems, occupational and community health/hygiene programs and endeavoring to eliminate/mitigate safety, occupational and community health and hygiene hazards.

Sustainable Communities

We strive to assist in the social and economic development of sustainable communities associated with operations by: maintaining an active, transparent and constructive dialogue with the communities and other stakeholders associated with their operations. This dialogue is conducted in a culturally sensitive and appropriate manner, starting as early as practicable and throughout the life of the operation to build and maintain relationships which are founded on active participation and mutual benefit; maximizing local content (such as employees, suppliers, contractors) as far as is possible and appropriate; and, respecting local customs, cultures and the rights of communities, including indigenous peoples and previously disadvantaged groups.


Our goal is to foster a safe working environment that is based on mutual respect, openness, honesty and fairness. We achieve this by: providing equal opportunity throughout the organization and which treat employees and contractors fairly and without prejudice; fostering a meritocratic environment with employment and advancement based on merit, whilst respecting local legislation (such as in geographies aiming to benefit historically disadvantaged groups); and, not accepting any incidents of discrimination, bullying, harassment or physical assault in the workplace and operate an impartial employee complaints process.