Mike Sutton

Chief Geologist, Director, Galway Metals
Speaking at: Precious Metals

Mr. Sutton graduated in 1984 from the University of Toronto with a B.Sc., Geology (honours). Mr. Sutton’s career spans over 25 years as an Exploration Geologist. He has worked in some of the largest gold camps in the world, including Witwatersrand, Timmins, and Kirkland Lake, serving in various capacities related entirely to the exploration and mining of gold. Mr. Sutton was awarded the Prospector of the Year for Ontario (along with Stew Carmichael) for the discovery of the South Mine Complex (SMC) while he was Chief Geologist and Assistant Manager at Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. He guided Vault Minerals as Vice President of Exploration to a takeover by Queenston Mining Inc. He then worked as Senior Geologist (Consultant) at Queenston, Osisko, and Canadian Malartic through their takeovers. Previous to that, he worked for Kinross, Barrick, Lac Minerals, and Corona. He was a Director of Galway Resources, where he played a significant role in the company’s take over by AUX for $340 million. Currently he is a Galway Metals Director.