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Peter J. Cashin, P.Geo
With over 25 years in the mining sector, Peter has built and led multidisciplinary mineral exploration and mine development teams to effectively and efficiently advance projects in Canada, USA, Chile and Indonesia.
Recently, he led multiple teams to discovery and advanced development of the Strange Lake Rare Earth and Crater Lake Scandium-Rare Earth projects, Québec.
Peter was also the recipient of Québec’s Prospector of the Year award in 2010 for the Strange Lake Project success.
"Success is the sum of efforts - repeated day in and day out!"
M. Cashin nous a donné l'opportunité de travailler avec lui à plusieurs reprises au cours de sa carrière et ce fût toujours avec grand plaisir que nous avons pu réaliser les différends mandats qu'il nous a octroyés et collaborer aux succès de ses entreprises multiples et variées dans le domaines de l'exploration minière et des ressources minérales. C'est un homme d'équipe performant, compétent, expérimenté et très professionnel. Son ''leadership'' est bien reconnu et apprécié au sein de l'industrie minière.Alain-Jean Beauregardprésident chez géologicaprésident chez Géologica Groupe-Conseil Inc.
Peter Cashin has been a successful CEO for several top tiered companies in the critical minerals space. From rare earths to niobium to scandium, his expertise ranges from strategic planning to investment banking to government partnership development, making him an exceptional asset for the overall industry. A guest speaker at leading industry events since 2010 where I met him, we were delighted to secure his bench strength as a Director for the Critical Minerals Institute.Tracy WesloskyManaging Director, Critical Minerals Institute (CMI) & CEO/Director, Investor News Inc
Peter is not only an innovator, he is also a visionary in the critical metal space. Thanks to him, Canada now boasts the largest hard-rock scandium deposit in the World. He first recognized an unusual ring- shaped magnetic anomaly in northern Québec at Crater Lake. I can think of no one more qualified than Peter Cashin to provide advice on how to successfully explore for critical metals and evaluate properties that the owners consider may host a critical metal resource.Dr. Anthony E. Williams-JonesLogan Professor of Geology and Geochemistry McGill University
I know Peter to be an astute executive, a very experienced geologist, and a professional to the core. Peter brings a wealth of experience in developing critical minerals’ projects, specifically, in understanding their complex geology, and the specifics of critical minerals’ market dynamics. He leveraged his contacts with multiple stakeholders, including investors, analysts, and Canadian and US government agencies to advance the development of projects. He brought corporate resources to bear in developing those projects.Yemi Oyediran Ph.D., P.Eng.VP of Hydrometallurgy, Electra