BMEX wants to become an intermediate gold company growing organically in lower-risk jurisdictions. We are committed to working with first nation communities.
Canada is one of the largest and most favourable mining nations in the world. BMEX Gold is positioned in a favourable jurisdiction for mine permitting and development; with two key assets over 9,800 hectares with historically significant drill results. The Dunlop Bay property has 76 contiguous mineral claims that cover 4,226 hectares, and the King Tut property has 120 contiguous mineral claims that cover 5,206 hectares. As one of the best positioned junior exploration companies in Quebec, BMEX Gold is supported by AMEX Exploration’s proficiency in the region, and Laurentia Exploration’s expertise of successfully managing drill programs and obtaining high grade gold results. Key members of the BMEX team have created billions of dollars of shareholder value and taken mines from exploration to development.
BMEX Gold’s approach to corporate governance is based on the standards, guidelines, and requirements set forth in National Policy 58-201: Corporate Governance Guidelines and National Instrument 58-101: Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices. Its board of directors has eight members, five of whom are independent of management, within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation.