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Terrence A. Lyons

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Audit and Risk Committee and Corporate Governance and Compensation Committee

Terrence (Terry) Lyons, ICD.D, is a corporate director and a member of the Institute of Corporate Directors. He is also a director of several public and private corporations including Three Valley Copper Corp. (formerly SRHI Inc.) (Chairman) and Martinrea International Inc. Mr. Lyons is a retired Managing Partner of Brookfield Asset Management and former President and Managing Partner of B.C. Pacific Capital Corporation, past Chairman of Polaris Materials Corporation which was recently acquired by U.S. Concrete, of Northgate Minerals Corporation which was acquired by AuRico Gold Inc. (now Alamos Gold Inc.) and of Eacom Timber Corporation which was sold to a private equity firm. He was previously a director of the B.C. Pavilion Corporation (Pavco), Chairman of Westmin Mining and Vice-Chairman of Battle Mountain Gold.

Mr. Lyons has been active in Junior Achievement, the United Way, Special Olympics and other charitable and sports organizations. He is past Chairman of the Mining Association of B.C., past Co-Chairman of the B.C. Business Hall of Fame, a past Governor and Member of the Executive Committee of the B.C. Business Council, a past Governor of the Olympic Foundation of Canada, former Chairman of Sport B.C., a past President of Shaughnessy Golf and Country Club and a past member of the B.C. Board of the Institute of Corporate Directors and is currently a member of the Advisory Board of the Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University. In 2007, Mr. Lyons was awarded the Inco Medal by the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy for distinguished service to the mining industry. Mr. Lyons is a Civil Engineer (UBC) with an MBA from Western University (1974).

In addition to Canaccord Genuity Group Inc., Mr. Lyons is a director of the following public companies: Martinrea International Inc., Mineral Mountain Resources Ltd. and Three Valley Copper Corp.