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Galore Resources Inc (GRI.V)

GRI.V on TSX Venture Exchange

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Michael McMillan

2017 Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer

Andrew McMillan

2017 Chief Financial Officer

Kenneth Coe

2017 Director

Tex Enemark

2005 Independent Director

Lorne Sivertson

2007 Independent Director

Charles Troup

2012 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Michael McMillan

Mr. Michael McMillan is Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer of Galore Resources Inc. He has been appointed as Chairman of the Board of the Company effective February 15, 2013. Mr. McMillan has more than 30 years of experience working with companies focused on marketing, sales and acquisitions of drilling equipment, as well as providing services to energy and mining companies in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Mexico. Mr. McMillan graduated in 1978, with a Bachelors degree in Business Management from Texas Tech University. In 1998, Mr. McMillan formed Equipment Marketing Solutions Inc. (EMS). EMS specializes in brokering companies as ongoing concerns and provides asset liquidation services through private sale or public option. In addition to EMS, in 2005 he founded J&M McMillan Properties Inc., which concentrates on the acquisition of land parcels and mineral properties.

Andrew McMillan

Kenneth Coe

Mr. Kenneth Coe serves as Director of the Company. Mr. Coe brings a vast wealth of financial market experience to Galore as a former licensed security trader with Yorkton Securities Inc. for over 30 years. He also helped start a Canadian/U.S. cross border trading business in 1989 and became Partner in a U.S. wholesale trading operation, which was eventually owned by Macquarie Private Wealth. He is a past director and President of the Vancouver Security Traders Association

Tex Enemark

Mr. Tex C. Enemark is Independent Director of Galore Resources Inc. He is the past President and CEO of the Mining Association of BC. He also served as the deputy minister for Consumer and Corporate Affairs for the Province of British Columbia, and acted as General Manager of the Province’s Liquor Distribution Branch which, at the time, had 220 stores, 3000 employees and $500 million in annual sales. Mr. Enemark has a Batchelor of Law degree from the University of British Columbia and has previously served as a Board Member of two publicly traded companies, one of which he was Chairman and CEO. Mr. Enemark has a broad background in both the government and the mining industry, requiring detailed knowledge of the application of accounting principles and evaluating financial information, as well as understanding internal controls and procedures for financial reporting.

Lorne Sivertson

Mr. Lorne Sivertson is Independent Director of Galore Resources Inc. He is the past President of Columbia Power Corporation and past Senior Vice President of Canadian Western Bank. Mr. Sivertson also served as Assistant Deputy Minister in several BC ministries, including Finance; Energy & Mines and Forests. Mr. Sivertson has a Masters Degree in Economics and has served on several boards, including as Vice Chair of the Canadian Hydropower Association, requiring detailed knowledge of the application of accounting principles and evaluating financial information, as well as understanding internal controls and procedures for financial reporting.

Charles Troup

Mr. Charles G. Troup is Independent Director of Galore Resources Inc. Mr. Charles G. Troup holds a Masters Degree in Business Administration from Texas A&M University and for 20 years was the former Controller for Chanoco Corporation, San Antonio, Texas, an oil and gas exploration company. Mr. Troup has also been a private investor over the past 20 years, chiefly in the mining and oil and gas sectors. As a former Controller, it is necessary that he have detailed knowledge of the application of accounting principles, the ability to evaluate financial information, as well as understand internal controls and procedures for financial reporting.

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