Harold (Roy) Shipes Mining and Metallurgical Engineer – Chairman and CEO

Thirty-Six years mining experience in senior positions in base and precious metals production, engineering and project development management around the world.

Extensive experience in acquisition and development of projects in the United States, Canada, Peru, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Honduras, Bolivia, Ireland, Mexico and Venezuela.

Served as Vice President and General Manager of Operations of Southern Peru Copper Corporation, Peru one of the largest copper producers in the world : General management of all aspects of operations of the company. Included two open pit copper mines, Toquepala and Cuajone, producing a combined 100,000 tpd of ore, two sulfide concentrators, a 3,000 tpd copper smelter, 170 megawatt thermal power plant, 200 mile industrial railroad, port and infrastructure for three townsites housing 30,000 people. Extensive experience in labor and government relations. Doubled smelter capacity and increased mine production by 20% during tenure.

Served as Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Ok Tedi Mining Ltd., Papua New Guinea where he developed one of the largest copper mines in the world without outside contractors, saving shareholders over $500 million : General management of all corporate operations of this gold and copper company. Organized in-house project construction group and re-engineered mine and processing facilities of the company. Acquired the Carr Fork and Quintana copper concentrators in the United States, dismantled and re-located them to Papua New Guinea. Expanded production rate from 15,000 tpd of ore to 75,000 tpd. Also constructed a 52 MWH hydroelectric power plant, a 140 mile pipeline through the jungle and a river port on the Fly River at Kiunga. Reduced project development costs from an initial estimate of $850 million to $280 million and increased the size of the project from 30,000 tpd to 75,000 tpd while completing the entire development program from internally generated funds.

Saved shareholders of the company in excess of $570 million over a two year development period from contractor estimates developed prior to becoming CEO and reduced the construction period by over two years, allowing shareholders the benefit of the higher income stream during that time.Harold (Roy) Shipes, President & CEO, Director

Thirty-Six years mining experience in senior positions in base and precious metals production, engineering and project development management around the world.

Extensive experience in acquisition and development of projects in the United States, Canada, Peru, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Honduras, Bolivia, Ireland, Mexico and Venezuela.

Served as Vice President and General Manager of Operations of Southern Peru Copper Corporation, Peru one of the largest copper producers in the world : General management of all aspects of operations of the company. Included two open pit copper mines, Toquepala and Cuajone, producing a combined 100,000 tpd of ore, two sulfide concentrators, a 3,000 tpd copper smelter, 170 megawatt thermal power plant, 200 mile industrial railroad, port and infrastructure for three townsites housing 30,000 people. Extensive experience in labor and government relations. Doubled smelter capacity and increased mine production by 20% during tenure.

Served as Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of Ok Tedi Mining Ltd., Papua New Guinea where he developed one of the largest copper mines in the world without outside contractors, saving shareholders over $500 million : General management of all corporate operations of this gold and copper company. Organized in-house project construction group and re-engineered mine and processing facilities of the company. Acquired the Carr Fork and Quintana copper concentrators in the United States, dismantled and re-located them to Papua New Guinea. Expanded production rate from 15,000 tpd of ore to 75,000 tpd. Also constructed a 52 MWH hydroelectric power plant, a 140 mile pipeline through the jungle and a river port on the Fly River at Kiunga. Reduced project development costs from an initial estimate of $850 million to $280 million and increased the size of the project from 30,000 tpd to 75,000 tpd while completing the entire development program from internally generated funds.

Saved shareholders of the company in excess of $570 million over a two year development period from contractor estimates developed prior to becoming CEO and reduced the construction period by over two years, allowing shareholders the benefit of the higher income stream during that time.

Nick Demare Interim CFO

Mr. DeMare, holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of British Columbia and is a member in good standing of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia. Since May, 1991, Mr. DeMare has been the President of Chase Management Ltd., a private company which provides a broad range of administrative, management and financial services to private and public companies engaged in mineral exploration and development, gold and silver production, oil and gas exploration and production and venture capital. Mr. DeMare currently serves as an officer and director of other public reporting companies.

Stewart A. Jackson PhD, PGeo – Geological Technical Director

Dr. Stewart A. Jackson, PhD., P.Geo., has over fifty-seven years of experience in the mining and oil and gas industries. He is a Qualified Person (QP) as defined under National Instrument 43-101 and will be the Qualified Person for Altair’s properties. He has been involved in the discovery and development of several major mineral discoveries including the Red Dog multi-billion dollar zinc-lead deposit in NW Alaska for Cominco; the Borealis, South McCoy and Manhattan gold deposits in Nevada for Houston Oil and Minerals. He founded Crown Resource Corporation which discovered in the State of Washington, USA, some 4.5 million ounces of gold. This deposit is currently in production by Kinross. During his career, Dr. Jackson has raised $150 million for the discovery and development of projects including gold, silver, diamonds, and base metal; nickel and uranium. He is the author of many industry publications, and one of his papers was awarded the Barlow Medal of the Canadian Institution of Mining and Metallurgy. Dr. Jackson is a member of several professional and scientific organizations.

Zahir (Zip) Dhanani Manager Of Business Development, Assistant To The President, And Chairman Advisory Board

Mr. Dhanani has over 20 years’ experience in the Canadian mining industry with extensive background in strategic planning, venture capital, capital structure, capital markets, business development, acquisitions and divestments. He has been active in the private equity arena since 1993, having invested and raised early-round funding in mining (precious and industrial mineral exploration), oil and gas(upstream), and technology (Internet / information, clean) sectors. He has served as an officer, director and financier of a variety of resource and technology companies, with industry experience in industrial minerals and real estate development. Mr. Dhanani has held various senior level executive positions in a number of Public Companies and is currently a Director of Terraco Gold Corp.

Selim Berisha Chief Geologist – Kosovo

Selim Berisha is a professional geologist resident in Kosovo. He is Chief Geologist of Altair for Kosovo and has been leading the company’s exploration program since its inception in 2016. Selim has over ten years of experience in Kosovo and has worked as geologist on a variety of exploration projects in the country for companies including, Fichtner, Iliria Mining, Thyssen Schautbau, Avrupa Minerals and Peshter Mining. He was also involved in the development of the Geochemical Survey for Kosovo by the Independent Commission for Mines and Minerals. Selim has a Masters Degree in Geology from the University of Prishtina, Kosovo.

Robert J. Naso BSc, MBA – Director

A businessman who has been involved in the mining sector for the past 8 years and has experience in construction, day to day operations, project management, contract negotiation and consulting. Mr. Naso brings several years’ experience in senior management in the mining sector and negotiating with foreign governments successfully in winning tenders in this sector. Mr. Naso also sits on several public companies boards and is instrumental in integrating new development abroad. Mr. Naso spent 2 years in Turkey working as a business consultant based in Istanbul.

Aylin Cecen Aksu MD, PHD – Independent Director

Dr. Aksu is a mining consultant presently living in Turkey. Dr. Aksu has, over the last six years, been a consultant and adviser to several Canadian and Chinese mining companies looking to source mining projects in Turkey and the Balkans.

Jeffrey Steiner Independent Director

Jeffrey Steiner is a senior executive, experienced corporate director & lawyer involved with international trade, the film & TV industry, the mining sector and early-stage technology investment. He leads New Franchise Media Inc., formed to create film & television productions based upon the best-selling novels of Jeffrey Archer. Mr. Steiner recently completed two terms (2010-2018) on the board of directors of Export Development Canada (EDC) where he chaired the Business Development & Strategy Committee. Jeff remains a board member of FinDev Canada, an EDC subsidiary for development finance. He is also Past-Chair of the joint Canada-UAE Business Council (CUBC) and continues as that board’s senior advisor.

Jeff is an advisory board member of European Electric Metals Inc., and a board member of Altair Resources Inc. Jeff previously served as CEO of the Toronto Economic Development Corporation (TEDCO) from 2002 to 2009 focused on real estate development, infrastructure and in-bound foreign direct investment. Since 2012, he assists the start-up community by serving as President (part-time) of Angel Investors Ontario.

Bruce Reid Independent Director

Mr. Reid is currently the President of Idaho Champion Gold Mines Ltd, a private Gold Exploration Corporation and is also currently the Executive Chairman of Satori Resources a publicly traded Canadian Mining Development Company. He was the CEO, President and Executive Chairman of Carlisle Goldfields, which he founded and financed since 2009. Over the past six years Mr. Reid raised over $30 million while the Company discovered over 5 million ounces of Gold on the Company’s Lynn Lake, Manitoba Project. Carlisle Goldfields was purchased by Alamos Gold in a $75 million takeover in 2016. Prior to that from 2005-2008 Mr. Reid was one of the Founders, President and CEO of U.S. Silver Corp. where he raised over $75 million to modernize and renovate the Galena Sliver Mine in Idaho and return the asset back to profitability. He has an Honours B.Sc. in Geology from the University of Toronto and a Finance degree from the University of Windsor.