Northern Lights Resources Corp is a Canadian resource exploration and development company headquarter in Vancouver British Columbia. Northern Lights Resources Corp is publicly traded on the Canadian Stock Exchange “CSE” trading under the symbol of “NLR”.

The company’s key asset is the Medicine Springs Project located on the eastern edge of the Carlin Trend in southeastern Elko County, Nevada.

Medicine Springs is a high grade silver-zinc-lead project with strong potential to host a carbonate replacement deposit and a large open pitiable oxide deposit.

Northern Lights Resources is focused on increasing shareholder value through exploration and development of quality resource projects.


Albert (Rick) Timcke

Executive Chairman and President and Director

Mr. Timcke is a Vancouver based entrepreneur and financier who has been involved in public equity market roles for more than 30 years. Specializing in the marketing, funding, restructuring and formation of Canadian-based resource issuers listed on both Canadian and US exchanges.

Over his career, Mr. Timcke has senior roles in listed public companies ranging from Investor Relations to being an Officer and Director. Previously held positions include: CEO of Northern Lights Resources Corp., March 2007 – Currently as Executive Chairman and President; Director of LiCo Energy Corp., September 2016 – January 2017; Investor Relations of Nevada Energy Metals Inc., August 2016 – February 2017; Corporate Development/Investor Relations of Auracle Resources Ltd., August 2012 – October, 2012; President, CEO and Director of Tajiri Resources Corp., April 2011 – July 2012


Jason Bahnsen, B.Sc. Mining Engineering, MBA

CEO and Director

Mr. Bahnsen is a mining engineer with over 30 years of experience in natural-resources finance and operations.

Jason’s experience spans all facets of the mining industry from his early days when he spent several years working as a development miner for Canadian mine contracting companies at operations throughout Canada and at the Freeport copper/gold operations in Indonesia, to operations leadership roles (shiftboss/crew leader) for an operating underground gold mine, to engineering and executive roles with Rio Tinto (where he was involved in the development of the Century Zinc Mine in northern Queensland Australia), to resource investment banking (including Deutsche Bank and Macquarie Bank), to CEO of private and listed exploration and development resource companies.

Prior to joining Northern Lights, Jason was CEO of Falcon Isle Resources (private), CEO of Strata Minerals Inc a TSX.V listed phosphate explorer, Head of Corporate Finance for Fox Davies Capital in London UK, and Director at Deutsche Bank AG, including serving as the Head of Deutsche Bank’s Metals and Mining investment banking practice in Asia.


Gary Artmont

Head Geologist

Senior exploration geologist with over 40 years of international experience in regions including Canada, USA, Mexico, South America, Indonesia, Africa, Russia, China and Mongolia.  Fellow member of AUSIMM and qualified to write NI 43-101 or JORC Competent Person reports for various exchanges.

Exploration background extends from grassroots to project pre-feasibility studies. Working experience related a wide variety of mineral settings that include, precious metals, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, industrial and energy commodities.

Mr. Artmont has held senior positions with Rio Tinto, Kennecott Australia, Freeport McMoran Indonesia, Union Carbide, Norilsk Nickel and Ivanhoe Mining. From 1989 to 1995, Mr. Artmont served as the Chief Exploration Geologist for Freeport responsible for conducting exploration over a 57,000 km2 Contract of Work surrounding the world-class Grasberg deposit.


Leon Ho, CPA

Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Ho is a chartered professional accountant working at Cross Davis & Company LLP, a chartered professional accountant firm providing accounting services to publicly listed entities, primarily in the mining sector. Mr. Ho works directly with mining chief executive officers and directors, assisting with their regulatory and accounting needs.