Our Commitments

Environment, Social & Governance

Company-wide, we understand that every interaction and every decision we make has an impact both close and far-reaching. These commitments are sincerely important to us and support our sustainable growth as we maintain our place in society.


Embarking on the new frontier.

Frontier Lithium is led by a strong management team and directors with approximately 30% ownership 

and decades of experience in resource extraction, refining and capital markets. With its world-class lithium asset, the company has attracted highly knowledgeable team members with key experience in the lithium mining sector.

Board of Directors


Advisory Board Members

With its world-class lithium asset, the company has attracted highly knowledgeable team members with key experience in the lithium mining and chemicals sector.

  • Peter Vanstone, P. Geo

  • Michael Tamlin

  • Robert J. McLean, CHRP

  • Gordon MacKay

Executive Leadership Team



Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada

Ontario Prospectors Association

Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy & Petroleum

Northeastern Ontario Prospectors Association



We are aware that there is no greater focus than the safety and health of each and every person who supports our operations. Our commitment is very clear - no harm means no incidents, no injuries and no fatalities. We endeavour to create a safe work environment that centres around preventing catastrophic incidents and reduces injuries. Our focus is to identify and minimize any risks that may affect the health and safety of our people.


We are responsible stewards to the land, air, water and biodiversity of the areas from which we are extracting our natural resources from. Through environmentally friendly ways we will operate our business in order to minimize any potential to harm our natural surroundings. We understand that our planet is precious. As we grow operationally our focus is to have no adverse environmental impacts and to achieve this we will undertake a range of active programmes for environmental management. We understand the only way to do this is to work closely and collaboratively with local communities and other stakeholders including customers, suppliers, investors, regulators, industry members and the public.

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We are committed to diversity and treating everyone with respect. Together, we listen to each other and collaborate so that we may build sincere relationships with our neighbours in communities we operate in. We have an active interest and respect for Indigenous Peoples that surround our operations by understanding the social, environmental and economic implications of our activities. Our focus is to maximize the benefits and minimize any negative impacts.

One of the most important parts of the responsible resource development is establishing meaningful relationships with the communities that surround the project. At the exploration stage, exploration agreements are signed as a way to create a protocol between a community and an exploration company and to define principles for working together. Frontier Lithium was proud to sign exploration agreements with Sandy Lake First Nation and Deer Lake First Nation in October 2016, with North Spirit Lake First Nation in June 2017, and with Keewaywin First Nation in 2019. Together we are working towards the mining development stage to enable provisions for employment and training, business opportunities through contracts and joint ventures, social and cultural considerations, funding arrangements, and other provisions during commercial scale mining operations.


Over the last few years we have supported initiatives taken on by local community members, sponsoring local events and purchasing equipment for the Deer Lake Bolts hockey team and musical instruments for use by North Spirit Lake First Nation. We believe in the power of creating music, the comradery in sport and most importantly building opportunities for youth.

Always Moving Forward “Next Generation” Scholarship

This scholarship was specifically designed to recognize and support young members of the four (4) communities of Sandy Lake First Nation, North Spirit Lake First Nation, Deer Lake First Nation and Keewaywin First Nation. Together, we all share the common goal of creating a better tomorrow.

Research & Innovation

We are a part of a global laboratory of research and innovation and are open to collaboration and discovery in an endeavour to do good. Our elements will ultimately be used in various ways and we understand their versatility. We strongly support new processes to apply our products and welcome opportunities for new and safe innovations that will benefit mankind.

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External Teams


McCarthy Tetrault LLP
421 – 7th Avenue SW, Suite 3300
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 4K9


S & W LLP - Chartered Professional Accountants
91 Skyward Avenue, Suite 105
Toronto, Ontario
M9W 6R5

Transfer Agent

Computershare Investor Services of Canada
600, 530-8th Avenue S.W.
Calgary, Alberta
T2P 3S8

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+1 (705) 897 7622

2736 Belisle Drive,
Val Caron, ON
P3N 1B3, Canada

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