We strive to positively impact every community we touch, prioritizing inclusive and fair practices across our operations.

Scope and Purpose

The Board of Directors (“the Board”) of Great Eagle Gold Corp. (“Great Eagle”) has established a Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee (“the Committee”), tasked with overseeing not only the diversity of the Board and senior management but also ensuring these principles extend to all employees and contractors engaged by Great Eagle. This comprehensive approach aims to foster an inclusive environment throughout the entire organization and its business dealings.

Policy Statement

Great Eagle is committed to promoting and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce across all levels of the company, from our executive team to our newest hires and extended network of contractors. We believe that embracing a wide array of backgrounds and experiences is crucial to our success and innovation.

Inclusive Hiring and Engagement Practices

All appointments to the Board, senior management, and other positions within the company will be based on merit, with consideration given to the benefits of diversity in skills, experience, and backgrounds. Similarly, when engaging contractors, Great Eagle will select partners who demonstrate a commitment to practices that align with our values of diversity and inclusion. The company reserves the right to cease engagements with any contractor whose business practices or corporate culture are found to be contrary to our standards of inclusiveness and diversity.

Diversity and Nomination Process

In the selection of Board members, executives, employees, and contractors, the Committee and the Board will consider a broad spectrum of diversity factors, including gender, age, disabilities, racial or ethnic backgrounds, cultural diversity, and Indigenous origins, among others. This consideration also extends to the evaluation of contractors and suppliers to ensure alignment with our diversity objectives.

Measurable Objectives

The Committee and the Board are responsible for setting measurable diversity objectives across the organization and for ensuring the implementation of this policy. Objectives will be reviewed and adjusted annually based on our progress and the evolving landscape of our workforce and business needs.

Monitoring and Reporting

The effectiveness of this Policy will be monitored and evaluated regularly by the Committee, with findings and progress reported to the Board. This will include assessments of employee and contractor diversity, the impact of diversity initiatives, and compliance with diversity standards. Adjustments to the Policy will be made as needed to reflect findings and to enhance its effectiveness.

Effective Date

This Policy was adopted by the Board of Directors of Great Eagle Gold Corp. on April 25, 2024.

Purpose and Scope

This Local Employment Policy (“the Policy”) is established by the Board of Directors (“the Board”) of Great Eagle Gold Corp. (“Great Eagle”). It is designed to prioritize the hiring of local employees and contractors wherever feasible, aligning with our global strategy of acquiring and potentially developing a portfolio of mining titles containing National Instrument 43-101 (NI 43-101) certified gold resources. This policy applies to all local hiring and contracting activities across the company, ensuring that Great Eagle acts as a responsible corporate citizen, integrated within and contributing to the local communities where we operate.

Policy Statement

Great Eagle is committed to supporting local economies by prioritizing the employment of local residents and the engagement of local businesses for contracting opportunities, wherever our projects are based. This commitment not only supports community development but also enhances project efficiency and local relations.

Implementation Guidelines

  1. Local Hiring Practices: For each project, Great Eagle will first seek qualified local individuals to fill positions before expanding the search geographically. This approach ensures that local talent is utilized effectively, promoting economic growth within the community.
  2. Engagement of Local Contractors: Similarly, local contractors will be given preference for contracts, provided they meet the required standards of service and expertise. This policy supports local businesses and ensures a multiplier effect on the local economy.
  3. Integration with Diversity Policy: All local employment and contracting decisions will adhere to the principles outlined in Great Eagle’s Diversity Policy, ensuring that hiring and contracting practices promote diversity and inclusion within the workforce.
  4. Community Engagement: Great Eagle will engage with local community leaders and organizations to ensure that our employment practices align with local needs and contribute positively to the communiy.
  5. Training and Development: When local skill sets do not meet specific project needs, Great Eagle will consider initiatives such as training programs to enhance local capabilities, preparing the community for future opportunities.

Monitoring and Reporting

The Corporate Governance and Nominating Committee will oversee the implementation of this Policy and report regularly to the Board on its effectiveness. This will include monitoring the proportion of local hires and contractors engaged versus non-local, and the impact of any training and development programs.

Review and Adjustment

The Policy will be reviewed annually to ensure it remains relevant and effective in meeting its goals. Adjustments will be made based on feedback from local communities, project managers, and changes in the business environment.

Effective Date

This Policy was adopted by the Board of Directors of Great Eagle Gold Corp. on April 25, 2024.

Purpose and Scope

This Social Giveback Policy (“the Policy”) has been established by Great Eagle Gold Corp. (“Great Eagle”) to formalize our commitment to contributing positively to the communities where we operate. This policy mandates that Great Eagle allocates resources to support local social initiatives, reinforcing our dedication to corporate social responsibility.

Policy Statement

Great Eagle is committed to supporting the sustainable development of local communities by implementing a structured social giveback program. Under this program, Great Eagle will donate two percent (2%) of all NatGold coins it receives from the tokenization of mining titles to local causes, foundations, or programs that provide general social benefits to the community.

Guidelines for Social Giveback Contributions

Selection of Beneficiaries: The beneficiaries of this giveback program will be local organizations that are independent and operate at arm’s length from Great Eagle and any of its employees. These organizations must be focused on programs that broadly benefit the local community’s social welfare.

Committee Oversight: All social giveback contributions will be reviewed and approved by Great Eagle’s Compensation Committee to ensure that they meet the policy’s criteria and align with our corporate values of integrity and community support.

Transparency and Reporting: Great Eagle will maintain a high level of transparency regarding its social giveback contributions. Details of all donations, including the recipient organizations and the amounts donated, will be published on Great Eagle’s official website. This practice ensures public accountability and aligns with our commitment to transparent corporate practices.

Community Engagement: Prior to finalizing contributions, Great Eagle will engage with local communities to identify the most impactful and needed social programs. This engagement will help ensure that our contributions are well-targeted and effective.

Annual Review and Adjustments: This Policy will be reviewed annually by the Compensation Committee to assess its effectiveness and make necessary adjustments based on community feedback and evolving social needs.

Effective Date

This Policy was adopted by the Board of Directors of Great Eagle Gold Corp. on April 25, 2024.