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Greg Mills joins Frontier Lithium’s board of directors

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Greg Mills joins Frontier Lithium's electrification efforts in transportation, adding his global equities experience.

SUDBURY — Frontier Lithium Inc. and Reginald Walker, Chair of the Board, announce that Greg Mills, formerly Head of RBC’s Global Equities, has been appointed to Frontier’s Board of Directors, effective immediately. Mr. Mills has experience in capital markets and currently is the Chairman of the Board of Sundial Growers Inc., a director of Aequitas Innovations and the capital markets advisory to Portag3 Ventures.

“We are excited to welcome Greg as a new director to Frontier’s Board,” said Rick Walker, Chairman of Frontier. “Greg complements our Board’s skills and experiences and we are confident he will provide extremely valuable perspectives as we continue to execute our growth strategy and enhance value for all of Frontier Lithium and PAK Lithium Project stakeholders.”

Mr. Mills has served 20 years at RBC Dominion Securities Inc as managing director of RBC Capital Markets’ Global Equities division and on RBC Capital Markets’ Operating and Global Risk committees and previously was a director of RBC USA Holdco Corporation. Mr. Mills holds a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of Windsor.

“I am excited to be working with Frontier’s directors and executive team. The electrification of transportation is an enormous global market opportunity which will become underserved by a limited North American lithium mining and chemicals industry and I believe Frontier Lithium is ideally positioned with a quality asset to capitalize on.” said Greg Mills.


Effective immediately, Ernie Marcotte has reduced his responsibilities to the Company by stepping down from the Board of Directors. Mr. Marcotte has agreed to continue to provide strategic technical advice to the Company and will serve on the Advisory Board.


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