Ken Berry: Olympic Hockey Player to Junior Mining Chairman

Collin Kettell May 30, 2016
Category: Palisade Videos

Ken Berry is a Founding Director of Northern Vertex Mining Corp (TSX-V:NEE) and Kootenay Silver Inc. (TSX-V:KTN). Since inception, both companies have made incredible strides forward, despite poor market conditions. Kootenay Silver has delineated millions of ounces of silver in Mexico and Northern Vertex is in the midst of transition from development into production.

Ken started his career as a professional hockey player, even participating in the 1980 and 1984 Olympic games. Teamwork and determination are two skills Ken developed while playing professionally – skills he believes are key to creating a successful mining company.

Northern Vertex is perfectly poised to move from development into production and take advantage of the turn in the market. The company anticipates a low cost of production and will be competitive even in a market pull back.

Their flagship asset, the Moss Mine is located an hour and half from Las Vegas and 3.5 hours from Phoenix. In fact, Palisade made a trip to the property earlier this month, and a detailed report can be read here – (

Contributing Content: This week we bring you an article from contributor John Gomez regarding an exciting new diamond discovery in an unexpected area of Canada. This makes for a very interesting read and potential investment opportunity

Talking points from this week’s interview:
• Moss mine is on the doorstep of production
• All in sustaining costs of $624
• High blue-sky exploration potential
• Close proximity to Las Vegas and Phoenix

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