Apeiron Resources
Kirk Poitras
Kirk Poitras

Resources, President and CEO

Kirk's Bio

Kirk has over 25 years working for Indigenous groups and in the Energy sector. Kirk has a fundamental understanding of the Energy business net back positions around projects, commodities and the overall value associated with doing business. He has experience in working with numerous Indigenous groups throughout British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario, and is a recognized Indigenous Rights holder in Canada with experience bridging western science and Indigenous perspectives for mutually beneficial outcomes.

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Peter McPherson

Resources, COO

Peter's Bio

Peter has nearly 20 years’ experience in the energy sector and is skilled at navigating the cultural complexities surrounding energy infrastructure projects in Canada. Peter is a respected citizen of the Métis Nation and believes strong community relationships are foundational to project and operational success. Peter’s focus includes leveraging his information management expertise, Indigenous leadership skills and cultural heritage to build inclusive partnerships and innovative, workable solutions within project scopes. He is committed to ensuring that Indigenous communities’ voices are heard and they are actively involved in shaping projects that directly impact them. He is especially passionate about helping Indigenous communities heal and become true project partners and self-advocates.

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Chad Malarchuk

Resources, CFO

Chad's Bio

Chad has over 20 years of experience in finance, first as a senior controller before moving to domestic and international tax compliance, audit and tax planning. He is passionate about collaborating with enthusiastic, goal-driven colleagues and the results that can be produced when people work together. At Apeiron, his current focus is assessing organic and acquisition expansion opportunities, project valuation and governance to further our reach and the opportunities we are able to provide Indigenous communities and individuals.