Code of Ethics

Discovery Harbour Resources Corp.
Code of Business Conduct & Ethics


This Code of Business Conduct and Ethics (the “Code”) has been adopted by the Board of Directors of Discovery Harbour Resources Corp. (“Discovery”).

Discovery is a privately held investment vehicle that identifies, invests in and grows high margin mineral resource projects and strategically placed, early stage companies in low to moderate risk jurisdictions. The success of our business will require a technical sound commitment to economic, social and environmental management and effective corporate governance. Successful projects will provide an increased wealth for our shareholder and stakeholders, employment, and at the same time enhance the nearby communities.

The purpose of this Code of Ethics is to commit, to uphold and enhance the honesty, honour, integrity and dignity of all the people involved and associated with Discovery, such that Discovery and its agents are held in the highest esteem. The companies’ purpose is to enhance the wealth of its shareholders in the most ethical, sustainable, means available.

1.  Purpose
This code documents the commitment of the directors, officers, and employees of Discovery to conduct business in accordance with all the applicable laws, rules and regulations and high ethical standards. In conducting our corporate activities, the responsibility of the company,  its employees and agents for the welfare, health and safety of the community shall at all times come before all other responsibilities. Directors, officers, employees and agents of Discovery shall act as to uphold and enhance the honesty honor, integrity and dignity of the company.
2. Compliance with Code
Discovery expects its directors, officers, employees and agents to familiarize themselves with, and act in full compliance with the policies in this code. Failure to observe these policies may subject the directors, officers, employees or agents to disciplinary action up to and including termination. Violations of the code may also be violations of the law.
Discovery expects employees, officers, directors and agents to take all responsible steps to prevent violation of this Code and to identify and raise potential issues before the lead to problems. Any question or suspected compliance deviation should be reported to the Chairman of the Audit committee. Every responsible effort will be made to ensure the confidentiality of those furnishing information and Discovery will not tolerate retaliatory action against any individual for raising legitimate concerns or questions regarding ethics matters or for reporting suspected violations of good faith.
3.  Conflicts of Interest
Employees, officers and directors should avoid conflicts of interest. All employees, officers and directors have an obligation to act in the best interests of Discovery. Outside activities, whether for profit or non-profit, must be free of conflict with responsibilities to Discovery. In particular, Discovery employees, officers and directors must not serve as director or officers of, or work as, employees, agents or consultants for, a competitor or an actual or potential business partner of Discovery with consent from the CEO.
If a conflict of interest exists, and there is no failure tof good faith on the part of the employee or director, Discovery policy generally will allow a reasonable amount of time for the employee or director to correct the situation in order to prevent undue hardship or loss. However, all decisions in this regard will be in the discretion of the CEO.
4. Suppliers, Contractors & Competitors
Discovery will deal fairly with suppliers, contractors and competitors. Discover prohibits entering into any unlawful arrangement with suppliers, contractors or competitors by any director, officer, or employee. No employee or director may take unfair advantage of anyone through manipulation, concealment, and abuse of privileged information, misrepresentation or material facts, or any other unfair-dealing practice.
Acceptance by an employee or director (or a member of his or her immediate family) of gifts of entertainment of a value that may influence business decisions or compromise independent judgment is prohibited.
5.  Disclosure
Discovery commits to provide timely, factual and accurate disclosure of material information about the affairs of Discovery to the public incompliance with all regulations.
6. Public Officials
No Director officer or employee of Discovery or contractor or agent on behalf of Discovery shall pay, offer to pay, or promise to give anything of value, directly or indirectly, to any government official for the purpose of influencing an official act or decision related to retaining or obtaining business or directing business to any person.
7. Compliance with Laws
Discovery directors, officers and employees are expected to comply with all applicable laws, rules, and regulations in each jurisdiction in which it does business. All employees and directors are expected to adhere to the standards and restrictions imposed by those laws, rules, and regulations. Employees and directors should educate themselves on the laws, rules, and regulations that govern their work.
8. Company Property
All employees and directors should protect Discovery's assets (including information) and ensure their efficient use. Reasonable efforts to protect Discovery assets from loss, damage, theft, misuse, and waste are expected. Expenses should be reasonable and serve Discovery business interests.
9. Confidentiality
All confidential information should be kept in strict confidence, except when disclosure is authorized or legally mandated. Confidential information includes, among other things, any non-public information.
10. No Discrimination
Discovery does not tolerate or condone any type of discrimination prohibited by law and expects that all relationships among persons in the workplace will be free of bias harassment.
11. Safety
Safety is our major priority, no one should be injured in the course of our business. We believe all injuries and occupational illness are preventable. Safe behavior is an essential prerequisite of all Directors, officers, employees and agents of Discovery. We will strive to continually improve our safety performance. Discovery will comply and if possible outperform recognized industry standards and will meet all applicable safety laws. Discovery will recognize and spread best practices. It will measure its safety performance and make this public. Discovery will study, identify and manage risk. If an incident does occur, we will identify root causes, rectify and communicate these remedies.
12. Environment
Where possible Discovery will strive to prevent or otherwise minimize, mitigate and remediate any negative impact on the environment. Excellence in Environmental performance is essential to our continuation of business and sustaining our industry as a whole. Compliance with environment laws regulations is the foundation on which we build our performance. This performance shall be measured and made public. Discovery’s environmental policies are set out in those Policy Statements.
13. Community
Discovery sets out to build an enduring positive relationship with our neighbors, one that endures mutual respect, active partnership and long term commitment. Mutual respect depends on our understanding the issues that are important to the communities we are active in. Discovery will be involved in proactive involvement and communication.
14. Waivers
Discovery will periodically review this code. This code may be amended or waived only by the Board of Directors or a Committee of the Board and will be disclosed to employees and shareholders and required by applicable rules and regulations.

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