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Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
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  • Slide # 3 has geology base with quartz breccia zones highlighted by circle
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    • 1. Lone Pine Molybdenum Project
    • 2. Property Location Map Lone Pine Property
    • 3. Claim Location
      • Highway 16 15km Houston 50km to Smithers
      • Pacific Northern Gas 10.75” dia. pipeline
      • 500 kV transmission line and hydro substation
      • CN Rail link to coastal ports of Kitimat and Prince Rupert
    • 4. Exploration History
      • 1914 - First recorded work. Shaft sunk to 66 feet on Polymetallic Quartz Vein.
      • 1959-1962 - Southwest Potash Corp. Geological, geochemical and geophysical surveys over mineralized molybdenum outcrops.
      • 1964 - Canex Aerial Exploration Ltd. Geological mapping, soil geochemical surveys. One drill hole (139.3m)
    • 5. 1964-1971 - Molymine Exploration Ltd.
      • Extensive program comprising Geological, geochemical and geophysical surveys, trenching and sampling.
      • Two distinct zones identified and referred to as “Quartz Breccia Zone” and “Alaskite Zone”.
      • 1,006m trenching in Quartz Breccia and 915m in Alaskite Zones
      • 110 vertical percussion drill holes = 2,882m with 2 core holes in Alaskite Zone and 10 core holes in Quartz Breccia Zone.
    • 6. Quartz Breccia and Alaskite Zones Coarse grained Quartz Feldspar Porphyry Fine to medium grained alaskite intrusive or leucogranite Hornfels and altered volcanics Massive fine grained volcanics Massive grey diorite Tuffs (grey) Pinkish magnetic monzonitic dyke Tuffs (brown) Quartz Breccia Zone Alaskite Zone
    • 7. 1975-1976 Granby Mining Corp.
      • Geochemical, geophysical and geological surveys, road access.
      • Granby Zone identified.
      • 12 vertical percussion drill holes = 682.7m
      • Best results from percussion drill hole M-3 reporting 0.136% MoS2 / 51.82m
    • 8. Granby Zone Coarse grained Quartz Feldspar Porphyry Fine to medium grained alaskite intrusive or leucogranite Hornfels and altered volcanics Massive fine grained volcanics Massive grey diorite Tuffs (grey) Pinkish magnetic monzonitic dyke Tuffs (brown) Quartz Breccia Zone Alaskite Zone Granby Zone Percussion hole M3 0.13% MoS 2 / 51.9m
    • 9. 1978 Granby Mining Corp.
      • Geochemical surveys east of the Alaskite Zone identified anomalous molybdenum in soils referred to as “Mineral Hill Zone”.
      • 7 Percussion Drill Holes = 515.3m.
      • Best results from percussion drill hole M14 reporting 0.03% MoS2 / 85.4m.
      • 3 NQ core holes completed.
    • 10. Mineral Hill Zone Quartz Breccia Zone Coarse grained Quartz Feldspar Porphyry Fine to medium grained alaskite intrusive or leucogranite Hornfels and altered volcanics Massive fine grained volcanics Massive grey diorite Tuffs (grey) Pinkish magnetic monzonitic dyke Tuffs (brown) Alaskite Zone Granby Zone Mineral Hill Zone Percussion hole M14 0.03% MoS 2 / 85.4m
    • 11. Granby Drill Holes Coarse grained Quartz Feldspar Porphyry Fine to medium grained alaskite intrusive or leucogranite Hornfels and altered volcanics Massive fine grained volcanics Massive grey diorite Tuffs (grey) Pinkish magnetic monzonitic dyke Tuffs (brown) Diamond hole G78-3 0.04% MoS 2 / 40.0m Diamond hole G78-1 0.067% MoS 2 / 356.6m Diamond hole G78-2 0.057% MoS 2 / 348.7m 1.2 km
    • 12. Exploration History
      • 1979-1983 Noranda Exploration Ltd.
        • Evaluated for VMS potential east of Mineral Hill
      • 1985 Daffrey Resources
        • Assess precious metal potential of Quartz Breccia and Alaskite Zones
        • 12 percussion drill holes
    • 13. Exploration History
      • 1987 Southern Cross Gold Inc.
        • Assess precious metal pot e ntial
        • 8 NQ drill holes = 521.8m.
        • Best results Quartz Breccia Zone 1.04opt Ag / 2.9m
      • 2002 Daniel and William Merkley stake “Lone Pine” claims.
    • 14. 2006-2007 Bard Exploration
      • August 2006: Bard Options Lone Pine Property from Daniel and William Merkley of Houston, BC
      • 2007: 41.25km of gridding
        • 3D Induced Polarization Survey Magnetic Survey
      • Jan-Feb 2007: 7NQ Drill Holes = 2836.4m
      • Sept-Dec 2007: 16 NQ Drill Holes = 5383.1m
    • 15. Bard 2008 Exploration Program
      • Jan-April 2008: 16 NQ Drill Holes = 8957.2m
      • July-Oct 2008: 16 NQ Drill Holes = 8957.2m
        • Alaskite Zone: 40 Drill Holes = 21,295.2m
        • Qtz Breccia Zone: 7 Drill Holes = 3456.3m
        • Granby Zone: 4 Drill Holes = 952.6m
        • Other: 4 Drill Holes = 1308.1m
      • Total combined Drilling 2007-2008 55 Drill Holes = 27,012.2m
    • 16. Bard Drilling Quartz Breccia Zone Alaskite Zone Granby Zone BD-07-01 Coarse grained Quartz Feldspar Porphyry Fine to medium grained alaskite intrusive or leucogranite Hornfels and altered volcanics Massive fine grained volcanics Massive grey diorite Tuffs (grey) Pinkish magnetic monzonitic dyke Tuffs (brown)
    • 17. Alaskite Zone Drill Section
    • 18. Mineral Resource Summary 0.02% Mo Cutoff = 179 Million Tonnes @ 0.07% Mo (GeoSim Services Inc.)   MEASURED + INDICATED Cut-off % Mo Tonnes ≥ Cutoff (000's) Mo% In-situ lbs Mo (000's) 0.02 151,536 0.069 232,071 0.03 140,417 0.073 225,193 0.04 110,340 0.083 201,733 0.05 84,869 0.094 176,628 0.06 66,454 0.106 154,890 0.07 54,702 0.114 137,758 0.08 47,583 0.120 125,858 0.09 41,556 0.126 115,132 0.10 34,975 0.131 101,310 INFERRED Cutoff % Mo Tonnes ≥ Cutoff (000's) Mo% In-situ lbs Mo (000's) 0.02 27,827 0.084 51,532 0.03 27,555 0.085 51,636 0.04 25,840 0.088 50,131 0.05 22,839 0.094 47,331 0.06 18,295 0.104 41,947 0.07 15,238 0.111 37,290 0.08 13,092 0.117 33,769 0.09 11,800 0.121 31,477 0.10 10,186 0.125 28,070
    • 19. 0.02% Mo Gradeshell Domain View Looking NE
    • 20. Solid Model of QFP, ALAS and ALAS/AND
    • 21. Alaskite / Mo Grade Shell Looking NW
    • 22. Block Model Grade Distribution
    • 23. Block Model Classification
    • 24. Optimized Pit Shell Extents
    • 25. Bard 2009-10 Exploration Programs
      • Compilation of available historic data
      • Mapping and soil geochemical survey (480 samples) covering 12.1 grid line kilometers overlying quartz feldspar granite intrusive.
      • Historical showings located and sampled.
      • Nov-Dec 2009: 9NQ Drill Holes = 2495.0m (BD-09-49 to BD-09-57)
      • Feb – Mar 2010: 9 NQ Drill Holes = 3427.1m (BD-10-58 to BD-10-66)
    • 26. Bard 2009-10 Exploration Program BD-07-01 BD-07-03 Coarse grained Quartz Feldspar Porphyry Fine to medium grained alaskite intrusive or leucogranite Hornfels and altered volcanics Massive fine grained volcanics Massive grey diorite Tuffs (grey) Pinkish magnetic monzonitic dyke Tuffs (brown) open open NEW AREA OF MOLYBDENUM MINERALIZATION
    • 27. Bard 2009 – Mo in Soils BD-07-01 BD-07-03
    • 28. Bard 2009 – Cu in Soils BD-07-01 BD-07-03
    • 29. Bard 2009 – Ag in Soils BD-07-01 BD-07-03
    • 30. IP Chargeabilty – 50m Depth BD-07-01 BD-07-03
    • 31. IP Resistivity – 50m Depth BD-07-01 BD-07-03
    • 32. Magnetics BD-07-01 BD-07-03
    • 33. BD-09-51, 56, 57 DDH From(m) To (m) Width (m) Mo(%) BD-09-51 15.6 19.6 4.0 0.01 incl. 2.0m 1.3% Zn, 396gmt Ag   55.7 58.0 2.3 0.08   70.3 71.1 0.8 0.12 BD-09-56 20.0 29.3 9.3 0.05   78.4 80.4 2.0 0.10   159.4 170.8 11.4 0.03 BD-09-57 17.3 29.3 12.0 0.03   55.3 59.6 4.3 0.04   67.6 71.6 4.0 0.04   114.5 116.6 2.1 0.16   175.1 179.4 4.3 0.06   225.3 231.5 6.2 0.02   441.0 445.2 4.2 0.04
    • 34. BD-09-52 to 55 DDH From(m) To (m) Width (m) Mo(%) BD-09-52 5.0 9.0 4.0 0.03   45.0 47.0 2.0 0.06   82.8 83.5 0.7 0.13 BD-09-53 3.0 12.6 9.6 0.02   37.6 39.6 2.0 529gmt Ag   71.0 73.4 2.4 0.02 incl. 2.1% Cu, 9.0% Zn, 303gmt Ag BD-09-54 4.7 10.7 6.0 0.02   32.4 40.6 8.2 0.03   70.6 79.6 9.0 0.03   193.4 193.8 0.4 1.6% Cu, 4.0% Pb, 5.0% Zn, 2400gmt Ag BD-09-55 9.0 13.4 4.4 0.06   45.4 46.3 0.9 0.26   64.8 66.2 1.4 0.04   71.7 72.0 0.3 0.15   104.0 105.0 1.0 0.36   121.1 124.9 3.8 0.36 incl.   1.1 1.18   173.8 178.0 4.2 0.06
    • 35. Bard 2010 Drilling Coarse grained Quartz Feldspar Porphyry Fine to medium grained alaskite intrusive or leucogranite Hornfels and altered volcanics open open NEW AREA OF MOLYBDENUM MINERALIZATION
    • 36. BD-10-61,62 DDH From (m) To (m) Width (m) Mo(%) BD-10-61 81.1 83.3 2.2 0.05 and 123.0 130.1 7.1 0.03 and 133.6 178.4 44.8 0.04 incl. 137.0 140.0 3.0 0.05 incl. 147.8 148.7 0.9 0.10 incl. 153.9 172.0 18.1 0.06 incl. 153.9 157.1 3.2 0.10 incl. 165.2 170.0 4.8 0.10 and 232.5 243.8 11.3 0.03 incl. 234.1 238.6 4.5 0.05 and 255.4 313.5 58.1 0.04 incl. 255.4 268.0 12.6 0.07 incl. 265.6 268.0 2.4 0.22 incl. 265.6 266.3 0.7 0.23 incl. 0.7m - 0.7% Cu, 1.0% Pb, 3.4% Zn, 451 gmt Ag incl. 274.5 286.4 11.9 0.06 and 329.4 335.1 5.7 0.03 and 377.8 383.2 5.4 0.05 incl. 379.8 380.2 0.4 0.36
    • 37. Corporate Structure
      • Directors and Management
        • Eugene Beukman President
        • Jim Miller-Tait Director
        • Robert Pryde Director
        • John B. Malysa Director
        • Emmet McGrath Director
        • Rick Kemp Vice President, Exploration
        • Debra Watkins Corporate Secretary
        • Corporate Office: Suite 800 – 1199 West Hastings St. Vancouver, BC V6E 3T5

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