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KAMINAK GOLD CORPORATION (KAM: TSX-V) is focused on exploring the Coee Gold Project, …

KAMINAK GOLD CORPORATION (KAM: TSX-V) is focused on exploring the Coee Gold Project,
located in the emerging White Gold District, Yukon Territory. In 2010, Kaminak executed the first ever drill program on the
Coee property, and 9 separate and closely-spaced gold discoveries have been drilled to date within a 15km by 5km area.
All of these gold discoveries have been made by drilling directly underneath gold-in-soil anomalies. Lack of glaciation over
the Coee property has allowed in-situ soil-sampling to be employed as a highly eective and low cost exploration tool.
Presently, there are over 20km of untested soil anomalies on the property that warrant drill testing, and only 15% of the
150,000 acre property has experienced systematic grid soil sampling. e fully funded Phase One 2012 exploration
program includes a minimum of 50,000 metres of drilling with the objectives of expanding the high-priority zones along
strike and at depth, drilling new discoveries and identifying new drill targets through soil sampling. e results from the
2012 program are expected to lead to a maiden NI 43-101 compliant resource on the Coee property.
| visit www.kaminak.com


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  • 1. Coffee Gold Project: A New Canadian Gold District June 2012 Corporate Presentation
  • 2. Forward Looking StatementsThis presentation contains "forward-looking statements". These forward-looking statements are made as of the date ofthis presentation and Kaminak Gold Corporation does not intend, and does not assume any obligation, to update theseforward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to thetiming and amount of estimated future exploration, success of exploration activities, expenditures, permitting, andrequirements for additional capital and access to data.Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actualresults, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future results, performance orachievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others, risks relatedto actual results of current exploration activities; changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined; theability to enter into joint ventures or to acquire or dispose of property interests; future prices of mineral resources;accidents, labour disputes and other risks of the mining industry; ability to obtain financing; and delays in obtaininggovernmental approvals or financing.This presentation does not constitute an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy any securities of Kaminak GoldCorporation. Kaminak’s disclosure of a technical or scientific nature in this presentation has been reviewed and approvedby Dr. Rob Carpenter, Ph.D., P.Geo., Kaminak’s President and CEO, who serves as a Qualified Person under the definitionof National Instrument 43-101. The Coffee property is an early stage exploration property and does not contain anymineral resources as defined by National Instrument 43-101. 2
  • 3. OutlineShare Structure………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 4Targeting Near-Surface, High-Grade Oxide Gold in Canada…….……………………………………….... 5Coffee Project 2010-2011.…………………………………………………………………….………….………………….. 62012 Phase One Exploration Program.…………………………………………………………………………………… 7District Scale Exploration Potential….…….……………………………………………………….……………………. 8Coffee Mineralized Zones………………………………………………………………………………………….….….……. 10Initial Metallurgical Testing.......………………………………………………………………………………….……….11Behind the Numbers…………..…………………………………………………………………………………………………. 13How We Find Gold…………………………………………………………………………………………………….……………. 15Coffee Sugar Comparison……………………………………………………………………………………………..………. 17Supremo-Connector-Latte-Double Double……………………..………………………………………………...…18Analyst Coverage……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 24The Kaminak Team…………………………………………………………………………………………………….…………… 25Appendices: Coffee Infrastructure, Geology & Mineralized Zones……………….…………………. 26 3
  • 4. Share Structure As of June 2012 Shares Issued: 76,929,458 Fully Diluted: 84,587,093 Cash: $22,360,184 Debt: None Insider Ownership: 3.7% Institutional Ownership: 25% Including: RBC Global Asset Management Inc., Sentry Investments, AGF Investments Inc., Acuity Investments Management Inc., Middlefield Capital Corp., Manulife Asset Management Ltd., Sprott Asset Management LP., Front Street Investment Management Inc., TD Asset Management Inc., CIBC Global Asset Management Inc.Broker Warrants Outstanding: Insider Options Outstanding: 932,635 warrants at a weighted average of $3.10 6,725,000 options at a weighted average of $2.81 4
  • 5. Targeting Near-Surface, High-Grade Oxide Gold in Canada100% ownership of the150,000 acre Coffee Project, Yukon TerritoryClosely spaced depositsAll zones begin at surface and open in all directionsHigh-grade and extensive oxide mineralization present in all zonesPositive preliminary oxide metallurgyConsistent, repeatable assay results (no nugget effect)Gold evenly distributed within mineralized zonesStructurally late gold mineralizing eventGold hosted in multiple structural trendsProven low-cost exploration methodologyOnly 15% of the Coffee property systematically explored20kms of gold in soil anomalies yet to be drill tested 5
  • 6. Coffee Project 2010-201164,000m of drilling completed$32.5 million exploration expenditures9 gold discoveriesCollected 25,941 soil samples to datePositive preliminary oxide metallurgyPermitted and built a 23km road and airstrip inless than two years 6
  • 7. 2012 Phase One Exploration Program Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 NEWS FLOW Metallurgy Drill assay results DRILLING 50,000m expansion drilling & new targets (Sugar) SOIL 10,000 soil samples SAMPLINGENVIRONMENTAL Water quality sampling, plant & wildlife surveys SOCIAL Heritage studies (oral history & archeological studies)RESPONSIBILITY Maiden NI 43-101 Inferred Resource Expected: Q1 2013 Resource Drill Strategy: Target Near-Surface, High-Grade Oxidized Gold Mineralization Steady Drill Related News Releases Throughout 2012 7
  • 8. District Scale Exploration Potential Macchiato Latte & Connector Supremo Coffee Creek Camp Americano Road Double Kona Double SugarAmericano EspressoWest 767 3086 50kms 8
  • 9. Supremo-Connector-Latte-Double DoublePriority 2012 drill targets(interpreted structuralzone) SupremoKnown mineralized T1 T6trends projected tosurfaceRoad T4Drill collar>500100 – 500 Gold in soils (ppb) T250 – 10025 - 50 T5 T8 23 km road T3 T2 South T7 T4/T5 Target T3 South Latte Connector Open Double Double 9
  • 10. Coffee Mineralized Zones Americano Supremo T2 Macchiato 2.4 g/t over 18m 6.48 g/t Au over 9.15m 5.43 g/t Au over 5m Supremo T3 17.1 g/t Au over 15.5m 8.23 g/t Au over 18.29m Latte North 2.6 g/t Au over 13m Kona Supremo T4-5 2.2 g/t over 56.75m 3.62 g/t Au over 32m5.16 g/t over 10.67m 2.11 g/t Au over 36.58m Latte Extension 3.0 g/t Au over 6m Latte 9.61 g/t Au over 17m 2.11 g/t Au over 59m Connector Zone Road 5.5 g/t Au over 11m Double Double Drill collar 11.09 g/t Au over 4m 6.3 g/t Au over 35mGold in soils (ppb) 10 Mineralized Zones 74.9 g/t Au over 4m >500 100 – 500 50 – 100 Sugar 25 - 50 50 km 10
  • 11. Initial Metallurgical Testing from Oxide Mineralization at Supremo and LatteLack of glaciation at Coffee caused extensiveweathering and oxidation of high-grade goldzones. Completely oxidized mineralizationextends to at least 125m vertical depth atSupremo and ranges from 75 to 150m verticaldepth at LatteSimulated heap leach test results of 90.4%, goldrecoveries achieved after 80 days, includes 83.2%recoveries over the first 15 daysBottle-roll results of 96.3% to 98.5% gold Rapid Gold Extraction from Simulated Heap Leach Testrecoveries for carbon-in-leach (CIL) and carbon-in-pulp (CIP) testing 11
  • 12. Coffee Topography 12
  • 13. Behind the Numbers Latte CFD-80 17.37 g/t Au over 7m (60m-67m) Supremo CFD-01 HoleID From To (m) Width (m) Au_ppm 17.1 g/t Au over 15.5m (15m-31m) CFD0080 59 60 1 0.101 HoleID From (m) To (m) Width (m) Au (ppm) CFD0080 60 61 1 17.65CFD0001 14 15 1 0.364 CFD0080 61 62 1 28.1CFD0001 15 16 1 1.24 CFD0080 62 63 1 25.7CFD0001 16 17 1 0.939 CFD0080 63 64 1 1.03CFD0001 17 18 1 5.82 CFD0080 64 65 1 18.05CFD0001 18 19 1 12.05 CFD0080 65 66 1 5CFD0001 19 19.6 0.6 35.8 CFD0080 66 67 1 26CFD0001 19.6 20 0.4 14.35 CFD0080 67 68 1 0.188CFD0001 20 20.8 0.8 14.65CFD0001 20.8 21.3 0.5 10.55 Latte CFD-164CFD0001 21.3 22 0.7 20.6 5.5 g/t Au over 14m (353m-367m)CFD0001 22 23.05 1.05 1.215 HoleID From (m) To (m) Width (m) Au (ppm)CFD0001 23.05 24 0.95 21.4 CFD0164 352 353 1 0.22CFD0001 24 25 1 31.9 CFD0164 353 354 1 10.45CFD0001 25 26 1 33.9 CFD0164 354 355 1 9.36CFD0001 26 27 1 31.2 CFD0164 355 356 1 6.46CFD0001 27 28 1 21.7 CFD0164 356 358 2 2.42CFD0001 28 28.6 0.6 60.9 CFD0164 358 359 1 1.675CFD0001 28.6 29.2 0.6 6.26 CFD0164 359 360 1 1.195CFD0001 29.2 30 0.8 4.48 CFD0164 360 361 1 3.03CFD0001 30 30.5 0.5 3.51 CFD0164 361 362 1 2.23CFD0001 30.5 31 0.5 0.828 CFD0164 362 363 1 5.17CFD0001 31 32 1 0.14 CFD0164 363 364 1 3.19 CFD0164 364 365 1 13.1 CFD0164 365 366 1 7.36 CFD0164 366 367 1 8.48 CFD0164 367 368 1 0.383 13
  • 14. Behind the Numbers (2)Double Double CFD-90 yields 74.9 g/t Au over 4m starting at 105m core length Re-assay checks and duplicate screen-method fire assay sampling of this ultra high-grade interval yielded repeatable results Depth ½ core 30g FA ½ core 1kg screen FA ¼ core 1kg screen FA Avg. 1kg screen FA (m) (g/t Au) (g/t Au) (g/t Au) (g/t Au) 105-106 105.5 105 135.5 120.25 106-107 106 109 88.4 98.7 107-108 62.7 64 88.8 76.4 108-109 4.14 4.49 3.99 4.24 14
  • 15. How We Find Gold 2008 Soil Results and Land Position 15
  • 16. How We Find Gold 2010 Soil Results and Land Position15,164 Total Samples (971 > 25 ppb Au; 487 > 75 ppb Au) 16
  • 17. Coffee – Sugar Comparison Gold in soil at newly defined Sugar Trend compared to known drill discoveriesLatte – Double Double – Supremo Sugar Trend Drill Discoveries No Previous Drilling (176 drill holes 2010-11) New 2012 Drill Target Supremo 1.3 g/t / 51m T4 T6 1.6 g/t / 11m 3.7 g/t / 16m T2 Sugar North T3 T1 T5 4.7 g/t / 4m 17.1 g/t / 15.5m 3 g/t / 12m Latte North Sugar South 2.6 g/t / 13m Connector 74.9 g/t / 4m9.6 g/t / 17m 5.5 g/t / 11m Latte 3.7 g/t / 16m Double Double 17
  • 18. Supremo-Connector-Latte-Double DoublePriority 2012 drill targets(interpreted structuralzone) SupremoKnown mineralized T1 T6trends projected tosurfaceRoad T4Drill collar>500100 – 500 Gold in soils (ppb) T250 – 10025 - 50 T5 T8 23 km road T3 T2 South T7 T4/T5 Target T3 South Latte Connector Open Double Double 18
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  • 20. Supremo T3 Zone 20
  • 21. Latte Longitudinal SectionW E Interpreted plunge Latte West line CFD92 CFD8 CFD6 CFD9 CFD80 CFD7 CFD102 CFD95 CFD11 CFD138 CFD12 CFD89 CFD97 CFD38 CFD117 CFD109 CFD112 CFD116 CFD96 91 84 107 110 CFD44 CFD31 CFD111 CFD128 CFD130 Latte East CFD127 82 113 CFD40 CFD94 CFD45 CFD35 CFD122 85 CFD32 CFD10 CFD99 115A CFD48 CFD120 87 CFD114 CFD133 CFD105 CFD78 CFD121 CFD124 119 CFD129 CFD41 CFD140A CFD131 CFD142 CFD123 CFD145 CFD169 CFD50 CFD103 CFD126 CFD135 CFD174 CFD171 CFD106 CFD73 CFD108 CFD164 CFD139 100m CFD136 100m ScaleCFD-138 CFD-125 CFD-116 CFD-91 CFD-113 CFD-80 CFD-11 CFD-6 CFD-8 CFD-102 CFD-95 CFD-48 CFD-120 CFD-121 CFD-124 CFD-129 CFD-135 CFD-139 CFD-142(NSV) (NSV) (NSV) 8.64 / 10m 8.46 / 7m 7.29 / 2m 2.17 / 56m 1.17 / 39.9m 2.34 / 3m 0.66 / 21.9m 1.89 / 10m 5.55 / 9m 3.11 / 2m 0.94 / 4m 1.04 / 20m 1.78 / 13m 1.5 / 3m 2.51 / 2m 1.62 / 1m 2.79 / 3m CFD-12 1.48 / 27m 1.46 / 39m 1.89 / 26m 1.8 / 2m CFD-50 1.1 / 16m 1.0 / 5m CFD-126 1.83 / 16m 3.23 / 5mCFD-117 CFD-109 CFD-94 CFD-82 CFD-107 17.37 / 7m 1.39 / 51m CFD-7 3.36 / 2m 2.07 / 6m 8.15 / 5m (NSV) CFD-131 CFD-1360.85 / 3m 5.03 / 1m 5.42 / 1m 3.19 / 3m 3.77 / 5m CFD-89 CFD-103 CFD-106 1.01 / 53m 1.75 / 14m 1.15 / 54m CFD-9 1.77 / 3m 7.46 / 1m CFD112 1.81 / 5m 9.61 / 17m 3.82 / 1m 0.73 / 38m CFD-10 CFD-128 3.86 / 17m1.85 / 2mCFD-127 17.4 / 1m 1.24 / 8m 1.22 / 36m 1.83 / 18m 1.02 / 4m CFD-96 CFD-84 2.02 / 4m CFD-44 2.01 / 13m 3.71 / 16m 0.6 / 5m 1.3 / 2m2.27 / 12m 0.72 / 27m CFD-132 & 1.44 / 4m 2.17 / 13m 0.96 / 30m CFD-110 2.23 / 39m CFD-35 CFD-31 CFD-92 CFD-130 0.88 / 3mCFD-133 CFD-122 CFD-97 134 1.75 / 2m 0.69 / 3m 1.69 / 6m 3.32 / 6m 1.74 / 37m 1.29 / 24m CFD-38 1.23 / 10m 1.05 / 3m CFD-108 CFD-73(NSV) 2.12 / 14m 2.44 / (NSV) 1.45 / 3m 2.81 / 5m CFD-45 2.0 / 21m CFD-32 1.0 / 19m 7.79 / 5m 2.92 / 6m 1.98 / 1m CFD-140A CFD-85 1.09 / 37m 4.76mCFD-145 2.58 / 14m 1.11 / 68.8m 1.56 / 7m 2.32 / 2m 4.78 / 1m 2.11 / 6m 2.04 / 19m 1.61 / 5m 1.48 / 5m CFD-111 8.96 / 3m2.38 / 9m 1.67 / 13.1m CFD-41 CFD-40 CFD-99 1.55 / 38m 3.84 / 1m 4.93 / 3m1.05 / 4m CFD-115A 1.04 / 8.27m 0.86 / 7m 8.05 / 2m 1.9 / 41m 0.93 / 13m 2.06 / 2m 15.51 / 3m 2.11 / 59m 10.45 / 1m 1.94 / 3m CFD-87 CFD-78 CFD-100 1.05/10.65 4.28 / 2m 1.91 / 2m 2.65 / 31m 1.17 / 5m 0.96 / 6m 1.15 / 69m m 2.69 / 1m CFD-105 5.0 / 3m 2.4 / 5m 2.04 / 11m 1.11 / 44m CFD-114 CFD-123 CFD-119 1.58 / 17m 1.42 / 3m 1.99 / 9m 13.46 / 5m 4.13 / 2m 6.44 / 10m Total gram- 2.18 / 21m 11.96 / 3m CFD-169 1.11 / 31m 2.44 / 3m CFD-118 meters Au 1.07 / 5m 3.8 / 8m 2.5 / 31m CFD-164 6.15 / 1m 11.5 / 1m CFD-171 1.54 / 4m 3.74 / 3m 4.33 / 2m 5.47 / 14m 1.12 / 48m 1.43 / 2m 1.31 / 10m 5.49 / 11m 0.87 / 3m Points represent vertical depth CFD-174 1.1 / 2m at start of mineralized zone 21 1.14 / 26m 20.52 / 3m 1.91 / 10m 2.81 / 13m 1.44 / 5m traced on section 6973200N
  • 22. LatteCross Section 2850E CFD-164 is the deepest hole ever drilled on the Coffee property and intersected a total of over 250 gram-metres 22
  • 23. Mineralized Core Photos Supremo ZoneLatte Zone 31.2 g/t Au 20.6 g/t Au 23
  • 24. Analyst CoverageRBC Capital Markets Inc.• Michael Curran, CFA – Director, Global Mining Research & Precious Metals Research AnalystRaymond James Ltd.• Gary Baschuk – Equity Analyst, Mining and MetalsFraser Mackenzie Limited• Michael Starogiannis, P.Eng., MBA – Analyst, Metals & MiningMackie Research Capital Corporation• Barry Allan, B.Sc., MBA – Vice Chair, Mining Group and Director & Senior Mining AnalystParadigm Capital• Don MacLean - Senior Analyst, Precious Metals 24
  • 25. The Kaminak Team Management Team Board of DirectorsRob Carpenter, Ph.D., P.Geo. President, CEO & Director Rob Carpenter, Ph.D., P.Geo. President, CEO & DirectorTony Reda Vice President Corporate Development John Robins, P.Geo. Chairman & DirectorTim Smith, M.Sc. Vice President Exploration Bruce McLeod, P.Eng DirectorCraig S. Finnigan, Ph.D., P.Geo Chief Geologist Garth Kirkham, P.Geo. DirectorRory Kutluoglu, P.Geo Exploration Manager Jim Paterson, B.Comm. DirectorJonathan Singh, BAccS, CGA CFOBlair Lockhart, LLB, LLM, M.Sc. Corporate Secretary Proven track record of identifying and acquiring large-scale gold systems 25
  • 26. AppendicesCoffee Infrastructure and Accessibility………………………………………………………. 27Coffee Geophysics……………………………………………………………………………………….. 28Coffee Geology…………………………………………………………………………………..……….. 29Double Double Zone..…………………………………………………………………………………… 30Kona-Americano-Espresso Zones………………………………………………………………….. 31Yukon Territory Overview……………………………………………………………………………. 34Contact Information…………………………………………………………………………………….. 35 26
  • 27. Three Bulk Fuel Tanks 23 km road connecting Coffee camp, (75,000 liter capacity each) Commercial barge landing site and airstrip to Latte, Connector, Double Double and SupremoNew 900m AirstripCommercial Barge Old Airstrip Landing Site Helipad Coffee Camp Yukon River 27
  • 28. Coffee Project – Ground Magnetics Latte Extension Supremo Mocha Americano Latte North Java Arabica Kona Double Double Espresso Latte Connector Area ExploredInferred Structure 15 km 28
  • 29. Coffee Project – Geology Bt/Felds/Qtz Schist Mixed Gneiss Latte Extension Supremo MochaAmericano Latte North Java Arabica Kona Double DoubleEspresso Latte Connector Granite Area Explored 15 km 29
  • 30. Double Double Zone CFD-144 CFD-149 3.52 g/t / 5m 1.51 g/t / 17m CFD-101 CFD-88 CFD-77 CFD-83 CFD-93 3.99 g/t / 4m 10.12 g/t / 2m 14.35 g/t / 2m 25.4 g/t / 2m 5.78 g/t / 2m 16.65 g/t / 1m 8.23 g/t / 3m CFD-146 CFD-152 CFD-104 CFD-90 CFD-79 CFD-86 12.15 g/t / 3m 1.0 g/t / 6m 11.09 g/t / 4m 56.4 g/t / 1m 74.9 g/t / 4m 4.55 g/t / 2m 1.0 g/t / 9m 5.31 g/t / 6m 1.9 g/t / 8m 5.89 g/t / 2m 6.21 g/t / 5m CFD-69 5.5 g/t / 11m 7.22 g/t / 2m CFD-98 CFD-71 4.32 g/t / 4m 3.16 g/t / 7m New discovery 2.0 g/t / 6mConnector North Trend Central Trend Double Double 800m CFD-81 8.37 g/t / 5m CFD-27Latte CFD-13 2.04 g/t / 9m 1.43 g/t / 5m 6.3 g/t / 35m CFD-14 CFD-28 (holes did not 15.91 g/t / 5m reach North 2.13 g/t / 3m Trend zone) 1.37 g/t / 3.4m 30
  • 31. Kona – Americano – Espresso Zones 2010 Highlights 1.9 g/t Au over 13m Americano 0.9 g/t Au over 36m 2.4 g/t Au over 18m 1.6 g/t Au over 5m Link Structure 2010 Highlights 2.2 g/t Au over 57m 1.9 g/t Au over 23m 2010 Highlights 1.0 g/t Au over 20m 1.5 g/t Au over 7m Kona Espresso 2011 Highlights 5.16 g/t Au over 10.67m 5.52 g/t Au over 7.62m 2010 Highlights 1.4 g/t Au over 8m 31
  • 32. Kona Zone CFR-80 (NSV) CFR-81 (NSV) CFR-82 CFR-66 (NSV) CFR-58 0.88 / 3.05m CFR-70A (NSV) 1.2 / 4.58m 1.18 / 1.52m CFR-83 CFR-59 1.35 / 3.05m CFR-57 CFR-67Horizontal Loop EM response 1.53 / 3.05m 1.39 / 10.67m 1.35 / 9.15m 1.31 / 6.1m CFR-71 CFR-84co-incident with Kona mineralized zone CFR-62 CFR-54 2.33 / 3.05m 4.23 / 4.57m 1.38 / 4.57m 5.32 / 3.04m 1.43 / 6.1m 2.38 / 1.52m 2.51 / 1.39 / 15.24 CFR-60 1.52m CFR-68 CFR-55 4.5 / 9.15m 3.39 / 3.05m CFR-63 2.48 / 27.43 2.33 / 12.8m CFR-61 CFR-69 1.0 / 32m 1.22 / 9.14m 2.07 / 19.81m 2.8 / 4.57m 1.01 / 6.09m CFR-56 0.93 / 7.62m CFD-147 CFR-78 1.01 / 4.57m 1.34 / 10.66m 1.45 / 3.05m 2.28 / 5m 1.08 / 1.53m 5.16 / 10.67m 1.39 / 3m CFR-72 CFR-64 4.0 / 3.04m 1.87 / 4.57m 1.31 / 22.86m 1.31 / 3.05m CFD-143 CFR-75 3.44 / 1.53m 0.89 / 4.57m 2.3 / 1.52m 5.52 / 7.62m 0.97 / 3.05m 1.07 / 2m 1.01 / 6m CFR-76 CFR-73 CFR-65 CFD-141 1.6 / 12.19m 1.93 / 3.05m 2.24 / 4.58m 2.2 / 6m 1.55 / 3.05m 1.09 / 16.76m 1.5 / 3.05m 1.2 / 2m 0.69 / 3.04m 2.05 / 4.57m 1.73 / 3.04 1.05 / 7m 2.04 / 2m CFR-77 0.77 / 7.62m CFR-74 CFD-137 1.21 / 4.58m 4.25 / 5m 2.54 / 16.76m 3.73 / 2m CFR-79 2.87 / 7.62m CFD-150 2.31 / 6m 3.84 / 3m 1.95 / 2m 3.3 / 2m 32
  • 33. Kona ZoneGranite; clay and limonitealtered; mottle silica and localoxidized pyrite cubes; aphaniticdike uphole 33
  • 34. Yukon Territory Over 100 Years of Mining HistoryPro-Exploration & Mining Jurisdiction • Ranked 4th in the world by the Fraser Institute • Yukon controls and administers its natural resources - Decisions are made by Yukoners • Government actively promotes responsible mineral development • Three operating mines: Minto, Bellekeno and Wolverine • Favourable tax and mining incentives • Mining laws with secure mineral tenureAccessible and Connected to the World • Physical infrastructure includes over 4,800 km of all-weather roads • International airport plus 10 community airports • Direct access to Asia via two ice-free ports in Alaska, Yukon • Broadband telecommunications networkSettled Land Claims • 14 First Nations, 11 with Settled Land Claims including CoffeeResource Rich and Underexplored • Over 20 million ounces of recovered placer gold reported, production is ongoing • Bedrock source for all placer gold remains a mystery • Over 2,600 known mineral occurrences • More than 80 deposits with established reserves • New greenfields discoveries (Coffee, White Gold and Rau) 34
  • 35. Contact InformationKAM: TSX-Vwww.kaminak.comTony Reda, Vice President Corporate Development Head Office Suite 1020-800 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6C 2V6 Toll Free: 1-888-331-2269 Direct: 604-646-4534 Email: info@kaminak.com 35