Atlantic CanadaExploration & Development ! BASE METAL PRE-DEVELOPMENT ! Lundberg Positive Preliminary Economic Assessment ! Daniels Pond deposit ! MANGANESE PRE-DEVELOPMENT Buchans ! Woodstock Manganese deposits ! Possible spin-out Exploration Office Toronto Head Office ! EXPLORATION HIGHLIGHTS Woodstock ! Goldquest gold discovery ! Range copper / cobalt prospect
Directors & Management! Warren MacLeod BA., Director & President, experienced junior mining operator! Paul Moore M.Sc., P.Geo., Director & VP Exploration, 25 years exploration! Ed Merringer LL.B., Director, former partner at Ladner Gervais Law firm! Steve Poad CA, Director, CFO Colossus Minerals! Dan Burneski CA, Director, experienced international commodities trader! Andrew Forrest M.Sc., B.Eng., Director, mining engineer
Lundberg Base Metal Deposit Preliminary Economic Assessment June 2011The preliminary economic assessment is based only on Inferred Mineral Resources and are not Mineral Reserves and donot have demonstrated economic viability. Inferred Mineral Resources are considered too speculative geologically to havethe economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as Mineral Reserves, and there istherefore no certainty that the conclusions of the PEA will be realized.
LUNDBERG RESOURCE• Lundberg & Engine House deposits • Bulk tonnage base metal stockwork mineralization at surface • Open pit mine plan completed Wardrop EngineeringLundberg Inferred Resource (National Instrument 43-101 compliant)Threshold Tonnes Zn % Pb % Cu % Ag g/t Au g/t Combined Zn, Pb, Cu %Lundberg 20,700,000 1.68 0.72 0.38 5.92 0.07 2.78Inferred ResourceEngine House 1,120,000 2.04 0.85 0.82 9.79 0.12 3.71Inferred ResourceInferred Resource * 17,278,660 1.63 0.69 0.40 5.96 0.07 2.72Within Open PitShell Design* This value does not reflect any economic parameter, as an Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate does not imply mineability. Inferred Resource Estimate reported from: TechnicalReport on the Mineral Resource Estimate for the Lundberg and Engine House deposits Buchans Area, Newfoundland, Canada. Prepared for Royal Roads Corp. by Peter C. Webster, B.Sc., P.Geo., P. James F. Barr, B.Sc., Mercator Geological Services Limited. Effective Date November 3, 2008.
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Preliminary Lundberg PEA EconomicsLundberg PEA Economic Summary Base CasePre-Tax IRR 40.92%Pre-Tax NPV @ 6% discount rate $192.7 millionPre-Tax Cash Flow over Life of Mine $433.2 millionMine Capital $152.0 millionInferred Resource included in PEA pit design (tonnes) 17,278,660Waste Mined (tonnes) 52,930,648Stripping Ratio 3.06 to 1Metal Prices $1.22 Zn, $1.10 Pb, $3.62 Cu, $22.74 AgOperating Costs (Mining, Processing & G&A) $26.00 / tonneOperating Years 10Payback Period (Years) 1.5The PEA is based only on Inferred Mineral Resources and are not Mineral Reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability.Inferred Mineral Resources are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them thatwould enable them to be categorized as Mineral Reserves, and there is therefore no certainty that the conclusions of the PEA will berealized.
LUNDBERG POSSIBLE OPPORTUNITIESPOSSIBLE FUTURE ZINC PRODUCTION SHORTFALL
LUNDBERG POSSIBLE OPPORTUNITIESDANIELS POND DEPOSIT (100% OWNED)
LUNDBERG POSSIBLE DANIELS POND OPPORTUNITIES DEPOSIT• Daniels Pond deposit • VMS base metal deposit exposed at surface • Possible satellite mine contributing to larger Lundberg operation Daniels Pond (National Instrument 43-101 compliant Indicated & Inferred resources) Threshold Tonnes Zn % Pb % Cu % Ag g/t Au g/t Combined Zn, Pb, Cu % 2.0 % Zn Indicated 929,000 5.13 2.50 0.34 101.40 0.63 7.98 2.0 % Zn Inferred 332,000 4.61 2.13 0.30 85.86 0.53 7.04
POSSIBLE OPPORTUNITY EXPLORATION PROSPECTS Buchans North (in situ)Clementine (transported) Intersections sulphide prospectshistoric (unclassified non-43-101 compliant) - 15.50% Cu, 1.85% Pb, 5.80% Zn, 214.8 g/ deposits (projected to surface)0.36 Mt @ 4.9% Zn, 2.6% Pb, 0.3% Cu & t Ag & 2.92 g/t Au/ 0.30 m - 15.52% Zn, 7.61% Pb, 0.92% Cu, 148.9 g/ stringer sulphide mineralization41.0 g/t Ag t Ag & 1.15 g/t Au/ 2.1 m favourable alteration Buchans camp rocks Outline of Buchans Camp rocks after GSC 2007 Little Sandy (stockwork) Lundberg (stockwork near surface) historic (unclassified non-43-101 compliant) 20.7 million tonnes 0.16 Mt @ 1.9% Cu incl. Red Indian Lake 1.68% Zn, 0.72% Pb, 0.38% Cu, 5.9 g/t - intersections up to 1.80% Cu/ 9.3 m Clementine West Ag & 0.07 g/t Au (Inferred, 1% - Incl. 3.21% Cu/ 3.90 m (stockwork) combined Cu+Pb+Zn cutoff) 5 km Intersections up to 118 m
LUNDBERG POSSIBLE OPPORTUNITIES• Possible future shortfall in world zinc production (Brook Hunt)• Possible satellite operation at Daniels Pond deposit (100%)• Exploration prospects • Clementine West • Buchans North• Possible improved metallurgical recoveries• Possible Barite production• Regional deposits
Manganese Woodstock Deposits Market• Manganese critical to Steel production – 10 kgs / 1 tonne steel• Growing Market • 8% per year for Manganese Ore Concentrates for a total current market of 13.6 million tonnes per annum • 26% per year for Electrolytic Manganese (EMM) for a total current market of 1.2 million tonnes per annum• Electrolytic Manganese supply controlled by China • 97.4% of the 1.2 million tonnes per annum• No North American production • American Manganese planning production of 50,000 tonnes per annum• Customers seeking secure supply chains• North American ores amenable to lower cost production techniques
ManganeseRoadmap to Development New Brunswick Fredericton Hartford Deposits Halifax 200 km Plymouth Deposit
Manganese Woodstock DepositsRoadmap to Development• Potentially one of the largest Woodstock ManganeseManganese resources in North America (Historic non 43-101 compliant)• historic non NI 43-101 compliant Deposit Tonnes Mn % Fe % (uncategorized)• Manganese leaching confirmed in1987 metallurgical tests by Witteck Plymouth 46,500,000 * 10.9 13.3Development Corp. North Hartford 45,000,000 * 8.00 12.0• Potential to produce high puritymanganese products that include EMM, South Hartford 45,000,000 * 8.00 12.0EMD, Manganese dioxide powder,carbonate, hydroxide, and sulphate * These resources are historic in nature and are not national instrument 43-101 compliant and rely entirely on data provided by other sources which have not and cannot be independently verified at this time. As such, the data discussed herein should not be relied upon, but are presented as an indication of the exploration and development potential of the mineralization described.• 2011 drilling & hydrometallurgicaltesting begins to confirm and optimizeMn leaching & purification of Mnsolution
Goldquest Discovery (Gold) N Range Copper Prospect Portage Nickel Prospect GOLDQUEST DISCOVERYoutcrop up to 8.5 g/t Au & 30.7 g/t Agfloat up to 106.4 g/t Au & 364.3 g/t Ag 5 kilometres
lake N NORTH AREA 3 30 outcrop up to 8.5 g/t Au & 30.7 g/t Ag 34 0 float up to 18.3 g/t Au & 87.1 g/t Ag 34 0 3 40 outcrop rock sample 1.7 g/t Au, 8.1 g/t Ag 340 1.8 g/t Au, 7.7 g/t Ag outcrop float rock sample float, 2 x 1.5 m soil sample 1.7 g/t Au, 5.4 g/t Ag float, 1.5 x 0.5 m 12.4 g/t Au, 47.9 g/t Ag 3 50 float Select samples labelled assaying greater than 1 g/t gold 8.5 g/t Au, 30.7 g/t Ag outcrop gravel road Geology after van Staal et al., 2005, (GSC) 18.2 g/t Au, 87.1 g/t Ag Contoured elevation in metres above sea level float 4.1 g/t Au, 18.8 g/t Ag outcrop 360 3 60360 gold in soil anomaly (26 to 70 ppb Au) 100 metres 3 70 370 2.1 g/t Au, 8.8 g/t Ag float pond 7.3 g/t Au, 38.4 g/t Ag float19.8 g/t Au, 86.3 g/t Ag SOUTH AREA float, 20 cm float up to 106.438g/t Au & 364.3 g/t Ag 0 31.0 g/t Au, 138.0 g/t Ag 12.5 g/t Au, 43.3 g/t Ag float, 90 x 60 cm float, 40 cm 3 60 Goldquest Gold Discovery 0106.4 g/t Au, 364.3 g/t Ag float, 30 x 10 cm 36 0 22.0 g/t Au, 84.0 g/t Ag Long Range JV, Newfoundland float, 15 cm assays highlights 27.9 g/t Au, 157.2 g/t Ag Assay results to January 10, 2011 meta-diorite/gabbro (Ordovician) float, 50 x 30 cm meta-tonalite/granodiorite (Ordovician)
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY• Company Market Capitalization (June 21st, 2011) • $10 million• Lundberg Preliminary Economic Assessment • $193 million Net Present Value (at a discount rate of 6%)• Woodstock manganese deposits (Program ongoing) • Potentially one of the largest manganese resources in North America • Historic non NI 43-101 compliant• Goldquest Discovery (Program ongoing) • New gold discovery in previously unexplored region of Newfoundland • 50/50 Joint Venture with Benton Resources
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