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Continental Gold (TSX: CNL; OTCQX: CGOOF) is a well-funded advanced-stage exploration and development company that is led by experienced mining professionals focused on becoming a leading producer of precious metals in Colombia. The Company´s flagship Buriticá project is located 75 km northwest from Medellín, the second largest city in Colombia and readily accessible by paved highway with great infrastructure including water availability and grid power.

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  1. 1. <=><?>@!AB !"#"$%&'( GOLD 4 !"#"$%&'(&)*+,&%-(.*-&/,0(1/2,0&(3&(+,/&45&#"--"($&(1$2,0&.6&7548&*$9&'(&2(##,$2,&:/(912'"($&"$&754;4
  2. 2. Important Notice The forward-looking information contained herein is presented for the purpose of assisting investors in understanding the Company’s expected financial and operational performance and results as at and for the periods ended on the dates presented in the Company’s plans and objectives and may not be appropriate for other purposes. This presentation does not constitute a prospectus or other form of offering document relating to Continental Gold Limited (the “Company”), and does not constitute an offer or invitation to purchase or subscribe for any securities of the Company or any other company and should not be relied on in connection with a decision to purchase or subscribe for any such securities. This presentation does not constitute a recommendation regarding any decision to sell or purchase securities of the Company or any other company. These presentation slides (the “Slides”) and the accompanying verbal presentation are confidential and are being supplied to you solely for your information and may not be reproduced or distributed to any other person or published, in whole or in part, for any other purpose. No reliance should be placed for any purpose whatsoever on the information contained in the Slides and the accompanying verbal presentation or the completeness or accuracy of such information. No representation or warranty, express or implied, is given by or on behalf of the Company or its shareholders, directors, officers, or employees or any other person as to the accuracy or completeness of the information or opinions contained in this presentation, and no liability is accepted for any such information or opinions (including in the case of negligence, but excluding any liability for fraud). The technical information about the Company’s mineral properties and exploration activities contained in this presentation has been reviewed and approved by Mr. Mark Moseley-Williams, an officer of the Company, who is a “qualified person” within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101. All references to the mineral resource estimate are sourced from the technical report entitled “2012 Mineral Resource Estimate of the Buriticá Gold Project, Colombia”, dated November 15, 2012 with an effective date of October 22, 2012, prepared by Mining Associates Pty Limited. Calculations are based on 112,600 metres of drilling and 2,332 metres of underground channel samplings as at June 30, 2012. CAUTION REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS Except for statements of historical fact relating to the Company, certain information contained in this presentation constitutes “forward-looking information” under Canadian securities legislation. Forward-looking information includes, but is not limited to, statements with respect to the potential of the Company’s properties, estimates of concentration of mineralization and mineral resource quantities, mineral resource qualities, the potential scope and context of the mineralized area, the potential for upgrading the mineral resource estimate, the Company’s exploration and drilling targets, exploration and mine development plans, goals, objectives and plans, and other statements relating to the financial and business prospects of the Company. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “plans”, “expects” or “does not expect”, “is expected”, “budget”, “scheduled”, “estimates”, “forecasts”, “intends”, “is projected”, “anticipates” or “does not anticipate”, “believes”, “targets” or variations of such words and phrases. Forward-looking information may also be identified in statements where certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “should”, “would”, “might” or “will be taken”, “occur” or “be achieved”. Forward-looking information is based on the reasonable assumptions, estimates, analysis and opinions of management made in light of its experience and its perception of historical trends, current conditions and expected future developments, as well as other factors that management believes to be relevant and reasonable in the circumstances at the date that such statements are made. Forward-looking information is inherently subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information, including but not limited to risks related to: failure to establish estimated mineral resources; the grade, quality and recovery of mineral resources varying from estimates; risks related to the exploration stage of the Company’s properties; the possibility that future exploration results will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations (including identifying additional and/or deeper mineralization); changes in the price of gold; changes in equity markets; political developments in Colombia; uncertainties relating to the availability and costs of financing needed in the future; changes to regulations affecting the Company’s activities; delays in obtaining or failures to obtain required regulatory approvals; the uncertainties involved in interpreting drilling and exploration results and other geological data and other factors (including exploration, development and operating costs and risks); as well as those further discussed in the section entitled “Description of the Business: Risks of the Business” in the Company’s Annual Information Form and other regulatory filings which are available under the Company’s profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Although management of the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking information, other factors could also cause materially different results. There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking information, except in accordance with applicable securities laws. Differences in Reporting of Resource Estimates This presentation was prepared in accordance with Canadian standards for reporting of mineral resource estimates, which differ in some respects from United States standards. In particular, and without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the terms “inferred mineral resources,” “indicated mineral resources,” “measured mineral resources” and “mineral resources” used or referenced in this presentation are Canadian mineral disclosure terms as defined in accordance with Canadian National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects under the guidelines set out in the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (the “CIM”) Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (the “CIM Standards”). The CIM Standards differ significantly from standards in the United States. While the terms “mineral resource,” “measured mineral resources,” “indicated mineral resources,” and “inferred mineral resources” are recognized and required by Canadian regulations, they are not defined terms under standards in the United States. “Inferred mineral resources” have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and great uncertainty as to their economic and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Readers are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of measured or indicated mineral resources will ever be converted into mineral reserves. Readers are also cautioned not to assume that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource exists, or is economically or legally mineable. Disclosure of “contained ounces” in a mineral resource is permitted disclosure under Canadian regulations; however, United States companies are only permitted to report mineralization that does not constitute “reserves” by standards in the United States as in place tonnage and grade without reference to unit measures. Accordingly, information regarding mineral resources contained or referenced in this presentation containing descriptions of our mineral deposits may not be comparable to similar information made public by United States companies. 2
  3. 3. Why Continental Gold? !"#$%&"'(&)*$)+$#"(%&$,-(&(%.,/*0&1*0)& Higabra Valley Tunnel Development 3
  4. 4. Milestones 4
  5. 5. Capital Structure !"#$%&'()*&*#+,-+.'//////////////////////////// >?@/@'A-11-6+ 0)112'3-11)*%,'////////////////////////////////////////>B@/@'A-11-6+ 4#&"'////////////////////////////////////////////// C!D>?E/F'A-11-6+ 5),.%*'///////////////////////////////////////////// C!DGF/F'A-11-6+ !*678'(9*-6+&'()*&*#+,-+.'////////////////// >F/F'A-11-6+' :+&-,%$'(;+%$&"-9'//////////////////////////////////////// H>@/@I <69':+&*-*)*-6+#1'!"#$%"61,%$&= !"#$%&'()"*+%,-" " !"./00(%123%"4&%&1/'/%2" " !"5&%"6)7"8039&0" " !":'9/;"<&=(2&0 :-"&2">3?/'9/;"@A"BCDE 5
  6. 6. Management Ari Sussman Mauricio Castañeda CEO and Director Vice-President, Exploration •! •! •! •! •! Over 15 years of experience in the mining industry Co-founder and former Chairman and CEO of Colossus Minerals Inc., 2006 – 2012 Raised over C$500 million since 2006 for various companies Geologist with 13+ years of Latin American-focused experience Previously-held senior positions with Anglo American Colombia Exploration, ColGold Inc. Colombia, Consorcio de Inversionistas S.A. and Mineros Nacionales S.A. Mark Moseley-Williams, BSc., MBA* Vic Wall, PhD* President and Chief Operating Officer Special Advisor •! •! •! •! •! •! •! Mining engineer with over 17 years of experience in mine construction, expansion projects and operations in the Americas Previous experience includes Agnico-Eagle Mines Limited, Kinross Gold Corp., Coeur d'Alene Mines Corp., Fortuna Silver Mines Inc. Colombian national Luis Felipe Huerta Project Manager •! •! •! Over 19 years of experience in the engineering of mines in Latin America Previous experience includes Graña y Montero, GMI & Fluor Daniel, Noberto Odebrecht and Compañia Minera Atacocha and was the former Project Manager of Fortuna Silver’s San Jose mine Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and Masters in Structural Engineering from Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería as well as advanced studies in project management from the ESAN Paul Begin, CA, MBA Chief Financial Officer •! •! Chartered Accountant with over 15 years of experience Formerly CFO with Hanfeng Evergreen Inc., Trilliant Incorporated and OZZ Corporation Gustavo Koch, MA Executive Vice-President •! Lawyer with over 17 years of experience managing extensive portfolio of mining licenses in Colombia Geologist with over 35 years of international experience Co-winner of the Goldcorp challenge in 2001 Chief Geologist, MIM Exploration Pty. Ltd (1989"1996) Co-founder & former VP, Exploration of Colossus Minerals Inc. Greg Hall, BAppSc Special Advisor •! •! Over 35 years of experience in the mining industry Chief geologist world-wide of Placer Dome " credited discoveries include Granny Smith Mine (Barrick) and Yandi Mine (Rio Tinto) Chris Grainger, PhD* Technical Advisor •! •! •! 15+ years of experience as a geologist in South America Former Vice-President, Exploration – Regional of Continental Gold and Chief Geologist of Colossus Minerals Inc. Previous experience includes Troy Resources, LionOre Australia, Legend Mining, INCO Brazil, CVRD Brazil Eduardo Otoya Rojas Vice-President, Corporate Affairs •! •! •! Lawyer specializing in economic legislation, with over 18 years of management experience Former General Manager and Legal Representative of Frontino Gold Mines Previously held management and legal positions in Empreserial de Fiduagraria (finance sector), Superintendencia de Sociedades (government sector), and Concasa and Invercrédito (banking sector) !"#$%&'()($*+,-./01$203456$ 6
  7. 7. Board of Directors Robert Allen Chairman of the Board •! Over 40 years of Colombian experience identifying, financing and developing mineral properties •! Chairman and Director of Grupo de Bullet S.A. and Bullet Holding Corporation Ari Sussman CEO and Director •! Over 15 years of experience in the mining industry •! Co-founder and former executive chairman & CEO of Colossus Minerals, 2006 – 2012 •! Raised over C$500 million since 2006 León Teicher Director •! Founder and CEO of Xeon Technology Corp. •! Former President and CEO of Cerrejón Coal Ltd., Colombia's largest private coal producer and exporter Dr. Kenneth Thomas, P.Eng Director •! Over 45 years of mining sector experience •! Former Senior Vice President at Barrick Gold Corporation and Kinross Gold •! 2001 Selwyn G. Blaylock Medal for achievement in international mine design from Canadian Institute of Mining Metallurgy & Petroleum Paul J. Murphy Director •! Executive VP, Finance and CFO of Guyana Goldfields •! Former national mining leader in Canada and Western Hemisphere Mining Centre for Exellence in Canada at PriceWaterHouseCoopers LLP •! Director of Alamos Gold and Century Iron Mines Corporation Tim Warman, P.Geo Director •! President of Dalradian Resources •! Former President and CEO of Malbex Resources •! Former Vice President of Corporate Development of Aurelian Resources Inc. Gary Barket Director •! Attorney in private practice with over 40 years experience in securities, business transactions and litigation Jaime I. Gutiérrez Director •! Over 25 years of mining industry experience •! General Manager of CIIGSA, Colombia’s oldest gold smelter company! ! 7
  8. 8. Focused on High-grade Precious Metals in Colombia •! All projects are 100%-owned •! Colombian government royalty of 3.2% and tax rate of 34% (2016 – 33%) •! Total land package: 156,949 ha !! !! !! !! !(#%)*+' Buriticá – 58,773 ha flagship project Berlin – 26,421 ha high-grade gold project ,-:(#/' Dominical – 24,066 ha high-grade silver project Dojura – 44,218 ha gold porphyry project in JV with AngloGold Ashanti N !"#$%&' 3"8"$$<&' !-=-6+' 01213!45' ,-.%&%*/$' ! " ! #"" ! $"" Kilometres 0-&)&"&6/$'7-$8'9#-:"*6;'' 8
  9. 9. Why Focus on Colombia? •! Andean mountain chain continuation with little exploration Segovia Belt •! Rare triple-plate junction where 3 tectonic plates coalesce under the country •! Numerous belts of intrusion-related gold and silver-base metal systems •! Middle Cauca belt: miocene arc, a Continental Gold focus •! Major gold deposits include Buriticá, La Colosa and Marmato California District Buriticá Antioquia Batholith Marmato Chocó Belt Middle Cauca Belt COLOMBIA .*!1242+*! Western edge of the craton 3>?52217>@40'!>2?'57>' '()*++,-! .*/0!1)0/*-02(+!3*)45!60)7*)5! 32-080!9:;! <,2-080! ,>91B4?'?C9>' =2)>?5)5!@24A! B8/0)C0A,*/0!D(4EA*728! FG,A,H0A!=4(/28!I04*/0A! "! %&! #&"! ' A%$-."6#"; !"#"$"%&"'()*+,"(-.(/$0(!1&2+$3(4155167"( 9
  10. 10. Buriticá: Geology and Deposit Type •! High-grade carbonate base metal gold vein deposit (CBM) •! CBM deposits typically have a vertical dimension of 1,000+ metres; Buriticá presently at 1,300 metres vertically and open •! Two distinct stages of overprinting mineralization resulting in higher grades (see images) Stage II (free gold +/- Te, Sb, As) •! 58 veins modeled in resource estimate averaging approximately 1.5 metres in width. Numerous additional veins continue to be discovered and will be reflected in future resource estimates •! E' *.' Veta Sur BUSY079 1.0 m @ 4046 g/t Au Temperature-related changes in mineralization at depth – increase in pyhrrhotite, K-feldspar and high-grade gold •! D' Known CBM gold deposits include: Peñasquito (>25 Moz), Porgera (>25 Moz), Kelian (5.7 Moz), Amatok (10 Moz), Misima (3.7 Moz), Montana Tunnels (35.7 Moz silver) Stage II visible gold in drill core 10
  11. 11. Buriticá: Overview •! High-Grade Multi-million ounce gold and silver deposit: •! Permitting !"#$%$%&"'$()%*) ! "#$%&'(!)*+*+,!-*.&+/&!*//0&1!2'(.3!4#5" !"+%,$-.%/)%012"'$()%*) 5/6!')&+1)&+6!70,0/6!4#54 ! Mineral resource estimate for the Buriticá project above a 3 g/t gold cut-off Resource Grades Metal Category Tonnes Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Zn % Au (oz) Ag (oz) Zn (lb) Measured 320,000 27.8 69 1.4 290,000 700,000 9,500,000 Indicated 3,420,000 12.3 35 0.6 1,350,000 3,900,000 46,300,000 Total M&I 3,740,000 13.6 38 0.7 1,640,000 4,600,000 55,800,000 Inferred 13,330,000 8.8 33 0.5 3,760,000 14,200,000 156,500,000 Sourced from the technical report entitled “2012 Mineral Resource Estimate of the Buriticá Gold Project, Colombia”, dated November 15, 2012 with an effective date of October 22, 2012, prepared by Mining Associates Pty Limited. Calculations are based on 112,600 m of drilling and 2,332 m of underground channel samplings as at June 30, 2012. •! Metallurgical results consistently achieve over 90% recovery rates for gold Gravity separation of gold on a shaker table at the Buriticá mine •! Pilot scale operating mine (up to 30 TPD) ! !"#$%&'()*&#(+'(%#%,-.*/"#0*1*23'(,*,'(&3*45567*** 89:::;*03+"3,*#/*-<+3"<-*$323-#=03(+*&#23"'()* 6::;*03+"3,*#/*23"+'&<-*'(*>'--,'$3 ! ?3"23,*<,*<*+"<'('()*=-<+/#"0*/#"*+3<&>'()*&%+*<($* Production Profile Year Tonnes Gold head grade (grams/tonne) Ounces Produced 2013 (YTD)* 5104 25.41 3838 2012 5957 18.01 2988 * Up to September 30, 2013 ! 6:*=-%,*.3<",*#/*&#00%('+.*,%==#"+*/#"*+>3*0'(3 11
  12. 12. Buriticá: Infrastructure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
  13. 13. Long Section of Development Plans & Proposed Infrastructure1 •! Approximately 12,000 metres of pre-production development required ahead of production (over 1,000 metres completed to date) •! Targeted production in 2017 of at least 1,000 TPD in higher-grade material and quickly scale up to higher throughput rates Stope rate requirement for production •! Planned mining method will be a combination of cut and fill long hole stoping and transverse stoping. Examples: Primero Mining Corp.’s San Dimas mine and Yamana Gold’s El Peñón mine. Production rate (tpd) # Stope Stope in preparation 1,000 6 3 1,500 8 4 2,000 14 7 Veta Sur Ramp 610 metres Completed Yaraguá Ramp 61 metres Completed Dried Stacked Filtered Tailings 25.5 million tonne capacity Higabra Valley Tunnel 600 metres Completed Development completed Development plan 2013 Development plan 2014 Proposed 6 km road As at October 28, 2013 13
  14. 14. Buriticá: Recent Development Activities Higabra Valley Tunnel Yaraguá Ramp Veta Sur Ramp 14
  15. 15. Buriticá: Future Site Plan1 A==B @".# ?*$/ D".# C&". & 8@* =&- ,&-/0'1234 8 ")2*& #8'9 ,$")". 5$&*@3-8* B"*8*) 5$82*'B-64 * * $ $# 3 3& 1 12 8 8' . .# "")" , ,$ * 04") 123/ + + *&& .* "". *;; :* : !"#$%&$'($))*+' ,-..*) * &3> &"))'= <*& E4*&$2"F*'=$64 B".".#' :336 + 'B& .* <" 5$2*&',&*$26*.2'7)$.2 HIJI'6"))"3.'23..*8'2$")".#'/$4$/"2+ E; ;"/ *8 12$;;'=$64 =3.2&3)' C$2* :*/&*$2"3.'G&*$ :*/&*$2"3.'G&*$ 15
  16. 16. Buriticá: Geological Model •! 22 square-kilometre area of interest intruded by andesitic/ microdioritic porphyries •! High-grade carbonate base metal gold vein deposits (CBM) feeding off porphyries at depth ,/0()(.1+8$)0/'(4$' C/*0.4 •! Mineral resource estimate is derived only from Yaraguá and Veta Sur targets 5*$+&#/')($ <*B*0()4 ;*0*#/1 3")*+5/0 !*+>')"0* !"#"$% &$%"'()*'+,*'*-)(.*' <($#/04+=40)2 &$%"'()*+,/0().1 ?@('A4 ,0".2*+34-.*$(* 5"%(6"$)*0(4 74$*-()*+,/0().1 <($#/04 ,0".2*+,/0()(.1 8$)0/'(4$+&0"* 9/)/0"+8$:0*')0/.)/0"+ 5()" 16
  17. 17. Buriticá: Yaraguá System Dimensions, Veins & Drill Intercepts Yaraguá System •! 33 veins and growing •! Lateral strike 900 metres and vertical strike 1,300 metres vs. average resource vein dimensions of 550 metres by 500 metres •! Open to the north, south, west and at depth Yaraguá Mine Portals BUSY213 3.0 m @ 162.7 g/t Au & 41 g/t Ag BUSY291 65.1 m @ 10.4 g/t Au & 9 g/t Ag Incl 6.95 m @ 65.5 g/t Au & 33 g/t Ag Tonusco Fault Line BUSY24 3.45 m @ 138.6 g/t Au & 35 g/t Ag BUSY189 8.1 m @ 137.5 g/t Au & 23.6 g/t Ag BUSY11 7 m @ 88.3 g/t Au & 155 g/t Ag BUSY31 19.2 m @ 79.1 g/t Au & 70 g/t Ag Drill Intercepts Gold (g/t) >100 30 – 100 10 – 30 100m 3 - 10 Vein System Buriticá Intrusions Level 1 Tunnel Breccia Buriticá Level 2 Tunnel Breccia Intrusion-Sed Level 3 Tunnel Sediments Proposed Underground Development Mafic Volcanoes Veins 17
  18. 18. Buriticá: Yaraguá Long Section and Resource Block Model !"#$%&'()*+)(,-.&'/0( 1&2$3'"&(,$4&0 23345#$ !"#$%&'&()$"*&+,-&./0& *1&+,-&.+ Yaraguá Mineral Resource Estimate above a 3 g/t gold cut-off 2374!11 5*"#1%&'&)("(&+,-&./& 6)&+,-&.+ Resource Grades Metal Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Zn % Au (oz) Ag (oz) Zn (lb) 310,000 28.2 70 1.4 280,000 700,000 9,500,000 Indicated 2,430,000 12.7 31 0.8 990,000 2,400,000 41,500,000 Total M&I 2,740,000 14.5 35 0.8 1,270,000 3,100,000 51,100,000 Inferred ',-..*) Tonnes Measured !"#$%&$'($))*+ Category 8,100,000 8.9 31 0.7 2,320,000 8,000,000 131,600,000 Sourced from the technical report entitled “2012 Mineral Resource Estimate of the Buriticá Gold Project, Colombia”, dated November 15, 2012 with an effective date of October 22, 2012, prepared by Mining Associates Pty Limited. Calculations are based on 112,600 m of drilling and 2,332 m of underground channel samplings as at June 30, 2012. 5&6&0$78&.#( 9.4&':/; 2374)6$ 8"($%&'&5$"6&+,-&./& !5&+,-&.+&$")9&:; /001 2374!85 *1"5$%&'&5$"6!&+,-&./&8&+,-&.+ 2374!1( 6"1$%&'&!$")&+,-&./&5$!&+,-&.+ 18
  19. 19. Buriticá: Yaraguá Underground Sampling Gold (g/t) 1700m >100 30 - 100 10 - 30 3 - 10 1-3 Level NV: 1.35m @ 49.7 g/t Au, 68 g/t Ag over 27m Measured Level 0: 1.79m @ 24.9 g/t Au, 46 g/t Ag over 200m Indicated 1600m Level 1: 1.45m @ 75.2 g/t Au, 405 g/t Ag over 57m Inferred Shaft: 1.33m @ 19.8 g/t Au 36 g/t Ag over 33m Level 0 Level 1 1500m Shaft: 1.28m @ 23.9 g/t Au 40 g/t Ag over 387m Level 2A: 1.20m @ 16.3 g/t Au, 16 g/t Ag over 148m Level 2 1400m Level 2: 1.55m @ 23.4 g/t Au, 66 g/t Ag over 213m Level 1: 2.10m @ 35.0 g/t Au, 12 g/t Ag over 224m Shaft: 1.25m @ 30.3 g/t Au 44 g/t Ag over 51m Level 3 Level 3: 0.41m @ 18.2 g/t Au, over 37m 50m 19
  20. 20. Buriticá: Yaraguá – Tonnage and Gold Grade vs. Elevation !"#"$%&'()**+,'"*-'.#"-+'/01$23'4%5'6,'78+6"39)* .)8-'$#"-+'$23 !"! #"! $"! %"! &"! '!"! '#"! '$"! '%() '%#) +,-../012)!314/5,6789: ')() ;-9<1=>, :+6+8';:'/<5 ')#) '$() '$#) '*() '*#) '#() '##) ''() !"!! !"#! !"$! !"%! !"&! '"!! '"#! '"%! '"&! =9889)*,')>'3)**+,'/?@<'6+#39A"8',89A+5 ''() '##) '#() '*#) '*() '$#) '$() ')#) ')() '%#) '%() +,-../012)!314/5,6789: !"E' '"'% '"*$ '"#' '"!$ '"!& '"'' !"E! !")& !"#% !"!$ ?@-A08.<01-B1-A.7/01-B1=-9<1 2)!314/5,6789: ##E 1BC CD? CE? CE@ C1@ CDD 1C@ ')% )& % ("E '!"' '!"& ''"! '#"% '#"$ '*"' ''"( &"* ("! )"* C/4/91DC123: ;-9<1=>, 20
  21. 21. Buriticá: Veta Sur System Dimensions, Veins & Drill Intercepts Veta Sur System •! 25 Veins and Growing •! Lateral strike 700 metres and vertical strike 1,300 metres vs. average resource vein dimensions of 450 metres by 450 metres •! Open to the North, South, West and at depth BUSY291 6.5 m @ 49.8 g/t Au & 40 g/t Ag Incl 3.5 m @ 89.2 g/t Au & 67 g/t Ag BUSY299 36.1 m @ 12.6 g/t Au & 33 g/t Ag Incl 2.15 m @ 82.3 g/t Au & 39 g/t Ag BUSY079 14.3 m @ 446 g/t Au & 166 g/t Ag BUSY131 17.9 m @113.82 g/t Au & 112 g/t Ag BUSY023 5.9 m @ 52.42 g/t Au & 20 g/t Ag BUSY107 1.2 m @ 150.95 g/t Au & 15 g/t Ag Drill Intercepts Gold (g/t) >100 30 – 100 10 – 30 100m 3 - 10 Vein System Buriticá Intrusions Level 1 Tunnel Breccia Buriticá Level 2 Tunnel Breccia Intrusion-Sed Level 3 Tunnel Sediments Proposed Underground Development Mafic Volcanoes Veins 21
  22. 22. Buriticá: Veta Sur Long Section and Resource Block Model Veta Sur Mineral Resource Estimate above a 3 g/t gold cut-off Resource Grades Metal Category Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Zn % Au (oz) Ag (oz) Zn (lb) Measured 10,000 16.1 25 0.3 5,000 8,000 100,000 Indicated !"#$%&'()*+)(,-.&'/0( 1&2$3'"&(,$4&0 Tonnes 990,000 11.3 47 0.2 360,000 1,500,000 4,700,000 1,000,000 11.4 47 0.2 370,000 1,500,000 4,800,000 5,230,000 37 0.2 1,430,000 6,200,000 24,900,000 Total M&I Inferred 8.5 Sourced from the technical report entitled “2012 Mineral Resource Estimate of the Buriticá Gold Project, Colombia”, dated November 15, 2012 with an effective date of October 22, 2012, prepared by Mining Associates Pty Limited. Calculations are based on 112,600 m of drilling and 2,332 m of underground channel samplings as at June 30, 2012. ()'*+,-,&.)/',012,34, &*,012,30 5*)6+,-,7%)7,012,34, 67',012,30 !" #$ % && (+,-,/)7,012,34,%/,012,30, 5)6+,-,6*).,012,34,.,012,30, 56+,-,55)7,012,34,5(,012,30 !" #$ %' % 5)7%+,-,%')//,012,34, &7)(,012,30 *)'*+,-,67)7,012,34,6.,012,30,*)(8,9: *)'7+,-,%')5,012,34,%(,012,30 !""# *)'7;,-,//)%,012,34, %)6,012,30 6)'*+,-,55)./,012,34, %/)5,012,30 22
  23. 23. Buriticá: Tonnage and Gold Grade vs. Elevation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
  24. 24. Buriticá: Mineral Resource Estimate October 2012 Mineral resource estimate for the Buriticá project above a 3 g/t gold cut-off Resource Grades Metal Mineral resource estimate for the Buriticá project above a 4 g/t gold cut-off Resource Grades Metal Category Tonnes Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Zn % Au (oz) Ag (oz) Zn (lb) Category Tonnes Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Zn % Au (oz) Ag (oz) Zn (lb) Measured 320,000 27.8 69 1.4 290,000 700,000 9,500,000 Measured 290,000 30.5 75 1.4 280,000 700,000 9,100,000 Indicated 3,420,000 12.3 35 0.6 1,350,000 3,900,000 46,300,000 Indicated 2,890,000 14.0 39 0.7 1,300,000 3,600,000 41,500,000 Total M&I 3,740,000 13.6 38 0.7 1,640,000 4,600,000 55,800,000 Total M&I 3,180,000 15.5 42 0.7 1,580,000 4,300,000 50,600,000 Inferred 13,330,000 8.8 33 0.5 3,760,000 14,200,000 156,500,000 Inferred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•! Average domain dimensions used in mineral resource estimate model versus actual dimensions (strike length x vertical metres): !! !! !! Each individual vein estimated using hard boundaries, which prevents grade smearing between veins Yaraguá – 550 metres x 500 metres vs. 900 metres x 1300 metres Veta Sur – 450 metres x 450 metres vs. 700 metres x 1300 metres •! NI 43-101 Mineral Resource estimated using ordinary kriging with hard boundaries around each vein !! !! Influence of high grade constrained in both Yaraguá and Veta Sur systems Less than 5% variance in total ounces when validated against inverse distance squared and nearest neighbour •! Top cut, 97th percentile: !! on average the top 3% of highest grade assays received a top cut !! each of the 58 veins in the estimate had its own specific top cut based on the individual statistics of each vein •! Both systems remain open along strike and at depth •! Current mineral resource estimate excludes a number of veins in each systems which had limited drilling 24
  25. 25. Buriticá: Geological Model and Exploration Targets •! Seven exploration targets have been generated by geophysics and systematic soil geochemistry •! Mineral resource estimate is derived only from Yaraguá and Veta Sur vein deposits ,/0()(.1+8$)0/'(4$' C/*0.4 •! Currently drilling new vein systems at La Estera and San Agustin 5*$+&#/')($ •! Drilling will begin at the Pinguro and Obispo vein targets in H1 2014 <*B*0()4 ;*0*#/1 3")*+5/0 !*+>')"0* !"#"$% &$%"'()*'+,*'*-)(.*' <($#/04+=40)2 &$%"'()*+,/0().1 ?@('A4 ,0".2*+34-.*$(* 5"%(6"$)*0(4 74$*-()*+,/0().1 <($#/04 ,0".2*+,/0()(.1 8$)0/'(4$+&0"* 9/)/0"+8$:0*')0/.)/0"+ 5()" 25
  26. 26. Buriticá: High-Grade Precious Metal Soil Anomaly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
  27. 27. Buriticá: Drill Results Post Revised Model & Exploration Drilling San Agustin discovery; vein system with potential for over 500 metres of strike and 900 metres of vertical extent 7$.'<#-=5". Drill Intercepts Gold (g/t) >100 30 - 100 10 - 30 5 - 10 3-5 1-3 :$&$#-; !" >100 g/t Ag J&8"#=#-(&8' 8"G"$-F."&6' *-.F$"6"8'6-'8/6" .* . ,- +' )* ) ($ (*5$'7-& $' %& #$ 8$14 :$&$#-;' *5*6! 4) /91'231 )'/ *6 *5 4) 31 '2 1 00 1 90 '/ $14 -&'8 '7 (*5$ *6 *5 4) 31 '2 Andesite Breccia Tonalite !JBCLLM! $X%&C!!#ZXY!V]/!W(O!! #Z&!V]/!WV!^!#$X[`!a8! Metasediments 2/(#"$' Mafic Volcanics !JBCLLE!! _X[ZC!!#YX#!V]/!W(!^!&"!V]/!WV! !JBCEKE!! ZX&[C!!YX[!V]/!W(!^!#O"Y#!V]/!WV! >$'?=5*&$' <&*$ 2/'3/&-' 2/'>;6#"$$/' La Estera discovery; three vein systems each with strike and vertical extent potential of over 1 km 27
  28. 28. Buriticá New Prospects: Pinguro Gold g/t Silver g/t Zinc ppm Bismuth ppm Tellurium ppm 88.18 630.0 1531 10.9 5.2 Igneous Breccia 53.67 80.0 15600 26.1 24.3 Buritica Andesite 49.9 81.0 19200 71.1 42.4 Microdiorite 36.73 30.0 3604 13.5 8.7 Metasediments 28.38 77.0 2127 34.9 30.1 Alluvium Polymictic Breccia Mafic Volcanics Rock Sampling Gold (g/t) >30 10 - 30 5 - 10 3-5 1-3 Soil Sampling Gold (g/t) 2.0 - 189 1.0 - 2.0 0.5 - 1.0 0.25 - 0.5 0.05 - 0.25 Interpreted vein domain Modeled vein (Resource) Regional fault Proposed infrastructure 28
  29. 29. Buriticá New Prospects: Obispo Gold g/t Silver g/t Zinc ppm Bismuth ppm 188.50 78.61 70.09 63.62 45.80 41.40 41.03 37.38 34.96 31.85 258.0 106.0 420.0 92.0 78.0 436.0 55.0 175.0 227.0 244.0 304 2538 645 2700 801 2560 1506 984 1481 862 166.0 3.6 3.5 3.0 0.6 1.3 1.1 2.5 2.1 1.6 Tellurium ppm >500.0 270.1 229.7 234.2 129.3 >200.0 159.2 126.7 131.7 159.7 Alluvium Polymictic Breccia Igneous Breccia Buritica Andesite Microdiorite Metasediments Mafic Volcanics Rock Sampling Gold (g/t) >30 10 - 30 5 - 10 3-5 1-3 Soil Sampling Gold (g/t) 2.0 - 189 1.0 - 2.0 0.5 - 1.0 0.25 - 0.5 0.05 - 0.25 Interpreted vein domain Modeled vein (Resource) Regional fault Proposed infrastructure 29
  30. 30. Buriticá: Estimated Project Schedule1 !"#$ %# %! %$ !"#& %& %# %! %$ !"#' %& %# %! %$ !"#( %& %# %! %$ !"#)* %& !"#$%&#'()*+,+'-./&0$1' 2&34506&'73%.8$%& 90&*:&$3.;.1.%<'=%5#<' >48"1&%.4/ !/#&0?045/#' @&A&14"8&/% >4/3%056%.4/'4B' C'D8'24$# :./$1'7/A.04/8&/%$1' 9&08.%'E8&/#8&/% >4/3%056%.4/'@&6.3.4/ >4/3%056%.4/ F$0?&%&#'904#56%.4/ Phase IV Drill Program >4/%./5&#'7G"140$%.4/ 30
  31. 31. What Sets Buriticá Apart? Why Buriticá ? 43#.'$&-#.53+& 6.3%'3*"/ !"#$%&"'(&)*$+,$#"(%& -./(&0%1.2*32 :&;('84'<$7&=$28'*(>&%8&'$ 372$43%0&4'$(;&7$87$311$ 28%&*48(7' !"#$%&'()%*&'$(+$,-.$!$(/$(+$ 0(12$34$,5-.$064$372$87+&%%&2$ %&'()%*&'$(+$5-9$!$(/$(+$0(12$ 34$9-9$064 =<323"'(*'$& >%3"//<#$*9"/&?%9.@%#*%2 789%//%'3& :';#"23#<93<#% A(3%'&$+%&&$0(12$372$'81>&% ?(32<$0%82$;(=&%<$=34&%$372$ 13@()%$3>3813@1&$34$'84& “The Mining Associates mineral resource model for the Yaraguá and Veta Sur vein systems is well constrained geologically and conservative in its estimations. I am confident in the results which are reinforced by more recent drilling. The gold and silver resource estimates in both systems are likely to grow substantially from infill and step-out drilling and mineral resource confidence levels will increase with planned underground drilling. Exploration of other (to-date largely untested by drilling) targets will likely contribute to realizing additional multimillion ounce precious metal potential of Continental’s broader Buriticá project.” Dr. Vic Wall, Special Advisor, Continental Gold Limited Source: October 1, 2012 press release ( 31
  32. 32. Berlin: Overview •! 26,421 ha, 100%-owned o! 22,851 ha registered o! 2,203 ha pending registration '"($%& !"#"$$%& !"#"$%&' o! 1,367 ha pending application •! Located 90 km NNE of Medellín in the Department of Antioquia •! Large-scale mesothermal gold vein system •! 11 km of mineralized strike to test •! Phase I drill program to commence in near future 32
  33. 33. Berlin: History •! Berlin Mine operated 1930 – 1946 •! Produced between 400,000 and 700,000 oz Au •! Production from 20m thick lens •! Production grade @ 16 g/t Au •! Historical Au recoveries of 94% L0)4,8!C,8,8V!2>0)*728!-,)-*!#_b$! 892767(+%3(5":(1*+,"(;7<$&"'(=>(?73"(@753(A1%"(1%( B757*-1+CD(E%,1%""$1%,(F(A1%1%,(G7<$%+5D(>9$15(HIJKL( L0)4,8!C,8,8V!2>0)*728!-,)-*!#_b$! 892767(+%3(5":(1*+,"(;7<$&"'(=>(?73"(@753(A1%"(1%(B757*-1+CD( E%,1%""$1%,(F(A1%1%,(G7<$%+5D(>9$15(HIJKL( 33
  34. 34. Berlin: Geochemistry N 754,3.5$ #cC! Berlin vein with abundant stringers of host black schist 803-.6$ Approximately 5 metres 9-$ :356;,-$ Gold Assay Results (g/t) >30 10"30 5"10 3"5 1"3 0.5"1 <0.5 Tonalite Gneiss Carbonaceous Pelites Non Carbonaceous Pelites Quartz sericitic schists Vein Fault License Sample Type Stream Sample Rock Sample Soil Sample 34
  35. 35. Berlin: Large-scale Veins Longitudinal Section Historical prospects, soil and rock chip gold: 11+ kilometres of strike length, 1,500 vertical metres Mined ore bodies 413,000 ounces of gold production Metres La Lluvia Mine El Pescaito Berlin Mine El Rosario Mine N S Historical mine levels ! ! LEGEND Historical mined-out areas +10 g/t Au mineralization 35
  36. 36. Berlin: Phase I Drill Targets Historical Mine Levels Historical Mined Areas Surface soil/rock >1g/t gold anomalous area Historical Drill Intercepts Gold (g/t) >100 30 – 100 10 – 30 5 - 10 36
  37. 37. Dominical •! 24,066 ha 100%-owned o! 5,590 ha registered o! 17,057 ha pending registration o! 1,419 ha pending applications •! Located 50 km southwest of Popayan in Cauca Department in southwestern Colombia •! Historical prospects, soil and rock chip sampling •! Vein gold-silver systems with strike extents of 400 – 1,700 metres !"#$%&'())*+',%)-#.)'/01.2 !"### $##%&%"### •! Similarities with Buriticá, Titiribi "##%&%$## "#%&%"## '"# ()*+,-%(,-./+ 0123%(,-./+ 4//567,/%,89%:158;%<1/2,872%=+.1>7)> ?712+8+%,89%@8)+*-+97,)+%@8)*5>718% A+*)7,*B%<1/2,872>%C%@8)*5>76+%D1-./+E A+*)7,*B%(7/7272/,>)72> D*+),2+15>%(+97-+8)> F,/,+1G172%?+),>+97-+8)> H72+8>+ I7>)1*72,/%?78+CF*1>.+2) 37
  38. 38. Dominical: La Playa Drilling Target 38
  39. 39. Why Colombia? •! Best investor protection in Latin America and 6th worldwide (World Bank 2013) •! •! •! •! •! •! •! •! 3rd friendliest business destination and leading reforming country in Latin America (Doing Business 2013 – World Bank) 3rd largest economy in South America in 2012 (GDP US$500 billion) (IMF 2013) GDP growth of over 4% in 2012; fixed in a range between 3-5% for 2013 and 2014 (Colombia Central Bank 2013) Mine royalties to government of 3.2% US$8.8 billion infrastructure investment through 2012 Received approximately US$16 billion in foreign direct investments (FDI) (4.3% of GDP), predominantly in oil and mining sectors, by the end of 2012 – 3rd largest recipient of FDI in Latin America and the Caribbean (CEPAL) Expected to attract $2.1 billion in gold-related investments by 2015 227,000 direct jobs generated by the mining industry in 2010 (DANE) •! •! Numerous Free Trade Agreements, including with Canada and the United States, and working with Mexico, Chile and Peru to develop a Pacific trade alliance Economy forecast to grow 4.1% in 2013 and 4.5% on average from 2014-2018 (U.S. Department of Commerce – International Trade Administration) •! •! •! Foreign debt rating raised in 2013 to BBB (Standard and Poor’s) 28th largest economy in the world and one of the largest nonOECD economies (EIU 2012) 2nd most promising market for investment in Latin America over the next 3 years (North American and European Investor Opinions of Latin American Companies, J.P. Morgan 2011) “On a flat which is on top of the mountain, there was a great town with large houses, all belonging to the miners, who collected rich gold. The Indian chiefs have their houses there, and would take as tribute from the Indians large quantities of gold. We saw there the outcrops of the mines which they worked and the sluice boxes with which they carried it out.” Pedro Cieza de Leon, referring to Buriticá, 1539 39
  40. 40. Commitment to Buriticá Region •! Continental Gold sees the contribution to development of the communities as a shared responsibility with the objective of improving the quality of life for our employees, their families and the immediate community. •! Our corporate social responsibility programs focus on the following key areas of socio-economic development: !! !! !! !! !! Youth Education and Literacy Health and wellness Community development Environment b"!
  41. 41. Buriticá: Resource Categories and Grade Tonnage Charts Measured Yaraguá and Veta Sur Measured and Indicated •! Maximum of 8 informing vein composites •! Kriging variance in less than 50% of the maximum •! Distance to the nearest informing sample is less then 10 metres •! At least 8 informing vein composites clustered within a contiguous 10 metres distance zone, or drives or rises at least 8 face samples within a contiguous 10 metres distance zone Indicated •! The maximum of 8 informing vein composites Sourced from the technical report entitled “2012 Mineral Resource Estimate of the Buriticá Gold Project, Colombia”, dated November 15, 2012 with an effective date of October 22, 2012, prepared by Mining Associates Pty Limited. •! Distance to the nearest informing sample is less than 25 metres •! At least 3 informing vein composites clustered within a contiguous 25-metre distance zone ' Yaraguá and Veta Sur Inferred Inferred •! Minimum of 3 informing vein composites •! Distance to the nearest informing sample less than 50 metres •! At least 2 informing vein composites clustered within a contiguous 50-metre distance zone •! Some additional areas included at depth where geological continuity is good but drilling is sparse, must have at least one informing sample within the maximum search range of 200 metres ' Sourced from the technical report entitled “2012 Mineral Resource Estimate of the Buriticá Gold Project, Colombia”, dated November 15, 2012 with an effective date of October 22, 2012, prepared by Mining Associates Pty Limited. b#!
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  44. 44. Analyst Coverage GMP Securities George Albino galbino@gmpsecurities.com TD Securities Daniel Earle daniel.earle@tdsecurities.com Speculative Buy; $9.00 Clarus Securities Jamie Spratt jspratt@clarussecurities.com Speculative Buy; $8.50 Dundee Securities Laurie Curtis and Joseph Fazzini llcurtis@dundeesecurities.com jfazzini@dundeesecurities.com BMO Capital Markets Brian Quast brian.quast@bmo.com CIBC World Markets Jeff Killeen jeff.killeen@cibc.ca RBC Capital Markets Dan Rollins dan.rollins@rbccm.com Scotia Capital Inc. Mike Hocking mike.hocking@scotiabank.com Buy; $10.00 Buy; Speculative Risk; $6.50 Outperform; $5.75 Sector Outperform; $5.50 Outperform; $5.25 Sector Perform; $4.00 Continental Gold is followed by the analysts listed above. Note that any opinions, estimates or forecasts regarding the Company made by these analysts are the analysts' opinions and do not represent opinions, estimates or forecasts of the Company or its management. Continental Gold does not imply endorsement by the analyst coverage referenced above. 44
  45. 45. Stage I Geochemistry: BUUY083 B/.F$"'4,' .N#-.' B/.F$"' 4&6"#G/$' .?-' 5(OFF.' 5=OFF.' P&OFF.' 9QOFF.' #b"b%"! $bX%! $&! "XZ""! $X"%"! $bX&"! $[b""! #Z#"! #b"b%#! $&! $&X&! "X&""! #X%%"! ##XY&! $%Z"! _[#! YXZ%"! bYX""! #"_&"! #"["! #b"b%$! $&X&! $Y! "X&""! #b"b%Z! $Y! $YXb! "Xb""! &XYY"! Z%X$"! Z%#""! [ZY! #b"b%b! $YXb! $YX%! "XZ""! $"Xb""! %%Xb"! Y_$""! __Y! #b"b%&! $YX%! $%X#! "Xb""! [XZ#"! _"Xb"! Z_Z"! [#Z! #b"b%Y! $%X#! $%X&! "Xb""! YX"_"! [#X$"! #$&&"! #Y#"! #b"b%%! $%X&! $%X_! "Xb""! ZXb""! _&X&"! _&["! _YY! #b"b%[! $%X_! $[Xb! "X&""! $X"_"! [[X$"! Y"&"! __$! #b"b%_! $[Xb! $[X%! "XZ""! bYX%""! Yb_X""! #_b""! _$Z"! #b"b["! $[X%! $_! "XZ""! bX%["! $#&X""! [#$""! Z$Z"! #b"b[#! EK' EKRS' DRSDD' MMRKTD' LMURDD' TUSDD' VVWD' #b"b[$! EKRS' EKRU' DRSDD' MVRLTD' TDTRDD' VKSDD' LWUDD' EKRWDD' ULDRDD' LKWDD' MSUDD' #b"b[Z! EKRU' LDRE' DRSDD' #b"b[b! LDRE' LDRW' DRSDD' MLRWTD' VTERDD' LDEDD' SUWDD' #b"b_#! LDRW' LM' DRSDD' LERKDD' UTDRDD' WKDDD' STLDD' #b"b_$! LM' LMRS' DRSDD' EDRVDD' TMMRDD' VLKDD' LWWDD' #b"b_Z! LMRS' LMRU' DRSDD' SVRVDD' UUDRDD' KTSDD' SESDD' #b"b_b! LMRU' LERE' DRSDD' MMURTDD' LSTDRDD' LDDDD' ELEDD' #b"b_&! LERE' LERW' DRSDD' LSRDDD' ELEDRDD' SSLDD' MSUDD' #b"b_Y! LERW' LL' DRSDD' TURWDD' METDRDD' MDKTDD' ELDDD' #b"b_%! ZZ! ZZX&&! "X&&"! ZX%""! #Z&X""! %Zb""! ZY""! #b"&""! ZZX&&! Zb! "Xb&"! YX&b"! #_XY"! Y[b"! $YZ"! #b"&"#! Zb! Z&! #X"""! #X&Z"! YX_%! b"$"! _YZ! Ldde"[Z! ESRVD' SVRDD' EERLD' ELRKM' 0(OFF.' 5;OFF.' !%OFF.' BQOFF.' ?"OFF.' N"OF*6' BOF*6' [[&! #$"X&! YXZY! &bXb! &X#Y! YX[$! %X[Y! [[! &bX$! "X%#! Z$X$! $X&! bX_! bX$#! bZ[! Y_XZ! $XbZ! #Z[! #XZZ! &X#b! bX[Z! Y&#! #&bX&! YX"%! _bXY! bX[_! YX##! %X[Z! #Z["! ##bX&! YX_#! $Z_! &X$%! bX%b! %XY[! b_#! Y[! #X$&! ZZ#! #X%! ZXb$! #X_Z! &&_! #YZ! ZX%Z! $&&! $XZ%! &X&#! YX"#! Y"b! #Z_X&! $X#b! $%"! #"XZ! &XZb! YX#%! b_&! #$Y! #XY%! $%$! $X_Y! bX&! bXY$! $&%"! #Y[X&! ZX&b! #_$"! #[Xb! bX#_! &XZ#! b"&"! bb[! b[! _&Z! YX__! #bX%&! $#X%! KTSD' UMM' UMRM' ELVD' MD' EM' EURM' TVTD' TML' TURL' MVWT' KRUV' MTRDT' ELRM' KDED' WED' TWRV' LMTD' EERT' MTRS' EDRV' EEUVD' VDW' USRL' LWWD' EKRV' EDRK' EVRS' MSLSD' SSV' MDS' EWTD' MLERT' MLRE' MK' MDKVD' LKW' UVRV' MTVT' TDRU' MSRST' EMRU' MLMMD' LVU' MDTRT' ETMD' VDRT' MDRDT' MURMT' MTLED' TVS' MKRET' KDVD' LWRL' SRDK' WREW' MEEWD' TUU' LDRL' VWWD' MSRVT' WRMW' URKW' WUWD' LUM' WERM' LVTD' MVRWT' VRDU' MLRLT' $#["! $Z#! b$X[! b[#! ZX_$! #ZX#! #[X&! $[b! #"#! [X[&! bZXb! $X#&! %X$#! %X%%! #Z_X&! &%XY! ZX$%! #YXb&! "X_Z! YX&b! &X%Y! ETTRD' 45
  46. 46. Stage II Geochemistry: BUSY079 B/.F$"'4,' .N#-.' .?-' B/.F$"'4&6"#G/$' 5(OFF.' 5=OFF.' P&OFF.' 9QOFF.' 0(OFF.' 5#;OFF.' !%OFF.' BQOFF.' ?"OFF.' N"OF*6' BOF*6' 224414 186.3 187.7 1.4 1.52 7.93 607 112 275 420 6.4 9.99 1.01 8.19 >5 224415 187.7 188.7 1 1.90 42 266 125 598 1083 10.8 88.8 1 12.46 >5 224416 188.7 189.8 1.1 346.69 207 334 321 851 3751 14.8 632.1 2.93 11.81 >5 224417 189.8 190.8 1 138.00 184 545 158 948 1107 10.5 324 2.31 13.47 >5 224418 190.8 191.8 1 5.02 21 226 65 985 640 9.2 43.7 1.2 11.48 >5 224426 191.8 193.3 1.5 0.67 4.64 361 39 217 217 5.0 14 0.45 9.41 >5 224427 193.3 194.8 1.5 2.90 13 260 70 472 425 17.3 13.3 0.93 13.39 >5 224428 194.8 195.9 1.1 7.81 18 489 93 719 428 16.4 19.3 0.69 12.39 >5 224429 195.9 197.4 1.5 1.63 20 164 70 495 331 11.0 31.2 0.6 8.53 >5 224430 197.4 198.6 1.2 5.00 19 452 139 722 766 11.5 43.7 0.66 8.78 >5 224431 198.6 199.6 1 2159.42 828 553 469 2652 >10000 16.6 1698 12 >15 >5 224432 199.6 200.6 1 3799.49 1260 502 554 1210 >10000 23.8 1083 19.3 >15 >5 224433 200.6 201.6 1 309.27 128 388 163 859 2053 10.3 272.6 2.29 13.82 >5 224434 201.6 202.6 1 1.81 5.29 233 67 199 1043 6.3 66.4 0.39 10.27 >5 224435 202.6 203.4 0.8 29.51 44 492 151 956 719 15.7 141.1 0.9 13.05 >5 224436 203.4 204.6 1.2 6.56 5.5 978 42 309 380 5.1 18.1 0.37 10.38 4.16 224437 204.6 206.1 1.5 1.71 6.19 1123 66 243 305 5.4 14.5 0.38 10.31 3.52 224438 206.1 207.6 1.5 1.45 6.52 1192 28 444 309 5.8 68.5 0.64 10.83 4.86 !JBCDVK' MUWRL' EDVRW' EMRL' LEMRKL' MLSRW' 46
  47. 47. Aiming to be the Newest Hard Rock Gold Producer in Colombia Investor Relations +1.416.583.5610 info@continentalgold.com TSX:CNL OTCQX:CGOOF #Preliminary mine plan and start date based on indicative timeline which is dependent on, among other things, continued exploration success, environmental and board approvals, completing a positive feasibility study and the determination that the deposit is economically viable. ! January 02, 2014

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