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Canadian International Minerals Inc. (CIN-TSXV) Corporate Presentation (April 2014)
 

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April 2014 Corporate Presentation by Canadian International Minerals Inc.

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    Canadian International Minerals Inc. (CIN-TSXV) Corporate Presentation (April 2014) Canadian International Minerals Inc. (CIN-TSXV) Corporate Presentation (April 2014) Presentation Transcript

    • Diamond Quest in Northern Saskatchewan April 16, 2014 TSXV: CIN www.cin-v.com 1
    • Disclaimer The information contained in this presentation is provided by Canadian International Minerals Inc. (“CIN”) for informational purposes only and does not constitute an offer to issue or arrange to issue, or the solicitation of an offer to issue, securities of CIN or other financial products. The information contained herein is not investment or financial product advice, and is not intended to be used as the basis for making an investment decision. The views, opinions, and advice provided in this presentation reflect those of the individual presenters, and are provided for information purposes only. The presentation has been prepared without taking into account the investment objectives, financial situation, or particular needs of any particular person. No representation or warranty, express or implied, is made as to the fairness, accuracy, completeness or correctness of the information, opinions, and conclusions contained in this presentation. To the maximum extent permitted by law, none of CIN nor its directors, officers, employees or agents, nor any other person accepts any liability, including, without limitation, any liability arising out of fault or negligence, for any loss arising from the use of the information contained in this presentation. Except for statements of historical fact, this presentation contains certain “forward-looking information” within the meaning of applicable securities laws. Forward-looking information is frequently characterized by words such as “plan”, “expect”, “project”, “intend”, “believe”, “anticipate”, “estimate” and other similar words, or statements that certain events or conditions “may” or “will” occur. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and estimates of management at the date the statements are made, and are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those anticipated in the forward-looking statements, including, among others, the accuracy of mineral grades and related assumptions, planned expenditures, proposed exploration and development of CIN’s properties, as well as those risk factors identified in CIN’s Management Discussion & Analysis for the nine-months ended December 31, 2013, and other disclosure documents available at www.sedar.com under CIN’s name. CIN undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking information if circumstances or management’s estimates or opinions should change except as required by law. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. This presentation includes data from industry journals and publications, data on websites maintained by private and public entities, general publications, and other publicly available information. CIN believes that all of these sources are reliable, but we have not independently verified any of this information and cannot guarantee its accuracy or completeness. Industry publications and surveys generally state that they have obtained information from sources believed to be reliable, but do not guarantee the accuracy and completeness of such information. Further, because certain of these organizations are industry organizations, they may present information in a manner that is more favorable to the industry than would be presented by an independent source. In addition, forecasts are often inaccurate, especially over long periods of time. References in this presentation to research reports or articles should not be construed as depicting the complete findings of the entire referenced report or article. The information in each report or article is not incorporated by reference into this presentation. Neither the TSX Venture Exchange, nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this document. 2
    • Diamonds in Saskatchewan Saskatchewan is highly- prospective for hosting diamondiferous kimberlites Shore Gold’s (TSX: SGF) Star and Orion kimberlites at FALC contain diamonds with WWW valuations ranging from US$129 to US$355 per carat (Source: Shore Gold AIF dated Mar. 27, 2014) “Pikoo” 2013 kimberlite discovery by North Arrow Minerals (TSXV: NAR) shows robust microdiamonds counts - over 95% of the diamonds are described as intact, white octahedrons and aggregates (Source: North Arrow MD&A dated Mar. 21, 2014)(Map source: Currie, C.A., Beaumont, C., 2011) 3
    • Pikoo Diamond Discovery CIN land position: 110,731 hectares (273,622 acres) Pikoo Region Geologic Domains Reindeer River Project Bigstone Lake Project 4
    • The Eve of a Staking Rush This region was historically explored only for gold and base metals Seabee Gold Mine ● The search for kimberlites by Stornoway and North Arrow was carried out in relative secrecy since 2006 ● Flin Flon Mine 5
    • Staking Rush: Post-Discovery Approximately 1,000,000 hectares (2.5 million acres) of new claims have been staked in recent months Reindeer River Project Bigstone Lake Project 6
    • Pikoo’s Microdiamonds Diamonds from PK 150 (Source: NAR’s April 2014 Presentation) 7
    • Pikoo’s Microdiamonds PK 150 Microdiamond Comparison to other Canadian kimberlites (Source: NAR’s April 2014 Presentation) 8
    • Pikoo’s Microdiamond Counts (Source: NAR’s April 2014 Presentation) • A 209.7 kg sample from 2013 PK-150 drill core yielded: - 745 diamonds > 0.106 mm - 23 diamonds > 0.85 mm • Total carats > 0.85 mm = 0.2815 • Total recovery sample grade (+0.85mm) = 1.34 carats per tonne • > 95% of diamonds are intact, white octahedrons or aggregates. 9
    • Pikoo’s Geochemistry (Source: NAR’s April 2014 Presentation) 10
    • Modelling of Zero pipe in South Africa (Reed, L.E., and Witherly, K.E., 2007) Sample of 3D Mag Inversion Model of Known Kimberlite in South Africa Modelling of Zero pipe in South Africa (Reed, L.E., and Witherly, K.E., 2007) 15 11
    • Ewttwiw[ Bigstone Lake & Three Amigos Target selection initially based on filtering of magnetic anomalies 12
    • Modelling of Zero pipe in South Africa (Reed, L.E., and Witherly, K.E., 2007) Bigstone Lake - Three Amigos Magnetic Data over Three Amigos from 2006 VTEM Survey at 200m line spacing, 50m height – 3 anomalies were selected for modeling 13
    • Three Amigos: 3D Mag Inversion Modeling From Southwest, Looking Northeast (Modeling by SJ Geophysics Ltd., Feb. 2014) 14
    • Three Amigos: 3D Mag Inversion Modeling (300 meter “slice”) From Southwest, Looking Northeast (Modeling by SJ Geophysics Ltd., Feb. 2014) 15
    • Three Amigos: 3D Mag Inversion (Internal Magnetic Intensity) From Northeast, Looking Southwest (Modeling by SJ Geophysics Ltd., Feb. 2014) 16
    • Reindeer River Project Airborne legacy dataset of 11,230 line km at 200m line spacing, 30m survey height was acquired in March 2014 17
    • 2014 Exploration Plans •3D mag inversion modeling of identified targets is ongoing for Reindeer River and Bigstone Lake properties •Ground truthing of selected anomalies planned in summer/fall 2014 •Kimberlite Indicator Mineral sampling down- ice from modeled targets planned in 2014 •Follow-up magnetic and gravity geophysical surveys to better define drill targets 18
    • Other Projects – Patterson Lake Area Properties Patterson Lake Uranium Camp (CIN’s Properties in Red) 19
    • CIN Share Structure • 17,313,350 shares issued and outstanding (after 10 for 1 rollback in February 2014) • 28,084,906 fully-diluted (1,648,556 warrants & options between $0.50 - $3.00) • $495,000 financing completed in March 2014 – Units at $0.055 with 1-yr warrant exercisable at $0.10 • $700,000 financing in progress, announced March 17, 2014 – Units at $0.08 with 1-yr warrant exercisable at $0.12 20
    • Management / Board of Directors Michael E. Schuss - President, C.E.O., Director Michael Schuss has over 30 years experience in mining exploration and venture capital. During that period he has worked in the trading operations of a national brokerage firm, several underground mining and surface drilling contractors, as well as being director, officer and consultant to several V.S.E., A.S.E., and TSX Venture companies. Mr. Schuss traveled to China in 1989 and to Africa in 1993, and consulted for some of the first Canadian juniors to operate in those regions. Mr. Schuss identified potential in African projects, which resulted in a million ounce gold deposit being developed from grassroots exploration, and 3 separate joint ventures with a world-class gold producer and two mid- tier gold producers. In recent years, he has specialized in acquiring mining properties in Africa, China and Canada for junior mining companies. Casey Forward, C.G.A. - C.F.O., Director As an independent professional accountant in Canada since 1990, Mr. Forward has worked for public companies in Canada, the United States, and Great Britain. He has owned and operated companies in Canada and, in particular, he was an owner and president of a company in the construction and land development business and an owner and president of a storage and transport company, both located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Before entering the field of accountancy, Mr. Forward studied molecular biology at the University of Manitoba. 21
    • Management / Board of Directors Tor Bruland, P.Geo – Director Mr. Bruland is a graduate of the University of Bergen, Norway, with Cand. Mag. (B.Sc.) in 1977 and Cand. Real. (M.Sc.) in 1980. Mr. Bruland arrived in Canada in 1980 and has more than 30 years exploration and management experience in the industry with major mining companies and junior exploration companies. Garth Evans, B.A., L.L.B. – Director A partner in the law firm Barbeau, Evans & Goldstein, Garth has a lifelong interest in mining exploration. He was previously a director and chairman of Ecstall Mining Corporation, which was taken over by Mantle Resources – now Canadian Zinc Metals Corp. Chris Verrico – Director Mr. Verrico has extensive experience in mining and construction contracting, particularly in Northern Canada. He is currently COO of Aguila American Gold Ltd. and a director of a number of Canadian junior public companies. 22
    • Roger Mitchell, F.R.S.C., F.M.S.A. - Professor Emeritus, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay Dr. Mitchell is one of the world’s leading authorities on the occurrence and genesis of alkaline rocks. His extensive work on the mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry of kimberlites has confirmed the standard genetic model, culminating in his definitive book on this important group of rocks. He has also worked extensively on the character and origin of lamproites, resulting in a new model for their genesis, and publication of the definitive book on these rocks. His work has established him as a foremost petrologist in Canada. He is also a world authority on carbonatites. Among other honours, he is one of 12 Honorary Fellows of the Geological Society of India. Anton Chakhmouradian, Ph.D. - Professor, Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba Dr. Chakhmouradian teaches and researches mineralogy, igneous and metamorphic petrology, and gemology at the University of Manitoba, and is the 2005 recipient of the Young Scientist Award of the Mineralogical Association of Canada. He has published widely and among other accomplishments is internationally recognized as an authority on the mineralogy and petrology of alkaline rocks. Anthony N. Mariano, Ph.D. - Consultant Dr. Anthony N. Mariano is a mineral exploration geologist with over 50 years of experience in the field and in the laboratory with major emphasis on the REEs, Nb, and Ta. His strength is in economic evaluation and ranking of deposits containing these commodities. Advisory Board 23
    • Tony Mariano Jr. - Consultant His early professional career was in grass roots mineral exploration concentrating on rare earths, gold and platinum group occurrences in the Americas and Africa. After nearly two decades as a senior environmental consultant managing downstream/midstream environmental liability for several major petroleum company clients, he has returned to mineral exploration to support his father’s consultancy in rare earth exploration and evaluation worldwide. Paul Brockington – Consultant A Mining Engineer and seasoned mining executive, Paul spent his early professional career in both open pit and underground operations in Africa and Canada. After gaining extensive financial contacts as a mining analyst with a major brokerage, he served as chairman of a provincial mining corporation with operations producing tantalum, and base and precious metals. Lee Groat, B.Sc., Ph.D. - Professor, University of British Columbia 1999 recipient of the Young Scientist Award of the Mineralogical Association of Canada. With many publications to his credit, and as editor of American Mineralogist, he is a noted authority on the environment and occurrence of carbonatites, pegmatites, and favorable hosts to rare earths and high tech metals. Thomas Hasek, P.Eng. – Consultant Geologist with over 40 years in the mining industry, including directing exploration and development ventures in numerous jurisdictions and environments. He has served as a director and executive of several public companies. Advisory Board 24
    • For more information Michael E. Schuss President & C.E.O. Canadian International Minerals Inc. (604) 241-2254 m.e.schuss@gmail.com CIN – TSXV www.cin-v.com Twitter @CdnIntlMinerals 25