RDS: TSX.V

December 2013

1
Cautionary Statement

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING
FORWARD-LOOKING INFORMATION
Except for historical information, the st...
Corporation Overview

Head Office

1750 chemin de la Baie Verte
Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec
J0Z 2XO

Infos

General inquiries: i...
Corporation Overview

The objective of this document is to present Radisson’s main
assets. The content includes four secti...
RDS Milestones in 2013

Months	
  

Achievements	
  

January	
  
January	
  

Nomination of a new President	
  
Hiring of...
2014 Action Plan

2014	
  
January	
  
March	
  

Action Plan	
  

Costs	
  

New 43-101 report on the Kewagama property	
...
FEEDING
	
 	
 	
THE
	
 	
 	
 PLANET
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Phosphate’s Role in Agricultural Production

Global fertilizer market
Phosphate
23%

Nitrogen
61%

Potash
16%

Fertilizer ...
Use of Phosphate

•  85% of world production of phosphate is used in fertilizer production
•  Together, Morocco and the We...
Market and Price of Phosphate

•  The global market is 220 Mt per year and is growing by about 2.5% annually
•  8 countrie...
Lac Gouin-SSO Property

• 
• 
• 
• 
• 

3,066 hectares
Located 115 km north of the city of Saguenay
Southeastern portion o...
Setting of the Lac Gouin-SSO Igneous Deposit

§ 

The phosphate rock of the Lac Gouin-SSO property is igneous in origin, ...
Development Activities – Lac Gouin-SSO Property

Objectives

Period

Acquiring the property

July 2013

Surface sampling

...
Drilling Program

$1,000,000 drilling program
60 drilling holes for a total of 10,000 metres

§ 

300 metres wide
2,000 m...
Economic Value of the Phosphate Deposit

$1,000,000 drilling
250,000,000 tonnes P2O5 (6.6%)
At $28 per tonne, value= $7,00...
Leverage Effect of a Drilling Program
Arianne Phosphate Inc. TSX: DAN

Announcement of drilling
results, February 23, 2011...
Insurance Policy for Radisson’s Share

Ø 

Radisson has a 100% interest in the O’Brien and Kewagama
properties, located i...
Insurance Policy for Radisson’s Share

O’Brien/Kewagama Project
A classic high-grade mining model
Average grade of ounces ...
Remark on 36 East Zone nugget effect

NI 43-101 report produced by RPA in 2013, reports that high
assays were cut to 2.0 o...
History of the O’Brien/Kewagama Project

•  The project is located in the heart of the Abitibi gold belt along the
Cadilla...
Bousquet-Cadillac Mining Camp

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The O’BRIEN/KEWAGAMA Project - Longitudinal Section

17.5 g per ton /1.0 m
13.68 g per ton /0.30 m

Discovery potential to...
Potential of Profitability for Gold Producers

Casa Berardi Mine- Hecla Mining1

2012	
  

2011	
  

2010	
  

Located 227...
Board of Directors

JEAN-MARIE DUPONT

Director and Chairman of the Board

MARIO BOUCHARD

President & CEO, Director

DONA...
Capital Structure

Outstanding Class A shares

72,807,982

Management

7,918,750

Class A stock options

3,610,000

Class ...
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RDS Corporate presentation 2013

  1. 1. RDS: TSX.V December 2013 1
  2. 2. Cautionary Statement CAUTIONARY STATEMENT REGARDING FORWARD-LOOKING INFORMATION Except for historical information, the statements made in this presentation are forward-looking statements involving significant risks and uncertainties. These risks and uncertainties include the inherent risks involved in the exploration and development of mineral properties, the uncertainties involved in interpreting drilling results and other geological data, fluctuating metal prices, the possibility of project cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses, uncertainties relating to the availability and costs of financing needed in the future, and other factors. The Company undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements if circumstances or Management’s estimates or opinions should change. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. All references to currency made in this presentation are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise stated. 2
  3. 3. Corporation Overview Head Office 1750 chemin de la Baie Verte Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec J0Z 2XO Infos General inquiries: info@radissonmining.com Website: www.radissonmining.com Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Radissonmining TSX Venture: RDS Contacts Mario Bouchard, President & CEO mbouchard@radissonming.com T. 819.797.0396 C. 819.277.6578 Donald Lacasse, CFO dlacasse@radissonmining.com 3
  4. 4. Corporation Overview The objective of this document is to present Radisson’s main assets. The content includes four sections: I Radisson 2013 milestones and 2014 action plan II Phosphate sector overview, added-value potential and description of the property III Presentation of the O’Brien/Kewagama project IV Capital structure and the Board of directors 4
  5. 5. RDS Milestones in 2013 Months   Achievements   January   January   Nomination of a new President   Hiring of a geologist certified 43-101   February   Nomination of 2 directors combining more than 60 years in mining   February   March   April   June   July   August   Creation of a Facebook page   Promotional booth at the PDAC   Closing of a $108 000 placement   Closing of a $193 000 placement   Acquisition of the Lac Gouin SSO property   Creation of a new website   September   Attended the International Fertilizer Institute Conference   September   Started the metallurgical study on the O'Brien/Kewagama project   September   Creation of twitter account   September   October   October   October   Sampling work on Lac Gouin SSO property   Started a newsletter for the shareholders   New 43-101 report on O'Brien   Closing of a $180 000 placement   5
  6. 6. 2014 Action Plan 2014   January   March   Action Plan   Costs   New 43-101 report on the Kewagama property   $50,000   Metallurgy study on the O'Brien/Kewagama project   $50,000   April   Prefeasibility study on the O'Brien/Kewagama project   $150,000   June   Field exploration on the Lac Gouin SSO property   $200,000   Miscellaneous   Communication and representation   $25,000   Financial needs   $475,000   Capital dilution@$0,18 (nb of shares)   2,638,889   % Capital dilution   3,68%   6
  7. 7. FEEDING THE PLANET 7
  8. 8. Phosphate’s Role in Agricultural Production Global fertilizer market Phosphate 23% Nitrogen 61% Potash 16% Fertilizer increases food production by over 40% •  •  •  •  Accelerates plant growth Facilitates root development Improves water management efficiency Increases crop yield In agriculture, there is no substitute for phosphate Source: FAO, percentages based on the number of tons of fertilizer used annually 8
  9. 9. Use of Phosphate •  85% of world production of phosphate is used in fertilizer production •  Together, Morocco and the Western Sahara hold 74.6% of global phosphate rock reserves (50,000 million tonnes) •  In 2013, Canada will start importing more than 1 million tons of phosphate rock per year U.S. production of phosphate: 1990 vs. 20121 Year Production Grade 1990 46.3 Mt 30,7% P2O5 -37% 2012 29.2 Mt 29,1% P2O5 -5.2% Source1: U.S. Geological Survey, Mineral Commodity Summaries and Minerals Yearbook. Grade data 1990 - 2011. 9
  10. 10. Market and Price of Phosphate •  The global market is 220 Mt per year and is growing by about 2.5% annually •  8 countries in the Middle East and North Africa are responsible for 24% of the global production of phosphate: Morocco, Western Sahara, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Syria World demand for phosphate is guided by •  Population growth •  Increase in the use of cropland for biofuel •  Lack of arable land •  Dietary changes in emerging countries Source: Phosphate Rock Price, Infomine.com CAD $162,85/t 10
  11. 11. Lac Gouin-SSO Property •  •  •  •  •  3,066 hectares Located 115 km north of the city of Saguenay Southeastern portion of the property accessible by logging roads Power lines nearby Identified cells with 15% apatite concentration1 1 Publication of MNRF Géologie Québec, Anderson, A., 1963, RP 504; Laurin, A.F., Sharma, KNM, 1975, RG161 11
  12. 12. Setting of the Lac Gouin-SSO Igneous Deposit §  The phosphate rock of the Lac Gouin-SSO property is igneous in origin, which is a factor influencing Radisson’s decision to acquire the property, as opposed to sedimentary deposits. Igneous Deposits Sedimentary Deposits Rock content 7-15% P2O5 10-30% P2O5 Mine and grinding Hard rock Easy, in a setting where the rocks are unconsolidated Concentration Recovery > 85% Recovery between 75% and 85% Phosphate rock grade Between 35%-41% P2O5 Average grade of 29% Phosphate rock quality Very little to no contaminants May contain some contaminants (uranium, heavy metals, arsenic) 12
  13. 13. Development Activities – Lac Gouin-SSO Property Objectives Period Acquiring the property July 2013 Surface sampling September 2013 Analyzing samples October 2013 Starting drilling Completed June 2014 13
  14. 14. Drilling Program $1,000,000 drilling program 60 drilling holes for a total of 10,000 metres §  300 metres wide 2,000 metres long 150 metres thick Density 2.8 t/m3 §  This represents only 2% of the property’s area §  §  §  Potential of 250,000,000 tonnes @$28 per tonne = in-situ value $7,000,000,000 *The potential quantity and grade is conceptual in nature, there has been insufficient exploration to define a mineral resource and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a mineral resource. 14
  15. 15. Economic Value of the Phosphate Deposit $1,000,000 drilling 250,000,000 tonnes P2O5 (6.6%) At $28 per tonne, value= $7,000,000,000 Effect of added value = 7,000X *The potential quantity and grade is conceptual in nature, there has been insufficient exploration to define a mineral resource and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a mineral resource. 15
  16. 16. Leverage Effect of a Drilling Program Arianne Phosphate Inc. TSX: DAN Announcement of drilling results, February 23, 2011 Announcement of a 3,500m drilling program November 3, 2010 Source: Bigcharts.com 16
  17. 17. Insurance Policy for Radisson’s Share Ø  Radisson has a 100% interest in the O’Brien and Kewagama properties, located in the heart of the Bousquet-Cadillac mining camp Ø  $300,000 in equity Historical Resources Old Mine Area1 596,000 tons à 0.17 opt Au Total: 103,600 ounces Current Resources 36 East Zone2     560,000 tons @ 0.19 opt Au Indicated: 106,000 ounces 317,000 tons @ 0.21 opt Au Inferred: 67,000 ounces Source1 Charlton Report, 1994 – Non NI 43-101 compliant historic resources Source2 Scott Wilson RPA, 2013 17
  18. 18. Insurance Policy for Radisson’s Share O’Brien/Kewagama Project A classic high-grade mining model Average grade of ounces of gold discoveries in the West Source: Standard chartered bank, *Discoveries over 1 million ounces 18
  19. 19. Remark on 36 East Zone nugget effect NI 43-101 report produced by RPA in 2013, reports that high assays were cut to 2.0 oz/ton gold. We note the presence of a nugget effect in the veins modelisation of 36 East Zone. Nugget effect is estimated at 0.38 and affects cut resource calculation. 19
  20. 20. History of the O’Brien/Kewagama Project •  The project is located in the heart of the Abitibi gold belt along the Cadillac-Larder Lake Break •  Located in the Bousquet-Cadillac mining camp, the project is accessible by provincial highway 117 •  Today, the Bousquet-Cadillac mining camp hosts more than 45 million ounces of gold (past production, reserves and resources) •  Abitibi is known worldwide for its skilled mining industry workforce •  4 gold projects are in production along the Cadillac-Larder Lake Break 20
  21. 21. Bousquet-Cadillac Mining Camp 21
  22. 22. The O’BRIEN/KEWAGAMA Project - Longitudinal Section 17.5 g per ton /1.0 m 13.68 g per ton /0.30 m Discovery potential to be drilled = 3,648,000 ounces 22
  23. 23. Potential of Profitability for Gold Producers Casa Berardi Mine- Hecla Mining1 2012   2011   2010   Located 227 km from the O’Brien/Kewagama project Grade gold g/t Gold ounces produced Average selling price Average production cost Revenue from mine Profit Mark-up Island Gold Mine-Richmont Mines2   6,80 136 848 1 658 976 223 558 000 91 770 000 41%       $   $   $   $ 8,00 163 845 1 578 775 259 999 000 132 274 000 51%       $   $   $   $ 6,80 141 116 1 145 786 178 743 000 67 825 824 38%   2012   2011   2010   Grade gold g/t Gold ounces produced Average selling price Average production cost Revenue from mine Profit Mark-up 5,45   41 686   1 666 $   884 $   69 448 876 $   32 598 452 $   47%   6,10   49 196 1 570 766 77 237 720 39 553 584 51%   5,95   45 865 1 243 783 57 010 195 21 097 900 37%   Lapa Mine-Agnico-Eagle Mines3   2012   2011       $   $   $   $ Located 677 km from the O’Brien/Kewagama project   $   $   $   $     $   $   $   $   2010   Located 8 km from the O’Brien/Kewagama project Grade gold g/t Gold ounces produced Average selling price Average production cost Revenue from mine Profit Mark-up Source1 Aurizon Mines 2012 annual report Source2 Richmont Mines, 2012 annual report Source3 Agnico Eagle website, Interactive analyst center 6,48   106 191 1 636 691 173 753 000 100 377 000 58%     $   $   $   $   6,62   107 068 1 565 641 167 536 000 98 937 000 59%     $   $   $   $   8,26   117 456 1 285 564 150 917 000 84 718 000 56%     $   $   $   $   23
  24. 24. Board of Directors JEAN-MARIE DUPONT Director and Chairman of the Board MARIO BOUCHARD President & CEO, Director DONALD LACASSE, Eng. VP, CFO & Secretary-Treasurer, Director DENIS LACHANCE, Eng. Director MICHEL GARON, Eng. Director LUC SIMONEAU Director PAUL CREGHEUR Director 24
  25. 25. Capital Structure Outstanding Class A shares 72,807,982 Management 7,918,750 Class A stock options 3,610,000 Class A warrants 4,829,434 Diluted share capital 81,247,416 Management ownership is 7,918,750= 10.88% of the share capital 25

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