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North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013
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North Arrow Minerals Corporate Overview may_2013

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North Arrow Minerals is a Canadian based exploration company focused on the identification and evaluation of diamond exploration opportunities in Canada. North Arrow's management, board of directors …

North Arrow Minerals is a Canadian based exploration company focused on the identification and evaluation of diamond exploration opportunities in Canada. North Arrow's management, board of directors and advisors have significant successful exploration and development experience in the Canadian diamond industry.

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  • 1. TSX-V: NARDiversifiedExplorationMay 2013
  • 2. This presentation contains projections and forward looking information that involve variousrisks and uncertainties, including, without limitation, statements regarding the potentialextent of mineralization and reserves, exploration results and plans and objectives of NorthArrow Minerals Inc. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not restricted to, theamount of geological data available, the uncertain reliability of drilling results andgeophysical and geological data and the interpretation thereof and the need for adequatefinancing for future exploration and development efforts. There can be no assurance thatsuch statements will prove to be accurate. Actual results and future events could differmaterially from those anticipated in such statements. These and all subsequent written andoral forward-looking statements are based on the estimates and opinions of managementon the dates they are made and are expressly qualified in their entirety by this notice. TheCompany assumes no obligation to update forward looking statements shouldcircumstances or managements estimates or opinions change.Cautionary Statement
  • 3. Corporate OverviewD. Grenville Thomas (Chairman) History of success in exploration with multiple juniormining companies. Founder and past Chairman of Aber Resources, discoverers of theDiavik Diamond Mine (now Dominion Diamond Corporation). 2009 Canadian MiningHall of Fame inductee.Ken Armstrong (President & CEO) President and CEO of Strongbow Exploration Inc.History of success in exploration for Diavik Diamond Mines Inc., Navigator Exploration,Strongbow and Stornoway Diamond Corp.Blair Murdoch (Director) More than thirty years experience in senior management ofprivate and public companies.Christopher Jennings (Director) Dr. Jennings brings to the board extensiveexperience in diamond, gold and base metal exploration and development throughoutthe world. Dr. Jennings was a Founder of SouthernEra Diamonds Inc., served as aconsultant to Aber Resources and has held positions with numerous companiesincluding International Corona Corp., BP Minerals (Canada) and Falconbridge Ltd.Eira M. Thomas (Advisor) Extensive diamond exploration and developmentexperience in Canada and Africa. Has served as an officer and/or director of AberResources Ltd. (now Dominion Diamond Corporation), Stornoway DiamondCorporation and Lucara Diamond Corp. and is currently CEO of Kaminak GoldCorporation and a director of Suncor.ManagementHighlights:
  • 4. The Opportunity• The creation of a Canadian based, diamondexploration company to test advanced, drill readytargets developed over 5+ years of exploration ata cost in excess of $40 million dollars• Experienced team, responsible for the discovery ofover 200 kimberlites in Canada, including Diavik• Very little competition in Canada or globally• Diamond market fundamentals are robust• Canada is an underexplored, low risk jurisdiction
  • 5. ConceptReorganize North Arrow share structure(completed Feb/13)Assemble priority targets/properties throughstaking and acquisition (Acquired options on Pikoo,Timiskaming and Qilalugaq properties)Complete private placement financing ($3Mraised April 2013)• Drill program planned for Spring/Summer2013• Continued identification and acquisition ofquality diamond prospects
  • 6. Diamond Exploration Assets• drill ready kimberlite targets (Pikoo, Timiskaming)• unsourced indicator mineral trains (Acquisition underway)• kimberlites for bulk sampling (Qilalugaq)• unexplained geophysical targets• targets from historical review• extensive regional databases• diamond project currently under option to thirdparty (Lac de Gras JV with Dominion Diamond Corporation (HarryWinston))• discussions underway to acquire drill ready targetsfrom third parties
  • 7. Principal Diamond ProjectsVictoriaIslandLac de Gras (NT)• >300,000 acres• Near Diavik & Ekati mines• 1st $5M fundedby Dominion Diamonds• $1.3M program for 2013DorisPikoo (SK)• Excellent chemistry• Drill ready – June 2013• Potential new kimberlite field• Under option from StornowayQilalugaq (NU)• Large tonnage resource• Potential for high value stones• Bulk sample required• Under option from StornowayTimiskaming (ON/QC)• Six kimberlites• Additional targets• Drilling spring 2013• Under option from Stornoway
  • 8. Pikoo Project - SKPikoo Project (east central Saskatchewan)• Under option from Stornoway Diamond Corporation• North Arrow can earn 80% by completing 2,000 m drill program• SWY retains back-in right (20% to 40%)• between La Ronge SK and Flin Flon MB• highway and power line 30 km away• local roads within 10 km of property• regional sampling started in 2006• multiple mineral trains on33,000ha property• G9 + G10 garnets• 200km from nearest kimberlite field• diamondiferous kimberlite floatdiscovered by prospecting in 2012• Ground geophysics and drilling duringsummer 2013 (~$1.7M Budget)
  • 9. Pikoo Project - SK2 distincttarget areas10 kmSlavePikoo10kmKimberlite bouldersfound in 2012NorthPikooSouthPikooExcellentChemistry
  • 10. North Pikoo Till Sampling2006 – 2011 samples 2012 samples kimberlite floatIce Direction
  • 11. Ice Direction2006 – 2012 barren samples 2012 samples• 2 separate NE-SW trendingtrains with good pyropechemistry suggestive of atleast 2 point sources withhigh diamond potential• Kimberlite float recoveredfrom western train• Coincident but weak magand EM targets• Drilling in 2013 to focus athead of trainsNorth Pikoo Till Sampling
  • 12. • South Pikoo chemistry isdifferent from North Pikoo- implies potentiallydifferent sources• Barren zone of more than10 km separates the twotrains• Several prioritygeophysical and/ortopographic targetsassociated with highindicator mineral countsselected for drill testingbeginning in June 2013Ice DirectionSouth Pikoo Till Sampling
  • 13. • Under option from Stornoway Diamond Corporation• North Arrow can earn 80% by drill testing 3 targets• Stornoway retains one time back-in right (from 20% to 40%)• Agreement includes 6 known kimberlites• Expanded geophysical coverage has identified new targets at headof indicator mineral trains• Three drill ready targets are road accessible• Drilling spring 2013 - ~$150-200K budgetTimiskaming Project - ON
  • 14. • Located within the Lac de Graskimberlite field, on trend from the Ekatiand Diavik diamond mines• Option Agreement with DominionDiamond Corp (formerly HarryWinston; 40% owner of Diavik; 80%owner of Ekati)• Creation of a JV property covering~307,000 acres (>1,200 km2)• Dominion to spend $5M over 5years to explore the JV property• Vesting will create a JV with DDC(55%) and North Arrow (45%)• Numerous untested airbornegeophysical targets with kimberlitetype signatures• $1.3M overburden drilling programunderwayLac de Gras Diamond Project10 km∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃KimberliteTrend LinesWinter RoadLDG PropertyDiamond Mine∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃
  • 15. • Under option from Stornoway• Can earn 80% by completing mini-bulk sample• Stornoway retains one time back-inright (20% to 40%)• Primary target is the Q1-4 KimberliteQ1-4 Kimberlite (Repulse Bay, NU):• 7km from tidewater; 9km from town• largest kimberlite in eastern Arctic(12.5ha)• June 2012 resource estimate forSWY• modeled to 305m depth, open below• yellow stone population could impactvalue• needs large tonnage bulk sample• estimate $3 to $3.5 million tocollect/value 500 carats Oblique viewQilalugaq Project - NUQilalugaqRepulse BayQ1-4Kimberlite
  • 16. June 2012 Stornoway resource*• Inferred Resource = 48.8 Mt, 26.1 Mcts, total diamond content 53.6cpht• TFFE = 14.1 to 16.6 Mt, 7.9 to 9.3 Mcts, total diamond content 56.1cpht*North Arrow considers this resource relevant and reliable, however a Qualified Person has not, on behalf of North Arrow,done sufficient work to classify this historical estimate as a current mineral resource and therefore North Arrow is nottreating this historical estimate as a current mineral resource. Mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not havedemonstrated economic viability. The potential quantity and grade of a target for further exploration referred to above isconceptual in nature and it is uncertain whether further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a mineralresource.• 12.5 ha surface areaQilalugaq Project - NU
  • 17. • ~1,000 t mini bulk sample from surface pits (6 week program)to produce diamond parcel to determine grade and sizedistribution• COST: $3.4 million• GOAL: to recover gem quality fancy yellow diamonds forvaluation• Land use permit pendingA28Qilalugaq Project - NUQ1-4 yellow stone continuum
  • 18. Unsourced Indicator Mineral Trains• years of public and proprietary till, glaciofluvial and fluvialsampling date is available throughout Canada• target below located in a promising but glacially challengedarea• pyrope bearing mineral train cut off in up-ice direction• priority lowered due to other projects/commitments• restricted ~1km2 area of interest• no detailed geophysics• no prospecting• target acquisition underway• similar targets being evaluated10 km
  • 19. Secondary Projects (Au, Cu, Zn, Li)YellowknifeNorthwestTerritoriesNunavutCoronationGulfVictoriaIslandAnialikBugowHayduckPhoenixLupin∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃EkatiDiavikDoris∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃BamakoTorpGold projectBase metal projectLithium projectNorth Arrow maintains a number of secondary projectsthat are prospective for gold, base metals and lithium.The company continues to seek opportunities to furtherevaluate these projects through exploration partnerships.Hope BayContwoyto
  • 20. Contwyoto Gold Project• Near the past-producing Lupin goldmine (>3.3 million ounces gold @ 9 g/tavg grade) in W. Nunavut, ~400km northof Yellowknife. Recently purchased byElgin Mining• Under option to Elgin Mining: Elgin canearn a 60% interest by spending $6Mover 6 yrs• Large land position: >13,000 acres• Known gold occurrences on theproperties:• Dune – 63 g/t Au over 4.8m*• Pan – 5.3 g/t Au over 4.8m*• Shallow Bay – 35 g/t Au over 3.6m*• A3 – 38 g/t Au over 2.5m*• Fin – 5.25 g/t Au over 5.3m*• Fin – 11.6 g/t Au over 3.1m*• Potential for discovery of newmineralization with the application ofnew exploration strategies• Exploration program for 2013 is pending*Historical highlight drill results from 1980’s and 1990’s. Fulldrilling results ranged from background or anomalous valuesup to the listed highlight intercepts.∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃3 kmLupin MineMine∃∃∃∃∃∃∃∃ShowingWinter roadContwoyto PropertyLupin MineDunePanFinShallow Bay / A3
  • 21. Hope Bay ORO Gold Project• 40 km2 of leases adjoining Newmont’s Hope BayGold Mine which covers the Doris, Madrid andBoston deposits holding an estimated 9 M oz of gold• The ORO property is host to numerous goldshowings and potentially gold bearing structures• Sennen Resources currently earning a 60% interestby funding a $5 million exploration program overa five year period. Drill program completed Q3-2011:• Significant near-surface gold mineralizationidentified over 300 metres of strike length at EluShear zone• Zone remains open to the north, south and atdepth.• 10 of 11 drill holes intersect Elu shear andsignificant gold mineralization including 7.55 m@ 4.91 g/t gold and 2.00 m @ 20.22 g/t Au• Follow up prospecting, geochemical surveys andground geophysics planned by Sennen – timing underreview########10 kmNorth Arrow’sORO LeasesBostonDorisMadridMelvilleSoundNAR LeasesNewmont LeasesMaficVolcanicsFelsic VolcanicsProterozoic diabaseElu
  • 22. Phoenix, NWT• Large spodumene pegmatite field discovered byNorth Arrow in 2008. Big Bird pegmatite is oneof the largest discoveries in Canada (~1.3 kmlong)• Limited exploration to date; more discoveries arepossible• Also potential for tantalum, tin, cesium & berylliumTorp Lake, Nunavut• Close to tidewater• Very high grade (4.5% Li2O over 6.0 m)• Potential source of rare, premium pricedtechnical grade spodumene• Secure, long term mineral tenureNorthern Lithium Projects1.18% / 1.00m2.34% / 1.60m1.15% / 2.84m1.27% / 5.51m2.01% / 4.12m0.57% / 1.28m 2.67% / 1.65m1.41% / 2.46mChannel Sample (% Li2O/m)ContactInterpreted ContactInterpreted FaultDiamond DrillholeAplite (Li bearing)Pegmatite (Li bearing)GranodioriteMetasediments2.10% / 1.50m3.13% / 1.60m
  • 23. Way Forward – 2013Project Location Commodity Interest CommentLac de Gras NWT Diamonds 45% Under option to Dominion$1.3M exploration programPikoo Saskatchewan Diamonds 80% (60%) Summer Geophysics/drillingTimiskaming Ontario Diamonds 80% (60%) Spring drillingQilalugaq Nunavut Diamonds 80% (60%) Bulk sample permit pendingContwoyto Nunavut Gold 100% (40%) Under option to ElginHope Bay Nunavut Gold 100% (40%) Under option to SennenAnialik Nunavut Gold, base metals 100% Seeking JV partnerBamako Nunavut Gold 100% Seeking JV partnerBugow/SP NWT Gold 100% On holdHay Duck NWT Nickel, Gold 100% Drilling 2013Phoenix/Torp NWT/Nunavut Lithium 100% New lithium fields• Focus on evaluating current diamond properties and acquiring new compellingdiamond properties• Three projects under option with exploration funded by third parties:Overburden drilling underway at Lac de Gras (Dominion); exploration programspending at Contwoyto (Elgin) and Hope Bay (Sennen)• Pursue additional partners for remaining non-core properties
  • 24. Corporate OverviewCapitalization (May 14, 2013)•Listing: TSX Venture - NAR•Issued: 28.4 M Apr/13 20M shares issued at $0.15•Options: 2.4 M Incl. 2.2M at $0.27•Warrants: 0.5 M $0.25•Fully diluted: 31.3 M•Management/Directors ~22.3%•Zebra Holdings & Investments ~19.9%CorporateHighlights:
  • 25. Gren Thomas Ken ArmstrongChairman President & CEOCorporate Office Exploration Office860 - 625 Howe Street 1103-475 Howe StreetVancouver, BC Vancouver, BCCanada V6C 2T6 Canada V6C 2B3Tel: +1.604.668.8355 Tel: +1.604.668.8354Fax: +1.604.689.5041 Fax: +1.604.681.5528info@northarrowminerals.comTSXV: NARwww.northarrowminerals.com

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