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  • 1. Silver Shield Resources Corp. TSX Venture: SSR
  • 2. Disclaimer This document is for information purposes only and does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation to buy securities that may be referred to herein. This document is confidential and for internal use only. The contents are not to be reproduced or distributed to the public or the press. Securities legislation in all provinces prohibits such distribution. The statements contained herein are based upon information believed to be reliable but no representation regarding completeness or accuracy is made. Some of the statements in this presentation may be forward-looking statements and asSome of the statements in this presentation may be forward-looking statements and as such are based on an assumed set of economic conditions and courses of action. These include estimates of future production levels, expectations regarding mine production costs, expected trends in mineral prices and statements that describe future plans, objectives or goals. There is a significant risk that actual results will vary, perhaps materially, from results projected depending on such factors as changes in general economic conditions and financial markets, changes in prices for silver and other metals, technological and operational hazards in mining and mine development activities, uncertainties inherent in the calculation of mineral reserves, mineral resources and metal recoveries, the timing and availability of financing, governmental and other approvals, political unrest or instability in countries where Silver Shield may be or may become active, labor relations and other risk factors. TSX Venture: SSR 2
  • 3. Investment Highlights • Rising demand for Gold and silver, world inventories at 50+ year lows, prices at recent new highs • Properties in historical Silver/Gold producing belts in Ontario and Mexico • Well located selection of projects in the West Timmins Camp with active exploration ongoing, multiple opportunities for further acquisition in TimminsTimmins • Welsh Silver and La Cumbre properties 100% owned • Highly prospective assay results from diamond drilling at La Cumbre and Jaripo properties. • Multiple acquisition opportunities in Mexico • Possibilities for future small production in Mexico • Proven management team with extensive mining and public company management experience TSX Venture: SSR 3
  • 4. Board and Management Tim Towers,BA(Econ), B Comm(Hon), President Mr. Towers has 30 years experience in accounting, administration and business management. From 1995 to 1998, he was the President and the CEO of Conquest Yellowknife Resources Ltd. (now known as Conquest Resources Limited). Prior to that, Mr. Towers served as the Chief Accountant, Assistant Controller and Controller for various industrial concerns in Southwestern Ontario and was also a corporate secretary and accountant for Temex Resources Corp and YGC Resources Ltd. Since 1991 he has also been the President, the Chief Executive Officer and a Director of First Place Express Inc., a private courier company. Raymond L. Lashbrook, Vice-President, Exploration Mr. Lashbrook has 38 years experience in mineral exploration, mine engineering and geology. He worked for Geophysical Engineering (later Teck Exploration), Kidd Creek Mine, Sherritt-Gordon Mines in Leaf Rapids, Manitoba, Falconbridge, and Noramco Exploration Ltd. Since 1986 Ray has operated Lashex Ltd., a private contract mineral exploration company, with projects in Ontario, Quebec, Nevada,Since 1986 Ray has operated Lashex Ltd., a private contract mineral exploration company, with projects in Ontario, Quebec, Nevada, Arizona and Mexico Mr. Lashbrook is a director of Claim Lake Nickel Inc., and has been a director of other junior mining companies. A. John Carter, Director Mr. Carter brings more than 30 years of direct mining and minerals processing equipment experience to the Company. For much of his career he was President of Minpro International, a Canadian company engaged in the design, fabrication and installation of all forms of mineral processing equipment. John was also President of Oro Blanco Resources, a junior public gold and silver mining exploration company with operations in Arizona and South America. He is Currently President/Chief Operating Officer of TrueClaim Exploration. Stephen G. Mlot, P.Eng, Director Mr. Mlot has been the Manager of Engineering Services for N.A.R. Environmental Consultants Inc since June 1999. From October 1996 until January 1999 he was President of Patricia Mining Corp., and a Director from October 1996 to September 2002. His experience in the mining industry has been focussed on project evaluation and feasibility analysis, mine planning, mine development and operations, and mine-site construction. TSX Venture: SSR 4
  • 5. Share Structure Shares Outstanding: 45,863,759 Warrants: 10,045,299 $0.125(average price) Options: 3,500,000 $0.10 (average price) Fully Diluted: 57,059,058Fully Diluted: 57,059,058 52 week high/low: $0.10/0.015 Market Capitalization: $2.3 million Inside Ownership: 22% Institutional Ownership: 30% TSX Venture: SSR 5
  • 6. Properties Ontario Welsh Silver Mine Property - Elk Lake Ogden Property - Timmins Lost Dog Property, Denton Twp. - Timmins Mhakari Gold Timmins Joint Venture Mexico • La Cumbre Property, Guerrero • La Florida Property, Guerrero • Jaripo Property, Michoacán TSX Venture: SSR 6
  • 7. Timmins Properties Denton Property (Lost Dog)
  • 8. Ogden Property •Entry to Canada’s hottest exploration play the West Timmins Area •2 Patented claims, covering 20 ha. Unexplored in The Timmins Gold Trend near Metals Creek and Explor •10 km east of Lakeshore Mine and Thunder Creek Zone •3 km north of Porcupine-Destor Fault Zone, •Underlain by Sedimentary rocks in close contact with Felsic Volcanics•Underlain by Sedimentary rocks in close contact with Felsic Volcanics and Porphyry intrusions. •Plan ground surveys in Fall and Winter, Drilling to follow
  • 9. Lost Dog Property, Denton Twp •Well positioned acquisition in Canada’s hottest exploration play the West Timmins Area • Initially 36 mining claim units, covering 575 ha. Relatively unexplored in The Timmins Gold Trend, near RT Minerals, and Nebu Resources, 13 mining claim units recently added to bring property to 49 Claim units, 783 ha. •12 km west of Lakeshore Mine and Thunder Creek Zone •5 km south of Porcupine-Destor Fault Zone, •Underlain by Felsic intrusive rocks in close contact with mafic Volcanics. •Planned ground Mag and IP surveys completed over western half, additional surface exploration and diamond drilling to follow.
  • 10. Mhakari Gold JV, Timmins •50/50 JV with Mhakari Gold •Four well positioned properties, 17 claim units •Gold Geochemistry anomaly on Ogden- March 2009 TSX Venture: SSR 10 anomaly on Ogden- Mountjoy Group •Gold occurance on Denton “J” claim •Geochem completed on Carscallen Property assays pending.
  • 11. Welsh Silver Mine Property Key Elk Lake Silver District holdings 100% ownership, subject to a 2% NSR drilled in 2007, and 2008: resulted in new veins Ore dumps grade 7- 9 oz/T AgOre dumps grade 7- 9 oz/T Ag Possible open pit zone A 1962-3 bulk sample averaged 33.8 oz/Ton Ag Veins up to 1.2 m thick, 5 known veins at Welsh Mine TSX Venture: SSR 11
  • 12. Welsh Silver Mine Property A 22 hole, phase II 3,000 metre drill program completed in June 2008 1 km southeast of Welsh Mine Hole WS-08-02 intersected 2,659.50 g/t Ag (77.66 oz/t) over 0.15 m Hole WS-08-09 intersected 2,589 g/t Ag(75.6 ounces per ton) over 0.15 m and 286 g/t Ag (8.35 ounces per ton) over 0.2 m286 g/t Ag (8.35 ounces per ton) over 0.2 m Hole WS-08-13 intersected 1,230 g/t Ag over 0.15 metres, located approximately 190 metres from the high grade silver intersections in hole WS-08-02 Check assaying of the remaining sample using pulp and metallic testing returned 2,104.86 g/t Ag over 0.15 metres Intersections WS-08-02 and WS-08-09 are located approximately 100 metres to the immediate south of the first intersection on same vein swarm TSX Venture: SSR 12
  • 13. Mexican Area of Focus TSX Venture: SSR 13
  • 14. Location of Mexican Projects •Significant history of past production in area •Limited recent exploration in area TSX Venture: SSR 14 •Historic development and production on all projects with production potential •Operational custom mills available nearby projects
  • 15. La Cumbre/La Florida Concession TSX Venture: SSR 15
  • 16. La Cumbre Property Historic claim of 246 Hectares, now increased to 4000 Hectares 48 Underground samples averaged 518.0 g/t Ag and 5.3 g/t Au Veins 1.2 - 3.6 m wide Contains Silver, Gold, & Copper values High-grade zone that is open in all directionsHigh-grade zone that is open in all directions In May 2008, Silver Shield added to its landholdings to 7,000 contiguous hectares by adding the La Florida Concession Located approximately 150 km from Goldcorp’s Los Filos 100 million tonne gold deposit TSX Venture: SSR 16
  • 17. La Cumbre Results •17 hole drill program completed, 2,500 metres •Hole LC-08-01 intersected 308.23 g/t Ag and 1.378 g./t Auover 3.8 metres •Hole LC-08-11 intersected 2159.15 g/t Ag and 28.441 g/t Au over 0.55 metres within a section of 635 g/t Ag and 9.571 g/t Au over 2.85 metres of a multi vein system TSX Venture: SSR 17 multi vein system •Veining open to the east west and at depth •100% owned subject to a $US 1.00 per tonne royalty •No modern exploration or drilling ever carried out at La Cumbre prior to SSR • Silver Shield has constructed a permanent camp facility for the workers which includes an office, sleeping quarters and kitchen
  • 18. 1 yr. Plan for La Cumbre •Initial Technical Report 43-101 •Regional Exploration Program Go forward plan at La Cumbre TSX Venture: SSR 18 •Regional Exploration Program on larger Concession •2 phase Drilling Program (7,500m) •Resource Estimate • $ 1.5 - $ 2.0 million
  • 19. Jaripo Property Acquired Jaripo 1, and Jaripo 2, denounced Jaripo 3 Concessions 2,950 hectares of which Jaripo 3 (100% owned by Silver Shield) covers 2,175 hectares Due diligence performed by Silver Shield returned grab samples of 1018.6 g/t Ag, 2.63 % Pb and 5.2% Zn 30 tonne/day mill on the property produced during the 1970’s Area mill potential; power lines within 0.5 km of mill Located 150 km from La Cumbre, accessible by road Nearest city 6 km away, very close to infrastructure No known history of diamond drilling ever on the property FIRST 1,500 metres Drilling completed TSX Venture: SSR 19
  • 20. Deposit Model at Jaripo TSX Venture: SSR 20
  • 21. Jaripo Surface Plans TSX Venture: SSR 21
  • 22. Jaripo cross-sections TSX Venture: SSR 22
  • 23. 1 yr. Plan for Jaripo •Initial Technical Report 43-101 •Regional Exploration Program Go forward at Jaripo TSX Venture: SSR 23 •2 phase Drilling Program (10,000 m) •Resource Estimate • $ 2.0 - $ 3.0 million
  • 24. Contact Information Silver Shield Resources – SSR (TSX.V) Donald S. Shaxon Corporate Development & Communications Direct: +1 289 838 5936 Don@Shaxon.ca Office: + 1 (289) 337 6162 Fax: +1 (289) 337 6678 www.silvershieldresources.com silvershield@cogeco.net TSX Venture: SSR 24

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