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    • Corporate Update March 2014
    • Cautionary Statement This presentation may contain “forward-looking” statements within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation and the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements relate to future events or the anticipated performance of the Company and reflect management’s expectations or beliefs regarding such future events and anticipated performance. In certain cases, forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of words such as “plans”, “expects”, “is expected”, “budget”, “scheduled”, ”estimates”, ”forecasts”, ”intends”, ”anticipates” or “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results “may”, ”could”, “would”, ”might”, or “will be taken”, “occur” or “be achieved”, or the negative of these words or comparable terminology. By their very nature forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual performance of the Company to be materially different from any anticipated performance expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Such factors include various risks related to the Company’s operations, including, without limitation, fluctuations in spot and forward markets for gold, silver and other metals, fluctuations in currency markets, changes in national and local governments in Mexico and the speculative nature of mineral exploration and development, risks associated with obtaining necessary exploitation and environmental licenses and permits, and the presence of laws that may impose restrictions on mining. A complete list of risk factors are described in the Company’s annual information form and will be detailed from time to time in the Company’s continuous disclosure, all of which are, or will be available, for review on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. This presentation uses the terms “measured resources”, “indicated resources” and “inferred resources”. The Company advises readers that although these terms are recognized and required by Canadian regulations (under National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”), the United States Securities and Exchange Commission does not recognize them. Readers are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of the mineral deposits in these categories will ever be converted in to reserves. In addition, “inferred resources” have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and 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. Under Canadian rules, estimates of inferred mineral resources may not form the basis of feasibility or pre-feasibility studies, or economic studies, except for a Preliminary Assessment as defined under NI43-101. Investors are cautioned not to assume that part or all of an inferred resource exists, or is economically or legally mineable. Although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual performance to differ materially from that described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause its performance not to be as anticipated. The Company neither intends nor assumes any obligation to update these forward-looking statements or information to reflect changes in assumptions or circumstances other than required by applicable law. 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 currently anticipated. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. Unless otherwise indicated, all dollar values herein are in US$. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 2
    • Investment Opportunity o Mid-tier gold producer o Portfolio of long-life, high-grade assets 180% 1,2 GROWTH planned to ~400,000 AuEq.oz by 2016 YE1,2 o Located in safe mining jurisdictions o Strong cash flow and balance sheet o Track record of steady growth $150M Low cost structure SIGNIFICANT Annual Operating Cash Flow o 3,4 /yr See final slide for footnotes. Producing, profitable and growing TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 3
    • Our Focus 1. Strong balance sheet TARGETED GROWTH PROFILE 1,2 380-400 2. Measured growth 3. Disciplined cost management 95 Cerro del Gallo San Dimas Black Fox 240-260 4. Low-risk jurisdictions 120 120 160 165 165 2014E 2015E 2016E 90 5. Responsible mining 143 (Thousand Gold Equivalent Ounces) 280-290 111 2012 2013 See final slide for footnotes. How we are building value in Primero TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 4
    • Strong Balance Sheet $111M Plus $75 million Line of Credit6 provides funding for: STRONG Cash Balance $150M 3,4 Combined Company 5-Year Average After-Tax Operating Cash Flow SIGNIFICANT Operating Cash Flow $27M 5 o Expansion of San Dimas o Reserve replacement o Repayment of Brigus debt o Development of Cerro Del Gallo CONSERVATIVE Debt Level See final slide for footnotes. Growth plans funded with no shareholder dilution TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 5
    • Measured Growth 140% GROWTH 171% GROWTH 145% GROWTH PRODUCTION1,4 GOLD RESERVES (thousand AuEq ounces) (thousand gold ounces) 250 Black Fox 250k 2,300 San Dimas CASH BALANCE (US$million) Black Fox Cerro del Gallo San Dimas 140 $139 2,344 120 200 $111 100 1,800 150 1,580 143k 1,300 100 102k 80 $81 60 111k $58 40 800 50 20 660 300 - 2011 2012 2013 505 2011 2014E 2012 2013E* 2014E* 0 31-Dec-10 31-Dec-11 31-Dec-12 31-Dec-13 * San Dimas Gold Reserves as of December 31, 2013, Cerro del Gallo and Black Fox Reserves as of December 31, 2012. History of delivering results TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 6
    • Low Cost Structure Reducing Cash Costs ($/gold equivalent ounce) 650 $640 Results of strategic initiatives begun in 2012:  Long-hole mining decreasing dilution  Training improving productivity and quality control 600 $599 $575 -$600 2013 2014E Optimization program improving throughput  $636 550 2011 2012 Low All-In Sustaining Costs ($/ounce) Industry Average7 1,200 $1,134 1,000 $1,077 $950 -$1,050 $968 800 600 400 200 See final slide for footnotes. Below industry average costs - 2011 2012 2013 2014E TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 7
    • COMBINED OPERATING PORTFOLIO Diversified, Stable, Mining Friendly Jurisdictions Builds on Established Presence in Mexico San Dimas Mine (AT DECEMBER 31, 2013, MINERAL RESOURCES INCLUDE MINERAL RESERVES) Au Reserves (Moz) Au M&I Resources (Moz) 1.00 Au Inferred Resources (Moz) 1.00 Ag Reserves (Moz) 49.8 Ag M&I Resources (Moz) 57.7 Ag Inferred Resources (Moz) Black Fox Mine 0.87 72.6 (AT DECEMBER 31, 2012, MINERAL RESOURCES INCLUDE MINERAL RESERVES) Head Office (Toronto) Ventanas Property (AT JANUARY 27 2009) Ind. Resources (koz AuEq.) 34.0 Inferred Resources (koz AuEq.) 70.0 Au Reserves (Moz) 0.77 Au M&I Resources (Moz) 0.96 Inferred Resources (Moz) 0.06 Grey Fox (AT JULY 2, 2013) 0.51 Au Inferred Resources (Moz) Cerro del Gallo Au Indicated Resources (Moz) 0.23 (AT DECEMBER 31, 2012, MINERAL RESOURCES EXCLUDE MINERAL RESERVES) Au Reserves (Moz) 0.71 Au M&I Resources (Moz) 0.92 Ag Reserves (Moz) 15.3 Ag M&I Resources (Moz) 20.6 Cu Reserves (M lbs) 56.4 Cu M&I Resources (M lbs) 103.4 Located in proven and low-risk jurisdictions Producing Mine Development Project Exploration Property TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 8
    • Strong Outlook for 2014 2013 Outlook 2014 143,114 155,000-165,000 111,983 115,000-125,000 6.05 6.25-6.50 $1,077 $950-1,050 Cash cost10 $599 $575-600 Cash cost10– by-product $389 $340-360 Capital Expenditures $56.5 $48.7 Exploration $15.4 $18.2 SAN DIMAS, VENTANAS & CERRO DEL GALLO Gold equivalent production 8 (gold equivalent ounces) Gold production (ounces) Silver production9 (million ounces) All-in Sustaining Costs10 ($ per gold ounce) ($ per gold equivalent ounce) ($ per gold ounce) ($ millions) ($ millions) See final slide for footnotes. Record 2013 production TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 9
    • PRIMERO & BRIGUS TRANSACTION: A New Mid-Tier Gold Producer o Creates a new Americas focused mid-tier gold producer   o Critical production scale and superior growth profile      o Two mines producing a total of 240,000 to 260,000 gold equivalent ounces4 in 2014E Potentially increasing to roughly 400,000 ounces in 2016E2 Combined M&I resources of 4.6 million gold equivalent ounces11 Below industry average cash costs resulting in superior cash flow Significant exploration upside at all mines and projects Strong balance sheet and financial performance    o Diversified production base in prospective, proven historic mining districts Mining friendly jurisdictions with low geopolitical risk Sufficient capital to repay all debt and invest in organic growth Strong balance sheet and enhanced proforma market capitalization will promote liquidity, increased analytical following and access to capital Combined entity expected to generate approximately $760 million operating cash flow over the next 5 years3,4 Creates compelling valuation re-rating opportunity TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 10
    • Proforma Capitalization As at February 11, 2014 Units Primero Brigus Proforma TSX Share Price (C$) $7.28 $1.27 n.a. 13 (mm) 115.7 232.5 156.4 13 (mm) 123.7 250.7 167.6 13 (US$ mm) $765 $268 $1,033 13 (US$ mm) $817 $289 $1,107 (US$ mm) $111 Estimated Estimated ~$10.0 $121 Total Debt (US$ mm) $27.2 Estimated Estimated Investments (US$ mm) $1.0 Estimated Estimated 13 (US$ mm) $732 Estimated Estimated Shares Outstanding - Basic Shares Outstanding - FDITM Market Capitalization - Basic Market Capitalization - FDITM 14 Cash and Cash Equivalents 14 Enterprise Value ~$75.0 $1.7 $352 $102.2 $2.6 $1,084 Source: Public market disclosure as at February 11, 2013; US/CAD exchange rate of 0.9076 assumed. See final slide for footnotes. Scheduled to close on March 5, 2014 TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 11
    • Pipeline of Assets Drives Organic Growth Production San Dimas Black Fox Construction San Dimas Expansion to 2,500 TPD Development Cerro del Gallo Grey Fox Potential San Dimas Expansion to 3,000 TPD Exploration Ventanas Property Black Fox Mine at Depth Black Fox Complex San Dimas Regional Balanced Pipeline of Growth TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 12
    • OVERVIEW OF ASSETS
    • Primero: Steady Growth Ahead PRODUCTION San Dimas Platform PHASE 1 EXPANSION San Dimas 2,500 TPD Pipeline of organic growth POTENTIAL PHASE 2 EXPANSION San Dimas 3,000 TPD DEVELOPMENT Cerro del Gallo TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 14
    • PRIMERO: SAN DIMAS Proven Long Life Platform Asset o Located on the prolific Sierra Madre trend   o Mill expanded to 2,500 tpd   o Mill to operate at 2,500 tpd by end of Q1 2014 Potential future expansion to 3,000 tpd Low operating costs  o Impressive historical performance San Dimas has been mined for over 100 years with a proven track record of reserve replacement San Dimas Scoop Tram Expect cash costs to continue to trend below $600/oz on a co-product basis District wide exploration potential  Sinaloa Graben and West Block discoveries demonstrate the potential for the system to provide wide higher-grade veins San Dimas Third Ball Mill Installed District produced 11M oz gold, 600M oz silver TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 15
    • PRIMERO: SAN DIMAS Focused Exploration o 2014 $15.7 million exploration program o 22,500 hectare package o 60,000 metres of drilling:   o 35,000 metres delineation drilling 25,000 metres exploration drilling, plus 2,500 metres of exploration drifting Targeting high-grade central corridor, close to existing infrastructure Exploration success in 2013 TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 16
    • PRIMERO: SAN DIMAS New Mineralization Close to Infrastructure Victoria Vein Increased to 195,000oz at 11.5g/t gold in 2013 TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 17
    • PRIMERO: CERRO DEL GALLO Potential Near Term Production CERRO DEL GALLO INCREASES PRIMERO’SPRODUCTION BY 60%12 Location Guanajuato State Ownership 100% Metals Gold, silver & copper Mining Open pit, heap leach, and/or conventional mill Excellent Infrastructure: Active mining district, skilled local workforce, grid power, water, sealed roads, equipment suppliers and established transport routes Cerro del Gallo Deposit Supportive Community: District has produced 1.14 billion ounces of silver and 6.5 million ounces of gold over its 450 year mining history Construction Decision: Contingent on project achieving a double digit IRR at $1,100/oz gold Cerro del Gallo Exploration Office Potential near-term 95,000 AuEq. oz TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 18
    • PRIMERO: CERRO DEL GALLO Exploration and Development Upside o o o o High grade vein intersected in first exploration activity since 2008 (Carmen-Providencia vein) 10,000 metre drill program for infill, condemnation and exploration drilling in 2014 Known mineralization outside the existing development plan Current Focus on condemnation drilling, permitting, land acquisition and engineering update First exploration activity since 2008 TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 19
    • BRIGUS: Prospective, Mining Friendly Jurisdiction Destor-Porcupine Fault TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 20
    • BRIGUS: BLACK FOX Open for Expansion at Depth Location Ownership Metals Mining Capacity Mine Life Timmins, Ontario 100% (8% gold stream at $504/oz) Gold Open pit & underground 2,200 TPD Open Pit: ~3 years, U/G: ~7 years Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (DECEMBER 31, 2012, MINERAL RESOURCES INCLUDE MINERAL RESERVES) Black Fox Gold Pour TONNAGE (M TONNES) GOLD GRADE (G/T) CONT. GOLD (K OUNCES) 5.2 CLASSIFICATION 4.6 764 Mineral Reserves Proven & Probable Mineral Resources (includes Mineral Reserves) Measured & Indicated 5.4 5.3 925 Inferred 0.5 3.9 60 Black Fox Mill TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 21
    • BRIGUS: BLACK FOX Open for Expansion at Depth RESERVE/RESOURCE DEPTH (m) SHAFT/RAMP DEPTH (m) Holloway Mine 900 864 Doyon 1,040 1,040 Holt Mine 1,200 1,075 Timmins West 1,200 1,200 Hoyle Pond 1,290 2,200 McIntyre 1,300 1,300 Lapa 1,600 1,400 Dome 1,665 1,665 Kirkland Lake 1,750 1,750 Hollinger 1,800 1,800 Westwood 2,650 2,650 LaRonde 3,200 2,860 Average 1,633 1,651 Black Fox 510 390 MINE Black Fox Open-Pit TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 22
    • BRIGUS: BLACK FOX Open for Expansion at Depth TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 23
    • BRIGUS: GREY FOX Promising Exploration Project CERRO Location DEL GALLO INCREASES Timmins, ON 4 km from Black Fox - PRIMERO’SPRODUCTION BY 60%12 Ownership 100% (No gold stream) Metals Gold Mining Open pit & Underground Exploration 3 rigs on site Permitting Currently underway Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (July 3, 2013) Grey Fox Aerial CLASSIFICATION CUT-OFF GRADE (g/t Au) POTENTIAL MATERIAL TONNES (M) CAPPED Au (g/t) CONTAINED Au (oz) Indicated Resources >2.84 Underground 1.3 6.2 255,000 >0.72 Open Pit 3.0 2.6 252,400 4.3 3.7 507,400 Total Indicated Resources Inferred Resources >2.84 1.0 5.6 184,800 >0.72 Total Inferred Resources Underground Open Pit 0.5 2.8 43,800 1.5 4.7 228,600 Grey Fox Core TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 24
    • Catalysts & News Flow February 27, 2014 Brigus Transaction Shareholder Votes Creating a diversified, Americas based mid-tier producer March 2014 Reserves Update Release 2013 Reserves and Resources Statement Q1 2014 San Dimas expansion to 2,500 TPD completed Expansion increases annual production capacity to 160,000AuEq.oz Q2/Q3 2014 Black Fox Underground at ~1,000 TPD Replacing lower-grade open pit ounces Q3 2014 San Dimas 3,000 TPD Decision Potential expansion decision Q3 2014 Cerro del Gallo Update Announce results of optimization at Cerro del Gallo and potential construction decision TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 25
    • Investment Opportunity o o o Brigus acquisition transforms Primero into a diversified mid-tier gold producer with portfolio of high-grade assets Strong financial position with superior cash flow generation Growth through two near-term development projects and significant exploration potential at all assets Producing, profitable and growing 180% 2 GROWTH planned to ~400,000 AuEq.oz by 2016 YE1,2 $150M 3,4 /yr SIGNIFICANT Annual Operating Cash Flow TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 26
    • Appendices
    • Record 2013 San Dimas Operating Results Q4 2013 Mill Throughput (tonnes per day) Gold equivalent production 1 2012 2,066 2,101 1,976 Production (AuEq ounces) 160,000 (million ounces) Gold grade (grams per tonne) Silver grade (grams per tonne) All-in Sustaining Costs 10 ($ per gold ounce) 10 ($ per AuEq ounce) 10 Cash cost – by-product ($ per gold ounce) 111,132 23,143 111,983 87,900 120,000 1.32 6.05 5.13 100,000 3.90 4.67 3.90 80,000 229 258 234 60,000 $1,415 $1,644 $1,077 $1,134 40,000 $660 $677 $599 $636 $550 $535 $389 $366 +29% 140,000 292 9 Silver production 143,114 5.17 (ounces) 26,310 1.60 Gold production 34,371 29,097 (gold equivalent ounces) Cash cost 2013 1,974 15 Q4 2012 20,000 - 2012 2013 See final slide for footnotes. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 28
    • Financial Results Q4 2013 Q4 2012 2013 2012 Revenues 47,737 43,597 200,326 182,939 Earnings from Mine Operations 13,745 17,471 76,004 79,389 (US$ thousands, except per share amounts) (35,895) 16 Adjusted net income 16 Adjusted EPS ($ per share) Operating cash flows +10% 200 49,553 0.01 (0.04) 0.54 1,570 4,528 38,668 41,292 0.05 0.36 0.45 160 140 120 17 before changes in working capital ($ per share) (4,250) 0.01 ($ per share) 1,245 (0.31) EPS 17 ($millions) 180 Net income CFPS Revenues 14,038 0.12 17,775 0.19 72,396 0.67 88,808 0.97 100 2012 2013 See final slide for footnotes. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 29
    • SAN DIMAS Positive Leverage to Silver Recent Tax Ruling Created Positive Leverage to Silver Primero sells 50% of annual silver production above 3.5 million ounces at spot o Remainder sold at ~$4 per ounce under silver purchase agreement o Threshold commences August 6 to following August 5 o Threshold increases to 6.0 million ounces on August 6, 2014 o Expansion anticipated to generate meaningful silver spot sales post August 6, 2014 SILVER AS PERCENTAGE OF 2013E REVENUE Silver Gold 25% 75% TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 30
    • SAN DIMAS District Wide Exploration Potential West Block 2014 EXPLORATION San Antonio Mined 1987-2002 Sinaloa Graben Mined 2012-Current Central Block Mined 2002-Current Tayoltita Block Mined 1975-Current Arana Hanging Wall NE SW 3,000 m. 3,000 m. 2,000 m. 2014 EXPLORATION PROGRAM 2,000 m. DRILLING FOR EXTENSIONS OF KNOWN VEINS 1,000 m. 1,000 m. Source: San Dimas Geology Office LONGITUDINAL CROSS SECTION Mineralization – Ore Bodies Favorable Horizon Extension of the Favorable Horizon Potential Faults Intrusive 0 1 2 K I L O M E T E R S TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 31
    • SAN DIMAS Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (DECEMBER 31, 2013, MINERAL RESOURCES INCLUDE MINERAL RESERVES) CLASSIFICATION TONNAGE (MILLION TONNES) Mineral Reserves Proven & Probable Mineral Resources Measured & Indicated Inferred GOLD GRADE (G/T) SILVER GRADE (G/ T) CONTAINED GOLD (000 OUNCES) CONTAINED SILVER (000 OUNCES) 4.893 5.5 315 870 49,479 4.282 7.2 419 997 57,713 7,333 4.2 310 998 72,647 Notes to Mineral Reserve Statement: Cutoff grade of 2.7 grams per tonne (”g/t”) gold equivalent (“AuEq”) based on total operating cost of US$104.97/t. Metal prices assumed are gold US$1,250 per troy ounce and silver US$20 per troy ounce. Silver supply contract obligations have been referenced in determining overall vein reserve estimate viability. Processing recovery factors for gold and silver of 97% and 94% assumed. Exchange rate assumed is 13 pesos/US$1.00. The Mineral Reserve estimates were prepared under the supervision of Mr. Gabriel Voicu P.Geo., Vice President, Geology and Exploration, Primero and a QP for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101”). Notes to Mineral Resource Statement: Mineral Resources are total and include those resources converted to Mineral Reserves. A 2.0g/t AuEq cutoff grade is applied and the gold equivalent is calculated at a gold price of US$1,300 per troy ounce and a silver price of US$20 per troy ounce. A constant bulk density of 2.7 tonnes/m3 has been used. The Mineral Resource estimates were prepared by Mr. Rodney Webster MAusIMM, MAIG and Mr. J. Morton Shannon P.Geo., both of AMC Mining Consultants (Canada) Ltd. and a QP for the purposes of NI 43-101. Additional exploration potential was estimated at 6-10 million tonnes at grade ranges of 3-5 grams per tonne of gold and 200-400 grams per tonne of silver as of December 31, 2011. It should be noted that these targets are conceptual in nature. There has been insufficient exploration to define an associated Mineral Resource and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a Mineral Resource. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 32
    • CERRO DEL GALLO Reserves and In-Pit Resources1 Total Resources Within the Gold Domain2 Category Measured Indicated Measured & Indicated Inferred M Tonnes 129 80 209 20 Au (g/t) 0.54 0.38 0.48 0.3 Au (M ozs) 2.24 0.98 3.22 0.19 Ag (g/t) 12.0 8.0 11.0 7.0 Ag (M ozs) 49.8 20.6 70.3 4.5 Cu (%) 0.09 0.08 0.08 0.09 Cu (M lbs) 256.0 141.1 396.9 39.7 Au Eq (g/t) 0.94 0.69 0.83 0.59 AuEq (M oz) 3.91 1.77 5.58 0.38 1. “Technical Report First Stage Heap Leach Feasibility Study, Cerro del Gallo Gold Silver Project, Guanajuato, Mexico” June 2012 (“Feasibility Study”). Gold equivalent ounces calculated by Cerro Resources using gold, silver and copper prices of US$1,341/oz, US$25.58/oz and US$7,582/t respectively. 2. These resources are reported using internal cut-off grade of 0.2 g/tAu as per Feasibility Study, 2012 and Golder Associates Technical Report, 2008. Phase I Heap Leach In-Pit Proven and Probable Reserves3 Category Proven Probable Proven & Probable M Tonnes 28.2 4.0 32.2 Au (g/t) 0.71 0.54 0.69 Au (M ozs) 0.64 0.07 0.71 Ag (g/t) 15.1 13.2 14.8 Ag (M ozs) 13.7 1.7 15.3 Cu (%) 0.08 0.07 0.08 Cu (M lbs) 50.2 6.2 56.4 Au Eq (g/t) 1.15 0.93 1.14 AuEq (M oz) 1.05 0.12 1.18 Au Eq (g/t) 1.07 0.92 1.06 AuEq (M oz) 1.37 0.24 1.64 3. These reserves are reported using internal cut-off grades of 0.24 and 0.29 gAuEq/t for weathered and partially oxidized, respectively. In-Pit Resources (excluding Proven and Probable Reserves)4,5 Category Measured Indicated Measured & Indicated M Tonnes 39.9 8.0 47.9 Au (g/t) 0.61 0.55 0.60 Au (M ozs) 0.78 0.14 0.92 Ag (g/t) 13.8 11.0 13.3 Ag (M ozs) 17.71 2.83 20.55 Cu (%) 0.10 0.08 0.1 Cu (M lbs) 88.8 14.6 103.4 4. These resources are reported using internal cut-off grades of 0.24, 0.29, and 0.34 gAuEq/t for weathered, partially oxidized, and fresh material resp. 5. See note 7 in January 23, 2013 News Release “Primero achieves 2012 Guidance and Provides 2013 Outlook”. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 33
    • BLACK FOX Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (DECEMBER 31, 2012, MINERAL RESOURCES INCLUDE MINERAL RESERVES) TONNAGE (MILLION TONNES) GOLD GRADE (G/T) CONTAINED GOLD (000 OUNCES) 5.2 4.6 764 Measured & Indicated 5.4 5.3 925 Inferred 0.5 3.9 60 CLASSIFICATION Mineral Reserves Proven & Probable Mineral Resources Notes: 1. The average gold grade for Proven and Probable Reserves is adjusted for dilution while Measured and Indicated Resources is not. Contained metal in estimated reserves remains subject to metallurgical recovery losses. 2. Black Fox reserves and resources are based on US$1,150/oz Au for 88% of production and US$500/oz Au for gold sold through the gold stream agreement from the NI 43-101 Technical Report prepared by Tetra Tech dated January 2011. The Black Fox open pit reserves and resources are reported at a 0.88 gpt cutoff and the underground reserves and resources are reported at a 2.54 gpt cutoff. Estimated Black Fox reserves and resources are shown as at December 31, 2012, net of mining depletion from the October 31, 2010 independent Technical Report. 3. A gold price of US$1,250/oz and an exchange rate of US$1.00=C$1.00 was utilized in the gold cut-off grade calculations of 2.63 gpt for potential underground at the Contact Zone and 0.65 gpt for potential open-pit 147 Zone mineral resources. Underground and open-pit mining costs, process costs and G&A costs were estimated using experience gained from Brigus' Black Fox mine. Process recovery was assumed at 95%. 4. Disclosure of "contained ounces" is permitted under Canadian Regulations; however, the SEC permits resources to be reported only as in place tonnage and grade. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 34
    • GREY FOX Mineral Resources JULY 3, 2013 CLASSIFICATION CUT-OFF GRADE (g/t Au) POTENTIAL MATERIAL TONNES (MILLION TONNES) CAPPED Au (g/t) CONTAINED GOLD (000 OUNCES) Indicated Resources >2.84 Underground 1.3 6.2 255,000 >0.72 Open Pit 3.0 2.6 252,400 4.3 3.7 507,400 Total Indicated Resources Inferred Resources >2.84 1.0 5.6 184,800 >0.72 Total Inferred Resources Underground Open Pit 0.5 2.8 43,800 1.5 4.7 228,600 Notes: 1. The quantity and grade of reported Inferred resources in this estimation are uncertain in nature and there has been insufficient exploration to define these Inferred resources as an Indicated or Measured mineral resource and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in upgrading them to an Indicated or Measured mineral resource category. 2. These Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves as they do not have demonstrated economic viability. 3. While the results are presented undiluted and in situ, the reported mineral resources are considered to have reasonable prospects for economic extraction. 4. CIM definitions and guidelines were followed for Mineral Resources. 5. A gold price of US$1,400/oz and an exchange rate of US$1.00=C$1.01 was utilized in the gold cut-off grade calculations of 2.84 g/t for potential underground and 0.72 g/t for potential open-pit Mineral Resources. Underground and open-pit mining costs, process costs and G&A costs were estimated using experience gained from Brigus’ Black Fox mine. 6. The Indicated category is defined by combining various statistical criteria, such as a minimum of three drill holes within the search area, a maximum distance of 15m to the closest composite, and a maximum average distance of 25m to composites. Finally, a clipping boundary was interpreted to either upgrade or downgrade some of the resource based on confidence and geological continuity. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 35
    • Executive Management Joseph F. Conway | President & C.E.O. 1 o o Former CEO, President and Director of IAMGOLD from 2003 to 2010 Former President, CEO and Director of Repadre Capital from 1995 to 2003 Renaud Adams | C.O.O. o o o Former SVP, American Operations for IAMGOLD Former General Manager of Rosebel Gold Mine 2007 to 2010 Former General Manager El Toqui Mine in Chile and then the El Mochito Mine in Honduras David Blaiklock | C.F.O. o o Former controller IntraWest Previously controller for a number of public and private companies in real estate development Tamara Brown | VP, Investor Relations o o Former Director Investor Relations for IAMGOLD Former partner of a Toronto based, boutique investment bank and professional engineer in mining industry H. Maura Lendon | VP, Chief General Counsel and Corporate Secretary o Former Senior Vice President, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary of HudBay Minerals Inc.; Chief Counsel Canada, Chief Privacy Officer Canada of AT&T Gabriel Voicu | VP, Geology and Exploration o 25 Years of mining experience, formerly held senior technical and exploration positions with Cambior and IAMGOLD David Sandison | VP, Corporate Development o Former VP, Corporate Development of Clarity Capital ; Director, Corporate Development Xstrata Zinc Canada ; Director Business Development, Noranda/Falconbridge; Former EVP, Noranda Chile Louis Toner | VP, Project Development & Construction o Over 30 Years of Engineering and Construction experience, formerly held Senior Project Management roles with BBA Inc. and Lafarge Canada Inc. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 36
    • Board of Directors Wade Nesmith | Chairman o o Founder of Primero Founding and current director of Silver Wheaton David Demers | Director2,3,4,5 o o Founder, CEO and Director Westport Innovations Director of Cummins Westport and Juniper Engines Grant Edey | Director 3,5 o o o President & CEO, Khan Resources Inc. Former Director of Breakwater Resources, former director of Queenstake Resources, Santa Cruz Gold Former CFO, IAMGOLD Joseph Conway | Director see Executive Management Rohan Hazelton | Director 1,5 o o VP, Strategy, Goldcorp Formerly with Wheaton River and Deloitte & Touche LLP o o Timo Jauristo | Director 2 o o Co-founder of Triton Mining Corporation Founder of BioteQ Environmental Technologies Inc. Robert Quartermain | Director 2,3 EVP, Corporate Development, Goldcorp Former CEO of Zincore Metals Inc. and Southwestern Resources Corp. o o o Eduardo Luna | Director 1 o Brad Marchant| Director 1 Founder and President & CEO, Pretivm Resources Former President, Silver Standard Director of Vista Gold Corp. and Canplats Resources Michael Riley | Director 5 Former EVP & President, Mexico. Former Chairman and CEO of Silver Wheaton, Executive VP of Goldcorp and Luismin S.A. de C.V. (San Dimas) and President of Mexican Mining Chamber Board Committees: and the Silver Institute o o Chartered accountant with more than 26 years of accounting experience Chair of Primero Audit Committee, Chair of Audit Committee of B.C. Lottery 1. Health, Safety and Environment 2. Human Resources 3. Governance and Nominating 4. Lead Director 5. Audit TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 37
    • Notes to Investors Regarding the Use of Resources This presentation has been prepared in accordance with the requirements of Canadian provincial securities laws which differ from the requirements of U.S. securities laws. Unless otherwise indicated, all mineral reserve and resource estimates included in this presentation have been prepared in accordance with Canadian National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”) and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum classification systems. NI 43-101 is a rule developed by the Canadian Securities Administrators that establishes standards for all public disclosure an issuer makes of scientific and technical information concerning mineral projects. These standards differ significantly from the requirements of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”), and reserve and resource estimates disclosed in this presentation may not be comparable to similar information disclosed by U.S. companies. The mineral reserve estimates in this presentation have been calculated in accordance with NI 43-101, as required by Canadian securities regulatory authorities. For United States reporting purposes, SEC Industry Guide 7 under the United States Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, as interpreted by Staff of the SEC, applies different standards in order to classify mineralization as a reserve. As a result, the definition of “probable reserves” used in NI 43-101 differs from the definition in the SEC Industry Guide 7. Under SEC standards, mineralization may not be classified as a “reserve” unless the determination has been made that the mineralization could be economically and legally produced or extracted at the time the reserve determination is made. Among other things, all necessary permits would be required to be in hand or issuance imminent in order to classify mineralized material as reserves under the SEC standards. Accordingly, mineral reserve estimates contained in this presentation may not qualify as “reserves” under SEC standards. In addition, this presentation uses the terms “indicated resources” and “inferred resources” to comply with the reporting standards in Canada. The Company advises United States investors that while those terms are recognized and required by Canadian regulations, the SEC does not recognize them. United States investors are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of the mineral deposits in these categories will ever be converted into mineral reserves. Further, “inferred resources” have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence and as to whether they can be mined legally or economically. Therefore, United States investors are also cautioned not to assume that all or any part of the “inferred resources” exist. In accordance with Canadian securities laws, estimates of “inferred resources” cannot form the basis of feasibility or other economic studies. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of “indicated resources” or “inferred resources” will ever be upgraded to a higher category or are economically or legally mineable. In addition, disclosure of “contained ounces” is permitted disclosure under Canadian securities laws; however, the SEC only permits issuers to report mineralization as in place tonnage and grade without reference to unit measures. NI 43-101 also permits the inclusion of disclosure regarding the potential quantity and grade, expressed as ranges, of a target for further exploration provided that the disclosure (i) states with equal prominence that the potential quantity and grade is conceptual in nature, that there has been insufficient exploration to define a mineral resource and that it is uncertain if further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a mineral resources, and (ii) states the basis on which the disclosed potential quantity and grade has been determined. Disclosure regarding exploration potential has been included in this presentation. United States investors are cautioned that disclosure of such exploration potential is conceptual in nature by definition and there is no assurance that exploration will result in any category of NI 43-101 mineral resources being identified. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 38
    • Footnotes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. “Gold equivalent ounces” include silver and copper production converted to a gold equivalent based on consensus estimated commodity prices; accounts for the San Dimas silver purchase agreement. Assumes San Dimas operates at least at 2,500 tpd from Q1 2014; that Cerro Del Gallo begins production at the end of 2015, with full year production estimated at 95,000AuEq. oz in 2016 and Primero management estimates for Black Fox production, based on 2,200-2,300 tpd operation. Estimated five-year annual average after-tax operating cash flow assuming consensus metals prices as of December 31, 2013, in dollars per ounce for gold and silver of 2014:1,350/22.13, 2015: 1,397/23.00, 2016 1,375/23.10, 2017: 1,350/23.00, 2018 and beyond: 1,300/22.40, includes tax reforms in Mexico commencing January 1, 2014. Assumes San Dimas operates at least at 2,500 tpd from end of Q1 2014; and Primero management estimates for Black Fox production, based on 2,200-2,300 tpd operation. Goldcorp: 5 year, 6% note with annual principal payments of $5M plus 50% of Excess Free Cash Flow, with balloon payment of balance at end of 2015. The Company is in the final stages of arranging a $75 million line of credit, which it expects to close late in Q1 2014. Estimated industry average All-in Sustaining Cost of $1,272/oz in Q4 2013, TD Securities, February 5, 2014. “Gold equivalent ounces” include revenue from silver converted to a gold equivalent based on estimated average realized commodity prices in 2014 of $1,200 per ounce of gold and $7.96 per ounce of silver ounce (calculated using the silver purchase agreement contract price of $4.16 per ounce and assuming excess silver beyond contract requirements is sold at an average silver price of $21 per ounce). Silver production is subject to a silver purchase agreement. The silver purchase agreement dictates that until August 6, 2014 Primero will deliver to Silver Wheaton a per annum amount equal to the first 3.5 million ounces of silver produced at San Dimas and 50% of any excess at $4.16 per ounce (increasing by 1% per year). Thereafter Primero will deliver to Silver Wheaton a per annum amount equal to the first 6.0 million ounces of silver produced at San Dimas and 50% of any excess at $4.20 per ounce (increasing by 1% per year). The Company will receive silver spot prices only after the annual threshold amount has been delivered. Cash cost and All-in Sustaining Costs are non-GAAP measures. Refer to the Company’s Year End 2013 MD&A for a reconciliation. Refer to slides 32, 33, 34, 35 of this presentation. Based on closing prices as of December 13, 2013 on the TSX and share capital as of September 30, 2013, not adjusted for subsequent events. Based on Balance sheet data as of September 30, 2013, not adjusted for SpinCo cash of approximately C$10 million or subsequent events. Face amount of Brigus debt at Q3 2013 is $74.6 million, not including $20.3 million capital lease assumption - financial statements disclose debt of $82.9 million which is net of derivative liabilities. Based on 365 days per year. Note the San Dimas mill was shut down on December 22, 2013 as planned and as part of the expansion to 2,500 TPD. Adjusted net income/earnings and adjusted net income/earnings per share are non-GAAP measures. Neither of these non-GAAP performance measures has any standardized meaning and is therefore unlikely to be comparable to other measures presented by other issuers. The Company believes that, in addition to conventional measures prepared in accordance with GAAP, the Company and certain investors use this information to evaluate the Company’s performance. Accordingly, it is intended to provide additional information and should not be considered in isolation or as a substitute for measures of performance prepared in accordance with GAAP. Refer to the Company’s 2013 MD&A for a reconciliation of adjusted net income/earnings to reported net income. “Operating cash flow” is operating cash flow before working capital changes. This and operating cash flows before working capital changes per share (CFPS) are non-GAAP measures which the Company believes provides a better indicator of the Company’s ability to generate cash flow from its mining operations. See the Company’s 2013 MD&A for a reconciliation of operating cash flows to GAAP. TSX:P I NYSE:PPP I 39
    • PRIMERO MINING CORP. 20 Queen Street West, Suite 2301 Toronto, ON M5H 3R3 T 416 814 3160 F 416 814 3170 TF 877 619 3160 www.primeromining.com Tamara Brown Vice President, Investor Relations T 416 814 3168 info@primeromining.com Trading Symbols Common Shares TSX:P, NYSE:PPP Warrants TSX:P.WT