February 2012
Forward Looking StatementsSome statements in this presentation may contain forward-looking information. All statements, ot...
Management and Board OverviewVictor Goncalves, President, CEO and Director B.A. Economics, University of WinnipegVictor Go...
Management and Board Overview cont’dOctavio Soares, Chief Financial Officer and Director FCA – Université Laval , QuébecOc...
Why Invest in Threegold?People – Market-savvy management with a proven track record, and a technically-inclined and discov...
Corporate Milestones Management restructured – Victor Goncalves appointed CEO $4.05M  Hard-cash financing  $0.8M  Flow-...
Corporate OverviewThreegold is one of the leading mineral explorationcompanies in the province of Québec, Canada. Thecompa...
Share Performance/Financial HighlightsFinancial Highlights                    Share Structure$1.6 Working Capital         ...
Key Projects                                     ABITIBI GOLD BELT  All our Core Gold Projects arelocated in Canadas busie...
Québec MiningQuébec is remarkable for its vast land surface and enormous mineral wealth that remains largely untapped. In2...
Abitibi Gold BeltThe Abitibi Gold Belt is an established gold mining district in Canada that extends from Wawa, Ontario, t...
Exploration BudgetsProperty        Operator       Geologist                   BudgetAdanac                         Osisko ...
South Bay Gold Project OverviewThe South Bay Project comprises the South Bay property and the Hop O’ My Thumb and Vauqueli...
South Bay Gold Project HighlightsType of project: Gold                     Plato option agreementClaims: 182              ...
South Bay Gold Exploration Overview                                                           Threegold drilled 5 short ho...
Standard Gold Project Option   Threegold enters into option agreement with Osisko Mining Corporation February 14, 2011Osis...
Standard Gold Project OverviewType of Project: GoldClaims: 75Hectares: 3,304.08 (33.04 km2)Acres: 8,164.56 (12.76 mi2)Expl...
Standard Gold Project OverviewBackgroundThe Standard Gold Project, centered on the former Standard Goldmine, was acquired ...
Standard Gold Project OverviewGeology and MineralizationThe area is underlain by volcanic rocks (mostly calc-alkaline ande...
Adanac Gold Project Option      Threegold enters into an option agreement with Osisko Mining CorporationMay 26, 2011    Os...
Adanac Gold Project HighlightsType of project: GoldClaims: 91Hectares: 3,276.35 (32.76 km2)Acres: 8,096.03 (12.65 mi2)Mine...
Adanac Gold Project Overview                  The Adanac Project is located in                  the core of the Abitibi re...
Adanac Gold Project GeologyGeology and MineralizationThe Adanac claims lie south of the Cadillac–LarderLake Break at the t...
Adanac Gold Project OverviewExploration resultsSince 2006, Threegold has gradually developed a 3D model of the geology and...
Barraute Gold Project OverviewType of project: Gold                      The Barraute property is located on the outskirts...
Shining Tree Gold Project OverviewType of Project: GoldClaims: 12Hectares: 980.74 (9.81km2)Acres: 2,423.46 (3.29 mi2)Explo...
Lemieux Dome OverviewType of project: Copper, zinc, lead, silver, goldTotal claims: 356Hectares: 15,884.18 (158.84 km2)Acr...
Shining Tree Gold Project OverviewStrategic PositionThe Shining Tree area is located in the Larder Mining Division of the ...
Lemieux Dome OverviewThe Lemieux Dome Project covers a surface area of approximately 158 km2 in the Lemieux Township justs...
Lemieux Dome OverviewGeology and MineralizationThe Lemieux Dome is a subcircular anticlinal geological structure almost 10...
Mercier Rare Earth Project OverviewThe Mercier project covers a NE-trending alkaline intrusive      Type: Rare Earth Eleme...
Mercier Rare Earth Project OverviewGeologyThe Mercier project is centered on a bi-lobate alkaline intrusive body approxima...
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  1. 1. February 2012
  2. 2. Forward Looking StatementsSome statements in this presentation may contain forward-looking information. All statements, other than ofhistorical fact, that address activities, events or developments that the Company believes, expects or anticipateswill or may occur in the future (including, without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization) areforward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are generally identifiable by use of the words “may”,“will”, “should”, “continue”, “expect”, “anticipate”, “estimate”, “believe”, “intend”, “plan” or “project” or thenegative of these words or other variations on these words or comparable terminology. Forward-lookingstatements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, many of which are beyond the Company’s abilityto control or predict, that may cause the actual results of the Company to differ materially from those discussedin the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results or events to differ materially fromcurrent expectations include, among other things, without limitation, failure to establish estimated mineralresources, the possibility that future exploration results will not be consistent with the Companys expectations,changes in world gold markets or markets for other commodities, and other risks disclosed in the Company’spublic disclosure record on file with the relevant securities regulatory authorities. Any forward-looking statementspeaks only as of the date on which it is made and except as may be required by applicable securities laws, theCompany disclaims any intent or obligation to update any forward-looking statement.
  3. 3. Management and Board OverviewVictor Goncalves, President, CEO and Director B.A. Economics, University of WinnipegVictor Goncalves earned a B.A. in Economics from the Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Winnipeg, where hecompleted a thesis on the energy efficiency of uranium. He has a strong economic background, with nearly ten years as asuccessful market analyst and a consultant for several funds, including The Harvard Management Fund. Mr Goncalves was founderand director of The Equities and Economics Report, whose proven track record includes predicting several major inflection pointsin the markets. He continues to write for publications such as Barron’s Magazine, Resource Magazine, Kitco and other successfulinternet newsletters. Well-respected for his success as an analyst and his expertise in project valuations, Mr Goncalves makesregular appearances on BNN and Mining Industry TV, and as a speaker at many international investment conferences.Antoine Fournier, VP Exploration, COO and Director M.Sc. Geology – McGill University, MontrealAntoine Fournier earned a B.Sc. in Geology from Concordia University, Montreal, and an M.Sc. from McGill University, Montreal,where he studied rare earth element mineralization associated with the St-Honoré Carbonatite in the province of Québec. Foralmost twenty years, he has focused on the exploration of precious and high-tech metals and minerals as well as diamonds. MrFournier was involved in several significant discoveries during his career, namely the Lac Knife graphite deposit (Québec), theYouga gold deposit (Burkina Faso), and the Cargo diamondiferous kimberlite (Nunavut). He is a member of the Ordre des géologuesdu Québec.André Le Bel, Director B.Sc.A Université Laval, Quebec, LL.B. Sherbrooke University, SherbrookeAndré Le Bel is the Vice President Legal Affairs and Corporate Secretary of Osisko Mining Corporation since November 2007. From1997 to November 2006 he held the position of Senior Legal Counsel for Cambior Inc and was promoted to Vice-President LegalAffairs of IAMGOLD Corporation following the acquisition of Cambior by IAMGOLD in November 2006. Mr Le Bel is also a directorof RedQuest Capital Corp, a capital pool company.
  4. 4. Management and Board Overview cont’dOctavio Soares, Chief Financial Officer and Director FCA – Université Laval , QuébecOctavio Soares holds a B.A. in Business Administration and a Bachelor in Accounting Sciences from Université Laval in the provinceof Québec. He is also a member of the Ordre des comptables agrées du Québec. Before joining Threegold Resources—first as adirector in 2008 and shortly after as CFO—Mr Soares accumulated more than 10 years of experience working for variousgovernment agencies in Canada and abroad, mainly in resource management and risk assessment. By virtue of his educationalbackground and expertise in public finance, Mr Soares became an electoral expert in Québec with Directeur général des élections,as well as an authority on political party financing and an electoral observer on the international scene during elections in Africaand South America..Richard Tanguay, Chairman of the Board DEC – Institut de tourisme et dhôtellerie du Québec , MontrealRichard Tanguay graduated in Hotel Management from the Institut de tourisme et dhôtellerie du Québec in 1984. He is thepresident and founder of LOC International, an award-winning company providing supplies to the hotel and restaurant industrysince 1988. In 2007, Mr Tanguay co-founded another company, Hygie Canada Inc, a distributor of innovative hygiene products forthe medical and paramedical sectors. Mr Tanguay also sits on the boards of directors for several private companies and hevolunteers for the Fonds de développement du collège Édouard-Montpetit.
  5. 5. Why Invest in Threegold?People – Market-savvy management with a proven track record, and a technically-inclined and discovery-driven field teamProjects – Core projects in one of the world’s friendliest mining jurisdictions along thebusiest gold-producing belt in CanadaSolid shareholder and JV Partner – Osisko Mining CorporationPerformance – Consistently hitting new milestones
  6. 6. Corporate Milestones Management restructured – Victor Goncalves appointed CEO $4.05M  Hard-cash financing  $0.8M  Flow-through financing Acquisition of 100% interest in Shining Tree Project (Oct. 28, 2010) Acquisition of former Standard Gold Property - Duverny (Feb. 2, 2011) Osisko Mining options Standard Gold Property - Duverny (Feb. 14, 2011)  Osisko Mining acquires 9.2% stake in Threegold (May 19, 2011 ) Osisko Mining options Adanac Property (May 26, 2011)  Osisko VP joins Board (June 1, 2011)  
  7. 7. Corporate OverviewThreegold is one of the leading mineral explorationcompanies in the province of Québec, Canada. Thecompany has a highly qualified technical team withextensive exploration experience—including previousgold discoveries in Québec—and management withfinancing and public company expertise. Threegold aims to create shareholder wealth throughthe discovery of new deposits with a focus onCanadian assets, mainly in Québec. Threegold offersinvestors a portfolio of high-quality explorationprojects and the potential to take part in a majordiscovery.With a strategic property portfolio and solidpartnerships—like the one with Osisko MiningCorporation—Threegold’s goal is to discover a low-cost, multi-million ounce gold deposit in Québec.
  8. 8. Share Performance/Financial HighlightsFinancial Highlights Share Structure$1.6 Working Capital 101.1M Shares outstanding$11.1M Market capitalization 7.8M Option$5.5M Working Capital (fully diluted) 10.3M Warrants 119.3M Shares fully diluted
  9. 9. Key Projects ABITIBI GOLD BELT All our Core Gold Projects arelocated in Canadas busiest Gold Production Belt
  10. 10. Québec MiningQuébec is remarkable for its vast land surface and enormous mineral wealth that remains largely untapped. In2010 there were 16 mines, 270 exploration companies and 13 primary processing industries operating in theprovince. Some 14 metallic substances are mined, notably iron, gold, nickel, titanium, zinc, copper and silver.In 2010, the value of all mineral shipments from Québec reached an all-time high of $6.8 billion and the miningindustry accounted for nearly 15,000 direct jobs and investments of $2.5 billion.The vast majority of the bedrock in Québec is Precambrian in age, a geological environment known around theworld for its abundance of gold, iron, copper and nickel resources. Major recent discoveries in the province – byOsisko Mining Corporation for example – support the estimate that up to 60% of Québec’s mineral potentialremains undiscovered.The Québec mining industry has maintained steady growth since it first took off in the 1920s when the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region experienced the province’s first real mining boom.Nearly a century later, in 2010, Québec ranked as the world’s top mining jurisdiction for the third straight yearaccording to the Fraser Institute’s study on excellence in the mining field. It is considered an international stand-out for investment based mainly on stable government policies and excellent mineral potential.
  11. 11. Abitibi Gold BeltThe Abitibi Gold Belt is an established gold mining district in Canada that extends from Wawa, Ontario, to Val-dOr, Québec. Located within the mineral-rich Abitibi Greenstone Belt, the gold belt has produced more than 100mines and 170 million ounces of gold since 1901.The first gold rush started in 1909, and many of the region’s towns still embrace mining as part of their historyand socio-economic future. The name of Val-d’Or, one of the biggest cities in the belt, means “Valley of Gold”: atestament to the region’s many discoveries and the birthplace of Québec’s first mining boom in the 1920s.The Abitibi Greenstone Belt is not just renowned for gold: it has also produced more than 35 billion pounds ofzinc, 15 billion pounds of copper, and 400 million ounces of silver.Strong market prices for precious and base metals in recent years has fuelled a resurgence in explorationactivities throughout the belt, and led to the opening of several mines. The region is also attractive for its lowcost-per-ounce gold production and the excellent quality of its labour force.One of the biggest investors in the economy of the Abitibi Gold Belt is Osisko Mining Corporation, who will investup to 3.25 billion dollars over 20 years in their project near the town of Malartic. Threegold is pleased to bepartners with this major player on its Adanac and Standard Gold projects.
  12. 12. Exploration BudgetsProperty Operator Geologist BudgetAdanac Osisko $500,000Standard Gold Osisko $750,000South Bay Antoine Fournier / Robert $500,000 TremblayLemieux Dome Antoine Fournier / $500,000 Bernard-Olivier MartelBarraute Antoine Fournier / Robert $50,000 TremblayShinning Tree Antoine Fournier $20,000Mercier Antoine Fournier -
  13. 13. South Bay Gold Project OverviewThe South Bay Project comprises the South Bay property and the Hop O’ My Thumb and Vauquelin properties,  both of which are optioned from Plato Gold Corp.The project covers three mineral occurrences discovered and worked in the 1950s. They remained relativelyuntouched until local prospectors picked up the claims in 2007. Threegold recognized the potential of theeastern portion of the Val-d’Or Formation and optioned the claims in 2009.
  14. 14. South Bay Gold Project HighlightsType of project: Gold Plato option agreementClaims: 182 Pursuant to the terms of the 5-year option agreement, Threegold hasHectares: 6,261.77 (62.62 km2) paid an initial cash amount of $50,000 to Plato Gold and will payAcres: 15,473.17 (24.18 mi2) $50,000 in cash or stock on each of the four anniversaries. In addition, Threegold will complete a $500,000 work program in years 1 and 2,Plato option: 53 claims and deliver a NI 43-101 Technical Report on the two properties afterHectares: 926.22 (9.26 km2) the 4th year. Once Threegold obtains a 75% interest, Plato will retainAcres: 2,288.74 acres (3.58 mi2) a 2% NSR, half of which may be bought back at any time by Threegold for an amount of $1M.Exploration companies in the area• Plato Gold Corporation• Pro-Or Resources• Adventure Gold• Galahad Metals• Alexis CorporationAdjacent claims to project• Plato Gold Corporation• Pro-Or ResourcesKnown deposits in the area• Blue Note Mining-Croinor Project(1.4Mt @ 6.31g/t Au)
  15. 15. South Bay Gold Exploration Overview Threegold drilled 5 short holes directly below the main  Geology occurrence to confirm the extent and orientation of theThe property is underlain by a sequence of alternating mineralization.intermediate and felsic volcanic rocks of the Val-dOr Hole Gold (g/t) Width (m) From (m) To (m)Formation intruded by irregular felsic intrusives. These SB10-01 1.06 5 8 13 including 2.64 0.8 8.7 9.5are crosscut by WNW- and NNW-trending shear zones SB10-02 0.87 3.1 15.6 18.7locally mineralized with gold (Au) and/or silver-zinc SB10-03 1.2 3.1 16.9 20(Ag-Zn). including 1.5 1.45 16.9 18.35 SB10-04 1.73 5.3 19.5 25.8Exploration results including 2.28 3.1 19.5 22.6In the fall of 2010, Threegold located the historical including 6.76 0.9 19.5 20.4North Zone showing and exposed it through trenching SB10-05 1.39 4.5 18.3 22.8over a maximum width of 6.5 metres. Historical results for the Silver Zone (150 m south of theContinuous channel Channel Sample – South Zone) include:sampling across this North ZoneNW-trending structure • 394 oz/t Ag (13,509 g/t Ag) in a grab sample Channel Length Auyielded: (#) (m) (g/t) • 124 oz/t Ag over 2 ft (4,252 g/t Ag over 0.61 m) in drill 2.0 E 1.05 2.36 core 3.5 E 0.50 4.01   6.8 E 1.10 1.83 11.6 E 4.30 1.88 Threegold will continue stripping the South and Silver 15.5 E 0.60 1.02 zones to carry out systematic channel sampling and to 16.5 E 0.75 26.69 better understand the structural context before drilling.
  16. 16. Standard Gold Project Option Threegold enters into option agreement with Osisko Mining Corporation February 14, 2011Osisko can earn a maximum 70% interest by incurring up to $10 million in exploration expendituresTo earn 51% • $300,000 in cash payments over 5 years • $4 million in exploration over 5 yearsTo earn additional 19% (total 70%) • Extra $6 million in exploration or take project to feasibility
  17. 17. Standard Gold Project OverviewType of Project: GoldClaims: 75Hectares: 3,304.08 (33.04 km2)Acres: 8,164.56 (12.76 mi2)Exploration companies in the area• Bowmore Exploration• Aurizon Mines• Cartier Resources• Midland ExplorationAdjacent claims to project• Bowmore Exploration• Aurizon MinesKnown mines in the area• North American Palladium - Sleeping Giant  
  18. 18. Standard Gold Project OverviewBackgroundThe Standard Gold Project, centered on the former Standard Goldmine, was acquired in January 2011 from Big Bang Resources,a company made up of local prospectors. It was quickly optionedto Osisko Mining Corporation who can earn up to a 70%interest in the project (see press release of Feb.14, 2011).The deposit was originally discovered in 1936 but only wentinto production after World War II, finally closing in 1953(production figures not available). Sporadic exploration in the1980s and 1990s followed a 30-year hiatus, but this work focusedstrictly on the former mine area and known veins.Big Bang Resources recognized the potential of the entire project, and not just the former mine site, bytaking into account modern mining approaches and the current trend of targeting larger volumes of lowergrade rocks amenable to bulk mining.
  19. 19. Standard Gold Project OverviewGeology and MineralizationThe area is underlain by volcanic rocks (mostly calc-alkaline andesites) of the Arthur Lake Formation in the AbitibiGreenstone Belt. Synvolcanic intrusive dykes and sills of intermediate to mafic composition host a significantportion of the area’s known gold.The Standard Gold project is centered on one such dyke with an interpreted NW-SE trend and crosscuttingrelationship with surrounding volcanic rocks. The dyke displays extensive oblique and shear-parallel quartz-filledfractures caused by brittle deformation.The presence of gold in these quartz veins has been well established by earlier exploration work, but the mineralpotential of the alteration envelope affecting the entire intrusive rock package remains to be tested. Initialexploration will be conducted in 2011 following an exhaustive compilation of earlier work.  
  20. 20. Adanac Gold Project Option Threegold enters into an option agreement with Osisko Mining CorporationMay 26, 2011 Osisko can earn a maximum 70% interest by incurring up to $14.5 million in exploration expenditures To earn 51% • $600,000 in cash payments over 4 years • $4.5 million in exploration over 4 years To earn additional 19% (total 70%) • Extra $10 million in exploration or take project to feasibility
  21. 21. Adanac Gold Project HighlightsType of project: GoldClaims: 91Hectares: 3,276.35 (32.76 km2)Acres: 8,096.03 (12.65 mi2)Mines in the area• Agnico-Eagle Mines: Laronde (zinc-gold-silver-copper)• Agnico-Eagle Mines: Lapa (gold)• Iamgold: Doyon Mine (gold)• Iamgold: Bousquet Mine (gold)Exploration companies in the area• Gold Bullion Development (Granada Deposit)• Yorbeau Resources• Adaventure Gold• Globex Mining Adjacent claims to the project  Known deposits in the area• Gold Bullion Development Corp • Aurizon Mines: Joanna Project (M+I: 53.9Mt @ 1.33g/t Au)• RT Minerals • Gold Bullion Development: Granada Deposit• Jack Stock
  22. 22. Adanac Gold Project Overview The Adanac Project is located in the core of the Abitibi region, on a splay of the renowned Cadillac–Larder Lake Break. Two of the three historical shafts on the property were used for small-scale gold production and the third for advanced exploration. The property is named after the old Adanac mine on the property, which produced an undisclosed quantity of gold ore in the 1930s.
  23. 23. Adanac Gold Project GeologyGeology and MineralizationThe Adanac claims lie south of the Cadillac–LarderLake Break at the transition between Pontiacsedimentary rocks to the south and Timiskamingsedimentary rocks to the north.Gold mineralization appears restricted to shear zoneswhere it forms well-defined traceable corridorscutting across Pontiac greywackes and argillites. Thegold-bearing shear zones are laced with quartz veinsand extensively mineralized with pyrrhotite andpyrite. Deformation dismembered and boudinagedthe veins into convoluted centimetre-scale fragments.Pervasive alteration affected sedimentary rocks in theeast part of the property, forming an extensivebiotite-sericite-fuchsite-carbonate halo anomalous ingold and mineralized with pyrite and arsenopyrite.
  24. 24. Adanac Gold Project OverviewExploration resultsSince 2006, Threegold has gradually developed a 3D model of the geology and zones of high mineral potential byintegrating earlier exploration data with the results from regional and detailed Mobile Metal Ion (MMITM) soilgeochemistry surveys, a local geochemical Soil Gas Hydrocarbon (SGHTM) survey, and property-wide airbornegeophysical aeromagnetic-electromagnetic coverage. This new 3D model has significantly improved Threegold’sability to trace known mineralized trends and help predict extensions.The new information was used to planand execute a 4,474-metre, 22-holediamond drilling program on the project.Results outline a 1.8-kilometre goldcorridor and reveal much-neededgeological information in areas withoutoutcrops.In early 2011, Abitibi Geophysicsconducted a 3D hole-to-hole InducedPolarization (IP) survey to explore theoff-hole potential and help establishpriorities for Phase II of the drillingprogram scheduled for this year. 3D model
  25. 25. Barraute Gold Project OverviewType of project: Gold The Barraute property is located on the outskirts of the small town ofClaims: 6 the same name in the Abitibi region. Threegold will focus on establishingHectares: 255.73 (2.56 km2) the most prospective geologic setting for the gold-bearing zones, whichAcres: 631.92 (0.99mi2) were traced from surface to a depth of 30 metres by the previous owners.Exploration companies in the area• Agnico-Eagle Mines• Abcourt MinesAdjacent claims to the project• Agnico-Eagle MinesKnown deposits in the area• Agnico-Eagle Mines: Swanson deposit(Inferred resource of 504,000t @1.93 g/tAu)• Abcourt Mines: Abcourt-Barvue (M+Iresource of 7,018,969t @ 0.138 g/t Au,61.19 g/t Ag, 3.3% Zn;http://www.abcourt.com/accueil.html)   
  26. 26. Shining Tree Gold Project OverviewType of Project: GoldClaims: 12Hectares: 980.74 (9.81km2)Acres: 2,423.46 (3.29 mi2)Exploration companies in the area• Creso Exploration• Golden Phoenix Minerals, Platinex• Mineral Mountain Resources• Goldeye Explorations• PromineralsAdjacent claims to project• Creso Exploration  
  27. 27. Lemieux Dome OverviewType of project: Copper, zinc, lead, silver, goldTotal claims: 356Hectares: 15,884.18 (158.84 km2)Acres: 39,250.66 (61.33 mi2)Mont-de-l’Aigle optionClaims: 178Hectares: 5,726.76 (57.27 km2)Acres: 14,151.13 (22.11 mi2)Exploration companies in the area• Xstrata Copper• Matamec Resources• Kimpar ResourcesTerms of the Mont-de-l’Aigle optionOn January 17, 2007, Threegold announced an option agreement with Ressources Appalaches for the Mont­de­lAigle property. Under the terms of the agreement, Threegold is required to incur $2M in explorationexpenditures over 5 years to earn a 50% interest in the property. The agreement is currently in its fifth yearand Threegold needs to spend $373,836 to complete the earn-in. 
  28. 28. Shining Tree Gold Project OverviewStrategic PositionThe Shining Tree area is located in the Larder Mining Division of the District of Sudbury, Ontario. Thisestablished mining camp is part of the prolific Abitibi Greenstone Belt and straddles the well-known Cadillac–Larder Lake Break, which hosts numerous gold mines in Ontario and Québec.Threegold’s Shining Tree claim blocks are immediately adjacent to properties belonging to Creso Resourcesand Goldeye Explorations. A recent surge in exploration activity was sparked by Creso’s report of high gradeassays on their Minto gold project, adjacent to Shining Tree. Creso’s drill results included a hole with 18.2 g/tAu over 65.7 m, including 25.7 m grading 33.2 g/t AuGeology and MineralizationThe Shining Tree property is underlain by ultramafic to mafic volcanicswith lesser pyroclastics and metasedimentary rocks of Huronian andTimiskaming age, all of which are intruded by numerous felsic to maficdykes.The rocks are folded into a syncline with a moderate northwestplunge. Gold mineralization is associated with both shear-hosted andtension-type quartz veins. 
  29. 29. Lemieux Dome OverviewThe Lemieux Dome Project covers a surface area of approximately 158 km2 in the Lemieux Township justsouth of Parc National de la Gaspésie, about equal distances from Ste-Anne-des-Monts, Murdochville andNew Richmond.  Two prospectors first discovered mineralization in the area in 1909, and a government geologist recognized the prominent domal structure while mapping in the 1910s. The Lemieux Dome, as it became known, underwent two major exploration periods: the first in the 1910s-1920s, and the second during the 1950s when a renewed interest in base metals sparked a major exploration boom. Threegold moved into the area in 2005 and has since acquired a significant land position. It can now claim to be the first company to have consolidated the entire geological structure under one owner. This provides a significant advantage because the structure can be evaluated as a whole instead of focusing on individual isolated features.
  30. 30. Lemieux Dome OverviewGeology and MineralizationThe Lemieux Dome is a subcircular anticlinal geological structure almost 10 km across. It affects the Siluro-Devonian metasedimentary rocks on the north flank of the Connecticut Valley-Gaspé Synclinorium. Allformations are cut by numerous felsic intrusions, from monzonites to dacites, which occur as dykes and sills.The most attractive feature of the area is the impressive number of mineralized veins and breccias, which wereexplored in the 1940s and 1950s by trenching and drilling. Structures are 1-10 m wide and more than severalhundred metres long, with grades ranging from 1-10% Zn, 3-7% Pb and 10-500 g/t Ag.Several mineral deposit types have been proposed for the property, the most important (and probable) of thesebeing related to intrusive stocks: copper porphyries, copper skarns, and mantos. The central and southern partsof the Lemieux Dome have seen little exploration and have only been probed by a few short holes.After carrying out extensive exploration during 2007 and 2008, Threegold made the strategic decision to stepback from the veins and breccias to focus on the entire structure as a whole. This approach is paying off ascompany geologists are now able to build a new geological model, including a new stratigraphic column, whichexplains why some of the earlier efforts did not materialize in discoveries. This model will help predict anddecipher underground mineralization. 
  31. 31. Mercier Rare Earth Project OverviewThe Mercier project covers a NE-trending alkaline intrusive Type: Rare Earth Elements (REE)body about 130 km east of Senneterre in the Abitibi region of Claims: 64Québec. Hectares: 3,641.49 (36.41 km2) Acres: 8,998.32 (14.06 mi2)The intrusive complex was discovered during a regionalairborne magnetic survey. Québec Cartier Mining Company Exploration companies in the areastaked a bi-lobate area characterized by a high magnetic • Laurentian Goldfieldssignature, and subsequent drilling outlined zones with high  magnetite content.  Rio Tinto Canada Exploration optioned the project in 1974 andcompleted soil geochemistry, ground geophysics and a drillfence across the southern lobe of the intrusive, but onlyassayed one of its three holes targeting copper (up to 0.6% Cuover 1.5 m).  
  32. 32. Mercier Rare Earth Project OverviewGeologyThe Mercier project is centered on a bi-lobate alkaline intrusive body approximately 6 km long by 2-3 km wide (~29km2) in the transition zone of the Grenville Province. The geology of the complex is sketchy due to the limitedavailability of outcrops and diamond drill hole data. Threegold’s drilling in 2008 intersected mainly pyroxenites andgabbros in an equigranular to pegmatitic facies with abundant ultramafic and carbonatitic interlayers.  Focus on Rare EarthsNone of the historical exploration programs, including thework by Rio Tinto Canada Exploration, investigated theproject for rare earth (REE) mineralization.From 2007 to 2010, Threegold conducted an extensive soilgeochemistry program to outline copper, niobium andREE targets. These were tested during the company’s initialdiamond drill program in 2008 (4,418 m) and later in 2010(3,112 m). The results from these programs confirmed theelevated REE content of the intrusive complex, withanomalous zones up to 100 metres across.  
  33. 33. Corporate Directory Exchange: TSX Venture Exchange Trading Symbol: THG.V CUSIP: 8857991200 de l’Escale, suite 100 VAL-DOR QC J9P 4G8 TEL (819) 825 3883 FAX (819) 825 3836 http://Threegold.ca Mr. Victor Goncalves Mr. Antoine Fournier President & CEO Vice-President Exploration TEL (204) 997 5517 TEL (819) 354 5215 victor@threegold.ca afournier@threegold.ca Auditors: KPMG LLP, Chartered Accountants  Legal Counsel: Miller Thompson Pouliot SENCRL SUITE 1500 - 600 DE MAISONNEUVE BLVD W CIBC TOWER, 31ST FLOOR, 1155 BLVD RENÉ-LÉVESQUE W TOUR KPMG, MONTREAL QC H3A 0A3 MONTREAL QC Bank: Transfer Agent: Computershare Investor Services Inc. TD Bank, 814, 3RD AVE, VAL-DOR QC SUITE 700 – 1500 UNIV ERSITY ST, MONTREAL QC H3A 3S8

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