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Cnadian Zinc June Presentation

  1. 1. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING JUNE 16TH, 201010am, 30th Floor , 650 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia www.canadianzinc.com June 16/2010
  2. 2. Some of the statements in this presentation are forward-lookingstatements and as such are based on an assumed set of the geologicaland economic conditions and planned courses of action. These includeestimates of mineral resources, f t ti t f i l future production levels and grades, d ti l l d dexpectations regarding mine production costs, expected trends in mineralprices and statements that describe Canadian Zinc Corporation’s futureplans, 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 generaleconomic conditions and financial markets, changes in prices for silver,zinc and lead metals technological and operational hazards in mining metals,and mine development activities, uncertainties inherent in the calculationof mineral reserves, mineral resources and metal recoveries, the timingand availability of financing, regulatory, governmental and other permittingapprovals, labour relations and other risk factors listed from time to time inCanadian Zinc Corporation’s Annual Information Form.Canadian Zinc Corporation does NOT yet hold a permit for the operationof the Prairie Creek Mine. www.canadianzinc.com
  3. 3. 65 Approximate Scale 0 50 100 150 Kilometers Proposed Naatsihchoh Mackenz National Park Reserves AREA ie River OF Wrigley MAP Roo t Riv er S. N ahan N. Na PRAIRIE CREEK ni ha nn Riv er iR i ve r MINE Ma FlCANTUNG ck at Nahanni en Ri MINE zie ve National Park Yellowknife r Ri ve Resevre r W Fort Simpson Great Slave in Lake te r Ro ad iver Liard R Jean Marie River Nahanni Butte Proposed NNPR Expansion Boundry Option 1 - Sept 2007 Fort ProvidenceWatson Lake YUKO N TE RRIT Trout Lake O RY Hay River BRIT Trout Lake ISH C Fort Liard OLUM Li BIA NORTH Enterprise ar d WEST T Ri ERRITO ve RIES r ALBERTA Wood Buffalo 120 National Park Fort Nelson
  4. 4.  1928 - Original discovery 1960’s - Discovery and underground development of Main Zone b M i Z began and establishment of camp d t bli h t f 1979 to 1982 - Hunt Brothers Cadillac Exploration, mine site infrastructure setup, road to Liard Highway established, Feasibility Study completed and fully permitted 1982 - Silver price collapses and Cadillac entered into bankruptcy 3 months prior to mine production 1992 to 1993 - San Andreas options property and fully acquires Prairie Creek 1999 - San Andreas name change to Canadian Zinc 2000 to 2008 - CZN exploration and development programs 2008 - Application for Operations referred to EA 2009/10 – In EA process
  5. 5. WINTER ROAD TO LIARD 3 LEVELS OF UG3000 FOOT AIRSTRIP 1000 TPD MILL HOLDING POND ACCOMMODATIONS WORKSHOPS, OFFICE FUEL FARM
  6. 6. Grab Sample: 820 g/t Ag, 10% Zn, 16% Pb, 3.5% Cu Sam Trench Results: 1.52m @ 20% Zn, 13% Pb, 219g/t Ag Prai ault rie C Gate F reek Zinc in Soil anomaly Rico Trench Results: 1.1m @ 18% Zn, 35%Pb, 242g/t Ag Previous surveys indicate y strong geochemical PRAIRIE CREEK anomalies between Main Zone and RicoPROPERTY TENURE: MAIN ZONE: 2 6 Mining Claims 3 Prairie Creek Minesite 8 Mining Leases 4 DDH 95-103: 2.0m @ 5 2 Surface Leases 29% Zn, 13%Pb, 73g/t Ag DDH 95-124: 5.5m @ Total 9,163 Ha. 6 7.5% Zn, 2%Pb, 49g/t Ag lt PC Fau 7 DDH 94-064: 2.1m @ 21% Zn, 9%Pb, 192g/t Ag 16 km DDH 06-170: 10.13m @ 8 6% Zn, 9%Pb, 113g/t Ag 9 Trenching, drilling and undergroung 10 work done by previous operators in Zones 7 through 12 to be followed up 11 by CZN exploration campaigns. CZN Claims & Leases 12 Mineralized Z Mi li d Zones
  7. 7. Project Potential j Proposed Deep Hole
  8. 8. Project Potential j www.canadianzinc.com
  9. 9. TYPE RESOURCE CATEGORY TONNES Pb (%) Zn (%) Ag (g/t) Cu (%)MAIN QUARTZ VEIN (MQV) Measured 938,624 11.63 13.11 211.89 0.465 Indicated 2,944,862 12.67 11.16 212.39 0.472 M+I 3,883,486 12.42 11.63 212.27 0.470 Inferred 5,516,297 11.46 13.55 215.53 0.516STRATABOUND (SB) Measured 611,417 6.68 10.85 67.55 ‐ Indicated 663,261 5.53 10.15 61.99 ‐ M+I 1,274,678 6.08 10.49 64.66 ‐ Inferred 21,234 5.65 10.49 55.71 ‐ Measured 1,550,041 9.68 12.22 155.0 0.282 Indicated 3,608,123 3 608 123 11.36 11 36 10.97 10 97 184.7 184 7 0.385 0 385MQV + SB M+I 5,158,164 10.85 11.35 175.8 0.354 Inferred 5,537,531 11.44 13.54 214.9 0.514STOCKWORK Indicated 682,165 2.68 5.85 50.15 0.112 Inferred 4,045 2.51 5.54 51.31 0.126TOTALS Measured 1,550,041 9.68 12.22 154.95 0.282 Indicated 4,290,288 9.98 10.16 163.34 0.342 M+I 5,840,329 9.90 10.71 161.12 0.326 Inferred 5,541,576 11.43 13.53 214.80 0.514 Source: Minefill Service, Inc. 2007, 43-101 compliant
  10. 10. Mill Flotation Circuit700 hp ball mill1000 tpd flotation cellsThickener tanksLarox filtersTo Install: Paste backfill plant & Pb ox circuitProduce Pb and Zn Cons
  11. 11. Replacement: 1500 kw CAT Generator TANK FARMMill Powerhouse Upgraded with new fuel efficient and lowemission diesel generators Glycol heating system
  12. 12. Transfer Facilities Ice Bridge
  13. 13. N. Nahanni R ive r Highway 1 TRANSPORT Ma Figure 5 4: 5.4: PRAIRIE CREEK ck en PRAIRIE CREEK MINE; MINE M ac ke zieFl nz ie Ri HAULAGE ROUTE at Ri Hi gh wa ve ve Ac y r S. r ce Fort Simpson AREA Na ss OF Ro ha ha MAP 175 Km ad nn Riv i Highway er Checkpoint 35 Jean Marie River Highway 7 126 Km Ma cke nzi Nahanni Butte e Hig Nahanni Butte hw ay Road Junction Fort Providence NORTHWEST TERRITORIES Liard River 93 Km (Liard Transfer Facility) YUKON Yellowknife 224 Km Highway TERRITORY (NT) ay 1 Ma PRAIRIE CREEK cke Highw MINE SITE Highway nzi 7 eH igh 120 Trout Lake Whitehorse wa Nahanni Butte Enterprise Hay River y Liard YUK O N TE 104 Km Hay River RRIT ORY Fort Liard Skagway Highway Trout Lake Fort Nelson 2 38 Km y Enterprise wa Alaska gh 60 BRITISH NORTH Hi WE ST COLUMBIA ALBERTA TERRIT zie Highway ORIES E 1 en BRITIS ck H COL UMBIA Ma Highway 77 Prince Rupert Flin Flon, ALBERTA Prince George Edmonton Manitoba ay 136 Km Liard Highw Japan, Korea Legend (B C) China, Europe Railway Approximate Scale Highway Calgary Haulage Route 35 Al a Trail Roadway sk a nH Vancouver Watercourse ighw ay Fort Nelson 0 50 100 150 Highway U.S.A. Borders 36 Km (CN Railhead) Kilometres Approximate Scale 97 0 50 100 Kilometers 250 Railways Roadways www.canadianzinc.com
  14. 14. Karstlands in the Ram Plateau
  15. 15. PROPOSED WASTE ROCK FACILITY in Diversion Dra lope 1% S 175 Metres at 10 25 m Elevation oad Haul R ain 2: 1 S n Dr lope r si o D i ve Mid Slope Bench (985 m Elevation) Collection Pond Berm Legend Monitoring WellMine Complex Water Flow 750 metres Solid Waste Facility Waste Rock Outline (500,000 m3 Capacity) Lined Sediment Pond (970 m Elevation) Harrison Creek Inert Debris (100,000 m3 Capacity) www.canadianzinc.com
  16. 16. Prairie Creek Mine: Conceptual View Water Treatment Mill Plant e Catchment C t h t Mine Min Pond pile & Stock Sewage Treatment M in e Plant M ew age reek rie C ill S ack Prai Cell B hm ent B c Cat ress Medial Dyke Buttr Fill M ax im um W at er L ev el Cell A MillProposed W tP d WaterStorage Pond
  17. 17.  Operations similar to the original 1982 permit utilizing existing infrastructure with efficiency upgrades that provide further environmental mitigation Up to 1,300 tonnes/day underground cut-and-fill mining cut-and- Up to 950 tonnes/day crushing/grinding/flotation process with addition of DMS plant and utilize the waste flotation tailings product in underground paste backfill Conversion of tailings pond facility into a Water Storage Pond Production of zinc and lead concentrates (80-120,000t/yr) (80- Creation of a Waste Rock Facility Transport bagged Zn & Pb concentrate by truck to Fort Nelson railhead via 2 Transfer Stations on a winter road basis Working in collaboration with local First Nations and NNPR www.canadianzinc.com
  18. 18.  The Mine was fully permitted in 1982 for operations During the course of further exploration and development (post 1982) the Prairie Creek Mine has received 15 permits/licenses to support such activities Application for Operating P A li ti f O ti Permit submitted J it b itt d June 11 2008 which 11, hi h included Water License and 3 LUPs Applications referred to EA under the MVEIRB August 8, 2008 due to public concern Final Terms of Reference and Work Plan Issued by MVRB June, 2009 In response to the Terms of Reference CZN compiled a Reference, Developers Assessment Report which was deemed by the MVRB to be in conformity enabling the EA to continue to the next phase MVRB also issued a new Work Plan which indicates the closure of the public registry for this EA to occur by year end 2010 www.canadianzinc.com
  19. 19. 12 1 2 7 5 1110 6 9 15 14 13 3 4 8Upg adedUpgraded Mine Facilities: e ac t es1 - Water Storage Pond - Cell A 5- Staff Accommodation Block 9 - DMS Plant (Attached to Mill) 13 - Acid Storage Tanks2 - Water Storage Pond - Cell B 6- Ore Stockpile Lined Pad 10 - Temporary Float Storage Pile 14 - Bagging Plant3 - Reagent Storage Sheds 7- 2nd 870 Underground Portal 11 - Paste Backfill Plant (Attached to Mill) 15 - Cement Storage Shed4 - Water Treatment Plant 8- Concentrate Storage Shed 12 - Waste Rock Pile
  20. 20. Canadian Zinc owns 17% interest Revitalized mining strategyTargeting 100,000 oz gold per year
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  22. 22. Fiji – Pacific RimOk T di (OTML) Tedi Lihir Lihi (LGL) Vatukoula V t k l (VGM)14.4 Million Ounces 41 Million Ounces 11 Million OuncesPorgera (Barrick) FIJI10 Million Ounces Tuvatu Macraes (Oceana Gold) 8 Million Ounces 24
  23. 23. Tonnes Grade Contained Metal million gms gold / tonne Gold (million ounces)Reserves Proven 0.4 15.2 0.19 Probable 1.5 9.8 0.49Total Mineral Reserve 1.9 10.9 0.68Mineral ResourcesVatukoula Underground Measured 4.0 11.1 1.4 Indicated 4.3 9.9 1.4 Inferred 4.7 8.6 1.3 Sub Total 13.0 4.1Vatukoula Tailings Measured 4.5 1.5 0.2 Indicated 0.7 1.3 0.03Total Mineral Resources 18.2 7.3 4.3 25
  24. 24. VGM REGIONALEXPLORATION POTENTIAL 26
  25. 25. Canadian Zinc owns 11% interestAdvanced Zinc lead Exploration pAdjacent to Red Dog Mine Alaska
  26. 26. www.canadianzinc.com
  27. 27. www.canadianzinc.com
  28. 28. CANADIAN ZINC CORPORATION Listings on: Toronto Stock Exchange – CZN OTCBB – CZICF Frankfurt Stock Exchange : SRSCommon Shares: 118,900,563 (June 16/10) Fully Diluted: 127,990,563 (June 16/10) Working Capital: $6 million No d bt N debt Suite 1710-650 West Georgia Street, 1710- Suite 700-220 Bay Street, 700- PO Box 11644 Toronto, ON M5J 2W4 Vancouver, BC, V6C 1G8 Tel: Tel: (416 ) 362-6686 362- Tel: (604) 688-2001 688- Fax: 416) 368- Fax: (416) 368-5344 Fax: (604) 688-2043 688- Tollfree:1-866-688- Tollfree:1-866-688-2001 www.canadianzinc.com

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