December, 2011     THE ATLANTA GOLD MINE, EASTERN NEVADA           Exploring	  Nevada s	  First	  Gold	  Porphyry         ...
Forward	  Looking	  Statement	    Statements relating to the estimated or expected future production and operating results...
Key	  Personnel	  Robert Dinning – CEO is a Chartered Accountant and a lifetime member of the Alberta Institute of Charter...
Atlanta	  Gold	  &	  Silver	  	  Mine,	  Nevada	                                              Carlin-type                 ...
Atlanta	  Project	  Infrastructure	  	  5	  
Land	  Ownership	  at	  Atlanta	          §    Meadow Bay has staked and acquired over 600 claims              within the...
Atlanta	  Land	  PosiJon	          Total Land Position as of 2/25/2012                     Total	                    ~12,0...
SchemaJc	  Block	  	  Diagram	  of	  Atlanta	  Geology	  	          Porphyry Discovery        announced        October 13,...
Gold	  MineralizaJon	  at	  Atlanta	    Gold mineralization is primarily hosted in silicified breccias with the  Atlanta F...
Intrusive	  Porphyry-­‐related	  MineralizaJon	  §  A previously unrecognized             Atlanta Porphyryintrusive porph...
Atlanta	  Drilling	  Program	       2011 plan concluded with 21 core holes and 18 RC holes for a     total of 30,647 ft. o...
2011	  Drill-­‐hole	  LocaJons	  	    at	  the	  Atlanta	  Gold	  Mine	  	    Project	  with	  Surface	  	    ProjecJon	  ...
2011	  Drilling	  Highlights	  (Results	  as	  of	  Feb,	  2012)	  Drill	  Hole	        Area	                             ...
Cross-­‐SecJon	  99860N	  through	  Atlanta	  Porphyry	    	  14	  
Cross-­‐SecJon	  99500N	  through	  Atlanta	  Fault	    	  15	  
Reconnaissance	  ExploraJon	  Targets	  	     Exploration adjacent to the Atlanta Mine has discovered new target areas  §...
Plans	  for	  Moving	  Forward	    Work at the Atlanta Project is structured to efficiently move the  project toward event...
Atlanta	  Gold-­‐Silver	  Mine	  Summary	    §  Land position to in excess of 12,000 acres creating a district  §  Porph...
Capital	  Structure	              Post Acquisition and Initial Offering:            Common Shares Issued               43,...
Contact	  InformaJon	       Meadow Bay Gold Corporation     Robert Dinning, Chairman & CEO     300 – 905 West Pender Stree...
Appendix                        	           Supplemental Information on            the Atlanta Project21	  
History of Gold Exploration at Atlanta	    §     Gold was discovered in the Atlanta Mining District in the 1860s.        ...
Gold	  Price	  During	  Recent	  History	  at	  Atlanta	  23	  
Looking	  South	  at	  Main	  Deposit	  Pit	  Wall	  	                         Silicified Fault                       Brec...
North	  Extension	  of	  Deposit	  Looking	  Northeast	           Overlying Alluvial Gravels             Hangingwall      ...
Atlanta	  Infrastructure	    Existing infrastructure facilitates both exploration and  eventual production at the Atlanta ...
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  1. 1. December, 2011 THE ATLANTA GOLD MINE, EASTERN NEVADA Exploring  Nevada s  First  Gold  Porphyry     OTCQX:MAYGF March 2012TSX:MAY
  2. 2. Forward  Looking  Statement   Statements relating to the estimated or expected future production and operating results and costs and financial condition of Meadow Bay Gold Corporation (“Meadow Bay” or the “Company”), planned work at the Company’s projects and the expected results of such work and the anticipated use of proceeds of this offering are forward-looking statements within the meaning of United States and Canadian securities laws. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by words such as the following: expects, plans, anticipates, believes, intends, estimates, projects, assumes, potential and similar expressions. Forward-looking statements also include reference to events or conditions that will, would, may, could or should occur. Information concerning exploration results and mineral reserve and resource estimates may also be deemed to be forward-looking statements, as it constitutes a prediction of what might be found to be present when and if a project is actually developed. These forward-looking statements are necessarily based upon a number of estimates and assumptions that, while considered reasonable at the time they are made, are inherently subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties which could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those reflected in the forward-looking statements, including, without limitation: uncertainties related to raising sufficient financing to fund the planned work in a timely manner and on acceptable terms; changes in planned work resulting from logistical, technical or other factors; the possibility that results of work will not fulfill projections/expectations and realize the perceived potential of the Company’s projects; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and other tests and the estimation of mineral reserves and resources; risk of accidents, equipment breakdowns or other unanticipated difficulties or interruptions; the possibility of environmental issues at the Company’s projects; the possibility of cost overruns or unanticipated expenses in work programs; the need to obtain permits and comply with environmental laws and regulations and other government requirements; fluctuations in the price of metals and other risks and uncertainties, including those described in the Company’s filings with the Ontario Securities Commission on SEDAR in Canada (available at www.sedar.com) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2011. Forward-looking statements are based on the beliefs, estimates and opinions of the Company’s management or its independent professional consultants on the date the statements are made. We do not undertake to update these forward-looking statements as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, other than as requested by applicable law. Cautionary Note to U.S. Investors - All mineral resources have been estimated in accordance with the definition standards on mineral resources and mineral reserves of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum referred to in National Instrument 43-101, commonly referred to as NI 43-101. U.S. reporting requirements for disclosure of mineral properties are governed by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) Industry Guide 7. Canadian and Guide 7 standards are substantially different. Note re Historical Resources – all estimates of the quantity, grade, and metal or mineral content which have been made in respect of its Atlanta Gold Mine Project are historical estimates under National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101”), as such estimates have not been verified as a current mineral resource and were prepared before the Company acquired the property. The Company confirms that it is not treating such historical estimate as current mineral resources and readers are cautioned not to rely on historical estimates.2  
  3. 3. Key  Personnel  Robert Dinning – CEO is a Chartered Accountant and a lifetime member of the Alberta Institute of CharteredAccountants.and has been actively involved in the Resource Industry for the past 35 years. Mr. Dinning is alsoChairman of Paramount Gold and Silver Corp, and was formerly CFO of ATAC Resources Ltd from 2008 to 2011.Mr. Dinnings background includes exploration projects in Canada, USA, South America, Asia and Africa.Keith Margetson – CFO is a chartered accountant and has been in public accounting for over three decades. Heis a member of the British Columbia Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Illinois CPA Society.Charles (Bill) Reed – Director of Exploration & Chief Geologist is a professional geologist with 40 years inthe mining business. He was the Chief Geologist and co-founder of Paramount Gold and Silver and is creditedwith discovering the San Miguel project in Mexico. Bill was previously the Chief Geologist for Hecla Mining andworked with Echo Bay and Kennecott prior to that.Dr. Douglas Oliver – Atlanta Project Manager is a career geologist with 30 years experience in mineralexploration. He received his Bachelor s degree in Geology from Rutgers University and has an MBA from theUniversity of Texas at Austin and a PhD in Tectonics from Southern Methodist University. Doug is responsible forimplementing the exploration program at the Atlanta Mine.Dr. Matt Ball – Geologist is a Qualified Person and a member of the Association of Professional Engineers andGeoscientists of British Columbia and the Society of Economic Geologists, USA and has 30 years internationalexperience in exploration and operations geology. He was a semi‐finalist winner of the "Goldcorp Challenge" andsubsequently employed by Goldcorp and the overall winner, Geoinfomatics Explorations Inc. 3  
  4. 4. Atlanta  Gold  &  Silver    Mine,  Nevada   Carlin-type Gold Deposits §  Atlanta is located in northeastern Lincoln County §  Area is high desert with warm summers and cold, dry winters Atlanta Mine §  Located 4.5 hours north of Las Vegas or 5 hours southwest of Salt Lake City §  Ely and Pioche, Nevada, are the closest cities4  
  5. 5. Atlanta  Project  Infrastructure    5  
  6. 6. Land  Ownership  at  Atlanta   §  Meadow Bay has staked and acquired over 600 claims within the Atlanta District and in the adjacent Limestone Hills including the former producing Atlanta Gold Mine §  At present, Meadow Bay controls the entire Atlanta District with a total land position exceeding of 12,000 acres.6  
  7. 7. Atlanta  Land  PosiJon   Total Land Position as of 2/25/2012 Total   ~12,000 acres7  
  8. 8. SchemaJc  Block    Diagram  of  Atlanta  Geology     Porphyry Discovery announced October 13, 2011 Geometry appears to be 400mx300mx60m8  
  9. 9. Gold  MineralizaJon  at  Atlanta   Gold mineralization is primarily hosted in silicified breccias with the Atlanta Fault §  The Atlanta Fault zone separates Tertiary volcanic rocks from Paleozoic sedimentary rocks. It strikes to the north and dips steeply to the west. §  The ~100 wide breccia zone was repeatedly silicified and re-brecciated during mineralization. §  Past mining focused on the shallow and higher-grade portions of the Atlanta Fault. §  1.5 million tons grading 3 g/t Au and 39 g/t Ag were mined. Recovery was by milling and agitated leach with cyanide. §  A shallow igneous porphyry intrusive to the southwest of the historic open pit is a secondary un-mined target.9  
  10. 10. Intrusive  Porphyry-­‐related  MineralizaJon  §  A previously unrecognized Atlanta Porphyryintrusive porphyry occurs to thesouthwest of the historic Atlanta pit.§  Gold and silver mineralization isboth thicker and higher in gradearound the margins of the intrusive.§  Thick intercepts of goldmineralization have been foundwithin the porphyry itself.§  The geometry and extent of the 2.54 g/t Auintrusive have not yet beenconstrained. It is open to the northand west.10  
  11. 11. Atlanta  Drilling  Program   2011 plan concluded with 21 core holes and 18 RC holes for a total of 30,647 ft. of drillings. §  Seven twinned core holes drilled in consultation with Gustavson Associates to evaluate the historic resource. §  Ongoing in-fill drilling to the north and southwest of the former mine area to expand the resource base. §  Step-out drilling further to the north where geophysics predicts the extension of the Atlanta structure. §  Drilling of new exploration targets to the west and east in late 2012. §  Complete assay results expected by April 2012.11  
  12. 12. 2011  Drill-­‐hole  LocaJons     at  the  Atlanta  Gold  Mine     Project  with  Surface     ProjecJon  of  Cross-­‐   SecJons    12  
  13. 13. 2011  Drilling  Highlights  (Results  as  of  Feb,  2012)  Drill  Hole   Area   Total  Depth    (m)   From  (m)   To  (m)   Width  (m)   Au  g/t   Ag  g/t  DHRC-­‐11-­‐01C   Atlanta  Pit   123.14   74.68   96.01   21.33   2.00   21.4  DHRC-­‐11-­‐03C   Jasperoid  Breccia  West  of  Pit   170.99   150.88   170.69   19.81   2.52   52.8  DHRC-­‐11-­‐04C   Margin  of  Quartz  LaJte  Porphyry   365.76   198.12   260.60   62.48   1.58   2.8  DHRC-­‐11-­‐04C   Margin  of  Quartz  LaJte  Porphyry   269.75   301.75   32.00   0.79   29.7  DHRC-­‐11-­‐06C   Quartz  LaJte  Porphyry   317.60   228.60   292.61   64.01   1.11   18.8  DHRC-­‐11-­‐07C   Jasperoid  Breccia  NW  of  Pit   292.91   202.69   292.91   90.22   0.95   25.4  DHRC-­‐11-­‐09C   Jasperoid  Breccia  SW  of  Pit   256.49   172.21   188.98   16.77   0.49   16.8   196.60   231.65   35.05   2.86   35.1  DHRC-­‐11-­‐10C   Jasperoid  Breccia  South  of  Pit   160.93   76.20   114,30   38.10   1.80   24.0  DHRC-­‐11-­‐11C   Quartz  LaJte  Porphyry   447.45   266.70   301.75   35.05   0.18   52.9   324.61   350.52   25.91   0.74   2.8   411.48   437.39   25.91   1.92   21.6  DHRC-­‐11-­‐10R   Jasperoid  Breccia  South  of  Pit   144.78   108.23   129.57   21.34   1.75   11.4  DHRC-­‐11-­‐N02   Jasperoid  Breccia  NW  of  Pit   339.85   208.84   314.02   105.18   2.00   13.5  DHRC-­‐11-­‐N03   Quartz  LaJte  Porphyry   377.95   263.72   321.65   57.93   3.83   21.1  DHRC-­‐11-­‐N05   Quartz  LaJte  Porphyry   396.24   312.50   371.95   59.45   1.66   9.7   13  
  14. 14. Cross-­‐SecJon  99860N  through  Atlanta  Porphyry    14  
  15. 15. Cross-­‐SecJon  99500N  through  Atlanta  Fault    15  
  16. 16. Reconnaissance  ExploraJon  Targets     Exploration adjacent to the Atlanta Mine has discovered new target areas §  Western Knolls / PEG – Large areas of silicified volcanic rocks occurs to the west of the Atlanta Mine. §  Initial rock-chip samples contained anomalous gold and pathfinder elements §  Target area was acquired by staking §  Current exploration includes geologic mapping, soil sampling and geophysics §  Limestone Hills – An area of altered sedimentary rocks in the next range to the east of the Atlanta Mine §  Initial exploration revealed favorable alteration and old drill pads §  Target area was acquired by staking §  Current exploration includes geologic mapping and geochemical sampling Drill Targetting areas in 201216  
  17. 17. Plans  for  Moving  Forward   Work at the Atlanta Project is structured to efficiently move the project toward eventual production §  Geophysics – IP survey over Atlanta Porphyry and Western Knolls §  Definition Drilling – In-fill drilling on the Atlanta Porphyry §  Metallurgy – Initial ore characterization by Kappes, Cassiday & Assoc. §  GIS Database – Continued expansion of data base in conjunction with Sunrise Engineering (on–going) §  Metallurgy – Initial ore characterization by Kappes, Cassiday & Assoc. §  Exploration Drilling – Initial testing of new targets along the Atlanta Fault and in the Western Knolls §  Resource Estimate – Creation of new NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate in conjunction with Gustavson Associates17  
  18. 18. Atlanta  Gold-­‐Silver  Mine  Summary   §  Land position to in excess of 12,000 acres creating a district §  Porphyry-hosted gold discovery announced in October 2011. §  Past open pit production – 110,000 oz gold, 800,000 oz silver from 1.5 million tons. §  Significant historic resource within existing pit area consisting of 338,520 indicated and 125,959 inferred ozs gold, respectively, plus silver credit drilled by Kinross in 1990’s. §  Offers excellent resource expansion potential §  No environmental or cultural restrictions on open pit mining – existing infrastructure includes 3-phase electricity to the mine, roads and abundant water18  
  19. 19. Capital  Structure   Post Acquisition and Initial Offering: Common Shares Issued 43,993,994 Warrants @ $1.00 929,213 Recent Price $1.48* Market Cap $ 65 Million MAY trades on TSX and OTC-QX ($US) * As of Feb. 29, 2012.19  
  20. 20. Contact  InformaJon   Meadow Bay Gold Corporation Robert Dinning, Chairman & CEO 300 – 905 West Pender Street Vancouver BC Canada V6C 1L6 Tel +1-604-641-4450 Fax +1-855-557-462 Danny Gravelle Investor Relations 1-949-481-5396Email: info@meadowbaygold.com 20  
  21. 21. Appendix   Supplemental Information on the Atlanta Project21  
  22. 22. History of Gold Exploration at Atlanta   §  Gold was discovered in the Atlanta Mining District in the 1860s. Intermittent exploration is conducted over the next 100 years. §  Standard Slag / Bobcat JV puts Atlanta in production from 1975 to 1985. The 800 tpd mill produced 110,000 ounces of gold and 800,000 ounces of silver from 1.5 million tons of ore §  Gold Fields Resources options the project from 1990 to 1991. Conducts geochemical sampling, geophysics and drills 56,021 in 82 core and RC holes. §  Kinross Gold options the project from 1997 to 1998. Drills 54,225 in 80 RC holes and conducts a resource estimate. The historic resource comprises 6.2 million tons indicated grading 0.054 opt Au and 3.0 million tons inferred grading 0.041 opt Au at 0.02 opt cut off grade for 338,520 and 125,959 contained ozs Au, respectively, plus silver credits. §  Meadow Bay acquires the project in March 2011 - expands claim position §  Meadow Bay discovers gold porphyry Fall 201122  
  23. 23. Gold  Price  During  Recent  History  at  Atlanta  23  
  24. 24. Looking  South  at  Main  Deposit  Pit  Wall     Silicified Fault Breccia High grade Overlying   Underlying Volcanics   Dolomite / 60     Limestone benches  24  
  25. 25. North  Extension  of  Deposit  Looking  Northeast   Overlying Alluvial Gravels Hangingwall Volcanics Silicified Breccia (110 thick)25  
  26. 26. Atlanta  Infrastructure   Existing infrastructure facilitates both exploration and eventual production at the Atlanta project §  County maintained roads link the project with both Ely and Pioche §  A 15 mile electrical power line is operational to the site. A local substation provides 3-phase electricity adequate for all needs. §  A private water well 8.5 miles to the west in Lake Valley delivers water to the project via a 6 water pipeline. Water rights are adequate to support eventual production. §  A telephone land line provides both voice and data to the project site. §  A 48 X 60 modular building has be purchased to provide crew quarters during the exploration phase. The building can be re-configured to serve as a future mine office.26  

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