PACIFIC POTASH A JUNIOR RESOURCE MINING COMPANY CORPORATE FACT SHEET NOVEMBER 2011 TSX-V: PP Pacific Potash Corporation Pacific Potash Corporation is a Toronto Venture Stock Exchange listed resource company engaged in the explo- ration and development of the Provost Potash Property (PPP), located in the prolific Prairie Evaporite Formation (PEF), which is host to multiple conventional and solution potash mines. COMPANY OVERVIEW Stock Symbols: TSX-V: PP and FSE: P9P Potash is one of the main plant and crop fertilizers. Stock Exchanges: TSX-V and FSE The demand for potash is steadily growing due to: Date of Formation: March 21, 1997 1. Emerging economies Jurisdictions: BC, AB 2. Loss of agricultural lands Classification: Junior Resource Mining Transfer Agent: Computershare Trust 3. Growing demand for biofuels Auditor: Manning Elliot Legal Counsel: Anfield, Sujir, Kennedy and Durno Provost Potash Property Year End: June 30 Adjacent to the PPP, near the SK border, the Patience Lake Member Web Site: www.pacificpotash.com of the PEF could be 3 m to 6 m thick or more (Yang et al., 2009). Year-round access for exploration, good local infrastructure, SHARE STRUCTURE multiple water sources, solid network of power, gas and various service lines. Issued & Outstanding: 34,500,396 rta has recently been voted best mining jurisdiction in the Fully Diluted: 56,459,584 world (source: Fraser Institute, 2011) and has an advantageous Market Capitalization: $7,546,000 mineral tax and royalty regime. Working Capital: $6,200,000 CONTACT INFORMATION Key Value Drivers Corporate Office: First mover of potash Vancouver, BC exploration in Alberta V6C 2T5 Telephone: (604) 629-7083 Hole: PVR Provost 4-18-38-1 Fax: (604) 629-7084 (on property) Web Site: www.pacificpotash.com #1: peak value of 375 API ~ 25% K2O Richard L. Tremblay over 2.25m Unity Manager of Corporate Development Provost #2: peak value of 225 Toll Free(North America):1-855-629-7095 API ~15% K2O over Office: (604) 629-7095 1.75m Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Established potash mining industry Dan Patience ising demand vs. Investor Relations production shortfall Toll Free (North America):1-800-499-2388 Office: (403)-262-7111* The use of famma ray logs to identify potash layers, while an important exploration tool, is dependant on many varibles (background radiation levels, calibration errors, sizes of individual beds ect.) and is not an absolute measure of grade and thickness. Estimates for K2O are based on Schlumberger’s (1974) approximation of 15 API = 1% K2O for potash bearing units. Until these intervals are confirmed by chemical analysis, they should not be considered as an absolute measure of grade accross width. Jody Dahroudge - a Direcotr and Senior VP of Exploration for Pacific Potash Corp.- whi s a qualified person as required by Ni 43-101 and hads read and approved the techincal disclousure of this presentation.
Forward Looking Information: This Corporate Fact Sheet contains forward-looking information, including but not projects. Forward-looking information involves known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking information. Although the materially from those described in the forward-looking information, there may be other factors that cause such actions, - tion. Forward-looking information contained herein is made as of the date hereof and the Company disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or results, except as may be required by applicable securities laws. There can be no assurance that such forward-looking informa- NOVEMBER 2011 TSX-V: PP Property Development & Timeline MANAGEMENT TEAM & BOARD OF DIRECTORS Pacific Potash’s permits are located along the Alberta–Saskatchewan Steven Khan, MBA, CFA, Direc- border, just 45 km west of Unity, Saskatchewan. tor & CEO: Over 28 years leader- This region is host to some of the richest and most extensive potash ship in global capital markets;; deposits worldwide. The Provost Potash Property (PPP) consists of two founder and senior executive officer of numerous private and public permits, encompassing 43,938 acres approximately 250 km southeast companies with resource projects of Edmonton, Alberta. worldwide. In conjunction with Grizzly Discoveries, the company has acquired 24 Balbir Johal, BA, LLB, Director & additional permits (the 50:50 Lands), totalling 527,000 acres north and Executive Chairman: Over 20 south of the PPP, along the Alberta–Saskatchewan border. years in the global capital markets in resource and exploration;; lawyer The company commenced the drilling of two wells on the PPP in late since 1983, serving public compa- October, 2011. A third site will be completed on the 50:50 lands. nies as a senior officer and director. Don Larmour was appointed to be the first member of the company’s Steve Butrenchuk, P.Geo., MSc, advisory board, to provide guidance and expertise as the company President: Over 40 years in mining advances its projects. and mineral exploration, develop- ment and operations;; former Timeline consulting Geologist for the Geological Survey of BC. August 2011: Retained Taylor Land Services, who have initiated permitting, site Jody Dahrouge, BSc, SpC, selection, and negotiations with surface rights owners. P.Geol., Director & Senior VP Exploration: Over 20 years of leadership in international mineral drilling program. exploration and resources;; qualified September 2011: geological professional in asset analysis, M&A evaluation. guide the exploration of the 50:50 property. Bryce Clark, CFA, Director & October 2011: Chief Financial Officer: Over 20 years of executive administration for public and private companies. PEF. Don Larmour,B.Eng, P.Eng Advisory Board: 30 years experi- January 2012: ence in potash industry;; 28 years with Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan. PACIFIC POTASH COMPARISON Company Name Shares Issued Market Capitalization Cash 52-Week High/Low* Allana Potash (AAA.V) 147,433,000 216,742,000 55,000,000 Western Potash Corp. (WPX) 160,945,183 209,229,000 37,000,000 Ethiopian Potash Corp. (FED.V) 107,914,626 86,332,000 11,000,000 Passport Potash Inc. (PPI.V) 125,920,157 66,780,000 9,000,000 Encanta Potash Corp. (EPO.V) 251,626,281 60,413,000 8,300,000 Grizzly Discoveries Inc. (GZD.V) 48,320,000 29,475,000 8,000,000 34,300,396 7,546,000 6,200,000 *1.08 0.205* As of November 14, 2011