CNSX ‘MYN’www.mantismineralcorp.com                            1
HIGHLIGHTS                         Shares Outstanding 94,000,000                           Current Share Price $0.05Mantis...
CREE LAKE GOLD DISCOVERY          Probe Mines Ltd. earning up to 70% interestLocated 200-kilometers northwest of the city ...
CREE LAKE GOLD DISCOVERY            Probe Mines Ltd. earning up to 70% interestProbe 2010 and 2011 follow-up drill program...
CREE LAKE GOLD DISCOVERY           Probe Mines Ltd. earning up to 70% interestProbe 2010 and 2011 follow-up drill programs...
Cree Lake Gold Zones                       7
Cree Lake DDH09-62.05 gpt/15.5-meters in incipient stockwork within       interval 5.5-meters to 21.0-meters              ...
ORPHAN GOLD MINESituated in the Geraldton-Beardmore Gold Camp, which generated 4-millionounces of gold from 19 producing m...
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ORPHAN MAIN VEIN – Longitudinal Section                                          11
Drill at hole OMV08-2Sub-millimeter gold particles in quartz,   Orphan Main Vein, west wall of shaft near surface      Orp...
FOISEY GOLD SYSTEMThe Foisey Gold System is located 1,800-meters northwest of the Orphan Mine on claims sharing a common b...
FOISEY STRUCTURE –ORPHAN VEIN RELATIONSHIP                                             14
Swamp Showing gossan and               Foisey Vein System looking south along strike               veins looking northwest...
LITHIUM RICH CASE PEGMATITE  Located in northeastern Ontario, 75-kilometers east of              Cochrane in Steele Townsh...
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HIGH GRADE LITHIUMHigh grade lithium on recently retrieved drill core - 9.2 m of 1.98% LiO2Spodumene zones of the dike ret...
MANAGEMENTRobin Ross, Chairman, CEO, is a twenty-year veteran in the financial servicessector and a ten year veteran in me...
DIRECTORSA.C.A. Howe, Director. Mr. Howe is a mining engineer who graduated with a B.Sc.from Imperial College, and an A.R....
DIRECTORSDan T Gosselin, Director Mr. Gosselin has held senior global management positionswith International and Domestic ...
ADVISORSWalter Hanych, P.Geo. Senior Consulting Geologist, has twenty eightyears experience in the exploration industry wi...
CONTACT INFORMATIONRobin Ross, Chairman and CEOpr@mantismineralcorp.comMantis Mineral Corp.148 Yorkville AveToronto, Ontar...
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  1. 1. CNSX ‘MYN’www.mantismineralcorp.com 1
  2. 2. HIGHLIGHTS Shares Outstanding 94,000,000 Current Share Price $0.05Mantis Mineral Corp. (CNSX - MYN) is a junior exploration company with three highimpact gold projects and a high profile lithium property, all located in Ontario. Cree Lake Gold discovery located 200 km northwest of Sudbury (Stockworks-multi-veining gold system at surface-weighted avg. 2.1gm over 15.5 meters. Follow-up drill program has commenced by Probe Orphan Gold Mine located in Geraldton-Beardmore camp (former high-grade producer -3/4 oz per ton) The Foisey Gold System located 1800 meters northwest of the Orphan Mine (massive gold bearing structure-90meter mineralized widths) Lithium Rich Case Pegmatite located in northeastern Ontario (hosts Rare Elements including REE’s- (3% Lithium and world class Tantalum) 3
  3. 3. CREE LAKE GOLD DISCOVERY Probe Mines Ltd. earning up to 70% interestLocated 200-kilometers northwest of the city of Sudbury, Ontario and 125-kilometers southwest of the city of Timmins, Ontario. The property consists of 19-claims totaling 4,032-hectares in Swayze township.2009 Mantis drill program outlined new gold discovery in the Swayze beltwith significant grades over substantial widths (2.053 gpt over 15.5-meters).Follow-up trenching program confirmed new zone 50-meters west ofdiscovery hole with grab samples as high as 43.2 gpt.Stockwork system comes to surface and represents significant openpit potential 4
  4. 4. CREE LAKE GOLD DISCOVERY Probe Mines Ltd. earning up to 70% interestProbe 2010 and 2011 follow-up drill programs extend discovery hole minimum 50 meters to east All six holes in Probe’s 2010 drill program intersected numerous zones of gold mineralization grading up to 8 g/t Au. Hole CL10-11 returned a five meter section grading 2.3g/t Au. Hole CL10-12 also tested the historical Flintrock showing and returned a one metre intersection grading 24 g/t Au. Hole CL11-17 intersected 12.7 metres grading 1.3 g/t Au at 29 metres depth, representing the eastern extension of the 2009 discovery of a 15.5 metre-wide interval averaging 2.05 g/t Au 5
  5. 5. CREE LAKE GOLD DISCOVERY Probe Mines Ltd. earning up to 70% interestProbe 2010 and 2011 follow-up drill programs extend discovery hole minimum 50 meters to east The Mantis occurrence represents a new gold discovery in the Swayze Belt and is represented by a quartz stockwork system carrying significant gold values along substantial drill hole widths. Hole CL10-12 also tested the historical Flintrock showing and returned a one metre intersection grading 24 g/t Au. The property is situated along the Ridout deformation zone, a 130- kilometre-long structure that hosts past producers such as the Jerome, Tyrranite and Kenty mines 6
  6. 6. Cree Lake Gold Zones 7
  7. 7. Cree Lake DDH09-62.05 gpt/15.5-meters in incipient stockwork within interval 5.5-meters to 21.0-meters 8
  8. 8. ORPHAN GOLD MINESituated in the Geraldton-Beardmore Gold Camp, which generated 4-millionounces of gold from 19 producing mines and located nine-kilometers east of Kodiak Exploration Ltd’s Hercules-Gold project. Recent drilling and compilation of previous drill logs, indicates project has potential to contain 200,000 plus oz of gold. Average recovered grade from past production was 0.70 opt. Depth potential beyond 250-foot level of mine remains open. Potential for sub-parallel subsidiary vein systems. Similar geological setting as Kodiak’s Hercules project. 9
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  10. 10. ORPHAN MAIN VEIN – Longitudinal Section 11
  11. 11. Drill at hole OMV08-2Sub-millimeter gold particles in quartz, Orphan Main Vein, west wall of shaft near surface Orphan Main Vein , 20X 12
  12. 12. FOISEY GOLD SYSTEMThe Foisey Gold System is located 1,800-meters northwest of the Orphan Mine on claims sharing a common boundary with the Orphan Mine patented claims. The Foisey Gold System has demonstrated through recent drilling that it is a significant gold bearing structure that collectively exceeds 80-meters in width. The system exhibits gold concentrations from consistently anomalous over meter widths to high grade grab samples yielding up to 28.79gpt. The structure can be traced for a 1-km strike length and is characterized as a breccia-stockworks forming an open framework resulting from multi-phase quartz veining. 13
  13. 13. FOISEY STRUCTURE –ORPHAN VEIN RELATIONSHIP 14
  14. 14. Swamp Showing gossan and Foisey Vein System looking south along strike veins looking northwestMafic inclusion lower left and stockworks veining Close-up quartz stockworks-breccia Drill at Foisey FVS08-3 15
  15. 15. LITHIUM RICH CASE PEGMATITE Located in northeastern Ontario, 75-kilometers east of Cochrane in Steele Township. Lithium rich pegmatite hosts rare elements including REE’s Considered to be the fifth largest spodumene (lithium) bearing pegmatite in the Superior Geologic Province of Ontario. Potential to host 2-million tonnes of spodumene bearing rock averaging 1.2% Li2O3. Tantalum values observed are amongst the highest reported in Canada and make for a potential economic deposit when combined with other rare elements. Consists of three pegmatite dikes, of which two are spodumene bearing. North dike: 10-meters wide by 100-meters long; Central Dike: 39-meters wide by 350-meters long. 16
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  18. 18. HIGH GRADE LITHIUMHigh grade lithium on recently retrieved drill core - 9.2 m of 1.98% LiO2Spodumene zones of the dike returned results ranging from 0.30 per cent to2.96 per centand averaged 1.22 per cent. Rb* Ta2O5 Mn Hole No. From To Width Li20 ppm ppm ppm DDH-1 6.10 14.90 8.80 1.02 843 174 431 DDH-1 23.80 33.00 9.20 1.98 534 185 587 DDH-1 33.00 41.75 8.75 0.18 878 tr 1197 DDH-3 37.00 44.10 7.10 0.11 1181 tr 638 DDH-3 44.10 53.00 8.90 0.06 374 tr 1674 DDH-3 53.00 62.77 9.77 0.06 245 tr 2411 DDH-4 13.96 19.38 5.42 0.33 1003 348 359 DDH-4 43.32 47.72 4.40 1.49 588 110 499 DDH-5 43.00 57.07 14.07 1.35 610 tr 609 DDH-6 47.00 47.58 0.58 1.41 670 tr 515 DDH-7 65.36 74.50 9.14 0.21 1982 tr 1349 (i) One part per million equals one gram per ton. *Rubidium’s principal application is in specialty glasses and is used in fiber optic telecommunication systems, including photoemissive applications such as photoelectric cells, night-vision devices, medical imaging devices and several other uses. Current prices for rubidium range from $11 to $60 U.S per gram. 19
  19. 19. MANAGEMENTRobin Ross, Chairman, CEO, is a twenty-year veteran in the financial servicessector and a ten year veteran in merchant banking. His corporate finance activitieshave covered a wide range of industries including but not limited to technology andresources. Through his network of international relationships, he has been a founderor co-founder of both public and private companies. Mr. Ross has held managementpositions at major Canadian investment dealers for over 18 years. Mr. Ross has beena director of companies both public and private.Vicki Rosenthal, CFO has more than 30 years experience as a qualified accountantin both England and Canada. She has worked with medium sized, owner managedentrepreneurial businesses providing a full range of accounting, tax, estate andfinancial planning advice through her own accounting practice, in addition ,she hasalso provided consulting services to a number of large Canadian, publicly tradedenterprises. Ms. Rosenthal has also been the chief financial officer of a number ofcorporations in a variety of industries including advertising, manufacturing, non-for-profit and service.
  20. 20. DIRECTORSA.C.A. Howe, Director. Mr. Howe is a mining engineer who graduated with a B.Sc.from Imperial College, and an A.R.S.M. at the Royal School of Mines, London,England in 1949. He attended schools in England and Australia. He is a registeredprofessional engineer of Ontario, Canada, and a Fellow of the Canadian andAustralian Mining and Metallurgical Societies. He was the founder of A.C.A. HoweInternational Ltd., an international mining and exploration firm based in Toronto andwith associates throughout the world. Over his lengthy career as a principal of A.C.A.Howe International, Mr. Howe has been involved in mining exploration anddevelopment as well as mine construction and operation in most parts of the world.Mr. Howe has served as an officer and director of several mining companies duringhis career.Dr. David Humphrey, Director, brings both medical knowledge and businessexperience to the board of Mantis. He established Humphrey GroupInternational, which consists of five separate corporations. Dr. Humphrey is a keypioneer in Business-to-Consumer electronic commerce having been a past memberof the advisory board to the largest B-to-C e-commerce company in the field of healthand beauty products in the United States. Dr. Humphrey is co-founder and presidentof International Leadership Development otherwise known as ILD Global. He is also akey advisor to the former Chairman of E-Alliance, a coalition of marketing companiesrepresenting over 300,000 independent business owners. In addition, Dr. Humphreywas appointed to membership of the President’s Council of World Vision, the largestprivate charity in the world.
  21. 21. DIRECTORSDan T Gosselin, Director Mr. Gosselin has held senior global management positionswith International and Domestic firms including CIBC World Markets, Merrill LynchCanada and Blackmont Capital. He was a member of Midland Walwyn’s ExecutiveCommittee prior to the Merrill Lynch acquisition. Throughout his career, he has beenexposed to all facets of the Financial Service Industry including Fixed Income &Equity Trading and Sales, Investment Banking, Wealth Management and InvestmentManagement. At Blackmont Capital he was a senior member of the WealthManagement Group and was the Managing Director of the Public Venture CapitalGroup responsible for servicing the Junior Issuer market. Recently, he has beenconsulting with a Middle East based Investment Bank.Mr. Gosselin has a strong corporate strategic leadership background, a very goodunderstanding of both the Public and Private markets and has an in-depth knowledgeof the Retail and Institutional buy-side. Mr. Gosselin holds a Bachelor of Sciencedegree from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and also holds a Masterof Business Administration (MBA) degree from McGill University. Outside roles of noteinclude being a member of the 1980 Lake Placid Olympic Organizing Committee, amember of the IIROC (IDA) Capital Markets Committee and played US CollegeHockey.
  22. 22. ADVISORSWalter Hanych, P.Geo. Senior Consulting Geologist, has twenty eightyears experience in the exploration industry with grass-roots projects andadvanced mine feasibility projects including corporate structure andfinancing. He has worked in gold, base metal, nickel, diamond, PGE andindustrial mineral exploration throughout Canada. He has held positions ofChief Geologist and Project Manager for various exploration companies.Currently he works as an independent consultant - contract geologist.Walter holds an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree from LaurentianUniversity and is a member of the Association of ProfessionalGeoscientists of Ontario.
  23. 23. CONTACT INFORMATIONRobin Ross, Chairman and CEOpr@mantismineralcorp.comMantis Mineral Corp.148 Yorkville AveToronto, OntarioM5R 1C2Telephone 416.362.1800Fax 416.362.1780www.mantismineralcorp.comwww.mantismineralcorp.com

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