RARE EARTHS, SPECIALITY& STRATEGIC METALSINVESTMENT SUMMIT       BC rare earth development       Michael Schuss – CEO, Can...
CORPORATE PRESENTATION       March 2011
Canadian                       INTERNATIONAL MINERALS INC.          EXPLORING FOR HIGH       TECHNOLOGY METALS, RARE      ...
Welcome to Canadian International Minerals Inc.        Rare Metals and Minerals for     Technology and Renewable Energies...
CAUTIONARY STATEMENTDISCLAIMER:  This presentation contains forward-looking statements including but not limited to commen...
CIM’S CORPORATE GOAL INCREASE SHAREHOLDER VALUE THROUGH:  DEFINING ECONOMIC HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS (RARE   EARTH AND SILI...
CIM’S STATEGY  DISCOVERY, EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS DEPOSITS   (RARE EARTH AND SILICON) FOR T...
CIM’s MANAGEMENTMichael E. Schuss, President, CEO, Secretary & Director Mr. Schuss has over 30 years experience in mining...
CIM’s ADVISORY BOARDRoger Mitchell, F.R.S.C., F.M.S.A., Professor Emeritus, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay Dr. Mitchell...
Canadian                INTERNATIONAL MINERALS INC.    Authorized shares: Unlimited    As of February 1, 2011:       Is...
Rare Earths & Rock That Host Them              “Their correct pronunciation is as                 disputable as their orig...
RARE EARTH ELEMENTSCIN – TSX-V                                 12www.cdnintlminerals.com
Rare Earth Uses in carsCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Light Rare Earth Uses in carsCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
RARE EARTH OXIDES (REO)                                          2010 forecast              Note: China announced a furthe...
RARE EARTHS                                    IMCOA-SME 2010CIN – TSX-V                                              16ww...
RARE EARTH OXIDES (REO)                                                      Element                        Demand1       ...
RARE EARTH OXIDES (REO)                                      Element    As of        As of          %                  Rar...
Project LocationsRARE EARTH PROJECTS                                                                           SILICA PROJ...
Carbo Project Rare Eearth Eelements, Prince George, BCCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project Rare Eearth Eelements, Prince George, BC MAIN CARBO BLOCK (FIGURE 1): 6 CLAIMS FOR 1,952.9 HECTARES  OR 19....
Carbo Project    Rare Eearth Eelements, Prince George, BC   LOCATED IN THE EMERGING WICHEEDA RARE EARTH CARBONATITE DISTR...
Carbo Project 2010 Auger Soil Grids and Diamond Drilling location                                                   558,00...
Carbo Project 2010 Airborne Geophysics, Total MagneticsCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project 2010 Airborne Geophysics, Radiometrics-Th ppmCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project 2010 Airborne Geophysics, Radiometrics-Th ppm, Northern PartCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project 2010 Diamond Drill hole locations                558,900E 559,000E 559,100E 559,200E 559,300E 559,400E 559,5...
Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Carbo Project Cross Section A – A’                              X-SECTION 559,130 E;                               A - A, ...
Carbo Project Cross Section B – B’                            LONG-SECTION 6,043,711 N;                               B - ...
Dead Horse Creek & Prairie Lake Projects Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario                                           ...
Dead Horse Creek & Prairie Lake Projects Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, OntarioCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Dead Horse Creek Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, OntarioCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Dead Horse Creek Project     Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario   TWO CLAIM BOCKS FOR 1,456 HECTARES OR 14.6 KM2 20 K...
Dead Horse Creek Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario                     Located adjacent to Trans-Canada Hwy 1...
Prairie Lake Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, OntarioCIN – TSX-V                                          39www.cdni...
Prairie Lake Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario 218 MINERAL CLAIMS IN 16 CLAIM BOCKS FOR 3,504 HECTARES OR 35...
Silicon Project Silica, Golden, BC   GOLDENCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Silicon Project Silica, Golden, BC   FOUR CLAIMS COVERING 1,274.7 HECTARES OR 12.7 KM2 2 TO 10 KM SOUTHEAST OF GOLDEN   ...
Solar Project Silica, Golden, BC GOLDENCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Solar Project Silica, Golden, BC   FOUR CLAIMS COVERING 707.8 HECTARES OR 12.1 KM2 5 KM NORTHEAST OF GOLDEN   THE CLAIMS...
Silicon & Solar Projects Silica, Golden, BC                          Infrastructure – Golden Rail YardCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnin...
Silicon & Solar Projects Silica, Hunt Silica Lease-Lower Pit, Golden, BCCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
Excelsior Project Gold, YukonCIN – TSX-V                          47www.cdnintlminerals.com
Excelsior Project Gold, Yukon 56 CLAIMS THAT ARE 100% CIM OWNED WHITE GOLD DISTRICT YUKON 25 KM NORTHWEST OF THE KINROS...
Copper Mountain Project, BC Copper, Princeton, BC  Proposed Titan     IP Survey                          3CIN – TSX-Vwww.c...
Copper Mountain Project, BC    Copper, Princeton, BC    FIVE CLAIMS THAT COVER APPROXIMATELY 1,410 HECTARES OR 14.1 KM2 ...
2011 EXPLORATION PROGRAM   CARBO PROJECT:     CONSTRUCT 7.5 KM OF ACCESS ROAD FOR SECOND PHASE OF DRILLING     SECOND PHA...
2011 EXPLORATION BUDGET  PROJECT            DESCRIPTION                                           CDN$  CARBO             ...
Corporate Directory Head Office             Canadian International Minerals Inc                          Suite 1128      ...
Canadian                       INTERNATIONAL MINERALS INC.          EXPLORING FOR HIGH       TECHNOLOGY METALS, RARE      ...
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Investment Summit 2011
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Speaker: Michael Schuss, Canadian International Minerals

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  1. 1. RARE EARTHS, SPECIALITY& STRATEGIC METALSINVESTMENT SUMMIT BC rare earth development Michael Schuss – CEO, Canadian Int’l Minerals IRONMONGERS’ HALL, CITY OF LONDON ● THURSDAY, 17 MAR 2011 www.ObjectiveCapitalConferences.com
  2. 2. CORPORATE PRESENTATION March 2011
  3. 3. Canadian INTERNATIONAL MINERALS INC. EXPLORING FOR HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS, RARE EARTH METALS AND SILICA For further information please contact: Michael E. Schuss President, CEO & Director Canadian International Minerals Inc. +1-604-241-2254 m.e.schuss@gmail.com MARCH 2011CIN – TSX-V 3www.cdnintlminerals.com
  4. 4. Welcome to Canadian International Minerals Inc. Rare Metals and Minerals for Technology and Renewable EnergiesCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  5. 5. CAUTIONARY STATEMENTDISCLAIMER: This presentation contains forward-looking statements including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore, involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included in this presentation, and Canadian International Minerals Inc. (CIM) future plans are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, and actual results from future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Forward looking statements are based on the estimates and opinions of management on the date the statements are made, and CIM does not undertake any obligation to update forward-looking statements should conditions or managements estimates or opinions change. INFORMATION: The information contained in this presentation had been obtained by CIM from its own records and from other sources deemed reliable. Data included herein have been reviewed by Qualified Persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101. While all of the historical data is considered complete and the procedures followed appear to be reliable the Company has not completed the necessary work to verify them. No representation or warranty is made as to their accuracy or completeness.CIN – TSX-V 5www.cdnintlminerals.com
  6. 6. CIM’S CORPORATE GOAL INCREASE SHAREHOLDER VALUE THROUGH:  DEFINING ECONOMIC HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS (RARE EARTH AND SILICA) MINERAL RESOURCES.  DEVELOP HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS MINING OPERATION(S) ON DEFINED RESOURCES ALONE OR THROUGH JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENTS.  ADVANCE THE COMPANY’S EXCELSIOR AND COPPER MOUNTAIN PROJECTS ALONE OR THROUGH JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENTS.CIN – TSX-V 6www.cdnintlminerals.com
  7. 7. CIM’S STATEGY  DISCOVERY, EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS DEPOSITS (RARE EARTH AND SILICON) FOR TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO RENEWABLE ENERGY, HYBRID VEHICLES, CLEAN AIR AND CARBON EMISSION REDUCTION.  MANY OF THE EXISTING HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS MINES AND DEPOSITS WERE ESTABLISHED AT THE TIME WHEN SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS WERE INTRODUCED IN THE 1950S. TRANSISTORS AND OTHER COMPONENTS THAT REPLACED VACUUM TUBES NEEDED NEW METALS SUCH AS SILICON AND TANTALUM. THE NEXT WAVE OF EXPLORATION IN THE 1970S WAS WITH THE RISE IN DEMAND DRIVEN BY THE PERSONAL COMPUTER. THERE IS A MAJOR HIATUS, UP TO 50 YEARS, IN EXPLORATION AND NEW DISCOVERIES OF HIGH TECH METALS AND MINERALS.  SILICON, GERMANIUM, GALLIUM, INDIUM, TANTALUM, LANTHANUM AND NEODYMIUM ARE METALS THAT CANT BE REPLACED IN NEW TECHNOLOGIES WHICH THE WORLD HAS NOW COME TO TAKE FOR GRANTED.  ALL NEW GREEN TECHNOLOGIES ARE DEPENDENT ON HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS AND PRESENT AND UPCOMING WORLDWIDE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS AND CARBON TAXES ARE ALSO DEPENDENT ON THESE TECHNOLOGIES ENABLING INDUSTRY TO COMPLY.  HANDHELD ELECTRONICS DEPEND ON THESE HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS, AS DO MANY CHEMICAL PROCESSES FOR A WIDE VARIETY OF EVERYDAY PRODUCTS.  VERY LITTLE DATA FROM PREVIOUS EXPLORATION PROGRAMS EXISTS FOR HIGH .  MOST OF PREVIOUS EXPLORATION HAS BEEN DONE BY TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES OR GOVERNMENT AGENCIES DURING THE COLD WAR WHEN THE WORK WAS DEEMED TOP SECRET.  THIS PROVIDES AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR CIM TO USE BASIC GEOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND PROSPECTING TO ACQUIRE A LARGE PORTFOLIO OF HIGH POTENTIAL TARGETS AT LOW COST.CIN – TSX-V 7www.cdnintlminerals.com
  8. 8. CIM’s MANAGEMENTMichael E. Schuss, President, CEO, Secretary & Director Mr. Schuss has over 30 years experience in mining exploration and venture capital. He has worked in national brokerage firm, several underground mining and surface drilling contractors as well as being director, officer and consultant to several V.S.E., A.S.E., and T.S.X. Venture companies. He first travelled to China in 1989 and to Africa in 1993, and consulted for Canadian juniors operating in these regions. African projects identified by Mr.Schuss resulted in development including a million ounce gold deposit and joint ventures with a world class gold and two mid tier gold producers. Hhe has specialized in acquiring mining properties in Africa, China and Canada for junior mining companies.Tor Bruland, M.Sc., P.Geo., Director Mr. Bruland is a graduate of the University of Bergen, Norway, with Cand. Mag. (B.Sc.) in 1977 and Cand. Real. (M.Sc.) in 1980. Mr. Bruland arrived in Canada in 1980 and has more than 30 years exploration and management experience in the industry with major mining companies and junior exploration companies.Casey Forward,C.G.A., CFO & Director As an independent professional accountant in Canada since 1990, Casey has worked for public companies in Canada, the United States, and Great Britain. He has owned companies in Canada and, in particular, he was an owner and president of a company in the construction and land development business and an owner and president of a storage and transport company, both located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Before entering the field of accountancy, he was studying molecular biology at the University of Manitoba.Garth Evans, B.A., Director A partner in the law firm Barbeau, Evans & Goldstein, Garth has a lifelong interest in mining exploration. He was previously a director and chairman of Ecstall Mining Corporation, which was taken over by Mantle Resources - now Canadian Zinc Metals Corp.Chris Verrico., Director Mr. Verrico has extensive experience in mining and construction contracting, particularly in Northern Canada. He is currently President and CEO of Lateegra Gold Corp. CIN – TSX-V 8 www.cdnintlminerals.com
  9. 9. CIM’s ADVISORY BOARDRoger Mitchell, F.R.S.C., F.M.S.A., Professor Emeritus, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay Dr. Mitchell is one of the worlds leading authorities on the occurrence and genesis of alkaline rocks. His extensive work on the mineralogy, petrology and geochemistry of kimberlites has confirmed the standard genetic model, culminating in his definitive book on this important group of rocks. He has also worked extensively on the character and origin of lamproites, resulting in a new model for their genesis, and publication of the definitive book on these rocks. His work is marked by that rare combination of thoroughness and imagination, and has established him as a foremost petrologist in Canada. He is also a world authority on carbonatites. Among other honours, he is one of 12 Honorary Fellows of the Geological Society of India.Lee Groat, B.Sc., Ph.D., Professor, Director, Integrated Science program, UBC 1999 recipient of the Young Scientist Award of the Mineralogical Association of Canada. With many publications to his credit, and as editor of American Mineralogist, he is a noted authority on the environment and occurrence of carbonatites, pegmatites, and favorable hosts to rare earths and high tech metals.Anton Chakhmouradian, Ph.D., Professor, Geological Sciences, University of Manitoba Dr. Chakhmouradian, who originally hails from St Petersburg, teaches and researches mineralogy, igneous and metamorphic petrology, and gemology at the University of Manitoba, and is 2005 recipient of the Young Scientist Award of the Mineralogical Association of Canada. He has published widely and among other accomplishments is internationally recognized as an authority on the mineralogy and petrology of alkaline rocks.Paul Brockington, Consultant Mining Engineer and seasoned mining executive, Paul spent his early professional career in both open pit and underground operations in Africa and Canada. After gaining extensive financial contacts as a mining analyst with a major brokerage, he served as chairman of a provincial mining corporation with operations producing tantalum, and base and precious metals.Thomas Hasek, P.Eng Geologist with over 40 years in the mining industry, including directing exploration and development ventures in numerous jurisdictions and environments. He has served as a director and executive of several public companies. CIN – TSX-V 9 www.cdnintlminerals.com
  10. 10. Canadian INTERNATIONAL MINERALS INC.  Authorized shares: Unlimited  As of February 1, 2011:  Issued & outstanding Common Shares: 55,511,703  Outstanding Common shares options: 1,165,000 @ CDN$0.13 to 2012 400,000 @ CDN$0.45 to 2012 1,700,000 @ CDN$0.12 to 2015 250,000 @ CDN$0.53 to 2016  Outstanding Common shares warrants: 3,639,250 @ CDN$0.15 to 2011 6,128,760 @ CDN$0.15 to 2012CIN – TSX-V 10www.cdnintlminerals.com
  11. 11. Rare Earths & Rock That Host Them “Their correct pronunciation is as disputable as their origin.” – Dr. Anton ChakhmouradianCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  12. 12. RARE EARTH ELEMENTSCIN – TSX-V 12www.cdnintlminerals.com
  13. 13. Rare Earth Uses in carsCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  14. 14. Light Rare Earth Uses in carsCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  15. 15. RARE EARTH OXIDES (REO) 2010 forecast Note: China announced a further 11% reduction in export in December 2010CIN – TSX-V 15www.cdnintlminerals.com
  16. 16. RARE EARTHS IMCOA-SME 2010CIN – TSX-V 16www.cdnintlminerals.com
  17. 17. RARE EARTH OXIDES (REO) Element Demand1 Supply/Production2 Rare Earth Oxides Symbol REO Tonnes % REO Tonnes % Lanthanum La 54,000 28.0% 59,000 27.0% Cerium Ce 69,500 37.0% 89,000 40.0% Praseodymium Pr 7,000 4.0% 10,500 5.0% Neodymium Nd 39,000 20.0% 36,000 16.0% Samarium Sm 2,000 1.0% 4,500 2.0% Europium Eu 1,100 0.5% 1,000 0.4% Gadolinium Gd 200 0.1% 3,500 1.6% Terbium Tb 600 0.3% 300 0.15% Dysprosium Dy 2,500 1.4% 2,000 0.9% Erbium Er 850 0.5% 1,000 0.4% Yttrium Y 13,000 7.0% 12,000 5.5% Holium-Thulium-Ytterbium-Lutetium Ho-Tm-Yb-Lu 250 0.2% 1,200 1.15% TOTAL 190,000 100.0% 220,000 100.1% Source: Roskill & IMOCA Notes: 1. Figures have been rounded 2. Analysis based on current industry average gradesCIN – TSX-V 17www.cdnintlminerals.com
  18. 18. RARE EARTH OXIDES (REO) Element As of As of % Rare Earth Oxides Symbol 5-Jan-10 5-Aug-10 Increase Lanthanum La $5.60 $33.50 498% Cerium Ce $4.15 $33.00 695% Praseodymium Pr $21.50 $54.50 153% Light Neodymium Nd $22.50 $55.25 146% Rare Earths Samarium Sm $3.95 $31.80 705% Europium Eu $485.00 $590.00 22% Gadolinium Gd $6.75 $40.00 493% Terbium Tb $365.00 $605.00 66% Heavy Dysprosium Dy $117.25 $286.50 144% Rare Earths Yttrium Y $10.25 $34.50 237%CIN – TSX-V 18www.cdnintlminerals.com
  19. 19. Project LocationsRARE EARTH PROJECTS SILICA PROJECTSCarbo SiliconDead Horse Creek SolarPrairie Creek ExcelsiorCinder Lake YT NT NU BC Carbo Prince AB George NL MB SK Solar Cinder Lake Vancouver Silicon QC Copper Mountain ON Prairie Creek PEI COPPER PROJECTS Dead Horse Creek NB GOLD PROJECTS Copper Mountain Thunder Bay Montreal NS Excelsior Toronto CIN – TSX-V www.cdnintlminerals.com
  20. 20. Carbo Project Rare Eearth Eelements, Prince George, BCCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  21. 21. Carbo Project Rare Eearth Eelements, Prince George, BC MAIN CARBO BLOCK (FIGURE 1): 6 CLAIMS FOR 1,952.9 HECTARES OR 19.5 KM2 JOINT VENTURE: CIM (75%) & COMMERCE RESOURCE CORP. (25%) AIRBORNE MAGNETICS AND RADIOMETRIC SURVEY; 566 LINE KM AT 50 M SPACING SOIL AUGER GEOCHEMICAL SURVEY INITIAL DRILLING: 9 HOLES NQ-2 FOR TOTAL 1,938.9 M WEST CARBO BLOCK: 2 CLAIMS FOR 938.4 HECTARES OR 9.4 KM2 JOINT VENTURE: CIM (75%) & COMMERCE RESOURCE CORP. (25%) NORTH BLOCK: 2 CLAIMS FOR 618.9 HECTARES OR 6.2 KM2, 100% CIM OWNEDCIN – TSX-V 21www.cdnintlminerals.com
  22. 22. Carbo Project Rare Eearth Eelements, Prince George, BC LOCATED IN THE EMERGING WICHEEDA RARE EARTH CARBONATITE DISTRICT THE DISTRICT IS LOCATED ALONG THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN TRENCH THAT IS RECOGNIZED AS THE LOCUS OF NUMEROUS ADJACENT, POTENTIAL ECONOMIC, CONCENTRATION OF RARE EARTH METALS THE CLAIMS ARE UNDERLAIN BY UPPER CAMBRIAN AND LOWER ORDOVICIA KECHIKA GROUP INTERBEDDED LIMESTONES, CALCAREOUS ARGILLITES AND ARGILLITE WITH CONSISTENT NW TRENDING ATTITUDES AND SUBVERTICAL DIPS. ALONG A 15 KM LONG SOUTHEAST TRENDING ZONE THE KECHIKA GROUP IS INTRUDED BY A SERIES OF INTRUSIVE BODIES COMPRISED OF CARBONATITES, SYENITES AND ASSOCIATED SYENITIC BRECCIAS. (LAKE CARBONATITES, MAIN ZONE CARBONATITE PLUG, PRINCE CARBONATITE-SYENITE AND THE FLUORITE GRID CARBONATITE). CIM’S MAIN CARBO BLOCK COVER THE PRINCE CARBONATITE-SYENITE THAT EXTEND FOR APPROXIMATELY 2.5 KM WITH WIDTH UP TO 100 M SPECTRUM MINING CORP.’S CLAIMS COVER LAKE CARBONATITES, MAIN ZONE CARBONATITE PLUG AND THE FLUORITE GRID CARBONATITE DRILLING SPECTRUM IN 2008 INTERSECTED 48 M 3.55% TREO AND IN 2009 INTERSECTED 72 M 2.92% TREOCIN – TSX-V 22www.cdnintlminerals.com
  23. 23. Carbo Project 2010 Auger Soil Grids and Diamond Drilling location 558,000E 559,000E 560,000E 561,000E 562,000E 563,000E 564,000E 6,045,000N CARBO1, 515430 6,044,000N 1,0 05.8 914.4 Pad#5 CA-10 -008 CA-10 -007 425 grid 1,0 Pad#6 66.8 CA-10 CA-10-005 -006 SPECTRUM-2009 (15, 16 & 17) Helipad O/C 1,127. CA-10 CA-10-004 8 -002 CA-10 CA-10 CA-10-003 -009 -001 1,219. 2 SPECTRUM-2009 Road junction to Wicheeda Lake SPECTRUM-2009 (12 & 13) (18 & 19) 09-WI-11 09-WI-06 08-WI-04 08-WI-03 SPECTRUM-2009 LEGEND 09-WI-05 1,310 6,043,000N Helipad 09-WI-14 (07,08, 09 & 10) .6 08-WI-02 SPECTRUM 2008 08-WI-01 Drill water source CARBO2, Trail Draw 515432 HELIPAD, WATER SOURCE, Gravel Pit - Trail Ridge 708 grid GRAVEL PIT ROAD JUNCTION Helicopter staging 406 grid 1,371.6 CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL 6,042,000N CA-10-004 MINERALS DDH COLLAR, DDH NUMBETR & HORIZONTAL CARBO WEST, PROJECTION 536347 O/C ROCK OUTCROP PRINCE CARBONATITE- SYENITE (mapped by Teck Corp., 1987) 6,041,000N 729 grid TREO 1, 661583 CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL MINERALS CLAIM BOUNDARIES 1,432.6 CARBO3, 515433 08-WI-04 SPECTRUM 2008 DDH COLLAR, DDH NUMBER & HORIZONTAL 6,040,000N PROJECTION SPECTRUM-2009-D WICHCIKA, SPECTRUMS 2009 DDH PAD 834772 LOCATION & DDH HORIZONTAL PROJECTION CARBO EXTEN, 406 grid 660563 CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL MINERALS 2010 AUGER GRIDS 6,039,000N CARBO PROPERTY CLAIM MAP 6,038,000N DATE: NOVEMBER 2010 DRAWN: TB 6,037,000N FIGURE 1CIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  24. 24. Carbo Project 2010 Airborne Geophysics, Total MagneticsCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  25. 25. Carbo Project 2010 Airborne Geophysics, Radiometrics-Th ppmCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  26. 26. Carbo Project 2010 Airborne Geophysics, Radiometrics-Th ppm, Northern PartCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  27. 27. Carbo Project 2010 Diamond Drill hole locations 558,900E 559,000E 559,100E 559,200E 559,300E 559,400E 559,500E 559,600E A 1,005.8 6,043,800N Pad#5 B CA-10 1 B,036.2 6,043,700N CA-10 -008 -007 LEGEND 1,0 1,0 66. HELIPAD 6,043,600N CA-10-005 CA-10 Pad#6 97. 8 DDH COLLAR, -006 3 CA-10-004 DDH NUMBETR & HORIZONTAL PROJECTION Helipad O/C 1,1 1,12 ROCK OUTCROP 7.8 O/C A 6,043,500N CA-10 58 CA-10-004 CROSS & LONG -002 .2 A SECTIONS CA-10 CA-10 1,1 CA-10-003 CLAIM BOUNDARIES & -009 -001 88 CARBO1,NAME .7 515430 6,043,400N 425 grid CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL 1,21 1,2 9.2 425 grid MINERALS 2010 AUGER GRIDS 2010 DIAMOND 6,043,300N 1,2 49. DRILLING 80 7 .2 CARBO1, 50 m 0 50 m 100 m 6,043,200N A 515430 DATE: JANUARY 2011 DRAWN: TB FIGURE 4CIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  28. 28. Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  29. 29. Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  30. 30. Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  31. 31. Carbo Project 2010 Diamond DrillingCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  32. 32. Carbo Project Cross Section A – A’ X-SECTION 559,130 E; A - A, LOOKING W LEGEND 6,043,300N 6,043,500N 6,043,800N 6,043,600N 6,043,200N 6,043,400N 6,043,700N 1,300 m CA-10-001 CA-10-009 1,200 m 1,100 m CA-10-007 29.5 m E CA-10-005 1,000 m 2010 DIAMOND DRILLING 900 m 50 m 0 50 m 100 m CA-10-006 CA-10-008 99.2 m W DATE: JANUARY 2011 DRAWN: TB 800 m FIGURE 5CIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  33. 33. Carbo Project Cross Section B – B’ LONG-SECTION 6,043,711 N; B - B, LOOKING N LEGEND 558,900 E 558,800 E 559,000 E 559,100 E 559,200 E 559,300 E 1,300 m CA-10-001 1,200 m 32.5 m N ? ? 1,100 m CA-10-007 3.5 m N ? CA-10-005 1,000 m 94.0 S ? 2010 DIAMOND ? DRILLING ? 900 m ? ? 50 m 0 50 m 100 m CA-10-006 87.0 S CA-10-008 46.7 S DATE: JANUARY 2011 DRAWN: TB 800 m FIGURE 6CIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  34. 34. Dead Horse Creek & Prairie Lake Projects Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario Regional geology and location of the GERALDTON Dead Horse Creek volcaniclastic breccia & Prairei Lake Killala Lake Prairie Lake Complex Long Complex Project Lake Prairie Lake Complex Dead Horse Creek Project Coldwell Lake Complex Superior Ashburton Bay MARATHON After Sage 1991; Smyk et al. 1993CIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  35. 35. Dead Horse Creek & Prairie Lake Projects Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, OntarioCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  36. 36. Dead Horse Creek Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, OntarioCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  37. 37. Dead Horse Creek Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario TWO CLAIM BOCKS FOR 1,456 HECTARES OR 14.6 KM2 20 KM APPART CIM TO EARN 100% INTEREST SUBJECT TO 3% NSR HOST ROCK IS MAFIC META-VOLCANIC AND CLASTIC META-SEDIMENTS WITH 5 DIATREME STRUCTURES DIATREMES ARE OVOID TO ELLIPSOID RANGING FROM 30 BY 70 M TO 350 BY 600M WITH STEEP DIP TO VERTICAL RARE EARTH AND BERYLLIUM MINERALIZATION HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED IN BOTH WEST AND NORTH DIATREME STRUCTURES. RARE EARTH MINERALIZATION APPEAR TO BE ASSOCIATED WITH U AND Th BEARING MINERALS WITH HIGHEST GRADE IN OXIDIZED HEMATITIC BRECCIA GULF MINERALS CANADA DRILLED 8 SHORT HOLES IN 1977 WITH UP TO 1,900 PPM Ce AND UP TO 1,111 PPM Y UNOCAL CANADA ESTABLISH WEST DIATREME WITH 0.058% Y2O3, 1.85% ZrO2, 0.2% BeO AND 0.031 PPM U3O8 OVER 82 M WITH WIDTH OF 1.5 M AND SUB-PARALLEL ZONE OF 0.23% Y2O3, 0.4% ZrO2 OVER 52 M WITH WIDTH OF 1.7 M AIRBORNE MAGNETICS AND RADIOMETRIC SURVEY; 320 LINE KM AT 50 M SPACING CIN – TSX-V 37 www.cdnintlminerals.com
  38. 38. Dead Horse Creek Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario Located adjacent to Trans-Canada Hwy 1CIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  39. 39. Prairie Lake Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, OntarioCIN – TSX-V 39www.cdnintlminerals.com
  40. 40. Prairie Lake Project Rare Earth Elements, Marathon, Ontario 218 MINERAL CLAIMS IN 16 CLAIM BOCKS FOR 3,504 HECTARES OR 35.0 KM2 CIM SIGNED AGREEMENT TO EARN 100% INTEREST SUBJECT TO 3% NSR DECEMBER 1, 2010 THE CLAIMS SURROUND THE PRAIRIE LAKE CARBONATITE COMPLEX (PLCC). THE PLCC LIES AT THE INTERSECTION OF FRACTURES SUBSIDIARY TO THE NORTHERN EXTENSION OF THE BIG BAY-ASHBURTON FAULT (BBAF). THE BBAF IS DEEP SEATED, RELATED TO THE LAKE SUPERIOR MID CONTINENTAL FAULT, AND IS CONSIDERED TO BE A CONTROLLING STRUCTURE IN THE FORMATION OF THE MAJOR ALKALINE INTRUSIVES AT PRAIRIE AND KILLALA LAKES, AND THE COLDWELL COMPLEX, WHICH IS ADJACENT TO THE COMPANYS DEAD HORSE CREEK (DHC) PROPERTY TO THE NORTHWEST FIELD WORK CONDUCTED BY THE VENDOR AND CONFIRMED BY CIN HAS LOCATED MULTIPLE NEW OCCURRENCES OF ALKALINE ROCKS WHICH CONTAIN REES AS WELL AS ELEVATED RADIOMETRIC SIGNATURES.CIN – TSX-V 40www.cdnintlminerals.com
  41. 41. Silicon Project Silica, Golden, BC GOLDENCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  42. 42. Silicon Project Silica, Golden, BC FOUR CLAIMS COVERING 1,274.7 HECTARES OR 12.7 KM2 2 TO 10 KM SOUTHEAST OF GOLDEN PARTLY SURROUNDING HUNT SILICA MINE LEASE THAT HAS BEEN IN INTERMITTEND OPERATION FOR NEARLY 30 YEARS THE CLAIMS ARE 100% OWNED BY CIM MOUNT WILSON FORMATION QUARTZITE HAS BEEN EXPLOITED FOR METALLURGICAL AND OTHER SILICA GRADES FOR OVER 60 YEARS THE FORMATION IS STRUCTURALLY REPEATED THE ONLY SAMPLING OF THE QUARTZITE IN 1970 REPORTED OVER 98% SILICA SiO2 Total Fe Al2O3 CaO 98.76 0.07 1.13 nil 97.94 0.05 1.25 nil 98.24 0.05 0.85 nil 2010 SAMPLING RETURNED VERY HIGH SILCA CONTENT WITHAVERAGE 0.25% Fe2O3 ONGOING DISCUSSIONS WITH OWNER OF THE HUNT SILICA MINE LEASE, BERT MILLER, ABOUT PURCHASE OF THE LEASE WHICH INCLUDE RAILROAD RIGHT AWAY AND ROAD ACCESS THE HUNT SILICA MINE LEASE HAS STRUCTURALLY REPEATED MOUNT WILSON FORMATION QUARTZITE IN EXCESS OF 450 MCIN – TSX-V 42www.cdnintlminerals.com
  43. 43. Solar Project Silica, Golden, BC GOLDENCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  44. 44. Solar Project Silica, Golden, BC FOUR CLAIMS COVERING 707.8 HECTARES OR 12.1 KM2 5 KM NORTHEAST OF GOLDEN THE CLAIMS ARE 100% OWNED BY CIM LOCATED IMMIDIATE TO SOUTHEAST OF MOUNT MOBERLY SILICA MINE THAT HAS BEEN OPERATED FOR NEARLY 30 YEARS BY MOUNTAIN MINERALS COMPANY LTD. SAMPLES FROM 1975: SiO2 Fe2O3 CaO Al2O3 LOI 99.61 0.07 0.005 0.13 0.01 99.64 0.06 0.005 0.1 0.02 RECENT WASHED SAND ANALYSIS SiO2 Fe2O3 Al2O3 CaO MgO Na2O K2O TiO2 LOI 99.67 0.02 0.06 0.06 0.02 0.01 0.02 0.01 0.12” COVER PURE TO VERY PURE MOUNT WILSON FORMATION QUARTZITE THERE ARE 3 STRUCTURAL REPETITION OF MOUNT WILSON FORMATION QUARTZITE ON THE CLAIMS 2010 SAMPLING RETURNED VERY HIGH SILCA CONTENT WITHAVERAGE 0.25% Fe2O3CIN – TSX-V 44www.cdnintlminerals.com
  45. 45. Silicon & Solar Projects Silica, Golden, BC Infrastructure – Golden Rail YardCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  46. 46. Silicon & Solar Projects Silica, Hunt Silica Lease-Lower Pit, Golden, BCCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  47. 47. Excelsior Project Gold, YukonCIN – TSX-V 47www.cdnintlminerals.com
  48. 48. Excelsior Project Gold, Yukon 56 CLAIMS THAT ARE 100% CIM OWNED WHITE GOLD DISTRICT YUKON 25 KM NORTHWEST OF THE KINROSS GOLD CORP.’S GOLDEN SADDLE DEPOSIT THE GOLDEN SADDLE DEPOSIT IS OPEN ALONG STRIKE TO THE NORTHEAST, AND DOWN DIP TO THE NORTHWEST. THE MOST NORTHEASTERLY AND DEEPEST HOLES COMPLETED TO-DATE INCLUDE HOLES WD09-101, WHICH INTERSECTED 4.86 G/T AU OVER 23.38 METERS AND WD09-103 WHICH INTERSECTED 5.07 G/T AU OVER 25.38 METERS. STRENGTH OF ALTERATION AND MINERALIZATION AT GOLDEN SADDLE INCREASES IN INTENSITY TO THE NORTHEAST. CLAIMS COVER META-SEDIMENTS WITH GRANITIC DYKES WITH HYDROTHERMAL ALTERATIONCIN – TSX-V 48www.cdnintlminerals.com
  49. 49. Copper Mountain Project, BC Copper, Princeton, BC Proposed Titan IP Survey 3CIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  50. 50. Copper Mountain Project, BC Copper, Princeton, BC FIVE CLAIMS THAT COVER APPROXIMATELY 1,410 HECTARES OR 14.1 KM2 THE CLAIMS ARE 100% OWNED BY CIM LOCATED ADJACENT IN THE COPPER MOUNTAIN MINING CAMP THAT HAS HAD PRODUCTION OF 1.42 BILLION POUNDS OF COPPER, 8.5 MILLION OUNCES SILVER AND 0.5 MILLION OUNCES GOLD BETWEEN 1908 AND 1996. COPPER MOUNTAIN MINING CORP. LOCATED TO THE IMMEDIATE EAST, IS SCHEDULED START MINING IN JUNE 2011 WITH MEASURED AND INDICATED RESOURCES OF 359.6 MILLION TONNES AT 0.37% COPPER AT 0.2% COPPER CUT-OFF AT A RATE OF 35,000 TONNES PER DAY WITH ANNUAL PRODUCTION OF 105 MILLION POUNDS COPPER COPPER MOUNTAIN MINING CAMP IS CLASSIFIED AS ALKALIC PORPHYRY COPPER MINERALIZATION WITH GOLD AND SILVER CREDITS WITH ASSOCIATED SKARN MINERALIZATION (HISTORIC INGERBELLE DEPOSIT) EXPLORATION WORK COMPLETED ON THE CLAIMS BETWEEN 1970 AND 1990 HAS BEEN LIMITED TO SOIL GEOCHEMESTRY PLUS LIMITED MAGNETIC AND INDUCED POLARIZATION SURVEYS CIM HAS COMPLETED PROSPECTING AND AIRBORNE MAGNETIC AND ELECTOMAGNETIC SURVEYS WITH A MAGNETIC ANOMALY WITH SIMILAR SIGNATURE AS THE HISTORIC INGERBELLE DEPOSITCIN – TSX-V 50www.cdnintlminerals.com
  51. 51. 2011 EXPLORATION PROGRAM CARBO PROJECT: CONSTRUCT 7.5 KM OF ACCESS ROAD FOR SECOND PHASE OF DRILLING SECOND PHASE OF DRILLING; FOLLOW UP 2010 DRILLIN AND PRINCE CARBONATITE-SYENITE INITIAL METALLURGICAL TESTING DEAD HORSE CREEK: PROSPECTING, MAPPING AND GEOCHEMICAL SURVEYS TO FOLLOW UP AIRBORNE SURVEY INITIAL DRILLING PRAIRIE LAKE AIRBORNE MAGNETIC AND RADIOMETRIC SURVEY PROSPECTING, MAPPING AND GEOCHEMICAL SURVEYS TO FOLLOW UP AIRBORNE SURVEY SILICON TERMNATE NEGOTION FOR HUNT SILICA MINE LEASE DRILLING FOR RESOURCE ESTIMATE & START METALLURGICAL TESTING SOLAR DRILLING FOR RESOURCE ESTIMATE & START METALLURGICAL TESTING EXCELSIOR MINIMUM WORK REQUIERMENT & IDENTIFY POTENTIAL JOINT VENTURE PARTNERS COPPER MOUNTAIN MINIMUM WORK REQUIERMENT & IDENTIFY POTENTIAL JOINT VENTURE PARTNERS CIN – TSX-V 51 www.cdnintlminerals.com
  52. 52. 2011 EXPLORATION BUDGET PROJECT DESCRIPTION CDN$ CARBO ROAD CONSTRUCTION, DRILLING & METALLURGICAL $1,750,000 DEADHORSE CREEK MAPPING, GEOCHEMICAL & DRILLING $700,000 PRAIRIE CREEK AIRBORNE SURVEY, MAPPING & GEOCHEMICAL $250,000 SILICON HUNT ACQUISITION, DRILLING & METALLURGICAL $1,500,000 SOLAR DRILLING & METALLURGICAL $500,000 EXCELSIOR MINIMUM WORK & JOINT VENTURE IDENTIFICATION $100,000 COPPER MOUNTAIN MINIMUM WORK & JOINT VENTURE IDENTIFICATION $200,000 TOTAL $5,000,000CIN – TSX-V 52www.cdnintlminerals.com
  53. 53. Corporate Directory Head Office Canadian International Minerals Inc Suite 1128 789 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC Canada V6C 1H2 Phone +1-604-669-9330 Fax +1-604-669-9335 Investor Contact Michael Schuss +1-604-241-2254 Email m.e.schuss@gmail.comCIN – TSX-Vwww.cdnintlminerals.com
  54. 54. Canadian INTERNATIONAL MINERALS INC. EXPLORING FOR HIGH TECHNOLOGY METALS, RARE EARTH METALS AND SILICA For further information please contact: Michael E. Schuss President, CEO & Director Canadian International Minerals Inc. +1-604-241-2254 m.e.schuss@gmail.com MARCH 2011CIN – TSX-V 54www.cdnintlminerals.com

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