Q1 2020 - Investor Presentation - Genesis Metals

Q1 2020 - Investor Presentation - Genesis Metals
Q1 2020 - Investor Presentation
Q1 2020 - Investor Presentation - Genesis Metals
Certain statements contained in this presentation regarding Genesis Metals Corp. and its activities
             constitute “forward-looking statements“. All statements that are not historical facts, including
             without limitation statements regarding future estimates, plans, objectives, assumptions or
             expectations of future performance are “forward-looking statements“. We caution you that such
             “forward-looking statements” involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties that could cause
             actual results and future events to differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Such
             risks and uncertainties include fluctuations in metal prices, unpredictable results of exploration,
             uncertainties inherent in the estimation of mineral resources and reserves, fluctuations in the costs
             of goods and services, problems associated with exploration and mining operations, changes in
             legal, social or political conditions in the jurisdictions where the company operates, lack of
             appropriate funding and other risk factors. There can be no assurance that such “forward-looking

FORWARD      statements” will prove to be accurate. Potential investors should conduct their own investigation as
             to the suitability of investing in securities of the company. Genesis Metals Corp. undertakes no
             obligation to update any “forward-looking statements”. We seek Safe Harbour.
LOOKING
             *Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability.
STATEMENTS   There is no certainty that all or any part of the Mineral Resources estimated will be converted into
             Mineral Reserves. The estimate of Mineral Resources may be materially affected by environmental,
             permitting, legal, title, taxation, socio-political, marketing, or other relevant issues. The CIM
             definitions were followed for the classification of Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resources. The
             quantity and grade of reported Inferred Mineral Resources in this estimation are uncertain in nature
             and there has been insufficient exploration to define these Inferred Mineral Resources as an
             Indicated Mineral Resource and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in upgrading them to
             an Indicated Mineral Resource category.

             The contents of this presentation have been reviewed and approved Mr. André Liboiron P.Geo.,
             Project Manager for the Company and a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101.




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HIGHLIGHTS
             Member of the Discovery Group of Companies



             Quebec – Top tier Mining Jurisdiction



HIGHLIGHTS   Current NI 43-101 Resource as of February 2019



             Potential for new high-grade discoveries on
             275km2 Chevrier Project

             Chevrier Gold Deposits are open for expansion
             with high-grade areas not systematically
             targeted to date

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Recent
  Transactions




 Northern Empire
acquired for $117M
 by Coeur Mining




Acquired for $520M
   by Goldcorp




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MANAGEMENT AND DIRECTORS
                              • Former Director of Northern Empire Resources acquired by Coeur Mining;
                                Former CEO of Underworld Resources, acquired by Kinross Gold for $138M in
ADRIAN FLEMING, P.Geo.          June 2010
CHAIRMAN and DIRECTOR         • Former Exploration Manager for Placer Dome in Sydney, VP of Exploration for
                                Golden Star and Miramar Mining
                              • Professional economic geologist with +25 years of international experience
                              • Key roles in successful discovery/acquisition, exploration and development of a
DAVID TERRY, PhD., P. Geo.      number of precious and base metal deposits, primarily in North and South
CEO, PRESIDENT and DIRECTOR     America
                              • Director of Great Bear Resources, Golden Arrow Resources, and Aftermath Silver
                              • Former Director of Northern Empire Resources acquired by Coeur Mining for
JEFF SUNDAR                     $117M in October 2018
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR            • Former Director and VP of Underworld Resources, acquired by Kinross Gold
                                for $138M in June 2010
                              • Quebec-based geologist with 26+ years of experience within Quebec
ANDRÉ LIBOIRON P.Geo.           and internationally.
CHEVRIER PROJECT MANAGER      • Extensive experience in managing exploration projects, logistics and reporting
                              • Chief Financial Officer of Great Bear Resources, CFO of Riverside Resources
ROBERT SCOTT, CPA, CA,CFA       Inc.
INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR          • Over 10 years of experience with TSX.V listed issuers, serving in officer and
                                director capacities.
                              • Geologist with over 20 years of experience in exploration and development
JOHN FLOREK, P.GEO            • Former Sr. Geologist with Barrick Gold at Hemlo Mines and Placer Dome in Red
INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR            Lake

KEENAN HOHOL, J.D.            • Former General Counsel of Pan American Silver Corp and BHP Billiton
INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR          • Over 20 years of international legal, commercial advisory and mgmt. experience



STEVE WILLIAMS MBA, P.Eng.    • Current VP of Bluestone Resources
INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR          • Former Director of Investment Banking for Canaccord Capital


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STRATEGIC ADVISORS
                            •   Former Director of Kaminak Gold acquired by Goldcorp for $500 Million
JOHN ROBINS, P. GEO         •   Former Director of Northern Empire Resources acquired by Coeur Mining
STRATEGIC ADVISOR           •   Strategic Advisor to Great Bear Resources



                            •   Former Director of Kaminak Gold acquired by Goldcorp for $500 Million
JIM PATERSON                •   Former Director of Northern Empire Resources acquired by Coeur Mining
STRATEGIC ADVISOR           •   Strategic Advisor to Great Bear Resources



ROB CARPENTER, Ph.D.        •   Former CEO and co-founder of Kaminak Gold 2005 to 2013
STRATEGIC ADVISOR           •   Director of White Gold Corp



ANDREW RAMCHARAN, Ph.D.     •   Former IAMGOLD Executive focused on M&A
STRATEGIC ADVISOR           •   Former Managing Director of Project Evaluation at Sprott Inc



                            •   Former VP Exploration of NexGen Energy 2014- 2018
                            •   Co-recipient of the PDAC Bill Dennis Award 2018 for the discovery and
GARRETT AINSWORTH               development of the Arrow Deposit.
STRATEGIC ADVISOR           •   Co-recipient of the AME BC Colin Spence Award in 2013. For the discovery of
                                the Patterson Lake South Project



ÉRIC LEMIEUX, MSC, P. GEO   •   Former mining analyst at Laurentian Bank Securities in Montreal
STRATEGIC ADVISOR           •   Former technical advisor with PearTree Securities




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Shareholders


CORPORATE STRUCTURE                   Retail                                     Delbrook
                                       50%
                                                                                       Eric Sprott


                     TSX.V – GIS
Symbol               OTCQB – GGISF                                                    US Global

                                                                                 SIDEX/SDBJ/
                                                                                     FTQ
                                                                             Commodity Capital AG
Shares Outstanding   41,681,569                    Management
                                                    & Advisors
                                                                 Gold 2000

                                                       16%



Fully Diluted        57,016,001



Stock Options        3,800,000       Major Shareholders
                                     Eric Sprott
Warrants             11,534,432      Commodity Capital AG
                                     Gold 2000
                                     Delbrook Capital
Management and                       US Global Investors
                     16%             SIDEX/SDBJ/FTQ
Advisors
                                     Management and Advisors
                                     Retail


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ABITIBI GREENSTONE BELT


OVER 170 Moz OF GOLD PRODUCTION




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HIGHLIGHTS

35km SW of Chibougamau, Quebec
with excellent infrastructure

Covers 15km of gold-endowed Fancamp Deformation Zone

Chevrier Deposit Indicated Resource:
395,000 ounces of gold averaging 1.45 g/t Au at               CHEVRIER
Chevrier Deposit Inferred Resource:
                                                              PROJECT
297,000 ounces of gold averaging 1.33 g/t Au

Potential to expand tonnage and GRADE of existing resources

Opportunity to identify new high-grade discoveries




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CHEVRIER GOLD
DEPOSIT LOCATION



EXCELLENT
ACCESS AND
INFRASTRUCTURE:


•   Power-Line
•   Airport
•   Regional road
•   Main forestry road
•   Mining friendly area



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CHIBOUGAMAU MINING DISTRICT
   OVER 6.7 MILLION OUNCES OF HISTORICAL GOLD PRODUCTION




Chevrier Property
expanded to 275
   square km




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CHEVRIER Current NI 43-101 Mineral Resource Estimate*

                                                                                  Grade       Cut-off      Contained
         Zone                 Resource Category                    Tonnes
                                                                                 (g/t gold)   (g/t Gold)    Gold (oz)
                                              Indicated          6,602,000         1.39         0.50        295,000
                           Open Pit
                                              Inferred           1.294,000         1.35         0.50        56,000
    Main Zone


                           Open Pit           Inferred             311,000         1.53         0.50        15,000
     East Zone

  *NI 43-101 Report for Chevrier Property, March 21, 2019 by A. Beauregard P.Geo., D. Gaudreault, P.Eng.,
                                   M. Jutras P.Eng., and R. Banville P.Eng.

                  Pit Constrained and Underground Resource Assumptions; $US
                                      Price of gold                     $1400
                                      CAD:USD Exchange rate             1.25
                                      Open Pit Mining Cost (per ton)    $2.20
                                      Processing Cost (per ton)         $12.00
                                      G&A Cost (per ton)                $2.50
                                      Mill Recovery                     95%
                                      Pit Slope (degrees)               50



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HIGHLIGHTS FROM MAIN ZONE 2017 DRILLING


                                              Phase 1
•   2.94 g/t Au Over 58.70 m in hole GM-17-09            (from 74.6 meters downhole)
•   1.93 g/t Au over 43 m in hole GM-17-15               (from 49.6 meters downhole)
•   1.89 g/t Au over 38.4 in hole GM-17-20               (from 95 meters downhole)
•   1.23 g/t Au over 24.45 in hole GM-17-22              (from 19.5 meters downhole)
•   1.06 g/t Au over 27.55 in hole GM-17-16              (from 112 meters downhole)

                                              Phase 2
•   8.73 g/t Au over 21.35 m in hole GM-17-42            (from 107 meters downhole)
•   5.06 g/t Au over 8.45 m in hole GM-17-41             (from 108.2 meters downhole)
•   4.47 g/t Au over 12.45 m in hole GM-17-46            (from 19.35 meters downhole)
•   4.26 g/t Au over 19.40 m in hole GM-17-48            (from 67.3 meters downhole)
•   3.59 g/t Au over 22.60 m in hole GM-17-42            (from 13.4 meters downhole)
•   1.04 g/t Au over 50.05 m in hole GM-17-44            (from 109 meters downhole)

                *(Core lengths are shown. True length is calculated to be 65% of core lengths)

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PLAN VIEW SHOWING MINERALIZED ZONES

Oblique Plan View: Main             Plan View: Main Zone Block Model
         Zone             A
                              X1


                          B1




X

    A1
         B
             C


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CHEVRIER MAIN ZONE LONG SECTION
                  (MAIN A1 VEIN – BLOCK MODEL)


   X                                             X1
400 m



200 m



0m


                       Open to depth
-200 m                                                21


   0      200 m
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CHEVRIER PROPERTY GOLD GRADES
                       Top 20 Gold Intercepts
                                           (Grade x Thickness)
 Drill Hole    From      To Interval Gold Grade x
     ID         (m)     (m)   (m)*   (g/t) Thickness
GM-17-42      110.00   113.00 3.00 37.97 113.90
GM-17-09      109.10   114.90 5.80 15.04 87.25
DO-35         227.25   229.00 1.75 44.06 77.10
DO-31         373.70   378.00 4.30 13.72 58.98
GDO-183        2.89     6.86  3.97 13.80 54.80
GDO-157       171.00   174.00 3.00 17.17 51.52
GM-17-42      126.00   127.90 1.90 24.52 46.59
DB-70         344.85   346.35 1.50 24.97 37.46
GM-17-44      204.35   208.90 4.55   8.19    37.25
GDO-155       121.50   126.40 4.90   7.50    36.73
FA-51         186.10   189.50 3.40 10.65 36.22
GM-17-48      77.00    80.40 3.40 10.18 34.61
GFA-201       97.25    100.75 3.50   8.98    31.41
GM-17-42      14.60    18.50 3.90    7.92    30.90
GFA-153       216.55   219.40 2.85 10.63 30.28
DO-05         64.35    68.05 3.70    8.00    29.59
GM-17-46      21.00    23.60 2.60 11.20 29.11
GM-17-48      72.60    75.00 2.40 11.63 27.92
GM-17-41      151.25   155.45 4.20   6.43    27.01
GDO-198       69.94    72.87 2.93    8.64    25.32     *(Core lengths are shown. True length is calculated to be 65% of core lengths)


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CHEVRIER PROPERTY TARGETS RANKED
     •   23 Gold Targets Identified
     •   8 High Priority
     •   Parallel Break Unconstrained Upside
     •   20 Kilometers of untested potential




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MILESTONES AND PRIORITIES FOR CHEVRIER PROJECT
New 43-101 Resource Q1 2019

2017                 2018                  2019                      2020
Q3/Q4                Q1-Q4                Q1-Q4                  Q1-Q4

                                                                 •   Drill target
• 10,000 Meters of   • Phase 2 assays     • Updated 43-101
                                                                     definition
  Drilling             announced            Resource
  Completed                                                      •   Drilling; till
                     • Interpretation     • Detailed
                                                                     targets and
• Drilling Main        and modeling of      technical review
                                                                     Main Zone
  Zone                 drill results      • Property wide till
• Drilling New       • Relogging of 20      sampling
  targets              historical drill   • Till anomaly
                       holes                follow up
• Prospecting and
  new target         •   Surface
  generation             Program
                     •   Geophysics


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OCTOBER GOLD
 PROPERTY


• 100% Genesis Metals

• Southwest Abitibi is the least
  explored portion of the region

• October Gold Property is
  located in the Southern Swayze
  Greenstone Belt covering what
  is considered to be the
  Western extension of the
  Cadillac-Larder Lake Break

• Over 62 Moz Gold produced
  along break

• Newly emerging gold camp




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OCTOBER GOLD PROPERTY

• On trend with Newmont Corporation’s Borden
  Gold mine and IAMGOLD Corporation’s Cote Lake
  deposit
• Probe Mines Limited acquired by Goldcorp Inc. for   100% OWNED
  $C526 million in March 2015
                                                      BY GENESIS
• Trelawney Mining and Exploration Inc. acquired by
  IAMGOLD Corporation for $C585 million in June       METALS
  2012
• 200km2 October Gold Property straddles the
  Ridout Deformation Zone




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OCTOBER GOLD PROPERTY




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WHY INVEST IN GENESIS?

•   Proven management team, recently expanded
    experienced technical team with track record of
    success

•   Gold endowed at belt (Abitibi), Camp (Fancamp
    Deformation Zone) and Project (Chevrier) scales

•   High-grade gold component to current resource
    was not the focus of historical exploration
                                                                                     Chevrier Drilling, 2017
•   Excellent infrastructure (road, rail power, skilled
    labour force) with local First Nations and
    Community support

•   Large land position with existing gold resource open
    to expansion and additional potential for new high-
    grade discoveries                                      High Grade Quartz-Tourmaline Veins at     High Grade Quartz-Carbonate Veins:
                                                           Chevrier – similar veins occur in Red   15.04 g/t Au over 5.8 m in hole GM-17-09
                                                           Lake, Ontario.


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CONTACT
GENESIS METALS CORP.
Suite 1020 – 800 West Pender
Vancouver, British Columbia V6C 2V6
CANADA

Dr. David Terry, President and CEO

Telephone: 604.551.2801
Email: dterry@genesismetalscorp.com


Jeff Sundar, Executive Director

Telephone: 604.646.8356
Email: js@genesismetalscorp.com


www.genesismetalscorp.com

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