Mineral Resources - Cape Spencer

The Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate for the Cape Spencer Deposit is 1,720,000 tonnes at an average grade of 2.72 g/t gold for 151,000 contained ounces at cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t gold and 2.5 g/t gold in two mineralized zones, the *Pit Zone and the Northeast Zone, with an effective date of January 23, 2019 (Table 1). The Northeast Zone contains a conceptual underground Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate of 740,000 tonnes at an average grade of 4.07 g/t gold for 96,000 contained ounces at a cut-off grade of 2.5 g/t gold and the *Pit Zone contains a conceptual open-pit Inferred Mineral Resource Estimate of 990,000 tonnes at an average grade of 1.71 g/t gold for 54,000 contained ounces at a cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t gold.

Table 1: Cape Spencer Project Mineral Resource Estimate – Effective Date: January 23, 2019

Area

Cut-Off (Au g/t)

Category

Rounded Tonnes

Au (g/t)

Rounded Ounces

Northeast Zone

2.5

Inferred

740,000

4.07

96,000

*Pit Zone

0.5

Inferred

990,000

1.71

54,000

Total

0.5 and 2.5

Inferred

1,720,000

2.72

151,000

  1. This Mineral Resources Estimate was prepared in accordance with NI 43-101 and the CIM Standards (2014)
  2. Mineral Resource tonnages have been rounded to the nearest 10,000 and ounces have been rounded to the nearest 1,000. Totals may not sum due to rounding.
  3. A cut-off of 2.50 g/t gold was used to estimate Mineral Resources for the Northeast Zone.
  4. A cut-off of 0.50 g/t gold was used to estimate Mineral Resources for the Pit Zone.
  5. Mineral Resources were interpolated using Ordinary Kriging from 1.5m assay composites capped at 15 g/t gold.
  6. An average bulk density of 2.74 g/cm3 has been applied.
  7. Northeast Zone Mineral Resources extend to a maximum depth of 225m below surface and are considered to reflect reasonable prospects for economic extraction in the foreseeable future using conventional underground mining methods at a gold price of CAD $1,550 per ounce.
  8. Pit Zone Mineral Resources extend to a maximum depth of 100m below surface and are considered to reflect reasonable prospects for economic extraction in the foreseeable future using conventional open-pit mining methods at a gold price of CAD $1,550 per ounce.
  9. Mineral Resources do not have demonstrated economic viability.
  10. This estimate of Mineral Resources may be materially affected by environmental, permitting, legal title, taxation, sociopolitical, marketing, or other relevant issues.

 

*The term “Pit Zone” reflects previously established deposit nomenclature that has been retained by Magna Terra. It does not denote application of an optimized pit shell or envelope for definition of Mineral Resources presented in Table 2 above.