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Bathurst Mining Camp Prospects

The Captain, CNE and Taylor Brook are situated in the heart of the renowned Bathurst Mining Camp in northeast New Brunswick, Canada, one of the world’s greatest zinc-lead-silver districts.

The properties all lie within a 20 kilometre radius of three world-class base metal mines, namely Brunswick No. 12 (for many years the world’s largest underground zinc mine), Brunswick No. 6, and Heath Steele. Stratabound’s wholly-owned claims host three known base metal sulphide bodies: the Captain, CNE and Taylor Brook deposits. All four projects present superior potential for continued discovery of zinc-lead-silver-copper volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposits.

In 2011, Stratabound received a National Instrument 43-101 compliant Technical Report, including a Mineral Resource Estimate, from Mercator Geological Services. This resource estimate, summarized below, reflected mineralization defined by 30 holes drilled by Stratabound.

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Bathurst Properties – Preliminary Economic Assessment, Nov 23, 2011

The deepest hole to date intersected 19.5 metres of massive sulphide mineralization grading 1.12% copper, within which 8.5 metres graded 2.11% copper, 0.052% cobalt, 12.4 g/t silver, and 0.30 g/t gold, including 2.0 metres of 5.46% copper, 0.093% cobalt, 30.5 g/t silver, and 0.65 g/t gold.

Captain Drill Hole No. 17, August 7, 2008
Captain Drill Hole No. 01, September 21, 2007
Captain Drill Hole No. 17, Augus 7, 2008
Captain Drill Hole No. 01, September 21, 2007