Flagship Keno Silver Project:

  • Large, brownfields land position covering 166 square km in the eastern portion of the Keno Hill district
  • Excellent access infrastructure via existing highways and well-maintained all-weather roads, existing grid power supplying nearby Keno City & Alexco operations
  • Adjacent to Alexco Resource Corp’s operations, which host >67 Mozs Ag (M&I) with LOM production grades exceeding 840 gram/tonne silver; AISC: $13.5
  • Productive mineralized trends and preferred host rocks continue onto Metallic Minerals holdings, which saw historic production from 8 mines, including 5 with average recovered grades above 5,000 g/t silver
  • 10 of the 12 known mineralized trends in the district traverse Metallic Minerals property
  • Eastern portion of the Keno Hill silver district has been under-explored due to fragmented, private land ownership, but now consolidated under Metallic Minerals with additional holdings to the south and in the central portion of the district
  • Results from 2017 field exploration program released in Q4
  • 2018 exploration program expected to commence in June

McKay Hill Project:

  • 50km north of the Keno Hill Silver camp consisting of 129 claims covering 30 square km
  • Highly-prospective Ag-Au targets identified
  • Historic high-grade underground silver and gold producer
  • Property is adjacent to the northwest portion of ATAC Resources’ Rackla Gold project
  • ATAC has initiated permitting of tote road access route into the area
  • Under-explored but emerging silver and gold district – recent modern exploration work by ATAC has demonstrated the potential in this new district
  • Results from 2017 field exploration program released in early Q4

Klondike Gold District Royalties:

Australia Creek

  • 26 miles (36.4 square km) of creek and bench mining rights along Australia Creek in the Klondike gold district near Dawson City, Yukon
  • Australia Creek is a tributary of the Indian River and is part of the historic Klondike gold district, that is estimated to have produced over 20 million ounces of gold since its discovery in 1898
  • Metallic has granted exclusive mining rights to an an experienced alluvial mining operator with respect to a 2.8 km2 portion of the larger Australia Creek property in exchange for a 12% production royalty
  • Mining on the Indian River began in the late 1970s and hosts many larger-scale, open-pit operations, which produce nearly half of all placer gold in the Yukon
  • Mining equipment has been mobilized to the Lower Australia Creek site to commence test work for the remainder of the northern field season
  • Metallic expects to pursue additional production royalty agreements with other operators on the remaining 33.6km2 property

Dominion Creek

  • 10 claims totaling 1 mile (1.6 km) along a bench of Dominion Creek, a tributary to the Indian River
  • Metallic has granted an experienced alluvial mining operator exclusive mining rights to the Dominion Creek property in exchange for a 15% production royalty
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