The World’s Best Address for High-Grade Gold.

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The Fosterville Gold Mine, owned by Kirkland Lake Gold, is the world’s highest grade and lowest cost gold mine.

The AISC at Fosterville was USD $315 / oz in Q1 2019, and the mine has operated with a 34.3 g/t gold head grade over the past 12 months.

Fosterville South Exploration has three high grade gold projects in the Fosterville area including a large land package with historical high grade production immediately south and adjoining Kirkland Lake Gold’s Fosterville tenements.

ABOUT FOSTERVILLE SOUTH EXPLORATION

2 Large 100% owned high grade gold projects

in the heart of one of the world’s most important high-grade gold districts

Historic high-grade gold production

adjoining and immediately south of the world-class Fosterville Mine, owned by Kirkland Lake Gold

Experienced management and award winning technical team

with a track record in this District and with a history of wealth creation in the sector

Tight share structure

and compelling valuation

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PROJECT OVERVIEW

LAURISTON GOLD PROJECT

600 km²

Contiguous to Kirkland Lake’s Fosterville tenements

Historical hardrock production:
233,215 oz Au @ 20.7 g/t Au

PROVIDENCE GOLD PROJECT

650 km²

Historical hardrock production:
12,431 oz Au @ 51 g/t Au (Doyle’s)
20,620 oz Au @ 56 g/t Au (Langridge’s)

GOLDEN MOUNTAIN

136 km²

Including drill intervals of:
18m grading 11.1 g/t Au
36m grading 9.5 g/t Au
44.4m grading 3.6 g/t Au
23.3m grading 5.2 g/t Au
2m grading 35.5 g/t Au

Three key gold projects which have significant gold potential due to:

The structural setting of the mineralisation & its association with nearby successful operating mines such as Fosterville & the A1.

The prospective nature of the modern disseminated epizonal (Fosterville) mineralization & granite related (IRG) mineralization (Golden Mountain)

The limited exploration previously conducted with positive results, and the failure to take exploration further given the high grade gold mineralization found at depth at Fosterville, yielding a more prospective view of these types of deposits

The large number of prospects yet to be assessed, which may have epizonal or IRG signatures

The granite related historical exploration work suggests that epizonal deposits may merge into these granite related deposits at depth.

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FOSTERVILLE GOLD DISCOVERY

  • The deep seated Selwyn Block underlies the epizonal Au-As-Sb mineralization domain
  • Proximity to the margins or larger structures within the Selwyn Block is considered important for all major deposits within the epizonal domain

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