Table 1: Reported Drill Intercepts – 22GE-331   
Hole IDFrom (m)To (m)Interval (m)Estimated True Width (m)2Au (gpt)Ag (gpt)Au Cut-off3
22GE-33402.95405.002.051.700.3531.320.20
22GE-33416.30418.201.901.600.4843.730.20
22GE-33433.50434.300.800.701.2537.100.20
22GE-33435.25436.200.950.800.227.500.20
22GE-33441.00442.501.501.2011.60219.000.20
22GE-33442.50447.004.503.7inferred stope4
22GE-33447.00482.6035.6029.203.33115.180.20
including451.50459.007.506.102.6893.501.00
& including460.00469.009.007.406.57137.180.20
      including464.50466.001.501.2030.90605.001.00
& including472.20482.6010.408.503.67203.900.20
     including472.20474.802.602.108.39321.001.00
        
Footnotes       
1) A complete table of assay results from all deposits and all secondary zones intersected utilizing a 0.20 gpt Au cut-off is on the Company’s website.
2) True widths are estimated based on drill hole geology or comparisons with other on-section drill holes.
3) Composite assay grades presented in summary tables are calculated using a Au grade minimum average of 0.20 gpt or 1.0 gpt as indicated in “Au Cut-off” column of Summary Tables. Maximum internal waste included in any reported composite interval is 3.00 m. The 1.00 gpt Au cut-off is used to define higher-grade “cores” within the lower-grade halo.
4) Intervals with no recovery were also encountered between: 436.2m to 437.1m (0.9m); 459.7m to 460.0m (0.3m); 469.0m to 469.90m (0.9m); 470.35m to 471.0m (0.65m); 471.40m to 472.20m (0.80m).