Presentation - Silver Range Resources Ltd.

Silver Range Resources Ltd.
Corporate Presentation
January 2015
Silver Range Resources Ltd.
Certain information regarding the Company contained herein may constitute forward-looking statements within the
meaning of applicable securities laws. Forward-looking statements may include estimates, plans, expectations,
opinions, forecasts, projections, guidance or other statements that are not statements of fact. Although the Company
believes that the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are reasonable, it can give no assurance
that such expectations will prove to have been correct. The Company cautions that actual performance will be affected
by a number of factors, many of which are beyond the Company's control, and that future events and results may vary
substantially from what the Company currently foresees. Discussion of the various factors that may affect future results
is contained in the Company's Annual Report which is available at The Company's forward-looking
statements are expressly qualified in their entirety by this cautionary statement.
The Keg Deposit NI 43-101 disclaimer
At a 16 g/t silver cut-off, the Keg inferred resource is 39.76 million tonnes grading 30.25 g/t silver, 0.26% lead, 0.77%
zinc and 0.15% copper. For further details see technical report entitled “Geology, Mineralization, Geochemical Surveys,
Diamond Drilling, Metallurgical Testing and Mineral Resources at the Keg Property” dated December 19, 2012 and
amended May 27, 2013 and filed on SEDAR.
The Mel Main Zone Deposit NI 43-101 disclaimer
The Mel Main Zone hosts an inferred resource of 5.38 million tonnes grading 6.45% zinc, 1.85% lead and 44.79%
barite (BaSO4), at a cut-off grade of 5.0% zinc-equivalent. Zinc-equivalence was calculated using metal prices of
US$0.89/lb zinc and US$0.96/lb lead and assuming 90.3% zinc recovery and 97.7% lead recovery. Further details of
the estimation procedure are available in a NI 43-101 report authored by Giroux Consultants Ltd. and H. Leo King. P.
Geo., dated November 12, 2014 and filed on SEDAR.
All technical information contained in this presentation pertaining to the Silver Range Project has been approved by
Matthew Dumala, P.Eng., a geological consultant to Silver Range Resources and qualified person for the purposes of
NI 43-101.
Management and Directors
Doug Eaton, B.A., B.Sc.
President, CEO and Director
Active in Yukon mineral exploration for over 40 years. Partner of Archer, Cathro &
Associates since 1981. Recipient of the H.H. “Spud” Huestis award in 2012.
Bruce Youngman, B.Sc.
Chairman and Director
Former President of Canplats Resources, acquired by Goldcorp for $300 million in
2010. Former President and VP of Northern Dynasty Minerals.
Ian Talbot, B.Sc., LLB.
Geologist and lawyer. Practiced exclusively in mining and securities law. Former
in-house counsel with BHP Billiton World Exploration Inc.
Larry Donaldson, C.A.
Chartered Accountant. Extensive experience in public company audits, and in
accounting and tax planning for mineral exploration companies.
Glenn Yeadon, B.Comm. LLB.
Secretary and Director
Barrister and solicitor practicing primarily in the field of securities law. Partner or
associate with Tupper Jonsson & Yeadon since 1983.
Richard Drechsler, B.Sc.
VP, Communications
Investor relations manager; First Nations and community liaison. Worked in the
mining/mineral exploration industry since 2005.
Independent Directors:
Tom Beaudoin, B.Sc.
Land Claims negotiator and consultant to several First Nations. Extensive
northern development and resource management experience.
Douglas Goss, B.Comm., LLB.
Barrister and solicitor practicing primarily in the fields of corporate and
securities law. Chair of the University of Alberta’s Board of Governors.
Bruce Kenway, C.A.
Chartered Accountant and founder of Kenway Mack Slusarchuk Stewart LLP,
providing wide range of audit, accounting and tax services.
Barry Heck, LLB.
President of EL Merchant Capital, a private merchant capital, corporate finance
and mergers and acquisitions firm. Vice-Chairman of Alberta Enterprise Corp.
Project Management
Project Management
Project management is provided by Archer, Cathro & Associates (1981) Limited, a private
geological engineering and exploration firm and pre-eminent Yukon exploration consulting firm
since 1965.
Yukon discoveries and/or deposits made or advanced by Archer Cathro and management:
Casino – Western Copper
Osiris – ATAC Resources
Wellgreen – Prophecy Platinum
Klaza – Rockhaven Resources
Wolverine – Yukon Zinc
Tiger – ATAC Resources
Carmacks Copper– Copper North
Marg – Redtail Metals
Division Mountain – Pitchblack
Golden Revenue – Northern Freegold
Blende – Blind Creek Resources
Ice – Yukon Zinc
Archer Cathro has designed and implemented programs on behalf of companies that have
received four Leckie Awards for Excellent Environmental Stewardship.
Capital Structure
$2.5 million
$3.8 million
Significant Holders
Estimate as of Jan. 12, 2014.
Includes consultants and key employees on a fully diluted basis.
Yukon Projects with
Excellent Infrastructure
• All Silver Range properties are located
near all-season highways
• The Silver Range/Keg project is located
10 - 60 km from the Faro town-site,
heavy duty haulage road and high
capacity power lines
• The Mel project is located 40 km north of
the Alaska Highway
• The Mint project is located 25 km west
of the Alaska Highway.
• The Barb project is located 150 km north
of the town of Watson Lake and 40 km
east of the Wolverine Mine
Silver Range Project
Faro Mine-site
Skagway deep water port
Silver Range Project
Local Infrastructure
• Faro District is the former site of largest open-pit lead-zinc-silver mining operation in Canada;
mine closure in 1997
• Region still has excellent but under-utilized infrastructure
• Claims are located 10 to 60 km from town-site, heavy duty haulage road and high capacity power lines
Silver Range Project
Multiple Mineralized Zones & Anomalies
• The Silver Range project is a
developing silver district
centered on the 39.76 million
tonne Keg deposit* see page 2
• Twenty-five additional silverbearing zones and thirteen
discrete soil geochemical
anomalies have been identified
in a geological setting with
strong parallels to the
Bolivian tin belt - a premier
address for global silver
Keg Deposit
Mineral Resource & Grid Drilling
• Keg Main Zone extended to
1,100 m strike length and 350 m
• Maiden resource estimate:
•38.7 million ounces silver
•675 million pounds zinc
•228 million pounds lead
•131 million pounds copper*
• Open to west-northwest, with drill
hole Keg-66 returning 51.86 g/t
silver together with significant
lead-zinc-copper-tin-indium over
30 m
*For the Keg Deposit NI 43-101 mineral resource technical disclosure, please see page 2 of this presentation
Silver Range Project
Hammer Zone
Located 12 km from Faro open-pit site over gentle terrain
Silver Range Project
Hammer Zone
• Bonanza grade epithermal system
discovered by Silver Range regional
sampling program
• Broadly spaced drilling traced 3 subparallel veins for up to 600 m strike
length and 280 m vertical range
• Drill results to 4,620 g/t silver over
0.53 m
• Weighted average of 16 individual
vein drill intercepts is 807 g/t silver
over 0.66 m
• All veins open for extension along
strike and to depth
Mel Project
• The Mel property is located
40 km north of the Alaska
Highway in southeast Yukon,
510 km by road from Fort
Nelson (railhead) and 670
km from Skagway (tidewater
• Four zinc-lead-barite
stratabound zones were last
explored in the early 1990’s
• The Mel Main Zone hosts an
inferred resource of 5.38
million tonnes grading 6.45%
zinc, 1.85% lead and 44.79%
*see page 2 for NI 43-101 disclaimer
Mel Project
Mel Main Zone - Long Section
• Preliminary metallurgical tests
responded well to flotation and
yielded concentrates from
60.9% to 64.7% zinc 78.0 to
79.6% lead and 90.3 to 94.4%
barite with recoveries of 90.3 to
96.2% for zinc, 97.7 to 98.0 for
lead and 88 to 90.9% for barite
• A later, larger-scale test was
done for barite concentrate
market evaluation. Concentrate
grading 95.1% barite with a
recovery of 92.6% was
produced from feed grading
53.5% barite
Barb Project
• VMS style target located 40 km east
of the producing Wolverine silverzinc-copper-lead-gold mine
• Historical drilling, geochemical and
geophysical work included the
preparation of a mineral resource
from 1977 by Sovereign Metals
Corporation (Ikona, C) of 533,434
tonnes grading 102.86 g/t silver,
6.1% lead and 4.6% zinc*
• Latest exploration took place in 1998
and several high priority geophysical
targets have been identified for future
*This inferred resource was calculated using a polygonal model. The reader is
cautioned that this is a historical resource estimate and should not be relied upon.
Sufficient work has not yet been completed by Silver Range to categorize this as a
current resource; however, data collected by previous operators is considered to be
reliable and consistent with industry standards at the time.
Mint Project
• Property located 25 km west of the
Alaska Highway.
• A core of anomalous gold in soil values
(100 to 3,400 ppb) coincides with a
potassium high defined by a helicopterborne multispectral radiometric survey.
• Initial drilling returned values of 0.204
g/t gold over 331.74 m (entire length of
hole) including 0.556 g/t gold over 53.0
m near the bottom of the hole.
• Additional drilling is required to evaluate
this large target.
Mint Project IP Chargeability
Silver Range is advancing four highly prospective projects in
mining friendly Yukon
Silver Range Project
 Located in an area of exceptional infrastructure near Faro, southern Yukon
 The Keg Deposit initial inferred NI 43-101 mineral resource contains 38.7 million ounces of
silver, 675 million pounds of zinc, 288 million pounds of lead, and 131 million pounds of
copper* and remains open for further expansion
 Excellent recoveries with conventional flotation
 Multiple exploration opportunities throughout the 1,000 km² project
New Yukon Acquisition
 The Mel Main Zone hosts an inferred NI 43-101 mineral resource of 5.38 million tonnes grading
6.45% zinc, 1.85% lead and 44.79% barite (BaSO4), at a cut-off grade of 5.0% zinc-equivalent
with highly favourable metallurgical characteristics and exploration potential from previously
drilled zones
Market Valuation
 Silver Range is currently valued at $0.03 per in-situ ounce of silver at the Keg Deposit (net of $2.5
million cash)
*For the Keg and Mel Deposit NI 43-101 mineral resource technical disclosure, please see page 2 of this presentation
Contact Information
Silver Range Resources Ltd.
1016-510 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, BC, V6B 1L8
Phone: 604-687-2522
Toll Free: 1-888-688-2522
Investor Relations:
Richard Drechsler
Phone: 604-687-2522
Toll Free: 1-888-688-2522