Upton Property

The Robex Deposit is a polymetallic zinc deposit estimated to contain approximately 1 Mt @ 1.9% Zn, 0.6% Pb, 0.15% Cu, 13.5 g/t Ag and 46.5% BaSO4 1. This historical estimate was deemed reliable in a 43-101 Technical Report published in 20132. In 1997, Groupe Consortium Quebec and Bumigene completed an economic study of the Robex Deposit (Robex, 1998 M&A circular). The Deposit appears to remain open along strike and at depth.

The reader is cautioned that no qualified person has done enough work to classify these historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves and the Company is not treating the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. As most of the historic core and drill logs used to estimate the historic resources of the Robex Deposit are presumed to be lost, the deposit needs to be entirely re-drilled and a new resources estimated to confirm the historic estimates.

1References mentioning the historic estimates for the Upton Deposit

Baldwin, A.B., 1973, Report recommending mineral exploration for 1973-74 in an area located in the St. Lawrence Lowlands, Province of Quebec: Report prepared for Shell Canada’s Mineral Department, 32 p. (GM 39067)

Paradis, S., Birkett, T.C., and Godue, R., 1990, Preliminary investigations of the Upton sediment-hosted barite deposit, southern Quebec Appalachians: Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research 90-1B, 1-8.

Paradis, S., Chi, G., and Lavoie, D., 2004, Fluid inclusion and isotope evidence for the origin of the Upton Ba-Zn-Pb deposit, Quebec Appalachians, Canada: Economic Geology, v. 99, 807-817.

Ressources Robex Inc., 1988, Baryte-Zinc, Upton: Étude finale d’évaluation; Internal Report v. 1, 2,3 no. 12: Internal report prepared for Robex Resources.

Robex Resources Inc. news release dated February 18, 1998, released on Business Wire.

Robex Resources Inc., 1998, 1997 Annual Report, 20 p. – available on www.SEDAR.com

2Charbonneau, R., 2013, Technical report on the Upton property, In accordance with National Instrument 43-101, Upton and Acton Township, Quebec, Canada, 56p. (GM 68021)