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Kiril Mugerman, StockPulse Transcript c. 5,000 Words

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That’s how it all started, then we raised $10 million dollars in 2018 on the success of those results. It was the first time we had primary copper mineralization in Quebec in — what? I believe it was over 20 years? We got the Quebec pension fund involved. They hold, today, I believe 14% of the company.

Kintavar Samples up to 2.41% Cu, 77.5 g/t Ag & 0.2...

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“The polymetallic nature of Wabash is of particular interest here.” added Mugerman. “Zinc was identified in 27 samples with grades above 0.1%. Gold is not commonly found in this type of deposit but it appears the Grenville geology had some influence here as can be seen by the 6 samples that returned gold grades above 0.1 g/t in additional to their copper and silver grades. Manganese, an important metal for Li-ion batteries with no production in North America, is present across all the units with an average grade of 0.6% Mn. Some anomalies in cobalt and lead have been identified as well. No follow up on Au, Zn, Mn or Co has been done to date on the property but will be part of the scientific research and exploration program in 2021.”

6 Main IP Geophysical Anomalies Identified within a 3.5km Survey Confirming...

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“We are very pleased with these results. We see a strong correlation between these IP anomalies and the recently demonstrated 5km soil trend in the Cloutier-Lapointe area. The IP survey was limited to the main areas we knew based on the work completed in 2020 but we now clearly see that this survey will need to be extended further based on the potential size of the anomalies. The Richer area, the strongest soil anomaly on the Wabash property to date, was not covered at all by this IP survey but we expect to complete this in the near future. By combining the strength of the IP anomaly, soil anomaly and geological/structural anomaly, these 6 areas have been graded in terms of priority for the upcoming summer program. The 2 IP anomalies which are pending trenching assay results will be further evaluated as part of planning the first drilling program on the Wabash property. Traditionally, sediment hosted copper deposits are long and continuous which is exactly the confirmation we wanted to see from the soil and the geophysical surveys.” commented Kiril Mugerman, President & CEO of Kintavar Exploration.

Soil Geochemistry on Wabash Delineates Stratiform Copper-Silver Anomalies over >7km

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“This thorough soil geochemical survey and data treatment allowed us to get a different perspective of stratiform units in the Grenville. Our surface exploration footprint for the upcoming summer program will be more than twice as large as anticipated. Being able to compare the Wabash geochemical signature to that of the world class African stratiform deposits is another testament to the success of our exploration team. To do that in the difficult high grade metamorphic conditions of the Grenville is even more impressive. We are looking forward to receiving all the remaining results and to proceed with initial drilling and the associated summer work programs on the Wabash project.” commented Kiril Mugerman, President & CEO of Kintavar Exploration.

Corporate Update on Fer à Cheval Outfitter Activities

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“It has been an exciting first year as operators of the Fer à Cheval. The team has grown and as a result our footprint in the region has grown. We are a unique exploration company with exposure to such an exciting regional business activity that generates revenues, and that ties in so well with our exploration properties. Our most recent discovery of the Wabash project earlier this year solidified our geological model of stratiform copper mineralization in the region and we are now advancing our exploration activities as a copper district rather than as a stand-alone project. The FAC provides Kintavar with a solid foundation from which to base our exploration activities both at Mitchi and Wabash. I would like to take this opportunity to wish all our shareholders, stakeholders and employees of Kintavar and the Fer à Cheval, Happy Holidays and a healthy and prosperous new year in 2021.” commented Kiril Mugerman, President & CEO of Kintavar Exploration.