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Dr. Harlan Meade, P.Geol., President and CEO, is the Qualified Person who has reviewed and approved the materials herein for compliance with NI 43-101.
The Carmacks Project, 100% owned by Copper North, is located 220 km northwest of Whitehorse, Yukon. Carmacks is a near term producer. The recently completed Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA, May 30, 2014) indicates that the mine and processing plan will produce 30 million pounds of cathode copper per year at a cash cost of US$ 1.07/lb of copper after deduction of by-product credits for gold and silver. A new PEA was filed on Sedar, November 25, 2016 that confirms improved project economics.
The Company wholly owns the Redstone deposit, lo'cated in the Northwest Territories of Canada. Redstone is a high-grade deposit with claims and leases extending over approximately 160km in the Redstone Copper Belt.
Copper North acquired the Thor property in north central B.C. July 2, 2014. The property covers approximately 20,000 hectares and hosts several porphyry copper-gold targets. The proximity to the dormant Kemess mine-mill complex, makes Thor an attractive exploration project.
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As of Sept 30, Copper North has current assets of $351,000 and liabilities of 1,154,000 of which $605,000 is due to related parties.
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