EXGEN RESOURCES INC.

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ExGen is a Canadian junior resource company focused on building a diverse portfolio of joint venture and royalty interests across various exploration stages and commodity groups. ExGen currently has three projects in each of Canada and the United States. The Company’s business model encompasses those aspects of the mineral industry that range from exploration to the acquisition of minority interests and/or royalty streams on mineral projects. 
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1140 West Pender Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 4G1

Public Issuance

May 9 1996

Shares Outstanding

344.75 million

Corporate Filings

Sedar    

Stock Symbol

EXG:CA

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Empire Mine Project
Empire Mine is reported to have produced 694,000 tonnes with recovered grades of 3.64% copper, 1.65 g/t gold and 53.9 g/t silver from underground workings during the period 1901 to 1942. US Bureau of Mines records show that the head grades were between 6% and 8% copper. Review of more recent documents shows that the Empire Mine produced an additional 115,500 tonnes from 1943 intermittently to 1973, with recovery grades of 2.27%
copper, 1.11 g/t gold and 23.76 g/t silver.
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DOK Project
DOK property exhibits many similarities with other large alkalic porphyry copper-gold deposits in northern British Columbia. The property is located approximately 40 kilometers north of the Galore Creek and the Shaft Creek porphyry copper deposits and
south of the active exploration currently underway north of the Stikine River. 

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Gordon Lake
 the Gordon Lake gold project located approximately 110 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife, NWT. Katalyst executed an Assignment Agreement whereby it assigned its 10% working interest in the Gordon Lake project Mining Lease (ML) #3123 and 100% working interest in ML #3088 and ML#3116, to ExGen.
The Assignment Agreement eliminated Katalyst’s 10% working interest and a 4% sliding royalty on the Gordon Lake project. ExGen now owns 100% of Gordon Lake with no third party underlying royalties. 
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East Breccia Property
The East Breccia project is in the Batchawana Greenstone Belt located approximately 60 kilometres north of Sault Ste Marie, Ontario and hosts several former small high grade (greater than 1 percent copper) mines. The mineralization exhibits coincident positive magnetic and conductivity signatures due to the presence of sulphide mineralization and magnetite. Ten mineralized breccia (copper-silver +/- molybdenum with significant concentrations 
of rhenium) of varying dimensions have been located along with a number of strong positive magnetic signatures which have not been explored. 
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Boss Property
The National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report identified an 8km by 6km area the majority of which occurs within the Boss project that hosts all the copper-gold mineralization, six areas of skarn development, alteration and intrusive activity which supports the porphyry copper-gold exploration model.
In the year ended December 31, 2017, the Company wrote down the capitalized exploration and evaluation of the
property in the amount of $51,274 (2016 - $7,243,689). The write-down was taken to recognize difficult financing conditions which have delayed further development of the property over a number of years.

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Buena Vista Property
 Q4 2012, ExGen completed a surface mapping and sampling program to evaluate the sources of the Titan-24 chargeability signatures identified on the north and south ends of the property in 2011. These areas of chargeability (anomalies) are interpreted to represent buried copper mineralization. The field work suggests a strong correlation between the chargeability anomalies and copper mineralization exposed in outcrop. The most significant result of the 2012 field program is that in addition to the previously identified iron carbonate alteration, copper mineralization also
occurs over large areas (up to 20m by 20m) in outcrop in what is described as hydrothermally altered (sericitehematite)
volcanic rocks.
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