Harfang Exploration Inc.

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Harfang Exploration Inc. is a mining exploration company whose primary mission is to discover new gold districts in the province of Quebec. The Company’s development model is based on the generation of new mining projects and on the establishment of partnerships with major exploration and mining companies to advance its mining projects.
Website

http://www.harfangexploration.com

http://www.harfangexploration.com

Headquarters

1100 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal Suite 300 Montreal, Québec H3B 2S2

Public Issuance

2017

Shares Outstanding

31.82m

Corporate Filings

SEDAR

Stock Symbol

HAR:CA

location_on1100 Avenue des Canadiens-de-Montréal Suite 300 Montreal, Québec H3B 2S2
 3 Reasons to invest
  1. EXCELLENT SHARE STRUCTURE WITH STRONG SUPPORT FROM THE OSISKO GROUP & QUÉBEC INSTITUTIONAL FUNDS

  2. WELL FINANCED WITH $2.4 MILLION IN WORKING CAPITAL, NO DEBT

  3. PROPERTIES 100%-OWNED BY HARFANG

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LAC MÉNARIK PROJECT






93 claims (47.8 km2) 100%-held by Harfang (33F06); 2% NSR Osisko Gold Royalties; Easily accessible; 5 km east of the James Bay road, 30 km southeast of the La Grande airport; 45 km south of Radisson; 2 powerlines run through the mining claims; Property located in the La Grande Archean Subprovince (Superior Province); includes volcano-sedimentary rocks (Yasinski Group), intermediate to felsic intrusive rocks (Duncan Suite and Amisach Wat Pluton), sedimentary rocks with a Timiskaming-type conglomerate (Ekomiak Formation), and ultramafic and mafic lamprophyres; greenschist to amphibolite facies (metamorphic contrast along the Lac Ménarik Fault);
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MÉNARIK EST PROJECT



68 claims (34.9 km2) 100%-held by Harfang (33F06); no NSR;
Easily accessible; 12 km east of the James Bay Road and 7 km north of the Transtaiga Road, 35 km southeast of the La Grande airport; 50 km southeast of Radisson; powerlines near mining claims;
Property in the La Grande Archean Subprovince (Superior Province); mainly intermediate to felsic intrusive rocks (Duncan Suite and/or Langelier Complex) and ultramafic-mafic layered intrusion (Ménarik Complex); minor volcano-sedimentary assemblage (Yasinski Group);
Historical resources: 6.34 Mt @ 7.73 wt% Cr2O3, 398 ppb Pd and 105 ppb Pt; 1.06 Mt @ 0.38 wt% Ni and 0.15 wt% Cu (resources non-compliant to CIM standards as requested by the NI 43-101); excellent drilling database (with over 36,000 m);
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LAC FAGNANT PROJECT
74 claims (36.5 km2) held in a joint venture between Harfang (50%) and Kenorland (50%) (33N02); no NSR; Property located in Nunavik (Québec) some 55 km east of Kuujjuarapik and 160 km north of Radisson; majority of claims inside Category II Lands; Accessible by air transportation (helicopter or floatplane); Property located in the northwestern portion of the Great Whale Archean greenstone belt (Bienville Subprovince, Superior Province); belt mainly composed of basalts and clastic and orthochemical (banded iron formation) sedimentary rocks (Fagnant Group); minor peridotite, gabbro and felsic volcanic and intrusive rocks; surrounded by Kouri granitoids; greenschist to amphibolite facies; Great Whale iron deposit (538 Mt @ 36.7% Fe) in the southern part of the belt (outside the property);
Belt divided into two branches made up of abundant basaltic rocks; the eastern volcanic band appears relatively fresh and undeformed whereas the western one is variably affected by regional deformation ranging from slightly schistosed to highly sheared; structural pattern suggests polyphased deformation of the belt; known gold occurrences are more dominant in the western band;
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SERPENT PROJECT
255 claims (132 km2) 100%-held by Harfang (33F02 and 33F03); no NSR;
Two claim blocks located 85 km southeast of Radisson and 10 km east of the James Bay Road; the eastern limit of the property is next to the Sakami Gold Project (Canada Strategic Metals/Matamec Exploration); 2 powerlines run through the southern block; Accessible by air (helicopter or floatplane) and by boat from lake Sakami; Located in the La Grande Subprovince (Superior Province); mainly foliated to gneissic intermediate to felsic intrusive rocks (Duncan Suite and/or Langelier Complex) with narrow dismembered volcano-sedimentary sequences and an elongated ultramafic intrusion (sill?) extending for at least 20 km; nearly no historical exploration work in the area; Many gold and/or copper showings discovered during a brief prospecting phase by Harfang in 2017; mineralization is hosted in quartz and sulfide veins cutting across foliated to gneissic tonalite; 6 grab samples (out of 133) above 0.5 g/t Au including 1.77, 2.60 and 4.11 g/t; 6 samples above 0.5% Cu (up to 2.11%);
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LAC AULNEAU PROJECT
132 claims (62.0 km2) 100%-held by Harfang (SNRC 24C15, 24C16 and 24F02); no NSR; property located 125 km south of Kuujjuaq and 265 km north of Schefferville; only accessible by aerial transportation;
6 prospects and showings inside the property limits: Marymac I, Island, Lepage, Float, Redcliff, Nine South; the Marymac II prospect is located some 300 m east of the property limits; Historical resources published in previous exploration reports for 4 of the mineralized sites: 1,088,000 Mt @ 2.02% Cu, 0.45% Ni, 1.0 g/t Pt and 3.1 g/t Pd for Lepage et Island zones combined, 1,068,000 Mt @ 2.09% Cu and 0.51% Ni for the Redcliff prospect and 133,000 Mt @ 2.10% Cu et 0.43% Ni for the Float prospect (resources not compliant to CIM standards as requested by the NI 43-101);
Lithologies belonging to Paleoproterozoic units of the Labrador Through, in the central portion of the New-Québec Orogen;
Cu-Ni-Pt-Pd mineralization hosted in glomeroporphyritic gabbroic (± pyroxenitic) sills emplaced in effusive and pyroclastic volcanic rocks of the Murdoch Formation; 2 main mineralization types: 1) magmatic mineralization with semi-massive to massive sulfides (rarely disseminated) in sills, 2) late hydrothermal mineralization most commonly on the edge of sills and in adjacent volcano-sedimentary rocks; type 2 is often anomalous in gold and silver;

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