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Brunswick Exploration

TSXV:BRW

Exploring High-Grade Copper and Gold Projects in New Brunswick and Quebec

Company Highlights

  • Brunswick Exploration is focused on exploring and developing a diversified portfolio of highly prospective critical minerals projects in Eastern Canada.
  • The company's Quebec-critical mineral projects include the Pontiac Lithium project, the North Shore lithium project, the Bay-James lithium project and the nickel-copper Lac Edouard project.
  • The company acquired additional lithium and tin properties in west central Nova Scotia, staking multiple claim groups totaling 115,837 hectares, as well as multiple claim groups in central New Brunswick, totaling 42,737 hectares.
  • Brunswick Exploration management team includes Robert Wares, founder of Osisko Mining.
  • The company completed its acquisition of additional pegmatite fields in the James Bay region of Quebec increasing its holding to approximately 810 claims totaling 42,892 hectares,
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Overview

Investing in commodities can prove to be quite risky. Investors are often plagued with the ups and downs of the commodities cycle, dealing with everything from price declines to reduced cash flow. However, the commodities market can be an excellent addition to an investment portfolio — it simply takes a wise investment strategy to capitalize on the highs of the market.

Portfolio diversification allows mining companies to hedge against price declines and minimize the risks associated with the fluctuating values of a singular commodity by expanding its portfolio across multiple commodity markets. As a result, mining companies with diversified portfolios may prove to be an interesting investment for investors seeking less risky commodity investments.

Brunswick Exploration (TSXV:BRW) has a diversified portfolio of highly prospective critical minerals properties in Eastern Canada. The company offers shareholders access to a highly experienced management team and board of directors with a focus on grassroot exploration.

The company's exploration team is led by Robert Wares, founder of the Osisko Group of Companies. Wares is an established and award-winning professional geologist with over 35 years of experience in mineral exploration and development. Wares has a proven track record of world-class discovery, including the Canadian Malartic bulk tonnage gold mine, which later became one of the largest-producing gold mines in Canada.

Brunswick Exploration's notable projects include Pontiac Lithium and North Shore Lithium in Quebec, as well as the Catamaran property in New Brunswick and the NS Critical Minerals package in Nova Scotia. The company also has the Fundy Gold and Bathurst Mining Camp.

The company has a tightly held structure with strong shareholder support. Brunswick Exploration's capital structure consists of 131,369,712 shares outstanding, 12,500,000 warrants, and 3,600,000 options for a total of 147,469,712 fully-diluted shares.

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Overview

Investing in commodities can prove to be quite risky. Investors are often plagued with the ups and downs of the commodities cycle, dealing with everything from price declines to reduced cash flow. However, the commodities market can be an excellent addition to an investment portfolio — it simply takes a wise investment strategy to capitalize on the highs of the market.

Portfolio diversification allows mining companies to hedge against price declines and minimize the risks associated with the fluctuating values of a singular commodity by expanding its portfolio across multiple commodity markets. As a result, mining companies with diversified portfolios may prove to be an interesting investment for investors seeking less risky commodity investments.

Brunswick Exploration (TSXV:BRW) has a diversified portfolio of highly prospective critical minerals properties in Eastern Canada. The company offers shareholders access to a highly experienced management team and board of directors with a focus on grassroot exploration.

The company's exploration team is led by Robert Wares, founder of the Osisko Group of Companies. Wares is an established and award-winning professional geologist with over 35 years of experience in mineral exploration and development. Wares has a proven track record of world-class discovery, including the Canadian Malartic bulk tonnage gold mine, which later became one of the largest-producing gold mines in Canada.

Brunswick Exploration's notable projects include Pontiac Lithium and North Shore Lithium in Quebec, as well as the Catamaran property in New Brunswick and the NS Critical Minerals package in Nova Scotia. The company also has the Fundy Gold and Bathurst Mining Camp.

The company has a tightly held structure with strong shareholder support. Brunswick Exploration's capital structure consists of 131,369,712 shares outstanding, 12,500,000 warrants, and 3,600,000 options for a total of 147,469,712 fully-diluted shares.

Company Highlights

  • Brunswick Exploration is focused on exploring and developing a diversified portfolio of highly prospective critical minerals projects in Eastern Canada.
  • The company's Quebec-critical mineral projects include the Pontiac Lithium project, the North Shore lithium project, the Bay-James lithium project and the nickel-copper Lac Edouard project.
  • The company acquired additional lithium and tin properties in west central Nova Scotia, staking multiple claim groups totaling 115,837 hectares, as well as multiple claim groups in central New Brunswick, totaling 42,737 hectares.
  • Brunswick Exploration management team includes Robert Wares, founder of Osisko Mining.
  • The company completed its acquisition of additional pegmatite fields in the James Bay region of Quebec increasing its holding to approximately 810 claims totaling 42,892 hectares,

Key Projects

Fundy Gold

The Fundy Gold project is a high-grade, multi-ounce and gold-polymetallic project, located west of the city of Saint John in Southern New Brunswick, Canada. The project consists of 40 kilometers of strike length along the Fundy Shear Zone, a regional, deep-rooted, and unexplored Appalachian fault system. The project includes the Little Lepreau, Roger's Lake, and Shadow Lake sub-property.

The Fundy Gold project has seen minimal drilling over the years and remains underexplored. The company is currently conducting a significant prospecting initiative across the entire land area to identify new areas of interest.

Grassroot Lithium Portfolio


The combined critical metals land package in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia includes 2000 claims, covering a surface in excess of 150,000 hectares. This rapidly growing portfolio contains multiple historical showings and over 150 peraluminous pegmatite dykes, coincident with lithium till and rock anomalies that have seen no exploration.

Nova Scotia Critical Metals Project Overview

The properties comprise 87 licenses and 6,524 claims, with a total surface area of 105,624 hectares, located roughly 30 kilometers west of Halifax. The properties contain over 100 pegmatite dykes within the South Mountain Batholith (SMB) that have seen no exploration for lithium — spodumene mineralization. Government of Nova Scotia till samples were taken at roughly two-kilometer spacing over areas underlain by multiple Devonian granitoids of the SMB as well as Cambrian Meguma sediments. Multiple till and rock samples from the government database returned highly anomalous lithium and tin values. It is important to note that the East Kemptville Tin mine and the Brazil Lake lithium deposit are within, or in close proximity to, the SMB.

New Brunswick - Catamaran Lithium Project Overview

The Properties comprise 8 claims and 1,821 units with a total surface area of 40,363 hectares. They are located roughly 30 kilometers south east of Plaster Rock and roughly 30 kilometers east of Florenceville-Bristol. Including previously staked ground, the property is host to over 60 pegmatites that have seen little to no exploration work. Till samples collected by the Government of New Brunswick were taken at roughly two-kilometer spacing and are underlain by pegmatitic granites and gneissic to migmatitic sediments from the Devonian and Ordovician. Highlights from the survey include an 11-kilometer till anomaly containing nine samples between 53 to 103 ppm of lithium, neighbouring known beryllium and pegmatite occurrences.

North Shore Lithium Project Overview

Brunswick Exploration has identified approximately 30 pegmatite dykes and sills on its North Shore Lithium Project, with a minimum strike length of 1,200 metres, as well as dozens of smaller pegmatite dykes. The longest pegmatite identified through satellite imagery and geological compilation measures approximately 14 kilometres in strike length. None of the pegmatites on the North Shore Lithium Project have seen exploration for lithium and all consist of S-type pegmatites containing any combination of indicator minerals, including muscovite, garnet, tourmaline and beryl. Lithium-bearing LCT pegmatites are metal enriched S-type pegmatites that may also contain cesium, tantalum, beryllium, and tin mineralization. Brunswick Exploration will begin a prospecting campaign in this area in late Q3 2022, first focusing its efforts on the previously-disclosed Pontiac Lithium Project.

Bathurst Mining Camp

The Bathurst Mining Camp project is a high-grade base metal VMS project located in the Bathurst Mining Camp, south of the city of Bathurst in New Brunswick. The Bathurst Mining Camp project consists of the Key Anacon and Gilmour South deposits found in the eastern portion of the Bathurst Mining Camp. The property features zinc-lead-copper-silver-bearing sulphide mineralization, host-rock types and alteration that mimics deposits found in the prolific Brunswick Belt. Exploration in the camp will focus on the highly prospective Brunswick Belt.

Lac Edouard

The Lac Edouard project is a nickel-copper project located in Quebec.

Drilling was conducted on the property in summer 2021. The company is currently awaiting assay results from the summer drilling program.

The company is currently prospecting and conducting geological mapping on the property. A ground geophysical survey began in November 2021 to confirm an airborne anomaly.

Management Team

Robert Wares - P. Geo Chairman and CEO

Robert Wares is a professional geologist with over 35 years of experience in mineral exploration and development. He was responsible for the discovery of the Canadian Malartic bulk tonnage gold mine. The Canadian Malartic bulk tonnage gold mine was subsequently developed by Osisko Mining Inc. into one of Canada's largest gold producers. Among other awards, Wares was a co-winner of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's "Prospector of the Year Award" for 2007. Wares was also named, together with John Burzynski and Sean Roosen as "Mining Men of the Year" for 2009 by the Northern Miner. Wares also sits on the board of directors of Osisko Metals Inc. Wares has a Bachelor of Science and an Honorary Doctorate in Earth Sciences from McGill University.

Killian Charles - President

From 2017 to 2021, Killian Charles worked as VP of corporate development for Osisko Metals. Mr. Charles was previously the manager of corporate development at Integra Gold Corp. Integra Gold Corp was an advanced stage gold development company until it was acquired by Eldorado Gold in July of 2017. Before that, he worked as a mining analyst at Industrial Alliance Securities and Laurentian Bank Securities. As a mining analyst, Mr. Charles covered small and mid-cap exploration and production companies. Mr. Charles holds a Bachelor of Science with a Major in Earth and Planetary Sciences from McGill University.

Jeffrey Hussey - P. Geo and Director

Jeffrey Hussey is a P. Geo. who has 32 years of professional experience in the mining industry. He has worked in both open pit and underground mine operations at various stages of mine life from start-up to mine closure. More recently, Hussey worked in mineral exploration and development projects. He spent nineteen years with Noranda/Falconbridge. His mine operation experience includes work at the Brunswick No. 12 mine, Gaspé Copper mines, the Antamina mine start-up in Peru and the Raglan mine in Northern Quebec. Hussey was the senior scientist with the Mining Technology Group at the Noranda Technology Center in 2002. In this role, Hussey enhanced his network into the metallurgical research and mining innovation fields. Hussey is president and COO of Osisko Metals. Hussey has a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of New Brunswick.

Amy Satov B.A., LL.B., M.B.A - Director

Amy Satov is the senior legal counsel of Nuvei Technologies Corp. since April 2020. Satov holds a B.A., LL.B. and M.B.A. Satov currently serves as a director and chair of multiple committees at various organizations, including the corporate governance committee of Osisko Mining Inc., the compensation committee of O3 Mining Inc. and the corporate governance and compensation committee of Brunswick Exploration Inc. (. Formerly, she also served as chief executive officer of BL Solutions Inc., a national lighting distributor, from November 2019 to March 2020. Satov also served as a director and chair of the audit committee of Cannara Biotech Inc. up to January 2020 and the chief executive officer of Litron Distributors Ltd. up to April 2020.

Before 2012, Satov was the executive vice president of legal, compliance and distribution and corporate secretary of DundeeWealth Inc. DundeeWealth Inc. is a wealth management company with $80 billion of assets under management that was acquired by The Bank of Nova Scotia in 2011. In this role, Satov oversaw all legal and compliance matters and was actively involved in DundeeWealth's expansion into Europe and the U.S. Satov also sat on various subsidiary boards of DundeeWealth. She advised on all M&A activities as well as securities, regulatory and other corporate commercial matters at DundeeWealth. In 2010, Satov was recognized by Strathmore's "Who's Who" for excellence and achievement in her profession.

Mathieu Savard - P. Geo and Director

Mathieu Savard is a graduate of the Universite du Quebec a Montreal with a bachelor's degree in earth sciences. Savard has over 20 years of experience in the mining industry. Savard previously served as the senior vice president of exploration at Osisko Mining. Before joining Osisko Mining in 2016, Savard was a senior member of the Osisko Exploration James Bay, Virginia Mines and Virginia Gold Mines teams. Savard was a key member of the Virginia team which received the Association de l'Exploration Miniere du Québec's Prospector of the Year Award in 2004. The team also received the PDAC's prestigious Bill Dennis Award in 2006 for the discovery of the Eleonore gold deposit. Along with the Osisko Mining management and exploration team, Savard also received the AEMQ 2017 Discovery of the Year Award for the discovery of the Lynx deposit at Windfall. Savard is a registered P.Geo as a member of the Ordre des Géologues du Québec. Savard is also chairman of the board and a director of the AEMQ.

André Le Bel - LL.B. and Director

André Le Bel was appointed as vice president of legal affairs and corporate secretary of Osisko Mining in February 2015. From November 2007 to June 2014, Le Bel was vice president of legal affairs and corporate secretary of Osisko Mining Corporation.* Le Bel was the vice president of legal affairs at IAMGOLD Corporation from November 2006 to October 2007. Before November 2006, Le Bel was senior legal counsel and assistant corporate secretary of Cambior Inc. He is also the corporate secretary of Falco Resources Ltd.

Pierre Colas, Director

Pierre Colas has been a corporate director since 2014. He was previously vice president of corporate financing at Industrielle Alliance Securities from 2009 to 2014. He was also the vice president of corporate financing at Desjardins Securities from 2005 to 2009.

*Disclaimer: This profile is sponsored by Brunswick Exploration ( TSXV:BRW ). This profile provides information which was sourced by the Investing News Network (INN) and approved by Brunswick Exploration in order to help investors learn more about the company. Brunswick Exploration is a client of INN. The company's campaign fees pay for INN to create and update this profile.

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