Copper North Mining

Copper Resource in Canada’s Yukon Territory

Overview

Copper North Mining Corp. (TSXV:COL) is a mineral exploration and development company focused on transforming the Carmacks project into a low-cost, environmentally sustainable, copper and precious metals producer. Carmacks is a near-term producer and is partially permitted for construction.

The Carmacks project is 100 percent owned by Copper North and located 220 kilometers northwest of Whitehorse, in the mining-friendly Yukon Territory. The project is road accessible and located 11 kilometers from grid power.

Copper North Mining Carmacks Project

Copper North’s Carmacks Project – Key Values

  • Advanced-stage:
    • Approximately 3.5 years to production
    • Positioned to take advantage of any potential copper supply shortfalls
    • Partly permitted to build
    • Feasibility engineering-level open pit mining, waste rock management and infrastructure designs
  • Low-cost copper producer:
    • C1 cash cost of US$1.08 per pound after precious metal credits (2016 PEA)
  • Established regional infrastructure:
    • Road accessible
    • 11 kilometers from Yukon grid power (94 percent hydro generated in 2018)
  • High-grade oxide copper-goldsilver mineral resource:
    • Drilling in 2015 and 2017 increased the oxide mineral resource tonnage by 36 percent, potentially adding 2.5 years to the currently planned seven-year mine life, with further exploration potential remaining on the property (2016 PEA and April 9, 2018 news release)
    • Underlying sulfide mineral resource open at depth along the entire oxide strike length
  • Engineered for environmentally sustainable copper production:
    • Dry stack tailings management, grid power, cathode copper production on-site with no smelting required