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1 August 2014 Investor Presentation Colonial Coal International Corporation TSX-V: CAD Western Canada’s Leading Coking Coal Developer

2 TSX-V: CAD Legal Disclaimers This presentation may contain forward-looking statements, and forward looking information under applicable securities laws including management’s expectations of future production, cash flow and earnings. These statements are based on current expectations that involve a number of risks and uncertainties, which could cause actual results to differ from those anticipated. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to: the risks associated with the commodity industry (e.g. operational risks in development, exploration and production; delays or changes in plans with respect to exploration or development projects or capital expenditures; the uncertainty of reserve estimates; the uncertainty of estimates and projections relating to production, costs and expenses, and health, safety and environmental risks), commodity price, price and exchange rate fluctuation and uncertainties resulting from potential delays or changes in plans with respect to exploration or development projects or capital expenditures. There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Colonial Coal undertakes no duty to update any of the forward-looking information herein. The reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The scientific and technical information relating to the Huguenot property has been derived from the Huguenot Technical Report dated September 4, 2012, a copy of which will be filed on sedar.com under Colonial Coal International Corp., copies of the technical report will be made available to investors on request. The information contained in this document has not been reviewed or approved by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission or any provincial or state securities regulatory authority. Any representation to the contrary is unlawful. This document does not include a complete description of Colonial Coal or any offering. Any offer of securities Colonial Coal will be made only pursuant to a subscription agreement and the provisions of applicable law. Any securities to be offered for sale by Colonial Coal are not expected to be registered in the United States under the Securities Act or under any state securities laws. Cautionary Note to US Investors Concerning Resource Estimate: The resource estimates in this document were prepared in accordance with National Instrument , adopted by the Canadian Securities Administrators. The requirements of National Instrument differ significantly from the requirements of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”). In this document, we use the terms “measured,” “indicated”, and “inferred” resources. Although these terms are required and recognized in Canada, the SEC does not recognize them. The SEC permits US mining companies, in their filings with the SEC, to disclose only those mineral deposits that constitute “reserves.” Under United States standards, mineralization may not be classified as a reserve unless the determination has been made that the mineralization could be economically and legally extracted at the time the determination is made. United States investors should not assume that all or any portion of a measured or indicated resource will ever be converted into “reserves”. Further, “inferred resources” have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence and whether they can be mined economically or legally, and United States investors should not assume that “inferred resources” exist or can be legally or economically mined, or that they will ever be upgraded to a higher category. 1

3 TSX-V: CAD Company Snapshot 2 Strategic Location High Quality Coking Coal Experienced Management Team David AustinChief Executive Officer and Chairman John PerryChief Operating Officer and Director William Filtness, CAChief Financial Officer Perry BraunBusiness Development Source: Company disclosure, FactSet Huguenot: Measured and Indicated(Mt)277.7 Inferred(Mt)119.2 Flatbed: Est. Flatbed Resources(Mt)~100+ Huguenot HCC – Simulated Clean Coal Quality (air dried basis) Moisture(%)0.91 Volatile Matter(%)23.89 Ash(%)7.83 Sulphur(%)0.40 Phosphorus(%)0.044 FSI6.5 – 7.0 CSR Significant Upside Potential Huguenot and Flatbed – great exploration upside Watson Island MoU – port investment opportunities Located in a prolific coal belt – significant M&A activities Proximity to Asian market – secured export market BRITISH COLUMBIA ALBERTA Vancouver Prince Rupert Fort Nelson Neptune Terminals Westshore Terminals Key Huguenot Flatbed Project Coal Fields City CN Rail Roads Huguenot Dawson Creek Tumbler Ridge Chetwynd Flatbed

4 TSX-V: CAD Peace River Coalfield Hudson’s Hope Ridley Terminals Fort St John Chetwynd ALBERTA BC Tumbler Ridge Carbon Creek (Cardero) Resources: 334 Mt Target Production: 2.9 Mtpa 13 Trefi (Anglo Pacific) Resources: 90 Mt 7 7 Gething (CKDI) Est. Resources: 786 Mt Target Production: 2.0 Mtpa Wapiti River (Canadian Dehua) Est. Resource: 7,000 Mt Est. Prod’n: 6.0 Mtpa 15 Willow Creek (Walter) Reserves: 30 Mt Resources: 51 Mt Production : 1.7 Mtpa (idled) Brule (Walter) Reserves: 20 Mt Resources: 34 Mt Production 2.0 Mtpa (idled) Wolverine (Walter) Reserves: 49 Mt Resources: 70 Mt Production : 3.0Mtpa (idled) Quintette (Teck) Target Production: 3.0 Mtpa 1 1 Atrum Coal PRC Project Exploration Target: 25 Mt Murray River (HD Intl. Mining) Resources: 3,180 Mt (inferred) Target Production: 6 Mtpa 9 9 Trend (Anglo American) Reserves: 23 Mt Resources: 45 Mt Production: 2 Mtpa (active) Belcourt Saxon JV (Walter (50%) / Anglo (50%)) Reserves: 86 Mt Resources: 171 Mt Target Production: 4 Mtpa 12 Suska (8) & Sukunka (9) (Glencore / JX Nippon) Reserves: 61 Mt (Sukunka only) Resources: 319 & 236 Mt Target Production: 9.5 Mtpa Target Production Start: Mt. Duke (Teck) Resources: 281 Mt Note: Peace River Basin map is for illustrative purpose only Source: BC Ministry of Energy, Company filings, Industry Publications and News Sources, Mines and Petroleum Resources 25 km 1 1 Flatbed / Huguenot (Colonial Coal) Huguenot Resources: 397 Mt Flatbed Target Resources: 100+Mt Anglo Coal Anglo Pacific Atrum Coal Belcourt Saxon JV Canadian Dehua Cardero Colonial Coal HD Mining International Kailuan Dehua (CKDI) Teck Walter Energy Glencore Other Coal Tenures & Apps Railroad 3

5 TSX-V: CAD Unparalleled Investment Opportunity ●Invest in one of the largest deposits of premium quality hard coking coal in western Canada The only Canadian listed, publicly traded pure-play coking coal company in western Canada Targeted open pit and underground mineable resource of 397 Mt at Huguenot Project (“Huguenot”) Potential for large tonnage deposit at Flatbed Project (“Flatbed”) in proximity to Trend and Quintette mines ●The only junior coal company in western Canada to have a stake in a port development project Recent MoU regarding potential development of port facility at Watson Island ●Gain exposure to one of the most active coal basins in a mining friendly jurisdiction with excellent infrastructure in place Recent acquisitions by Walter Energy (“Walter”), Anglo American (“Anglo”), Glencore, and Winsway/Marubeni amongst others Capacity expansion underway at western Canadian ports ●Strategically located coal properties adjacent to major projects provide logical buyers and partnership opportunities Huguenot located between Anglo’s and Walter’s Belcourt Saxon JV Flatbed located adjacent to Anglo’s producing Trend mine and Teck’s proposed Window open pit (Quintette) ●Highly experienced management team with a proven track record in the Peace River Coalfield Highly capable management team with significant prior experience advancing other development projects to production in the region ●Provides exposure to long-term Asian growth story whilst staying invested in a safe jurisdiction Increasing demand for high quality coking coal driven by long term Asian growth Western Canadian coal projects have cost advantaged access to East Asian markets 4

6 TSX-V: CAD Experienced Management and Board 5 David Austin Chairman, President & CEO ● Founder of Western Coal, NEMI and now CCIC William Filtness CFO ● Over 25 years experience as a director or officer for mining companies ● Director of Lions Gate Metals Inc. – former CFO of Sprott Resources, South American Silver, and NEMI John Perry COO & Director ● Over 38 years experience as a geologist (over 35 years as a consultant): worked on many coal projects in northeastern BC Wayne Walters Director ● Geological consultant and former director of Running Fox Resources and NEMI Tony Hammond Director ● Chairman and MD of Great Orme Mines and a former director for NEMI Ian Downie Director ● Professional negotiator with an established mediation and dispute resolution consulting company Perry Braun Corporate Development ● Over 25 years of Capital Markets experience in Toronto, London, New York and Vancouver Management Team and Board of Directors

7 TSX-V: CAD Coking Coal Quality Benchmark (Product Coal) Select Benchmarks % / kcal Millions Tonnes Met Coal Global RangeCanadian Range HCC Benchmark Colonial Coal (Wapiti River) (Murray River) (Gething)(Huguenot) (Carbon Creek) (Suska)(Mt. Duke)(Sukunka)(Trefi)(Wolverine Mine) (Willow Creek Mine) (Trend Mine) (Brule Mine) Source: WoodMac Metallurgical Coal Reserve / Resource Size Benchmark Select Peace River Coalfield Based Peers SurfaceUndergroundTotal Measured Indicated Inferred Total Huguenot Resource Estimate (mm tonnes) One of the Largest Premium Hard Coking Coal Deposits in the Region ●Huguenot has a contained resource of 397 million tonnes, making it one of the largest deposits in the region ■ Deposit at the resource stage ●Huguenot's metallurgical coal quality ranks as a premium coal product ■ Contains low sulfur and low phosphorus ■ Similar composition to Anglo's nearby Trend mine (premium product exported to Asia) 6 % / kcal * (2) Source: CCIC, company reports 1. Joint venture between Anglo American and Walter 2. Represent contained reserves Belcourt Saxon (1) (Belcourt) (2)

8 TSX-V: CAD Potential to Jointly Develop Shared Infrastructure Ridley Terminal (Window Pit Area) (Wolverine) (Belcourt Saxon) (Flatbed) (Wapiti River) (Trend) Strategic Location With Significant Partnership Opportunities ●Sharing in the development of joint infrastructure (roads / rail) with other potential operators in the region would lower initial capital costs at Huguenot ■ PEA contemplates a third party built railway used by other potential producers in the region ■ 85 km rail spur (+/- overland conveyer) to connect the project to the existing main rail line ● If not built by an independent third party, the railway could be constructed on a shared basis with other coal producers and rail providers in the region. ■ Huguenot is adjacent to the Belcourt Project (Anglo American / Walter Energy) ■ Other nearby properties are owned by Teck Resources and Canadian Dehua (private joint venture including major Chinese state-owned steel producers) ●Rail access by other projects would reduce costs and provide practical benefits ■ Development / operating costs would be distributed across all operators in the region for greater scale and lower per tonne cost ■ While rail is the preferred mode of transportation in the region, trucking coal is viable but more expensive on a per tonne basis 7 (Huguenot) (Rail Head) Tumbler Ridge

9 TSX-V: CAD Bituminous Sub-bituminous Lignite Coal Rank Infrastructure Canada AB Peace River Coalfield Huguenot Dawson Creek Tumbler Ridge Chetwynd Flatbed 85 km from rail load- out facility Flatbed Huguenot Available Rail and Port Capacity to Access Export Markets ●Production from Huguenot would be shipped via rail to export terminals on the west coast of British Columbia ●Rail lines out of the Peace River Coalfield are operated by a Class I Canadian carrier (CN Rail, largest railway company in Canada) and have available capacity to support future production from Huguenot ■ Coal is hauled vial rail approximately 1,000 km to the Ridley Terminal in Prince Rupert ●The Ridley Terminal is a deep water port with 2014 targeted capacity of 25 mtpa (expansion to be completed 2014, current capacity is 12 mtpa) ■ One of the deepest, ice free natural harbours in the world ■ 100% owned by the Government of Canada ■ Capable of supporting capesize vessels (250,000 DWT) ■ An additional 13 mtpa of capacity will be available in 2014 (post expansion) ■ Potential expansion to an additional 30 mtpa (option is currently under review) Port Facility / Coal Terminal CN Railway CP Railway 8

10 TSX-V: CAD ●Western Canada has vast coal resources including some of the world’s highest quality coking coals ■ ~21 Mt of met coal exports in 2012 ■ ~26 Mt of met coal exports expected by 2015 ●The region enjoys access to low-cost power, high-quality road and rail networks and major deep water seaports ●British Columbian ports provide the closest port of entry on the west coast of North America to Asia ●Western Canada has seen significant M&A activities ■ Walter Energy acquires Western Coal - $3.3bn ■ Anglo American acquires 25% of Peace River Coal held by NEMI and Hillsborough - $166mm ■ Xstrata (1) acquires First Coal and Lossan - $193mm ■ Winsway and Marubeni jointly acquire Grande Cache Coal -$1bn ■ Xstrata (1) acquires Sukunka asset from Talisman Energy - $500mm ■ JX Nippon acquires 25% in Xstrata (1) Coal BC JV - $435mm Canadian Met Coal Supply by Project Source: AME, BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Note: Shipping Days calculated at vessel speed of 15 knots Western Canadian Coal Poised for Growth 9 Access to East Asian Markets Western Canadian Coal Overview China Dalian Guangzhou Hong Kong Shanghai Tianjin Japan British Columbia Vancouver Prince Rupert India Mumbai Kobe Tokyo Chennai Kolkata Pusan Korea To Shanghai – 4,642 miles To Tokyo – 3,830 miles To Shanghai – 5,092 miles To Tokyo – 4,280 miles Closer to Japan than Newcastle: Newcastle to Tokyo – 4,284 miles 00.0 Shipping Days from Prince Rupert Shipping Days from Vancouver Note: Met coal includes all coals directed to metallurgical end markets (i.e. coking coals and PCI coals) 1. Now Glencore

11 TSX-V: CAD Port Facility / Coal Terminal CN Railway CP Railway Bituminous Sub-bituminous Lignite Western Canadian Coal Companies Coal Rank Infrastructure World Class Infrastructure ●CN Rail provides access to Ridley Terminals ●Deep-water coal loading facilities at Ridley Terminals Current capacity 12 Mtpa Terminal Modification Project underway to increase capacity to 25 Mtpa –$200mm project started in August 2011 –Development in four phases – P1 complete –P4 completion by the end of 2014 –Further expansion of 30 Mtpa upon government approval ●No port or rail capacity constraints 10 Extensive Regional Infrastructure Unencumbered Access to Export Markets Westshore Terminals Ridley Terminals PRINCE RUPERT FORT NELSON Neptune Terminals BRITISH COLUMBIA ALBERT A SASKATCHEW AN SASKATOON REGINA EDMONTON FORT MCMURRAY HAY RIVER VANCOUVER CALGARY PRINCE GEORGE

12 TSX-V: CAD Watson Island Investment Upside 11 ● In 2012, Colonial Coal through its subsidiary Watson Island Development Corp. (Watco) entered into an MoU with Lax Kw’alaams Band and Metlakatla First Nations (“Coast Tsimshian Nation”) for the formation of a JV for the potential acquisition of the Watson Island ● Watco has an exclusive arrangement (“Exclusivity Agreement”) with the City of Prince Rupert to purchase Watson Island ● Watco will compensate the City of Prince Rupert for actual land expenses in accordance with the terms of the Exclusivity Agreement ● Watco has undertaken a feasibility investigation in relation to the development of Watson Island ● Watson Island is envisioned as a multi-product bulk commodity port and offers a potential and exciting solution to expand coal export capacity in British Columbia in light of increasing regional coal production ● Watco is currently in litigation with the City of Prince Rupert in connection with the acquisition of Watson Island Potential site for establishment of a bulk terminal on Watson Island 3 Ridley terminals is reaching its current throughput capacity of 12 Mtpa 1 Tsimpsian Peninsula Prince Rupert Airport Digby Island Tuck Inlet Port Edward Smith Island Kinahan Islands Ridley Island Prince Rupert Grain Ridley Terminals (Coal) CN Rail Prince Rupert Kaien Island Fairview Terminal Proposed Expansion To Prince George724 km To Edmonton1,461 km To Vancouver1,502 km Planned site for expansion of Ridley Terminals to 25 Mtpa 2 Watson Island

13 TSX-V: CAD Attractive Market Outlook Source: AME 1. CAGR based on 2013 and 2020E met coal demand Top 5 Countries by Met Coal Demand (Mt) Exposure to High Growth Asian Markets ●Favourable global demand dynamics High growth in demand driven by developing countries such as China and India ●Adverse supply conditions Emerging coal basins facing severe infrastructure challenges Established coal producing regions suffering from transportation capacity constraints Natural disasters and chronic weather related disruptions frequently exacerbate the situation ●Current pricing environment is expected to lead to further industry consolidation and will provide coal producers with increased pricing power Increasing demand, limited supply and constrained infrastructure will support higher prices in the future E 2017E 2013 Top 5 Countries Met Coal Demand CAGR (1) (%)

14 TSX-V: CAD Huguenot Coking Coal Project – 100% Interest 13 Project Location Source: Company disclosure Project Summary ●Located adjacent to the proposed Belcourt South open pit (owned by Belcourt Saxon Coal Ltd. – Anglo/Walter JV) Similar coal characteristics ●Amenable to open pit and underground mining ●1.5% royalty FOB port ●Located ~120 road-km from Quintette and PRC load- outs ●Requires an 85 km rail (or combination of a rail and overland conveyer) to link with existing rail line as per Colonial Coal’s PEA ●Proposed production of clean coal from combined surface and underground mining operations averages approximately 3Mtpa, and ranges from 1.4 Mtpa to 5.9 Mtpa over 31 year LOM

15 TSX-V: CAD Huguenot – Premium Coking Coal Characteristics ●Premium product clean coal product with low ash, low sulfur, low phosphorus, and High FSI ●Weight averaged theoretical yield of 74% 14 Seam Ash % VM % FC % S%S% FSI % P (in coal) Theoretical Yield % % RoMax D B L U D B/3BL EF A Z Clean Coal Quality Summary (dry basis)

16 TSX-V: CAD Flatbed Coking Coal Project – 100% Interest ●Property adjacent to Trend and Quintette mines ●Potential for large tonnage deposit 100+ Mt coking coal resource target ●Property located 15 Km from Quintette load out ●Potential for a 3rd pipeline crossing of Rocky Mountains to bring further infrastructure into the area of the property 15 Project LocationProject Summary

17 TSX-V: CAD Development Timeline 16 Key Milestones Achieved Initial Resource Estimate – Huguenot (North Block)Q3 – 2010 Commenced Environmental Baseline Studies – HuguenotQ2 – 2011 Applied For Additional Coal Licenses (16,425 ha) – HuguenotQ2 – 2011 Commenced Drilling Program – Huguenot (Middle & South Blocks)Q3 – 2011 Secured MoU With First Nations In Relation To Watson IslandQ4 – 2011 Released Updated NI Compliant Resource Estimate – HuguenotQ3 – 2012 Initiated Preliminary Economic Assessment – HuguenotQ1 – 2013 Complete Preliminary Economic Assessment – HuguenotQ3 – 2013 Granted 9,077 hectares of Flatbed Coal LicensesQ2 – 2014 Granted Additional 16,426 hectares of Huguenot Coal LicensesQ2 – 2014

18 TSX-V: CAD Financial Snapshot 17 Source: Company disclosure, FactSet Price - Volume ChartCapital Structure

19 TSX-V: CAD Unparalleled Investment Opportunity 18 ●Invest in one of the largest deposits of premium quality hard coking coal in western Canada The only Canadian listed, publicly traded pure-play coking coal company in western Canada Targeted open pit and underground mineable resource of 397 Mt at Huguenot Project (“Huguenot”) Potential for large tonnage deposit at Flatbed Project (“Flatbed”) in proximity to Trend and Quintette mines ●The only junior coal company in western Canada to have a stake in a port development project Recent MoU regarding potential development of port facility at Watson Island ●Gain exposure to one of the most active coal basins in a mining friendly jurisdiction with excellent infrastructure in place Recent acquisitions by Walter Energy (“Walter”), Anglo American (“Anglo”), Glencore, and Winsway/Marubeni amongst others Capacity expansion underway at western Canadian ports ●Strategically located coal properties adjacent to major projects provide logical buyers and partnership opportunities Huguenot located between Anglo’s and Walter’s Belcourt Saxon JV Flatbed located adjacent to Anglo’s producing Trend mine and Teck’s proposed Window open pit (Quintette) ●Highly experienced management team with a proven track record in the Peace River Coalfield Highly capable management team with significant prior experience advancing other development projects to production in the region ●Provides exposure to long-term Asian growth story whilst staying invested in a safe jurisdiction Increasing demand for high quality coking coal driven by long term Asian growth Western Canadian coal projects have cost advantaged access to East Asian markets

20 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Price Edward Island, Manitoba and Saskatchewan: Securities legislation in Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba and Saskatchewan provides investors in securities of the Company with certain rights of action where an offering memorandum and any amendment to it contains a misrepresentation. These remedies, or notice with respect thereto, must be exercised or delivered, as the case may be, by the investor within the time limits prescribed by the applicable securities legislation. The following are summaries of these rights. Such summaries are subject to the express provisions of applicable securities legislation, and the rules, regulations and other instruments thereunder, and reference is made to the complete text of such provisions contained therein. Such provisions may contain certain limitations and statutory defences on which the Company and others may rely. These rights are in addition to, and without derogation from, any other right the investor may have at law. Investors should refer to the applicable provisions of the securities legislation of their province for the particulars of these rights or consult with a legal adviser. For purposes of the following summaries, “Misrepresentation” means an untrue statement of a material fact or an omission to state a material fact that is necessary in order to make a statement not misleading in light of the circumstances in which it was made. 19

21 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued Ontario. If this presentation, together with any amendment to this presentation, contains a Misrepresentation, an investor in the Province of Ontario will have, without regard to whether the Misrepresentation was relied upon by the investor, a statutory right of action against the Company for damages or, at the election of the investor, against the Company, for rescission (in which case the investor will cease to have a right of action for damages), provided that: 1.no action may be commenced to enforce a right of action a)for rescission, more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; or b)for damages, more than the earlier of (i) 180 days after the investor first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, and (ii) three years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; 2.the Company will not be liable if it proves that the investor purchased the securities of the Company with knowledge of the Misrepresentation; 3.in an action for damages, the Company will not be liable for all or any portion of the damages that it proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities of the Company as a result of the Misrepresentation relied upon; and 4.in no case shall the amount recoverable exceed the price at which the securities of the Company were offered to the investor. The foregoing rights do not apply if the investor purchasing in reliance upon the "accredited investor" prospectus exemption in Section 2.3 of National Instrument Prospectus and Registration Exemptions ("NI ") is: a)a Canadian financial institution (as defined in NI ) or a Schedule III bank, meaning an authorized foreign bank named in Schedule III of the Bank Act (Canada); b)the Business Development Bank of Canada incorporated under the Business Development Bank of Canada Act (Canada); or c)a subsidiary of any person referred to in paragraphs (a) and (b), if the person owns all of the voting securities of the subsidiary, except the voting securities required by law to be owned by directors of that subsidiary. 20

22 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued Nova Scotia. If this presentation, together with any amendment to this presentation or any advertising or sales literature (as defined in the Securities Act (Nova Scotia) (the “Nova Scotia Act”)), contains a Misrepresentation and it was a Misrepresentation at the time of purchase, the investor resident in Nova Scotia will be deemed to have relied upon the Misrepresentation and will have a right of action against the Company and, subject to certain additional defences, every director of the Company at the date of this presentation for damages or, alternatively, while still the owner of the purchased securities, for rescission against the Company (in which case the investor shall have no right of action for damages against the Company or its directors), provided that: 1.no action may be commenced to enforce a right of action more than 120 days: a)after the date on which payment was made for the securities of the Company; or b)after the date on which the initial payment was made where payments subsequent to the initial payment are made pursuant to a contractual commitment assumed prior to, or concurrently with, the initial payment; 2.no person or company is liable if the person or company proves that the investor purchased the securities of the Company with knowledge of the Misrepresentation; 3.no person or company (other than the Company) is liable if the person or company proves that (i) the presentation was sent or delivered to the investor without the person’s or company’s knowledge or consent and that, on becoming aware of its delivery, the person or company gave reasonable general notice that it was delivered without the person’s or company’s knowledge or consent, (ii) after delivery of the presentation and before the purchase of the securities of the Company by the investor, on becoming aware of any Misrepresentation in the presentation, the person or company withdrew the person’s or company’s consent to the presentation and gave reasonable general notice of the withdrawal and the reason for it, or (iii) with respect to any part of the presentation purporting to be made on the authority of an expert or to be a copy of, or an extract from, a report, an opinion or a statement of an expert, the person or company had no reasonable grounds to believe and did not believe that (A) there had been a Misrepresentation, or (B) the relevant part of the presentation did not fairly represent the report, opinion or statement of the expert, or was not a fair copy of, or an extract from, the report, opinion or statement of the expert; 4.no person or company (other than the Company) is liable with respect to any part of the presentation not purporting to be made on the authority of an expert, or to be a copy, or an extract from, a report, opinion or statement of an expert unless the person or company (i) failed to conduct a reasonable investigation to provide reasonable grounds for a belief that there had been no Misrepresentation, or (ii) believed that there had been a Misrepresentation; 5.in an action for damages, no person or company is liable for all or any portion of the damages that it proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities of the Company as a result of the Misrepresentation; 6.in no case will the amount recoverable in any action exceed the price at which the securities of the Company were offered to the investor; and 7.if a Misrepresentation is contained in a record incorporated by reference into, or deemed incorporated by reference into, this presentation, the Misrepresentation is deemed to be contained in this presentation. 21

23 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued New Brunswick. If this presentation, together with any amendment to this presentation, delivered to an investor resident in New Brunswick contains a Misrepresentation that was a Misrepresentation at the time of purchase, the investor will be deemed to have relied on the Misrepresentation and will have a right of action against the Company for damages or, alternatively, while still the owner of the purchased securities, for rescission, provided that: 1.no action may be commenced to enforce a right of action: a)for rescission more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; or b)for damages more than the earlier of (i) one year after the investor first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, and (ii) six years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; 2.the Company is not liable if it proves that the investor purchased the securities of the Company with knowledge of the Misrepresentation; 3.in an action for damages, the Company will not be liable for all or any portion of the damages that it proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities of the Company as a result of the Misrepresentation relied upon; and 4.in no case shall the amount recoverable exceed the price at which the securities of the Company were offered to the investor. 22

24 TSX-V: CAD `` Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued Newfoundland and Labrador. If this presentation, together with any amendment to this presentation or any record incorporated by reference in, or considered to be incorporated into this presentation contains a Misrepresentation and it was a Misrepresentation at the time of purchase, an investor in the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador has, in addition to any other right that the investor may have under law and without regard to whether the investor relied on the Misrepresentation, a right of action for damages against the Company and, subject to certain additional defences, every director of the Company at the date of this presentation for damages or, alternatively, while still the owner of the purchased securities, for rescission against the Company (in which case the investor will cease to have a right of action for damages against any other person), provided that: 1.no action shall be commenced to enforce the foregoing rights: a)in the case of an action for rescission, more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; or b)in the case of any action, other than an action for rescission, the earlier of: (i) 180 days after the investor first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of the action; or (ii) three years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of the action; 2.no person or company is liable if the person or company proves that the investor purchased the securities of the Company with knowledge of the Misrepresentation; 3.no person or company (other than the Company) will be liable if it proves that: a)this presentation was sent to the investor without the person’s or company’s knowledge or consent and that, on becoming aware of its being sent, the person or company promptly gave reasonable notice to the Company that it was sent without the knowledge and consent of the person or company; b)the person or company, on becoming aware of any Misrepresentation in this presentation, withdrew the person’s or company’s consent to this presentation and gave reasonable notice of the withdrawal to the Company and the reason for it; c)with respect to any part of this presentation purporting to be made on the authority of an expert or to be a copy of, or an extract from, a report, statement or opinion of an expert, the person or company had no reasonable grounds to believe and did not believe that: (i) there had been a Misrepresentation; or (ii) the relevant part of this presentation did not fairly represent the report, statement or opinion of the expert, or was not a fair copy of, or an extract from, the report, statement or opinion of the expert; or d)with respect to any part of this presentation not purporting to be made on the authority of an expert and not purporting to be a copy of, or an extract from, a report, statement or opinion of an expert, unless the person or company (i) failed to conduct a reasonable investigation to provide reasonable grounds for a belief that there had been no Misrepresentation; or (ii) believed that there had been a Misrepresentation; 4.in an action for damages, the defendant is not liable for any damages that it proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities of the Company as a result of the Misrepresentation; and 5.in no case shall the amount recoverable exceed the price at which the securities of the Company were offered to the investor under this presentation. 23

25 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued Prince Edward Island. A “Misrepresentation” for purposes of the Securities Act (Prince Edward Island) also includes an omission to state a material fact that is required to be stated by the Securities Act (Prince Edward Island). If this presentation, together with any amendment to this presentation, delivered to an investor resident in Prince Edward Island contains a Misrepresentation and it was a Misrepresentation at the time of purchase, the investor will, without regard to whether the investor relied on the Misrepresentation, have a right of action against the Company and, subject to certain additional defences, every director of the Company at the date of this presentation for damages or, alternatively, while still the owner of the purchased securities, for rescission against the Company (in which case the investor shall have no right of action for damages against the persons described above), provided that: 1.no action shall be commenced to enforce the foregoing rights: a)in the case of an action for rescission, more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; or b)in the case of any action, other than an action for rescission, more than the earlier of (i) 180 days after the date the investor first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of the action, or (ii) three years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of the action; 2.no person or company is liable if the person or company proves that the investor purchased the securities of the Company with knowledge of the Misrepresentation; 3.no person or company (other than the Company) is liable if it proves that (i) the presentation was sent to the investor without the person’s or company’s knowledge or consent and that, on becoming aware of its being sent, the person or company had promptly given reasonable notice to the Company that it was sent without the person’s or company’s knowledge and consent (ii) on becoming aware of any Misrepresentation in the presentation, the person or company withdrew the person’s or company’s consent to the presentation and gave reasonable notice to the Company of the withdrawal and the reason for it, or (iii) with respect to any part of the presentation purporting to be made on the authority of an expert or purporting to be a copy of, or an extract from, a report, an opinion or a statement of an expert, the person or company had no reasonable grounds to believe and did not believe that there had been a Misrepresentation, or the relevant part of the presentation did not fairly represent the report, opinion or statement of the expert, or was not a fair copy of, or an extract from, the report, opinion or statement of the expert; 4.no person or company (other than the Company) will be liable with respect to any part of the presentation not purporting to be made on the authority of an expert or to be a copy of, or an extract from, report an opinion or a statement of an expert unless the person or company (i) failed to conduct a reasonable investigation to provide reasonable grounds for a belief that there had been no Misrepresentation or (ii) believed that there had been a Misrepresentation 5.no person or company is liable with respect to a Misrepresentation in forward looking information if (i) the presentation containing the forward looking information also contains, proximate to the forward looking information, reasonable cautionary language identifying the forward looking information as such and identifying material factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from a conclusion, forecast or projection in the forward looking information, and a statement of the material factors or assumptions that were applied in drawing a conclusion or making a forecast or projection set out in the forward looking information; and (ii) the person or company had a reasonable basis for drawing the conclusions or making the forecast or projections set out in the forward looking information. This paragraph does not relieve a person of liability respecting forward looking information in a financial statement required to be filed under Prince Edward Island securities laws. 6.in an action for damages, the defendant is not liable for any damages that is proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities of the Company resulting from the Misrepresentation; and 7.in no case shall the amount recoverable exceed the price at which the securities of the Company purchased by the investor were offered. 24

26 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued Manitoba. If this presentation or any amendment hereto contains a Misrepresentation, an investor is deemed to have relied on the Misrepresentation and has a right of action for damages against the Company and, subject to certain additional defences, every director of the Company at the date of the presentation, or alternatively, while still the owner of the purchased securities, a right of rescission against the Company (in which case, the investor shall have no right of action for damages against the persons described above), provided that: 1.no action may be commenced to enforce a right of action: a)for rescission, more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; or b)for damages, more than the earlier of (i) 180 days after the day that the investor first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, or (ii) two years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; 2. no person or company is liable if the person or company proves that the investor purchased the securities of the Company with knowledge of the Misrepresentation; 3.no person or company (other than the Company) will be liable if the person or company proves that (i) the presentation was sent to the investor without the person’s or company’s knowledge or consent, and that, after becoming aware of its delivery, the person or company promptly gave reasonable notice to the Company that it was sent without the person’s or company’s knowledge and consent, (ii) on becoming aware of the Misrepresentation, the person or company withdrew their respective consent to the presentation and gave reasonable notice to the Company of the withdrawal and the reason for it, or (iii) with respect to any part of the presentation purporting to be made on the authority of an expert or to be a copy of, or an extract from, an expert’s report, opinion or statement, the person or company did not have any reasonable grounds to believe and did not believe that there had been a Misrepresentation, or the relevant part of the presentation did not fairly represent the expert’s report, opinion or statement, or was not a fair copy of, or an extract from, the expert’s report or statement; 4.no person or company (other than the Company) will be liable with respect to any part of the presentation not purporting to be made on the authority of an expert and not purporting to be a copy of, or an extract from, an expert’s report, opinion or statement, unless the person or company (i) did not conduct an investigation sufficient to provide reasonable grounds for a belief that there had been no Misrepresentation or (ii) believed that there had been a Misrepresentation; 5.in the case of an action for damages, the defendant is not liable for all or any part of the damages that the defendant proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities of the Company as a result of the Misrepresentation; and 6.in no case shall the amount recoverable exceed the price at which the securities of the Company were offered to the Investor under this presentation. 25

27 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued Saskatchewan. If this presentation, together with any amendment to this presentation, is sent or delivered to an investor resident in Saskatchewan and contains a Misrepresentation at the time of purchase, the investor is deemed to have relied upon that Misrepresentation and will have a right for damages against the Company, every promoter and director of the Company, every person or Company whose consent has been filed respecting the offering, but only with respect to reports, opinions or statements that have been made by them, and every person or company who sells securities on behalf of the Company under the presentation, or alternatively, while still the owner of the purchased securities, for rescission against the Company (in which case the investor shall have no right of action for damages against the persons described above), provided that: 1.no person or company will be liable if the person or company proves that the investor purchased the securities of the Company with knowledge of the Misrepresentation; 2.no person or company (other than the Company) will be liable if the person or company proves that (i) the presentation or amendment was sent or delivered without the person’s or company’s knowledge or consent and that, on becoming aware of it being sent or delivered, the person or company gave reasonable general notice that it was sent or delivered without the person’s or company’s knowledge, or (ii) with respect to any part of the presentation purporting to be made on the authority of an expert or purporting to be a copy of, or an extract from, a report, an opinion or a statement of an expert, the person or company had no reasonable grounds to believe and did not believe that there had been a Misrepresentation, or the relevant part of the presentation did not fairly represent the report, opinion or statement of the expert, or was not a fair copy or extract from the report, opinion or statement of the expert; 3.no person or company (other than the Company) will be liable with respect to any part of the presentation not purporting to be made on authority of an expert, or to be a copy of or an extract from a report, opinion or statement of an expert, unless the person or company (i) failed to conduct a reasonable investigation sufficient to provide reasonable grounds for a belief that there had been no Misrepresentation or (ii) believed there had been a Misrepresentation; 4.in the case of an action for damages, no person or company will be liable for all or any portion of the damages that it proves do not represent the depreciation in value of the securities of the Company as a result of the Misrepresentation; and 5.no case shall the amount recoverable exceed the price at which the securities of the Company were offered to the investor. Not all defences upon which the Company or others may rely are described herein. Please refer to the full text of the Securities Act (Saskatchewan) for a complete listing. Similar rights of action for damages and rescission are provided to residents in Saskatchewan in respect of a Misrepresentation in advertising and sales literature disseminated in connection with an offering of securities of the Company. Where an individual makes a verbal statement to a prospective purchaser resident in Saskatchewan that contains a Misrepresentation relating to the securities of the Company purchased and the verbal statement is made either before or contemporaneously with the purchase of such securities of the Company, the purchaser has a right of action for damages against the individual who made the verbal statement if it was a Misrepresentation at the time of purchase, regardless of whether the purchaser relied on the Misrepresentation. An investor resident in Saskatchewan to whom this presentation or any amendment hereto was not sent or delivered prior to or at the same time as the purchaser enters into an agreement to purchase the securities of the Company has a right of action for rescission or damages. No action shall be commenced to enforce the foregoing rights: a)the case of action for rescission, more than 180 days after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of action; or b)in the case of any action, other than action for rescission, more than the earlier of (i) one year after the investor first had knowledge of the facts giving rise to the cause of action, or (ii) six years after the date of the transaction that gave rise to the cause of the action; An investor resident in Saskatchewan who has entered into an agreement for the purchase of securities, which has not yet been completed, and who receives an amendment to the presentation that discloses (i) a material change in the affairs of the Company, (ii) a change in the terms or conditions of the offering as described in this presentation or (iii) securities to be distributed that are in addition to the securities of the Company described in this presentation, that occurred or arose before the investor entered into the agreement for the purchase of the securities of the Company, may within two business days of receiving the amendment deliver a notice to the Company or the agent from whom the securities of the Company are being purchased indicating the investor’s intention not to be bound by the purchase agreement. If the securities of the Company are sold in Saskatchewan in contravention of Saskatchewan securities legislation or a decision of Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission, a purchaser resident in Saskatchewan may elect to void the purchase agreement, and if the purchaser so elects, the purchaser is entitled to recover all money and other consideration paid by such purchaser for the securities of the Company. 26

28 TSX-V: CAD Rights of Action for Purchasers, continued Rights for Purchasers in Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec By purchasing the securities of the Company hereunder, purchasers in the provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Quebec who are not entitled to the statutory rights described above, in consideration of their purchase of securities of the Company and upon accepting a purchase confirmation in respect thereof, are hereby granted a contractual right of action from damages or rescission that is substantially the same as the statutory right of action, if any, provided to residents of Ontario who purchase securities of the Company. General The foregoing summaries are subject to the express provisions of the applicable securities law of each jurisdiction, and the regulations, rules and policy statements thereunder and reference is made thereto for the complete text of such provisions. 27


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