GREAT NORTHERN PENINSULA PROJECT
1: El Nino Ventures Gold Project
Great Northern Peninsula, Newfoundland
In the first quarter of 2018 ELN
announced the acquisition of three gold
projects in the Great Northern Peninsula
of Newfoundland (Figure 1). The claims
were staked to follow up on the new
Gunner Cove gold discovery of White
El Nino's three gold projects were
situated around the city of St. Anthony
and northward (Figure 2 above), covering
approximately 22 kilometers of favorable
geology, similar to that being
encountered on the Gunners Cove Project
to the east and north of the company's
three gold projects.
2: Claim Distribution map in the St.
Anthony's area of Newfoundland and
In the Summer/Fall of 2018, exploration
programs were launched to investigate
all three of the projects. Based on the
results achieved at the end of the
exploration, management decided to
reduce its footprint in Newfoundland
from three projects to one and retain
the NP Gold Project as further defined
below in figure 3.
3: ELN Remaining Newfoundland Claim
Management of ELN are following the
exploration results of White Metal
Resources, Benton Resources, and Metals
Creek Resources and in this newly
discovered Newfoundland gold district.
ELN's technical team is currently
considering a detailed exploration plan
for its Newfoundland project and further
details will be forthcoming.
Forward Looking Statements:
Certain information presented,
including discussions of future plans
and operations, contains forward-looking
statements involving substantial known
and unknown risks and uncertainties.
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subject to risk and uncertainty, many of
which are beyond control of company
management. These may include, but are
not limited to the influence of general
economic conditions, industry
conditions, fluctuations of commodity
prices and foreign exchange rate
conditions, prices, rates, environmental
risk, industry competition, availability
of qualified staff and management, stock
market volatility, timely and cost
effective access to sufficient working
capital or financing from internal
and external sources. Actual results,
performance, or achievements may differ
materially from those expressed or
implied by these forward looking
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statements covered by the Private
Securities Litigation Reform Act of
1995. Because such statements deal with
future events, they are subject to
various risks and uncertainties and
actual results for fiscal year 2010 and
beyond could differ materially from the
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Qualified Person Statements
The information in this presentation
that relates to Exploration Results or
Mineral Resources for the Murray Brook
Project and the companies Newfoundland
Projects is based on information,
reviewed by Carey Galeschuk, Prinipal
Consulting Geologist, El Nino Ventures.
Mr. Galeschuk is the Qualified Person as
defined by National Instrument 43-101
for El NinoVentures.