CANADA

Julie 

Julie is located within the mining-friendly province of Quebec, Canada.

Nickel-copper-cobalt with some PGE discovered on the property in 1998. Grades range from 0.001% to 2.16% Ni, 0.01% to 0.33% Cu, 0.001%to 0.31% Co and <1 to 280 ppb Pd.

Mineralization occurs intermittently over 1.5 km in length with 11.64 meters grading 1.82% nickel, 0.29% copper and 0.04% cobalt in trenching carried out in 2014.

Total area in excess of 3046.87 hectares.

Winterhouse

The property is located in the north-east of the province of Quebec at 95 km west of the town of Fermont which linked to Baie-Comeau and Labrador cities by provincial roads 389 and 500 respectively and accessible all seasons.

The Winterhouse property is included in archean superior province and eastern part of volcano-plutonic rocks of opatica geological sub-province, and located at 8 km south of the metasedimentary rocks of opinaca sub-province which hosted oleonore gold mine in La Grande Rivière region, James Bay (3.8 million ounces gold from proven and probable reserves, Goldcorp website) and at 11 KM North of the front of Proterozoic Greenville Province.

The opatica sub-province hosted by several past producing gold mines such as Lac Troilus Gold Mine (Produced 67.8 mt @ 1.065 g/t au) and Eastmain Gold Mine (Product 0.94mt @ 9.99 g/t au) within volcano-plutonic rocks, as well as numerous gold occurrences actually published on Sigeom website of natural energy and resources of Quebec.

Hemlo North Limb

The North Limb Property is located northeast of Lake Superior, within the Wawa Subprovince in Ontario, Canada. The property has also the past been referred to as the Wabikoba Property. The property is situated roughly 45 km northeast of the town of Marathon, Ontario, and only 17 km northeast of the producing gold mine at Hemlo, the town of Manitouwadge (population 2100) is 35 km north of the property along a well maintained rural highway (Hwy 614). The center of the property lies at UTM (NAD83 Zone 16) 585,000 mE and 5,407,000 mN. The North Limb Property covers an area of c.a 6300 hectares.

In 1996, Hemlo Gold encountered 1 m of 37.35 g/t Au approximately 200 m southeast of the historically‐named “Lunny Lake” property, which is just south of the current “Lunny Lake” area.

Isoukustouc

Owned 100% by KOTN, the Isoukustouc Project is located 75 km north of the town of Baie-Comeau on the Quebec North Shore and is composed of 32 claims representing an approximate total of 1,800 hectares or 18 square kilometers. Previously reported historical assay values obtained on selected grab samples yielded grades of 17.00% wt. copper, 3.84% wt. nickel and 0.20% wt. cobalt.

The 2012 surface sample program from the B40 section yielded 1.85% nickel and 0.335% copper on average. An exploration program of 2,343 line-km of airborne magnetic geophysical survey with 100m spacing was completed in 2011.

2012 surface sample program from the B40 section yielded 1.85% nickel and 0.335% copper on average. An exploration program of 2,343 line-km of airborne magnetic geophysical survey with 100m spacing was completed in 2011.

Villebon

Villebon is located within the mining-friendly province of Quebec, Canada.

Nickel-copper with some PGE partially delineated on the property in 1987.

A historic non-compliant 43-101 resource was estimated from 62 core holes in the late 1980s at 421 840 tons at a grade of 0.72% nickel, 0.52% copper and 1.08 g/t platinum (resource currently under lease in 9 additional claims).

Total area under claim is 1393.22 hectares.