Building Canada’s Next Gold Mining District

TMAC has a 100% interest in the 1,101 square kilometre (approximately 80 km by 20 km) Hope Bay Property located in Nunavut, Canada. The Hope Bay Property is a high-grade gold deposit with established Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources totaling approximately 4.91 million ounces of gold at an average grade of 8.6 g/t Au and Inferred Mineral Resources totaling approximately 1.694 million ounces of gold at an average grade of 7.1 g/t Au, and with recently established Proven and Probable Mineral Reserves totaling approximately 3.6 million ounces of gold at an average grade of 7.7 g/t Au (such estimates having an effective date of June 30, 2017).

Mineral Reserves and Resources
   Contained Metal
  (g/t Au)
 (koz Au)
 Proven 1.15
 Probable  13.381   7.4
 Total Proven & Probable Reserves 14.531 7.7
 Measured    0.88914.3408
16.954 8.3
 Total Measured & Indicated Resources(1)           17.8438.6 4,911
 Inferred    7.459

(1)    Measured and Indicated Resources shown inclusive of Proven and Probable Reserves.

Qualified Person 

The mineral resources for the Hope Bay Project disclosed in the news release issued July 14, 2017 and reproduced above have been estimated by Mr. Sean Horan, P. Geo., an employee of RPA and independent of TMAC.  The mineral reserves for the Hope Bay Project disclosed in this press release have been reviewed by Mr. David Robson, P. Eng., an employee of RPA and independent of TMAC. By virtue of their education and relevant experience Mr. Horan and Mr. Robson are "Qualified Persons" for the purpose of National Instrument 43-101. Mr. Horan, P. Geo. and Mr. Robson, P. Eng., have read and approved the contents of this press release as it pertains to the disclosed mineral reserves and mineral resource estimates.

Scientific and Technical Information

Information of a scientific or technical nature in respect of the Hope Bay Project, other than new information related to Doris mine development, is based upon the Hope Bay Technical Report, as filed on TMAC’s profile at Scientific and technical information contained in this document was reviewed and approved by David King, P. Geo., the Vice President, Exploration and Geoscience, Mr. Nicolas Yugo, P. Eng., Technical Services Superintendent of TMAC.  Each of the individuals named is a “Qualified Persons” as defined by National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.


The history of Hope Bay and TMAC's role in Hope Bay is summarized below.

  • Between 1988 and 1999, BHP Billiton discovered and drilled the Doris, Boston and Madrid Deposits, and completed initial underground development of Boston.
  • Miramar Mining acquired the property in 1999 and expanded the mineralized zones, published initial resource figures and planned further development.
  • Newmont Mining acquired the property in 2007 and subsequently upgraded the infrastructure including air strips, fuel storage, camps, ports, a nearly completed processing plant in South Africa and underground Doris development until placing the project in care and maintenance in 2011.
  • December 2012, Newmont signed a Letter of Intent with TMAC and a definitive sale of agreement on January 25, 2013.
  • March 2013, TMAC privately raised $50 million ($35 million of equity through private investors and a $15 million loan available from Newmont).
  • TMAC reopened Hope Bay on March 22, 2013 and conducted exploration and environmental programs in 2013.
  • The Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”) for Hope Bay was completed in December 2013 by Roscoe Postle Associates (“RPA”).
  • May 2014, TMAC privately raised $77.8 million to fund the 2014 program.
  • Hope Bay activity in 2014 was primarily dedicated to exploration drilling and environmental monitoring.
  • December 2014 and January 2015, TMAC privately raised $44.0 million to fund the completion of a pre-feasibility study in order to advance Hope Bay to production.
  • March 2015, TMAC signs landmark land tenure agreements with the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and Nunavut Tunngavik Inc.
  • May 2015, TMAC publishes robust pre-feasibility study on the Hope Bay Gold Project.
  • July 2015, TMAC completes Initial Public Offering of C$135.0 million. Begins trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
  • July 2015, TMAC enters into US$120.0 Million Senior Secured Term Facility to provide balance of funding needed to advance Hope Bay Project to production.
  • March 2016, TMAC publicly raises $9.0 million of flow-through eligible money to drill on the highly prospective Naartok/Madrid North deposit.
  • June 2016, TMAC intercepts high-grade gold mineralization below current reserves at the Doris Mine, raises $60.0 million to advance exploration and development below the diabase dyke at Doris Mine.
  • August 2016, TMAC takes delivery of components of processing plant fabricated in Australia by Gekko Systems.
  • Second half of 2016, TMAC receives Amended Doris North Project Certificate and Amended Doris North Water Licence.
  • Poured first gold February 9, 2017.
  • Declared commercial production May 15, 2017, effective June 1, 2017.
  • July 2017, TMAC amends Senior Secured Term Facility to US$160 million and extends Facility out to July 2022.
  • November 2017, TMAC raises $53 million through a $30 million private placement with two significant shareholders and balance via an marketing offering.
  • December 2017, submitted final Environmental Impact Study to Nunavut Impact Review Board and Nunavut Water Board as part of process of obtaining production leases for Madrid and Boston.
  • June 2018, TMAC achieves a significant permitting milestone at Hope Bay with the Nunavut Impact Review Board’s recommendation to the Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs that TMAC’s proposed Madrid-Boston Project proceed to production.

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