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Creating Value in the Base Metals Sector with a Focus on Zinc


Osisko Metals is a Canadian exploration and development company creating value in the base metal space with a focus on zinc mineral assets. The Company controls Canada’s two premier zinc mining camps in Canada, namely the Pine Point Camp located in the Northwest Territories (22,000 ha) and the Bathurst Mining Camp, located in northern New Brunswick (63,000 ha). The Company is currently drilling in both mining camps for a combined 100,000 metre program. The focus of these programs is to upgrade historical resources to comply with NI43-101 regulations and also on exploration around historical deposits. Brownfield exploration includes new innovative 3D compilation techniques, updated geological interpretation, and modern geophysics. In Québec, the Company owns 42,000 hectares that cover 12 grass-root zinc targets that will be selectively advanced through exploration. In parallel, Osisko Metals is monitoring several base metal-oriented peers for opportunities.




Osisko Metal’s vision is to become a leading base metals mining company in Canada. The Company is seizing an opportunity created by both the increase in global infrastructure projects and the diminishing zinc supply to the market. The strategy is to develop multiple base metal deposits with historical resources that are located within trucking distance to a central concentrator facility, supporting a long-term operation. The Company’s strategy is to:


Further consolidate and validate historical deposits in the Bathurst Mining Camp and convert them to NI 43-101 compliant Mineral Resource Estimates;


Develop its best Québec GenEx targets; and Selectively pursue strategic opportunities in the base metal sector


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  • Over 63,000 ha 3rd largest VMS camp in the world.
  • Brunswick Belt hosted Brunswick No.12 and No.6 mines (150Mt @ 8.74% Zn, 3.44% Pb, 0.37% Cu, 102.2 g/t Ag; 1964-2013).
  • Completing 50,000m of drilling to upgrade and expand historical resources and explore brownfield targets.
  • Focus is on Key Anacon: Historical resource containing 1.87Mt grading 9.56% Zn+Pb, 0.16% Cu and 84g/tAg.
  • Key Anacon Targets remain open along strike and at depth. Only a few sporadic exploration campaigns since initial discovery in the 1950s.


Historical estimates were obtained from the New Brunswick Government Mineral Deposits database. Readers are cautioned that Osisko Metals has not completed the work required to independently analyze and verify the results of previous operators nor has a qualified person done sufficient work to classify the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. Osisko Metals is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources, and it believes these historical estimates provide an indication of the potential of the property and are reported because they are deemed relevant to the description of the properties.





The Key Anacon project is located approximately 20 km south of the town of Bathurst, New Brunswick and 16 km southeast of the former Brunswick No.12 mine. It is accessible by paved roads. The property contains two known Bathurst-type volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits containing zinc, lead, copper and silver. The Key Anacon Main Zone and Titan Zone deposits are situated at the same stratigraphic horizon that hosted the Brunswick No. 12 & No. 6 mines. The property covers approximately 12 kilometres of favorable Nepisiguit Falls stratigraphy that also extends onto the surrounding claims held 100% by Osisko Metals.


No mineral resource estimates have been calculated under NI43-101 guidelines. Except for exploration programs conducted in 1992-1993 and 2000, almost all of the drilling was completed in the 1950’s and 60’s, prior to currently required standards for quality assurance and quality control. The earlier drilling led to the establishment of a 460 metre shaft, a vent raise, eight levels and three sub-levels at the Main Zone. The Government of New Brunswick, Department of Energy and Resource Development, Energy and Mines Division reports the Main Zone deposit as having a historical resource (Non-NI 43-101 compliant) of 1.87 million tonnes grading 6.93% Zn, 2.63% Pb, 0.16% Cu, and 84 g/t Ag in multiple folded lenses. The deposit is open at depth and along strike.


Exploration potential at Key Anacon and the Company’s adjacent properties is considered to be excellent on the basis of the presence of the Brunswick Horizon stratigraphy and the expansive zones of mineralization and alteration. Both the Titan Zone and Main Zone are open at depth and along strike. Exploration and development programs in the 1950’s and 1960’s were terminated due to the pullback of the zinc commodity price at that time. Since then, only two minor exploration programs were conducted by major mining companies.


Aggressive Exploration Program at Key Anacon Main & Titan Zone

  • 22,000 m drilled
  • Main Zone Historical Resources 1.87Mt @ 6.93% Zn, 2.63% Pb, 0.16% Cu & 84g/t Ag
  • Titan Zone
  • Located 1.5km Northeast of Main Zone
  • Mineralization to 1 km Depth
  • Never Incorporated Into Historical Resources
  • Open in all directions

New results confirm OM theory that high-grade mineralization extends beyond the known boundaries.






The Brunswick Belt project is composed of four claim groups totalling 586 claims that cover approximately 12,892 hectares (129 km2). It is located roughly 25 km south west of the city of Bathurst, and covers the continuation of the mineralized horizon that hosts the original world-class Brunswick No. 6 and No.12 mines immediately to the east. These mines produced zinc, lead and silver ore for over 50 years, and were last operated by Glencore Canada until closure in 2013. The Brunswick No. 12 mine was the world’s largest underground zinc mine and produced 137 million tons of ore grading 8.74% zinc, 3.44% Pb, 0.37% Cu, and 102 g/t Ag over a period of 49 years.


Historically, a significant amount of previous exploration work was performed in the Brunswick Belt area by Brunswick Mining and Smelting, Noranda and its successors as well as by Votorantim. At that time, the objective was to find additional mill feed for the Brunswick No.12 concentrator that produced at a rate of 10,500 tpd or approximately 3.5 million tonnes annually.


The Brunswick Belt warrants exploration for new deposits on the basis of new ideas and concepts developed by the Osisko team, including the significance of mining smaller scale, standalone operations that would feed a central concentrator. Within this highly prospective brownfield area of the Brunswick horizon geology, a number of significant historical deposits exist and which have not been assessed in the context of the new global reality of current zinc markets. Osisko Metals believes that by targeting under-explored zones and by re-evaluating and expanding smaller historical deposits, the Company can leverage a strategy based on multiple deposits that would send mill feed to one central concentrator.





The Flat Landing Brook VMS deposit is also hosted in the Brunswick horizon and is located immediately to the west of the former Brunswick No. 6 mine where this key mineralized stratigraphy has again been brought to surface by a “Thrust Fault Repetition” of contemporaneous stratigraphy that is similar to the Brunswick Belt. Concentrated zinc-lead-silver mineralization occurs in four mineralized horizons within a 100 to 200 metre thick sequence of the Brunswick Horizon. Sphalerite and galena mineralization are associated with significant iron sulphide developments that are typical of the Bathurst Camp. These horizons grade laterally and vertically from zinc/lead-rich massive to pyrite-rich massive/disseminated mineralization and then to magnetite-chlorite-chert-sulphide-iron formation. These observations and the presence of significant alteration suggest proximity to the mineralizing hydrothermal vent. High-grade intervals in drill core of greater than 10 % zinc occur within material grading between 3 and 10% zinc and attest to the potential of the system. Historical resources from the late 1970’s, non-compliant under NI 43-101, are reported in the public domain and are estimated to be 1.27 million tonnes of 5.62% zinc, 1.29% lead, and 23 g/t silver.






The Gilmour Brook South zinc-lead prospect is located about 20km south-southeast of the Brunswick No 12 mine. It is hosted within the Brunswick Horizon, at the top of the Nepisiguit Falls Formation, and exhibits mineralization in the style and type as that found both at the Brunswick No. 6 and No. 12 mines. This “Brunswick Horizon” sulphide mineralization is commonly present as semi-massive to massive occurrences of stratiform zinc-lead sulphide mineralization that has been intersected intermittently over a strike of 1400 m and locally to vertical depths of 700 metres. Historical drilling by Noranda Exploration during the period 1998 to 2000 intersected significant grade and widths of zinc-rich mineralization in two lenses approximately 400 metres apart.


In November 2017, Osisko Metals began a drill program at the Gilmour South Project. The objective of the drill program is to increase historical resources and to upgrade them to comply with NI43-101 regulations. A key part of this effort will be to investigate the potential for the thickening of the high-grade sulphide mineralization along previously unrecognized structural corridors that are typically associated to the major deposits in the BMC. 





The Mount Fronsac deposit contains a historical, non 43-101 compliant, unclassified resource of 1.26 million tonnes grading 7.65 % Zn, 2.18 % Pb, 0.14% Cu, 40.3 g/t Ag, and 0.40 g/t Au. This high grade zone is hosted within 14 million tonnes of low-grade, semi-massive (>60%) to locally massive sulfides that occur in an envelope of quartz-sericite ± chlorite schist.


This high grade deposit has a north-south strike length of 525 metres and a down dip length of 600 metres. Thickness varies from 2 metres up to a maximum of 20 metres. The alteration and disseminated mineralization halo has a maximum thickness of 140 metres and contains up to 50 percent fine- to coarse-grained disseminated pyrite. The pyritic envelope is 900 metres long and extends down dip over 1,000 metres. Massive sulfides are found throughout this alteration envelope, but preferentially occur at or near the upper contact.


Mount Fronsac North was discovered by Noranda in 1999 and is the latest significant massive sulphide body discovered in the Bathurst Camp. It was found by prospecting near a soil geochemical high, indicating that not all the potential in this mature camp is at depth.


Roughly 4 km northwest of Mount Fronsac North lies the Devils Elbow showing. This showing comprises several conformable zones consisting of finely-disseminated to sub-massive sulfides associated with strongly sericitized felsic tuff (footwall) and strongly chloritized quartz-eye tuffaceous sedimentary rocks (hanging wall). The deposit is interpreted to be a Cu-bearing pyrrhotite-pyrite stringer zone situated stratigraphically below a Pb-Zn zone.





  • Premier Canadian Zinc Mining Camp.
  • Large, high grade historical resource base;
  • 50Mt @ 5-6%zn Pb, or ~ 5.5B pounds of metal
  • 46 undeveloped historical deposits.
  • Infrastructure in place: Hydro, Rail access within 60km. paved road, ~100km of 25m wide haul roads.
  • Past production with Premier concentrate: Exceptional metallurgy, no impurities, mined >20 years by Cominco Ltd.
  • District Scale Exploration Upside. Potential at depth, along strike, new exploration tool (airborne gravity).
  • High margins on potential production. Top 10 percentile globally for open pit mine based on past production.


Pine Point Project –The Only High Grade Open Pit Zinc Project Globally


Osisko Metals is building a large resource base and de-risking the project.





Geologically, extensive zinc and lead sulphide mineralization is hosted within an east-west trending dolomitized reef structure which is part of the Presqu’ile barrier reef complex (Figure 1). Mineralization is by replacement and void-filling with sulphides deposited as colloform as well as coarse, vug-fill styles (Figure 2). On the project scale (Figure 3), concentrated sulphides are present in two deposit types: 1) Tabular: consisting of horizontal, locally continuous, mineralization, and 2) Prismatic: consisting of near vertical pinnacles of strong sulphide development. It is likely that the tabular deposits represent lateral fluid channel ways that connect the prismatic bodies. Both types of deposits are abundant in three parallel trends named the North Trend, Main Trend and the South Trend.


The current 2018 drill program is focussed on conversion of 50 million tonnes of unclassified near-surface historical resources to NI43-101 Indicated Resources as quickly as possible in areas amenable to open pit extraction. Exploration for additional new mineralization is being planned and will focus below the known mineralized horizons. And laterally where reef development is conducive to fluid flow and perhaps mineralization (Figure 3).





The Pine Point lead-zinc project has a storied history, having been first discovered in 1898 by prospectors heading to the Klondike gold rush. Cominco Ltd. began exploration at Pine Point in 1929, with test-pitting, drilling and shaft sinking. In 1948, Cominco began major exploration work, using the Mississippi-Valley-type model to guide exploration. It was a mega-project for it’s time, costing $133 million (more than $1 billion in today’s dollars), and included a railroad, hydro-electric dam and a town where up to 2000 people could live.


Cominco commenced large-scale mine production in 1964 with reported reserves of 21.5 million tonnes averaging 4% lead and 7.2% zinc (a historical figure reported by Giroux and McCartney, 2001). The mine eventually ramped up to 10,000 tonnes of ore per day. The “Pine Point mine” was actually an assemblage of 50 separate open pits and two underground deposits, lying along a 60-km trend. Some 64 million tonnes of ore at a grade of 7.0% zinc and 3.1% lead was mined between 1964 and 1987. The mine was expensive to operate, as Cominco spent about 30% of its costs maintaining the town, and during a period of weak metal prices, the decision was made to close the mine in 1987. About 90 deposits in total were discovered by Cominco and several others were discovered by another base metal mining company, Westmin, east of the Buffalo River. Previous drilling on the property totals approximately 1.3 million metres in 18,422 holes by Cominco, Westmin and Tamerlane.




Osisko Metals has ability to earn a 50% interest in the Urban-Barry Base Metals Project, a select package of 151 claims located within Osisko Mining’s Urban-Barry claim group.

The Project covers 8,511 hectares (85.11 km2) and is located 225 kilometres ENE of the town of Val-d’Or and 100 km south of the town of Chibougamau, Québec, located on portions of the Urban-Barry Greenstone Belt in the eastern part of the Abitibi sub-province. The claims include twelve priority drill-ready airborne electromagnetic targets within two geological settings: 1) bi-modal volcanic sequences combined with Cu-Zn-Pb anomalies in tills. The targets have strong potential for volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) mineralization and 2) mafic-ultramafic intrusions combined with Cu-Ni anomalies in tills, representing potential for magmatic copper-nickel-cobalt mineralization.




Osisko Metals has staked 12 grass-roots zinc properties covering a total of 42,000 hectares of mineral claims throughout the province of Quebec. Regional geological research and expert analysis and compilation of surface sediment geochemistry and mineral occurrence found within governmental databases identified 12 under-explored zinc targets that were available for map staking. These are referred to as the Quebec Genex projects.

The projects are all hosted in classic geological environments for zinc, including stratiform sediment-hosted and its metamorphic equivalents (“SEDEX” and “BALMAT”), volcanogenic massive sulphides and the Mississippi Valley Type.


Of the twelve properties, a few have been identified as being highly prospective, and will be priority targets for the Company’s first phase of exploration work.



SCHEFFERVILLE SEDEX Largest surface area of lake sediment zinc anomalies in Canada (60 x 10 km) with values up to 5000 ppm Zn; Origin tied to one geological formation; Source unknown; No drilling; No rock sampling
MONTAUBAN SEDEX 9 showings along a 7 km trend with grab samples up to 17.1% Zn; Limited previous drilling
NORMETAL SUD SEDEX 6 showings over 10 km trend with grab samples up to 10.2% Zn; No previous drilling
ASCENSION BALMAT 4 showings with grab samples up to 18.2% Zn; No previous drilling
GATINEAU-WALLACE BALMAT 1 showing with grab samples up to 5.5% Zn, no previous drilling; Untested EM anomalies
KILMAR BALMAT 1 showing with grab samples up to 16.7% Zn; No previous drilling; Adjacent to former magnesite mine
DUNHAM MVT 5 showings with grab samples up to 5% Zn+Pb along 15 km trend; Limited previous drilling
HEMMINGFORD MVT 2 near-surface mineralized zones; Limited previous drilling; up to 8.3% Zn / 1 metre in drilling; Plan is to sample “La Colle Breccia” outcrops
LEEDS MVT 3 showings along 17 km-long trend with DDH up to 15.5% Zn / 1 m; Limited previous drilling
LIZARD MVT 1 showing with grab samples up to 22.5% Zn+Pb; No previous drilling
GRAVELLY MVT 7 showings withgrab samples up to 12.7% Zn+Pb; Limited previous drilling
MT ST PIERRE MVT 2 showings with grab samples up to 28.8% Zn+Pb; No previous drilling



Board of Directors


ROBERT WARES | Executive Chairman of the Board

Mr. Wares is a professional geologist with over 35 years of experience in mineral exploration and development. He was responsible for the discovery of the Canadian Malartic bulk tonnage gold mine, which was subsequently developed by Osisko Mining Inc. into one of Canada’s largest gold producers. Among other awards, Mr. Wares was a co-winner of the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada’s “Prospector of the Year Award” for 2007, and was named, together with John Burzynski and Sean Roosen as “Mining Men of the Year” for 2009 by the Northern Miner. Mr. Wares is also the President and Director of the Ordre des Géologues du Québec, and sits on the Board of Directors of Titan Mining Inc. and Komet Resources Inc. Mr. Wares has a Bachelor of Science and an Honorary Doctorate in Earth Sciences from McGill University.



JOHN BURZYNSKI | Independent Director

Mr. Burzynski is President and Chief Executive Officer and Director of Osisko Mining, an investee company of the Corporation. He was Senior Vice President, New Business Development of the Corporation until August 31, 2016. Mr. Burzynski has over 30 years of international experience in exploration and development of mining projects. He also has experience in developing strategy, financing and marketing of emerging companies. He is one of the three founders of Osisko Mining Corporation (2003) where he held various positions, including Vice President Exploration, Vice President Corporate Development and Director of the Corporation. He is also a founding member of EurAsia Holding AG, a European venture capital fund. Mr. Burzynski currently serves as a Director with Osisko Mining Inc., Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd., Strongbow Exploration Ltd. and Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd. Mr. Burzynski holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in geology from Mount Allison University, and a Master of Science in exploration and mineral economics from Queen’s University



CATHY SINGER | Independent Director

Cathy has over 30 years of business and securities law experience. She is currently a partner at Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP, where she has practiced for the past 17 years and where she has held various roles in management from time to time. Prior to Norton Rose, Cathy was a partner at Fasken’s and, during that period, spent two years at the Ontario Securities Commission on secondment as its General Counsel. Cathy’s practice and experience is broad-based, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, related party transactions and corporate governance matters as a trusted advisor to her clients in the mining, industrial and investment fund sectors.



AMY SATOV | Independent Director

Ms. Satov, B.A., LL.B., M.B.A. is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Litron Distributors Ltd., a national lighting distributor. Founded in Montreal, Litron expanded across Canada in 2014, adding locations in Halifax, Ottawa, Toronto, Saskatoon, Calgary and Edmonton and subsequently in Quebec City and Vancouver. Litron has experienced exponential growth since inception. For the 12 years prior to Litron, Ms. Satov was the Executive Vice President of Legal, Compliance and Distribution and Corporate Secretary of DundeeWealth, a wealth management company with $80 billion dollars of assets under management that was acquired by The Bank of Nova Scotia in 2011. In her role as EVP, she was in charge of all legal and compliance matters, was actively involved in DundeeWealth’s expansion into Europe and the U.S. and sat on various subsidiary boards. Ms. Satov advised on all M&A activities as well as securities, regulatory and all other corporate commercial matters. In 2010 Ms. Satov was recognized by Strathmore’s “Who’s Who” for excellence and achievement in her profession. Ms. Satov is also a member of the McGill University Chancellor’s Advisory Group.



LUC LESSARD | Independent Director

Luc Lessard is a mining engineer with more than 25 years of experience designing, building and operating mines. He is currently President and CEO and Director of Falco Resources and is Chief Operating Officer of Barkerville Gold Mines Ltd. He was previously Chief Operating Officer of the Canadian Malartic Partnership (owned jointly by Agnico Eagle and Yamana), and prior to that was the Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President of Engineering and Construction for Osisko Mining Corporation where he was responsible for the design, construction and commissioning of the world class Canadian Malartic gold mine. During his career, Mr. Lessard has worked on 11 open pit and underground mine builds and prior to Osisko, Mr. Lessard was Vice President of Engineering and Construction for IAMGOLD and General Manager, Projects for Cambior Inc. Mr. Lessard sits on the Board of Directors of Highland Copper Company Inc. and Nighthawk Gold Corp.



CLAUDE CHARRON | Independent Director

Mr. Charron has over 30 years of extensive financial experience. He is currently President of Group Cofire Inc., a company providing a wide range of financial and tax services to private and publicly traded companies. He formerly held several management and director roles, namely as Director of Komet Manufacturers Inc., Director of Typhoon Exploration Inc., a mineral exploration company, as well as President and Director of Nadoli Capital Inc. Mr. Charron received his Bachelor of Commerce from the “Ecole des Hautes Études Commerciales” of the University of Montreal and is a registered Chartered Accountant.



PAUL A. DUMAS | Executive Vice President, Finance

Mr. Dumas has over 35 years of Corporate Finance and Investment Banking experience. From 2004 until its recent name change and successful reorganization to Osisko Metals Incorporated, Mr. Dumas was President and Chief Executive Officer of Bowmore Exploration Ltd. Prior to that, he was owner and President of Dumas Asset Management, a private corporation providing financial advisory and consulting services since 1996. Formerly, he was an Investment Advisor at RBC Dominion Securities Inc, as well as an accountant for Price Waterhouse Coopers LLP. Mr. Dumas has served as Director and held Executive positions for numerous public companies in the mining industry as well as the technology sector. Mr. Dumas holds a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce with an Accounting major.



JEFF HUSSEY | President & CEO

Mr. Hussey, PGeo. has 32 years of professional experience in the mining industry. He has worked in both open pit and underground mine operations at various stages of mine life, from start-up to mine closure, and more recently, working in mineral exploration and development projects. He spent nineteen years with Noranda/Falconbridge. His mine operation experience includes work at the Brunswick No. 12 mine, Gaspé Copper mines, the Antamina mine start-up in Peru, as well as the Raglan mine in Northern Quebec. As Senior Scientist with the Mining Technology Group at the Noranda Technology Center in 2002, he enhanced his network into the metallurgical research and mining innovation fields. As a consultant since 2007, Jeff Hussey and Associates Inc. has helped junior mine development companies by offering exploration, mining and geo-metallurgical support services. These include Champion Iron Mines, Focus Graphite, Puma Exploration and Starcore International in Mexico. 

While at Champion Iron Mines, he participated in building significant high quality iron ore resources, completing feasibility studies and participating in raising more than $70 million for corporate development. While working with Focus Graphite, development responsibilities included a feasibility study and associated work with community stakeholders and governments. Mr. Hussey has a Bachelor of Science in Geology from the University of New Brunswick.



Corporate Information


1100 Ave Des Canadiens de Montreal
Bureau 300
Montreal, Quebec
H3B 2S2


Investor Relations Contact

Christina Lalli

Phone:514 861.4441 EXT 163


Share Structure


Shares Outstanding  – 136,312,828

Options –  6,515,067

Warrants  – 31,778,578

Fully Diluted – 162,858,073






Posted January 20, 2019

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