Canadian Silver Hunter Inc., to acquire key West Timmins property.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc., signs Letter of Intent on key Timmins West Property

Toronto, Ontario – May 21, 2020 – Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (“Canadian Silver Hunter” or the “Company”) (TSXV: AGH.H) is pleased to announce that the Company has entered into a non-binding Letter of Intent (LOI) to acquire the “Lost Dog” property, located in the West Timmins area of Northern Ontario.

The Lost Dog property consists of 52 contiguous mining claim units covering close to 3000 hectares. The property is located in Denton Township, approximately thirty kilometres south-west of the Timmins city center, and 12 km west of Pan American Silver’s Timmins Mine, in the Porcupine Mining Division of Northern Ontario.

The Lost Dog Property has had considerable exploration work completed to date including line-cutting, surface work and sampling, and more importantly, a major Induced Polarization (IP), Very Low Frequency (VLF) and Magnetic MAG) survey (Exsics Exploration 2011). The IP and MAG report findings outlined that the program was successful in locating a major fault structure, with significant cross cutting structures.

The Company is planning the follow up program of detailed geology and geochemical sampling which will be performed this summer/fall, before drilling. Soil sampling has been proven to be a very cost effective and reliable follow up tool to defining drill targets over the IP zone.

The Company will pay a total of $65,000 and 1,000,000 common shares over a three-year period to earn a 100-per-cent interest in the property, subject to regulatory approval. The Vendor will retain a 2% Net Smelter Royalty (NSR) that the Company has the right to purchase 1% of at any time, for $1,000,000. The Vendor of the property is a director of the Company and the former CEO of Silver Shield Resources Inc.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on gold and silver exploration on their three properties; the Silver Centre-Keeley Frontier property, located near Cobalt in Northern Ontario; the Coopers property, located near Lebel-sur-Quevillon in Northern Quebec; and the Lost Dog property, located near Timmins, in Northern Ontario. For further details about the Company’s projects and plans please visit the Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. website at www.canadiansilverhunter.ca

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For more information please contact:

Jeffrey Hunter
President & CEO
(416) 707-4230
jhunter@cshi.ca

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc., Acquires Claims in Historic Mining Districts.

Toronto, Ontario – May 14, 2020 – Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (“Canadian Silver Hunter” or the “Company”) (NEX: AGH.H) has acquired 16 contiguous mineral exploration claims located approximately 75 km east of the town of Lebel-sur’Quevillion, in the Carpiquet and Prevert Townships of the Abitibi Mining Division, Northern Quebec. The Company acquired the claims, which cover close to 1000 hectares, for staking costs.

The Company also added 4 claims representing 23 claim units or 460 hectares, in the South Lorrain Township, Larder Lake Mining Division, Northern Ontario. These claims add strategic ground to the Companies existing South Lorrain Project, Keeley and Frontier mines.

Quebec claims; basic geophysical work including a total magnetic field survey and an electromagnetic field EM-VLF survey was carried out by the previous owners on selected areas of the property and were conducted by Val D’Or Geophysique (April 1991). The geophysical surveys mapped the presence of metallic mineralization in the bedrock near surface.

Geological mapping, prospecting and sampling is planned as the presence of relatively thin overburden exists where sub crop or outcrop zones could be located. IP will also be considered to map any non-conductive sulphide concentrations such as those commonly found with structure-hosted precious metal occurrences.

The Abitibi Greenstone Belt hosts many small to medium sized mining operations and is one of the most active regions in Quebec for gold exploration. The CSH claims share a boundary with the north western extension of Osisko Mining’s “Windfall Lake” claims.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on silver-cobalt exploration on their flagship South Lorrain Project. For further details about the Company’s projects and plans please visit the Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. website at www.canadiansilverhunter.ca

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Neither the TSX Venture Exchange, the NEX nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. We seek safe Harbor.

For more information please contact:

Jeffrey Hunter
President & CEO
(416) 707-4230
jhunter@cshi.ca

CSH signs Letter Of Intent with Cannabis License applicant MARIGROW Inc.

Canadian Silver Hunter Enters into Non-Binding Letter of Intent
to Complete Acquisition of Cannabis License Applicant,
and Establishes Special Committee

TORONTO, ON, July 9, 2018– Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: AGH) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent dated July 6, 2018 (the “LOI”) with a privately held company MariGrow Inc. (“MariGrow”). MariGrow has submitted its application and is currently engaged in the process to become a licensed producer of cannabis and cannabis products under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulations(“ACMPR”). The LOI outlines the general terms and conditions of a proposed transaction (the “Proposed Transaction”) pursuant to which the Company would acquire, by way of share exchange or other transaction, all of the issued and outstanding securities of MariGrow in exchange for securities of the Company, and the Company would continue on with the business of MariGrow.

The Proposed Transaction is subject to, among other things: the Company being satisfied with its due diligence review of MariGrow; the receipt of all necessary consents, approvals and authorizations including any applicable shareholder and stock exchange approvals; and the parties negotiating and entering into definitive binding agreements in respect of the Proposed Transaction. If the parties determine to proceed with the Proposed Transaction, the Company would seek shareholder and TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV”) approval to delist from the TSXV, and apply to list its common shares on the Canadian Securities Exchange.

Prior to the completion of the Proposed Transaction, the Company would be required to call a meeting of its shareholders, and would seek the shareholder approval of the following, potentially among other matters: (i) the Proposed Transaction, if required under applicable law; (ii) a change of name of the Company to a name to be determined by MariGrow and acceptable to regulatory authorities; (iii) the election of nominees of MariGrow to the board of directors of the Company; and (iv) a delisting from the TSX Venture Exchange (which would require approval by the minority shareholders of the Company pursuant to the policies of the TSXV).

About MariGrow

MariGrow Inc. is a privately held ACMPR applicant stage company seeking to be a cultivator and seller of high quality, affordable, condition specific varieties of custom grown and cured medical and recreational cannabis and cannabis products. MariGrow’s initial facility is an existing 32,000 square foot building that sits on just under 5 acres of land in a major industrial park in southern Ontario, and is serviced by road, rail and water access.

Special Committee

In order to review the merits of the Proposed Transaction, the Company has established a special committee (the “Committee”) of independent directors comprised of Tim Towers and Robert Gordon. The Company has requested that trading of its common shares be halted while the Committee reviews and considers the Proposed Transaction.

The Company also announces that is has granted to the members of the Committee, in accordance with the terms of the Company’s stock option plan, options to acquire an aggregate of 300,000 common shares of the Company exercisable at a price of $0.05 per common share until July 6, 2023.

Cautionary Statements

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CSH appoints Director

Canadian Silver Hunter Appoints Director

TORONTO, ON, June 28, 2018– Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: AGH) is pleased to announce that Tim Towers has been appointed to the board of directors as an independent director. Mr. Towers has approximately 25 years of extensive experience as both a director and senior executive of public companies in Canada.  He currently serves on the boards of Jiminex Inc. (TSXV: JIM.H) and Navasota Resources Inc. (TSXV: NAV).

Jeffrey Hunter, the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company said: “We’re thrilled to add Mr. Towers to our board. He brings to the board a wide ranging background and training in finance, accounting and economics, and adds a well-rounded business acumen. We are fortunate to welcome his experience to our board, and he’ll be a valuable addition.”

Cautionary Statements

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Canadian Silver Hunter Updates Progress, Positive Borehole Geophysics Results

TORONTO, ONTARIO – December 15, 2017 Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (Canadian Silver Hunter” or the “Company”) (TSXV-AGH) is pleased to announce that positive results have been released from a borehole geophysics program on the Keeley-Frontier property, by First Cobalt Corp. An electromagnetic program successfully identified a geophysical signature associated with vein-style mineralization intersected in recent drilling as well as an off-hole anomaly, providing a new exploration tool for the Cobalt camp.

Highlights:

  • In-hole and off-hole electromagnetic-anomalous responses corresponding to veining have been encountered at the Woods vein extension and near the Keeley mine.
  • Off-hole anomalous results will be targeted for follow-up in the winter drill program.
  • Final data interpretation is nearly complete and results are being incorporated into the planning for January, 2018, drilling.

Three areas were targeted for surveying: the area known as the Woods vein extension, the Frontier No. 1 vein and an area near the Keeley mine. The Woods vein extension area was previously believed to be barren but, based on new mapping and drilling, may be the extension of the Woods-Watson vein system that accounted for over 80 per cent of the historic production in the Cobalt South region of the Cobalt camp.

Results of the program were positive, with both in-hole and off-hole electromagnetic anomalous responses encountered.

Five holes were surveyed near the Keeley mine and three at the Woods vein extension, to the north of the Frontier mine. Three holes with known cobalt veining provided an in-hole EM response consistent with drill core logging and assay results, confirming the ability of EM to detect a geophysical signature for cobalt veins.

More significantly, surveying in one hole near the Keeley mine detected an off-hole response, indicating a potential extension of the veining recorded in the hole. Two holes drilled along the Frontier No. 1 vein were also surveyed to detect off-hole anomalies, but did not encounter any EM responses.

Next steps

EM surveying has not been used extensively in the Cobalt camp despite cobalt and silver minerals being excellent conductors. The pulse EM method which is being used is well suited for this setting.

Ground-based EM system testing will commence shortly to determine if the cobalt veins encountered by drilling can be detected from surface. An expanded ground EM survey over the Woods extension area is also being considered. If the results from the borehole program can be replicated from surface, EM surveys could have a camp-wide application as a prospecting and drill-hole-targeting tool.

The off-hole anomaly detected near Keeley will be targeted during the winter drilling program starting in January.

Crone Geophysics, based in Mississauga, Ont., has been contracted to conduct the surveys. Crone Geophysics develops high-quality instruments and has provided leading-edge surveying and consulting since 1962.

Qualified and competent person statement

Dr. Frank Santaguida, PGeo, is the qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 who has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release. Dr. Santaguida is employed on a full-time basis as vice-president, exploration, for First Cobalt. He has sufficient experience that is relevant to the activity being undertaken to qualify as a competent person as defined in the JORC Code.

About Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. is a Canadian exploration company focused on the exploration of silver-cobalt deposits on its 100% owned flagship Keeley Frontier Project. For more information please visit the Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. website at www.canadiansilverhunter.ca.

Shareholders of Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. are reminded to view the filings of First Cobalt Corp. (TSXV:  FCC) on www.sedar.com for further information regarding the activity of First Cobalt Corp. with respect to the Keeley Frontier project.

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. We seek safe Harbor.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Jeffrey Hunter

President & CEO

(416) 707 4230

info@cshi.ca

www.canadiansilverhunter.ca

Drilling Commences at Keeley Frontier

TORONTO, ONTARIO – August 10, 2017 Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (Canadian Silver Hunter” or the “Company”) (TSXV-AGH) is pleased to report that First Cobalt Corp. (FCC) has commenced drilling at the former producing Keeley-Frontier mine, near Cobalt, Ont. A total of 7,000 metres are planned at Keeley-Frontier, as well as some nearby targets on the adjoining exploration claims.

Highlights:

  • Initial drill program of 7,000 based on a 3-D geological model compiled from historic information and detailed field mapping conducted over the past three months;
  • Drill targets over a two-kilometre strike length, including the Haileybury and the Bellellen systems, testing known cobalt-rich areas of the Keeley-Frontier vein system that were not historically mined;
  • Drill holes range from 30- to 300-metre depths to establish variable vein orientations and determine the Co-Ni-Ag (cobalt-nickel-silver) grades in the host rocks to the calcite veins;
  • Multielement geochemical analyses including Co-Ag-Ni-Bi-Cu (cobalt-silver-nickel-bismuth-copper) will be done, adding to the existing data to determine rock alteration trends which may point to new prospective areas;
  • Borehole geophysics will be conducted on select drill holes to identify potential extensions to any mineralizations intersected.

Keeley-Frontier Mine

The Keeley and Frontier mines were originally developed and operated as separate mines and eventually integrated in 1961. From 1908 to 1965, the Keeley-Frontier mine produced a total of over 3.3 million pounds of cobalt at a recovered grade of 0.5 per cent and 19.1 million ounces of silver at a recovered grade of 58 ounces per tonne using these reported production numbers. Most of the production occurred between 1922 and 1931.

The neighbouring towns of Silver Centre and Cobalt, Ont., together called the Cobalt camp, were historically the most prolific cobalt jurisdictions in Canada and the largest silver producers worldwide. It is estimated that from 1904 to 1985 this mining camp produced 50 million pounds of cobalt and 600 million ounces of silver from 70 different mines.

The Silver Centre mining camp was targeted for three main criteria:

  1. Keeley-Frontier had the best cobalt-to-silver ratio of all the major historic mines in the camp. Most significantly, silver was the primary economic metal for mine development, yet in 1931 the Frontier mine is reported to have produced more than a half million pounds of cobalt. This suggests there may be other cobalt-rich areas that were not targeted or exploited during mining.
  2. First Cobalt has assembled a much larger land package than previously possible in the Cobalt camp. The Keeley-Frontier mine and First Cobalt’s South Lorrain land package together consist of 2,100 hectares (21 square kilometres) of contiguous land, which will then increase significantly upon completion of the mergers with Cobalt One and CobalTech. This will facilitate regional exploration for new cobalt discoveries near the Keeley-Frontier.
  3. The Cobalt camp area had been largely forgotten for more than half a century despite its storied past, with only limited exploration since the 1980s. The opportunity to return to the area with the lens of new mining techniques and geoscience is thus particularly appealing.

Keeley-Frontier drill program

The drilling program has been designed to test several areas known to be cobalt rich over the two-kilometre strike length of the Keeley-Frontier vein system, including Haileybury and Bellellen. Over 30 drill holes have been planned that range from 30 to 300 m depths to establish variable vein orientations and to determine the Co-Ni-Ag grades in the host rocks to the known Ag-Co calcite veins. Aside from some surface grab samples for validation, very few cobalt grades are known from these areas. To account for this, drill spacing at each area will typically be 25 metres. Based on results, continuity and strike extent of the Co-rich vein systems will be followed up later in this drill program. Drilling began August 8.

Qualified person

Dr. Frank Santaguida, PGeo, vice-president, exploration, for First Cobalt, is the qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, who has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release.

About Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. is a Canadian exploration company focused on the exploration of silver-cobalt deposits on its 100% owned flagship Keeley Frontier Project. For more information please visit the Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. website at www.canadiansilverhunter.ca.

Shareholders of Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. are reminded to view the filings of First Cobalt Corp. (TSXV:  FCC) on www.sedar.com for further information regarding the activity of First Cobalt Corp. with respect to the Keeley Frontier project.

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. We seek safe Harbor.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Jeffrey Hunter

President & CEO

(416) 707 4230

info@cshi.ca

www.canadiansilverhunter.ca

 

2017 Keeley-Frontier Sampling and Geophysics Programs Update

Canadian Silver Hunter Provides Update on Sampling and Geophysics Programs at the Keeley-Frontier Project

Toronto, Ontario – June 29, 2017) Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (TSXV: AGH.H) (“Canadian Silver Hunter” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide the following update on ongoing work being done by First Cobalt Corp. (FCC) on the Keeley-Frontier Project near Cobalt, Ont.

First Cobalt Corp. has commenced a surface sampling program at the Keeley-Frontier project (FCC press release 2017-06-14). The surface sampling program will improve the understanding of the controlling structures in the mineralized system and assess the extent of disseminated cobalt mineralization outside of previously mined structures. By testing for metals away from the main vein system, First Cobalt intends to determine if a cobalt-rich halo extends beyond the high-grade vein system that could be amenable to large-scale bulk-mining methods.

Trent Mell, President and Chief Executive Officer of FCC, commented: “Many Canadian gold mines built over the past two decades resulted from revisiting old high-grade mines and recasting them as lower-grade but higher-tonnage operations. This is our vision for the Cobalt, Ont., camp and our exploration program will now begin to assess the Keeley-Frontier project for bulkmining potential. Surface sampling is an effective and efficient way to test the metal dispersion around the known silvermineralized zones. We expect assay results in a few weeks. Structural mapping of these stripped outcrops is also necessary to understand the broader region’s bedrock geology and will improve our targeting for the summer drill program.”

FCC has also completed a borehole geophysics and televiewer program at the Keeley-Frontier project (FCC press release 2017-06-05). This phase of the program consisted of taking measures from within six drill holes completed in 2012 on the Beaver Lake fault in an area known as the Keeley extension. The Beaver Lake fault was previously mined but only to a limited extent. The fault is located to the west of the main silver-cobalt ore zone of the Keeley-Frontier mine.

The program is intended to help FCC improve understanding of the controlling structures in the mineralized system. The Woods vein was historically the largest productive vein for Keeley and is well defined. However, other north-trending structures and eastwest cross-faults were not well defined. By improving the understanding of the broader structural environment, the company anticipates it will be in a better position to predict where other vein structures may lie.

Dr. Frank Santaguida, Vice-President, Exploration for First Cobalt, commented: “The completion of this phase of our exploration program at Keeley-Frontier is essential to our strategy to unlock the cobalt potential in this camp. These results placed into the context of the ongoing structural mapping program will provide the foundation for planning the drill program this summer, as it will help predict the location of previously unknown vein sets. I am very pleased with the hard work of the field team and we are looking forward to completing the interpretation of the geophysical data in the coming weeks.”

Qualified person Dr. Frank Santaguida, PGeo, vice-president, exploration for First Cobalt, is the qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 who has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release.

Shareholders of Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. are reminded to view the filings of First Cobalt Corp. on www.sedar.com for further information regarding the activity of First Cobalt Corp. with respect to the Keeley-Frontier, South Lorrain Project.

About Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. is a Canadian exploration company focused on the exploration of silver-cobalt deposits on its flagship Keeley Frontier Project. For more information please visit the Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. website at www.canadiansilverhunter.ca.

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. We seek safe Harbor.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Jeffrey Hunter President and CEO (416) 707-4230 info@cshi.ca www.canadiansilverhunter.ca

2017 Exploration Program Announced

Canadian Silver Hunter: 2017 Exploration Program Announced

TORONTO, ONTARIO – May 04, 2017 – Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (“Canadian Silver Hunter” or the “Company”)(TSXV‐ AGH) is pleased to announce that exploration work is set to begin on their 100% owned Keeley ‐ Frontier property.

As per the First Cobalt Corp. (TSXV – FCC) press release of May 03, 2017, FCC “is planning its 2017 exploration program at the former producing Keeley‐Frontier mine, near Cobalt, Ont. The $1‐million program is fully financed and will commence this week. The program includes over 7,000 metres of surface drilling, including 5,000 metres at Keeley‐Frontier and 2,000 metres of regional exploration drilling”.

For more details about the program please refer to the First Cobalt (FCC – TSXV) press release of May 03, 2017.

About Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. is a Canadian exploration company focused on the exploration of silver‐cobalt deposits on its flagship South Lorrain Project (formerly the Keeley Frontier Project). For more information please visit the Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. website at www.canadiansilverhunter.ca.

CAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. We seek safe Harbor.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Jeffrey Hunter President and CEO (416) 707‐4230 info@cshi.ca www.canadiansilverhunter.ca

Clarification and Update to Shareholders regarding events involving First Cobalt Corp.

Toronto, Ontario, March 22, 2017 – Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (“CSH” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: AGH.H) Provides Update & Clarification to Shareholders

After several communications with shareholders, Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (“Canadian Silver”) would like to clarify some of the recent announcements and events involving Canadian Silver, Cobalt Projects International (“Cobalt Projects”), and First Cobalt Corp (First Cobalt).

Canadian Silver Hunter is the 100% owner of the Keeley and Frontier mines.

As announced on January 30, 2017, Canadian Silver granted an “option” (the “Option”) to Cobalt Projects to earn up to 100% in the Keeley and Frontier mines. Cobalt Projects is a privately held Ontario-based mineral exploration company.

On March 16, 2017, First Cobalt announced that it would “acquire” the Keeley Frontier Mines pursuant to a definitive agreement to acquire all of the outstanding share capital of Cobalt Projects, subject to the approval of the TSX Venture.

Through the purchase of all of the outstanding shares of Cobalt Projects, First Cobalt owns Cobalt Projects and First Cobalt is indirectly entitled to the option to earn up to a 100-per-cent interest in Keeley-Frontier on the terms as announced on January 30, 2017:

Canadian Silver Hunter will remain as the 100% owner of the South Lorrain Project until First Cobalt has satisfied the first part of the option, and earned a minimum of 50%.

About Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

CSH is a Canadian exploration company focused on the exploration of silver-cobalt deposits on its flagship South Lorrain Project (formerly the Keeley Frontier Project). The South Lorrain Project is located within the historic South Lorrain Silver Camp, which along with the historic Cobalt and Gowganda silver camps is part of a world class cobalt-silver district in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt between Temagami and Kirkland Lake, in northeastern Ontario.

For further information please contact:

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Jeffrey Hunter

President and CEO

(416) 707 4230

info@cshi.ca

Silver Hunter acknowledges agreement with First Cobalt

Canadian Silver Hunter Confirms First Cobalt’s Keeley Claim, Acknowledges Agreement

Toronto, Ontario, March 17, 2017 – Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. (“CSH” or the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE: AGH.H) Further to the press release dated March 16, 2017, CSH is pleased to announce that First Cobalt Corp. has secured an option to acquire 100 per cent of the historic Keeley-Frontier silvercobalt mine in Northern Ontario, as per the First Cobalt press release of March 16, 2017. CSH now acknowledges their relationship with First Cobalt Corp., as well as First Cobalt’s participation in the Keeley and Frontier mines project.

About Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. CSH is a Canadian exploration company focused on the exploration of silver-cobalt deposits on its flagship South Lorrain Project (formerly the Keeley Frontier Project). The South Lorrain Project is located within the historic South Lorrain Silver Camp, which along with the historic Cobalt and Gowganda silver camps is part of a world class cobalt-silver district in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt between Temagami and Kirkland Lake, in northeastern Ontario.

For further information please contact: Canadian Silver Hunter Inc.

Jeffrey Hunter President and CEO (416) 707 4230 info@cshi.ca www.canadiansilverhunter.ca