|000 tonnes||% Cu||g/t Au||M Lbs Cu||000 oz Au|
|NI 43-101 Compliant Resource Estimates|
|Cedar Bay (2019)1,2||Indicated||130||1.55||9.44||4.4||39|
|Corner Bay (2019)1,3||Indicated||1,351||3.01||0.29||89.8||13|
|Measured & Indicated||412||2.48||0.27||22.5||4|
|Joe Mann (2021)5||Inferred||608||0.24||6.78||3.2||133|
|Total||Measured & Indicated||1,893||2.79||0.91||116.6||56|
|Historical (non NI 43-101 Compliant Resource Estimate)*|
|Copper Rand (2007)6,8||Proven||209||1.92||2.40||8.8||16|
|Proven & Probable||971||1.67||2.91||35.6||94|
|Measured & Indicated7||630||1.37||2.84||18.9||58|
|Cedar Bay (1990)8,9||Proven & Probable||250||0.97||5.5|
Note: numbers may not add up due to rounding.
*Note: The Copper Rand mine closed in December 2008. The Proven reserves reported in the table were adjusted from the published mineral reserves at year-end 2007 by subtracting the total mined tonnes in 2008 (data sourced from Q3 MD&A 2008 and internal reports for Q4 2008). The ore mined in Q4 2008 was selectively high-grade and most likely brought down the remaining grade of the Proven category; accurate calculations of the copper grade of the remaining ore in the Proven category is not possible as no reconciliation was done at year-end 2008. Other categories remain unchanged. The data has been converted from short tons to tonnes (x 0.907) and from oz/short ton to g/t (x 34.28).