Afzaal Pirzada, M.Sc.(Geology), P.Geo., is a consultant to Medaro Mining and a Qualified Person, as defined by NI 43-101. Mr. Pirzada has approved disclosure set out below.
The town of Thunder Bay, located about 375 kilometres from Medaro’s Superb Lake Property is the largest city in Northwestern Ontario. It’s the heart of the highly active exploration and mine operations throughout the region.
The town offers a large workforce, mine focused contracting services, and is a transportation hub for Canada with direct access to the USA. There is a large port facility on the St. Lawrence Seaway System which is a principal north-south route from the Upper Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico.
Many junior exploration and mining companies are based in Thunder Bay, and the city is a source of skilled mining labour.
The Superb Lake Property is an exploration stage prospect consisting of 8 mining claims totaling approximately 2,187 hectares in the O’ Sullivan Lake / Maun Lake Area.
The nearest town to the property is Nakina situated 45 km to the south. Access is principally via gravel roads leading to forest service roads into the claim blocks.
The pegmatite has spodumene as a principal lithium mineral which occurs as large isolated crystals in a relatively fine-textured groundmass of feldspar, quartz, mica and other minerals, and to a lesser extent as a part of the groundmass itself. The pegmatite exhibits deformation by internal thin shears that are locally anastomosing and by several re-entrants of metasedimentary host rock into the pegmatite along the southern contact. The results of four samples taken from spodumene rich samples indicate lithium oxide (Li2O) values in the range of 1.77 percent (%) to 4.03%.*
* Source: Technical Report on the Superb Lake Property – October 2020, which is available under the Company’s profile on SEDAR.