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Exploring for High Grade Base Metals and Cobalt Deposits in Scandinavia

Boreal Metals Corp. is a mineral exploration company focused on the discovery of Zinc, Copper, Silver, Gold, and Cobalt deposits in exceptional, historical mining project areas spanning Sweden and Norway.

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Boreal Metals Corp. (“Boreal”) is a mineral exploration company focused on the discovery of Zinc, Copper, Silver, Gold and Cobalt deposits in exceptional, historical mining project areas across Sweden and Norway.

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Funds will be raised in incremental stages as milestones are reached, with pricing reflective of exploration and development success. Acquire high value assets by issuing equity and royalities instead of paying cash; funds raised go “in the ground”, advancing projects and enhancing shareholder value.

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Gumsberg VMS Project

Bergslagen district

The Gumsberg Project is a highly prospective precious metal enriched zinc-silver-lead volcanogenic massive sulphide drill project situated in the world class Bergslagen mining district between the past producing Falun and Saxberget mines and the active Garpenberg Mine (Boliden) and Zincgruvan (Lundin) mines.

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Burfjord IOCG Project

Alta Region, Norway

The road accessible Burjord project is situated 40 kilometers southwest of Alta (regional airport), and is located 7.5 kilometers from tide water. Mineralization at Burfjord belongs to Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) deposit clan; this portion of northern Fennoscandia, a key IOCG province globally. Historical drilling at Burfjord intercepted 7m @ 3.6% Cu.

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Adak VMS Project

Skellefteå District

The Adak exploration license covers a past producing mine complex and is located in the highly prospective volcanogenic massive sulphide bearing Skellefteå Mining District which contains the historical producer Boliden (Boliden), Rakkejaur (Boliden), and Petiknäs södra (Boliden), Storliden (Lundin), and the active Renström (Boliden) and Kristenberg (Boliden) mines which occur over 120 kilometers in the highly prospective Skellefteå Group rocks.

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Tynset VMS Project

Røros District

The Tynset project, located in the Røros Mining District of central Norway, which hosts a ~30 kilometer trend of VMS style mineral occurrences and historic mines, including the Vingelen Mine, which was operated in the 18th and 19th centuries. Recent sampling by the Norwegian Geological Survey in the 1990’s and Eurasian during the past three years, identified precious and base metal exploration targets near historic mines and prospects.

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Guldgruvan Cobalt Project

SWEDEN

The 2,383 Ha Guldgruvan cobalt project is located near the town of Los, Sweden. The Project is accessible year-round, with robust infrastructure including paved roads, power, and skilled labour in nearby municipalities. The Guldgruvan nr 101 license contains numerous historical workings, test pits and shallow drill holes in addition to five major mining sites, which were the focus of historical production.

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Modum Cobalt Project

NORWAY

The 13,115 Ha Modum cobalt project is located approximately 75 kilometres west of Oslo, Norway. The Modum project is accessible year-round, with robust infrastructure including road, rail, power, and skilled labour in nearby municipalities. The Modum property position surrounds an inlier of exploration licenses held and explored by third parties that partially cover the historic Skuterud Mine. Historic mine workings, prospects and trends of mineralization extend onto the Boreal property.

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Mjövattnet and Njuggsträskliden Nickel Projects

SWEDEN

The 9,000 hectare Njuggsträskliden and 6,400 hectare Mjövattnet licenses cover multiple drill defined zones of nickel-rich sulfide mineralization. The Projects were recognized during a nationwide reconnaissance exploration program for nickel conducted between 1968 and 1984 by the Swedish Geological Survey (“SGU“) and other government entities.

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