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QUEENSTON MINING INC. BY BRIAN SALGADO QUEENSTON MINING INC. IS BANKING ON CANADA’S RELATIVELY LOW BARRIERS TO ENTRY TO ATTRACT GOLD INVESTORS TO ITS PROPERTIES. THE QUEEN’S GOLD C Queenston Mining already owns properties in the historically rich Kirkland Lake, Ontario, and Cadillac, Quebec, gold camps, which put the company in an advantageous position to attract investors as gold prices sit at high levels. COMPANY PROFILE Queenston Mining Inc. www.queenston.ca 2009 exploration expenditures: $11.2 million safe geopolitical environments, and Canada fits that.” 124 | EXPLORATION-PROCESSING.COM Headquarters: Toronto Employees: 40 Service: Gold exploration Charles E. Page, president and CEO: “There is a flight back to urrent gold prices – which sit at around $1,200 per ounce as of July 2010 – have spurred countless junior venture companies into action around the world. One distinct advantage for Queenston Mining Inc. (QMI) is that it owns properties in Canada’s historically rich Kirkland Lake, Ontario, and Cadillac, Quebec, gold camps, which makes for far fewer barriers to entry for investors. “It is all about location with respect to mining projects,” says Charles E. Page, president and CEO. “Our advantage is that the geopolitical environment is safe in Canada where mining is a thriving industry and wanted. There are issues in other jurisdictions, including drastic changes in mining acts, tax and royalties and that is making mining companies and investors nervous. So, there appears to be a flight back to safe geopolitical environments, and Canada fits that.” QMI maintains the largest land holdings in the Kirkland Lake gold camp, located in the heart of the Ontario’s mining district with its holdings comprising 29 contiguous properties totaling an area of 190 kilometers. Kirkland Lake with 40 million ounces of gold is ranked as Canada’s second largest camp with respect to gold production. QMI’s properties host seven gold deposits that contain current and historic mineral resources of 2.1 million ounces. The primary focus, according to QMI, is in Gauthier Township, where QMI is advancing four of its gold deposits – Upper Beaver, McBean, Anoki and Upper Canada – toward production. The company says its goals are to outline a mineral resource of 4 million ounces of gold and feed a central milling facility to be constructed on the Upper Canada site. In Teck Township, QMI says it and Kirkland Lake Gold Inc. continue underground advanced exploration on the joint-venture South Claims and HM properties targeting the new South Mine Complex. Deep surface exploration drilling also will continue to target the South Mine Complex on the 100 percent owned Amalgamated Kirkland Property. The company says it has a 2010 exploration budget in Kirkland Lake of $16 million for work on eight separate properties that will utilize up to 15 diamond drill rigs. In the Cadillac gold camp, QMI maintains two past producing gold properties along the Cadillac Break adjacent to the LaRonde and Lapa gold mines operated FALL 2010 http://www.EXPLORATION-PROCESSING.COM

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Gazelle’s Oilfield Services Ltd.
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Lydford Mining Co.
Offshore Inland Marine, Industrial & Oilfield Services
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Western Copper Corp.
Alberta Welltest Incinerators
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Energy Fabrication Inc.
OFM Pump Inc.
Lithium Americas Corp.
New Dominion Construction Inc.
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Reagan Equipment Co. Inc.
Swick Mining Services (Canada) Inc.
American Oil & Gas – The Goliath Project
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American Tank Company Inc.
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Laurel Aggregates Inc.
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Queenston Mining Inc.
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