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completed 10 surface trenches and 21 short drill holes along a 1,500 metre open strike length. Mineralization is typically 3 g/t Au within altered syenites but nugget gold remobilized into quartz veins return bonanza grades of up to 100 g/t Au over widths of less than 0.5 metres. Prospective geology has now been extended regionally along the Ridout Fault for approximately 7 kilometres on either side of the property and the Company geologists are anxious to initiate further exploration at the Haultain project and within this new trend. Transition has additional prospective gold projects along the Ridout Fault. Its Elephant Head project, located approximately 50 kilometres east of IAMGOLD's Cote Lake project, is interpreted to be similar to the Chester 1 and Chester 2 zones as currently understood from numerous historic pits and trenches that contain high grade mineralization of up to 59 g/t Au. To the east of the Haultain property, the Company's Golden Elk project is the site of the historic Frontenac Mine that operated in the 1930's. Surface mapping and trenching has outlined shear hosted gold mineralization that returned up to 11 g/t Au along an open trend of about 200 metres at the site of the old shaft. The Company also holds highly prospective property along the CadillacLarder Fault as well as along the Pipestone Fault. Along the Cadillac-Larder Fault, the Company's West Matachewan property lies 15 kilometres along strike to the west of Aurico's Young-Davidson Mine (1.5M oz of Gold). The property has similar geology, alteration and mineralization compared to Young-Davidson and is ready to be drilled. Further to the west along an interpreted extension of the structure, at the Company's Jumping Moose property, approximately 25 tonnes of large angular glacial boulders placed on outcrop host up to 500 g/t gold within telluride veins. Although the Pipestone properties located near Timmins are currently under an agreement with Gowest Gold Ltd., the Company is actively looking for partners to advance all of its other Abitibi projects. In Sudbury, two projects originally held by Transition Metals, the Aer-Kidd and Owen Nickel projects, were spun-out of the Company into a private subsidiary called Sudbury Platinum Corporation (SPC) in 2013. Of the total $6.5 million raised by Transition in 2014, $4.2 million was within this subsidiary, of which Transition currently owns 48%. Aer-Kidd is the key project, and is located approximately 30 kilometres west of Sudbury along the Worthington Off-set dyke of the Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC). The SIC is one of the world's most prolific Nickel, Copper, PGM mining camps and hosts approximately 1.5 billion tonnes of ore as past production, and current reserves and resources. The Ontario Prospector  *  Spring/Summer 2015  734289_Kirkland.indd 1 The Aer-Kidd property was mined in the late 1960's from underground workings that extend to about 300 m depth. The property is sandwiched between Vale's Totten mine (10.1mt @ 1.5% Ni, 1.97% Cu, 4.8 g/t PGM) and KGHM's Victoria development project (14.5mt @ 2.5% Ni, 2.5% Cu, 7.6 g/t PGM). Exploration work by SPC includes trenching and sampling at surface, geophysical surveying of historic drill holes and SPC is currently carrying out an on-going drill program. Of significant 13 2/20/15 5:25 PM http://www.klgold.com

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015

Report from the Ontario Prospectors Association
Sketches of Mines Through Time
Transition Metals Corp., A Successful Project Generator
Gold Exploration Properties in Premier Mining Camps in Ontario, Canada
Buyers’ Guide

Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015

Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - (Page cover1)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - (Page cover2)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - (Page 3)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - (Page 4)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - (Page 5)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - (Page 6)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Report from the Ontario Prospectors Association (Page 7)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Report from the Ontario Prospectors Association (Page 8)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Sketches of Mines Through Time (Page 9)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Sketches of Mines Through Time (Page 10)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Transition Metals Corp., A Successful Project Generator (Page 11)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Transition Metals Corp., A Successful Project Generator (Page 12)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Transition Metals Corp., A Successful Project Generator (Page 13)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Transition Metals Corp., A Successful Project Generator (Page 14)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Gold Exploration Properties in Premier Mining Camps in Ontario, Canada (Page 15)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Gold Exploration Properties in Premier Mining Camps in Ontario, Canada (Page 16)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Buyers’ Guide (Page 17)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Buyers’ Guide (Page 18)
Ontario Prospector - Spring/Summer 2015 - Buyers’ Guide (Page cover3)
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