Sustainable Mining Exploration

PUMA EXPLORATION (PUMA:TSX-V/PUXPF:OTCBB) is a Canadian-based mineral exploration company located in Rimouski, in the province of Quebec. This junior company, which has been active in the field of mineral exploration since 2003, is distinguished by its dynamism, as evidenced by its projects at different stages of development in precious and base metals. The Corporation's main projects are the Murray Brook, Turgeon and Nicholas-Denys projects, all located in New Brunswick.


New Brunswick is a province rich in natural resources, qualifying as the seventh best place in the world for mineral exploration by the Fraser Institute in 2014. Puma Exploration projects are located nearby and inside the famous Bathurst Mining Camp (BMC).

Puma Exploration has become a major player in mineral exploration in New Brunswick through the acquisition of a diversified portfolio of mining properties. In 2014, the Company was honored to receive the Prospector of the Year award from The New Brunswick Prospectors and Developers Association. The Corporation benefits from the proximity of several infrastructures: In addition to the structured road network bordering its projects, a major seaport, the one of Belledune, is located near the city of Bathurst.

In addition to its portfolio of mineral properties in New Brunswick, Puma Exploration has an equity interest in BWR Exploration (BWR: TSX-V) following the Little Stull Lake (Manitoba) gold property transaction.

Lastly, the Company is keenly following the principles of sustainable development, social responsibility and social acceptability derived from the ISO 26000 standard. The quality of the links between the Company and the various communities is of paramount importance for Puma Exploration, and that is why it works on it on a continuous basis.

Flagship Project - Murray Brook

The Murray Brook property consists of a Mining Lease and a contiguous Mineral Claim Block (245 claims) located 4 km west of the Caribou Mine, which is owned and operated by Trevali Mining Corporation (TV:TSX-T). Puma Exploration is in process of acquiring 100% of the Murray Brook property.



❖ A preliminary economic assessment (PEA) was obtained on the Murray Brook deposit in July 2013 by Votorantim Metals Canada Inc. A copy of the PEA was filed on SEDAR by El Nino Ventures Inc. Puma Exploration plans to update the PEA in the first half of 2018.

❖ The Murray Brook deposit contains historical resources of 1 billion pounds (lbs) of zinc, 183 million lbs of copper, 390 million lbs of lead, 23.9 million ounces (“oz”) of silver and 338,000 oz. of gold within historical Measured and Indicated Resources of 17,884,000 tons @ 2.73% Zn, 0.47% Cu, 0.99% Pb, 41.7 grams per ton (“g/t Ag”) and 0.59 g/T Au.

❖ Preliminary metallurgical tests indicated recoveries of up to 88% zinc.

❖ Gravity and soil geochemical targets exist along strike from the Murray Brook deposit and there are high priority drill-ready targets in favorable stratigraphy and along strike from the nearby Caribou Mine within Mineral Claim Block 4925.


Press Releases

17/01/2018 : Puma Exploration Announces Stock Ticker Symbol Change to "PUMA" on the TSXV

09/01/2018 : Puma Exploration keeps the Red Brook option agreement in good standing

20/12/2017 : Puma Exploration completes trenching and begins a 5,000 meters drilling program in the Murray Brook area



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Puma Exploration is a Canadian-based mineral exploration company with advanced projects in precious and base metals in Canada. Corporation's main projects are Murray Brook, Turgeon and Nicholas-Denys projects, all located in New Brunswick. Puma Exploration currently focuses on their New Brunswick projects, because that is a resource-rich area that, according to the Fraser Institute, is one of the best place in the world to carry out mineral exploration works. In addition to its mineral properties portfolio, Puma Exploration has an equity interest in BWR Exploration Inc. (BWR: TSX-V) following the Little Stull Lake gold property transaction.