Multimillion Ounces
of Historical Gold*

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West Mining

West Mining Projects
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WEST MINING CORP. (“WEST”) is a mineral exploration company focused on acquiring and exploring advanced and prospective early-stage projects.

West is focused on its Kena gold projects in the Nelson Mining Division of south eastern British Columbia, its Spanish Mountain West and Junker gold projects located in northern British Columbia and its Kagoot cobalt project near Bathhurst, New Brunswick.

The Kena Project “Golden Arc”

The Kena Project is located in the Nelson area of the historic “Golden Arc” Multiple historic gold producing mines and known gold & copper – gold zones provide exceptional potential for additional discoveries and expansion of the known zones.

Kena Project Targets

Previous exploration work has identified 8 large gold bearing areas to target with drilling:

  • Starlight-North Star-Great Eastern Zones.
  • Gold Mountain Zone – 3,000 X 1,400 gold porphyry.
  • Kena Gold Zone
  • South Gold Zone
  • Kena Porphyry Copper Zone
  • Cat – Shaft
  • Silver King Gold Corridor- 1,000 m x 600 m wide
  • New Showings – 8 to 15 km south of Gold Mountain

Kena Project Logistics

Southern, BC

  • 21,769 acres
  • • 10 km by highway from the City of Nelson
  • • Nearby rail and power
  • • Local work force
  • • Local service and supply companies
  • • Teck Resources Trail Smelter lies 45 minutes southwest by paved highway
  • • BC’s second largest gold camp of Rossland in the
  • “The Golden Arc”, the birthplace of Cominco

Kena Project Highlights

  • Multiple bonanza grade gold zones in a world class geological setting.
  • Advanced project with bulk tonnage historical* resource of just over 480,000 ounces of gold @ ~1 g/t (with cut off grade of 0.70 g/t Au).
  • District scale trend extending 18 kilometers of strike-length and open to the northwest, southeast and down-dip.
  • Recently consolidated into large land package.
  • Large untested copper – gold porphyry targets on southern end of the property.

Kena & Daylight Mineral Resources

• The Kena Project area has produced over 90 intersectionsin drill core that are greater than 5.0 g/t Au, over greater than 2.0 m intervals.

37,123.92 meters diamond drilling in 156 bore holes

• Historical intercepts include bonanza grades:

• 48.77 – 50.00m an intercept of 1.23m of 240.07 g/t Au

• 204 – 206 meters an intercept of 2.00m of 172.10 g/t Au

53.89 – 54.89 meter an intercept of 1.00m of 50.80 g/t Au

Spanish Mountain Property

Consisting of 4 prospective mineral claims with over 1,000 hectares in the Spanish Mountain Gold Camp. Portions of the property included ground under the GAP, CEDAR CREEK and Jun 11 showings.
Locally, cherts interbedded with fine grained andesitic tuffs and argillites host pyrite. In 1984, a pyrite-rich sample (6306) assayed 1.08 grams per tonne gold (ARIS 12778) and in close proximity former pits, trenches and a caved adit expose a 6- metre wide quartz vein in argillites.
Mineralization consists of arsenopyrite. In 1984, samples assayed from 0.5 to 0.7 gram per tonne gold and 10 to 20 grams per tonne silver (ARIS12778). In 2003, samples yielded up to 0.245 gram per tonne gold and 0.103 per cent copper (Assessment Report 27245).
Similar mineralization is also reported in former pits on the south side of Cedar Creek. In 1984, samples assayed up to 0.54 gram per tonne gold and 0.65 per cent arsenic (ARIS 12778). *NON-43-101 Historic Results Not to be relied upon

Junker Property

The Junker Property is located in British Columbia’s Toodoggone district known as the “Golden Horseshoe” part of the world-renowned Golden Triangle in the Omineca/Liard mining division. The property area is underlain by lower to middle Jurassic marine sedimentary and volcanic rock of the Hazelton group geology and was originally identified in 1995 by the British Columbia Geological Survey’s Regional Geochemical Survey (RGS), in which a silt sample from the creek draining the basin in the central part of the Junker claim recorded 175 parts per billion gold (Au).
In 2004 an exploration program consisting of field sampling program has the following results:

  • Pyritic quartz vein subcrop yielded 0.1 per cent copper and 1.08 grams per tonne gold (sample 151405, ARIS 27637).
  • A dacitic subcrop sample containing thin quartz stringers with pyrite yielded 0.2 per cent lead and 8.64 grams per tonne silver (sample 151401, ARIS 27637). This sample was located about 500 metres east of sample 151405.
  • Several other float samples on the Junkers property in 2004 assayed between 1 and 4.1 grams per tonne gold (ARIS 27637).

The Kena Project “Golden Arc”

The Kena Project is located in the Nelson area of the historic “Golden Arc” Multiple historic gold producing mines and known gold & copper – gold zones provide exceptional potential for additional discoveries and expansion of the known zones.

Management
Team

NICHOLAS HOUGHTON
CEO, President, Director

Nicholas Houghton has worked several years in the private and public capital markets sector. Mr. Houghton has extensive experience in recognizing, delineating and financing business opportunities either through funding or mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Houghton has served on several company boards as director and Chairman, as well as serving in the capacity as Vice President, President and CEO. Mr. Houghton was CEO and President of True North Gems (TSX-V: TGX) and during his tenure took the company from exploration to a fully permitted mine in Greenland. He was instrumental in early stage funding for Next Leaf Solutions (CSE: OILS) and was also a founding director and board member of Less Mess Solutions (TSX-V: LMS), which was successfully bought and taken private by a UK entity based out of London.

ABBEY ABDIYE
CFO

Abbey Abdiye has extensive experience in the financial sector, in both public and private companies. He is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), and current chief financial officer of Loop Insights Inc. (TSX-V: MTRX), Ceylon Graphite Corp. (TSX-V: CYL) and Biome Grow Inc. (CSE: BIO), where he is responsible for all financial, fiscal management, regulatory compliance matters and reporting aspects of company operations. He also provides strategic guidance and direction in capital structuring and is engaged in innovative financing programs that leverage sales and development.

LUKE MONTAINE
Corporate Development

Luke Montaine has been involved in the capital markets for over 15 years in various capacities including the roles of investment advisor, corporate development, corporate finance and has organized fund raising for many venture capital and private equity situations. After studying economics at the University of British Columbia, Mr. Montaine began his career as an investment advisor at Global Securities Corporation, a boutique securities and futures brokerage firm in Vancouver, British Columbia prior to being acquired by PI Financial Corp. Mr. Montaine has had extensive experience in structuring, financing and sourcing assets for various public and private companies. Mr. Montaine currently serves as CEO and director of Ord Mountain Resources Corp. (TSX-V-NEX: OMR.H). Mr. Montaine has been instrumental in West Mining’s identification of the Kena Project opportunity, raising of capital and the selection of senior management and technical teams to advance its projects.

ALEX KLENMAN
Director

Mr. Klenman is an experienced junior mining executive whose career spans over 30 years in the private and public sectors. Over the past decade he has held and continues to hold leadership roles with several publicly traded resource companies, including senior officer and/ordirector positions with Nexus Gold Corp, Leocor Gold, Azincourt Energy, Manning Ventures, Tisdale Resources, and Arbor Metals. During his career as a marketing, communications, and finance consultant he has worked with companies such as Roxgold Inc, Forum Uranium, Integra Gold, Midnight Sun Mining, and others. He began his professional career in television broadcasting which evolved in the late 1990’s into communications, finance and marketing roles principally for publicly traded companies.

ANDREW LEE SMITH
Director

Andrew Lee Smith is a Professional Geologist who has over 30 years of experience successfully exploring, developing, and operating African and North American base and precious metals mining projects. He holds an Honours B.Sc. in Earth Sciences from the University of Waterloo and is a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia. Andrew received the Mining Entrepreneur of the Year
Award in 1994 from the Quebec Prospectors Association for his role in the development of the Beaufor and Sleeping Giant mines and was named Outstanding Alumnus of 2009 by the Science Faculty of the University of Waterloo for his contributions to mineral exploration. He is a member of The Institute of Corporate Directors and achieved the ICD.D accreditation – the only professional designation for Canadian directors recognized both nationally and internationally. He is currently President, CEO and a director of East Africa Metals Inc. (TSXV: EAM).

JOHN MIRKO
Geological Consultant

Mr. Mirko has 47 years’ experience in the mining industry and is currently the founder & President of Canam Mining Corporation, President & CEO of Rokmaster Resources Corp. and the former President and founder of Canam Alpine Resources Ltd. (sold to Vizsla Resources Ltd. in September 2019) and a founder of Pacific Rim Mining Corp., Frontier Pacific Mining Corp., Roca Mines Inc., Stikine Gold Corp. He has consulted and prospected internationally since 1972. He has successful experience in discovery, permitting, construction and mine operation. In 2008 Mr. Mirko was a recipient of the “E. A. Scholtz Medal for Excellence in Mine Development” from the Association for Mineral Exploration of British Columbia and in 2009, the Mining Association of British Columbia’s “Mining and Sustainability Award” for the MAX Mine. He is a member in good standing of the Society of Economic Geologists, Inc., the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum and the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada.

NEWS

West Mining Corp. announces $5,000,000 financing and changes to the Board of Directors and Management

WEST MINING AMENDS KENA & DAYLIGHT PROPERTIES AGREEMENT AND
ACQUIRES FOLKESTONE MINING

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WEST MINING CORP. CLOSES FINANCING AND ENTERS PROPERTY AGREEMENTS

West Mining Corp. Engages Moose Mountain Technical Services to Update Historic Kena Resource

West Mining Corp. Engages Precision GeoSurveys to Conduct Airborne Geophysical Survey Over the Kena Gold and Copper Project