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These documents have been filed electronically with SEDAR and will be available on the Company's website. Restructuring Enacted in Q2 2017 During Q2 2017 the Company enacted a comprehensive capital restructuring (the "Restructuring") which negotiated approximately $13.5 million of the Company's long and short term debt into 20.3 million common shares, 10.7 million warrants, and approximately $4.6 million debt and warrant liabilities of which approximately $1.7 million was repaid during the nine months ended Q3 2017. Concurrently the Company also raised approximately $6.3 million in gross proceeds from two tranches of a private placement. These proceeds were used in priority towards working capital to ramp-up operations at the Chala One SAC plant (the "Chala Plant") as well as certain settlement payments. Q3 2017 Operational Highlights Mineral purchases were 6,459 tonnes in Q3 2017 as compared with 3,522 tonnes in Q3 2016, an increase of 83%. Mineral processed was 7,298 tonnes in Q3 2017 as compared with 3,853 tonnes in Q3 2016, an increase of 89%, including an all-time company high of 2,985 tonnes in December 2016 . Average grade of gold processed was 0.50 ounces/tonne in Q3 2017 as compared to 0.60 ounces/tonne in Q3 2016, a decrease of 17.4%. Gold production was 3,149 ounces in Q3 2017, compared with 2,015 ounces in Q3 2016, an increase of 56%. Sales of approximately $5.1 million were achieved in Q3 2017, compared with $3.1 million in the same quarter in Q3 2016, an increase of 63%. Daily throughput averaged 79.3 tonnes per day ("TPD") in Q3 2017, as compared to 45.1 TPD in Q3 2016, an increase of 76%. In December 2016 , the Chala Plant operated successfully in excess of 100 TPD for approximately 20 days including throughput up to 130 TPD (to compensate for lower production days, as applicable). As at January 31, 2017 , there were approximately 181 ounces of finished goods gold inventory, 180 ounces of gold in process inventory, and 165 ounces of gold in 230 tonnes of stockpiled material. Post-Restructuring Highlights - Q2 2017 and Q3 2017 For analysis purposes the post-Restructuring period began in Q2 2017. Analysis below includes results of Q3 2017 and Q2 2017 combined which is a critical component to evaluate the post-Restructuring performance of the Company. On a post-Restructuring basis (Q3 2017 and Q2 2017 combined) the Company had gold and silver sales of $7,494,745 with total cost of goods sold of $7,475,474 resulting in a gross margin of $19,271 . This post-Restructuring period processed approximately 10,368 tonnes of mineral with an average gold grade of 0.49 ounces/tonne at an average daily processing volume of 65.7 TPD. Quarter over Quarter highlights Results of Operations Q3 2017 compared to Q3 2016 Revenue for Q3 2017 was $5,056,691 and cost of goods sold was $5,594,639 resulting in a gross deficit of $537,948 . Comparable revenues for Q3 2016 were $3,105,726 and cost of goods sold was $3,710,062 resulting in a gross deficit of $604,336 . The primary reason for the deficit in Q3 2017 is due to the Company incurring one-time post-Restructuring ramp up costs including required maintenance on the Chala Plant, re-establishing the mineral purchase team and purchase zones, and certain December accruals relating to prior periods. During Q3 2017, the Company reported a net loss of $2,211,970 , a decrease from the net loss of $2,656,596 during Q3 2016, primarily as a result of cost cutting measures. The most significant components of the loss were (in addition to the gross operating deficit of $537,948 ), a net restructuring loss of $524,490 , management fees and salaries of $373,939 ; office, rent, utilities, insurance and other of $171,596 , and finance costs of $293,735 .

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