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Callinex Announces Results of Initial Preliminary Economic Assessment that Generates a 34% IRR and a $230M NPV(8)% at the Nash Creek and Superjack Projects

VANCOUVER, May 14, 2018 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX) --

Callinex Announces Results of Initial Preliminary Economic Assessment that Generates a 34% IRR and a $230M NPV(8)% at the Nash Creek and Superjack Projects

PEA Highlights:

    --  Average annual production of 77M pounds of zinc, 15M pounds of
        lead and 437K ounces of silver over a ten year mine life;
    --  Life of Mine ("LOM") undiscounted pre-tax net cash flow of
        C$483M (C$293M post-tax);
    --  Pre-tax IRR of a 34.1% (25.2% post-tax) and a pre-tax NPV(8%)
        of C$230M (C$128M post-tax) with a payback period of 2.4 years
        (2.8 years post-tax);
    --  LOM all-in sustaining costs ("AISC") of C$0.37 per pound of
        zinc produced, net by-product credits;
    --  Total pre-production capital costs of C$168 million (including
        18% contingency);
    --  Assumed metal prices of US$1.25 per lb of zinc, US$1.10 per lb
        of lead, US$17 per ounce of silver and a C$/US$ exchange rate
        of 0.77; and
    --  Potential to materially enhance the economic return with
        additional drilling over the district-scale land package.


Callinex Mines Inc. (the "Company" or "Callinex") (TSX-V: CNX; OTCQX: CLLXF) is pleased to announce results from an independent initial Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") on the Company's 100% owned Nash Creek and Superjack Projects located in the Bathurst Mining District of New Brunswick, Canada (See Figure 1 and Figure 2).

The initial PEA outlines a 10-year, 3,900 tpd open-pit mining operation with a Dense Media Separation ("DMS") plant and 1,950 tpd conventional flotation process facility at the Nash Creek Project (the "Project"). The mine plan generates a strong economic return with a pre-tax internal rate of return ("IRR") of a 34.1% (25.2% post-tax) and a pre-tax Net Present Value ("NPV") at an 8% discount rate of C$230 million (C$128 million post-tax) based on pre-production capital costs of C$168 million and a zinc price of US$1.25/lb (See Tables 1 and 2). The Company believes there is a clear opportunity to significantly enhance the project's economics with additional exploration that allows for higher grade material to be scheduled earlier in the mine plan (See Figure 3).

Max Porterfield, President and CEO, stated, "We are very pleased with the results of this initial PEA that outlines the potential for a new zinc mine at our Nash Creek Project. The results of this PEA, combined with close proximity to infrastructure and a district-scale land package, represents a highly attractive scenario for Callinex shareholders."

Click here to view a two-minute video for an overview of the Nash Creek Project

Cautionary Note on PEA. The PEA is preliminary in nature and it includes Inferred Mineral Resources that are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as Mineral Reserves. There is no certainty that the PEA will be realized.

The Nash Creek Deposit is open for expansion in several directions with relatively few drill holes located outside of the Mineral Resource area. The 2017 drilling campaign on the Nash Creek Deposit, the first to ever be completed by the Company, led to a 74% increase in Indicated Mineral Resource zinc equivalent ("Zn Eq.") pounds and a 385% increase in Inferred Mineral Resource zinc equivalent pounds (See News Release dated April 16, 2018). Additionally, the Project encompasses several untested high-grade mineral occurrences over a highly prospective 20 km long trend. The Company plans to commence permitting while aggressively advancing exploration opportunities within this underexplored 150 km² district-scale land package.

The Nash Creek and Superjack Projects benefit from world-class infrastructure within close proximity. The Nash Creek Deposit is located approximately 1 km from Provincial Highway 11 and a 230 Kv high-voltage transmission lines and only 25 km by road to Glencore's Brunswick Smelter, deep water port, railway and power plant near the town of Belledune (See Figure 1 and Figure 2).

The Superjack Project is located 90 km by highway from the Company's Nash Creek Project and 15 km southwest of the Brunswick No. 12 Mine, which was previously the largest underground mine in the world (See Figure 1). Mineralization at the Superjack Project is hosted within a similar geological environment as the 'supergiant' Brunswick No. 12 Mine and Trevali's nearby Caribou Mine.

Callinex anticipates that development of the Nash Creek Project will provide a major economic benefit to the community of Lorne and additional nearby communities within New Brunswick. The PEA assumes that development of the project would create approximately 225 full-time jobs and contribute nearly $200 million in direct tax benefits.

The PEA was prepared under the supervision of Eugene Puritch, P. Eng., FEC, CET of P&E Mining Consultants Inc. the technical report will be filed on SEDAR within 45 days of this news release.

Opportunities and Exploration Potential

The Company's management team is very encouraged about the strong economic results generated from its initial PEA and the opportunities for further improvement with additional exploration, especially considering that only limited drilling has occurred outside of the Mineral Resource area. Notable opportunities for further improvement include:

    --  Exploration or acquisition activities resulting in the addition
        of higher-grade material after year one of the mine plan which
        could have potential to significantly increase the IRR and NPV
        (8% )(See
        Figure 3);
    --  Expand the 10-year mine life with additional exploration
        success at the Nash Creek Deposit, which is open for expansion,
        to increase the NPV(8%) and evaluate increasing process plant
        throughput with potential to lower unit costs and increase
        production volumes; and
    --  Potential for new discoveries within a 150 km(2) land package
        where a primary north-south corridor has several high-grade
        mineral occurrences up to 19% Pb+Zn at surface with very
        limited historic drilling.


Overview of PEA Results and Assumptions

Economic Sensitivities and Indicators

Table 1: Economic Sensitivities and Project Economics

The economic sensitivities and project economics are as follows:


                 Parameter              Unit Base Case    Spot

                                                        Scenario
    ---                                                 --------

    Zinc Price               US$/lb               $1.25           $1.40

    Lead Price               US$/lb               $1.10           $1.05

    Silver Price             US$/oz              $17.00          $16.70

    Exchange Rate            C$/US                $0.77            0.78
    -------------            -----                -----            ----


    Pre-tax
     Undiscounted
     Net Cash Flow           C$M                                $483.4    $582.6
    --------------           ---                                ------    ------

    Pre-tax NPV5%          C$M                                $303.9    $372.7
    ------------             ---                                ------    ------

    Pre-tax NPV8%          C$M                                $230.2    $286.6
    ------------             ---                                ------    ------

    Pre-tax IRR              %                    34.1%          39.2%
    -----------              ---                   ----            ----

    Pre-tax
     Payback Period          years                  2.4             2.1
    ---------------          -----                  ---             ---


    After-tax
     Undiscounted
     Net Cash Flow           C$M                                $292.5    $350.7
    --------------           ---                                ------    ------

    After-tax NPV5%        C$M                                $175.7    $216.2
    --------------           ---                                ------    ------

    After-tax NPV8%        C$M                                $127.6    $160.7
    --------------           ---                                ------    ------

    After-tax IRR            %                    25.2%          28.8%
    -------------            ---                   ----            ----

    After-tax
     Payback Period          years                  2.8             2.6
    ---------------          -----                  ---             ---


    Net Smelter
     Return                  C$/t DMS                           $80.13    $87.07

                             plant feed
    ---                      ----------

    Operating
     Margin                  C$/t DMS                           $49.28    $56.23

                             plant feed
    ---                      ----------

    Total Operating
     Cost (Incl.
     royalty)                C$/t DMS                           $30.94    $31.01

                             plant feed
    ---                      ----------


    Total Operating
     Cost (Incl.
     royalty)                C$/lb Zn                            $0.30     $0.31

                             Produced
    ---                      --------

    All-in
     Sustaining
     Costs (Excl.
     G&A)                    C$/lb Zn                            $0.37     $0.38

                             Produced
    ---                      --------

Mining and Processing Method

The PEA assumes a conventional truck and excavator open-pit mining operation at an average annual process plant production rate of 1,425,000 tonnes per annum over a mine life of approximately 10 years. Mining operations will reach an annual average total material movement of 10 million tonnes using 11.5 m(3) diesel hydraulic excavators, 90 tonne haulage trucks, and track mounted diesel powered drill rigs with up to 200 mm diameter blastholes drilled on 5 and 10 metre height benches.

The mined material will be processed at a new 3,950 tonne per day dense media plant and a 1,950 day tonne per day grinding and flotation plant located on the Project site. Two concentrates will be produced; zinc-silver and lead-silver. It is anticipated that lead concentrates could be processed at the nearby Belledune Smelter and zinc concentrates at Valleyfield, QC. The zinc concentrates also have potential to be processed overseas via the deep water port from Belledune although this alternate option was outside the scope of the PEA and was not investigated. A review of metallurgical test work has not identified any deleterious elements that would impact the marketability of the zinc and lead concentrates, which are considered of good quality.

Table 2: Mine Production Summary((1))

The operating assumptions for the financial model are as follows:


                 Parameter                        Unit    Base Case
                 ---------                        ----    ---------

    Mine Life                          Years                      10
    ---------                          -----                     ---

    Annual Production in Concentrate

    Zn Eq.                             M Lbs                    95.5

    Zinc                               M Lbs                    76.7

    Lead                               M Lbs                    14.6

    Silver                             M Oz                      0.4
    ------                             ----                      ---

    Tonnes Mined (LOM)                 Mt                       14.4

    Nash Creek                         Mt                       13.1

    Superjack                          Mt                        1.3


    Strip Ratio (LOM)                  Waste to Mill Feed        6.7
    ----------------                   ------------------        ---

    DMS Plant Feed

    Zn Eq.                             %                       3.70%

    Zinc                               %                       2.88%

    Lead                               %                       0.62%

    Silver                             g/t                     20.26
    ------                             ---                     -----

    DMS Rejection Rate                 %                       50.0%
    ------------------                 ---                      ----

    DMS Sulphide Loss                  %                        7.0%
    -----------------                  ---                       ---

    Mill Feed (LOM)                    Mt                        7.2
    --------------                     ---                       ---

    Average Head Grade (LOM)

    Zn Eq.                             %                       6.88%

    Zinc                               %                       5.36%

    Lead                               %                       1.15%

    Silver                             g/t                     37.68


    Average Recovery to Concentrate

    Zinc (Zinc Concentrate)            %                       90.0%

    Lead (Lead Concentrate)            %                       80.0%

    Silver (Lead and Zinc Concentrate) %                       25.0%


    Zinc in Zinc Concentrate           %                       53.8%
    ------------------------           ---                      ----

    Silver in Zinc Concentrate         g/t                       105
    --------------------------         ---                       ---

    Lead  in Lead Concentrate          %                       50.3%
    -------------------------          ---                      ----

    Silver in Lead Concentrate         g/t                       517
    --------------------------         ---                       ---

    Zinc Concentrate Terms

    Treatment Charge                   US$/dmt                  $150

    Transportation Cost                US$/wmt                   $30

    Payable Rate for Zinc              %                         85%


    NSR from Zinc Concentrate          C$M                           $939
    -------------------------          ---                           ----

    Lead Concentrate Terms

    Treatment Charge                   US$/dmt                  $134

    Transportation Cost                US$/wmt                    $5

    Payable Rate for Lead              %                         95%


    NSR from Lead Concentrate          C$M                           $217
    -------------------------          ---                           ----

  1. Zinc equivalent calculation used to reference PEA figures is based
     on the following metal prices: zinc US$2,755/t (1.25/lb), lead
     US$2,205/t (1.10/lb), and silver US$17.0 per oz. Metal recoveries
     of 100% were applied in the metal equivalent calculations. The
     zinc equivalent calculation is as follows: Zn Eq = 100 ((Ag Price
     in (g) x Ag Grade) + (Pb Price*2204.6 x Pb Grade(%)/100) + (Zn
     Price*2204.6 x (Zn Grade(%)/100))/Zn Price*2204.6).


Operating and Capital Costs

Table 3: Operating Cost

The anticipated operating costs are as follows:


                 Parameter             Unit        Unit  LOM
                                                   Cost Costs
                                                        (C$M)
    ---                                                 ----

    Mining Cost (Ovb)         C$/t mined     $2.00        $7.4
    ----------------          ----------     -----        ----

    Mining Cost (Waste)       C$/t mined     $2.35      $209.0
    ------------------        ----------     -----      ------

    Mining Cost (Mineralized) C$/t mined     $2.75       $39.9
    ------------------------  ----------     -----       -----

    Superjack Ore Transport   C$/t mined    $13.00       $16.8
    -----------------------   ----------    ------       -----

    DMS Processing Cost       C$/t mined     $0.20        $2.9
    -------------------       ----------     -----        ----

    Flotation Processing Cost C$/t milled   $13.20       $95.2
    ------------------------- -----------   ------       -----

    Tailings Handling         C$/t DMS feed  $1.25       $17.1
    -----------------         -------------  -----       -----

    Environmental             C$/t DMS feed  $1.44       $20.8
    -------------             -------------  -----       -----

    G&A                       C$M/yr         $2.50       $25.8
    ---                       ------         -----       -----

    Royalty                   NSR             1.0%      $11.6
    -------                   ---              ---       -----

    Total Operating Cost      C$/t mined    $30.94      $434.8
    --------------------      ----------    ------      ------

Table 4: Life of Mine Capital Costs

The initial and sustaining capital costs are presented as follows:


    Category                           Contingency         Initial (C$M)
    --------                           -----------         -------------

    Mine Pre-Stripping                   5%                       $10.2
    ------------------                  ---                        -----

    Mining Capital Cost                 20%                        $5.3
    -------------------                 ---                         ----

    Process Plant with DMS (Directs)    20%                       $63.1
    -------------------------------     ---                        -----

    Infrastructure                      20%                       $23.0
    --------------                      ---                        -----

    Permitting and Tailings             10%                       $16.7
    -----------------------             ---                        -----

    Indirects                           20%                       $24.6
    ---------                           ---                        -----

    Contingency Total                   18%                       $31.4
    -----------------                   ---                        -----

    Total Initial Capital Cost                                   $168.3
    --------------------------                                   ------


    Category                         Contingency          Sustaining
                                                               (C$M)
    --------                                 ----------- -----------

    Mine & Equipment Lease              20%                       $31.1
    ----------------------              ---                        -----

    Process Plant with DMS              10%                        $3.0
    ----------------------              ---                         ----

    Closure & Reclamation               10%                       $15.8
    ---------------------               ---                        -----

    Contingency Total                   15%                        $8.0
    -----------------                   ---                         ----

    Total Sustaining Capital                                      $57.9
    ------------------------                                      -----


    Total Capital Cost                                           $226.2
    ------------------                                           ------

Project Infrastructure

The Project will benefit from infrastructure, services and skilled labour available in the Bathurst Mining Camp. The Nash Creek Project site is located approximately 50 km northwest of the city of Bathurst and is accessible year-round from paved Provincial Highway 11 and a 1 km paved road. Project site infrastructure is anticipated to include:

    --  Plant site and haul roads;

    --  Administration buildings and assay lab;

    --  Mine maintenance shop, warehouse and fuel storage facilities;

    --  Fresh water supply and sewage treatment; and

    --  Lined tailings storage area.


The proposed Nash Creek Project mill and process plant site is ideally located on the access road to the open pit and on private land owned by Callinex. The proposed processing plant site is located on a relatively flat area adjacent to the open pit. A small creek valley to the west of the open pit provides a suitable site for a dammed tailings management facility for the first 4 years of mine life. Thereafter, tailings will be deposited into the first small pit area to be mined out. Power to the site will be supplied by a 1 km transmission line connecting to the nearby 230 kV provincial grid.

Environmental, Permitting and Taxes

The PEA envisages potential to create approximately 225 jobs if the project is advanced into production. The project could have a major impact within the surrounding communities of Lorne and Belledune, where there are limited number of economic opportunities resulting in a unemployment rate exceeding 20%. The nearby cities of Bathurst and Cambellton located within 50 km to the Project also have higher unemployment rates of approximately 11%. In addition to the potential for direct job creation, the PEA outlines gross taxes and royalty payable to the Province of New Brunswick of approximately $130 million and approximately $64 million to the Government of Canada (See Table 6).

The Nash Creek Project will be subject to federal, provincial and local regulatory requirements. The principal provincial legislation related to the approval of mining projects and environmental impact assessment (EIA) and are the New Brunswick Mining Act and General Regulation 86-98 of The Clean Environment Act and EIA Regulation 87-83, and Water Quality Regulation 82-126. Relevant key federal legislation includes the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act, Fisheries Act and Metal Mining Effluent Regulations. The New Brunswick Department Energy and Resource Development has provided a concise guide to the mine approval process.

The relatively low sulphide content of the Nash Creek mineralization is anticipated to have low waste rock ARD potential. Additionally, identifiable ARD material will be placed in the mined out open pits at the end of the Project life.

Table 5: Taxes Payable


    Parameter                    Unit Tax     Taxes Paid
                                      Rate
    ---                               ----

    Federal Income Tax       C$M        15.0%             $63.2
    ------------------       ---         ----              -----

    New Brunswick Income Tax C$M        14.0%             $58.9
    ------------------------ ---         ----              -----

    NB Net Profit Mining Tax C$M        16.0%             $61.6
    ------------------------ ---         ----              -----

    NB Net Revenue Tax       C$M         2.0%             $17.2
    ------------------       ---          ---              -----

    Gross Tax Payable        C$M        40.2%            $200.9
    -----------------        ---         ----             ------

Conceptual Toll Milling Scenario

P&E investigated the concept of transporting the mined mineralized material with DMS upgrading to a hypothetical toll milling facility within the Bathurst Mining District located 100 km from the Nash Creek Project. Transport costs of C$15/tonne and toll processing costs of C$24/tonne were assumed. This scenario provided robust economic return on capital with a pre-tax IRR of 46.9% (32.3% post-tax) and a pre-tax NPV(8%) of C$125 million (C$69 million post-tax) with a pre-production capital cost of $62.2M

Mineral Resource Estimates Incorporated in PEA

The PEA mine plans assumes that 14.4 million tonnes of diluted mineralized material grading 3.1% Zn Eq. (2.9% Zn, 0.6% Pb and 20.3 g/t Ag) is delivered to the DMS plant. The table below outlines the total Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resources (See News Release dated April 16, 2018), including those that were not included within the mine plan.

Table 6: Mineral Resource Estimates for the Nash Creek and Superjack Projects

                                          Indicated Mineral Resources
                                          ---------------------------

        Project Tonnes            Zn Eq.            Zn (%)             Pb         Ag          Cu       Contained Zn Eq.
                                    (%)                               (%)       (g/t)        (%)         (M lbs)
    ---                             ---                                ---        -----        ---           ------

         Nash
         Creek         13,592,000        3.21               2.68           0.58         17.8       n/a                  963.4
         -----         ----------        ----               ----           ----         ----       ---                  -----

         Total         13,592,000        3.21               2.68           0.58         17.8  n/a                       963.4
         -----         ----------        ----               ----           ----         ----  ---                       -----

                                             Inferred Mineral Resources
                                             --------------------------

         Project   Tonnes           Zn Eq.            Zn (%)             Pb         Ag           Cu           Contained Zn Eq.
                                     (%)                                (%)       (g/t)        (%)              (M lbs)
    ---                              ---                                 ---        -----        ---                ------

        Superjack         3,211,000        4.63                3.01          0.78         29.5           0.27                   327.6
        ---------         ---------        ----                ----          ----         ----           ----                   -----

        Nash Creek        5,929,000        3.11                2.68          0.47         13.9       n/a                       407.1
        ----------        ---------        ----                ----          ----         ----       ---                       -----

          Total           9,140,000        3.64                2.80          0.58         19.4           0.09                   734.7
          -----           ---------        ----                ----          ----         ----           ----                   -----

Notes:

  1. Mineral Resources are categorized according to CIM Definition
     Standards; it cannot be assumed that all or any part of Inferred
     Mineral Resources will be upgraded to Indicated or Measured as a
     result of continued exploration.
  2. The Nash Creek Mineral Resource Estimate includes the Hickey Zone
     and Hayes Zone.
  3. The Superjack Mineral Resource Estimates includes the Nepisiguit A
     (the "A Zone") and Nepisiguit C Zones (the "C Zone").
  4. Zinc equivalent Mineral Resources for the Nash Creek Project based
     on trailing 3-year metal prices and metallurgical recovery
     assumptions based on limited testwork. Zinc equivalency is
     calculated as Zn%+ 0.747*Pb% + 0.006*Ag_ppm.
  5. A cut-off grade of 1.5% Zn Eq. was utilized in the resource
     estimate.
  6. Zinc equivalent Mineral Resources for the Superjack Project were
     calculated using metal prices of $1.12/lb for zinc, $1.06/lb for
     lead, $2.97/lb for copper and $20.38/oz for silver. Metal
     recoveries have been assumed to be 100% for zinc, 72% for lead,
     86% for copper and 70% for silver. A cut-off grade of 1.5% Zn Eq.
     was utilized in the Mineral Resource Estimate.


Figure 1: Map of the Bathurst Mining District of New Brunswick

Figure 2: Nash Creek Land Package

Figure 3: Nash Creek Production Schedule Overview - Operating Cash Flow and Zinc Grades

Figure 4: Nash Creek Provides Leverage to Zinc and Lead Prices

Figure 5: Conceptual Nash Creek Open Pit with Mineral Resources

Qualified Persons Statement

The PEA was prepared under the supervision of Eugene Puritch, P. Eng., FEC, CET of P&E Mining Consultants Inc. Mr. Puritch is an independent Qualified Person in accordance with NI 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical contents of this news release.

Cautionary Note on PEA

The PEA is preliminary in nature and it includes Inferred Mineral Resources that are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as Mineral Reserves. There is no certainty that the PEA will be realized.

About Callinex Mines Inc.

Callinex Mines Inc. (TSX-V: CNX ; OTCQX: CLLXF) is advancing its portfolio of zinc rich deposits located in established Canadian mining jurisdictions. The portfolio is highlighted by its Nash Creek and Superjack deposits in the Bathurst Mining District of New Brunswick. A 2018 PEA outlined a mine plan that generates a strong economic return with a pre-tax IRR of a 34.1% (25.2% post-tax) and a pre-tax NPV(8%) of C$230 million (C$128 million post-tax). The projects have significant exploration upside over a district-scale land package that encompasses several high-grade mineral occurrences along a 20 km trend.

Callinex has a project portfolio that also includes projects within the Flin Flon Mining District of Manitoba that are located 25 km to an operating processing facility that requires additional ore. The Company's projects host Indicated resources of 13.6 Mt averaging 3.2% Zn Eq. totaling 963 million pounds and Inferred resources of 23.2 Mt averaging 5.2% Zn Eq. totaling 2.7 billion pounds (See News Release dated April 16, 2018).

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Some statements in this news release contain forward-looking information. These statements include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to future expenditures. These statements address future events and conditions and, as such, involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the statements. Such factors include, among others, the ability to complete the proposed drill program and the timing and amount of expenditures. Except as required under applicable securities laws, Callinex does not assume the obligation to update any forward-looking statement.

Callinex Mines Inc., Max Porterfield, President and Chief Executive Officer, Phone: (604) 605-0885, E-mail: info@callinex.ca

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