September 19, 2014 4:33 PM ET

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Company Overview of Magpie Titaniferous Magnetite Deposits in Quebec

Company Overview

As per the transaction announced on February 19, 2008, Magpie Titaniferous Magnetite Deposits in Quebec was acquired by The Magpie Mines Inc. Magpie Titaniferous Magnetite Deposits in Quebec comprises of metal and mineral mining claim that has titaniferous magnetite reserves. Magpie Titaniferous Magnetite Deposits contain more than one billion tons of titaniferous magnetite which grades 43 per cent iron, 10.5 per cent titanium and 1.6 per cent chromium with minor values of vanadium. The deposits are based in Canada.

, QC 

Canada

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