CEO Interview with Universal Copper’s Clive Massey on the Poplar Copper Project

April 14, 2022

Universal Copper Ltd.


Clive Massey, President & CEO of Universal Copper Ltd., speaks with Tia Borden to give viewers an understanding of the potentially huge copper project they have in British Columbia with the Poplar Copper Project.

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Clive Massey, President and CEO of Universal Copper with MiningIR’s Tia Borden

The 61,600-hectare Poplar Project hosts a current undiluted indicated mineral resource of 152.3 million tonnes grading 0.32 per cent copper, 0.009 per cent molybdenum, 0.09 gram per tonne gold and 2.58 g/t silver and an undiluted inferred mineral resource of 139.3 million tonnes grading 0.29 per cent copper, 0.005 per cent molybdenum, 0.07 g/t gold and 4.95 g/t silver. The mineral resource estimate has a cut-off grade of 0.20% copper. Universal Copper cautions investors mineral resources, which are not mineral reserves, do not have demonstrated economic viability.

About Poplar

The 61,600-hectare Poplar Project lies in an historic mining region, located 35km from the Huckleberry Mine and 42km from Equity Silver Mine, where low snowfalls will allow year-round work. The road accessible property is bisected by a 138 Kva Hydroelectric line and lies 88km from Houston and 400km from the deep-water port at Prince Rupert by rail.

Cautionary Statement

The Mineral Resources are supported by the following 43-101 report filed on SEDAR under Universal’s profile on September 8, 2021: Technical Report 2021 Update On The Poplar Deposit, Omineca Mining Division British Columbia Report For: Universal Copper Ltd. Prepared By: James Ashton, P.E., SME-RM Independent Mining Consultant and Warren Robb, P.Geo. Report Date: September 2, 2021. Mineral Resources which are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. The estimate of Mineral Resources may be materially affected by environmental, permitting, legal, title, taxation, sociopolitical, marketing, changes in global gold markets or other relevant issues. The CIM definitions (2014) were followed for classification of Mineral Resources. The quantity and grade of reported inferred Mineral Resources in this estimation are uncertain in nature and there has been insufficient exploration to define these inferred Mineral Resources as an indicated Mineral Resource. It is probable that further exploration drilling will result in upgrading them to an indicated or measured Mineral Resource category.

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