Evolución

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The Evolución property covers 45,000 hectares (450 km2) and 35 kilometres of strike in one of the world’s premier silver districts. The property includes a mineral processing facility, which the Company utilizes to process ore from its Platosa Mine in the state of Durango, Mexico. The mineral processing facility currently has capacity of 800 tonnes per day (“tpd”), with a 650 tpd ball mill in operation and a second, 150 tpd ball mill on standby, with opportunities available for further expansion. Ample capacity remains available to process increased Platosa Mine production and potential new discoveries at either Platosa or Evolución, along with ore from San Sebastián expected to enter bulk sample testing pursuant to a toll milling arrangement later this year.

Mineralization in the Evolución region is hosted in epithermal quartz veins typical of the Fresnillo silver belt, most proximally at Hecla Mining Company’s San Sebastián Mine, 42 kilometres to the northwest and along strike from Evolución. Mining was historically undertaken on the Calvario Vein and via multiple shafts along the structures being tested as part of this program. For more information on the Company’s current drill program, please see the Corporate Presentation.

Mr. Ben Pullinger, P. Geo, Senior Vice-President Geology, has acted as the Qualified Person, as defined in NI 43-101, with respect to the disclosure of the scientific and technical information relating to this website.

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