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Canadian Silver Hunter Inc., a junior mineral exploration company, focuses on the acquisition, exploration, discovery, and development of mineral deposits in Canada. The company intends to explore for silver, nickel, cobalt, and other ores. It holds 100% interest in its flagship South Lorrain Project, which includes the Keeley and Frontier mines, Veinlode Silver Mines mining leases, Montreal River Extension claims, and Tooth Lake/King George claims located in South Lorrain Silver Camp in Larder Lake Mining Division, Ontario. The company was formerly known as Silver Centre Resources Inc. and changed its name to Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. in November 2010. Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

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Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. Updates Activity at Keeley-Frontier Silver Cobalt Project

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. completed powerstripping and channel sampling at the Keeley-Frontier silver cobalt project in South Lorrain township, Ontario. Historic production at Keeley-Frontier totaled approximately 20 million ounces of silver and 3 million pounds of cobalt from several key fault/vein structures. Mining ceased in 1967 due to low silver prices, despite the discovery of new productive structures. Many more fault/vein structures on the property were outlined but not fully explored. CSH has been evaluating the historic exploration and production records in conjunction with surface exploration to generate high priority silver/cobalt targets. One of the main fault structures on the property (#1 Fault) is located in a past-productive area; however the fault did not receive extensive exploration. This may have been due to the fact that the #1 Fault structure is oriented east-west, while production in the area came mainly from north-south oriented fault/vein structures. Much of the #1 Fault structure is buried beneath mine muck stockpiles and tailings. One area on the west side of Gibson Lake was stripped and sampled in 2012 with favourable results. Silver and cobalt production are known to have occurred 300 metres to the east from the Woods and Watson veins. Another area along the #1 Fault structure, proximal to the Frontier #1 Shaft, was powerstripped in 2013. This area is located 440 metres east of the Gibson stripping. No channel sampling was done along the powerstripped areas in 2013 due to depth of overburden and flooding of the trenches. In 2014 the area was revisited, with additional powerstripping, mapping and channel sampling. Results from this work indicate that the #1 Fault structure in this area consists of a wide (20 metres) zone of fractured, epidotized and silicified pillowed volcanics, cut by syenitic and micaceous dykes. These Frontier #1 Shaft area channel samples returned anomalous silver, arsenic, cobalt, copper and nickel (up to 20.7 g/t Ag, 0.16% As, 0.16% Cu, 0.026% Co, 0.07% Ni). It is important to note that no discrete veins were sampled and that the higher metal values are associated with pyrrhotite-pyrite-chalcopyrite veinlets within patchy epidote-silica altered volcanics. The mineralization and assay results are similar to the Gibson lake area, although the Gibson Lake area returned locally higher silver, zinc and lead values including 86.6 g/t Ag, 0.28% Cu, 0.65% Zn and 0.91% Pb over 2.25 metres. CSH believes that the information gained by exposing outcrop in areas proximal to historic silver-bearing structures and performing geochemical and structural analysis will ultimately locate new zones of silver-cobalt mineralization. CSH will also continue to compile historic data in order to put more recent (2012-2014) surface and drill core sampling into perspective. Detailed EM and IP geophysical techniques will be tested as a guide to drilling, which will focus on very conductive high grade silver targets as well as more disseminated silver-cobalt-nickel targets.

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. Auditor Raises 'Going Concern' Doubt

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. filed its Annual on Apr 04, 2014 for the period ending Dec 31, 2013. In this report its auditor, McGovern, Hurley, Cunningham, LLP, gave an unqualified opinion expressing doubt that the company can continue as a going concern.

Canadian Silver Hunter Announces Acquisition of 100% Interest in 26 Veinlode Claims

Canadian Silver Hunter Inc. announced that it has acquired a 100% interest in 26 patented mineral claims in South Lorrain, Ontario adjacent to the Company's flagship South Lorrain Project. The claims were purchased from Veinlode Silver Mines Limited (Veinlode). Under the terms of an asset purchase agreement dated February 19, 2014, between the company and Veinlode, the company acquired all of the Veinlode Claims from Veinlode. The consideration for this acquisition consisted of the issuance of 40,000 common shares of the Company to Veinlode. The transaction was approved by Veinlode's shareholders at a meeting held on April 26, 2013. The company holds a one-third equity interest in Veinlode, acquired pursuant to a share purchase transaction which closed on November 20, 2012, as announced in a press release issued by the company on the same date. Jeffrey Hunter, President and Chief Executive Officer and a director of the Company, serves as President and a director of Veinlode. In addition, Audrey Lee, Mr. Hunter's spouse, also serves as a director of Veinlode. As such, the purchase of the Veinlode Claims is a "related party transaction" for the purposes of Multilateral Instrument 61-101 - Protection of Minority Security Holders in Special Transactions (MI 61-101). The company is relying on an exemption from the minority approval and formal valuation requirements of MI 61-101 due to the fact that the value of the Veinlode Claims does not represent greater than 25% of the vompany's market capitalization.


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