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August 2017 Corporate Presentation TSXv: KBG | FSE: KGB1 | www.kingsbayres.com


Forward Looking Statements

Disclaimer The presentation contained in this document has been prepared by the Company using its best efforts to realistically and factually present the information contained. However, subjective opinion, dependence upon factors outside the Company’s control and outside information sources unavoidably dictate that the Company cannot warrant the information contained to be exhaustive, complete or sufficient. In addition, many factors can affect the Presentation which could significantly alter the results intended by the Company, rendering the Presentation unattainable or substantially altered. Therefore, interested Users should conduct their own assessment and consult with their own professional advisors prior to making any investment decisions. No guarantees are made or implied with regard to the success of the Company’s proposed ventures. Interested investors are advised to seek advice from their investment advisors. Junior mining exploration companies are subject to considerable risk, some of which are disclosed in our quarterly and annual filings as filed on SEDAR. Users should familiarize themselves with risks facing our Company and other junior mining exploration companies. TSXv: KBG | FSE: KGB1 | www.kingsbayres.com


Why Cobalt?

Technological Developments Cobalt is on the forefront of technological developments in energy storage, catalytic processes, and greater efficiencies in gas turbines and chemical processes.

Batteries A key component in lithium-ion batteries for electric automobiles and mobile devices. Alloys Alloyed with aluminium and nickel to make particularly powerful magnets. Turbines and Turbine Generators Used in jet turbines and gas turbine generators, where high-temperature strength is important. Radioactive cobalt-60 is used to treat cancer.

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Cobalt Prices 1 year price chart

12 year price chart

Steel Raw Material Prices as of August 23rd , 2017 Cobalt

USD/lb

27.22

Copper

USD/lb

2.95

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Management & Directors Kevin Bottomley, President & CEO Mr. Bottomley has spent the last 15 years in public markets focusing on company creation and capital raising. In that time Kevin has been a part of the successful completion of over 75 Million dollars in funding through networks in North America, Europe and Asia. Kevin's drive and discipline have allowed him to successfully navigate challenging business settings and scenarios in the resource and special situations sectors.

Nick Rodway, Director Mr. Rodway completed a Bachelor of Science in geology at Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2013 and has spent over 5 years working for Canadian exploration companies.

Jody Bellefleur, Chief Financial Officer, Director Ms. Bellefleur is a CPA, CGA with over 20 years' experience as a corporate accountant. Prior to her work with publicly traded companies, she was the Controller of a private manufacturing company. Since 2008, Ms. Bellefleur has exclusively been involved in providing services to both public and private companies in the junior mining sector.

Dusan Berka, Director Mr. Berka is a graduate engineer with a M.Sc. (Dipl.Ing.) degree from the Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovakia (1968) and a member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of B.C. since 1977. He has over 40 years international experience in Engineering, Marketing & Sales and Business Administration.

Nick now works with Zimtu Capital corporation in Vancouver assisting with project generation and corporate development. Nick has played a strategic role as a director with King's Bay Gold Corporation, assisting with project targeting and acquisitions.

Dusan also has extensive experience in the management, marketing, promotion and administration of public companies as well as in the Corporate Communications, shareholders information, public relation and contract negotiations. During the past 34 years Mr. Berka has served as a Director and Officer of various public companies traded on the TSX and TSX Venture Exchanges and the NASDAQ System in USA.

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Corporate Structure

Issued and Outstanding

44,436,423

Shares fully diluted:

56,356,723

Market Cap:

$ 5,332,000

Warrants:

12,550,300 priced at $0.12 expiring December 30, 2018

Options:

2,800,000 priced at $0.075 expiring October 27, 2018

Insider Holdings:

35%

$ 0.21 - $ 0.075 CAD 52 week high / low in Canada $ 0.15- $ 0.05 EURO 52 week high / low in Europe $ 0.105 CAD - $ 0.065 EURO Trading Price as of August 23rd, 2017

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Lynx Lake Copper-Cobalt Property Labrador

Location and Infrastructure

The Lynx Lake Property encompasses 240 square kilometres and is located in southern Labrador, approximately 1OO km southeast of Happy Valley-Goose Bay. The Property can be accessed along the Trans-Labrador Highway, a 1.5 hour drive from Happy Valley-Goose Bay. A three phase powerline runs directly adjacent to the property allowing access to power upon potential mine development.

Previous Work

The majority of the historical work has been completed by local prospectors. The work included grab sampling and a localized hand held electromagnetic survey. Most of the work has been carried out in two large quarry pits excavated by the Department of Transportation during construction of the highway.

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Lynx Lake Copper-Cobalt Property Labrador

Geology • Property lies within the Proterozoic terrane of the Grenville Province. • Western part of the property is underlain by granitic orthogneiss that varies in composition from granite to granodiorite and varies texturally from merely foliated to well-banded gneiss. • Eastern part of the property, separated by a northeasterly trending fault, is underlain by granitoids and amphibolitic units with massive gabbro, norite and troctolite throughout.

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Lynx Lake Copper-Cobalt Property Labrador

Due to excellent accessibility and new discoveries of mineralization in bedrock, the property has great exploration potential. Mineralization • Grab samples from gossanous areas of the eastern rock pit have yielded assays up to 1.39% Cu, 0.94% Co, 0.21% Ni, 6.5g/t Ag and 0.23% V. Exposed Veins of massive sulfide can be seen in this pit . • Samples from the western pit yielded 1.03% Cu, 0.566% Co, 0.1% Ni and 5.0 g/t Ag. • Molybdenite and Bismuth have also been discovered in the western area of mineralization yielding 0.392% Mo and 112ppm Bi. • A historic hand held EM survey carried out by previous owners has indicated strong conductors present in the subsurface in several areas. • Great potential as an exploration target for an economic Cu-Co-Ni magmatic or Iron Oxide Copper Gold type deposit.

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Quebec Cobalt Ninuk Lake Project Ninuk Lake Project

The Ninuk Lake Project is located approximately 175 kilometers northeast of Umiujag, Quebec and consists of 19 mineral claims encompassing 2164 acres. A deep-sea port is located 125 kilometers from the property.

2001 Falconbridge Ltd. completed an exploration program consisting of surface sampling, mapping and electromagnetics.

Surface sampling of massive sulfide in outcrop yielded anomalous values of up to 2.6% Ni, 1.8% Cu, and 0.27% Co. Mapping of the area exposed several lenticular ultramafic bodies containing pods massive sulfide.

A localized electromagnetic program yielded several subsurface conductors in the area. Due to several other discoveries that year, the exploration work by Falconbridge Ltd. was not followed up. The compilation of these results encourages further work to be completed on the property.

Regional Geology - The area is Neo-archean in age and located within the superior province with ultramafic to felsic rocks including granodiorite, tonalite, paragneiss, amphibolite, peridotite, pyroxenite, and gabbronorite.

Structurally the area of interest is bounded to the east and west by two regional fault systems.

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Quebec Cobalt Broadback River Cobalt Property •

Broadback River Cobalt Property

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In 1985 a magnetic and electromagnetic survey was flown by the Quebec Ministry of Natural Resources that uncovered several large conductors. In 1999-2000 Falconbridge Ltd. took 152 samples and uncovered semi massive sulphide assaying 0.7% Ni, 0.3 Cu, and 0.09% Co but only drill tested the northwestern portion of the property. All southeastern conductors remain untested. Regional Geology - The area is Archean in age and dominated by intrusive gabbro, which cuts felsic and mafic volcanics and iron formation of the Frotet-Evans Belt.

The Broadback River Project is located only 24 kilometers northwest of the Nuinsco Discovery zone and consists of 9 mineral claims encompassing 1035 acres. The property can be easily accessed by the James Bay Road north from Matagami and then by logging roads to the property approximately 75 kilometers inland.

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Quebec Cobalt Roberge Cobalt Property

The Roberge Project is located 2.1 kilometers southeast of Chesterville, Quebec and consists of 3 mineral claims encompassing 443 acres. The property is easily assessable by a paved road, which runs through the property. Soil sampling on the property revealed several anomalous sediment samples assaying up to 1.06% Co. Roberge Cobalt Property

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Trump Island Copper-Cobalt Property in Newfoundland North Trump Island Property

Property Overview The North Trump Island Property consists of 8 mineral claims encompassing an area of 2 square kilometers and is located 7 kilometers south of the town of Twillingate, Newfoundland and Labrador. The property is accessible by boat 1.5 kilometers east from the nearest boat launch at Tizzard’s Harbour on NL Hwy 345. The property’s history dates back to the mid 1860’s when a 20-foot (6.1 m) shaft was sunk on a mineralized zone of massive chalcopyrite. At the bottom of the shaft, it was reported that the mineralized zone expanded with depth but, due to limited technology, no further excavation could be safely continued. Follow up grab sampling in 1999 by G. Lewis, an experienced local prospector, revealed mineralization assaying up to 3.80% Cu, 0.30% Co, 2.90 g/t Au and 10.9 g/t Ag near the old Clymo mine shaft. The property has not been drilled to date. The compilation of the recent 1998-99 field work done by Lewis suggests that a more detailed exploration program is warranted.

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Trump Island Copper-Cobalt Property in Newfoundland

Exploration History In 1863 Nicholas Clymo, a miner of Cornwall, United Kingdom visited the area and sunk a pit to a depth of 20 feet (6.1 m) which followed a 3 feet (0.9 m)wide mineralized zone that was said to increase in thickness with depth.

He reported that a shipment of high grade copper-cobalt ore was shipped to Swansea, England as documented in the Newfoundland Provincial Mineral Rights Database. This shipment was said to be worth “40 pounds per fathom� (Clymo, 1863). In 1953, J. Kalliokoski of the Newfoundland Geologic Survey headed up a mapping and prospecting program for Newmont Mining Company in the area but no sample assays were reported. In the 1990s, G. Lewis conducted prospecting and limited rock and soil grab samples and filed a first-year assessment report in 1999 with the Newfoundland and Labrador Mineral Titles Branch.

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Trump Island Copper-Cobalt Property in Newfoundland

Regional Geology The Trump Island Group lies near the southeast boundary of the Notre Dame Subzone of the Dunnage Zone in the Central Mobile Belt, locally marked by the Chanceport Fault. The Central Mobile Belt represents the boundary of Laurentia and Gondwanaland at the start of the Appalachian-Caledonian Orogeny. The oldest unit in the Twillingate area is the Cambrian Sleepy Cove Formation mafic pillow flows and breccias mixed with minor silicic volcaniclastics. The Twillingate Granitoid, a high-soda trondjhemite characteristic of ophiolite assemblages intruded the mafic formation. Zircon age-dates place the granitoid as Late Cambrian (510 m.y.). Amphibolite dykes intrude the granitoid and mafic units with Lower Ordovician zircon ages. The ophiolite assemblages in the Notre Dame Subzone host a number of copper-rich deposits that have been mined in west-central Newfoundland.

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Current and Proposed Work Programs for 2017

Lynx Lake Copper-Cobalt Project in Labrador ➢ February 27th , commencement of Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic Geophysical Survey or “VTEM” ➢ April 2017, interpretation of data from VTEM to identify high value drilling targets ➢ July 2017 , application for phase 2 exploration

Trump Island Copper-Cobalt in Newfoundland ➢ Fall 2017- Property visit to re-sample preexisting mine shaft ➢ High resolution ground electromagnetics will be completed to find additional sub surface conductors ➢ Allocate potential drill targets and execute drill program TSXv: KBG | FSE: KGB1 | www.kingsbayres.com


Corporate Contact Information

Suite 1450, 789 West Pender Street Vancouver, BC V6C 1H2 Tel: 604 681 1568 info@KingsBayRes.com

For Investment Inquiries Please Contact: Jared Rushton, Corporate Communications jrushton@kingsbayres.com

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