Bralorne Region

Congress Property

At Least Ten Gold Zones Defined Near Bralorne Mine

Location: Southwest British Columbia, 120 air miles from Vancouver.
Area: 2,433 hectares (6,012 acres)
Ownership: 100%
Minerals: Silver, Gold, Silver
Status: Exploration with resources in the Measured, Indicated and Inferred Categories

The Congress Property lies approximately seven miles north of the Bralorne Gold mine, which re-opened in 2011 and continues to operate. The following resources have been developed at Congress from three principal zones:

Mineral Zone Tonnes Oz/ton g/tonne Resource
Category
Troy oz
Au
Howard 273,402 0.264 8.20 Inferred 72,178
Howard 25,909 0.367 11.40 Indicated 9,509
Howard 40,192 0.280 9.68 Measured 11,254
Lou (underground) 189,548 0.350 10.90 Inferred 66,342
Lou (open pit) 124,300 0.077 2.40 Inferred 9,571
Congress 106,678 0.238 7.40 Indicated 25,389

With the above resources and with significant ground unexplored, Congress is a prime prospect for economic mineralization. Both surface and underground work have defined at least ten gold zones.

The above information respecting the Congress Property is taken from a technical report titled "Trenching, Drilling and Metallurgical Testing on the Congress Property" by David St. Clair Dunn, P.Geo. dated November 15, 2005. The information in this technical report remains current as Levon has not conducted any material exploration work on the Congress property since the date of the report./p>