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Forward-Looking Statements

Except for historical information, this presentation may contain certain “forward-looking statements”. These statements may involve a number of known and unknown risks and uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity and performance to be materially different from the expectations and projections of Globex.No assurance can be given that any events anticipated by the forward-looking informationwill transpire or occur, or if any of them do so, what benefits Globexwill derive therefrom.A detailed discussion of the risk factors relating to Globexis available in Globex’s Annual Information Form, available at www.sedar.com.

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At Home in North America

PRECIOUSMETALS

BASE METALS(POLYMETALLIC)

Gold • Silver •Platinum

Palladium

Precious

Metals Recovery

Technology

Copper • Zinc • Lead,

Nickel • Gold • Silver

SPECIALTYMETALS & MINERALS

WORLDWIDEMAGNESIUM CORP.

Manganese • Rare Earths

Mica • Iron • Apatite

Lithium • Uranium

Molybdenum

Talc• MagnesiumCompounds

Copper• Gold• ZincSilver • Iron

ROYALTIES& OPTIONS

Gold• SilverCopper• Zinc

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GlobexMining Enterprises Inc.

(no rollbacks)

  • Shares Issued 27, 896, 018
  • Shares Fully Diluted 29, 938, 918
  • Funds available for exploration
  • No debt
  • Owns 100% of its property interests
  • Based in North America, primarily Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick
  • Specialized and experienced Board of Directors composedof 4 senior geologists and 1 mining accountant
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Diversified Mineral Holdings:

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Specialty Metals

Base Metals

Industrial Metals

Precious Metals

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Historical Value of Production

Total: US $ 370 Billion

$1.64 B

$1.49 B

$163.9 B

$34.18 B

$1.64 B

$18.0 B

$52.38 B

$ 1.64 B

$55.44 B

$ 39.36 B

Metal Prices Used in Calculations

Au

Ag

166.61 Million oz

635.8 Million oz

28.0 Billion lb

14.5 Billion lb

Zn

Cu

Au $1400.00/oz

Ag $ 23.00/oz

Zn $ 0.82/lb

Cu $ 3.30/lb

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Timmins Talc-Magnesite Project

Resource

100m

Zone A

20 year Preliminary Economic Assessment

  • Magnesium Oxide (MgO) > 94.8% Recovery
  • Talc > 70.8% Recovery
  • Annual Tonnage Processed 500,000 tonnes
  • Total Sales (Gross) > $2,578,000,000 Cdn.
  • Pre-Production Cap Ex > $268,400,000 Cdn.
  • Price (MgO) > $570/t Cdn.
  • Price (Talc) > $500/t Cdn.
  • Size Potential + 100 M. Tonnes
  • Life + 60 years (Zone A only)
  • Mining Method ̶ Open Pit
  • MgO Purity + 98%
  • Talc Brightness 93-95
  • After Tax IRR 20%

Projections based upon Micon International Limited PEA Report April 16, 2012

Resources : NI 43-101 conformable

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Iron Hill (Manganese/Iron Deposit 21 J 04)

110⁰

GNB11-02

GNB11-03

2.50% Mn, 6.90% Fe / 32.93 m

8.70% Mn, 11.76% Fe / 49.0 m

10.18% Mn, 15.48% Fe / 19.24 m

32.93 m

57 m

2.22% Mn, 7.91% Fe / 36.03m

52.17 m

(Open)

11.17% Mn, 16.75% Fe / 19.92 m

Hole ended in 10.38% Mn, 11.76% Fe

88.20 m

4.06% Mn, 9.75% Fe / 7.66 m

108.12 m

10.45% Mn, 12.51% Fe / 20.92 m

115.78 m

136.50 m

  • 100% imported (strategic element)
  • Required in order to make stainless steel

0

20m

40m

60m

80m

100m

320 m

>8% Mn

<8% Mn

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Realization of True Value:

Spin Outs

Precious Metals

Recovery Technology

WORLDWIDEMAGNESIUM CORP.

MULTIPLE LAND

PACKAGES

Talc• MagnesiumCompounds

Gold•Base Metals

Industrial Minerals

8 former Au/Cu Mines

Large Land Position

2 UnminedDeposits

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Chibougamau Mining Camp

  • 100% interest in a major land package in the Chibougamau Mining Camp – 6,528 hectares
  • 5 former copper-gold mines
  • Down dip of 3 large copper-gold deposits
  • 2 Unmined deposits(Au, Ag, Zn - Berrigan) & (Cu, Au – Bateman Bay)
  • 1 Unmined iron/titanium/vanadium deposit
  • Several partially defined copper-gold zones
  • Large exploration land package withnumerous targets
  • No environmental liabilities

Copper• Gold• ZincSilver • Iron

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Geological Map of the Chibougamau Area

  • Historical Production - 47.6 Million Tons
  • 1.6 billion lbs Cu
  • 3.2 million oz Au
  • *3,000 tpd mill and permitted tailings facility Central to CIM property package
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Doré Lake Complex (Copper-Gold)

Longitudinal Section – Chibougamau area, Quebec

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Some Significant Gold Intersections Within Previous Drilling Berrigan Property 32G16

Surface diamond drill holes

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Henderson-Portage Shear Plan Map with Depth Projection

& Cross Section (Per Western Mining)

Cross Section

Henderson I - Total Ore Extracted 1960 – 1971 1,818,976 T @ 2.23% Cu, 0.045 oz/t Au

Henderson II - Total Ore Extracted 1960 – 1988 6,483,479 T @ 1.60% Cu, 0.041 oz/t Au

Portage Mine - Total Ore Extracted 1959 – 1997 6,212,934 T @ 1.77% Cu, 0.114 oz/t Au

  • Mine package forms a single multi-lensedorebody stretching along a broad NE-striking shear with > 1 mile of strike
  • Portage Mine mined to a depth of 3,600 feet
  • Western mining planned to explore and develop to 5000-foot depth

June 2013

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At Home In North America

  • Globex has 75 % interest and management
  • Worldwide application of hydrometallurgical technology
  • Gold recoveries of up to 98%
  • Stabilizes arsenic residues
  • Oxidizes sulphides in residues
  • Low capital costs
  • Low operating costs
    • No fine grinding
    • Recyclable reagents
  • Extremely environmentally friendly

Precious Metals

Recovery Technology

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Thank you

Merci

Danke

Grazie

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Joutel Compilation Map, Qc

  • Two Copper, ZincSilverMines (Poirier and Joutel Copper )
  • One Gold Mine ( Eagle Mine)
  • Large exploration packageincluding showings and zonesof alteration.
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Joutel Mine Model

Joutel Copper Mine

Explo Zinc Mine

PoirierMine

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Client # 1: Eco Refractory Solutions

Method Benefits

  • Lower Capital Cost
  • Lower Operating Cost
    • No fine grind necessary
  • Lower Energy cost
    • Does not require pressure leach (autoclave)
  • Better Recoveries
  • Environmentally Friendly
    • Arsenic Stabilized
    • Sulphides Oxidized
    • Faster Permitting

Gravity

Gravity, Flotation, Albion, Cyanidation

Gravity, Flotation, Eco, Cyanidation

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Client # 1: Eco Refractory Solutions

  • Large Tonnage, Low Grade, Open Pittable Gold Ore
  • Refractory Ore – Fine Gold in Pyrite Lattice

Direct Cyanidation

Fine Grinding, Direct Cyanidation

Fine Grinding, *Roasting, Cyanidation

Fine Grinding, Eco Refractory Process, Cyanidation

*Roasting requires high capital costs and energy consumption while creating numerouspotentiallydangerous and expensive environmental problems

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