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TRI-RIVER VENTURES INC. Corporate Presentation March 2009. Corporate Briefing. A public company listed on TSX Ventures Exchange Based in Vancouver, Canada Experienced international team Focused areas in China and Asia A portfolio of base metal and precious metal projects. Management.

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TRI-RIVER VENTURES INC.

Corporate Presentation

March 2009

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Corporate Briefing

  • A public company listed on TSX Ventures Exchange
  • Based in Vancouver, Canada
  • Experienced international team
  • Focused areas in China and Asia
  • A portfolio of base metal and precious metal projects
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Management

Y.B. IAN HE, President and Director

Mr. He holds a Ph.D. degree in mineral process engineering from the University of British Columbia. Mr. He formerly served as President of Spur Ventures Inc., a TSX listed company, with phosphate mining and fertilizer operations in China. Mr. He is a director of Jinshan Gold Mines, a TSX listed gold producer in China and Jiulian Resources Inc., a TSX Ventures Exchange listed exploration company. Mr. He has 26 years' experience in the mineral industry.

HAO SU, CFO & Vice President – Corporate Development and Director

Mr. Su has over 25 years of experiences in banking, financing and investment industry. Mr. Su is Chairman of Beijing Haolong Investment Ltd. Mr. Su was formally a deputy bureau director at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Bureau Director at Jilin International Trust and Investment Corp. Mr. Su holds a B.A degree in international finance form Jilin Institute of Finance and Trade.

JIEMIN WU, Vice President - Exploration

Mr. Wu holds a B.Sc. degree in geological engineering from Kunming University of Science and Technology. He has 25 years of experiences in base metal and precious metal exploration in western China. Prior to joining Tririver Ventures, Mr. Wu served as Chief Geologist of the Third Division of China’s Armed Police Gold Corp. and is credited with the recent discovery of one of China’s largest gold deposits in Gansu province. The deposit has proven and probable gold resources of 8.4 million ounces. He was elected as the prestigious State Council Expert. He has an extensive field experiences in western China’s Gansu, Tibet, Sichuan, Yunnan provinces

MICHAEL WOODS, Corporate Secretary and Director

Mr. Woods holds a LLB degree from the University of British Columbia. He is a lawyer specializing in securities. Mr. Woods has been practicing securities law for the past 16 years, most of which he has involved acting for publicly listed companies. Prior to law, he engaged in various business endeavors including managing a retail/wholesale business and acting as a broker and principal for in commodity securities transactions. He was a director of Yangtze Telecom Corp.

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Board of Directors

and Advisers

JAY CHMELAUSKAS, Director

Mr. Chmelauskas holds a B.Sc. Degree in Geological Engineering from the University of British Columbia and an MBA from Queens University. He is currently president of Jinshan Gold Mines Inc. and has extensive international experience as an engineer and financial analyst in the resource sector and gold mining industry, including operating experience at one of the largest gold mines in the Asia.

Y.B. IAN HE, Director and President

HAO SU, Director and Vice President

MICHAEL WOODS, Director and Corporate Secretary

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Corporate Data

SHARES LISTED: TRANSFER AGENT:

TSX Venture Exchange NEX Computershare Trust Company

Symbol TVR.H

Shares Issued: 21 million LEGAL COUNSEL:

Woods & Company

CORPORATE BANK West Vancouver, BC

Bank of Montreal

Vancouver, BC

AUDITORS:

Dale Matheson Carr-Hilton Labonte LLP

CONTACT:

Y.B. Ian He, Tel: 604.306.5867

he1987@yahoo.com

Michael Woods, Tel: 604.925.0551

Woodsco@shaw.ca

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Mineral Projects

Lianlong Cu/Ag/Sn project, Sichuan province

Hebei Laiyuan Iron Ore project, Hebei province

Hohhot Pb/Zn/Ag project, Inner Mongolia

project structure
Project Structure

Tri-River Ventures

100%

Red Sun (BVI) Co

Chinese shareholders

95%

5%

Sichuan Longbao

  • Red Sun BVI Co. has a 95% interest in the project
  • Tri-River acquired 100% interest of BVI Co. for 6 million shares.
  • Further exploration on a pro rata basis at 95:5 ratio
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Project location

Located at prolific mineralization belt

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Lianlong Cu/Ag/Sn Exploration Project

  • On the prolific Three River mineral belt, Western Sichuan province
  • Skarn type mineralization
  • Three parallel, steeply dipping tabular-lenticular bands of mineralization
  • Mineralization: pyrite, pyrrhotite, cassiterite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite and galena.
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best surface trenching results:

  • 6.29m

2.86% Cu, 1.11% Sn,

153g/t Ag, 5.38% Pb+Zn

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Zone I Outcrop of the Mineralization

as outlined by the red lines

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Zone I

A cross-section of the outcrop

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Zone I

Massive sulphide mineralization from a pit

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Zone I – Lianlong Cu/Sn Project

Trenching Results

  • Strike raced for about 440 m long, up to 40 m wide.
  • Widely spaced trenching 100 meter apart
  • Best values: 6.29 m, 2.86%Cu, 153.6g/t Ag, 1.11%Sn & 5.38% Pb+Zn
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Zone II and Zone III

Zone III

Zone II

An exploration adit to Zone II

Rock samples with massive sulfide mineraliztion taken from an adit to Zone II

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Zone II –Lianlong Cu/Sn Project

Trenching Results

  • Strike 570 m long, up to 9 m wide
  • Best values: 1.9 m, 1.8%Cu, 244g/t Ag, 1.0%Sn
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Zone V

Zone IV

Three field geologists in the circles

Rock sample taken from Zone IV with massive sulfide mineraliztion

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Zone III&IV- Lianlong Cu/Sn Project

trenching results

  • Zone III strike 340 m, a max. width of 15 m
  • Zone IV irregular pod, a max. width of about 10 m.
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Nearby Cangtai Township

A major local mining operation close to Lianlong property

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Lianlong Poly-Metallic Project

Exploration Budget (NI43-101)

financing plan and use of proceeds
Financing Plan and Use of Proceeds
  • Non-brokered private placement
    • 7.0 million unit @$0.50 per unit
    • 3.5 million warrants @$0.75 per share for two years
  • Proceeds: $3.5 million
  • Use of proceeds:
    • $1.6 million for exploration on Lianlong Property
    • $1.5 million for identifying and evaluation other property
    • $0.4 million for administration
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Why to Focus on China?

  • The largest base metal market in the world
  • Vast untapped mineral resources in western China
  • Lack of in-depth exploration in remote areas
  • An quick expanding capital market interested in Canadian mining and management expertise
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China’s shares in global commodity consumption

iron ore

steel

zinc

nickel

aluminum

copper

crude oil

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Growth in China’s Metal Consumption

Growth in metal consumption

disclaimer
Disclaimer

Certain statements contained in this document are “looking forward statements”. These projections, estimates and believes contained in such forward looking statements involve know and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause actual results or events to differ materially from those anticipated in forward looking statements.

It is believed that expectations reflected in those forward looking statements are reasonable, however, assurance cannot be provided these expectations will prove to be correct.