Investor Presentation TSX.V: AVX September 2017 Near-term Zinc

Investor Presentation TSX.V: AVX September 2017 Near-term Zinc

Investor Presentation TSX.V: AVX September 2017 Near-term Zinc Production Nevada, USA www.altairresources.com Forward-Looking Statement This press release contains forward-looking information within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation and forward-looking statements within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (collectively, forward-looking statements). All statements, other than statements of historical fact, that address activities, events or developments that Altair Resources Inc. (Altair or the Company) believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including, without limitation: statements about the Companys plans for its mineral properties; Altairs business strategy, plans and outlook; the future financial or operating performance of Altair; capital expenditures, corporate general and administration expenses and exploration and development expenses; expected working capital requirements; the future financial estimates of the Pioche Zinc Project economics, including estimates of capital costs of constructing mine facilities and bringing a mine into production and of sustaining capital costs, estimates of operating costs and total costs, net present value and economic returns; proposed production timelines and rates; funding availability; the proposed timing and benefits of completed resource estimates, preliminary economic assessments and feasibility studies; and future exploration and operating plans are forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements reflect the current expectations or beliefs of the Company based on information currently available to Altair and often use words such as expects, plans, anticipates, estimates, intends, may or variations thereof or the negative of any of these terms. All forward-looking statements are made based on the Companys current beliefs as well as various assumptions made by them and information currently available to them. Generally, these assumptions include, among others: the ability of Altair to carry on exploration and development activities; the price of gold, silver and other metals; there being no material variations in the current tax and regulatory environment; the exchange rates among the Canadian dollar and the United States dollar remaining consistent with current levels; the presence of and continuity of metals at the Pioche Zinc Project at estimated grades; the availability of personnel, machinery and equipment at estimated prices and within estimated delivery times; metals sales prices and exchange rates assumed; appropriate discount rates applied to the cash flows in economic analyses; tax rates and royalty rates applicable to the proposed mining operation; the availability of acceptable financing; anticipated mining losses and dilution; success in realizing proposed operations; anticipated timelines for community consultations and the impact of those consultations on the regulatory approval process. Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties that may cause the actual results of the Company to differ materially from those

discussed in the forward-looking statements and, even if such actual results are realized or substantially realized, there can be no assurance that they will have the expected consequences to, or effects on, Altair. Factors that could cause actual results or events to differ materially from current expectations include, among other things: risks and uncertainties related to expected production rates, timing and amount of production and total costs of production; risks and uncertainties related to ability to obtain or maintain necessary licenses, permits, or surface rights; risks associated with technical difficulties in connection with mining development activities; risks and uncertainties related to the accuracy of mineral resource estimates and estimates of future production, future cash flow, total costs of production and diminishing quantities or grades of mineral resources; risks associated with geopolitical uncertainty and political and economic instability in the jurisdictions in which the Company has mineral properties; risks and uncertainties related to interruptions in production; the possibility that future exploration, development or mining results will not be consistent with the Companys expectations; uncertain political and economic environments and relationships with local communities; risks relating to variations in the mineral content within the mineral identified as mineral resources from that predicted; variations in rates of recovery and extraction; developments in world metals markets; and risks related to fluctuations in currency exchange rates. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it was made, and except as may be required by applicable securities laws, Altair disclaims any intent or obligation to update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or results or otherwise. Although Altair believes that the assumptions inherent in the forward-looking statements are reasonable, forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and accordingly undue reliance should not be put on such statements due to their inherent uncertainty. There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. The scientific and technical information in this presentation has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Stewart A. Jackson, PhD, PGeo, the Geological Director of Altair Resources Inc., who is a qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101. 2 Company Overview Exploration Near-term Production Pioche Zinc Project, Nevada 100% owned

Near-term zinc/lead/silver/manganese production Two past-producing mines with historic resource estimates Complete, operational flotation concentrator (2000tpd) Low capex requirement for planned 2018 restart* Significant production & exploration upside from large land position Underexplored mining district Crepulje Project, Balkans 90% owned Significant historic zinc/lead production in the region High grade sampling and drill results * The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 3 Pioche Zinc & Manganese Project District Consolidation to Achieve Near-term Production Pan American Mine (PanAm) Prince Mine Underground mine, fully-developed for bulk mining and Historic UG production of Ag, Zn, Pb & Au until the 40s Drilling in 2012 partially delineated OP mineralized zone rubber tire haulage

Last operated in the 70s by Bunker Hill/Anaconda Simplified permitting process for former operational mine 1.5mt developed mineralized material still in the mine and confirmed continuity Aim to define NI43-101 resource Exploration upside including presence of manganese Exploration upside including presence of manganese Caselton Mill 2000tpd sulfide flotation mill Refurbished in 1976, on care & maintenance since 1978 Minimal capex required for restart Paved roads, 20km to rail spur, low-cost grid power Adequate water supply 4

Large Landholding Strategically Located Assets Excellent Infrastructure Altair holds: - 1127 acres patented claims - 2400 acres unpatented claims 5 Stepped Development Strategy to Maximize Value Phase III Phase I Achieve Cash Flow Restart Caselton mill to extract Zn/Pb/Ag from PanAm mineralized material Establish NI43-101 Zn/Pb/Ag/ Mn resource for PanAm mine Expand PanAm resource Phase II Expand Resources Expand Production Build manganese leach circuit at Caselton site - valuable byproduct not historically recovered Drill manganese tailings & establish NI43-101 Mn resource

Produce electro-manganese dioxide (EMD) from PanAm mineralization & tailings Define Prince oxide resource Expand leach plant to process Prince mineralization Note: The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 6 Caselton Mill Production-ready with Minimal Capex Complete 2000tpd processing plant requiring only minor refurbishments for restart Connected to grid power, with adequate water supply Estimated capex US$5 million - replacement value of ca. $60-100 million Historically produced separate zinc (54% Zn) and lead/silver (60% Pb; 1800g/t Ag) concentrates from Pan American mine mineralized material* * Source: Annual reports Bunker Hill Company. The Company is presenting this historical data for reference only and is not implying that similar material is still present within the existing deposit. Additional exploration is needed to confirm further potential. 7 Drill to Expand Mineralization at PanAm Pan American Plan View

Mine records indicate 1.5mt of mineralization within developed mine area, equivalent to > 3 years supply to Caselton a 1700tpd Mineralized zone offset slightly downward by faulting - identified through drilling and drift sampling, requires step out drilling Extraction of by-product Mn in leach circuit in phase II not historically recovered Upside from large oxidized zones left unmined adjacent to sulfide zones potential to leach will be evaluated later Exploration Target Pan American Mt 1.5-4.5 Silver (g/t) Gold (g/t) Lead (%) Zinc (%) 47-56 0.15-0.31

1-1.2 2-2.5 Manganese (%) 8-9 Note: The potential tonnage and grade of the exploration targets is conceptual in nature, and there has been insufficient exploration to define a mineral resource, and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a mineral resource. The potential quantity and grade has been determined by underground and surface sampling and drilling, Matson 2013, International Silver 2014, and Hamm 1996. 8 Phase I Expected Timeline Production Targeted to Start in Q4 2018 2017 2018 2019 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 Phase I - Restart PanAm & Caselton PanAm Mine Sampling & permitti ng for dewatering Dewatering Source/lease mining equipment Rehabilitation, electrical & ventil ation upgrade Ramp-up Mine at 1700tpd & truck to Caselton

Drilling 43-101 resource for PanAm Further Development Tailings Ponds Land purchase (patented ground) Permitti ng Engineering/procurement Build new tailings pond Caselton Concentrator Rehabilitation Ramp-up Process 1700tpd from PanAm for 39tpd Zn/18tpd Pb/1000oz Ag (2 concs) Phase II - Build Manganese Leach Plant for PanAm & Tailings Phase III - Expand Leach Plant & Process Prince Mineralized Material 9 Note: The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 9 10 Phase I Estimated Budget - $5 Million Estimated to Restart Production PanAm Mine Dewatering & Rehab $400,000

PanAm Mining Equipment $600,000 PanAm Drilling $300,000 Caselton Rehabilitation $900,000 Tailings Pond Upgrade $2,000,000 Permitting $300,000 Working Capital and G&A $500,000 Total Budget: Estimated at $5 million Note: The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 10

11 Phase II Strategy Expand Production 43-101 PEA & FS for manganese leach plant adjacent to Caselton Manganese valuable by-product not historically recovered as leach technology not available Recover manganese from PanAm mineralization Expected to transform economics of operation Potential additional feed from manganese carbonate tailings at Caselton Potential expansion of leach plant in phase III to process oxide material from Prince and Pan American

Note: The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 11 Recovery of Valuable Manganese By-Product Will Transform Economics of Pioche Operation Target construction of leach plant with capacity of 1,600tpd to produce of 320,000lbs per day of electro-manganese dioxide (EMD) for battery industry Estimated capex budget ca. $35 million Feed from PanAm mineralized material and manganese carbonate tailings at Caselton Equipment partially sourced already, engineering commenced Flow sheet: Agitated sulfuric acid leach (3 hours retention) Three counter current decantation (CCD) thickeners for clarification and washing Solvent extraction circuit for manganese sulfate extraction and stripping of loaded organic Electro-winning circuit to produce EMD Note: The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 12 Phase II Expected Timeline Leach Plant Ramp-up Targeted for H1 2019 2017

2018 2019 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 Phase I - Restart PanAm & Caselton Phase II - Build Manganese Leach Plant for PanAm & Tailings Caselton Leach Plant (Mn leach, 1600tpd) PEA for manganese leach plant for PanAm and tailings (Gustafson) PFS/FS for manganese leach plant Permitti ng Engineering/procurement (agitated leach, CCD & SXEW circuits for EMD) Construction Ramp-up Process 1500tpd PanAm pulp for 320,000ppd EMD Manganese Carbonate Tailings Drilling 43-101 resource for tailings Quemscan, met testing Phase III - Expand Leach Plant & Process Prince Mineralized Material 13 Note: The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 13 Phase III: Prince Provides Potential to Increase Resources

Drilling in 2012 partially delineated an open-pit mineralized oxide zone Prince exploration target is up to 18mt of mineralized material Plan to complete drilling and establish NI 43-101 resource estimate Expansion of leach plant to process oxide ores will be evaluated in parallel with exploration activities Exploration Target Prince Mt 4.5-18 Silver (g/t) 63-78 Gold (g/t) 0.31-0.47 Lead (%)

2-2.5 Zinc (%) 2-2.2 Manganese (%) 8-9 Note: The potential tonnage and grade of the exploration targets is conceptual in nature, and there has been insufficient exploration to define a mineral resource, and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in the target being delineated as a mineral resource. The potential quantity and grade has been determined by underground and surface sampling and drilling, Matson 2013, International Silver 2014, and Hamm 1996. 14 Crepulje Zinc Project Kosovo, Southeast Europe Project Highlights High-grade exploration project in area of significant historic zinc/lead production Target zone 5km by 200-500m by 500m depth High grade sampling results Near-surface, high grade intercepts from initial drill hole in 2017: 9.8m averaging 10.11% Zn and 0.46% Pb, and 8.5m averaging 23.18 % Zn and 1.53% Pb Kosovo 90% ownership

DH_ID From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Pb% Zn% CRP 008 0.00 9.80 9.80 0.46 10.11 Inc. 2.00 7.80 5.80

1.27 14.56 CRP 008 32.50 41.00 8.50 1.53 23.18 Inc. 33.50 39.75 6.25 2.09 27.48 Table: Restated assay values for zinc and lead CRP 008, Crepulje Project, Mitrovica District, Kosovo (press releases 9 June 2017, 25 July 2017 and 14 August 2017)

15 15 About Kosovo Independent nation with democratically elected government since 2008 Supported and recognized by both European Union and United Nations Solid economic growth (average 5% since 2008); official currency is Euro Recently enacted European-style mining law favourable for foreign investment Long mining history since Roman times Significant production of zinc, lead, silver in the Trepa belt in Northern Kosovo but no recent exploration Proximity to discoveries in Serbia (Dundee Precious Metals, Freeport Copper and Gold, Avala Resources, Reservoir Minerals/Nevsun Resources) 16 Management Team Harold (Roy) Shipes, President & CEO, Director Mr. Shipes is a metallurgical and mining engineer with over 40 years mining experience in global base and precious metals production, engineering, and project development management. As VP and GM of Operations of Southern Peru Copper Corp., Mr. Shipes was instrumental in conceptualizing and managing construction through start-up of the Cuajone smelter expansion, doubling throughput. As General Manager and CEO of Ok Tedi Mining Inc. he managed the expansion of the Company's gold plant from 12,000 tpd to 35,000 tpd successfully in 18 months. Mr. Shipes owned the engineering firm Western States Engineering and designed, constructed and/or commissioned six solvent extraction/electro-winning plants for copper recovery. Nick Demare, CPA, CA, Interim CFO, Corp. Secretary Mr. DeMare, holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree from the University of British Columbia and is a member in good standing of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia. Since May 1991, Mr. DeMare has been the President of Chase Management Ltd., a private company providing a broad range of administrative, management and financial services to private and public companies engaged in mining & oil and gas industries and venture capital. Mr. DeMare currently serves on the board of a number of public companies.

Stewart Jackson, PhD, PGeo, Geological Consultant Dr. Stewart A. Jackson, PhD., PGeo., has over 55 years of experience in the mining and oil and gas industries during which he has been involved in the discovery and development of several major mineral discoveries including the Red Dog multi-billion dollar zinc-lead deposit in NW Alaska for Cominco; the Borealis, South McCoy and Manhattan gold deposits in Nevada for Houston Oil and Minerals. He founded Crown Resource Corporation which discovered a deposit of 4.5 million ounces of gold that is currently in production by Kinross. Dr. Jackson has raised $150 million for the discovery and development of projects including gold, silver, diamonds, and base metal; nickel and uranium and is the author of award-winning industry publications. Selim Berisha, MSc Geology, Chief Geologist Kosovo Mr. Berisha has over ten years of experience in Kosovo and has worked as geologist on a variety of exploration projects in the country for companies including, Fichtner, Iliria Mining, Thyssen Schautbau, Avrupa Minerals and Peshter Mining. He has a Masters Degree in Geology from the University of Prishtina, Kosovo and was involved in the development of the Geochemical Survey for Kosovo by the Independent Commission for Mines and Minerals. Zip Dhanani, Manager Of Business Development, Assistant To The President and Chairman - Advisory Board Mr. Dhanani has over 20 years experience in the Canadian mining industry with extensive background in strategic planning, venture capital, capital structure, capital markets, business development, acquisitions and divestments. He has been active in the private equity arena since 1993, having invested and raised early-round funding in mining (precious and industrial mineral exploration), oil and gas(upstream), and technology (Internet / information, clean) sectors. He has served as an officer, director and financier of a variety of resource and technology companies, with industry experience in industrial minerals and real estate development. Mr. Dhanani has held various senior level executive positions in a number of Public Companies and is currently a Director of Terraco17 Gold 17 Corp. Board of Directors Robert J. Naso (BSc, MBA) Director A businessman that has been involved in the mining sector for the past 8 years and has experience in construction, day to day operations, project management, contract negotiation and consulting. Mr. Naso brings several years experience in senior management in the mining sector and negotiating with foreign governments successfully in winning tenders in this sector. Mr. Naso also sits on several public companies boards and is instrumental in integrating new development abroad. Mr. Naso spent two years in Turkey working as a business consultant based in Istanbul.

Aylin Cecen Aksu (MD, Ph.D.) Independent Director Dr. Aksu is a mining consultant presently living in Turkey. Dr. Aksu has, over the last six years, been a consultant and adviser to several Canadian and Chinese mining companies looking to source mining projects in Turkey and the Balkans. Dr. Aksu introduced Altair to the Crepulje project in Kosovo. Jeffrey Steiner Independent Director Mr. Jeffrey Steiner is a senior executive, board director and lawyer involved in real estate, the film & TV industry, the mining sector and early-stage angel investment. He leads New Franchise Media Inc., which was formed to create film & television productions based on the best-selling novels of Jeffrey Archer. Mr. Steiner is also a member of the board of directors of Export Development Canada which had net income of C$925 million in 2015. He is also Co-Chair of the newly formed joint Canada-United Arab Emirates Business Council. Bruce Reid Independent Director Mr. Reid is currently the President of Idaho Champion Gold Mines Ltd, a private Gold Exploration Corporation and is also currently the Executive Chairman of Satori Resources a publicly traded Canadian Mining Development Company. He was the CEO, President and Executive Chairman of Carlisle Goldfields, which he founded and financed since 2009. Over the past six years Mr. Reid raised over $30 million while the Company discovered over 5 million ounces of Gold on the Companys Lynn Lake, Manitoba Project. Carlisle Goldfields was purchased by Alamos Gold in a $75 million takeover in 2016. Prior to that from 2005-2008 Mr. Reid was one of the Founders, President and CEO of U.S. Silver Corp. where he raised over $75 million to modernize and renovate the Galena Sliver Mine in Idaho and return the asset back to profitability. He has an Honours B.Sc. in Geology from the University of Toronto and a Finance degree from the University of Windsor. 18 Capital Structure (as of 1 Sep 2017) Issued & Outstanding Options (Avg. Exercise Price: $0.27) Warrants (Avg. Exercise Price $0.22) 49,861,501

4,985,000 36,676,899 Fully Diluted 86,713,401 Market Capitalization Working Capital In the Money Warrants $10.5 million $1.2 million $830,000 Insiders, Friends & Family hold ca. 38% of I&O and Warrants 19 Why Invest Flagship Asset Pioche project - near-term cash flow with significant expansion potential Jurisdiction Nevada a top mining destination with clear, predictable permitting process Area has been disturbed from prior mining operations Infrastructure Existing, operational concentrator requiring only modest capex for refurbishment

Road and grid power Management Experienced management with successful mine building track record Ownership/Share Structure Tightly-held, low share count Catalysts Permits for dewatering and tailings ponds targeted for Q1/2 2018 PEA for manganese leach plant targeted for Q1 2018 Ramp-up and initial cash flow targeted for Q4 2018 Note: The Company advises that is not basing its production decision on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability, and as a result there is increased uncertainty and there are multiple technical and economic risks of failure which are associated with this production decision. These risks, among others, include areas that are analyzed in more detail in a feasibility study, such as applying economic analysis to resources and reserves, more detailed metallurgy and a number of specialized studies in areas such as mining and recovery methods, market analysis, and environmental and community impacts. 20 1305 1090 W. Georgia Street Vancouver, BC, Canada V6E 3V7 Tel: +1 (604) 685-9316 [email protected] www.altairresources.com Zinc Fundamentals

Global zinc demand continues to rise - driven by GDP growth, urbanization & infrastructure development Primary zinc supply in deficit following the recent closures of large mines (Century and Lisheen) Consensus forecast of significantly tightening zinc market over the next several years Zinc concentrate market very tights, spot TCs are at historic lows Zinc smelters are curtailing zinc production due to concentrate shortages Wood Mackenzie forecasting US$1.23/lb zinc long-term price 22 22 Manganese & Electromanganese Dioxide (EMD) Fundamentals Industrial metal primarily used in steelmaking, nonferrous alloys and electronic components Largest manganese ore producers are South Africa, China, Australia. No material domestic ore supply in the US Most manganese ore upgraded to alloyed manganese for steel making. Electrolytic Manganese Dioxide (EMD) is a niche segment of the manganese market EMD demand driven by battery and clean

energy markets with high growth potential from rechargeable batteries used in electric vehicles and electronics CPM forecasts demand growth at a CAGR of 6.1% from 2016 to 2021 23 Caselton Mill Specifications & Features Three stage crushing Three semi-autogenous grinding mills Three float lines lead zinc - manganese Pyrite flotation circuit Concentrate thickeners 2,500 ton capacity fine ore live storage facilities Offices, shops, warehouses, change rooms 24

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