CEO Letter

A DRILL-READY EXTENSIVE COPPER GOLD PORPHYRY, WORKABLE YEAR-ROUND WITH EXCELLENT GRADES
Sego Resources continues to make excellent progress in the effort to explore and define a large alkalic porphyry copper-gold system in the Afton-Copper Mountain trend at Miner Mountain.

Exploration at Miner Mountain, our copper-gold alkalic porphyry project, near Princeton, BC, has continued to give us exciting results. Most of our past work has been on the Cuba Zone, a large IP target. We are planning continued work on the Cuba Zone as well as exploring other zones on the property. During 2019 we plan a multi-phase program of trenching, reverse circulation drilling, and diamond drilling. We believe 2019 will be a hallmark year in the exploration of the Miner Mountain Project.

Sego has planned a $5 million exploration budget of aggressive exploration designed to further expand and define the areas of known mineralization while discovering and expanding new zones.

During summer of 2012 the British Columbia Geological Survey, did a 6 day reconnaissance mapping project on the property which yielded many important insights into the stratigraphy and structure of the property. In the course of their work they located a sample of highly mineralized float, from a new zone. Sego is following up on this new high priority target.

The full text of the report can be found HERE.

In 2018 the company expanded its board to add Mr. Jean-Pierre Colin and Mr. David Speck to its board and Mr. George Mannard to the advisory board. These additions were key to expanding the programs at Miner Mountain.

Please review our website with its new maps and information on the 2018 programs. Additional information will be added through the next year.

Sego is dedicated to involving all stakeholders in all phases of property development and to this end, it has fostered an excellent relationship with the local community and the Upper Similkameen Indian Band. To strengthen and develop this relationship, Sego has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Upper Similkameen Indian Band. Sego and the USIB also have a strong working relationship resulting in the USIB contractors and Sego jointly winning an award for their trenching and reclamation.

It is worth noting that Copper is the go to mineral in the new age of electrification and gold continues to be the go to haven it has always been. The industrialization of the emerging world has been a dominant driver of the growth of the base metal resource sector. Electrification has the potential to take the use of copper to new heights while the economic uncertainty in the developed world provides an incentive for investors to diversify into gold.

Exploration by Sego on this property began just a few years ago and it has consistently produced encouraging results. We invite you to join us for the rest of the journey.

-J Paul Stevenson – CEO Sego Resources Inc.