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our company

Our Company

Trilogy Metals Inc. (“Trilogy” or the “Company”) is dedicated to advancing exploration at the Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects ("UKMP"), high-grade copper-zinc-lead-gold-silver properties in Northwest Alaska.

Our Company was originally named NovaCopper, which was incorporated in April 2011 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of NOVAGOLD RESOURCES INC. ("NOVAGOLD"). Effective April 30, 2012, NOVAGOLD distributed to its shareholders, on a pro-rata basis, all of the issued and outstanding common shares of NovaCopper, following which, NovaCopper was no longer a wholly-owned subsidiary of NOVAGOLD.

Part of the above transaction included amassing an exploration team recognized, by earning the "Thayer Lindsley Award" at the 2009 PDAC convention, for revealing the enormous geological potential at NOVAGOLD's Donlin Gold Project, one of the world's premier gold development projects. This same team also earned the Robert R. Hedley Award for Excellence in Social and Environmental Responsibility at the 2008 Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia's Cordilleran Roundup Convention.

Our Company is uniquely positioned to offer investors exposure to rising copper, zinc, gold and silver prices, with additional upside from exploration success and resource expansion, as it determines the extent of the mineralization at the UKMP.

Our team has been working in the Ambler mining district since 2004, and is equally passionate about building relationships through trust and mutual respect in the region. A long-term cooperative agreement with NANA Regional Corporation Inc., signed in 2011, consolidates land holdings into an approximately 353,000-acre land package and provides a framework for exploration and development of this high-grade, polymetallic belt.

We are proud of our long history of exploration success and resource development, and we're focused on delivering exceptional results to shareholders by developing projects that bring benefits to all stakeholders.