Trevali Mining Corporation (Trevali) is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of polymetallic properties (zinc lead-silver-copper). The Company has two advanced-stage polymetallic deposits in Canada and Peru. In Canada, the Company owns the Halfmile polymetallic deposit near Bathurst, New Brunswick (the Halfmile Property), the Stratmat polymetallic deposit near Bathurst, New Brunswick (the Stratmat Property) and the past-producing Ruttan copper-zinc massive sulphide deposit in Manitoba (the Ruttan Property). In Peru, the Company owns the Santander silver, zinc and lead property located in the province of De Huaral Deparmento de Lima, Peru (the Santander Property) and the past-producing Huampar silver mine (the Huampar Property). In April 7, 2011, the Company acquired Halfmile Property, Stratmat Property and Ruttan Property, through the acquisition of Kria Resources Ltd. In November 2012, the Company acquired Maple Minerals Corporation.