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CANADIAN ZINC REPORTS FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR SECOND QUARTER
AND PROVIDES PROJECT UPDATES

Vancouver, British Columbia, August 10, 2017 -

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Canadian Zinc Corporation (TSX: CZN;
OTCQB: CZICF) (“the Company” or “Canadian Zinc”) reports its interim financial results and
development activities for the three and six month periods ended June 30, 2017.


This news release should be read in conjunction with the Company’s unaudited interim consolidated financial
statements for the three and six month periods ended June 30, 2017 and the related management’s discussion and
analysis (MD&A) which are available on the Company’s website at www.canadianzinc.com, under the “Financials”
section, or on SEDAR (www.sedar.com).
Financial Results for the Second Quarter of 2017
For the three and six month periods ended June 30, 2017, the Company reported a net loss and
comprehensive loss of $3,238,000 and $5,800,000, respectively, compared to a net loss and
comprehensive loss of $866,000 and $1,643,000 for the same periods ended June 30, 2016.
For the three and six month periods ended June 30, 2017, the Company expensed $2,438,000
and $3,804,000, respectively on its exploration and evaluation programs at the Prairie Creek
Mine, compared to $385,000 and $693,000 for the three and six month periods ended June 30,
2016. The higher expenditure in 2017 results from extensive work on the feasibility study for the
Prairie Creek Mine and the ongoing environmental assessment and permitting for the all season
road, which were not as high in the comparable periods.
For the three and six month periods ended June 30, 2017, the Company also expensed $28,000
and $402,000, respectively on its exploration and evaluation properties in central Newfoundland
compared to $51,000 and $111,000 for the comparative periods.
Prairie Creek Project
The Prairie Creek mine site was re-opened in late April and operates on a care and maintenance
basis throughout the season. A week-long site engineering assessment was carried out at the
mine in early May by a team of Ausenco engineers and contractors.
Three separate programs relating to the all season Road were completed. The programs were
part of the Company’s further commitments to the road/route assessment during the regulatory
processes and involved centre-line survey location for the all season Road route and additional
baseline environmental studies including, bird, wildlife and vegetation studies. The helicopter
supported programs were carried out from bases at both the mine site and at the community of
Nahanni Butte.
Feasibility Study to be Completed in Third Quarter
The Definitive Feasibility Study (“DFS”), which is being carried out by AMC Mining Consultants
(Canada) Ltd. (“AMC”) and Ausenco Engineering Canada Inc. (“Ausenco”) to facilitate the
raising of project debt financing for the Prairie Creek Project is in the advanced stages. It is
expected that the DFS will be completed in the third quarter.
Ausenco is also developing a contracting and procurement strategy for further stages of work,
which will align with the project execution schedule and will serve to support the capital cost
estimate and make provision for the identified execution risks and opportunities.
Concurrently, the Company is working with HCF International Advisers (“HCF”) as financial
advisers with the goal of arranging debt financing of up to 70% of the capital expenditures
required once the DFS is completed.
Mineral Processing Optimization
In tandem with the development of the DFS, the Company also initiated a mineral processing
optimization program in January 2017, which included testing of new composite bulk samples
collected from underground drill holes completed at the Prairie Creek Mine in 2015. The principal
objectives of the program are to optimize the proposed mineral processing flow sheet and simplify
the flotation circuit design, thereby improving projected metal recoveries and lowering milling
costs.
Prairie Creek Permitting Update
The environmental assessment for the Company’s permit application for use of the access road
on an all season basis is nearing completion and it is expected that a Report of Environmental
Assessment by the Mackenzie Valley Review Board will be submitted to the Minister of
Indigenous and Northern Affairs by the end of August 2017.
The Review Board held Community Hearings in Nahanni Butte on April 24, 2017 and in Fort
Simpson on April 25, 2017. The Community Hearings provided an opportunity for local
communities to hear and to participate in a discussion of the issues related to the proposed road
development and to raise any concerns directly with the Review Board. There was strong support
shown for the Prairie Creek project from both communities.
The Environmental Assessment process has now been completed and the public record has been
closed.
The Review Board is required to decide if the project is likely to cause significant adverse impacts
or cause significant public concern. The Review Board Report of Environmental Assessment will
describe the Board’s decision and its reasons for the decision and may include recommended
mitigation measures. The report of the Review Board is then sent to the Minister of Indigenous
and Northern Affairs.
Newfoundland Exploration Work
Canadian Zinc owns and is exploring an extensive mineral land package in central Newfoundland
that includes three large VMS projects, each containing defined mineral deposits.
In June 2017, the diamond drilling exploration program at the South Tally Pond project resumed.
The 2017 summer drill program consists of up to 5,000 metres in 24 diamond drillholes and is
designed to continue to test for mineralized extensions to the Lemarchant massive sulphide
deposit. The drilling will initially focus on further testing the up-dip mineralization discovered during
the 2017 winter drill program and will be followed by further drill testing at the Lemarchant
Northwest Zone.
The summer drill program will also include initial drill testing of previously defined electromagnetic
(“EM”) geophysical anomalies at the North and South Lemarchant target areas, located
approximately 500 metres along strike from the Lemarchant deposit.
A ground EM geophysical program is also underway at the South Tally Pond project with the aim
of defining new drill targets. The geophysical program is focused on three priority target areas
located immediately south and east of the Lemarchant deposit. Each area is associated with
airborne EM conductors that remain untested by drilling.
At the Spencers Pond prospect, located approximately 2 km southwest of the Lemarchant
deposit, initial drill testing of newly defined EM targets is also being planned. In this area, a single,
historic drillhole intersected massive sulphide (pyrite) over 0.5 metres associated with
geochemically similar mudstones to that which overly the Lemarchant deposit.
In February 2017, the Company completed a winter drill program on the South Tally Pond property
based on the magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical surveys completed in late 2016 which
outlined new drill targets in three priority areas. The 2017 winter drill program was designed to
test for mineralized extensions to the Lemarchant massive sulphide deposit immediately along
the strike and up-dip of the currently defined Lemarchant resource.
Ten drillholes and three drillhole extensions, totaling 3,070 metres were completed at the
Lemarchant massive sulphide deposit. For full results refer to Canadian Zinc News Release April
18, 2017, with a drill hole location map and key sections provided on the Canadian Zinc website
(www.canadianzinc.com).
The drilling successfully extended the Lemarchant mineralization up to 65 metres up-dip on two
sections located 125 metres apart and 25 metres along strike to the south. The vertical depths of
the mineralized drill intercepts range from 130 -170 metres. The mineralized zone remains open
for further expansion both up-dip and along strike.
About Canadian Zinc
Canadian Zinc is a TSX-listed exploration and development company trading under the symbol
“CZN”. The Company’s key project is the 100%-owned Prairie Creek Project, a fully permitted,
advanced-staged zinc-lead-silver property, located in the Northwest Territories.
For further information contact:
John F. Kearney Alan B. Taylor Steve Dawson
Chairman & Chief
Executive
Vice President Exploration
& Chief Operating Officer
Vice President
Corporate Development
(416) 362-6686 (604) 688-2001 (416) 203-1418
Suite 1805,
55 University Avenue
Toronto, ON M5J 2H7
Fax: (416) 368-5344
Suite 1710 – 650 West Georgia Street,
Vancouver, BC V6B 4N9
Fax: (604) 688-2043
Tollfree:1-866-688-2001
Suite 1805,
55 University Avenue
Toronto, ON M5J 2H7
Fax: (416) 368-5344
E-mail: invest@canadianzinc.com
Website: http://www.canadianzinc.com

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