MATERIAL CHANGE REPORT
DORATO RESOURCES INC. (the “Issuer”)
Suite 1920 – 1188 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6E 4A2
June 11, 2010
The date of the press release issued pursuant to section 7.1 of National Instrument 51-102 with
respect to the material change disclosed in this report is June 11, 2010. The press release was
issued in Vancouver, British Columbia through the facilities of the TSX Venture Exchange via
Marketwire, Canada Stockwatch and Market News Publishing.
The Issuer has signed an option agreement for an additional land package in the Cordillera del
Condor District in norrthwest Peru.
The Issuer reports that it has signed an option agreement (the “Option Agreement”) to acquire an
additional land package in the Cordillera del Condor District of northwest Peru. The property
consists of sixteen mineral rights, comprising an aggregate of 13,903.56 hectares. Under the terms
of the Option Agreement, the Issuer will earn a 100% interest in the property.
In accordance with TSX Venture Exchange Policies, this option agreement qualifies as an
Expedited Transaction and is subject to exchange approval.
Terms of the Agreement
The material terms of the agreement are as follows:
There was no finder’s fee paid by the Issuer in connection with the Option Agreement. The option
will only be exercised following issuance of a Supreme Decree from the Peruvian Government.
Cordillera del Condor Background
The Cordillera del Condor District has been one of the most important gold-bearing areas in
Ecuador and Peru since pre-Incan times. On the Ecuador side of the border, historical small-scale
but high-grade, gold production is reported to have exceeded 100,000 ozs. per year.
Modern exploration on the Ecuadorian side of the border has recently resulted in the discovery of
multiple world-class gold and base metal-bearing deposits, such as Kinross Gold Corp’s Fruta del
Norte Gold deposit (inferred resources of 13.6 m