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News Article | April 27, 2017
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The stock of Anadarko Petroleum Corp. is getting hammered today after announcing that "in an abundance of caution" it's shutting in 3,000 vertical wells after an explosion and fire killed two people at a home near one of its wells in northeast Colorado. It expects the wells to remain that way for two to four weeks while its employees inspect and test their equipment with a focus on housing and commercial developments that are close to its infrastructure. The company said the wells represent 13,000 net barrels of oil equivalent per day, or about 2% of its production. While analysts are worried that the stoppage will hurt Anadarko's second quarter volumes, they seem to be more concerned about potential backlash resulting from the incident, including from state regulators. Seaport Global Securities Inc. notes that the oil and gas industry had to contend with ballot initiatives in 2014 and 2016 that aimed to severely limit oil and gas development in the state. "While the industry prevailed in both cases, last week's incident may have the potential to alter public perception or at least put that thought in minds of investors," the firm said. Of course Anadarko isn't the only company operating in the Denver-Julesburg Basin, where the incident occurred, which could lead to negative consequences for other companies as well. Seaport said other companies with the most exposure in the area include Noble Energy Inc., PDC Energy Inc., Extraction Oil & Gas Inc., SRC Energy Inc., Whiting Petroleum Corp. and Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc. Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co.'s list includes Noble, PDC, Extraction, SRC and Whiting but also Bill Barrett Corp. and Bonanza Creek Energy Inc. Raymond James singles out Noble and SRC in particular, the latter of which it's rated a strong buy. Raymond James has Anadarko at market perform while TPH has it at a buy.


"Research is at the root of all innovation, breathing life into new technologies that have strengthened our industry, spurred economic growth, and improved people's lives," said John Neuffer, president and CEO of SIA, which represents U.S. leadership in semiconductor manufacturing, design, and research. "Throughout their careers, Professors Temes and Banerjee have epitomized excellence in scientific research, leading efforts to advance semiconductor technology and strengthen America's technological leadership. We are pleased to recognize Dr. Temes and Dr. Banerjee for their groundbreaking achievements." Neuffer also highlighted the importance of government investments in basic research funded through agencies like the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and applauded recently announced public-private initiatives at the U.S. Department of Energy and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) aimed at advancing semiconductor research. He expressed SIA's readiness to work with the Trump Administration and Congress to ensure enactment of a fiscal year 2018 budget that prioritizes investments in basic research. "The University Research Award was established to recognize lifetime achievements in semiconductor research by university faculty," said Ken Hansen, president & CEO of SRC. "Drs. Temes and Banerjee have repeatedly advanced the state-of-the-art semiconductor design and technology in their respective fields. These esteemed professors' influence on their students has produced new leaders and contributors in the semiconductor industry. The research output from the cooperative universities plays an integral role in next-generation innovations. It is with great appreciation and admiration that the entire SRC team congratulates Dr. Temes and Dr. Banerjee." Dr. Temes will receive the honor for excellence in design research. In particular, he will be recognized for contributions in interface electronics, including analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters, switched-capacitor filters and amplifiers, and sensor interfaces. Before joining OSU, Dr. Temes held academic positions at the Technical University of Budapest, Stanford University, and UCLA. He also worked in industry at Northern Electric R&D Laboratories (now Bell-Northern Research), as well as at Ampex Corp. Dr. Temes received his undergraduate education at the Technical University and Eotvos University in Budapest, Hungary, and his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from University of Ottawa, Canada. Dr. Banerjee will receive the award for excellence in technology research. Specifically, he will be honored for contributions in MOS and nanostructure device modeling, Si-Ge-C heterostructure devices, and ultra-shallow junction technology. Before joining the Cockrell School of Engineering at UT Austin, Dr. Banerjee was at Texas Instruments from 1983-1987, where he worked on polysilicon transistors and dynamic random access trench memory cells used by Texas Instruments in the world's first 4Megabit DRAM. He received his undergraduate degree from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur, and his M.S. and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, all in electrical engineering. About SIA The Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) is the voice of the U.S. semiconductor industry, one of America's top export industries and a key driver of America's economic strength, national security, and global competitiveness. Semiconductors – microchips that control all modern electronics – enable the systems and products we use to work, communicate, travel, entertain, harness energy, treat illness, and make new scientific discoveries. The semiconductor industry directly employs nearly a quarter of a million people in the U.S. In 2016, U.S. semiconductor company sales totaled $164 billion, and semiconductors make the global trillion-dollar electronics industry possible. SIA seeks to strengthen U.S. leadership of semiconductor manufacturing, design, and research by working with Congress, the Administration and other key industry stakeholders to encourage policies and regulations that fuel innovation, propel business and drive international competition. Learn more at www.semiconductors.org. About SRC Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) is a world-class, non-profit consortium that works with industry, government and academia partners to define, fund and manage university research on behalf of its member companies. Through its highly regarded research programs, SRC plays an indispensable part in both research and development strategies of the most influential industry leaders. Members of SRC gain access to research results, fundamental IP, and highly experienced students to compete in the global marketplace and build the workforce of tomorrow. For more information and to stay informed on our advancements, visit www.src.org.


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 26, 2017) - Denison Mines Corp. ("Denison" or the "Company") (TSX:DML)(NYSE MKT:DNN) is pleased to report a significant increase in uranium grades from previously released preliminary radiometric probe results, following the receipt of uranium assays from the Company's winter 2017 drilling program on the 60% owned Wheeler River project. The winter 2017 exploration program involved a combination of infill drilling at the Gryphon deposit and resource expansion exploration drilling to the northwest of the Gryphon deposit. The Wheeler River project is host to the high-grade Gryphon and Phoenix uranium deposits, and is the largest undeveloped high-grade uranium project in the infrastructure rich eastern portion of the Athabasca Basin region in northern Saskatchewan. The Company currently reports preliminary radiometric equivalent grades ("eU O "), derived from a calibrated downhole total gamma probe, during its exploration programs and subsequently reports definitive assay grades following sampling and geochemical analysis of the mineralized drill core. In November 2015, the Company estimated the Gryphon deposit to contain inferred resources of 43.0 million pounds U O (above a cut-off grade of 0.2% U O ) based on 834,000 tonnes of mineralization at an average grade of 2.3% U O , occurring as a series of stacked lenses on various stratigraphic, fault-controlled planes within the basement rocks - termed the A, B, and C series lenses. Since then, a significant zone of new mineralization has been discovered and partially delineated to the northwest, termed the D series of lenses, in combination with the discovery of additional mineralization on the A and B planes. Taken together, results from exploration drilling since the beginning of 2016, has defined a mineralized zone that comprises multiple lenses spanning over 300 metres in strike length and remains open. Dale Verran, Denison's Vice President of Exploration, commented, "This set of Gryphon assay results have exceeded expectations - particularly for drill hole WR-633D3, which now ranks as the best hole to date in the D series of lenses. These results re-emphasize the potential of the D series lenses to add meaningful resources to the Gryphon deposit, ahead of a planned update to the resource estimate for the project. This summer, in addition to the ongoing infill drilling at Gryphon, we are planning to continue to explore the D lenses with the objective of defining high-grade zones and maximizing the indicated resources that will be included in the upcoming PFS." The Company is also pleased to report the assay results from its infill drilling program at the Gryphon deposit, including the results of a further 17 drill holes, totaling 8,402 metres. The results confirm the continuity and high-grades of Gryphon's A, B and C series inferred resources and indicate potential for resource growth with higher than expected assay grades compared to the inferred grade model in certain portions of the deposit. A further 18 drill holes are planned to be completed during the summer 2017 program to complete the infill program at Gryphon. Winter 2017 assay results for exploration drilling are provided in Table 1. Nine holes totalling 6,330 metres were completed outside of the current inferred resources estimated for the Gryphon deposit, including four holes targeting the Gryphon D series lenses, and five holes down-dip of the A and B series lenses. The highlights from these results illustrate the potential for meaningful resource expansion at Gryphon: In addition to exploration drilling to expand mineralization outside of the current Gryphon resource, the 2017 winter drilling program continued with infill and delineation drilling with the objective of increasing the level of confidence of the current inferred resources to an indicated level. Winter 2017 assay results from infill and delineation drilling are provided in Table 2, and represent an overall increase in grade and thicknesses of mineralization in comparison to the previously reported radiometric equivalent grade results (see Denison's press releases dated March 29, 2017 and April 20, 2017). Highlights from the infill results include the following results: A plan map of the Gryphon A, B, C and D series lenses is provided in Figure 1. The inset on Figure 1 shows a schematic cross section of the A, B, C and D series lenses and their respective inclined longitudinal section windows (as shaded rectangles). Figures 2 to 5 provide inclined longitudinal sections of the Gryphon A, B, C and D series lenses respectively. The modelled mineralized lenses shown in Figures 1 to 5 are defined using a 0.05% U O or eU O grade shell and minimum thickness of two metres. There is no certainty that the modelled mineralized lenses shown will constitute future mineral resources and they may be subject to modifications as further drilling data becomes available. To view Figures 1-5, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/denifigs0526.pdf Further details regarding the Gryphon deposit and the current mineral resource estimates are provided in the NI 43-101 Technical Report for the Wheeler River project titled "Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Wheeler River Uranium Project, Saskatchewan, Canada" dated April 8, 2016 with an effective date of March 31, 2016. A copy of this report is available on Denison's website and under its profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com and on EDGAR at www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml. Drill core with anomalous total gamma radioactivity (>500 counts per second) was sampled over 0.5 metre intervals. Sampling is undertaken on site by splitting the core in half, with one half submitted for analysis and the other half retained in the core box for future reference. Uranium assays are performed by the Saskatchewan Research Council ("SRC") Geoanalytical Laboratories using an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 accredited method for the determination of U O weight %. Sample preparation involves crushing and pulverizing core samples to 90% passing -106 microns. The resultant pulp is digested using aqua-regia and the solution analyzed for U O weight % using ICP-OES. Core recovery at Gryphon is typically 100% and therefore radiometric equivalent U O grades ("eU O ") are not required as a substitute for chemical U O assays. In addition to internal checks by SRC Geoanalytical Laboratories, the Company has rigorous quality assurance and quality control ("QAQC") procedures including the insertion of standard reference materials, blanks and field duplicates. The assay data is subject to verification procedures by qualified persons employed by Denison prior to disclosure. For further details on the assay, QAQC and data verification procedures please see Denison's Annual Information Form dated March 23, 2017 filed under the Company's profile on SEDAR (www.sedar.com). The following tables provide the detailed assay results from the drill holes completed during the winter 2017 exploration program at Wheeler River. The assay results are shown next to the previously reported radiometric equivalent results, and have been assigned a lens designation based on the stratigraphic position of the mineralized interval. Table 1: Winter 2017 assay results for exploration drilling outside of the Gryphon resource Dale Verran, MSc, Pr.Sci.Nat., Denison's Vice President, Exploration, who is a Qualified Person in accordance with the requirements of NI 43-101 has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this release. Wheeler River is the largest undeveloped high-grade uranium project in the infrastructure rich eastern portion of the Athabasca Basin region, in northern Saskatchewan. The project is a joint venture between Denison (60% and operator), Cameco Corp. ("Cameco") (30%), and JCU (Canada) Exploration Company Limited ("JCU") (10%), and is host to the high-grade Gryphon and Phoenix uranium deposits discovered by Denison in 2014 and 2008, respectively. The Gryphon deposit is hosted in basement rock and is currently estimated to contain inferred resources of 43.0 million pounds U3O8 (above a cut-off grade of 0.2% U3O8) based on 834,000 tonnes of mineralization at an average grade of 2.3% U3O8. The Phoenix unconformity deposit is located approximately 3 kilometres to the southeast of Gryphon and is estimated to include indicated resources of 70.2 million pounds U3O8 (above a cut-off grade of 0.8% U3O8) based on 166,000 tonnes of mineralization at an average grade of 19.1% U3O8, and is the highest grade undeveloped known uranium deposit in the world. On April 4th, 2016, Denison announced the results of a Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") for the Wheeler River Project, which considers the potential economic merit of co-developing the high-grade Gryphon and Phoenix deposits as a single underground mining operation. The PEA returned a base case pre-tax Internal Rate of Return ("IRR") of 20.4% based on the current long term contract price of uranium (US$44.00 per pound U O ), and Denison's share of estimated initial capital expenditures ("CAPEX") of CAD$336M (CAD$560M on 100% ownership basis). Exploration results from the subsequent drilling programs have not been incorporated into the resource estimate or the PEA. The PEA is preliminary in nature and includes inferred mineral resources that are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them to be categorized as mineral reserves, and there is no certainty that the preliminary economic assessment will be realized. Mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. On July 19th, 2016 Denison announced the initiation of a Pre-Feasibility Study ("PFS") for the Wheeler River property and the complimentary commencement of an infill drilling program at the Gryphon deposit to bring the inferred resources to an indicated level of confidence. As previously announced on January 10, 2017, Denison has entered into an agreement with its Wheeler River Joint Venture partners, Cameco and JCU, to fund 75% of Joint Venture expenses in 2017 and 2018 (ordinarily 60%) in exchange for an increase in Denison's interest in the project to up to approximately 66%. Under the terms of the agreement, Cameco will fund 50% of its ordinary 30% share in 2017 and 2018, and JCU is expected to continue to fund its 10% interest in the project. Denison is a uranium exploration and development company with interests focused in the Athabasca Basin region of northern Saskatchewan. Including its 60% owned Wheeler River project, which hosts the high-grade Phoenix and Gryphon uranium deposits, Denison's exploration portfolio consists of numerous projects covering over 330,000 hectares in the infrastructure rich eastern Athabasca Basin. Denison's interests in Saskatchewan also include a 22.5% ownership interest in the McClean Lake joint venture, which includes several uranium deposits and the McClean Lake uranium mill, which is currently processing ore from the Cigar Lake mine under a toll milling agreement, plus a 25.17% interest in the Midwest deposit and a 63.01% interest in the J Zone deposit on the Waterbury Lake property. Both the Midwest and J Zone deposits are located within 20 kilometres of the McClean Lake mill. Denison is also engaged in mine decommissioning and environmental services through its Denison Environmental Services division and is the manager of Uranium Participation Corp., a publicly traded company which invests in uranium oxide and uranium hexafluoride. Certain information contained in this press release constitutes "forward-looking information", within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and similar Canadian legislation concerning the business, operations and financial performance and condition of Denison. Generally, these forward-looking statements can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as "plans", "expects", "budget", "scheduled", "estimates", "forecasts", "intends", "anticipates", or "believes", or the negatives and/or variations of such words and phrases, or state that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will be taken", "occur", "be achieved" or "has the potential to". In particular, this press release contains forward-looking information pertaining to the following: the likelihood of completing and benefits to be derived from corporate transactions; use of proceeds from financing activities; expectations regarding further studies on material properties, including the PFS; expectations regarding the toll milling of Cigar Lake ores; expectations regarding revenues and expenditure from operations at DES; expectations regarding Denison's ownership interests and continuity of agreements with its partners; expectations regarding the provision of management services to UPC; capital expenditure programs, estimated exploration and development expenditures and reclamation costs and Denison's share of same; and exploration, development and expansion plans and objectives and statements regarding anticipated budgets. Statements relating to "mineral reserves" or "mineral resources" are deemed to be forward-looking information, as they involve the implied assessment, based on certain estimates and assumptions that the mineral reserves and mineral resources described can be profitably produced in the future. Forward looking statements are based on the opinions and estimates of management as of the date such statements are made, and they are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the actual results, level of activity, performance or achievements of Denison to be materially different from those expressed or implied by forward-looking statements. Denison believes that the expectations reflected in this forward-looking information are reasonable but no assurance can be given that these expectations will prove to be accurate and may differ materially from those anticipated in this forward looking information. For a discussion in respect of risks and other factors that could influence forward-looking events, please refer to the factors discussed in Denison's Annual Information Form dated March 23, 2017 under the heading "Risk Factors". These factors are not, and should not be construed as being exhaustive. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The forward-looking information contained in this press release is expressly qualified by this cautionary statement. Any forward-looking information and the assumptions made with respect thereto speaks only as of the date of this press release. Denison does not undertake any obligation to publicly update or revise any forward-looking information after the date of this press release to conform such information to actual results or to changes in Denison's expectations except as otherwise required by applicable legislation. Cautionary Note to United States Investors Concerning Estimates of Measured, Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resources: This press release may use the terms "measured", "indicated" and "inferred" mineral resources. United States investors are advised that while such terms are recognized and required by Canadian regulations, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission does not recognize them. "Inferred mineral resources" have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and as to their economic and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules, estimates of inferred mineral resources may not form the basis of feasibility or other economic studies. United States investors are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of measured or indicated mineral resources will ever be converted into mineral reserves. United States investors are also cautioned not to assume that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource exists, or is economically or legally mineable.


TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - May 24, 2017) - Appia Energy Corp. (the "Company or "Appia") (CSE:API)(CSE:API.CN)(CNSX:API)(OTC:APAAF)(FRANKFURT:A0I.F)(MUNICH:A0I.MU)(BERLIN:A0I.BE) is pleased to announce geochemical assay results from all seven drill holes of its winter diamond drilling program (the "Program", see News Release dated April 04, 2017) on its Loranger property (the "Property"), located 28 km southeast of Cameco's Rabbit Lake mill, Athabasca Basin, northern Saskatchewan. Six of seven drill holes returned assay results with greater than or equal to 0.01 wt% U O ("uranium mineralization", see Table 1 below for results). Geochemical assay results from drill hole LOR-17-004 returned a total composite down hole thickness of 72.9 m grading 0.012 wt% U O . Drill hole LOR-17-005 was drilled 150 m down-dip of LOR-17-004 and returned 26.4 m composite down hole thickness grading 0.014 wt% U O . Drill holes LOR-17-006 and LOR-17-007 were drilled 600 m and 1025 m SW along strike of LOR-17-004, respectively. LOR-17-006 intersected 56.85 m composite down hole thickness grading 0.012 wt% U O and LOR-17-007 intersected 10.3 m composite down hole thickness grading 0.016 wt% U O . Drill holes LOR-17-004 to LOR-17-007 were drilled in the historical Royal Canadian Ventures Grid No. 2 drilling area ("RCV area"). The RCV area has multiple lenses of uranium-bearing pegmatites extending from surface down to current vertical depth limit of 260 m and extending over 2,200 m along strike. The RCV area pegmatites remain open in all directions. See Figure 1 for drill hole locations and Figure 2 for cross-section interpretation of drill holes LOR-17-004 and LOR-17-005. The first three drill holes of the Program (LOR-17-001 to LOR-17-003) were drilled in a gravity low target area represented by intense brittle faulting and associated hydrothermal alteration. Drill hole LOR-17-001 intersected 0.011 wt% U O over 0.25 m at 211.0 m drill hole depth in unaltered pegmatite and LOR-17-003 intersected 0.010 wt% U O over 1.3 m at 98.6 m drill hole depth in clay altered semipelitic gneiss. In addition to U O , all gravity low target drill holes contain elevated boron (up to 404 ppm in LOR-17-002) throughout the faulted and altered zones. Elevated levels of boron (>100 ppm) are associated with some high-grade uranium Athabasca deposits and can be considered a critical element for Athabasca uranium exploration. Mr. James Sykes, VP Exploration and Development for Appia comments; "We are pleased with the results from the first drill hole program on the Loranger property. Both drill targeted areas successfully identified unique uranium-bearing systems on the property. We are planning a follow-up drill program to concentrate on geophysical targets that share similarities with the previously drilled areas. The Company remains well-funded to continue exploration on the Property. The drill is onsite and will be ready for a quick re-start as soon as lake ice is removed and ground conditions are favourable". Split core samples were taken arbitrarily over 0.1 to 1.4 m core lengths to correlate, as-best-as-possible, with scintillometer readings. Scintillometer ranges were not defined for sampling purposes. Field duplicates were taken systematically from every 20th split sample. All drill core samples were shipped from the project site and hand-delivered to the Saskatchewan Research Council's ("SRC") Geoanalytical Laboratory in Saskatoon, SK. Geochemical assay results were provided by SRC's Geoanalytical Laboratory, an ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (CAN-P- 4E) certified laboratory in Saskatoon, SK, for multi-element and U O analysis using the ICPMS, U O Assay and Boron Lab Packages (see SRC's Geoanalytical Laboratory's 2017 Services Schedule for information regarding laboratory sample preparation, quality assurance and quality control protocols; http://www.src.sk.ca/resource%20files/geoanalytical%20services%20schedule.pdf ). SRC's "Determination of U O wt% in Solid Samples" is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (Scope of Accreditation #537). All geochemical results reported herein have passed rigorous internal QAQC review and compilation. Appia is a Canadian publicly-traded company in the uranium and rare earth sectors. The Company is currently focused on discovering high-grade uranium deposits in the prolific Athabasca Basin on its Loranger and Otherside properties, as well as high-grade REO and uranium surface showings on its Alces Lake joint venture. The company currently holds the surface rights to exploration for about 63,607 hectares (157,177 acres) in Saskatchewan. The company also has NI 43-101 compliant resources of 8.0 M lbs U O and 47.7 M lbs TREE Indicated and 20.1 M lbs U O and 133.2 M lbs TREE Inferred in the Teasdale Zone plus 27.6 M lbs U O Inferred in the Banana Lake Zone in the historic mining camp of Elliot Lake in Ontario (previously reported in the Company's news release dated August 14, 2013). The resources are largely unconstrained along strike and down dip The technical content concerning the Property and geochemical assay results in this news release was reviewed and approved by Thomas Skimming, P.Eng, a Director of Appia, and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101. Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: This News Release contains forward-looking statements which are typically preceded by, followed by or including the words "believes", "expects", "anticipates", "estimates", "intends", "plans" or similar expressions. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance as they involve risks, uncertainties and assumptions. We do not intend and do not assume any obligation to update these forward- looking statements and shareholders are cautioned not to put undue reliance on such statements. Neither the Canadian Securities Exchange nor its Market Regulator (as that term is defined in the policies of the CSE) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


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TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / May 10, 2017 / Murchison Minerals Ltd. (CSE: MUR) ("Murchison" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of its spring 2017 - 5,653 metre diamond drilling program on its Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit, located in Northern Saskatchewan. Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) style zinc-copper mineralization, as shown in Table 1 and Figure 1, was intersected by all ten holes of the recently completed drill program. Drill hole BM-17-01 intersected sulphides in both the known Upper Main Zone and Lower Main Zone parallel mineralized horizons ("UMZ" and "LMZ," respectively). Mineralization in the LMZ assayed 12.12% Zn, 0.97% Cu and 39.20 g/t Ag over an intercepted width of 11.40 metres and included a 5.96 metre interval that assayed 16.62% Zn, 0.79% Cu and 25.60 g/t Ag. Assay results from the UMZ intersected in BM-17-01 returned 11.49% Zn, 0.57% Cu and 21.98 g/t Ag over an interval width of 3.77 metres and included a 1.83 metre wide zone of 16.34% Zn, 0.59% Cu and 21.05 g/t Ag. The BM-17-01 results have the potential to provide additional resources, as this hole is greater than 100 metres from holes, which are included in the known resource. (See BM-17-01 location in Figure 1.) Holes BM-17-06 and 09 intersected VMS mineralization at a down dip depth of approximately 950 metres. Intercepts in BM-17-09 occur approximately 190 metre distance from intercepts in BM-17-06 (See Figure 1). Both holes were drilled from the same collar position and were designed to test the same geophysical airborne conductor plates and geological modelling, at depth, that was intersected in hole BM-17-01. BM-17-06 intersected 5.98 metres grading 1.37% Zn, 0.83% Cu and 19.10 g/t Ag including 2.44 metres assaying 1.22% Zn, 1.44% Cu and 31.90 g/t Ag within a semi-massive sulphide horizon. BM-17-09 returned 1.19% Zn 0.61% Cu and 14.7 g/t Ag over 3.37 metres. This hole also intersected a suspected siliceous cap rock at a vertical depth of 760 metres that is interpreted to be located on the fringes of the sulphide deposit and along with the mineralized sections provides valuable information regarding the deposit's geometry. Holes BM-17-02 through 04 respectively, tested the deposit at increasingly greater depth below BM-17-01. Results show that both good grade and thickness are apparent in both the UMZ and LMZ encountered in each of these deeper holes. Specifically, BM-17-04 returned a 7.16% Zn, 0.41% Cu and 22.40 g/t Ag over 6.23 metres including 2.38 metres assaying 11.59% Zn, 0.56% Cu and 24.13 g/t Ag in an intersection that is showing good down dip continuity and extension of approximately 90 metres to this sulphide horizon. Holes BM-17-05, 07, 08 and 10 were drilled along an approximately 500 metre long section located 225 metres north of the BM-17-01 to BM-17-04 section. These holes were designed to test the northern extents of the deposit and targeted both extrapolated geology and borehole EM conductor plates. Drill results show that intersected zones of the sulphide mineralization show considerably higher copper and lower zinc values than are exhibited in BM-17-01 to 04, suggesting a metal zonation from zinc to copper commonly observed in VMS deposits. To view the graphic, please click here. The diamond drilling program was designed to test both the lateral, depth extents and untested areas of the deposit below and away from the main central corridor of historic drilling and outside of the 43-101 resource estimate of 1.5 million indicated tonnes grading 9.2% zinc, 0.89% copper and 3.0 million inferred tonnes grading 5.6% zinc and 0.6% copper, as outlined in the 2008 Second Technical Report on the Brabant Lake Property, Saskatchewan, Canada for Manicouagan Minerals Inc., dated September 12, 2008 (now Murchison). Drilling was based on a newer geological model and supporting airborne, ground and down hole geophysical anomalies. Mr. Kent Pearson, CEO, stated, "We are excited about the results of this program, particularly the success in extending mineralization to depth. The results of this program provide important information to further our understanding of the Brabant-McKenzie Deposit. The results indicate the presence of potential additional resources adjacent to those already known and identify additional diamond drill targets." Compilation of historic and new drill hole data and further interpretation is underway. An initial interpretation, based on drill hole intersections in conjunction with current geological modelling and geophysics, suggests that the deposit remains open to depth and laterally. A borehole EM geophysical survey of the deeper drilled holes below the known deposit is planned to define additional targets. The next round of drilling is expected to continue to test this focus area down plunge as well as open targets along strike. Additional large-scale airborne conductors similar to those outlined on the deposit remain untested and occur within 1.5 kilometres of the main deposit. Numerous other EM conductors and known mineralized showings traverse the property for 15 kilometres in prospective geological terrain and require follow-up work. The Brabant-McKenzie zinc-copper VMS deposit is located 175 kilometres northeast of La Ronge Saskatchewan, ranked the number one jurisdiction for mining in the world. The property is approximately 3 kilometres from the community of Brabant Lake, is accessible via highway 2 and is serviced by grid power. The core was logged and split in a secured core logging facility. Individual samples were labeled, placed in plastic sample bags, and sealed. Groups of samples were then placed in security sealed bags and shipped directly to the Saskatchewan Research Council Laboratories ("SRC") in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for assay analysis. SRC used the ICP3 Base Metal Exploration Package for analysis. Partial digestions are performed on an aliquot of sample for the analysis of the requested elements by ICP-OES. An aliquot of pulp is digested in a test tube in a mixture of HNO3 HCl, in a hot water bath and then diluted to 15 ml using de-ionized water. Check assays, utilizing Atomic Absorption, as well as specific gravity analysis, were undertaken by TSL Labs also located in Saskatoon. Assay results for both methods were comparable. The technical information contained in this release has been reviewed and approved by Graham Gill, P.Geo. and Finley Bakker P.Geo., who are qualified persons pursuant to the terms of National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators. Both are consultants to Murchison. Murchison Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian based exploration company with a diversified portfolio of properties, including the Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit in north-central Saskatchewan and the HPM Nickel/Copper/Cobalt project in Quebec. Murchison also holds gold claims in the Pickle Lake area of northwestern Ontario. Additional information about Murchison Minerals and its exploration projects can be found at www.murchisonminerals.com. For further information, please contact: The CSE has not reviewed this news release and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release. The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release. All statements other than statements of historical fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization and reserves, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of the Company, are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company's expectations are exploration risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators.


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TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / May 10, 2017 / Murchison Minerals Ltd. (CSE: MUR) ("Murchison" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of its spring 2017 - 5,653 metre diamond drilling program on its Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit, located in Northern Saskatchewan. Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) style zinc-copper mineralization, as shown in Table 1 and Figure 1, was intersected by all ten holes of the recently completed drill program. Drill hole BM-17-01 intersected sulphides in both the known Upper Main Zone and Lower Main Zone parallel mineralized horizons ("UMZ" and "LMZ," respectively). Mineralization in the LMZ assayed 12.12% Zn, 0.97% Cu and 39.20 g/t Ag over an intercepted width of 11.40 metres and included a 5.96 metre interval that assayed 16.62% Zn, 0.79% Cu and 25.60 g/t Ag. Assay results from the UMZ intersected in BM-17-01 returned 11.49% Zn, 0.57% Cu and 21.98 g/t Ag over an interval width of 3.77 metres and included a 1.83 metre wide zone of 16.34% Zn, 0.59% Cu and 21.05 g/t Ag. The BM-17-01 results have the potential to provide additional resources, as this hole is greater than 100 metres from holes, which are included in the known resource. (See BM-17-01 location in Figure 1.) Holes BM-17-06 and 09 intersected VMS mineralization at a down dip depth of approximately 950 metres. Intercepts in BM-17-09 occur approximately 190 metre distance from intercepts in BM-17-06 (See Figure 1). Both holes were drilled from the same collar position and were designed to test the same geophysical airborne conductor plates and geological modelling, at depth, that was intersected in hole BM-17-01. BM-17-06 intersected 5.98 metres grading 1.37% Zn, 0.83% Cu and 19.10 g/t Ag including 2.44 metres assaying 1.22% Zn, 1.44% Cu and 31.90 g/t Ag within a semi-massive sulphide horizon. BM-17-09 returned 1.19% Zn 0.61% Cu and 14.7 g/t Ag over 3.37 metres. This hole also intersected a suspected siliceous cap rock at a vertical depth of 760 metres that is interpreted to be located on the fringes of the sulphide deposit and along with the mineralized sections provides valuable information regarding the deposit's geometry. Holes BM-17-02 through 04 respectively, tested the deposit at increasingly greater depth below BM-17-01. Results show that both good grade and thickness are apparent in both the UMZ and LMZ encountered in each of these deeper holes. Specifically, BM-17-04 returned a 7.16% Zn, 0.41% Cu and 22.40 g/t Ag over 6.23 metres including 2.38 metres assaying 11.59% Zn, 0.56% Cu and 24.13 g/t Ag in an intersection that is showing good down dip continuity and extension of approximately 90 metres to this sulphide horizon. Holes BM-17-05, 07, 08 and 10 were drilled along an approximately 500 metre long section located 225 metres north of the BM-17-01 to BM-17-04 section. These holes were designed to test the northern extents of the deposit and targeted both extrapolated geology and borehole EM conductor plates. Drill results show that intersected zones of the sulphide mineralization show considerably higher copper and lower zinc values than are exhibited in BM-17-01 to 04, suggesting a metal zonation from zinc to copper commonly observed in VMS deposits. Length density weighted intercepts. Holes were drilled to attempt intercept perpendicular to lens/mineralization. Actual true thickness may be less than intercepts reported. To view the graphic, please click here. The diamond drilling program was designed to test both the lateral, depth extents and untested areas of the deposit below and away from the main central corridor of historic drilling and outside of the 43-101 resource estimate of 1.5 million indicated tonnes grading 9.2% zinc, 0.89% copper and 3.0 million inferred tonnes grading 5.6% zinc and 0.6% copper, as outlined in the 2008 Second Technical Report on the Brabant Lake Property, Saskatchewan, Canada for Manicouagan Minerals Inc., dated September 12, 2008 (now Murchison). Drilling was based on a newer geological model and supporting airborne, ground and down hole geophysical anomalies. Mr. Kent Pearson, CEO, stated, "We are excited about the results of this program, particularly the success in extending mineralization to depth. The results of this program provide important information to further our understanding of the Brabant-McKenzie Deposit. The results indicate the presence of potential additional resources adjacent to those already known and identify additional diamond drill targets." Compilation of historic and new drill hole data and further interpretation is underway. An initial interpretation, based on drill hole intersections in conjunction with current geological modelling and geophysics, suggests that the deposit remains open to depth and laterally. A borehole EM geophysical survey of the deeper drilled holes below the known deposit is planned to define additional targets. The next round of drilling is expected to continue to test this focus area down plunge as well as open targets along strike. Additional large-scale airborne conductors similar to those outlined on the deposit remain untested and occur within 1.5 kilometres of the main deposit. Numerous other EM conductors and known mineralized showings traverse the property for 15 kilometres in prospective geological terrain and require follow-up work. The Brabant-McKenzie zinc-copper VMS deposit is located 175 kilometres northeast of La Ronge Saskatchewan, ranked the number one jurisdiction for mining in the world. The property is approximately 3 kilometres from the community of Brabant Lake, is accessible via highway 2 and is serviced by grid power. The core was logged and split in a secured core logging facility. Individual samples were labeled, placed in plastic sample bags, and sealed. Groups of samples were then placed in security sealed bags and shipped directly to the Saskatchewan Research Council Laboratories ("SRC") in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for assay analysis. SRC used the ICP3 Base Metal Exploration Package for analysis. Partial digestions are performed on an aliquot of sample for the analysis of the requested elements by ICP-OES. An aliquot of pulp is digested in a test tube in a mixture of HNO3 HCl, in a hot water bath and then diluted to 15 ml using de-ionized water. Check assays, utilizing Atomic Absorption, as well as specific gravity analysis, were undertaken by TSL Labs also located in Saskatoon. Assay results for both methods were comparable. The technical information contained in this release has been reviewed and approved by Graham Gill, P.Geo. and Finley Bakker P.Geo., who are qualified persons pursuant to the terms of National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators. Both are consultants to Murchison. Murchison Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian based exploration company with a diversified portfolio of properties, including the Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit in north-central Saskatchewan and the HPM Nickel/Copper/Cobalt project in Quebec. Murchison also holds gold claims in the Pickle Lake area of northwestern Ontario. Additional information about Murchison Minerals and its exploration projects can be found at www.murchisonminerals.com. For further information, please contact: The CSE has not reviewed this news release and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release. The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release. All statements other than statements of historical fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization and reserves, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of the Company, are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company's expectations are exploration risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / May 10, 2017 / Murchison Minerals Ltd. (CSE: MUR) ("Murchison" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of its spring 2017 - 5,653 metre diamond drilling program on its Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit, located in Northern Saskatchewan. Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) style zinc-copper mineralization, as shown in Table 1 and Figure 1, was intersected by all ten holes of the recently completed drill program. Drill hole BM-17-01 intersected sulphides in both the known Upper Main Zone and Lower Main Zone parallel mineralized horizons ("UMZ" and "LMZ," respectively). Mineralization in the LMZ assayed 12.12% Zn, 0.97% Cu and 39.20 g/t Ag over an intercepted width of 11.40 metres and included a 5.96 metre interval that assayed 16.62% Zn, 0.79% Cu and 25.60 g/t Ag. Assay results from the UMZ intersected in BM-17-01 returned 11.49% Zn, 0.57% Cu and 21.98 g/t Ag over an interval width of 3.77 metres and included a 1.83 metre wide zone of 16.34% Zn, 0.59% Cu and 21.05 g/t Ag. The BM-17-01 results have the potential to provide additional resources, as this hole is greater than 100 metres from holes, which are included in the known resource. (See BM-17-01 location in Figure 1.) Holes BM-17-06 and 09 intersected VMS mineralization at a down dip depth of approximately 950 metres. Intercepts in BM-17-09 occur approximately 190 metre distance from intercepts in BM-17-06 (See Figure 1). Both holes were drilled from the same collar position and were designed to test the same geophysical airborne conductor plates and geological modelling, at depth, that was intersected in hole BM-17-01. BM-17-06 intersected 5.98 metres grading 1.37% Zn, 0.83% Cu and 19.10 g/t Ag including 2.44 metres assaying 1.22% Zn, 1.44% Cu and 31.90 g/t Ag within a semi-massive sulphide horizon. BM-17-09 returned 1.19% Zn 0.61% Cu and 14.7 g/t Ag over 3.37 metres. This hole also intersected a suspected siliceous cap rock at a vertical depth of 760 metres that is interpreted to be located on the fringes of the sulphide deposit and along with the mineralized sections provides valuable information regarding the deposit's geometry. Holes BM-17-02 through 04 respectively, tested the deposit at increasingly greater depth below BM-17-01. Results show that both good grade and thickness are apparent in both the UMZ and LMZ encountered in each of these deeper holes. Specifically, BM-17-04 returned a 7.16% Zn, 0.41% Cu and 22.40 g/t Ag over 6.23 metres including 2.38 metres assaying 11.59% Zn, 0.56% Cu and 24.13 g/t Ag in an intersection that is showing good down dip continuity and extension of approximately 90 metres to this sulphide horizon. Holes BM-17-05, 07, 08 and 10 were drilled along an approximately 500 metre long section located 225 metres north of the BM-17-01 to BM-17-04 section. These holes were designed to test the northern extents of the deposit and targeted both extrapolated geology and borehole EM conductor plates. Drill results show that intersected zones of the sulphide mineralization show considerably higher copper and lower zinc values than are exhibited in BM-17-01 to 04, suggesting a metal zonation from zinc to copper commonly observed in VMS deposits. Length density weighted intercepts. Holes were drilled to attempt intercept perpendicular to lens/mineralization. Actual true thickness may be less than intercepts reported. To view the graphic, please click here. The diamond drilling program was designed to test both the lateral, depth extents and untested areas of the deposit below and away from the main central corridor of historic drilling and outside of the 43-101 resource estimate of 1.5 million indicated tonnes grading 9.2% zinc, 0.89% copper and 3.0 million inferred tonnes grading 5.6% zinc and 0.6% copper, as outlined in the 2008 Second Technical Report on the Brabant Lake Property, Saskatchewan, Canada for Manicouagan Minerals Inc., dated September 12, 2008 (now Murchison). Drilling was based on a newer geological model and supporting airborne, ground and down hole geophysical anomalies. Mr. Kent Pearson, CEO, stated, "We are excited about the results of this program, particularly the success in extending mineralization to depth. The results of this program provide important information to further our understanding of the Brabant-McKenzie Deposit. The results indicate the presence of potential additional resources adjacent to those already known and identify additional diamond drill targets." Compilation of historic and new drill hole data and further interpretation is underway. An initial interpretation, based on drill hole intersections in conjunction with current geological modelling and geophysics, suggests that the deposit remains open to depth and laterally. A borehole EM geophysical survey of the deeper drilled holes below the known deposit is planned to define additional targets. The next round of drilling is expected to continue to test this focus area down plunge as well as open targets along strike. Additional large-scale airborne conductors similar to those outlined on the deposit remain untested and occur within 1.5 kilometres of the main deposit. Numerous other EM conductors and known mineralized showings traverse the property for 15 kilometres in prospective geological terrain and require follow-up work. The Brabant-McKenzie zinc-copper VMS deposit is located 175 kilometres northeast of La Ronge Saskatchewan, ranked the number one jurisdiction for mining in the world. The property is approximately 3 kilometres from the community of Brabant Lake, is accessible via highway 2 and is serviced by grid power. The core was logged and split in a secured core logging facility. Individual samples were labeled, placed in plastic sample bags, and sealed. Groups of samples were then placed in security sealed bags and shipped directly to the Saskatchewan Research Council Laboratories ("SRC") in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for assay analysis. SRC used the ICP3 Base Metal Exploration Package for analysis. Partial digestions are performed on an aliquot of sample for the analysis of the requested elements by ICP-OES. An aliquot of pulp is digested in a test tube in a mixture of HNO3 HCl, in a hot water bath and then diluted to 15 ml using de-ionized water. Check assays, utilizing Atomic Absorption, as well as specific gravity analysis, were undertaken by TSL Labs also located in Saskatoon. Assay results for both methods were comparable. The technical information contained in this release has been reviewed and approved by Graham Gill, P.Geo. and Finley Bakker P.Geo., who are qualified persons pursuant to the terms of National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators. Both are consultants to Murchison. Murchison Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian based exploration company with a diversified portfolio of properties, including the Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit in north-central Saskatchewan and the HPM Nickel/Copper/Cobalt project in Quebec. Murchison also holds gold claims in the Pickle Lake area of northwestern Ontario. Additional information about Murchison Minerals and its exploration projects can be found at www.murchisonminerals.com. For further information, please contact: The CSE has not reviewed this news release and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release. The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release. All statements other than statements of historical fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization and reserves, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of the Company, are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company's expectations are exploration risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators.


TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / May 9, 2017 / Stakeholder Gold Corp. (TSXV: SRC) ("Stakeholder Gold" or the "Corporation") is pleased to announce it has received approval from the TSX Venture Exchange for the previously disclosed property option agreement (the "Agreement") with Mountain View Gold Inc. ("MVG") and Mountain View Gold Corp. ("Mountain View"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of MVG. Pursuant to the Agreement Mountain View has granted the Corporation an option to earn up to 100% interest in Mountain View's Goldstorm property (the "Property"), located in Elko County, Nevada. Terms of the agreement are as reflected in the Company's prior press release dated March 8th, 2017. The Property is situated in the Snowstorm Mountains Mining District in the western part of Elko County, Nevada. The Property is located approximately 17 km northwest of Klondex's Ken Snyder ("Midas") underground gold mine, approximately 18 km east-northeast of Newmont's Twin Creeks gold mine and approximately 25 km northeast of Barrick Gold's Turquoise Ridge mine. A National Instrument 43-101 technical report on the property has been filed on SEDAR and is available on the Stakeholder Gold website at: http://stakeholdergold.com/goldstorm-project/ni-43-101-technical-report/ The Property contains numerous historic prospects, and the earliest known exploration dates to 1907. There was no activity on the Property between the 1930's and 1980. An aeromagnetic survey, along with trenching, was conducted in the 1980's. Drilling exploration commenced in 1989 and was conducted by various companies through 2000. Geologic mapping was published in 1993. Mexivada acquired the Property in 2007, and West Kirkland Mining leased the Property from Mexivada in 2010. In 2010, West Kirkland Mining drilled two core holes on the Property. Drill hole WG-1001 is located on the Clayton Veins system, situated about 1 km south-southwest of the more extensively explored Northern zone. Beginning at 64.4 m depth, the hole intercepted a 2 m vein zone that assayed 5.5 g/t Au, including a 1 m interval @ 9.29 g/t Au and 73 g/t Ag. The Clayton Veins system trends NW-SE and has been tested by only this one drill hole. The parallel Prochnau Veins system, located about 300 m to the NE, has not yet been drill-tested. Both these vein systems are open along strike and to depth. Evidence of veining has been traced over 2,000 m strike length, and these veins will be the subject of exploration drilling planned to be undertaken by Stakeholder in the coming months. The exploration target/model for the Property is based on the Midas mine located about 16 km (10 miles) to the southeast. Goldstorm sits near the intersection of three important gold-bearing structural corridors: the Getchell Trend; the Carlin/Midas Trend and the Northern Nevada Rift. * Goldstorm property located at the intersection of 3 prominent gold trends in Nevada To view an enhanced version of this image, please visit: http://www.accesswire.com/uploads/26677_a1494269789936_67.jpg Gregory C. Ferdock, PhD (ABD), MSc is a Qualified Person under NI 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical portions of this news release. Stakeholder Gold Corporation is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The primary focus of the Corporation during 2017 is to explore the Goldstorm property in Elko County, Nevada (USA). Stakeholder is also exploring on its 100% owned Ballarat Gold Project located in the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory, Canada. For further information, please contact: This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute "forward-looking statements" and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation's strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance. When used in this news release, the words "estimate", "project", "anticipate", "expect", "intend", "believe", "hope", "may" and similar expressions, as well as "will", "shall" and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation's annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents. The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof. Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / May 10, 2017 / Murchison Minerals Ltd. (CSE: MUR) ("Murchison" or the "Company") is pleased to announce the results of its spring 2017 - 5,653 metre diamond drilling program on its Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit, located in Northern Saskatchewan. Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide (VMS) style zinc-copper mineralization, as shown in Table 1 and Figure 1, was intersected by all ten holes of the recently completed drill program. Drill hole BM-17-01 intersected sulphides in both the known Upper Main Zone and Lower Main Zone parallel mineralized horizons ("UMZ" and "LMZ," respectively). Mineralization in the LMZ assayed 12.12% Zn, 0.97% Cu and 39.20 g/t Ag over an intercepted width of 11.40 metres and included a 5.96 metre interval that assayed 16.62% Zn, 0.79% Cu and 25.60 g/t Ag. Assay results from the UMZ intersected in BM-17-01 returned 11.49% Zn, 0.57% Cu and 21.98 g/t Ag over an interval width of 3.77 metres and included a 1.83 metre wide zone of 16.34% Zn, 0.59% Cu and 21.05 g/t Ag. The BM-17-01 results have the potential to provide additional resources, as this hole is greater than 100 metres from holes, which are included in the known resource. (See BM-17-01 location in Figure 1.) Holes BM-17-06 and 09 intersected VMS mineralization at a down dip depth of approximately 950 metres. Intercepts in BM-17-09 occur approximately 190 metre distance from intercepts in BM-17-06 (See Figure 1). Both holes were drilled from the same collar position and were designed to test the same geophysical airborne conductor plates and geological modelling, at depth, that was intersected in hole BM-17-01. BM-17-06 intersected 5.98 metres grading 1.37% Zn, 0.83% Cu and 19.10 g/t Ag including 2.44 metres assaying 1.22% Zn, 1.44% Cu and 31.90 g/t Ag within a semi-massive sulphide horizon. BM-17-09 returned 1.19% Zn 0.61% Cu and 14.7 g/t Ag over 3.37 metres. This hole also intersected a suspected siliceous cap rock at a vertical depth of 760 metres that is interpreted to be located on the fringes of the sulphide deposit and along with the mineralized sections provides valuable information regarding the deposit's geometry. Holes BM-17-02 through 04 respectively, tested the deposit at increasingly greater depth below BM-17-01. Results show that both good grade and thickness are apparent in both the UMZ and LMZ encountered in each of these deeper holes. Specifically, BM-17-04 returned a 7.16% Zn, 0.41% Cu and 22.40 g/t Ag over 6.23 metres including 2.38 metres assaying 11.59% Zn, 0.56% Cu and 24.13 g/t Ag in an intersection that is showing good down dip continuity and extension of approximately 90 metres to this sulphide horizon. Holes BM-17-05, 07, 08 and 10 were drilled along an approximately 500 metre long section located 225 metres north of the BM-17-01 to BM-17-04 section. These holes were designed to test the northern extents of the deposit and targeted both extrapolated geology and borehole EM conductor plates. Drill results show that intersected zones of the sulphide mineralization show considerably higher copper and lower zinc values than are exhibited in BM-17-01 to 04, suggesting a metal zonation from zinc to copper commonly observed in VMS deposits. Length density weighted intercepts. Holes were drilled to attempt intercept perpendicular to lens/mineralization. Actual true thickness may be less than intercepts reported. To view the graphic, please click here. The diamond drilling program was designed to test both the lateral, depth extents and untested areas of the deposit below and away from the main central corridor of historic drilling and outside of the 43-101 resource estimate of 1.5 million indicated tonnes grading 9.2% zinc, 0.89% copper and 3.0 million inferred tonnes grading 5.6% zinc and 0.6% copper, as outlined in the 2008 Second Technical Report on the Brabant Lake Property, Saskatchewan, Canada for Manicouagan Minerals Inc., dated September 12, 2008 (now Murchison). Drilling was based on a newer geological model and supporting airborne, ground and down hole geophysical anomalies. Mr. Kent Pearson, CEO, stated, "We are excited about the results of this program, particularly the success in extending mineralization to depth. The results of this program provide important information to further our understanding of the Brabant-McKenzie Deposit. The results indicate the presence of potential additional resources adjacent to those already known and identify additional diamond drill targets." Compilation of historic and new drill hole data and further interpretation is underway. An initial interpretation, based on drill hole intersections in conjunction with current geological modelling and geophysics, suggests that the deposit remains open to depth and laterally. A borehole EM geophysical survey of the deeper drilled holes below the known deposit is planned to define additional targets. The next round of drilling is expected to continue to test this focus area down plunge as well as open targets along strike. Additional large-scale airborne conductors similar to those outlined on the deposit remain untested and occur within 1.5 kilometres of the main deposit. Numerous other EM conductors and known mineralized showings traverse the property for 15 kilometres in prospective geological terrain and require follow-up work. The Brabant-McKenzie zinc-copper VMS deposit is located 175 kilometres northeast of La Ronge Saskatchewan, ranked the number one jurisdiction for mining in the world. The property is approximately 3 kilometres from the community of Brabant Lake, is accessible via highway 2 and is serviced by grid power. The core was logged and split in a secured core logging facility. Individual samples were labeled, placed in plastic sample bags, and sealed. Groups of samples were then placed in security sealed bags and shipped directly to the Saskatchewan Research Council Laboratories ("SRC") in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for assay analysis. SRC used the ICP3 Base Metal Exploration Package for analysis. Partial digestions are performed on an aliquot of sample for the analysis of the requested elements by ICP-OES. An aliquot of pulp is digested in a test tube in a mixture of HNO3 HCl, in a hot water bath and then diluted to 15 ml using de-ionized water. Check assays, utilizing Atomic Absorption, as well as specific gravity analysis, were undertaken by TSL Labs also located in Saskatoon. Assay results for both methods were comparable. The technical information contained in this release has been reviewed and approved by Graham Gill, P.Geo. and Finley Bakker P.Geo., who are qualified persons pursuant to the terms of National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators. Both are consultants to Murchison. Murchison Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian based exploration company with a diversified portfolio of properties, including the Brabant-McKenzie Zinc-Copper deposit in north-central Saskatchewan and the HPM Nickel/Copper/Cobalt project in Quebec. Murchison also holds gold claims in the Pickle Lake area of northwestern Ontario. Additional information about Murchison Minerals and its exploration projects can be found at www.murchisonminerals.com. For further information, please contact: The CSE has not reviewed this news release and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release. The CSE has neither approved nor disapproved the contents of this news release. All statements other than statements of historical fact, included in this release, including, without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization and reserves, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of the Company, are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company's expectations are exploration risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators.

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