Osisko Metals Intersects 6.00 Metres Grading 20.78% Zinc + Lead at Pine Point

MONTREAL, Nov. 24, 2021  -- Osisko Metals Incorporated (the "Company" or "Osisko Metals") (TSX-V: OM; OTCQX: OMZNF; FRANKFURT: 0B51) is pleased to announce further results from the current in-fill drill program at its Pine Point Project, located in the NWT.
 
The results reported herein are from the L65 Tabular deposit in the Central Zone (see Map 1 and Tables 1 & 2) and form a part of the C1 Cluster area that has recently demonstrated improved hydrogeological modelling and substantially reduced dewatering requirements (see news release dated October 27, 2021).
 
Highlights:
 
Drill hole L65-21-PP-009 intersected 6.00 metres grading 7.11% Zn and 1.73% Pb (8.84% Zn+Pb) in well-developed tabular mineralization.
Drill hole L65-21-PP-033B intersected 6.00 metres grading 20.06% Zn and 0.72% Pb (20.78% Zn+Pb) in well-developed tabular mineralization.
A number of well-mineralized intercepts occur outside underground stope areas that were modelled in the 2020 PEA.
The L65 deposit is part of the C1 cluster (1.17MT @ 6.00% Zn and 1.8% Pb underground Inferred Mineral Resource) and is open to the west where it may connect with the nearby M67 deposit (0.67MT @ 4.41% Zn, 1.45% Pb open pit Inferred Mineral Resource), located 300 metres away.
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Chakana Intersects 10m with 15.48 g/t Gold, 1.27% Copper and 82.4 g/t Silver (18.50 g/t Au-EQ or 12.09% Cu-EQ) Within 237m of 1.74 g/t Gold, 0.59% Copper and 25.2 g/t Silver in Breccia Pipe 5 from Surface at Soledad, Peru

Soledad Project Highlights Include:
 
Reporting 12 remaining resource definition holes totalling 2,541m at Breccia Pipe 5 (Bx 5), all with significant intercepts.
Additional resource definition drill results pending for Huancarama.
Off-set IP surveys continue over all high priority targets defined to date.
 
Vancouver, British Columbia--(November 18, 2021) - Chakana Copper Corp. (TSXV: PERU) (OTCQB: CHKKF) (FSE: 1ZX) (the "Company" or "Chakana") is pleased to provide results from the remaining twelve resource definition holes drilled in Bx 5 totaling 2,541m at the Soledad project, Ancash, Peru (see table below). This resource drilling is part of the fully funded 26,000m exploration and resource drilling program planned for 2021 (Fig. 1). These results will further increase confidence in the initial resource estimate, anticipated to be completed by the end of 2021.
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Chakana Reports 113m of 0.90 g/t Gold, 0.92% Copper and 72.8 g/t Silver (2.13% Cu-Eq) in Huancarama at Soledad, Peru

Soledad Project Highlights Include:
 
12 new resource definition holes at Huancarama reported, totalling 2,974.85m
Additional resource definition drill results pending for Breccia Pipe 5 "(Bx 5)" and Huancarama
Gradient-array induced-polarization (IP) geophysical survey completed over entire mineral system
Off-set IP surveys underway over high priority targets defined by gradient array and other data sets
 
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - November 1, 2021) - Chakana Copper Corp. (TSXV: PERU) (OTCQB: CHKKF) (FSE: 1ZX) (the "Company" or "Chakana"), is pleased to provide results from twelve resource definition holes drilled in Huancarama totaling 2,974.85m at the Soledad project, Ancash, Peru (see table below). The resource drilling is part of a fully funded 26,000m exploration and resource drilling program planned for 2021 (Fig. 1). These results compliment previous results from Huancarama and will increase confidence in the initial resource estimate covering six breccia pipes, which is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2021.
 
"Results for the resource definition drilling at Huancarama have been outstanding thus far. This is a large breccia pipe that is part of a much larger breccia complex. The resource drilling has focused on the east side of the breccia complex where two breccia pipes coalesce into one larger pipe with excellent grades for copper, gold, and silver. We have additional resource definition drill results to release for Bx 5 and Huancarama as we close in on the first resource ever for this new discovery," stated President and CEO David Kelley.
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Torq Options Santa Cecilia Gold-Copper Project in Maricunga Belt in Chile

VANCOUVER, BC / October 21, 2021 / Torq Resources Inc. (TSX-V:TORQ) (OTCQX:TRBMF) ("Torq" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has acquired an option to earn a 100% interest in the 3,250-hectare (32.5 square kilometre (km)) Santa Cecilia gold-copper project, located approximately 100 km east of the city of Copiapo in northern Chile. The project is in the southern region of the world-class Maricunga belt and immediately north of the El Indio belt (Figure 1). It is estimated that the Maricunga belt could host up to 90 million ounces of gold endowment. The belt is characterized by gold epithermal and gold - copper porphyry deposits that are Oligocene - Miocene in age, including world-class multi-million-ounce deposits such as Salares Norte, La Coipa, Cerro Maricunga, Marte, Lobo, La Pepa, El Volcan, Caspiche and Cerro Casale (Figure 1).
 
The Santa Cecilia project is located immediately adjacent to the Norte Abierto project, held by Newmont and Barrick, which is comprised of the Caspiche and Cerro Casale gold - copper porphyry deposits (Figure 2). Collectively, these deposits contain proven and probable reserves of 23.2 million (M) ounces of gold and 5.8 billion (B) pounds of copper and measured and indicated resources of 26.6 M ounces of gold and 6.7 B pounds of copper. Limited historical exploration work at Santa Cecilia was performed by the previous operator, a major international mining company ("previous operator"), in 1988 - 1990, when it drilled 47 holes, totaling approximately 14,000 metres (m), and completed 1,200 m of exploration tunnel development that clearly defined epithermal gold and gold - silver mineralization as well as gold - copper porphyry mineralization at surface and shallow depths, respectively. 
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Emerita Intersects 8.2 Meters Grading 2.5% Copper, 17.3% Zinc, 8.7% Lead, 223.5g/t Silver, 0.5g/t Gold in Initial Step-Out Drill Hole at La Infanta Drill Program

TORONTO, Oct. 22, 2021  -- Emerita Resources Corp. (TSX – V: EMO; OTC: EMOTF) (the “Company” or “Emerita”) announces that it has received complete assays for the first step-out drill hole from the Infanta drill program as well as the final in-fill drill holes. The in-fill program has verified the historical drill results and will allow proper 3D modelling of the deposit along with providing fresh material that can be used for future metallurgical testing.   Both drills are now stepping out to expand the deposit. Please see Figure 1 below for drill hole locations and Table 1 below for assays and drill hole coordinates.  
 
Drill hole IN018 intersected 8.2 meters grading 2.5% copper, 8.7% lead, 17.3% zinc and 223.5 g/t silver and 0.5 g/t gold from 59.4 meters. This is 40 meter step out to the west of the historical limits of the deposit. In addition, hole IN023 which is located approximately 50 m west hole IN018 of the deposit has intersected two zones of massive sulfide (assays pending). The only other hole where the deeper second zone is intersected is in hole IN017 which is 300 meters east and this area is open for extension of the mineralization to depth.
There is a strong TEM conductor extending at least 300 meters to the west from hole IN018 (to the edge of the current survey coverage) as well as some shallow historical workings that provide strong evidence the deposit will extend in that direction.
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