Callinex Intersects 18.7 Meters of 5.8% Zn Eq. at the Nash Creek Zinc Project

Highlights:  Drill hole NC17-245 intersected 18.7m of 5.8% Zn Eq. including a higher grade interval of 5.0m grading 8.9% Zn Eq.; and
NC17-245 was completed to test the theory that historic drilling intersected unreported mineralization due to inadequate sampling based on visual observations.
VANCOUVER, Sept. 12, 2017  - Callinex Mines Inc. (the "Company" or "Callinex") (TSX-V: CNX; OTCQX: CLLXF) is pleased to announce results from four drill holes completed at the Company's 100% owned Nash Creek Project located within the Bathurst Mining District of New Brunswick (See Figures 1 and 2). Hole NC17-245 was drilled approximately 20m from historic drill hole NC79-06 that had only one 1.3m sample taken which assayed 2.2% Zn and 0.4% Pb (See Figure 3). The drill hole was completed to test the theory that historic drilling may have intersected unidentified mineralization due to inadequate sampling based on visual observations (See Figure 4). Drill hole NC17-245 was collared into mineralization and the first 19 samples all intersected above 2.5% zinc equivalent mineralization ("Zn Eq.") resulting in an 18.7m intersection grading 5.8% Zn Eq. (4.6% Zn, 0.7% Pb and 23.1 g/t Ag) beginning at 10m depth including a higher grade interval of 5.0m of 8.9% Zn Eq. (7.2% Zn, 1.2% Pb and 31.4 g/t Ag) (See Table 1).
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Callinex Intersects 9.0m of 5.2% Zinc Equivalent Mineralization at 11m Depth Located 350m North of the Nash Creek Deposit in New Brunswick

Drill hole NC17-226 intersected 9.0m of 5.2% Zn Eq. including 2.4m of 12.6% Zn Eq. within 20m of surface and located 350m north of the Nash Creek Deposit; 
Drill hole NC17-224 intersected 14.8m of 3.6% Zn Eq. including 2.7m of 6.9% Zn Eq. and 2.4m of 5.6% Zn Eq. within 100m of surface and located 250m northeast of the Nash Creek Deposit; and
An additional ten holes were drilled within a 450m long by 200m wide target area to the north of the Nash Creek Deposit.
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Camino Intersects 106 Meters Averaging 1.30% Copper at Los Chapitos Project

VANCOUVER, April 18, 2017 - Camino Minerals Corporation ("Camino" or the "Company") (COR: TSX-V) is pleased to report results for the first two drill holes completed at its Los Chapitos Project ("Chapitos"), located in southern Peru.  These first two holes have confirmed the down dip extension of the Adriana Zone surface oxide mineralization, with one hole intersecting a zone of high-grade sulphide mineralization at depth.  The Adriana Zone is one of five known zones located along the northeastern trend of Chapitos. 
Selected drill highlights from the first two drill holes at the Adriana Zone include:
Hole CHR-002 intersected 1.30% copper over 106 meters (with the hole ending in mineralization), including 2.12% copper over 38 meters; and
Hole CHR-001 intersected 0.47% copper over 76 meters, including 0.67% copper over 22 meters.
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Tinka Resources drills 51.9 m of 10.1% Zn at Ayawilca

Dr. Graham Carman reports
Tinka Resources Ltd. has released new results from drill holes A17-056 and A17-057, the first two holes of the 10,000-metre 2017 drill program at Ayawilca, Peru, and the first holes to be drilled at South Ayawilca. Both holes were drilled from the same platform, approximately 400 metres from the existing zinc mineral resource. Two zones of significant zinc mineralization were intersected in both holes, associated with gently dipping massive to semi-massive sulphide replacements of carbonate and clastic sediments. Mineralization is open in all directions. Zinc mineralization is all sulphide (sphalerite, marmatite) accompanied by minor galena and iron sulphides.
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Macarthur arranges up to $200M (Australian) financing

Mr. David Taplin reports
Macarthur Minerals Ltd. has entered into a non-exclusive mandate with the Tulshyan Group to raise up to $200-million (Australian) with an initial tranche of $50-million (Australian) to develop the company's Ularring hematite iron ore project located in Western Australia.
The Tulshyan Group made a strategic investment in the Company in January this year. The Tulshyan Group, based in Singapore, is one of the largest recyclers of scrap steel in the world, has a significant shipping business with a fleet of over 30 ships and is expanding its commercial aircraft leasing business. The Tulshyan Group has significant experience in sales, marketing of steel and iron ore and access to capital for potential development of the Company's Western Australian iron ore projects.
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