Lucara Makes Diamond History; Recovers 1,111 Carat Diamond

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--( Nov 18, 2015) - Lucara Diamond Corp. (LUC.TO)(LUC.TO)(NASDAQ OMX Stockholm:LUC) ("Lucara" or the "Company"), the high quality diamond producer with assets in Botswana, is pleased to announce the recovery of a 1,111 carat gem quality, Type IIa diamond. Please see attached photos.

The magnificent stone, which originated from the south lobe of Lucara's Karowe Mine, is the world's second largest gem quality diamond ever recovered and the largest ever to be recovered through a modern processing facility. The stone was recovered by the newly installed Large Diamond Recovery ("LDR") XRT machines. The stone measures 65mm x 56mm x 40mm in size and is the largest ever to be recovered in Botswana.

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Kennady Diamonds Updates Kennady North Drilling

  • 127 meters of kimberlite intercepted at Kelvin North
  • 30 meters of kimberlite intercepted at Faraday 2
  • Kelvin – Faraday tonnage guidance increased to 13 - 16 million tonnes

TORONTO, Oct. 28, 2015 - Kennady Diamonds Inc. ("Kennady Diamonds", the "Company") (TSX-V:KDI.V ) is pleased to announce further drill results from the 100 percent controlled Kennady North diamond project located in Canada's Northwest Territories. The focus of drilling was to:

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Kennady Diamonds Announces Kelvin Bulk Sample Diamond Recovery Results

Sample grade 2.02 carats per tonne
Largest diamonds recovered: 4.42 carats, 3.95 carats, 2.79 carats

TORONTO, Aug. 26, 2015 Kennady Diamonds Inc. ("Kennady Diamonds", the "Company") (TSX-V:KDI.V ) is pleased to announce the diamond recovery results from the Kelvin 2015 bulk sample. The 443 tonne bulk sample was recovered by large diameter reverse circulation drilling at the southeast lobe of the Kelvin kimberlite and was processed by dense media separation at the Geoanalytical Laboratories Diamond Services of the Saskatchewan Research Council ("SRC"), which is accredited to the ISO/IEC 17025 standard by the Standards Council of Canada as a testing laboratory for diamond analysis.

Kennady Diamonds CEO Patrick Evans commented: "We are very pleased with the excellent results of the Kelvin bulk sample, which are the culmination of three years of drilling and sampling at Kelvin. The results confirm that the Kelvin kimberlite has the potential to host a high-grade diamond resource."

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Mountain Province's Gahcho Kué Diamond Mine 62 percent Complete

TORONTO and NEW YORK, July 7, 2015  - Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. ("Mountain Province", the "Company") (TSX: MPV, NASDAQ: MDM) is pleased to announce that development of the Gahcho Kué diamond mine is progressing according to plan and budget with the overall project approximately 62 percent complete at the end of May, 2015. Key areas of focus are continued dewatering to expose the kimberlites, the placement of concrete foundations and the erection of steel superstructures of the major facilities.  A key milestone is to ensure that the process plant building is enclosed by October 2015.

Patrick Evans, Mountain Province President and CEO, commented: "We're on track for first production in H2 2016 and are currently making arrangements to be in a position to receive and sell our 49 percent share of diamond production. These arrangements are expected to be in place by the end of 2015."

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Kennady Diamonds Intersects 73 meters of Kimberlite at Faraday 2

TORONTO, May 19, 2015 - Kennady Diamonds Inc. ("Kennady Diamonds", the "Company") (TSX-V:KDI.V ) is pleased to announce the latest drill results from the 100 percent-controlled Kennady North diamond project located in Canada's Northwest Territories.

Kennady Diamonds CEO Patrick Evans commented: "We are very satisfied with the results of our two-month spring drill program at Faraday 1 and 2 which has successfully delineated two new pipe-like kimberlites at Kennady North. Based on these results we have increased our tonnage target for the Kelvin – Faraday kimberlite corridor, which we now estimate has the potential to host between 12 million and 15 million tonnes."

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