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      Group 11 Acquires First Precious Metals Test Projects

      Launches Work to Demonstrate Commercial in-Place Mining For Distribution in the US OnlyDALLAS, Oct. 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Group 11 Technologies Inc., (“Group 11”) a US-based private company committed to testing and implementing environmentally responsible, commercially viable, in-place recovery of precious and other metals (“In Place Mining” or “IPM”), announced today it has successfully acquired four gold projects in Nevada and New Mexico (“the Projects”) for initial testing of its proprietary IPM technology. Together they represent a cross-section of potential applications of Group 11 IPM technologies, providing an opportunity to test diverse parameters for the application of IPM.The projects have previously identified mineralization through drilling and sampling and represent a cross-section of potential applications of Group 11 IPM technologies.  These projects provide an opportunity to test diverse parameters to consider their potential for IPM.  Full data sets have been collected for each project and are being evaluated by Group 11’s technical team.  Various factors including rock type, geologic setting, mineralogy, and water table levels are considered in project selection, criteria and initial test design work. Initial controlled lab testing of samples is to begin in the near future in advance of field testing. All projects are located in established US mining jurisdictions with excellent, all year access.“The projects we have selected represent valuable precious metal opportunities which, for various reasons, have not advanced beyond exploration,” said Janet Lee-Sheriff, President. “Previous work has provided sufficient technical information to allow for design and testing of a variety of geologic settings and types of mineralization to determine the suitability of our technology for IPM recovery of gold and other metals. We are excited to begin this work and develop our thesis that IPM can revolutionize the mining industry.”Lantern Project, Pershing County, Nevada The Lantern project contains several types of gold and silver mineralization in a number of geological settings and is considered the most promising test project due to previous advanced exploration by several companies including Santa Fe Mining, Lac Minerals and Quincy Gold.The geological setting is complex and includes gold and silver mineralization occurring as disseminations in lake sediments, volcanic fanglomerates, and quartz veins and stockworks in volcanic rocks. These settings offer a wide spectrum of deposit types to be tested for their amenability to Group 11’s IPM technology. In addition, both low-grade and high-grade mineralization and a variety of minerals including gold, silver, electrum and silver sulfosalts, sulfide, and selenides occur, furthering the range of possible testing parameters.Historic drilling encountered gold and silver in several settings including: * 13.72 m of 0.618 g/t gold from surface; and * 6.09 m of 202.4 g/t silver from a depth of 25.91 m; and * 21.33 m of 205.0 g/t silver from a depth of 56.39 m; and * 13.72 m of 1.01 g/t gold from a depth of 149.35 mClayton Ridge Project, Esmeralda County, Nevada The Clayton Ridge Project will be among the first mineralized projects tested by Group 11 as the style and type of near surface mineralization, with relatively simple geology, facilitates easy site access and bulk sampling. Mineralization includes precious metals occurring in quartz veins and stockworks veining hosted by moderately to strongly silicified sediments. In 1990 Billiton Minerals USA, Inc. mapped, grid sampled, trench sampled, and drilled 19 holes on the Clayton Ridge Project.Significant intercepts from three of these holes include: * 3.05 m of 2.12 g/t gold from 6.1 m * 1.62 m of 1.03 g/t gold from 3.05 m and 3.05 m of 3.97 g/t gold from 10.67 m * 3.05 m of 4.38 g/t gold from 10.67 m Liberty Springs Project, Nye County, Nevada The Liberty Springs project offers a wide array of parameters including outcropping mineralization. The geological setting includes gold and silver mineralization as disseminations, stockworks and veins hosted in metavolcanics, metasediments, and volcanics. Pegasus Gold drilled approximately 1,600 m, the only drilling on the project, with 14 of 19 holes containing significant gold and/or silver mineralization.Significant drill intercepts from three of these holes include: * 16.76 m of 0.615 g/t from 1.62 m * 9.14 m of 0.752 g/t gold from 88.39 m * 21.34 m of 0.513 g/t gold from 3.05 m Questa Blanca Project, Sierra County, New Mexico Unique geologic settings and modes of precious metals and uranium mineralization make the Questa Blanca Project an intriguing test for Group 11’s IPM testing. Gold and silver mineralization occur in fault breccias in volcanoclastic rocks adjacent to intrusive rock that contains disseminated gold and silver associated with pyrite.Previous owners have completed several drill holes on the project with significant intercepts including: * 6.1 m of 1.13 g/t gold from 6.1 m * 42.67 m of 0.245 g/t gold and 12.64 g/t silver from 102.1 mThe Option Agreement Group 11 has entered into agreement with Nevada Select Royalty Inc. to acquire a 100% interest in the Properties for total payments of $240,000 as follows:                       (a)US$24,000 cash at Closing (paid); (b)US$24,000 on the 1st anniversary of Closing;  (c) US$24,000 on the 2nd anniversary of Closing; and  (d)A final payment US$168,000 on the 3rd anniversary of Closing. Nevada Select Royalty Inc. retains a 2% Net Smelter Royalty on each property. A one (1) mile area of interest applies to the acquisition of surrounding claims.Background on Group 11 Technology for Non-Invasive Metal Extraction IPM is perhaps best known from uranium and copper in-situ operations. In-situ recovery (ISR) is a type of IPM and is a non-invasive extraction method that has transformed the uranium industry. ISR uranium extraction uses oxygenated water based solutions that are circulated underground, dissolving the targeted metals, and then returned to surface for processing and recovery. ISR’s unparalleled environmental advantage includes no open pits or underground mining, no tailings or large waste dumps and no discharge of noxious chemicals at surface. It is a low-impact, low capital cost mining method. As for remediation and rehabilitation requirements, ISR delivers substantially reduced mine-closure time and costs compared to conventional practices. In addition, energy requirements, water usage and the environmental footprint of mining projects are significantly reduced by ISR technology.  The Group 11 Team Non-invasive extraction of minerals has been successfully implemented in the mining sector with many innovators and patent holders now working at enCore Energy Corp., one of the Group 11 partners. These innovators pioneered ISR which has been successfully utilized to recover metals including uranium and copper using liquid solutions. Group 11 is committed to the development and application of ISR extraction for gold and other metals using EnviroLeach Technology Inc., patented environmentally friendly process along with enCore’s expertise in ISR extraction. This combination of expertise will advance a business model that has potential to disrupt the conventional mining industry.Each Group 11 partner brings a vital skill set to address these challenges and create a unique business opportunity. Group 11 is backed by a top tier staff of scientists and engineers; an extraordinary data set; independent technical validations; strategic relationships; over $20 million in research and development and commercially proven processes and technologies.About Group 11 Technologies Inc. (‘Group 11’) The future of metals extraction is a serious challenge as the mining industry must address mounting concerns over its environmental and carbon footprint, energy consumption, operational safety and its impact on water use and water quality while responding to an ever-increasing need for metals in our daily lives.Group 11 is a private US-based company committed to the development and application of environmentally and socially responsible precious metals mineral extraction through IPM. The combination of non-invasive extraction technology and environmentally friendly processes to recover gold and other metals provides a possible alternative to conventional open pit and underground mineral extraction. The goal of advancing sustainable extraction considers growing concerns surrounding water use and discharge, carbon footprint, energy consumption, community stakeholders and workplace safety while addressing a growing global need for metals in our daily lives. Group 11 is owned by Enviroleach Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: EVLLF) (CSE: ETI), Encore Energy Corp. (OTCQB: ENCUF) (TSXV: EU) and Golden Predator Mining Corp. (OTCQB:NTGSF) (TSXV:GPY).Group 11 is a group of elements in the periodic table, also known as the coinage metals, consisting of gold (Au), silver (Ag) and copper (Cu). For additional information:         Group 11 Technologies Inc. Janet Sheriff, President 970-844-6888 info@gr11tech.com www.gr11tech.comCautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements This news release includes certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of applicable securities laws including transactions and other properties, and the potential advancement thereof. Forward- looking statements are statements that relate to future, not past, events. In this context, forward- looking statements often address expected future business and financial performance, and often contain words such as "anticipate", "believe", "plan", "estimate", "expect", and "intend", statements that an action or event "may", "might", "could", "should", or "will" be taken or occur, or other similar expressions. Estimates of mineral resources and reserves are also forward looking statements because they constitute projections regarding the amount of minerals that may be encountered in the future. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included herein including, without limitation; statements about the terms and completion of the transaction are forward-looking statements. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are made based on management's beliefs, estimates and opinions on the date that statements are made and the respective companies undertakes no obligation to update forward-looking statements if these beliefs, estimates and opinions or other circumstances should change, except as required by applicable securities laws. Investors are cautioned against attributing undue certainty to forward-looking statements.

    • Golden Predator & the Yukon Mint™ Announce 2020 Coin Design
      GlobeNewswire

      Golden Predator & the Yukon Mint™ Announce 2020 Coin Design

      The Wealth That Is Our Children Artist: Brian WalkerVANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct. 07, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX.V:GPY, OTCQX:NTGSF) (the “Company”) proudly announces, as part of the Company’s efforts to engage all aspects of its community stakeholders in its operations in the Yukon, the 2020 gold and silver coin designs from its wholly-owned subsidiary, the Yukon Mint™. Yukon artist, Brian Walker, with his original artwork, proudly serving as the cauldron for the 2020 Arctic Winter Games, will be displayed on the coins to celebrate the Arctic Winter Games. The Yukon Mint™ is also releasing its first silver coin which will also display the logo of the Arctic Winter Games.A photo of the original artwork can be seen at: http://www.yukonmint.com/_resources/cauldron-medium.jpg (photo credit: Archbould Photography)“It was with great sadness that we all learned the 2020 Arctic Winter Games was cancelled due to the global pandemic of COVID-19. While we all came to terms with the gravity of managing the pandemic, it was still heart-breaking to the participants, volunteers and communities across the North,” said Yukon Mint President, Janet Lee-Sheriff. “It is important to honour the legacy of the Arctic Winter Games and the 2020 gold and silver coins are our way of keeping the spirit of the Games alive in our hearts and memories forever. We have greatly enjoyed working with Brian Walker and the Arctic Winter Games International Committee to collectively honour the 2020 Games with the release of the silver and gold coins which leave a positive legacy of both the importance of sports and art to the youth across the North.”“I submitted my cauldron concept, to host the flame of the Arctic Winter Games, and it was a blessing to have my artwork selected. While the Games had to be cancelled, the Yukon Mint coin will allow people to keep the flame and the legacy alive,” added artist Brian Walker. “I was very fortunate to have my son and artist, Justin, collaborate with me on the piece highlighting the meaning of the cauldron, to celebrate that our children are our wealth.”‘The Wealth That is Our Children’ is an original metalwork art piece commissioned by the 2020 Artic Winter Games Host Society to serve as the flame and the centerpiece of the opening ceremony and Arctic Winter Games. The design features four tináa, the Tlingit word for copper shield, and a representation of wealth, to protect the flame. The inspiration for the tináa came from children, the wealth is not about money or power, it is the wealth of our children and their development. The cauldron is multi-dimension allowing you to see the inside and is a whole representation of the human child because it has an outer and an inner light. The four directions of the shield represent all the directions of the territories represented at the Arctic Winter Games.About the Arctic Winter Games: The Winter Arctic Games is an international biennial celebration of sports and culture for the circumpolar north. Founded in 1969 under the leadership of Governor Walter J. Hickel of Alaska, Stuart M. Hodgson, Commissioner of the Northwest Territories, and Yukon Commissioner James Smith. The Games provide a forum where athletes from the circumpolar North meet and compete and where cultural delegations share their talent in the North. Participants come together from Alaska, Greenland, Yukon Nunavut, Nunavik, Northern Alberta, Northwest Territories, Sami people (Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia) and Yamal, Russia. The Arctic Winter Games promote an atmosphere of social interaction that strengthens cultural awareness and understanding, increases community pride, enhances self-esteem and promotes volunteerism.The 2020 limited edition gold and silver coins will be available in one-ounce coins and a 1/10 ounce gold coin. The Yukon Mint™ is now accepting pre-orders which can be placed at www.yukonmint.com. Images of the coin design will be available on the Yukon Mint website. A portion of the coin sales will be paid to the Arctic Winter Games International Committee for use in continuing their work with the Arctic Winter Games and their efforts to support the youth of the circumpolar north in their endeavors, both sport and cultural. For information on the Arctic Winter Games International Committee, please go to www.arcticwintergames.org.The Yukon Mint and Golden Predator thanks Moira Lassen, General Manager of the Whitehorse Host Society. Her assistance and guidance made the 2020 Yukon Mint coin project a reality and we greatly appreciate and admire her commitment to sports and cultural development in the Yukon.About the Yukon Mint™ – The story of Yukon gold coins starts with the Yukon Mint™. The Yukon Mint™ is focused on creating coins that represent the Yukon in almost every aspect, from raw material to design works to ensure local communities benefit from Northern mining and exploration projects. The Yukon Mint is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Golden Predator Mining Corp.About Golden Predator Mining Corp. Golden Predator is advancing the past-producing Brewery Creek Mine towards a timely resumption of mining activities, under its Quartz Mining and Water Licenses, in Canada’s Yukon. With established resources grading over 1.0 g/t Gold the Company is completing a Bankable Feasibility Study for the restart of heap leach operations. The Brewery Creek Mine project operates with a Socio Economic Accord with the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation.For additional information: Janet Lee-Sheriff Chief Executive Officer (604) 260-8435 info@goldenpredator.com www.goldenpredator.comNeither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. No stock exchange, securities commission or other regulatory authority has approved or disapproved the information contained herein. This press release contains forward-looking information that involve various risks and uncertainties regarding future events. Such forward-looking information can include without limitation statements based on current expectations that the Brewery Creek will advance to an early production decision, or the extent of any additional mineral resource that could result from incorporating 2019 exploration drilling. Actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. These and all subsequent written and oral forward-looking information are based on estimates and opinions of management on the dates they are made and are expressly qualified in their entirety by this notice. Except as required by law, the Company assumes no obligation to update forward-looking information should circumstances or management’s estimates or opinions change.Brian Walker – Artist Biography Brian’s artistic interest sparked in 1958 when he visited Bill Reid, the acclaimed Haida artist, when he began his first large commission for the University of British Columbia, Over the course of two years and one full summer he was given basic instruction in carving and learning the traditions and meaning behind historic and contemporary work. Since that time, but more so beginning in 1989 he continued taking instruction from well-known artists including Dempsey Bob, Keith Wolfe Smarch and Philip Janze.In 1992 he participated in the opening exhibit at the Yukon Arts Centre with “Copper Stories” which was a bronze and cedar piece. The piece is now in the front lobby of the YAC. He also created a large carved canoe bowl, now on display in Bella Bella, British Columbia. At that time, he became interested in copper as an artistic material because of its ancient connection with Yukon history.In 1998 he was commissioned to create “Where Legends Meet” which was a large 8'x13' bronze, copper and steel sculpture which is now displayed at the Beringia Centre. This piece was in collaboration with Mark Porter and it brought together two First Nation mythical themes.Brian continues to create regalia pieces for First Nations ceremonial and performance uses. In 2010 the Yukon Permanent Art Collection acquired my copper bowl, “Directions”. In 2013 and 2014 he conducted a series of intensive workshops in copper work for the Northern Cultural Expressions Society’s carving students.In 2014 he participated in the “Journey’s” project at the Adaka Cultural Festival and the ongoing exhibitions at Kwanlin Dun Cultural Centre.In May 2016 his work was shown at the Inuit Art Gallery in Vancouver in an exhibition titled “Brian Walker: Copper Stories”. From this exhibition, a number of pieces were acquired by collections through Canada and USA. Most noteworthy, was the purchase by the Government of Canada of “Children of the Sun” for the Canadian Embassy in Brussels, Belgium.Throughout the summer of 2019 Brian and his wife Ann Smith presented a well-received exhibition of weavings and copper work entitled “Echo of the Spirit Voice” at the Yukon Arts Centre Gallery. Between July and August 2019 he was invited to participate in “Continuum”, a 40-year retrospective and current work of many respected Indigenous artists who have shown work at the Inuit Gallery.In the fall of 2019 and into 2020 he worked with his son Justin Smith on the cauldron for the Arctic Winter Games. Brian continues to exhibit at the Inuit Gallery and his work can be seen at http://www.inuit.comFor more information on Brian Walker please view: https://journeystoadaka.com/index.php/stories/detail/copper-artist-brian-walker?fbclid=IwAR3w7ADXyT6GCFLH5RbUp-VxtqfHwYmjpfs7GNeUFvdYRnZPVQl15LLx2EgJustin Smith – Artist Biography Justin was inspired by his parents Brian Walker and Ann Smith; both of whom are greatly recognized within the Yukon community. Justin embraced First Nation Art, which eventually led him to study at the Institute of American Indian Art in New Mexico. In 2004 Justin joined Northern Culture Expressions Society’s carving program giving him the opportunity to work in a team-based environment where he continued to learn and advance his skills. It allowed him to update his portfolio that consists of staffs, panels, masks, walking staffs, bentwood boxes, original designs, drawing and much more. Justin’s notable accomplishments include: the completion of Healing Totem Pole guided by Carver Wayne Price, Chief Shakes Clan House in Wrangell Alaska and the Dugout Canoe Project that was gifted to the Kwanlin Dun First Nation. As a citizen of Kwanlin Dun First Nation, Justin Smith is proud to continue his family tradition as an accomplished First Nation artist. “I want to reconnect with nature and find a way to live in harmony, to help others and myself.” – Justin SmithA photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/3f090c7c-8d3c-480a-adf6-21f0564952af

    • GlobeNewswire

      Golden Predator Commences 2020 Drill Program at Brewery Creek Mine, Yukon

      Exploration drilling of newly expanded porphyry-style targets and in-fill drilling along the Reserve TrendVANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX.V:GPY, OTCQX:NTGSF) (the “Company”) today announces the start of its 2020 drill program at its licensed 100%-owned Brewery Creek mine project ‎located approximately 55 km by road from Dawson City, Yukon. The drill program, now underway, will consist of more than 3,000 m of exploration drilling including: * Wide spaced exploration drilling on new large intrusive porphyry system. Two gold zones--the Classic and Lonestar Zones—have been identified by outcrop, geophysics, surface sampling and previous drilling which was limited to road access along the western margin. This intrusive has a surface expression in excess of 20km2. Initial column leach tests have indicated that this intrusive-hosted mineralization is leachable to at least 200 m in depth. * In-fill drilling within a 400 m gap between the Lucky resource area and the Keg resource to increase the density of 2019 drilling, confirm continuity of mineralization between the two deposits and increase resources. The goal is to incorporate the Lucky resource into the much larger Keg pit shell for mine planning now in progress as a part of the Brewery Creek Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS).Brewery Creek maps and a 3D video of resource areas can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B29GzHd-3kA and https://www.goldenpredator.com/_resources/news/GPY-NR20-26-Brewery-Creek-2020-Drilling-Commences-Maps.pdf 2020 Exploration Drilling of New Large-Scale Targets – Classic and Lonestar ZoneThe drill program, in newly defined extensions of the Classic/Lonestar porphyry-style intrusive, consists of step-outs approximately 1 km or more from existing drilling at the Classic and Lonestar areas. These holes will be targeted based on 2019 surface sampling and earlier geophysical studies.The Classic Zone is a near surface bulk tonnage target that lies approximately 3 km south of the Brewery Creek Reserve Trend. Together with the more recently discovered Lonestar zone, the Classic Zone demonstrates the discovery potential of the entire southern portion of the large Brewery Creek Property where a large syenite intrusion hosts gold mineralization primarily in sheeted quartz/carbonate/pyrite veins and as fine-grained disseminations. Initial column leach tests have indicated that this intrusive hosted mineralization is leachable to at least a 200m depth. This mineralization is clearly a separate younger mineralizing event not associated with the quartz monzonite thrust-hosted mineralization historically exploited in the Reserve Trend which is the subject of the ongoing BFS.Significant Classic Zone intercepts from previous drilling include: * 30.5 m of 0.84 g/t gold from a depth of 35.1 m; * 41.2 m of 1.04 g/t gold from a depth of 131.1 m including 3.1 m of 4.25 g/t gold; * 33.5 m of 0.95 g/t gold from a depth of 99.1 m including 6.1 m of 3.20 g/t gold; * 200.0 m of 0.38 g/t gold from surface including 10.0 m of 1.10 g/t gold and 38.0 m of 0.90 g/t gold and 19.8 m of 0.71 g/t gold from a depth of 260.6 m; * 148.0 m of 0.32 g/t gold from a depth of 2.0 m; and * 134.0 m of 0.34 g/t gold from surface, including 22.0 m of 0.80 g/t goldThe Lonestar mineralized area lies southeast of, and adjacent to, the Classic Zone.  Three styles of mineralization occur at Lonestar; gold in skarns, disseminated gold in intrusive rocks, and gold-bearing sheeted quartz veins. Significant intercepts from previous drilling include: * 32.0 m of 0.81 g/t gold from a depth of 172.2 m; * 10.7 m of 1.14 g/t gold from a depth of 25.9 m, and 21.3 m of 2.24 g/t gold from 166.1 m; * 27.4 m of 1.24 g/t gold from a depth of 1.5 m; and * 93.0 m of 0.27 g/t gold from the surface.“We are excited to be exploring these new targets which have the potential to make large additions to our mineral inventory very rapidly. Based on our knowledge of the Classic and Lonestar zones, this porphyry-style system has the advantages of near-surface expression and extensive oxidation when compared to many similar targets attracting attention in the Golden Triangle of BC,” said Golden Predator President Janet Lee-Sheriff.Keg and Lucky Pitshells – In-Fill DrillingGolden Predator’s successful 2019 program established continuity of mineralization within the licensed Reserve Trend between the eastern edge of the Keg pitshell (formerly the Canadian-Fosters-Kokanee-Golden pits) east to the Lucky pit. We now plan to complete this work with approximately 25 reverse circulation drill holes designed to bring the Lucky pit into the Keg pit. The recent Mineral Resource Estimate Report recommended additional in-fill drilling in this area as a priority item to expand the eastern margin of the Keg pit another 1,000 m along strike to encompass both the gap area and the Lucky resource area. These holes are currently underway to incorporate into the BFS.Metallurgical DrillingIn addition, approximately 700 m of large diameter (PQ) core drilling will be conducted to obtain samples for further metallurgical testing at the Keg (Canadian-Fosters-Kokanee-Golden) and Lucky zones. The core samples will be used to conduct additional column leach tests at a coarser crush size of approximately ¾” versus previous test work conducted at 3/8” crush size ) at Kokanee, Golden and Lucky. These column tests are being conducted to confirm the recent results of column leach tests run at various crush sizes on material from the historic heap leach pad where the data showed slightly better recoveries of gold in solution for the coarser ¾” crush size. These tests will also be included in the BFS currently underway.Both phases of the program commenced on September 22 and are expected to be completed by the end of October.Brewery Creek Mine: Resources12020 Brewery Creek Mineral Resource Estimate(1) LeachableTonnesg/tGold Oz. Indicated22,200,0001.11789,000 Inferred16,800,0000.92497,000      SulphideTonnesg/tGold Oz. Inferred30,600,0000.84828,000 Materials on the heap leach pad were not included in the resource update. Mineral Resources estimates conducted within a pit shell developed at $2000/oz gold with an internal cut-off grade calculated at $1500/oz gold was used to report mineral resource inventoriesThe resource estimate is based on a recovery model created from assay data, bottle and column leach test work and historic recovery analysis instead of a less accurate visual oxide-sulfide boundary developed from geologist drill logs. Sedimentary and intrusive rocks, which have distinct metallurgical characteristics, were estimated separately based on gold-grade distribution analysis.The current 2020 Mineral Resources Estimate supersedes the 2019 Mineral Resource Estimate. A supporting NI 43-101 Technical Report will be filed on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.‎ The Company intends to host a conference call with a Q&A session upon public filing of the Report.Brewery Creek Mine Work PlanThe Brewery Creek Mine is a licensed brownfields heap leach gold mine that was operated by Viceroy Minerals Corporation from 1996 to 2002. Brewery Creek is authorized to restart mining activities as defined within the Quartz Mining License and Water License. The Company intends to resume mining and processing of licensed deposits when supported by an independent study that outlines technical and economic viability. The 180 km2 property is located 55 km east of Dawson City and is accessible year-round by paved and improved gravel roads. Significant infrastructure remains in place, allowing for a timely restart schedule under existing operating licenses.A Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) is being conducted by Kappes Cassiday & Associates of Reno, Nevada which will include a multi-year mine plan for the advancement of the Brewery Creek project.   The BFS will include an inventory of the mineralized material remaining on the heap and mine planning (completed by Tetra Tech Inc of Golden, Colorado) for the resumption of the mining of material from leachable resources contained within the licensed area and reported in the Company’s Mineral Resource Estimate. The BFS will include all the key parameters involved in reconstructing or adding necessary infrastructure including a crushing facility, the Adsorption-Desorption-Recovery (“ADR”) plant and assay lab and an implementation schedule, sourcing, and economic cash flow model sufficiently detailed to move directly into procurement, development and construction if economically warranted. Any production decisions would be dependent on the outcome of a study demonstrating positive technical and economic viability.The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved by Michael Maslowski, CPG, a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and is employed by the Company as its Chief Operating Officer.About Golden Predator Mining Corp.Golden Predator is advancing the past-producing Brewery Creek Mine towards a timely resumption of mining activities, under its Quartz Mining and Water Licenses, in Canada’s Yukon. With established resources grading over 1.0 g/t Gold the Company is completing a Bankable Feasibility Study for the restart of heap leach operations. The Brewery Creek Mine project operates with a Socio Economic Accord with the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in First Nation.For additional information: Janet Lee-Sheriff Chief Executive Officer (604) 260-8435 info@goldenpredator.com   www.goldenpredator.com Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. No stock exchange, securities commission or other regulatory authority has approved or disapproved the information contained herein. This press release contains forward-looking information that involve various risks and uncertainties regarding future events. Such forward-looking information can include without limitation statements based on current expectations that the Brewery Creek will advance to an early production decision, or the extent of any additional mineral resource that could result from incorporating 2019 exploration drilling. Actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. These and all subsequent written and oral forward-looking information are based on estimates and opinions of management on the dates they are made and are expressly qualified in their entirety by this notice. Except as required by law, the Company assumes no obligation to update forward-looking information should circumstances or management's estimates or opinions change. 1. The 2020 Mineral Resource Estimate was conducted in accordance with CIM guidelines and is reported in a NI 43-101 Technical Report which will be filed on SEDAR and the Company’s website within 45 days.