METANOR INTERSECTS 11.9 g/t Au OVER 11.85 METERS AT BACHELOR MINE

July 29, 2015 – Val-d’Or, Quebec, Canada: Metanor Resources Inc. (“Metanor”) (TSXV: MTO) is pleased to provide this update of the exploration activities at the Bachelor Mine.  The drill located on level 6 has intersected 11.9 g/t of gold over 11.85 meters.  The drill holes intersected the veins between levels 6 and 8.  The results are in the table below:

Hole N°

From (m)

To (m)

length (m)*

Au grade capped (g/t)

Zone

6-130

145.57

147.07

1.5

8.68

8-H-14

6-131

157.86

158.19

0.33

7.33

8-H-14

6-133

111.5

114.3

2.8

7.86

8-H-14

6-134

146.9

150.9

4

1.87

8-H-14

6-147

114.36

126.21

11.85

11.9

8-H-14

6-148

119.55

120.7

1.15

4.3

8-H-14 Zone B

127.47

129.62

2.15

3.98

8-H-14 Zone A

6-149

109.6

110.65

1.05

5.2

8-H-14

6-150

121.1

123.8

2.7

7.21

8-H-14

6-152

129.55

134.1

4.55

8.4

8-H-14

*Core length

These new results indicate the existence of two distinct veins located near each other.  The A zone is dipping near 55 degrees, and the B zone is dipping near 90 degrees.  The results also confirm a larger enrichment at the contact of the 2 veins in the 8-H-14 zone.  (See the longitudinal section for the holes location).  A second drill on level 6 targeted the area above the level and the results will be published as they become available.

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