METANOR INTERSECTS 6.82 g/t OVER 8.7 METERS AT BACHELOR MINE

July 2, 2015 – Val-d’Or, Quebec, Canada: Metanor Resources Inc. (“Metanor”) (TSXV: MTO) is pleased to present an update of the exploration activity at Bachelor Mine.  The drill located on level 6 has intersected 6.82 g/t over 8.7 meters.  The 2 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

6-141

119.33

123.52

4.2

9.23

8-H-14, B Zone

145.21

146.91

1.7

4.43

8-H-14, A Zone

6-145

118.57

120.80

2.2

8.02

8-H-14, B Zone

124.14

132.85

8.7

6.82

8-H-14, A Zone

*Core length

These new results demonstrate 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 continue to expand the dimension of the 8-H-14 (See the longitudinal section for the holes location).  The 2 drills on level 6 continue their exploration activities and results will be published as they become available.

On the surface, a fifth drill began its exploration activities on July 1st.  The goal of this surface campaign is to follow-up with the geophysical work completed in the fall 2014 on properties surrounding the Bachelor camp that generated targets to drill.  The first targeted area is a property east of the mine.