METANOR INTERSECTS 7.5 g/t OVER 15.2 METERS AT BACHELOR MINE

August 20, 2015 – Val-d’Or, Quebec, Canada: Metanor Resources Inc. (“Metanor”) (TSXV: MTO) is pleased to present an update of the underground exploration activity at Bachelor Mine.  The drill located on level 6 has intersected 7.5 g/t over 15.2 meters.  The drill hole intersected the vein 8-H-14 between level 6 and level 8.

The results are in the table below:

Hole N°

From (m)

To (m)

length (m)*

Au grade capped (g/t)

Zone

6-132

99.6

103.7

4.1

4.1

8-H-14

6-136

81.2

89.8

8.6

5.5

8-H-14

96.1

104.4

8.3

2.6

8-H-14

Including

96.1

98.0

1.9

5.6

8-H-14

6-137

94.1

98.8

4.8

5.4

8-H-14

6-138

103.9

111.3

7.4

6.0

8-H-14

6-156

114.4

129.6

15.2

7.5

8-H-14

6-159

121.7

122.6

0.9

6.4

8-H-14

6-186

98.1

99.6

1.5

2.0

8-H-14

*Core length

The hole 6-156 confirms the extension of the wide zone below level 8 (See the longitudinal section for the holes location).  The development activities are presently within 85 meters from the 8-H-14 sector.  In addition, a diamond drill bay is planned on level 8 to drill below toward levels 10 and 12.

The development activities reached the mineralized zone in the 8-H-10 sector.  Based on the drill results, the access was planned at the east end of the block.  The excavation demonstrated that the vein is continuing to the east further than anticipated.  The grade to date is 13.9 g/t over a length of 14 meters.  The average width of the ore is 2.2 meters.  The vein remains open to the east.  Additional drillings are planned to the east to verify the extension.

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