Press Releases 2014

Mistango Drill Testing Historic VMS-Type Targets In Sackville Township, Ontario

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Kirkland Lake, Ontario: Mistango River Resources (CSE: MIS, the “Company”) reports that the Company will drill test several identified targets derived from data compilation to historic (airborne and ground geophysical surveys, “Input VTEM / IP / HLEM / Magnetic”, geological mapping, trenching, soil sampling) and more recently completed mechanical work (backhoe trenching) and IP geophysical surveying at its 100%-owned Sackville Property located approximately 50 kilometers west of Thunder Bay, Ontario.

The Sackville project has been of high interest to the Company over a number of years with several exploration programs being completed attempting to ultimately discover the in-situ source of historic large high-grade polymetallic boulder-train located on the property. The three largest being approximately 3 tonnes (“Stares”), 10 tonnes (“Boomer”) and 15 tonnes (“Calvert”), discovered over a distance of approximately 1.8 kilometres and all being generally aligned in a north to south orientation consistent with ice flow direction. Historical and typical grades for the Stares Boulder: 12% Zn, 0.6% Cu, 4.4% Pb, 359 g/t Ag, 5.52 g/t Au and the Calvert boulder: 12% Zn, 0.26% Cu, 1.70% Pb, 214 g/t Ag, 3.51 g/t Au. (Ni-43-101 Report on Sackville dated June 2010).

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Mistango Acquires Past Producing Estrades Polymetallic Mine

(Kirkland lake, Ontario): (CSE: MIS) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that due to a recent action by the Quebec Ministere des Ressources naturelles, certain of the company’s currently held mineral tenures have been enlarged in size and now cover most of a former Mining Lease resulting in Mistango now gaining mining claim status to the past producing “Estrades” Polymetallic Mine.

The east-west trending and vertically dipping Estrades deposit is located approximately 95 kilometers north-east of the town of La Sarre Quebec along the highly prospective Casa Berardi Break which currently contains two Zn-Cu-Pb-Au-Ag bearing sulphide zones averaging >1-3 metres in thickness, of which, the main and central zones are now within the company’s land holdings.

The Estrades deposit was discovered in 1985, with the main zone being developed by Breakwater Resources in 1990 to a vertical depth of 200 metres and the mining of 174,946 tonnes of ore grading 1.1% Cu, 13.0% Zn, 6.4 g/t Au and 172 g/t Ag took place.

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