SRC Announces Financing

Toronto, Canada, April 27, 2018 – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) would like to announce terms for a non-brokered financing of up to 4 million units (“Units”). Each Unit will consist of one common share (“Common Share”) priced at 25 cents and one-half of one warrant {“Warrant”) to purchase one Common Share priced at 50 cents. Each whole Warrant entitles the holder to purchase one additional Common Share for two years from the closing of the private placement.

The Company would like to amend the timeframe of the private placement to closing on or before May 25th, 2018. Approval is subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange.

Proceeds will be used for drilling to target depth on the Goldstorm Property in Nevada.

For further information please contact:

Stakeholder Gold Corporation
416 525 – 6869
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com

Forward Looking Information
This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute “forward-looking statements” and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation’s strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance.
When used in this news release, the words “estimate”, “project”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “intend”, “believe”, “hope”, “may” and similar expressions, as well as “will”, “shall” and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation’s annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents.
The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

SRC Rebirth in Nevada for Gold Explorer

Source: Michael Ballanger for Streetwise Reports (10/29/17)

 

Michael Ballanger examines a company with an earn-in agreement for a project at the confluence of three gold trends in Nevada.

 

 

 

Stakeholder Gold Corp. (SRC:TSX.V) (https://www.streetwisereports.comlpub/co/4755) was born in July 2011 after a spinout from Quebec-based Hinterland Metals. It was done so to highlight the company‘s White Gold District landholdings featuring the well-situated Ballarat Property located proximitous to Goldcorp’s recently-acquired Coffee property. However, within the next year, the vicious 2011—2016 bear market in mining stocks arrived and the company remained inactive until late 2013 when a management change ushered in current CEO Chris Berlet.

The company briefly embarked on an IOCG prospect in northern Nova Scotia in 2014—201 5 but after disappointing results, elected to return to its Yukon roots. After restructuring the share capital 1:10 in 2015, the company engaged Shawn Ryan and Groundtruth Exploration to conduct an exploration program on Ballarat, which was concluded in 2016 with “encouraging” (but not “exciting”) geological results.

In late 2016, SRC was introduced to a private Nevada company Mountainview Gold Inc. that has assembled a very interesting project in Nevada known as the Goldstorm Project. The company proceeded to consummate an earn-in agreement that closed in May 2017. The property is located approximately 17 kilometres northwest of the Midas Mine (formerly the Ken Snyder Mine) currently in production under the ownership of Klondex Mines Ltd. and which contains an approximate and impressive 2 million ounces (2 M02) of gold and 40 M02 of silver. It is also instructive to note that it lies within the world-renown Carlin Trend, which is believed to host over 220 M02 of gold.

In 2010, West Kirkland Mining drilled two core holes on the property. DH-2010-1 is located on the Clayton Veins system, situated about 1 km south-southwest of the northern zone. Beginning at 64.4 meters (64.4m) depth, the hole intercepted a 2m vein zone that assayed 5.5 g/t Au, including a 1m interval @ 9.27 g/t Au and 73 g/t Ag. The Clayton Vein system trends NW-SE and has been tested by only this one drill hole. The parallel Prochnau Veins system, located about 300m to the northeast, has not yet been drill-tested. Both these vein systems are open to the northwest and southeast, and evidence of veining has been traced over 2,000m strike length.

SRC now has a three-year earn-in (http://stakeholdergold.comlstakeholder-announces-option-agreement-goldstorm-property-elko-nevada/) on the property and must make $2.5 million in exploration expenditures to earn 100% interest in the claims. The company later followed up with a lease agreement on the Crawford Ranch (http://stakeholdergold.com/src-announces-expansion-of—land-position-in-nevada-and-drilling-timeline/) with similar terms to the Goldstorm deal, which has resulted in 3,800 acres of contiguous ground. As these deals were closing, TSX-listed Seabridge Gold (SEAzTSX) made a blockbuster announcement whereby it had entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of the

Snowstorm property held by the PFR Gold Holdings, LP (NY-based hedge fund manager John Paulson‘s gold company). As can be seen from the insert, the Snowstorm property is located north-northwest of both properties and with both the Seabridge ground and SRC’s Goldstorm located at the convergence zone of three predominant gold-bearing trends: Carlin (220 M02 Au), Getchell (60 M02 Au) and the Northern Nevada Rift (51 M02 Au).

Responding to inquiries surrounding its acquisition, Seabridge Chairman and CEO Rudi Fronk said: “We are very pleased to gain Paulson & Co. as a shareholder. The Paulson team has a deep understanding of our business and the opportunities that lie ahead. We look forward to their advice and assistance as we grow the value of our Company. Seabridge has been an industry leader in finding additional gold resources over the past decade. For some time now, we have been looking for a large-scale asset in Nevada which remains one of the world’s best environments for finding large gold deposits. The Snowstorm acquisition accomplishes this objective. This project has all the earmarks of an outstanding exploration play and we appreciate the opportunity to capitalize on its exceptional potential.”

The SRC land package is even better defined in the following insert which clearly depicts the strategic nature of the land position relative to Snowstorm.

Stakeholder Gold is intending to commence a five-hole drill program before the snow flies and as soon as it can obtain permits from the BLM (Bureau of Land Management). The purpose of the upcoming program is to probe the deeper targets at the Clayton and Prochnau veins where shallow drilling encountered high-grade gold within veins not unlike the Midas Mine. It is expected that in the spring of 2018, Seabridge will be ready to launch its own exploration program after it has completed the analyses of all of the data available to the company by PFR Gold Holdings LP.

From the Seabridge release of June 7, 2017, “The Snowstorm property consists of 700 mining claims and 5,800 acres of fee lands carefully assembled in a private company over a 15 year period and explored over the past 10 years. Seabridge has staked an additional 260 claims totaling 5,200 acres that are contiguous to the claims purchased from PFR. The Snowstorm acquisition also includes an extensive package of data generated by previous operators. Although potential targets are hidden under tertiary cover, the existing data supports the project’s outstanding exploration potential. Geological and geochemical evaluations of Snowstorm have documented hydrothermal alteration zones consistent with large northern Nevada deposit types. Geophysical surveys have confirmed the structural settings which host large Northern Nevada deposit types. Limited drilling has demonstrated that some of the target areas are at a depth amenable to surface exploration and resource delineation.

Snowstorm is contiguous and on strike with several large, successful gold producers including the Getchell/Turquoise Ridge Joint Venture operated by Barrick Gold, Newmont Mining’s Twin Creeks and Klondex Mines’ Midas operations.”

The Yukon package remains highly prospective

In addition to the Ballarat property, the Yukon land package includes 10 claims located inside of the Coffee Project boundaries and since Goldcorp’s $520 million buyout of Kaminak Gold, it has requested and received permission to drive the Dawson City-Coffee road through the eastern portion of SRC’s Ballarat property. The company saved a great deal of exploration capital by delaying further exploration at Ballarat until 2018 as the Goldcorp-constructed road should be completed by next summer, making for easy (and cheap) access to drill sites. Avoiding the use of helicopters and barges will be a far more efficient allocation of resources (including time) during the very short exploration window in the Yukon summer.

Whatever remains the proclivity of the investment community toward Yukon explorers, the fact remains that Goldcorp, Kinross, Agnico Eagle and Newmont have all done major deals in the White Gold District since the big Goldcorp move to acquire Kaminak. It stands to reason that with road access, more work on Ballarat designed to investigate what were then some of the highest gold-in-soil results ever received by Groundtruth will be underway, further augmenting the multifaceted exploration opportunities present in SRC.

The opportunity for investors today lies in our belief that with the exploration budget being carried into the spring by Seabridge, there is a strong potential for a Nevada area play in the vicinity of the Carlin/Getchell/Northern Nevada Rift convergence zone. Given the sheer magnitude of potential for the district with over 300 million ounces contained in those three trends, the upcoming exploration program by Stakeholder could generate a great deal of excitement given the history of the property and the fact that the geology appears structurally similar to the Midas located further to the southeast along the more northerly portion of the Carlin Trend.

As an example of the kind of lift that is possible in today’s environment, look no further than Gold Standard Ventures whose North Bullion and Dark Star discoveries in south Carlin in 2016 allowed the company to raise tens of millions of dollars and achieve a market capitalization of nearly $500 million here in 2017. Given SRC’s current market cap of: $6.5 million, the leverage in the event of a discovery could be enormous. To wit, the risk-to-reward ratio for SRC is compelling and for the investor/speculator that can deal with the volatility and risk, Stakeholder Gold Corporation is a rising star in a Five-Star neighborhood.

Stakeholder Gold Corp.

Symbol: SRC.V, SKHRF2US

Recent Price: C$.31, U.S.$.25

52-week range: C$O.80-$0.185

Issued Capital (undiluted): 21,188,662

Market Capitalization: C$6.57m, U.S.$5.19m

Head Office: Toronto, Canada

Website: stakeholdergold.com (http://www.stakeholdergold.com)

 

Originally trained during the inflationary 1970’s, Michael Ballanger (https://www.streetwisereports.com/pub/htdocs/expert.html?id=2771) is a graduate of Saint Louis University where he earned a Bachelor of Science in finance and a Bachelor of Art in marketing before completing post-graduate work at the Wharton School of Finance. With more than 30 years of experience as a junior mining and exploration specialist, as well as a solid background in corporate finance, Ballanger’s adherence to the concept of “Hard Assets” allows him to focus the practice on selecting opportunities in the global resource sector with emphasis on the precious metals exploration and development sector. Ballanger takes great pleasure in visiting mineral properties around the globe in the never-ending hunt for early-stage opportunities.

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IR Firm Covers Stakeholder

Höwler International Investor Relations and Consulting 
– Finanzkommunikation und Unternehmensberatung –
Inh. Dipl.-Kfm. Maurice Höwler

Newsletter issue April 2018

IR Firm Covers Stakeholder

One drill hole could change everything

Dear investors and friends,

In my last issue I pointed out that the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) anticipates a strong and synchronized global growth over the coming months, and that for the first time since 2008, no major economy is in contraction mode. It is therefore no surprise that World real GDP is expected to grow by 3.7 percent this year and 3.6 percent in 2019. I do not believe the ongoing boom will come to a quick end any time soon. However, investors in Europe may recognize the strong global economy, but if we take a critical look at today’s financial markets, ten years after a devastating global financial crisis and five years after the Euro crisis, we realize that the allocation of capital to certain asset classes has completely changed – for good reasons. On it’s last meeting on March 8th, the ECB decided that the interest rate on the main refinancing operations, the interest rates on the marginal lending facility and the deposit facility will remain unchanged at 0.00%, 0.25% and -0.40% respectively. Most market participants expect no change of course at least until 2019. So in this challenging market environment, investors are forced to identify attractive yields, but it is also true that the investor sentiment has changed towards a careless risk-ON mode. Some of you may remember this headline:”Best Move: Just Buy Everything?” on CNBC in February 2017 (https://www.cnbc.com/video/2017/02/21/best-move-just-buy-everything.html). More than once, Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann, member of the ECB council, warned market participants against potential bubbles in various asset classes. He has in my view good chances to become the next ECB president in Nov. 2019.

My conclusion is, due to the hyper-expansive monetary policy of Central Banks over the past 10 years, we could at first experience a longer than expected phase of economic expansion. It takes a few years until the trillions of USD, EUR and YEN, which literally have been pumped into the system, arrive in the real economy. All those countries which had experienced slow growth in recent years have now the necessary capital and demand to make purchases on the world market. The remaining question is: What will ultimately happen, when the effect of this massive injection fades away? I wonder if significantly accelerating price inflation will be one unforeseen consequence of the hyper-expansive monetary policy. No one has the answer yet. Only time will tell.

I like to use this opportunity to introduce a very well positioned junior mineral exploration company based in Toronto. Stakeholder Gold Corp. (TSX-V: SRC; FSE: SW0N) is presently primarily focused on the exploration of the so-called Goldstorm property, an exciting gold-silver project in Nevada, USA. In addition, the company is also exploring its 100 percent owned Ballarat Gold Project situated in the White Gold District in Yukon Territory, Canada.

In late 2016, Stakeholder Gold which was previously hit hard by the devastating bear market in mining stocks (2012-2015) was introduced to Mountain View Gold Inc., a private company with an exciting project named the Goldstorm property, situated in a very favorable geology in Elko County, Nevada, USA. Goldstorm is located in an area where three major regional gold- and silver trends intersect. At that time, Christopher Berlet, President and CEO of Stakeholder Gold, recognized a great opportunity and without hesitation, the company entered into negotiations about a reasonable earn-in agreement with Mountain View Gold. A final property option agreement was closed in May 2017. Under the terms of the agreement, Stakeholder Gold has the option to earn up to a 100 percent interest in the Goldstorm property by spending C$ 2.5 MM in exploration expenditures within three years. In 2017 the company also arranged a lease agreement with the owner of additional claims in the region so that today, Stakeholder Gold’s complete land position is comprised of 1,540 hectares. The Goldstorm project is located 30 km northwest of the Midas Mine of Klondex Mines Ltd. (NYSE: KLDX) which is currently being acquired by Hecla Mining Company (NYSE: HL) and 18 km northeast of the Twin Creeks Mine of Newmont Mining Corp. (NYSE: NEM).

The Midas mining district in Nevada has a long history with a recorded production beginning in the early 1900s. In between 1907 and 1942 approx. 300,000 oz. of gold and 3 million oz. of silver were produced, predominately from underground mining of high grade veins that outcropped at surface. The largest historic producer was the Elko-Prince mine in the northern part of the district. Since 1998 when operations at the underground Midas Mine (formerly known as the Ken Snyder Mine) commenced, this mine produced more than 2.2 MM oz. of gold and 27 MM oz. of silver. Today it is one of the world’s highest grade and most profitable gold-silver mines. Now, in recent years the market sentiment for gold miners has improved – the gloomy days are over – and major producers are forced to look at attractive acquisition targets, simply to maintain their reserve levels and to be optimally positioned for the next gold cycle. It is therefore no surprise, that on March 19th 2018, Hecla Mining Company announced the intention to acquire Klondex Mines Ltd. for US$ 462 MM. In the press release, Hecla’s President and CEO Phillips S. Baker, J r. stated: “Opportunities to acquire significant land packages along Nevada’s prolific gold trends are very rare. Rarer still are for these land packages to have the highest grade mines in the U.S. and this transaction is consistent with Hecla’s strategy of owning large prospective land packages with mines w here we can improve costs, grow reserves and expand production.”

In other words, still today in the 21st century, when companies look for gold and silver in the U.S., they do so in Nevada. Prolific faults such as the famous Carlin Trend or the neighboring Cortez Trend have already given birth to dozens of so-called “elephants” – gold deposits of more than 10 million ounces. In these days gold miners of all shapes and sizes are preparing for the next big elephant and it seems to be only a matter of time until at least one of them will make history. Stakeholder Gold is one of these companies. The Goldstorm project could not be better positioned. The map below shows the three major geological trends in this exciting region which merge in to one at Goldstorm: The Carlin Trend (which is believed to host atleast 220 MM oz. of gold), the Northern Nevada Rift Zone (51 MM oz. of gold) and finally the Getchell Trend (60 MM oz. of gold). The Goldstorm project is situated on the southern boundary of this structural intersection.

Figure 1: Goldstorm located at the intersection of 3 Prominent Gold Trends

The Mining Engineer Chris Berlet and his highly experienced geological team – among them Richard Redfern, the company’s exploration manager for Goldstorm, who is involved in the exploration of the project since 2002 – are convinced: Goldstorm has the potential to be the same type of high-grade gold and silver system as the underground Midas Mine and that it could host a large Carlin-style gold deposit at depth. Several significant fault zones host gold mineralization on the project, along favorable WNW and NNW orientations. These zones have been measured to be over 3 km long and are up to 50 m wide. In addition, exploration drilling in recent years has also revealed significant potential for open pit targets: A proven concept hole (WG-1001) drilled by West Kirkland Mining Inc. (TSX-V: WKM) back in 2010, provided the basis for the discovery of the Clayton Veins system, situated approx. 1 km south-southwest of the northern zone. This important hole intersected 6 veins in a 50 m wide structural corridor with high-grade gold and silver mineralization including visible gold in the drill core! The best intercept contained a 2 m wide section of a quartz-naumannite-electrum-bearing mineralization from 65 to 67 m depth. Located only 60 m below ground surface, this section assayed 5.51 g/t gold across the 2 m long core length and included a 1 m interval that assayed 9.29 g/t gold and 72.6 g/t silver. The Clayton Veins system trends north-west and south-east and the geologists believe it is more than 2,000 m long with veining exposed in multiple locations. The Prochnau vein system has, to date, only been tested by air track holes extending to less than 50 m of depth.

Stakeholder Gold started its Phase 1 drill program at Goldstorm in December 2017 and released interesting drill results a few weeks ago. The company’s first drill hole G-2017-1 was drilled approx. 100m west of WG-1001, in order to target gold and silver mineralization in the Clayton fault-bounded Zone. Based on the results, the geological team could successfully identify a new interesting zone at Goldstorm, named the Trail Hill Zone. Additional re-assays of narrower, more selected samples collected from hole G-2017-1, above and below a so-called “S Fault” contact zone of the Trail Hill gold-silver target area, have confirmed their view: The upper 0.43 m wide, limonitic fault breccia, intersected at a core hole depth of 137.68 – 138.11 m, assayed 0.018 g/t gold and a strongly anomalous 3.39 g/t silver. The first interval below the S fault, in between 138.11 – 138.72 m, contained an abundant amount of an undefined black mineral in brecciated, altered, dark gray basalt and sedimentary rock that assayed 0.054 g/t gold and 137 g/t silver (a new silver record for the Goldstorm project). In the company’s latest news release from March 27th 2018, it says: “These data indicate that the rocks on both sides of the S Fault are mineralized, thus the fault may be a feeder to gold-silver mineralization. These data are interpreted as being suggestive of a silver halo around gold mineralization, similar to rocks around the Hollister Mine of Klondex/Hecla and the adjacent Silver Cloud property. We interpret that any main boiling zone for gold-silver mineralization in the Trail Hill Zone at Goldstorm would be at greater depths than those reached in this drill hole.” (See: http://stakeholdergold.com/press-release/)

In order to view the location of the completed and projected drill holes and to get a better understanding of the regional geology including the limiting spatial characteristics of this gold-silver system, interested investors should take a closer look at these two figures:

Figure 2: Midas Gold Trend Gold Zones Depth Comparison Section Looking Northerly

Figure 3: Midas Mine Ore Zones – Long Section, Projected Goldstorm Holes

Now, in the upcoming Phase 2 drill program which is planned to commence in May 2018, Stakeholder Gold will be fully focused on the Trail Hill, Clayton, and Prochnau vein systems at depth, more precisely below the 1,830 m elevation level. This level is so important since geologists assume it is the approximate level of a paleo-water-table, which was existent 15.4 million years ago in the Miocene Epoch. At that time a high-grade gold and silver mineralization could have been settled in the Midas Gold Trend at Goldstorm and at the Midas, Hollister and Silver Cloud mines. It is known that the gold zones for the Midas, Hollister and Silver Cloud mines all begin at approximately the 1,830 m elevation level in what is understood to have been the top of the paleo-water-table. If the same is true at Goldstorm, as the team believes, then a significant gold zone may be discovered below this depth.

It looks like the Goldstorm project could potentially incorporate two primary types of mineralization: Midas style and Carlin style. The Midas deposit consists of a number of steeply dipping, quartz-calcite-adularia precious metal veins hosted by volcanic and also volcanoclastic rocks. This world-class deposit locally contains mineral grades greater than 350 g/t of gold. Gold mineralization occurs as electrum and is intimately associated with selenide and sulfide minerals. Whereas the Carlin Trend is characterized by sedimentary, limestone type of geology. This type of mineralization can be found e.g. at the Twin Creeks mine, approx. 18 km southwest of Goldstorm. Due to this very favorable geology and considering the preliminary findings at Goldstorm which have been identified by Rick Redfern and others, I believe, when the company launches its Phase 2 drill program in the spring, only one drill hole can change everything.

And finally, there is Stakeholder Gold’s 100 percent owned Ballarat Gold Project: This over 7,000 hectares large placer gold project is situated 120 km southeast of Dawson City in the heart of the White Gold District in Yukon Territory, Canada. Chris Berlet looks at Ballarat as a potential Plan B within his overall strategy to build shareholder value in the upcoming new gold cycle – or simply as a second act, depending on how Plan A, Goldstorm works out.

Figure 4: Ballarat property (SRC 100%) in the heart of White Gold District, Yukon

Based on historic records during the past 50 years, over 104,604 oz. of gold have been recovered from placer operations on Ballarat Creek. The small river is one of the most prolific placer gold producers in the world-class White Gold District. The gold source for the extensive placer gold found in Ballarat Creek is almost certainly located on the Ballarat property. The topography of Stakeholder’s Ballarat claims is such that water drainage into the Ballarat Creek comes down from the surrounding Ballarat claims. The gold source is there somewhere, and Ballarat Creek’s prolific gold endowment suggests a deposit source of size and scale may be not far away. During the Yukon summer of 2016 the company completed a Phase 1 exploration program on Ballarat which consisted of soil and rock sampling, several geological surveys and 1,728 m of Rotary Air Blast (RAB) drilling along the Eastern Zone. Results have significantly expanded the Eastern Zone target area. Two float rock samples from this zone yielded values of 0.759 g/t and 0.587 g/t gold. A grab sample taken from a trench at the Northwest Zone ran 1.492 g/t gold. Geophysical work has been completed on the Eastern Zone anomaly. The company has already identified new gold-in-soil targets at Ballarat closer to the Eastern Zone and also at a ridge on the western part of the Eastern Zone.

It is important to know that Goldcorp is currently constructing a new sealed road (named the Coffee Access Road) in that region. This road is being constructed from Dawson City down to Goldcorp’s Coffee Project to provide road access for equipment and mining personnel. This Coffee Access Road will cross the eastern portion of the Ballarat property over more than 10 km across Stakeholder’s ground claims. It was therefore a wise management decision to delay any further exploration until this summer, as work is currently being done to complete the new road. Stakeholder Gold will benefit from the significantly improved accessibility to drill sites, but also from soil sampling and geological results uncovered in road building. The exploration window in the Yukon summer is generally very short, but this new road will definitely result in a more efficient allocation of resources and time.

President and CEO Christopher Berlet is a professional Mining Engineer with over 25 years of business experience both in Corporate Finance and the Mineral Industry. Finally, I like to point out that the TSX-V and Frankfurt listed company has currently only 24 MM shares outstanding, of which around 30 percent are being held by management and institutional investors. Presently, the company has a market capitalization of only C$ 6 MM.

To conclude, Stakeholder Gold is exploring an exciting project, situated in a world-class geological environment. The highly-experienced management team made the right decision at the right time to look for gold and silver in Nevada! This is a unique story many risk-aware, advanced mining investors are looking for in these challenging times. It may be of particular interest to European investors also, against the backdrop of the current market sentiment and the quite obvious bubbles in various asset classes which have resulted – in my opinion – from careless monetary policies of the ECB. Of course, investors should always be aware of the typical, significant risks a junior exploration company is exposed to. However, we should take into account that President and CEO Chris Berlet has a good Plan B in mind with the large Ballarat Gold Project which remains highly-prospective.

Interested investors who would like to learn more about Stakeholder Gold should take a look at the company’s website: http://www.stakeholdergold.com. Stakeholder Gold Corp. (TSX-V: SRC) is also listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol SW0N or WKN: A2ACEP.

Release date: April 6th 2018
Author: Dipl.-Kfm. Maurice Hoewler, Hoewler International Investor Relations and Consulting, Bremen, Germany.

With Best Regards,
Maurice Hoewler

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  • Die Agentur steht in entgeltlichen Auftragsbeziehungen mit bestimmten, im Newsletter vorgestellten Unternehmen (IR Mandate). Zudem strebt die Agentur grundsätzlich eine Fortführung solcher entgeltlichen Auftragsbeziehungen mit verschiedenen Unternehmen an.

 

Ein Kurszuwachs bei Aktien der vorgestellten Unternehmen kann zu einem Vermögenszuwachs beim Inhaber der Agentur, Herrn Maurice Hoewler führen. Hieraus entsteht ein Interessenkonflikt. Ferner behält sich Herr Hoewler das Recht vor, jederzeit die o.g. Finanzpositionen ganz oder teilweise aufzulösen und die entsprechenden Wertpapiere zu veräußern. Hierdurch können Kursverluste des entsprechenden Wertpapiers und damit ein Vermögensverlust entstehen.

Entgeltliche Auftragsbeziehungen:
Derzeit oder in den letzten 12 Monaten steht bzw. stand die Agentur mit folgenden Unternehmen in einer entgeltlichen
Auftragsbeziehung (insbesondere IR Mandate). Hieraus kann ein potentieller Interessenkonflikt entstehen:

  1. West Red Lake Gold Mines Inc.
  2. Metalla Royalty & Streaming Ltd.
  3. McLaren Resources Inc.
  4. Gossan Resources Ltd.
  5. Benz Mining Corp.
  6. Stakeholder Gold Corp.

Ferner erbringt die Agentur auch situativ einzelne vergütete Dienstleistungen für alle o.g. Unternehmen. Hieraus kann ebenfalls ein potentieller Interessenkonflikt entstehen.

SRC Announces Corporate Secretary

Toronto, Canada, April 6th, 2018 – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) announces results from its Annual General & Special Meeting held on April 6th, 2018. The shareholder resolutions including the nomination of directors, appointment of the auditor and the renewal of the rolling stock option plan were approved by the shareholders of the Company. Further details on the resolutions can be found on SEDAR.

Stakeholder Gold is also pleased to announce the appointment of Khadijah Samnani as Corporate Secretary for the Company. Ms. Samnani has 7 years of experience in various industries, and has extensive skills in financial accounting, corporate management and in senior-level administration.

About Stakeholder Gold
Stakeholder Gold Corporation is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The primary focus of the Corporation during 2018 is to explore the Goldstorm property in Elko County, Nevada (USA). Stakeholder is also exploring on its 100% owned Ballarat Gold Project located in the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory, Canada.

For further information on the content of this release or about Stakeholder Gold, please contact:
Stakeholder Gold Corporation
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com
416 548 – 9749

SRC Confirms New Trail Hill Gold-Silver Zone Feeder at Goldstorm, Nevada

Toronto, Canada, March 27th, 2018 – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce further assay and geochemical results confirming the discovery of the new “Trail Hill” Midas-style gold-silver zone in its first core drill hole on the Goldstorm property in Nevada. The property is located 17 km northwest of the Midas Mine of Klondex Mines Ltd., which is being acquired by Hecla Mining Company, and 18 km northeast of the Twin Creeks Mine of Newmont Mining Corporation.

Gold-silver mineralization in the basal “S Fault” contact zone of the Trail Hill gold-silver target area was re-assayed with narrower, more select samples. The rocks above this fault zone were oxidized and quartz-silica-pyrite altered and mineralized from a core hole depth of approximately 7 metres to 138 metres. The drillhole, inclined at -57 degrees, evidenced strong silica-pyrite flooding with local spots of an unidentified black, oxidized mineral across much of this zone. Stakeholder re-assayed the fault contact zone on both sides of the S Fault. The upper 0.43 m basal limonitic fault breccia, between 137.68 m and 138.11 m, assayed 18 ppb gold and a strongly anomalous 3.39 g/t silver. The first interval below the fault, between 138.11 m and 138.72 m, contained an abundant amount of the black mineral in brecciated, altered, dark gray basalt and sedimentary rock that assayed 54 ppb gold, 137 ppm (4 ounces per ton) silver (a Goldstorm project high for silver) and 109 ppm arsenic, with elevated copper, molybdenum and antimony–indicating that the S Fault could be a feeder to gold-silver mineralization. The third, basal 0.91 m interval, down to 139.63 m, assayed a high 110 ppb gold, 2.16 ppm silver and 183 ppm arsenic in medium-gray fractured mudstone and tuff.

These data indicate that the rocks on both sides of the S Fault are mineralized, thus the fault may be a feeder to gold-silver mineralization. These data are interpreted as being suggestive of a silver halo around gold mineralization, similar to rocks around the Hollister Mine of Klondex/Hecla and the adjacent Silver Cloud property. We interpret that any main boiling zone for gold-silver mineralization in the Trail Hill Zone at Goldstorm would be at greater depths than those reached in this drill hole.

The targets for drilling at Goldstorm are the Trail Hill, Clayton, and Prochnau vein systems, below the 1,830 m elevation level. This is the approximate level of the paleo-water-table extant 15.4 million years ago in the Miocene Epoch when the gold mineralization has been interpreted to have occurred in the Midas Gold Trend at Goldstorm and at the Midas, Hollister and Silver Cloud mines.

See Figures 1 and 2 to view the exploration model and the limiting spatial characteristics envisioned for this gold-silver system. Phase 2 drilling is planned to begin as soon as weather permits, and will test the vein systems below the 1,830 m elevation.

Figure 1:                     Midas Gold Trend Gold Zones Depth Comparison Section Looking Northerly
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Figure 2:                     Midas Mine Ore Zones – Long Section, Projected Goldstorm Holes
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The drill core was submitted under chain-of-custody procedures to ALS Chemex Laboratory in Elko, Nevada. The samples were processed using 50-gram aliquots for fire assay analyses with gravimetric finish for gold and silver determinations. Multi-element ICP geochemical analyses of pulps were run after using a 4-acid dissolution technique.

“The Trail Hill Zone is interpreted to be a significant Midas-style gold-silver target on the basis of structure, pathfinder metals and location. Key characteristics reflect similar structural manifestations above gold and silver mineralization at the significant Midas and Hollister mines, which are bounded by elevation at the approximate height of the paleo-water-table of the Miocene Epoch. Follow-up in the near term will include a new test of the Trail Hill Zone at greater depths,” stated Rick Redfern.

The Company’s combined ground position now encompasses 3,806 contiguous acres.  The enhanced land position surrounds both the Clayton Veins and the Prochnau Veins systems, and includes their respective strike extensions. Success with drilling would open up the prospect of considerable expansion on strike and depth extensions.

Richard R. Redfern, C.P.G. and M.S. (Geology), Geological Consultant for Stakeholder Gold, is the Qualified Person for the Company, as defined by NI 43-101, who has reviewed and approved the contents of this press release.

About Stakeholder Gold

Stakeholder Gold Corporation is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The primary focus of the Corporation during 2018 is to explore the Goldstorm property in Elko County, Nevada (USA). Stakeholder is also exploring on its 100% owned Ballarat Gold Project located in the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory, Canada.

 

For further information on the content of this release or about Stakeholder Gold, please contact:

Christopher J. Berlet BSc (Mining), CFA
President & CEO
416 525 – 6869
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com 

 

Forward Looking Information

This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute “forward-looking statements” and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation’s strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance.

When used in this news release, the words “estimate”, “project”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “intend”, “believe”, “hope”, “may” and similar expressions, as well as “will”, “shall” and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation’s annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents.

The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

 

SRC Discovers New Trail Hill Gold-Silver Zone in First Drillhole at Goldstorm, Nevada

Toronto, Canada, March 5th, 2018 – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce discovery of the new “Trail Hill” Midas-style gold-silver zone in its first core drill hole on the Goldstorm property in Nevada. The property is located 17 km northwest of the Midas Mine of Klondex Mines Ltd., and 18 km northeast of the Twin Creeks Mine of Newmont Mining Corporation. The drilling program was stopped after one hole due to inclement weather at the site.

Stakeholder completed drill hole G-2017-1 at Goldstorm targeting Midas-style gold-silver mineralization in the Clayton fault-bounded Zone. The Clayton Zone was first delineated in a drill hole in 2010. Drill hole G-2010-1 contained a 2 metre section of quartz-naumannite-electrum-bearing mineralization from 65 to 67 metres depth, approximately 60 metres below the ground surface. The section assayed 5.5 grams per tonne (“g/T”) gold across the 2 metre core length and included a 1 metre interval that assayed 9.29 g/T gold and 72.6 g/T silver.

G-2017-1 was collared in the Trail Hill Zone, west of G-2010-1 in previously undrilled rocks and is oriented to the northeast at approximately minus 57 degrees. A 10 metre wide zone of quartz-pyrite mineralization in quartz-silica-pyrite (“QSP”) altered basaltic rocks also crops out at the top of Trail Hill just west of the new drill hole. G-2017-1 intersected a wide package of mostly highly altered and transversely fractured basaltic flows and laharic debris flow rocks containing oxidized QSP alteration and quartz flooding mineralization, from a core depth of approximately 6 m to 138.1 m, where it was cut off by a post-mineral fault.

Gold-silver mineralization was found in the Trail Hill basal limonitic “feeder” fault breccia between 137.68 m and 138.1 m, which is being re-assayed. The interval between 135.7 m and 137.68 m was lost in drilling. A 1.34 m sample from 137.68 m to 139.02 m, assayed 0.060 g/T gold and 37 g/T silver. The rocks in the drill hole above this interval mostly assayed less than 0.05 g/T gold–the detection limit for this gravimetric assay technique, but local anomalous gold and silver, to 120 ppb and 3.36 ppm, respectively, and widespread, very anomalous arsenic values occur in this thick upper section of altered rocks. The gold and 37 g/T silver assays of the basal feeder were highly encouraging, given the substantial width and strength of the mineral system intersected in the drill hole. No anomalous gold values have been found to date at the surface above the electrum-bearing Clayton zone of quartz veining, with the high-grade mineralization found only 60 m below the surface. Background arsenic values approximate 20 ppm As, and the rocks drilled in the Trail Hill section showed frequent 50 to 159 ppm values of arsenic. These data are interpreted as indicating that any main boiling zone for gold-silver mineralization in the Trail Hill Zone at Goldstorm would be at greater depth than reached in this drill hole.

The Clayton veins zone also was tested by G-2017-1; it was intersected between 292.56 m and 355.7 m, between the Collar fault and the basal Clayton fault. This zone of faulting and hydrothermal brecciation is approximately 40 m wide where intersected in the drill hole. New zones of fault-controlled silica-pyrite mineralization with local bladed calcite veining were found in this zone, and scattered anomalous gold assays of up to 39 ppb gold over 1.52 m core length were recorded in the hole in a complex series of fault zones and hydrothermal breccias with millimeter-thin pyrite veining. The mineralogical character of this zone and its higher-level, sub-chalcedonic silica suggest that gold mineralization should be deeper in the system. The Clayton zone was intersected in the hole at elevations between 1,960 m and 1,905 m due to unexpected flattening of the drillhole.

The target for drilling is the vein system below the 1,830 m elevation level. This is the approximate level of the paleo-water-table extant 15.4 million years ago in the Miocene Epoch when the gold mineralization has been interpreted to have occurred at Goldstorm and at the Midas and Hollister mines. See Figures 3 “Midas Gold Trend Gold Zones Depth Comparison Section Looking Northerly” and 4 “Midas Mine Ore Zones – Long Section, Projected Goldstorm Holes” attached to view the exploration model and the limiting spatial characteristics envisioned for this gold-silver system. Stakeholder is presently having drill samples analyzed for mercury to investigate depth relations and geochemistry of the mineral system.

Link to:                       Midas Gold Trend Gold Zones Depth Comparison Section Looking Northerly

Link to:                       Midas Mine Ore Zones – Long Section, Projected Goldstorm Holes

Phase 2 drilling will now test the Trail Hill and Clayton vein systems below the 1,830 m elevation level, and also will test the Prochnau vein system on the property. The Prochnau vein system has, to date, only been tested by air track holes extending to less than 50 m of depth.

The drill core was logged by an independent QP consulting geologist, sawed in half by an independent third-party services company and submitted under chain-of-custody procedures to a certified laboratory in Elko, Nevada. At the laboratory, the samples were processed using 50-gram aliquots for fire assay analyses for gravimetric gold and silver. Geochemical analyses of pulps were run after using a 4-acid dissolution technique. Stakeholder expects to receive additional assays and geochemical analyses in the coming weeks.

“The Trail Hill Zone identifies by structure, pathfinder minerals and location as a significant target. Key characteristics reflect similar structural manifestations above gold and silver mineralization at the significant Midas and Hollister mines which are bounded by elevation at the approximate height of the paleo-water-table of the Miocene Epoch. Follow-up in the near term will include a new test of the Trail Hill Zone at depth,” stated Rick Redfern.

The Company’s combined ground position now encompasses 3,806 contiguous acres.  The enhanced land position surrounds both the Clayton Veins and the Prochnau Veins systems, and includes their respective strike extensions. Success with drilling would open up the prospect of considerable expansion on strike and depth extensions.

Richard R. Redfern, C.P.G. and M.S. (Geology), Geological Consultant for Stakeholder Gold, is the Qualified Person for the Company, as defined by NI 43-101, who has reviewed and approved the contents of this press release.

About Stakeholder Gold

Stakeholder Gold Corporation is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The primary focus of the Corporation during 2017 is to explore the Goldstorm property in Elko County, Nevada (USA). Stakeholder is also exploring on its 100% owned Ballarat Gold Project located in the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory, Canada.

 

For further information on the content of this release or about Stakeholder Gold, please contact:

 

Christopher J. Berlet BSc (Mining), CFA

President & CEO

416 548 – 9749

cberlet@stakeholdergold.com

 

Forward Looking Information

This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute “forward-looking statements” and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation’s strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance.

 

When used in this news release, the words “estimate”, “project”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “intend”, “believe”, “hope”, “may” and similar expressions, as well as “will”, “shall” and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation’s annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents.

 

The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.

 

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

SRC Announces Corporate Secretary

Toronto, Canada, January 30th, 2018 – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce that Anita Bailey has been appointed Corporate Secretary for the Company. Ms. Bailey has 30 years of experience in the mining industry and has extensive skills in financial accounting, corporate management and in the senior-level administration of public companies. Ms. Bailey’s experience includes four and a half years as Controller for Carlisle Goldfields Limited, a TSX-listed gold exploration company which was sold successfully to Alamos Gold Inc. in January 2016. Ms. Bailey also served, for over four and a half years, as Controller of Colombia Goldfields Ltd. a TSX-listed company sold to Medoro Resources Ltd.in November 2009, and served for twelve years with Greenstone Resources Ltd., a TSX and NASDAQ-listed gold mining company with activities focused in four Latin American countries. Ms. Bailey held various roles with Greenstone Resources Ltd., spending the last five of the twelve years as Assistant Treasurer.

Ms. Bailey is a member of Corporate Governance Professionals of Canada (“CGP”); Institute of Professional Bookkeepers of Canada (“IPBC”) and The Canadian Payroll Association (“CPA”).

About Stakeholder Gold

Stakeholder Gold Corporation is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The primary focus of the Corporation during 2017 is to explore the Goldstorm property in Elko County, Nevada (USA). Stakeholder is also exploring on its 100% owned Ballarat Gold Project located in the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory, Canada.

For further information on the content of this release or about Stakeholder Gold, please contact:

Stakeholder Gold Corporation
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com
416 548 – 9749

SRC Discovers Vein/Disseminated Mineral System in Nevada

Toronto, Canada, January 16th, 2018 – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce completion of its first core drill hole on the Goldstorm property in Nevada. The property is located 17 km northwest of the Midas Mine of Klondex Gold Mines Ltd., and 18 km northeast of the Twin Creeks Mine of Newmont Mining Corporation.

The Company has just completed drill hole G-2017-1 targeting Midas-style gold-silver mineralization at Goldstorm. A wide zone of highly altered basaltic rocks containing quartz-silica-pyrite (“QSP”) mineralization was discovered in the upper part of the hole, from a depth of 20 feet to a depth of 438 feet, where it was cut off by a post-mineral fault.

New zones of silica-pyrite-(naumannite) mineralization were also found from 676 to 678 feet, 702 to 712 feet, 855 to 870 feet, 890 to 920, 961 to 980, 1015 to 1035.6, 1082 to 1091.6, 1105 to 1175.3, 1183 to 1202.5, 1223 to 1235, and from 1255 to 1259 feet down the hole, in a complex series of fault zones. These zones of silica-pyrite mineralization lie above the 1830 m (6,000 foot) MSL elevation that appears to be the approximate top of the zone of ore continuity at the Midas Mine and perhaps also at the nearby Hollister Mine. This may represent an ancient paleo ground water table present in the region at the 15.4 Ma age of mineralization in this Midas Gold Trend area. It must be emphasized that these zones of mineralization were delineated by visual observation and can only be confirmed by fire assay analysis.

A second hole is being started today to test the Trail Hill open pit target southwest of the collar of hole G-2017-1 but utilizing the same drill platform; this area has never been drill tested before. Mapping by an independent QP geologist has indicated the presence of a 10 meter wide zone of silica veining in QSP-altered basaltic rocks, sub-parallel to the Collar and Clayton vein systems, at the top of Trail Hill. Hole G-2017-2 will intersect this block of rocks and the known fault-vein system at a depth of approximately 500 feet. A third hole will test the lateral extension of QSP altered rocks to the northwest of hole G-2017-1. These drill sites are all located on unpatented lode claims controlled by the Company.

“Discovery of multiple mineralized zones and an extensive, weathered and fractured structural system near to surface beginning at only 20 feet of depth and extending to over 1,200 feet of depth, were surprises. Assays will reveal the significance of this promising first hole which displays key characteristics of some of the most prolific Nevada gold mines”, stated Chris Berlet.

The Company’s combined ground position now encompasses 3,806 contiguous acres. The enhanced land position surrounds both the Clayton Veins and the Prochnau Veins systems, and includes their respective strike extensions. Success with early drilling would open up the prospect of considerable expansion on strike and depth extensions.

QC/QA

The drill core was logged by an independent QP consulting geologist, sawed in half by an independent, third party services company and submitted under chain-of-custody procedures to ALS Chemex laboratory in Elko, Nevada. The samples were submitted for processing and rush 50 g fire assay analyses for gravimetric gold and silver. Stakeholder expects to receive assays in the coming weeks.
Richard R. Redfern, C.P.G. and M.S. (Geology), Geological Consultant for Stakeholder Gold, is the Qualified Person for the Company, as defined by NI 43-101, who has reviewed and approved the contents of this press release.
About Stakeholder Gold
Stakeholder Gold Corporation is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The primary focus of the Corporation during 2017 is to explore the Goldstorm property in Elko County, Nevada (USA). Stakeholder is also exploring on its 100% owned Ballarat Gold Project located in the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory, Canada.

For further information on the content of this release or about Stakeholder Gold, please contact:

Stakeholder Gold Corporation
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com
416 548 – 9749

Forward Looking Information
This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute “forward-looking statements” and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation’s strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance.
When used in this news release, the words “estimate”, “project”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “intend”, “believe”, “hope”, “may” and similar expressions, as well as “will”, “shall” and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation’s annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents.
The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

SRC Closes Financing

Toronto, Canada, December 21st, 2017Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce that is has closed on its previously announced private placement financing for gross proceeds of $600,000. Stakeholder Gold has issued 2.4 million units (“Units”) priced at 25 cents per Unit. Each Unit consists of one common share (“Common Share”) and one-half of one warrant (“Warrant”) to purchase one Common Share. Each whole Warrant is exercisable into one Common Share at a price of 50 cents for a period of two years from Thursday, December 21, 2017. The hold period for the Units issued will be four months.

In connection with the financing, as consideration for facilitating the completion of the transaction, Stakeholder Gold will issue an additional 220,000 Warrants, exercisable into one Common Share at a price of 25 cents, to Bonaventure Explorations Limited and pay the amount of $2,250 in cash to Canaccord Genuity Corp. Stakeholder Gold also announces the issuance of 1,000,000 options to Officers, Directors and Consultants to the Company and has reserved 1,000,000 Common Shares for issuance upon exercise of such options pursuant to the terms of the Company’s stock option plan. The options have a strike price of $0.32 and a three year term from the date of issue.

Proceeds of the financing will be used for exploration on the Goldstorm Property in Nevada.

For further information on the content of this release or about Stakeholder Gold, please contact:

Christopher J. Berlet BSc (Mining), CFA
President & CEO
416 548 – 9749
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com

Forward Looking Information

This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute “forward-looking statements” and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation’s strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance.
When used in this news release, the words “estimate”, “project”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “intend”, “believe”, “hope”, “may” and similar expressions, as well as “will”, “shall” and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation’s annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents.
The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

SRC Announces Upsize of Previously Announced Private Placement

Toronto, Canada, December 19th, 2017 Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) would like to announce that it has amended the terms of its previously announced non-brokered private placement financing to increase the size of the offering from $500,000 to $600,000 (the “Upsized Offering”).

Under the terms of the Upsized Offering, Stakeholder Gold will issue 2.4 million units (“Units”) priced at 25 cents per Unit. Each Unit will consist of one common share (“Common Share”) and one-half of one warrant (“Warrant”) to purchase one Common Share. Each whole Warrant will be exercisable for one additional Common Share at a price of 50 cents for a period of two years from the closing date of the Upsized Offering. The Company anticipates closing on Thursday December 21, 2017.

Proceeds of the financing will be used for exploration on the Goldstorm Property in Nevada.

For further information on the content of this release or about Stakeholder Gold, please contact:

Christopher J. Berlet BSc (Mining), CFA
President & CEO
416 548 – 9749
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com

Forward Looking Information
This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute “forward-looking statements” and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation’s strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance.
When used in this news release, the words “estimate”, “project”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “intend”, “believe”, “hope”, “may” and similar expressions, as well as “will”, “shall” and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation’s annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents.
The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Service Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.