Stakeholder Gold Corp. prices financing and focuses on Yukon

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (June 17, 2015) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder”, or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce terms of a non-brokered private placement financing for up to a maximum of 20M units. Units are priced at $0.05 (5 cents) for shares and $0.15 (15 cents) for warrants. Each unit carries a half warrant. Each full warrant entitles the holder to purchase one common share at $0.15 (15 cents) for a period of 12 months from the closing of the financing.

Stakeholder will undertake exploration on the Ballarat project in the Yukon, including cost effective soil surveys using the GT Probe and the GT RAB drill and the Company will provide exploration information from this activity as quickly as possible upon receiving results. Stakeholder has been unable to negotiate revised terms for exploration on the Bass River project, and has discontinued exploration efforts in Nova Scotia.

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation

Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada.  The primary focus of Stakeholder is to explore and develop the Ballarat Gold Property in the White Gold District of the Yukon.

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

For more Stakeholder Gold Corp.  information, please contact

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA                 Michael Ballanger

President & CEO                                Advisory Committee

416 525-6869                                      416 786-5055

cberlet@stakeholdergold.com            mballanger@stakeholdergold.com

 

Stakeholder Webcast Update

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (May 5, 2015) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder”, or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is holding a Webcast on Thursday May 7th at 3:00 PM EST. The webcast will discuss exploration prospects for the Company’s Ballarat Gold Project in the Yukon, and will provide a review of the recently concluded Bass River drill program.

GroundTruth Exploration Inc. founder Shawn Ryan will join the call to discuss the use of proprietary technologies such as the GT Probe, the GT RAB Drill and the exploration applications developed for the UAV Drone. Stakeholder will be working with GroundTruth who will be using their industry leading technologies for exploration of the Ballarat Gold Property and for other exploration projects in the White Gold District.

For online access use the following link to the webcast:

http://christopherberlet.enterthemeeting.com/m/DQDKTXEE

For direct dial-in access please use the following:

Number: (949) 229-4400

Audio Pin: 1992253#

 

A link to the GroundTruth equipment & operations video displays can be accessed here:

http://groundtruthexploration.com/gallery/videos/

 

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation

Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada.  The primary focus of Stakeholder is to explore and develop the Ballarat Gold Property in the White Gold District of the Yukon. The Company is also involved in IOCG exploration at the Bass River Project in central Nova Scotia.

 

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

 

For more Stakeholder Gold Corp.  information, please contact

 

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA                 Michael Ballanger

President & CEO                                Advisory Committee

416 525-6869                                      416 786-5055

cberlet@stakeholdergold.com            mballanger@stakeholdergold.com

Stakeholder Gold Corp. engages GroundTruth and Shawn Ryan joins Advisory Committee

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (April 23, 2015) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder”, or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce that GroundTruth Exploration Inc. (“GroundTruth”) is reviewing geological data for engagement by Stakeholder in the exploration and development of the Company’s 100% owned Ballarat Gold Property. Located 120 km southeast of Dawson City, Yukon, the Ballarat Gold Property is positioned between Kaminak Gold Corporation’s Coffee Property and Kinross Gold Corporation’s Golden Saddle Property.

Stakeholder is also pleased to announce that GroundTruth founder Shawn Ryan has agreed to join the Company’s Exploration Advisory Committee in order to provide guidance on the advancement of the Ballarat project as well as other strategic initiatives in the White Gold District.

GroundTruth are pioneers in the use of proprietary technologies such as the GT Probe, the GT RAB Drill and the exploration applications developed for the UAV Drone. Stakeholder will be working with GroundTruth who will be using their industry leading technologies for exploration of the Ballarat Gold Property and for other exploration projects in the White Gold District.

A link to the GroundTruth equipment & operations video displays can be accessed here:

http://groundtruthexploration.com/gallery/videos/

“Shawn Ryan is an experienced and proven discoverer of gold deposits in the Yukon and the company he founded, GroundTruth Exploration Inc., has developed some of the most advanced and cost effective methods of exploring for mineral assets (particularly, but not exclusively, gold occurrences). Stakeholder is very pleased to have the opportunity to work with this professional group of mineral explorers, and to receive the benefits of their advanced proprietary technologies”, said Chris Berlet, CEO of Stakeholder.

“We are happy to be involved with the Ballarat project which we believe hosts meaningful potential for discovery of another economic gold deposit in the Yukon”, said Shawn Ryan, founder of GroundTruth Exploration Inc.

A webcast to discuss exploration prospects on the Company’s Ballarat Gold Project in the Yukon, and to provide a review of the recently concluded Bass River drill program, will be held on Thursday April 30th at 3:00 PM EST.

For online access use the following link to the webcast:

http://christopherberlet.enterthemeeting.com/m/ZF2XGMMZ

For direct dial-in access please use the following:

Number: (949) 229-4400

Audio Pin: 1992253#

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation

Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada.  The primary focus of Stakeholder is to explore and develop the Ballarat Gold Property in the White Gold District of the Yukon. The Company is also involved in IOCG exploration at the Bass River Project in central Nova Scotia.

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

For more Stakeholder Gold Corp.  information, please contact

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA                 Michael Ballanger

President & CEO                                Advisory Committee

416 525-6869                                      416 786-5055

cberlet@stakeholdergold.com            mballanger@stakeholdergold.com

 

Stakeholder Gold Corp. Bass River Drilling Update 19 March 2015

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (Mar 19, 2015) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to report on recent progress for the Bass River Exploration Project in Nova Scotia.
In January 2015, 72 line km of airborne VTEM and magnetics were flown by Geotech Ltd. in an area to the northeast of VTEM cluster VTBR-05 that was defined in the 2013 VTEM survey. Previously recognized as prospective due to anomalous Pb / Zn soil geochemistry, the preliminary interpretation of this new target (Castlereagh) has been received and appears substantially larger and of greater magnitude than VTBR-5 (Figure 1). Previously defined by 9 individual airborne VTEM anomalies, VTBR-05 was the focus of drilling following the discovery of Pb / Zn mineralization at surface and its further delineation by soil geochemistry (Gamble Lake grid).


Figure 1. VTBR-05 and Castlereagh anomaly

Detailed research by geologists from the Department of Natural Resources, Nova Scotia has assisted in interpreting the geology and style of mineralization. Approximately 700+ XRF analyses have been conducted on the Gamble Lake drill core and it appears that the host rocks are a sequence of mafic to felsic volcanics with mineralization associated with sericitized basalts containing pyrrhotite bands and fractures. The mineralized zone is underlain by rhyolite and rock geochemistry shows the Pb / Zn content to increase to the northeast.

When reviewed in a regional context, the Castlereagh anomaly appears to be a separate entity, the LiDAR image showing a distinct east west break along the boundary between it and VTBR-05. The new geological interpretation suggests the host to be lower in the sequence than the Gamble Lake occurrence with potential mineralization sitting at a rhyolite / felsic contact.

In 2015, Minotaur Exploration Ltd. (Australia) will continue to assist the Bass River Joint Venture partners examine the VTEM data, further defining the individual targets. Soil geochemistry and a ground based Pulse Electro-Magentic surveys will follow. Results will be interpreted by Minotaur who will propose potential drill collars.

Approximately 75 samples of drill core have yet to be returned from the Gamble Lake (VTR-05) grid. When all remaining assays have been received from Agat Laboratories, they will be reviewed by members of the Technical Advisory Committee then released. These results are expected within the next few days.

QA/QC
The drill program is being managed by Cogonov Inc. and cores are logged and sampled at their facility in Truro, Nova Scotia. The drill core is sawed in half, with half being sent to the AGAT Laboratories office in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. From there, the sample is transported to the AGAT facility in Mississauga for analysis. The other half of each sample is retained for reference. The core samples are analyzed using an aqua regia digestion with an inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) finish. AGAT maintains a strict quality control program with standards, blanks and duplicates included in every sample series. Standards and blanks for confirmation analysis are also regularly inserted, by Cogonov Inc. personnel, to the sample series at the core facility in Truro Nova Scotia.
This Press Release has been prepared by Gary Lohman, P.Geo. (QP under the terms of NI 43-101).

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation
:
Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada with the flagship property located in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The primary focus of Stakeholder is developing the Bass River Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) project which the company has optioned, and which is located on the Cobequid-Chedabucto Fault Zone (CCFZ) in central Nova Scotia. The property is host to >100 mineral occurrences and small deposits of Iron-Oxide, Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Nickel and Barite. The CCFZ has only recently been recognized as a potential host for IOCG deposit types.

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

For more Stakeholder Gold Corp.  information, please contact

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA                     Michael Ballanger
President & CEO                                     Advisory Committee
416 525-6869                                         416- 786-5055
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com            mballlanger@stakeholdergold.com

Stakeholder Gold Corp. reports Issuance of Stock Options

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (Jan. 19, 2015) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to report the issuance of 2,300,000 stock options to its directors and senior management team. The options were issued with a strike price of $0.25 per share, vest immediately and have an initial term of 5 years.

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation

Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada with the flagship property located in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The primary focus of Stakeholder is developing the Bass River Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) project which the company has optioned, and which is located on the Cobequid – Chedabucto Fault Zone (CCFZ) in central Nova Scotia. The property is host to >100 mineral occurrences and small deposits of Iron-Oxide, Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Nickel and Barite. The CCFZ has only recently been recognized as a potential host for IOCG deposit types.

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

For more Stakeholder Gold Corp. information, please contact :

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA
President & CEO
416 525-6869
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com
Michael Ballanger
Advisory Committee
416-786-5055
mballlanger@stakeholdergold.com

January 15, 2015. Stakeholder Gold Corp. reports visible copper-lead-zinc at Bass River

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (Jan. 15, 2015) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to report on recent progress for the Bass River Exploration Project in Nova Scotia. Drilling commenced in late November and to date approximately 1,500 meters of drilling have been completed in the first 5 drill holes.

“The results from the 4 holes in the northern portion of VTBR-05 have been positive, outlining a 70 meter wide, north trending shear zone, 550 meters in length with pervasive visible Pyrrhotite, Pyrite, Chalcopyrite, Sphalerite and Galena. The style and extent of this mineralization is undocumented in the Cobequids and we look forward to expanding the zone with additional drilling” stated Gary Lohman, COO of Cogonov Inc.

Drill Hole

Target

Azimuth

Dip (degrees)

Depth (m.)

 

 

 

 

 

BR-14-01

NS23
Gravity Anomaly

06

– 70

484

BR-14-02

NS23
Gravity Anomaly

315

-45

253

GL-14-01

VTBR05

118

-45

250

GL-14-02

VTBR05

118

-70

306

GL-14-03

VTBR05

93

-45

262

 

Gravity target NS23

Hole BR-14-01 was drilled to test a previously defined gravity anomaly (NS23) located along the southern portion of the claim group just to the north of the Londonderry fault. The hole intersected a thick sequence of mafic volcanics throughout its entire length. The volcanics were moderately to highly magnetic, the more intense zones associated with shear related quartz, chlorite, pyrrhotite stringer zones. These veins commonly carry aggregates and disseminations of chalcopyrite.

Drill hole BR-14-02 was collared approximately 750 meters north of BR-14-01, targeting a south-southwest trending copper soil anomaly within NS23. As with BR-14-01, the hole was primarily within sheared or foliated, variably magnetic mafic volcanics. Only scattered chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite veining was present in the core, particularly in the lower portion underlying the soil anomaly.

VTEM Cluster VTBR-05 (Gamble Lake Grid)

The Gamble Lake grid is located along the north flank of NS23 and covers VTEM cluster VTBR-05 (Figure 1). Previously defined by 9 individual airborne VTEM anomalies, field work in 2014 identified lead and zinc sulphide mineralization at surface within the overlying grid, coincident with a 1,000 meter long northeast trending copper, lead, zinc, barium and silver soil anomaly. The initial exploration program was followed by 11.5 km of ground based pulse electromagnetic (PEM) surveying which, when modeled, identified 5 individual conductive plates at depth. A total of 6 drill holes are planned to test these priority targets. To date, 3 drill holes have been completed testing conductive plates 1 and 2 (Figure 1).

Drill hole GL-14-01 intersected a sequence of sheared sediments lying below a highly altered rhyolite. Between 80 and 178 meters, the shear exhibited extensive sericite alteration and pervasive, pyrrhotite, +/- pyrite, +/- galena, +/- sphalerite, +/- chalcopyrite bearing stringers and fracture fillings.  The zone correlates very well with the modelled geophysics as well as with the soil geochem and VTEM anomalies.

Drill hole GL-14-02 was designed to intersect the mineralized zone at depth. The hole interested the same sequence of sheared sediments as the previous hole down to a depth of 130 meters where it intersected a 17 meter thick sill, cutting off the mineralization. Mineralized intervals included a 10 meter section of minor galena and sphalerite which is offset to the south and approximately 3 meters of low grade pyrrhotite / chalcopyrite veining at the bottom of the drill hole.

Drill hole GL-14-03 was drilled to a depth of 262 meters and is presently being logged. Initial observations note an intense sericite and banded magnetite/sericite alteration zone between 175 and 209 meters accompanied by visible pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite and pyrite veinlets and stringers (Figure 2). The hole terminated in a mafic dike.

QA/QC

The drill program is being managed by Cogonov Inc. and cores are logged and sampled at their facility in Truro, Nova Scotia. The drill core is sawed in half, with half being sent to the AGAT Laboratories office in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. From there, the sample is transported to the AGAT facility in Mississauga for analysis. The other half of each sample is retained for reference. The core samples are analyzed using an aqua regia digestion with an inductively-coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) finish. Over limit samples are assayed. Approximately 72 samples have been delivered to AGAT Laboratories and deliveries will continue on a weekly basis. AGAT maintains a strict quality control program with standards, blanks and duplicates included in every sample series. Standards and blanks for confirmation analysis are also regularly inserted, by Cogonov Inc. personnel, to the sample series at the core facility in Truro Nova Scotia.

Figure 1, VTEM Cluster VTBR-05 (Gamble Lake Grid)

Figure 2, Photo of drill core GL-14-03
“Stakeholder continues to de-risk the Bass River exploration project and is pursuing a target with size and scale and now proven copper-lead-zinc mineralogy. This is an exciting combination and we look forward to providing further information as more results become available,” said Chris Berlet, CEO of Stakeholder.

“This is a culmination of many years of field work, geophysical surveys and data compilation by the Cogonov Exploration Team including geologists, prospectors, geophysical advisors, the Technical Advisory Committee and management. We are very excited to move the company forward and to be drilling at at the Bass River project,” said PJ. Cruickshank, President and CEO of Cogonov Inc.

Mr. Gary H. Lohman, B.Sc., P.Geo., and a Qualified Person under NI 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical portions of this news release.

About Cogonov Inc.
Cogonov is a private resource company focused on the advanced exploration and development of iron oxide copper gold (IOCG) deposits in central Nova Scotia, Canada. Formed for this specific purpose, Cogonov initially acquired 2,651 claims along the Cobequid Chedabucto fault zone, which covered exploration targets previously delineated by Minotaur Exploration Ltd. Australia. These targets were the result of years of fieldwork, including the largest ground based gravity and airborne survey conducted in Eastern Canada.

For more Cogonov Inc. information, please contact
PJ.  Cruickshank, MBA.
President & CEO
pcruickshank@cogonov.com
647-558-6017

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation

Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada with the flagship property located in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The primary focus of Stakeholder is developing the Bass River Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) project which the company has optioned, and which is located on the Cobequid-Chedabucto Fault Zone (CCFZ) in central Nova Scotia. The property is host to >100 mineral occurrences and small deposits of Iron-Oxide, Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Nickel and Barite. The CCFZ has only recently been recognized as a potential host for IOCG deposit types.

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

 

For more Stakeholder Gold Corp.  information, please contact

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA               Michael Ballanger
President & CEO                             Advisory Committee
416 525-6869                                   416-786-5055
cberlet@stakeholdergold.com         mballlanger@stakeholdergold.com

Stakeholder Closes Flow-Through Private Placement

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (December 31, 2014) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC), having just recently closed a non-brokered private placement, is pleased to announce the closing of another non-brokered private placement totaling $173,646. This private placement consists of $60,000 of flow-through financing (issuance of 240,000 units priced at $0.25 with a two year half warrant priced at $0.35) and $113,646 of hard dollar financing (issuance of 568,228 units priced at $0.20 with a two year half warrant priced at $0.30), for total gross proceeds of $173,646 dollars.
Stakeholder will also be issuing up to 5 million stock options with a strike price of $0.25 (25 cents). The option strike price is the same as the financing on flow-through units. The issuance of options is subject to board and, where required, TSX-V approvals.
Diamond drilling is in progress on the Bass River project in Nova Scotia.
The private placement is subject to TSX-V and Regulatory approvals.
About Stakeholder Gold Corporation
Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with the flagship property in Nova Scotia, Canada. The primary focus of Stakeholder is developing the Bass River Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) project which the company has optioned, located on the Cobequid-Chedabucto Fault Zone (CCFZ) in central Nova Scotia, Canada. The property is host to >100 mineral occurrences and small deposits of Iron-Oxide, Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Nickel and Barite, the CCFZ has only recently been recognized as a potential host for these deposit types.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
For more information, please contact
Christopher J. Berlet, CFA
President & CEO
416 525 – 6869
Michael Ballanger
Advisory Committee
416 786 – 5055
mballlanger@stakeholdergold.com

COGONOV Inc. and Stakeholder to drill Bass River

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (November 24, 2014) – Cogonov Inc. (“Cogonov”) and Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder”) (TSX-V: SRC) are pleased to report that the two companies have formed a Joint Exploration Committee (“Committee”) to manage the exploration of Cogonov’s Bass River IOCG project in Nova Scotia, Canada. The Committee is comprised of two representatives from each company.

The Committee has approved the proposed drill program and Stakeholder has signed a drill contract for a minimum of 3,500 meters with LanTech Drilling Services Inc., Dieppe New Brunswick, Canada. The ten hole drill program, anticipated to commence by the end of November 2014, has been designed to test four specific targets on the Bass River property in Nova Scotia. These targets include gravity anomalies NS23, NS23 West, VTEM cluster VT-BR-05 and a magnetite breccia zone within the Pleasant Hills Pluton.
The Pulse EM data for NS-23 and VT-BR-05 has been modeled by independent consultants to the Bass River project. Anomaly NS23, which will be drilled first, is a three (3) mgal gravity anomaly that is coincident with two potential target types – dense magnetic and dense non-magnetic associated with an extensive copper in soils anomaly. This combination of responses is consistent with disseminated copper in the IOCG model and supports the primary thesis of IOCG deposition in the Cobequids. NS23 drilling will be collared to penetrate the gravity anomaly and associated soil geochemistry trend.
The VT-BR-05 target, which will be drilled immediately pursuant to NS23, shows clear definition from VTEM and Pulse EM surveys. The Pulse EM survey over VT-BR-05 has outlined a NW dipping conductive body that is coincident with extensive “B” zone soil anomalies for zinc, lead and silver. The conductor has an indicated strike length of 750 meters and is open along strike to the NE and SW. This Pulse EM conductive response, which confirms the VTEM and soil anomalies and the shear controlled sulphide mineralization found in trenching, now constitutes another primary drill target for investigation.
Field exploration in 2014 has also located a magnetite / hematite breccia zone within the Pleasant Lake Pluton. Hosted within a micro-granite, this target has a surface expression of approximately 750 x 750 meters and lies in a trough between 2 gravity anomalies. Mineralization includes 1-2 % pyrite and chalcopyrite.
“Stakeholder has undertaken systematic review and completed gravity and VTEM surveys, as well as a comprehensive soil sampling program and a Pulse EM survey on the two primary targets identified at Bass River. Results to date are consistent with, and support, IOCG deposition. There are two primary drill targets, NS23 and VT-BR-05, each of which is supported by several levels of geological investigation. We are excited about the upcoming drill program, and our opportunity to prove the thesis of IOCG deposition in the Cobequids of Nova Scotia,” said Chris Berlet, President and CEO of Stakeholder.
“This is a culmination of many years of field work, geophysical surveys and data compilation by the Cogonov Exploration Team including geologists, prospectors, Geophysical Advisors, the Technical Advisory Committee and Management. We are very excited to move the Company forward and bring the Bass River project to drill stage` said PJ. Cruickshank, President and CEO of Cogonov.
Mr. Gary H. Lohman, B.Sc., P.Geo., and a Qualified Person under NI 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical portions of this news release.
 About Cogonov Inc. 
Cogonov is a private resource company focused on the advanced exploration and development of iron oxide copper gold (IOCG) deposits in central Nova Scotia, Canada. Formed for this specific purpose, Cogonov initially acquired 2,651 claims along the Cobequid Chedabucto fault zone, which covered exploration targets previously delineated by Minotaur Exploration Ltd. Australia. These targets were the result of years of fieldwork, including the largest ground based gravity and airborne survey conducted in Eastern Canada.
For more Cogonov Inc. information, please contact: 
PJ. Cruickshank, MBA.
President & CEO
pcruickshank@cogonov.com
647-558-6017
About Stakeholder Gold Corporation.
Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada with the flagship property located in Nova Scotia, Canada. The primary focus of Stakeholder is developing the Bass River Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) project which the company has optioned, and which is located on the Cobequid-Chedabucto Fault Zone (CCFZ) in central Nova Scotia. The property is host to >100 mineral occurrences and small deposits of Iron-Oxide, Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Nickel and Barite. The CCFZ has only recently been recognized as a potential host for IOCG deposit types.
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
For more Stakeholder Gold Corp. information, please contact:
Christopher J. Berlet, CFA
President & CEO
416 525 – 6869
manager@mineralprices.com
Michael Ballanger
Advisory Committee
416 786-5055
mballlanger@stakeholdergold.com

Stakeholder Closes Private Placement and Prepares for Drilling

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (November 21, 2014) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce closing of a non-brokered private placement totalling $641,000 dollars. The private placement consists of $35,000 of flow through financing (issuance of 140,000 units priced at $0.25 with a two year half warrant priced at $0.35) and $606,000 of hard dollar financing (issuance of 3,030,000 units priced at $0.20 with a two year half warrant priced at $0.30). A commission of $1,600 has been paid to Industrial Alliance Securities Inc.

Stakeholder is also pleased to report that a drill has been ordered to the Bass River property, and that drilling is expected to commence by Friday November 28th.

“We are excited about the upcoming program, and our opportunity to prove the thesis of IOCG deposition in the Cobequids of Nova Scotia,” said Chris Berlet, President and CEO.

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation

Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada with the flagship property located in Nova Scotia, Canada. The primary focus of Stakeholder is developing the Bass River Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) project which the company has optioned, and which is located on the Cobequid-Chedabucto Fault Zone (CCFZ) in central Nova Scotia. The property is host to >100 mineral occurrences and small deposits of Iron-Oxide, Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Nickel and Barite. The CCFZ has only recently been recognized as a potential host for IOCG deposit types.

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

For more information, please contact

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA

President & CEO

Stakeholder Gold Corp.

Investor Relations

Michael Ballanger

416 786 – 5055

mballanger@rogers.com

October 16, 2014. Stakeholder Announces Appointment of new CFO and Board Member

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (Oct 16, 2014) – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to report that Robert Lelovic CPA, CA has been appointed as the company’s Chief Financial Officer and has joined the Board as a Director of the Company. Mr. Lelovic replaces Chris Carmichael who has filled these roles during the transition period from exploration in the Yukon to the Bass River project in Nova Scotia.

Mr. Lelovic graduated from York University in 1998 and has been a chartered accountant since 2001. He has extensive experience in public company reporting, corporate governance and compliance. Mr. Lelovic is the president of Robert Lelovic Professional Corporation, a company registered with the Institute of Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario and which is authorized to engage in the profession of public accounting.

 

About Stakeholder Gold Corporation

 

Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with the flagship property in Nova Scotia, Canada.  The primary focus of Stakeholder is developing the Bass River Iron Oxide Copper Gold (IOCG) project which the company has optioned, located on the Cobequid-Chedabucto Fault Zone (CCFZ) in central Nova Scotia, Canada. The property is host to >100 mineral occurrences and small deposits of Iron-Oxide, Copper, Cobalt, Gold, Nickel and Barite, the CCFZ has only recently been recognized as a potential host for these deposit types.

 

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

 

For more information, please contact

 

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA

President & CEO

Stakeholder Gold Corp.

 

 

Investor Relations

Michael Ballanger

416 786 – 5055

mballanger@rogers.com