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    VOL 16,000

    News Release

    ALCHEMIST MINING IDENTIFIES AREA OF INTEREST IN URBAN BARRY MINING CAMP

    Vancouver, British Columbia – (June 1, 2017) – Alchemist Mining Incorporated (CSE: AMS) (“Company” or “Alchemist”) is pleased to announce that the Company has completed a thorough investigation of geologic information on its Aubaine Gold Project, located in the Urban Barry Mining Camp in Northern Quebec, and has identified a high potential exploration target called the Souart Fault Zone.  The deposits in the Urban Barry Gold Camp are associated with a series regional structures (faults) in the Abitibi greenstone rock.

     

    Over the last 12 months, the Urban Barry Gold Camp has emerged as one of Canada’s premier exploration regions, largely as a result of recent discoveries made by Bonterra Resources and the aggressive exploration programs by Osisko Mining, on the Windfall and Barry gold deposit.

    The compilation on the Aubaine Properties considered multiple data sets including historic exploration results, a 2017 high-resolution aeromagnetic dataset, as well as information from current explorers, such as Bonterra Resources (Gladiator Deposit) and Osisko Mining (Lac Windfall Deposit).

    Mr. David Gdanski, President & CEO of Alchemist, said:  “With the new understanding of our project in the Urban Barry Camp in Quebec, we are eager to commence work in the coming weeks.”

    The Souart Fault Zone is comprised of three parallel north-easterly trending faults that completely transect the project. In total, the Aubaine claims host approximately 8 km of prospective structures. An interpretation of the geological data suggests that there may be a potential for a major splay or dilation zone within the Souart Fault Zone, further indicating fertile geology for gold mineralization. This extensive fault system is a local control of mineralization in the Urban Barry greenstone belt and has produced a plethora of gold discoveries (compiled from Quebec government assessment data):

    • 2.4 km to the east is the Souart Deposit, where historical work on the property has identified three district-scale mineralized zones, including the Nubar Zone (with estimated historic non-43-101 compliant resources of 564,000 tonnes at 6.2 g/t Au). The Souart Property is currently being currently explored by Osisko Mining).
    • 3.5 km to the east, the Lac Kent Fault (the middle fault) produced an intersection of 438.3g/t Au and 527.4g/t Ag over 0.21m.
    • 4.0 km to the east, diamond drilling of the Yassa Extension yielded promising intersections of 3.24g/t Au over 0.3m and 2.25g/t Au over 0.4m.
    • 5.0 km to the east, drilling at Lac Christian encountered VMS style mineralization and 12.0g/t Au and 107g/tAg over 1.41m.
    • 6.0 km to the east, diamond drilling at Yassa produced an intersection of 3.74g/t Au over 7.8m.
    • Of note, the Lac Windfall Deposit, which in 2014 was estimated at 748,000 ounces of gold at 8.42 g/t gold in the indicated category, and 860,000 ounces of gold at 7.62 g/t gold in the inferred category, is located approximately 24 km north east along the Souart Fault complex.
    • The closest mineralization reported is the Lac Lapointe showing, located only 500 meters north-east of the northern portion of the Aubaine Property.  The showing is defined by an intersection of semi-massive sulphides that returned 2.35 g/t gold over 0.6 m in drilling.

    The reader is cautioned that, with the exception of the Lac Windfall Deposit, historical estimates reported herein have not been prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 –Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”). Please see disclaimer below.

    Given the nature of the gold discoveries already made on the Souart fault, the Company’s geologic team is focused on investigating for intrusion-related mineralization (atypical greenstone-hosted mineralization) occurring as a lens or a series of northeast trending lenses associated with sulphide replacement.  The Company is in the process of refining its Summer 2017 exploration program to specifically target this style of mineralization and will present further details in the coming weeks.

    The technical contents of this news release have been reviewed by Abby Peterson, P. Geo. Ms. Peterson is registered in the Province of Quebec, is a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 and has approved this news release.

    For further info on the Company, please email dgdanski@gmail.com.

    On Behalf of the Board

    Dave Gdanski, President/CEO
    Alchemist Mining Inc.
    (604) 446-7325

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