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WALKER ANNOUNCES START OF DRILL PROGRAM

July 19, 2017

Vancouver, B.C. July 19, 2017 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that drilling has begun on its wholly owned Lapon Canyon Gold Project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada. (the “Lapon Project”).

The Lapon Project consists of 96 claims (1,940 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the Lapon Project.

Finally, the Company announces it has received TSX Venture Exchange approval for the property purchase agreement with Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (“Nevada Canyon”), previously announced on July 6, 2017. The Company now has 100% ownership of the Lapon Project, subject to a 2% N.S.R royalty payable to previous lease holders and the original owners.

Under terms of the property purchase agreement, the Company acquired Nevada Canyon’s 30% interest in the Lapon Project in exchange for 9,100,000 common shares of the Company and warrants to acquire an additional 11,900,000 common shares. Each warrant is exercisable for a period of five years without further consideration into one common share in the capital of the Company.  The terms of the warrants contain a provision that Nevada Canyon cannot exercise any warrants which would result in it owning 10% or more of the issued and outstanding shares of the Company. All securities issued above are subject to a hold period expiring on November 20, 2017, being four months and one day after closing of the property purchase agreement.

About the Lapon Project

 Previous geological mapping and prospecting on the Lapon Project demonstrated the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization. Drilling in late 2015 and 2016 confirmed this potential.

Drilling highlights (previously announced) included 77.62 g/t Au over 12.2 meters (uncut); 48.02 g/t over 13.7 meters (uncut); 39.17 g/t over 9.2 meters (uncut); among others.

The drill program confirmed the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the project.

The Lapon Project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon Project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built.  Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004).

E.Gauthier, Geol, Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp.
(TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199
Email: info@wrrgold.com
Website: www.wrrgold.com
NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

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July 6, 2017, WALKER INCREASES LAND AND OWNERSHIP AT LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. July 6, 2017 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that it has increased its ownership and land holdings at the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada (the “Lapon Project”).

The Company has completed all requirements set out in the mining lease agreement with the original owners of the Lapon Project (D. Potts Trust) and has proceeded with the buyout of the lease agreement. ($217,000 USD). The original owners retain a 1% N.S.R on the Lapon Project. The claims have been duly registered in the name of the Company’s wholly owned Nevada corporation, Walker River Resources, LLC.

Additionally, Walker has increased its land holdings at the Lapon Project by acquiring through staking, an additional 60 claims covering the strike and dip extensions of the altered and mineralized zones discovered by geological mapping conducted by the Company’s geologists, and confirmed by the 2015 and 2016 drill programs.

The Lapon Project now consists of 96 claims (1,940 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the Lapon Project.

Finally, the Company is also pleased to announce it has increased its ownership of the Lapon Project to 100% by entering into a property purchase agreement with Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (“Nevada Canyon”) to purchase Nevada Canyon’s 30% interest in the Lapon Project.

Under terms of the property purchase agreement, the Company will acquire Nevada Canyon’s 30% interest in the Lapon Project in exchange for 9,100,000 common shares of the Company and warrants to acquire an additional 11,900,000 common shares. Each warrant is exercisable for a period of five years without further consideration into one common share in the capital of the Company.  The terms of the warrants contain a provision that Nevada Canyon cannot exercise any warrants which would result in it owning 10% or more of the issued and outstanding shares of the Company. Closing of the agreement with Nevada Canyon is subject to the acceptance of the TSX Venture Exchange.

About the Lapon Project

 Previous geological mapping and prospecting on the Lapon Project demonstrated the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization. Drilling in late 2015 and 2016 confirmed this potential.

Drilling highlights (previously announced) included 77.62 g/t Au over 12.2 meters (uncut); 48.02 g/t over 13.7 meters (uncut); 39.17 g/t over 9.2 meters (uncut); among others.

The drill program confirmed the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the project.

The Lapon Project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon Project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built.  Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004).

E.Gauthier, Geol, Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has approved the contents of this release.

 

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

May, 2017, WALKER UPDATES EXPLORATION AT LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. May 10, 2017 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to update its exploration program on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

Initial drilling on the property was carried out in 2015 and 2016. Highlights (previously announced in 2016) included RC drill hole LC 16-10 intersecting 77.62 g/t Au (uncut) over 12.2 meters; and 48.02 g/t (uncut) over 13.7 meters; RC drill hole LC 16-12 intersected 39.17 g/t Au (uncut) over 9.2 meters; among other significant results.

The drill program confirmed the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the project.

Because of these significant drill results, the Company has now outlined an additional 20,000 feet of drilling. Drill access, drill road maintenance, and pad emplacement is presently underway, with the Notice Level Exploration Plan Surface Management Notice approved by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Drilling is scheduled to begin in June of this year.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two-stamp mill was built. Further underground work was carried out on the Project in the following years, including the installation of a ball mill and milling facilities.

Finally, the Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Chris Hobbs, CA, as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Hobbs has worked with several public companies, accounting and securities firms in an accounting, management, directorship and CFO role in the past 20 years. Mr. Hobbs is a member of the Chartered Accountants of Ontario and holds a bachelor of business administration degree from the Schulich School of Business at York University.

E.Gauthier, Geol, Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the company and has approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

April 19, 2017, WALKER ANNOUNCES that it intends to complete a non-brokered private placement

Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that it intends to complete a non-brokered private placement of up to 10,000,000 units (the “Units”, and each a “Unit”) at a price of $0.07 per Unit to raise aggregate proceeds of up to $700,000 (the “Private Placement”).  Each Unit shall consist of one common share (the “Share”) and one Share purchase warrant (the “Warrant”), whereby each Warrant shall be exercisable into one Share for a period of two (2) years from closing at a price of $0.12 per Share.

The Warrants shall contain an acceleration provision that, in the event the closing sale price of Walker’s Shares on the TSX Venture Exchange is $0.25 or greater for a period of ten (10) consecutive trading days, then the warrant holders will have thirty (30) days to exercise their warrants; otherwise the warrants will expire on the 31st day.

Proceeds of the private placement will be used for work on the company’s mineral properties and general working capital.

The Company shall pay finder’s fees in respect of subscriptions from investors introduced by finders.  The finder’s fee shall be payable in cash and Warrants equal to 8% of the Units sold to investors introduced by finders.  All securities to be issued in connection with Private Placement shall be subject to a four-month hold period in accordance with applicable securities legislation.  Closing of the Private Placement shall be subject to receipt of acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

November 9th, 2016, WALKER ANNOUNCES DRILL RESULTS FROM LAPON CANYON

Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce results from the reverse circulation (“RC”) drill program on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

Highlights Include:

  • RC drill hole LC 16-10 intersected 77.62 grams per tonne gold over 12.2 meters uncut (15.38 g/t cut) from 54.9 to 67.2 meters.
  • A second zone in RC drill hole LC 16-10 intersected 48.02 grams per tonne gold over 13.7 meters uncut (7.2g/t cut) from 1.5 to 15.2 meters.
  • RC drill hole LC 16-11 intersected 39.17 grams per tonne gold over 9.2 meters uncut (10.5 g/t cut) from 15.2 to 24.4 meters.
Drill Hole From

m

To

m

Length**

m

Assay

(g/tAu) Un Cut

Assay*

(g/tAu) Cut

LC16-10 1.5 15.2 13.7 48.02 7.21
Including 9.1 10.6 1.5 451 34.28
54.9 67.2 12.2 77.62 15.38
Including 54.9 56.4 1.5 227 34.28
61 62.5 1.5 207 34.28
65.5 67 1.5 106 34.28
LC16-12 15.2 24.4 9.2 39.17 10.53
Including 15.2 16.7 1.5 207 34.28
16.7 18.2 1.5 13.55
22.9 24.4 1.5 12.95
LC16-09 13.7 18.3 4.5 9.69
LC15-04 56.5 61 4.5 8.25

*Grades Cut to 34.28g/t Au (1 oz/ton)

**True widths approx. 80% in LC 16-09,10, and 12. 70% in LC 16-04.

RC drill hole’s 9, 10, and 12 were drilled in the Upper Lapon Rose zone in an altered sheared and faulted granodiorite and quartz monozonite porphyry. Alteration consists of sericite,FeOx and MnOx, secondary sulphidization, intruded by a series of flat lying altered quartz porphyry dykes.

RC drill hole LC 15- 04 intersected a mineralized cross fault structure in previously unmineralized diorite.

RC drill hole LC 16-10 was designed to verify the position of previously reported, presently inaccessible mined out area. The drill hole successfully intersected the mined-out stope at the reported location and verified the width at some 8 meters at a depth of 68 meters. It is significant that the gold mineralization encountered in LC 16-10 was encountered from 54.9 to 67.1 meters, only 0.8 meters from the stope.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within vertical en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone, was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 6,000 meters of planned drilling has been outlined, with some 1800 meters completed to date.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two-stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument NI 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

These additional drill results continue to confirm the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the Lapon Project. Further results will be released as available.

Sampling Methodology, Chain of Custody, Quality Control and Quality Assurance

All sampling was conducted under the supervision of the Company’s project geologists and the chain of custody from the drill to the sample preparation facility was continuously monitored. A blank or certified reference material was inserted approximately every tenth sample. The Lapon samples were delivered to ALS Minerals certified laboratory facility in Reno, NV. The samples were crushed, pulverized and the sample pulps digested and analyzed for gold using fire assay fusion and a 50g gravimetric finish. Higher grade samples used a 1kg screen fire assay with screen to 100 microns and 50g gravimetric finish

The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by E. Gauthier, geol., Eng (OIQ) a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

 

 

November 9th, 2016, WALKER ANNOUNCES DRILL RESULTS FROM LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. November 9th, 2016 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”)

is pleased to announce results from the reverse circulation (“RC”) drill program on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

Highlights Include:

  • RC drill hole LC 16-10 intersected 77.62 grams per tonne gold over 12.2 meters uncut (15.38 g/t cut) from 54.9 to 67.2 meters.
  • A second zone in RC drill hole LC 16-10 intersected 48.02 grams per tonne gold over 13.7 meters uncut (7.2g/t cut) from 1.5 to 15.2 meters.
  • RC drill hole LC 16-11 intersected 39.17 grams per tonne gold over 9.2 meters uncut (10.5 g/t cut) from 15.2 to 24.4 meters.
Drill Hole From

m

To

m

Length**

m

Assay

(g/tAu) Un Cut

Assay*

(g/tAu) Cut

LC16-10 1.5 15.2 13.7 48.02 7.21
Including 9.1 10.6 1.5 451 34.28
54.9 67.2 12.2 77.62 15.38
Including 54.9 56.4 1.5 227 34.28
61 62.5 1.5 207 34.28
65.5 67 1.5 106 34.28
LC16-12 15.2 24.4 9.2 39.17 10.53
Including 15.2 16.7 1.5 207 34.28
16.7 18.2 1.5 13.55
22.9 24.4 1.5 12.95
LC16-09 13.7 18.3 4.5 9.69
LC15-04 56.5 61 4.5 8.25

 

*Grades Cut to 34.28g/t Au (1 oz/ton)

**True widths approx. 80% in LC 16-09,10, and 12. 70% in LC 16-04.

 

RC drill hole’s 9, 10, and 12 were drilled in the Upper Lapon Rose zone in an altered sheared and faulted granodiorite and quartz monozonite porphyry. Alteration consists of sericite,FeOx and MnOx, secondary sulphidization, intruded by a series of flat lying altered quartz porphyry dykes.

RC drill hole LC 15- 04 intersected a mineralized cross fault structure in previously unmineralized diorite.

RC drill hole LC 16-10 was designed to verify the position of previously reported, presently inaccessible mined out area. The drill hole successfully intersected the mined-out stope at the reported location and verified the width at some 8 meters at a depth of 68 meters. It is significant that the gold mineralization encountered in LC 16-10 was encountered from 54.9 to 67.1 meters, only 0.8 meters from the stope.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within vertical en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone, was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 6,000 meters of planned drilling has been outlined, with some 1800 meters completed to date.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two-stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument NI 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

These additional drill results continue to confirm the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the Lapon Project. Further results will be released as available.

Sampling Methodology, Chain of Custody, Quality Control and Quality Assurance

All sampling was conducted under the supervision of the Company’s project geologists and the chain of custody from the drill to the sample preparation facility was continuously monitored. A blank or certified reference material was inserted approximately every tenth sample. The Lapon samples were delivered to ALS Minerals certified laboratory facility in Reno, NV. The samples were crushed, pulverized and the sample pulps digested and analyzed for gold using fire assay fusion and a 50g gravimetric finish. Higher grade samples used a 1kg screen fire assay with screen to 100 microns and 50g gravimetric finish

The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by E. Gauthier, geol., Eng (OIQ) a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

August 4th, 2016, WALKER BEGINS EXPLORATION AT LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. August 4th, 2016 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”)

has begun the drill exploration program on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

The 2016 Exploration Program is a continuation of the initial drilling program that began in December of 2015, which was designed to explore the upper portion of the Lapon Rose zone. Previous results included 8.41 g/t Au over 12.2 meters in hole 1 (see P.R. 2/02/16) that included 292 g/t over 1.5 meters.

The initial drill results confirm the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the Project.

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 6,000 meters of planned drilling has been outlined.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

E.Gauthier, Geol, Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the company and has approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

April 19, 2016, WALKER ANNOUNCES UPDATE FROM LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. April 19, 2016 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”)

drill program on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The Company, as announced on Nov. 19, 2015, intends to pursue an aggressive drilling program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 6000 meters of drilling are planned in this initial exploration phase.

The first hole was spudded on Dec. 4, 2015, and to date five holes have been completed. These holes were designed to test the upper portion of the Lapon Rose zone. Assay results have been received from the first three holes.

Highlights include (see news releases 02-02-16 and 03-23-16) 8.4 g/t over 19.8 meters in RC drill hole LC 15-01, 7.84 g/t over 22.9 meters in RC drill hole LC 15-02, and 7.62 g/t over 18.3 meters in RC drill hole LC 15-03.

Geological logging has now been completed on holes 4 and 5.

Drilling is scheduled to resume in late May.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 6,000 meters of planned drilling has been outlined, with the initial drilling (760 meters) completed in December 2015.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

The initial drill results confirm the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the Lapon Project. Further results will be released as available.

Sampling Methodology, Chain of Custody, Quality Control and Quality Assurance

All sampling was conducted under the supervision of the Company’s project geologists and the chain of custody from the drill to the sample preparation facility was continuously monitored. A blank or certified reference material was inserted approximately every tenth sample. The Lapon samples were delivered to ALS Minerals certified laboratory facility in Reno, NV. The samples were crushed, pulverized and the sample pulps digested and analyzed for gold using fire assay fusion and a 50g gravimetric finish. Higher grade samples used a 1kg screen fire assay with screen to 100 microns and 50g gravimetric finish

The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by E. Gauthier, geol., Eng (OIQ) a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

March 23, 2016,WALKER ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL DRILL RESULTS FROM LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. March 23, 2016 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”)

is pleased to announce results from the reverse circulation (“RC”) drill program on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The initial drill program was designed to test the upper portion of the Lapon Rose zone. RC drill hole LC-15-03 tested the continuity of the gold mineralization discovered in RC drill hole LC15-02 (7.84 g/t Au over 22.3 meters, previously announced on 02-02-16), and was drilled approximately 30 meters below RC drill hole LC 15-02, at the eastern contact of the upper shear zone.

RC drill hole LC-15-03 intersected 7.62 g/t Au over 19.8 meters.

Drill Hole From

m

To

m

Length*

m

Assay

(g/t Au)

LC 15-03 7.6 25.9 18.3 7.62
Including 13.7 15.2 1.5 22.3
Including 19.8 21.3 1.5 21.1

 

*True widths approx. 65% in LC 15-03

 

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 6,000 meters of planned drilling has been outlined, with the initial drilling (760 meters) completed in December 2015.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

The initial drill results confirm the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the Lapon Project. Further results will be released as available.

Sampling Methodology, Chain of Custody, Quality Control and Quality Assurance

All sampling was conducted under the supervision of the Company’s project geologists and the chain of custody from the drill to the sample preparation facility was continuously monitored. A blank or certified reference material was inserted approximately every tenth sample. The Lapon samples were delivered to ALS Minerals certified laboratory facility in Reno, NV. The samples were crushed, pulverized and the sample pulps digested and analyzed for gold using fire assay fusion and a 50g gravimetric finish. Higher grade samples used a 1kg screen fire assay with screen to 100 microns and 50g gravimetric finish

The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by E. Gauthier, geol., Eng (OIQ) a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

Feb 2, 2016,WALKER ANNOUNCES INITIAL DRILL RESULTS FROM LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. Feb 2, 2016 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”)

pleased to announce initial results from the first two reverse circulation (“RC”) drill holes on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada. The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property. The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon. The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters. The first two RC drill holes were designed to test the upper portion of the Lapon Rose zone Key highlights of these initial results include:

 

  • RC drill hole LC 15-01 intersected 1.5m of 292 g/t Au at a depth of 18.3m-19.3m. RC hole LC 15-02 intersected 1.5m of 66.8g/t Au at a depth of 30.5m-32m, including 1.5m of 43.7g/t Au at a depth of 50.3m-51.8m.

 

Drill Hole From

m

To

m

Length**

m

Assay*

(g/t Au)

LC 15-01 7.6 19.8 12.2 8.41
Including 18.3 19.3 1.5 292.0*
LC 15-02 30.5 53.4 22.9 7.84
Including 30.5 32 1.5 66.8*
Including 50.3 51.8 1.5 43.7*

 

*Grades cut to 34.28g/t Au (1 oz/ton)

**True widths approx. 65% in LC 15-01 1 and 70% in LC 15-02. Drill-hole LC 15-01 was directed to the west to test the western fault contact of the shear zone some 175 meters west of the old workings. Drill-hole LC 15-02 was directed to the east to test the eastern contact of the shear zone and was located some 150 meters from Drill-hole LC15 01. The 2015 Exploration Program began in April and since that date significant exploration progress has been made. Within the upper Lapon Rose Zone, gold mineralization in the form of Visible Gold has been noted in two different locations within the upper adit. The initial drill results confirm the potential for the emplacement of significant gold mineralization on the Project. Additional results from the initial 2015 drill program will be released as they become available.

 

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 6,000 meters of planned drilling has been outlined, with the initial drilling (760 meters) completed in December 2015.

 

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. Approximately 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

 

Sampling Methodology, Chain of Custody, Quality Control and Quality Assurance All sampling was conducted under the supervision of the Company’s project geologists and the chain of custody from the drill to the sample preparation facility was continuously monitored. A blank or certified reference material was inserted approximately every tenth sample. The Lapon samples were delivered to ALS Minerals certified laboratory facility in Reno, NV. The samples were crushed, pulverized and the sample pulps digested and analyzed for gold using fire assay fusion and a 50g gravimetric finish. Higher grade samples used a 1kg screen fire assay with screen to 100 microns and 50g gravimetric finish The scientific and technical content and interpretations contained in this news release have been reviewed, verified and approved by E. Gauthier, geol., Eng (OIQ) a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

December 4th, 2015, WALKER ANNOUNCES START OF DRILL PROGRAM

Vancouver, B.C. December 4th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that drilling has begun on the Lapon Canyon Gold Project , located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon. Notably, this mine is within Porphyry.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

The 2015 Exploration Program began in April, since that date significant exploration progress has been made. Within the upper Lapon Rose Zone, gold mineralization in the form of Visible Gold has been noted in two different locations within the upper adit.

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 20 000 feet of planned drilling has been outlined with an initial 6 drill holes (3000 feet) spotted with drill pads completed.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon at the Lapon Rose zone, and access to the site in those years was extremely difficult, indicating that the mine was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon trail. About 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work

was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

November 19th, 2015, WALKER ANNOUNCES START OF DRILL PROGRAM

Vancouver, B.C. November 19th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that the drilling program will begin on Dec. 1, 2015 on the Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon. Notably, this mine is within Porphyry.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

The 2015 Exploration Program began in April, since that date significant exploration progress has been made. Within the upper Lapon Rose Zone, gold mineralization in the form of Visible Gold has been noted in two different locations within the upper adit.

Walker along with its partner, Nevada Canyon Gold Corp. (see news release 09-16-15) intend to pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 20 000 feet of planned drilling has been outlined with an initial 6 drill holes (3000 feet) spotted with drill pads completed.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon at the Lapon Rose zone, and access to the site in those years was extremely difficult, indicating that the mine was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon trail. About 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work

was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

Sept 16th, 2015, WALKER SIGNS AGREEMENT

Vancouver, B.C.Sept 16th – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that it has signed a letter of intent (“LOI”) with Nevada Canyon Gold Corp., (“Nevada Canyon”) is pleased to announce that it entered into an Exploration Agreement with Option form a Joint Venture on its wholly owned Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada, with Nevada Canyon Gold Corp., a private Nevada company.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon. Notably, this mine is within Porphry.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

The 2015 Exploration Program began in April, since that date significant exploration progress has been made. Within the upper Lapon Rose Zone, gold mineralization in the form of Visible Gold has been noted in two different locations within the upper adit.

Walker River entered into an “LOI” with Nevada Canyon (see news release August 13, 2015) and has now completed a definitive Exploration Agreement with Option to form a Joint Venture. Nevada Canyon will have an option to acquire an initial 25% of the Lapon project for US$250,000 (CDN$325,000) of exploration expenditures within a one year period. An option to acquire a further 25% for an additional US$250,000 (CDN$325,000) of exploration on or before the second anniversary. Following which, a 50/50 joint venture will be formed between Walker River and Nevada Canyon. After formation of the joint venture, Walker River will grant Nevada Canyon a Right of First Refusal (“ROFR”) to earn an additional 20% in the Lapon project by completing the following: an equity investment of US$1,000,000

in Walker River; funding and delivering a complete scoping study on the project; and carrying US$500,000 of post scoping joint venture expenditures pertaining to Walker. Nevada Canyon may accelerate any of the above earn-in periods at its option. Walker shall be the operator of the exploration.

With the completed Exploration and Option Agreement, Walker will pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 20 000 feet of planned drilling has been outlined with an initial 6 drill holes (3000 feet) spotted with drill pads completed. Drilling is planned to begin on or about Sept. 20, 2015.

In addition, Walker River and Nevada Canyon’s strategic alliance will benefit from a mutual Right of First Refusal on exploration projects and acquisitions between both companies going forward. This alliance will not only allow Walker to carry out significant work on the Lapon project but identify and pursue further project acquisitions.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon at the Lapon Rose zone, and access to the site in those years was extremely difficult, indicating that the mine was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon trail. About 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton. (National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

August 13th, 2015, WALKER SIGNS LETTER OF INTENT AND PROVIDES UPDATE ON THE LAPON CANYON PROJECT

Vancouver, B.C. August 13th – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that it has signed a letter of intent (“LOI”) with Nevada Canyon Gold Corp., (“Nevada Canyon”) a private Nevada company, to enter into an Exploration Agreement with Option form a Joint Venture on its wholly owned Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The Lapon Project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wassuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon. Notably, this mine is within Porphry.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

The 2015 Exploration Program began in April, since that date significant exploration progress has been made. Within the upper Lapon Rose Zone, gold mineralization in the form of Visible Gold has been noted in two different locations within the upper adit.

Walker River has entered into an “LOI” with Nevada Canyon to negotiate a definitive Exploration Agreement with Option to form a Joint Venture. Nevada Canyon will have an option to acquire an initial 25% of the Lapon project for US$250,000 (CDN$325,000) of exploration expenditures within a one year period. An option to acquire a further 25% for an additional US$250,000 (CDN$325,000) of exploration on or before the second anniversary. Following which, a 50/50 joint venture will be formed between Walker River and Nevada Canyon. After formation of the joint venture, Walker River will grant Nevada Canyon a Right of First Refusal (“ROFR”) to earn an additional 20% in the Lapon project by completing

the following: an equity investment of US$1,000,000 in Walker River; funding and delivering a complete scoping study on the project; and carrying US$500,000 of post scoping joint venture expenditures pertaining to Walker. Nevada Canyon may accelerate any of the above earn-in periods at its option. Walker shall be the operator of the exploration.

Both parties expect to execute an exploration agreement with option to form a joint venture to replace the LOI within the next 30 days.

With the completed Exploration and Option Agreement, Walker will pursue an aggressive drill program on this well located, highly prospective gold project. Some 20 000 feet of planned drilling has been outlined with an initial 6 drill holes (3000 feet) spotted with drill pads completed. Drilling is planned to begin on or about Sept. 20, 2015.

In addition, Walker River and Nevada Canyon’s strategic alliance will benefit from a mutual Right of First Refusal on exploration projects and acquisitions between both companies going forward. This alliance will not only allow Walker to carry out significant work on the Lapon project but identify and pursue further project acquisitions.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon at the Lapon Rose zone, and access to the site in those years was extremely difficult, indicating that the mine was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon trail. About 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

July 15th, 2015, All Resolutions Passed at Annual General Meeting

Vancouver, B.C. July 15th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that all resolutions tabled at the Company`s Annual and Special Meeting on Monday July 13, 2015, were approved by the shareholders.

The Company`s newly elected board of directors and management team consists of Mr. Michel David, President, CEO, and Director, Mr. Eugene Gauthier, geol. Eng. (OIQ), CFO, Corporate Secretary, and Director, Mr. Thomas Schuster, Director, and Mr. Denis St. Hilaire, Director.

The Company would also like to thank past director Mr. Quinn Field-Dyte for his past efforts on behalf of the Company.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

June 9th, 2015, Walker Announces Lapon Canyon Exploration And Drilling Update

Vancouver, B.C. June 9th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce it has progressed with its exploration drilling campaign on Walker’s wholly owned Lapon Canyon gold project, located approximately 60 kilometres southeast of Yerington, Nevada.

The Lapon Project consists of 35 claims (720 acres) situated in the Wasuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A state grid power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property.

The Lapon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 kilometre wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno, Nevada. Within this trend, numerous gold, silver, and copper mines are located, notably the historic Comstock Lode mines in Virginia City, the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of some one million ounces, as well as the Anaconda open pit copper mine in Yerington. Nevada Copper’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 kilometres north of Lapon. Notably, this mine is within Porphry.

The Lapon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker trend, analogous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered (sericite, iron oxides) with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures have been discovered at Lapon, and at least two can be traced for over four kilometers. Gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults. At least one of these shear zones, the Lapon Rose zone was the site of underground development, and shows a minimum strike length of 4 kilometers, has a width of over 60 meters and has a vertical extent of at least 650 meters.

Exploration work began in April and since that date, significant exploration progress has been made. Within the upper Lapon Rose Zone, gold mineralization in the form of Visible Gold has been noted in two different locations within the upper adit.

Samples within this adit were taken for rock identification purposes. The intense alteration and shearing makes on site identification difficult. The samples were cut and studied using a microscope confirming that the in situ rock is Porphry, in all probabilities, a quart monzonite intrusive. Copper mineraization, in the form of malachite and chalcopyrite has also been discovered within the Lapon rose zone.

A newly discovered shear/altered zone was discovered some 600 meters east of the Lapon Rose. Evidence of mining activities within this previously unknown zone were discovered with evidence of a collapsed mine portal.

Finally, another shear zone, some 1000 meters west of the Lapon Rose zone, shows intense iron oxide mineralization and silicification, with the presence of a previously unknown adit into the center of this new zone.

The drill access roads and all drill pad construction are complete, including the sourcing of sufficient water on site for drilling purposes. Six holes have been spotted, with planned lengths varying from 150 to 400 meters.

Small scale high grade mining began on the project in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon at the Lapon Rose zone, and access to the site in those years was extremely difficult, indicating that the mine was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon trail. About 600 meters of drifts and raises were developed from two adits and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton National Instrument 43-101, Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

Surface sampling by Walker returned a value of 0.398 ounces per ton gold in altered and sheared rock from the upper Lapon Rose zone.

E. Gauthier, Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the company and has reviewed the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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April 14th, 2015, WALKER CLOSES NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Vancouver, B.C. April 14th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces it has closed its non-brokered private placement previously announced on April 9, 2015, for gross proceeds of $150,000.00.

The non-brokered private placement consisted of 3 million units at a price of five cents per unit. Each unit consists of one common share and one share purchase warrant. Each full warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of the company at a price of five cents for a period of two years following the closing date.

All securities issued above are subject to a hold period expiring on August 14, 2015, being four months and one day after closing of the private placement.

Proceeds of the private placement will be used for work on the company’s mineral properties and for general working capital. The Private Placement is subject to TSX Venture Exchange final acceptance.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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April 9th, 2015, WALKER ARRANGES NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Vancouver, B.C. April 9th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces it is arranging a non-brokered private placement.

The Company is arranging a non-brokered private placement of up to 3 million units at a price of five cents per unit to raise gross proceeds of up to $150,000. Each unit will consist of one common share and share purchase warrant. Each full warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of the company at a price of five cents for a period of two years following the closing date.

Proceeds of the placement will be used for work on the company’s mineral properties and for general working capital.

The private placement is subject to the acceptance of the TSX Venture Exchange. All securities issued under the private placement will be subject to a four month hold period.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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March 24th, 2015, WALKER RIVER’S ANNOUNCES DRILL PROGRAM START-UP

Vancouver, B.C. March 24th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce the start-up of its exploration drilling campaign on its wholly owned Lapon Canyon Gold project, located approximately 60 kilometers south of Yerington, Nevada.

Walker’s initial drill program will target potential high grade gold mineralization in large cross cutting shear and alteration structures and down dip extensions of previously mined (1930’s) high grade gold mineralization. On site activities are scheduled to begin in mid-April 2015. Results and compilation from this initial drill program will be utilized in the planning of a follow up drilling program.

The Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) located approximately 60 kilometers south of Yerington, Nevada, in the Wasuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometers). A power transmission line passes within three kilometers of the property.

The Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 km wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past producing historic Comstock lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about one million ounces. Nevada Copper Corp.’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 km north of Lapon Canyon.

The Lapon Canyon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker Trend, analagous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures can be seen in Lapon Canyon, and two can be traced over 4 km.

The gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults.

Small scale high grade gold mining began in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon and at that time it was extremely difficult to access, indicating that the mineralization was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon. About 600 meters of drifts were developed and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton (NI 43-101 Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

Surface sampling by Walker returned a result of 0.398 ounces per ton gold (see news release Jan 9, 2014)

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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March 4th, 2015, WALKER CLOSES NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Vancouver, B.C. March 4th, 2015 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces it has closed its non-brokered private placement previously announced on December 17, 2014, for gross proceeds of $300,000.00.

The non-brokered private placement consisted of 15 million units at a price of two cents per unit. Each unit consists of one common share and one half of a full share purchase warrant. Each full warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of the company at a price of five cents for a period of two years following the closing date.

The Company has paid $ 14,400.00 cash in commissions on the private placement, along with 720,000 non-transferable finder’s warrants, each entitling its holder to acquire one common share at $0.05 for a 24-month period after closing of the private placement. All securities issued above are subject to a hold period expiring on June 28, 2015, being four months and one day after closing of the private placement.

The private placement was conducted in accordance with the TSX-V bulletin dated April 7, 2014, Discretionary Waivers of five-cent Minimum Pricing Requirement. Net proceeds of the private placement are proposed to be used, in part, towards payment of third party indebtedness, together with general and administrative expenses, including accounting, audit and legal fees, as well as exploration and development expenses. Up to $25,500 of the proceeds will be used towards related party expense payments.

The Private Placement is subject to TSX Venture Exchange final acceptance.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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December 17, 2014, WALKER ARRANGES NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Vancouver, B.C. December 17, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces it is arranging a non-brokered private placement.

The Company is arranging a non-brokered private placement of up to 15 million units at a price of two cents per unit to raise gross proceeds of up to $300,000. Each unit will consist of one common share and one half of a full share purchase warrant. Each full warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of the company at a price of five cents for a period of two years following the closing date.

The private placement is subject to the acceptance of the TSX Venture Exchange. All securities issued under the private placement will be subject to a four month hold period. Finders’ fees may be payable in connection with the private placement.

The private placement is being conducted in accordance with the TSX-V bulletin dated April 7, 2014, Discretionary Waivers of five-cent Minimum Pricing Requirement.

Net proceeds of the private placement are proposed to be used, in part, towards payment of third party indebtedness, together with general and administrative expenses, including accounting, audit and legal fees, as well as exploration and development expenses. Up to $25,500 of the proceeds will be used towards related party expense payments.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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December 2nd, 2014, WALKER ACQUIRES JAMES BAY GOLD PROJECT

Vancouver, B.C. December 2nd, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement to acquire a 100% ownership in a gold exploration project in NW Quebec.

The property, consisting of 22 claims comprising approximately 1171 hectares, is located in the James Bay region, some 330 km north of Chibougamau in the Quebec Government`s Plan Nord territory. The Quebec government`s ambitious Plan Nord project included the construction of a 240 km all season road to access and develop the Stornaway Renard diamond project, and in 2014 this road access resulted in the discovery of mineralized, rusted, and angular float boulders, with assays up to 142.5 gms/ton gold (ref: Press Release Visible Gold Mines Inc., 2014-11-04).

The new Walker River property is located some 13km northeast along glaciation strike (up ice direction) of the discovery of this mineralized float rock. Geology consists of the presence of the large sedimentary Otish Basin overlying Archean Basement rocks. The Otish Basin consists of sub horizontal strata covering an area 120 km long by 60 km wide. The older rocks of the area are Archean gneisses of the Opatica sub province, part of the Superior province. The gneisses enclose greenstone belts composed of amphibolites, mafic meta volcanites and associated volcanoclastites. This geological environment is highly prospective for precious and base metal deposits.

Walker River can acquire a 100% ownership in the property by the issuance of 1.6 million shares to 6645488 Canada Inc. and 400,000 shares to Services Geologiques T-Rex Inc. The vendors retain a total royalty of 1% NSR, which can be repurchased at any time for $ 500,000.00

This transaction is subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.

This acquisition adds to the company`s gold project portfolio, which now consists of a project in Nevada and one in Quebec.

The company`s Nevada Lapon Canyon gold property, is located within the Walker Lane tectonic Trend, some 60 km southeast of Yerington. As previously announced, the company has received its drilling permit from the BLM, with the initial planned drill program targeting potential high grade gold mineralization in cross cutting shear structures.

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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September 15, 2014, WALKER DIRECTOR RESIGNS

Vancouver, B.C. September 15, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces that, Mr. Jerry Minni has tendered his resignation as a director and officer of the Company.

The Company wishes to thank Mr. Minni, and greatly appreciated his work, efforts, and diligence on behalf of the company.

We wish him the best of success in his future endeavors.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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August 25, 2014, WALKER CLARIFIES THAT IT CANNOT PURSUE FONDAWAY CANYON PROJECT

Vancouver, B.C. August 25, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces that, as a result of a further review by the British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC), the Company is issuing this news release to provide additional clarification regarding the Company’s previous disclosures on the Fondaway Canyon and Dixie-Comstock gold properties.

The Company signed a binding letter agreement with Hale Capital Partners (“Hale”) of New York, (as announced in the Company’s news release dated April 8, 2013) for the rights to acquire 100% of the Fondaway Canyon and Dixie-Comstock gold properties located in Churchill County, Nevada (“Fondaway Project”). The Company also mentioned the Fondaway Project in its management discussion and analysis for the interim period ended May 31, 2013 (filed on July 29, 2013).

During the Company’s initial due diligence on the Fondaway Project, property ownership and title discrepancies were discovered. The Company informed Hale of the ownership issues and was advised by Hale, the title of the claims were in the process of being approved for transfer to Hale, by the Supreme Court of the State of New York, as a settlement agreement, in legal actions commenced against the previous owners of the properties by Hale. The Company subsequently ceased any further due diligence and did not direct further resources towards the Fondaway Project, until Hale could provide clear title to the properties. Hale had always maintained to the Company, up until March, 2014 it could deliver clear title to the properties.

During the BCSC’s recent review, it was brought to the Company’s attention that the Fondaway Canyon and Dixie-Comstock gold properties were sold on August 15, 2013, as disclosed by news release by the previous owners, to a new purchaser, with Hale signing a release and settlement approving the sale to the new purchaser. The Company maintains it was not aware nor was ever informed by Hale, of the property sales to the new purchaser. Therefore, in light of these matters, the Company cannot pursue the Fondaway project because the purported vendor (Hale) no longer had rights to the project from August 2013 onwards.

Company management along with its legal counsel will review its position on these matters in order to determine legal rights that may be available to it.

The Company is focusing its current energies on its Lapon Canyon Gold project, located approximately 60 kilometers south of Yerington, Nevada.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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August 8, 2014, WALKER UPDATES WEBSITE TO CLARIFY DISCLOSURE

Vancouver, B.C. August 8, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces that, as a result of a review by the British Columbia Securities Commission, the Company is issuing this news release to revise and clarify certain of its previous disclosure contained in a corporate presentation posted on its website.

In the corporate presentation on the Fondaway Canyon Project Highlights slide, the Company incorrectly stated “the Fondaway Canyon Project was 100% owned.” However, pursuant to a binding letter agreement signed with Hale Capital Partners of New York (as announced in the Company’s news release dated April 8, 2013) the Company does not own the Fondaway Canyon and Dixie-Comstock gold properties located in Churchill County, Nevada (the “Fondaway Project”), only a right to acquire 100% of the Fondaway Project.

The Company retracts such disclosure and has removed the same from its website as the Company has decided not to proceed with pursuing the Fondaway Project at this time.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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July 8, 2014, WALKER RIVER WARRANTS EXERCISED

Vancouver, B.C. July 8, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce 1,000,000 Common Shares were issued by the Company through warrant exercise for total proceeds of $50,000.00.

On May 21, 2014 the company announced the re pricing of a total of 17,591,666 share purchase warrants to an exercise price of $0.05. The new warrants carry a forced conversion provision whereby if the closing price for the company`s shares is 6.5 cents or greater for 10 consecutive trading days, then the warrant holders will have 30 days to exercise their warrants, otherwise they will expire on the 31st day.

The company continues with the planning on its upcoming diamond drill program on its wholly owned Lapon Canyon Gold project, located approximately 60 kilometers south of Yerington, Nevada. The company previously announced on June 19 that it had received its drilling permit from the Bureau of Land Management.

Walker’s initial planned diamond drill core program will target potential high grade gold mineralization in cross cutting shear structures. Results and compilation from this initial drill program will be utilized in the planning of a follow up diamond drilling program.

The Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) located approximately 60 kilometers south of Yerington, Nevada, in the Wasuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometers). A power transmission line passes within three kilometers of the property.

The Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 km wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past producing historic Comstock lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about one million ounces. Nevada Copper Corp.’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, (981000 ounces gold, 34 million ounces silver, 5.4 billion pounds copper) is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 km north of Lapon Canyon.

The Lapon Canyon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker Trend, analagous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures can be seen in Lapon Canyon, and two can be traced over 4 km.

The gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults.

Small scale high grade gold mining began in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon and at that time it was extremely difficult to access, indicating that the mineralization was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon. About 600 meters of drifts were developed and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton (NI 43-101 Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

Surface sampling by Walker returned a result of 0.398 ounces per ton gold (see news release Jan 9, 2014)

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com

 

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June 19, 2014, WALKER RIVER RECEIVES DRILL PERMIT

Vancouver, B.C. June 19, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce it has received a drilling permit from the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for an upcoming drill program on its wholly owned Lapon Canyon Gold project, located approximately 60 kilometers south of Yerington, Nevada.

Walker’s initial planned diamond drill core program will target potential high grade gold mineralization in cross cutting shear structures. Results and compilation from this initial drill program will be utilized in the planning of a follow up diamond drilling program.

The Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres) located approximately 60 kilometers south of Yerington, Nevada, in the Wasuk Range, easily accessible by secondary state roads from the main highway (25 kilometers). A power transmission line passes within three kilometers of the property.

The Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100 km wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past producing historic Comstock lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about one million ounces. Nevada Copper Corp.’s new mine, Pumpkin Hollow, (981,000 ounces gold, 34 million ounces silver, 5.4 billion pounds copper) is also located within the Wasuk Range about 25 km north of Lapon Canyon.

The Lapon Canyon project is cut by a series of steeply dipping cross fault structures cutting across the Walker Trend, analagous to other cross fault structures responsible for many gold and base metal deposits in the world. These faults are heavily sheared and altered with abundant silica. They vary in width from 60 to 300 meters. Four of these structures can be seen in Lapon Canyon, and two can be traced over 4 km.

The gold mineralization is located within en echelon structures within these faults.

Small scale high grade gold mining began in 1914. The mine area was at the top of the canyon and at that time it was extremely difficult to access, indicating that the mineralization was rich enough to drag equipment and supplies up a steep canyon. About 600 meters of drifts were developed and a two stamp mill was built. Further limited underground work was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton (NI 43-101 Montgomery and Barr, 2004)

Surface sampling by Walker returned a result of 0.398 ounces per ton gold (see news release Jan 9, 2014)

E.Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ) acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com

 

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May 27, 2014, WALKER APPOINTS NEW DIRECTOR

Vancouver, B.C. May 27, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Thomas Shuster, B.Sc.,geology to the Board of Directors.

Mr. Shuster has over 20 years of experience in the mining and exploration industries. He started his career in the Timmins mining camp of Northern Ontario where he worked for a number of companies including Outokumpu Mines. He subsequently worked at the Northern Miner, travelling to, and reporting on, a wide variety of grassroots to production level projects throughout the world.

His above experience built a foundation for his later work as a Mining Analyst with investment firms including Fraser Mckenzie, Pathfinder Asset Management, and most recently Jordan Capital Markets. Mr. Shuster has an extensive knowledge of junior mining exploration and equity markets, he has created his own Equity Research Report which he distributes to industry brokerage firms.

Walker River`s president and CEO stated: “Thomas will bring a wealth of valuable insight to the Board. His geological, financial, and marketing experience will be a valuable asset as we move towards the exploration drilling at our Lapon Canyon project.”

In other news, on May 21, 2014 the Company received TSX Exchange approval on the re-pricing of 14.1 million warrants expiring Aug. 23, 2018 and 2,591,666 warrants expiring Feb. 20 2015, to an exercise price of $0.05. The warrants are subject to forced conversion clause whereby if the share price trade at $0.065 for 10 consecutive days. The warrants must be exercised within 30 days. If not exercised the warrants are cancelled on the 31st day

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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May 14, 2014, WALKER APPLIES TO THE TSX VENTURE EXCHANGE FOR WARRANT RE-PRICING AND CANCELS STOCK OPTIONS

Vancouver, B.C. May 14, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) proposes to amend and re-price an aggregate of 17,591,666 warrants (the “Warrants”) and cancel 2,838,750 stock options.

The Company proposes to reduce the exercise price of the following warrants, 15,000,000 warrants from $0.10 per share to $0.05 per share, exercisable until August 23, 2018, 1,730,000 warrants from $0.15 per share to $0.05 per share, exercisable until February 25, 2015, 861,666 warrants from $0.25 per share to $0.05 per share, exercisable until February 25, 2015, all of the amended warrants are subject to TSX Venture Exchange (the “Exchange”) acceptance.

In accordance with Exchange policy, the exercise period of the re-priced warrants will be reduced to 30 days if, for any ten consecutive trading days during the unexpired term of the warrants the closing price of the Company’s listed shares exceeds $0.0625.

The Company is also cancelling 888,750 stock options originally granted on March 20, 2012, exercisable at a price of $0.15, 450,000 stock options originally granted on March 14, 2013, exercisable at a price of $0.14, 1,500,000 stock options originally granted on September 3, 2013, exercisable at a price of $0.15. The above stock options were granted to certain officers, directors and consultants, subject to the terms of the company’s stock option plan and regulatory approval.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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March 27, 2014, WALKER INCREASES INTEREST IN SLEEPER LAPON CANYON

Vancouver, B.C. March 27, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that it has increased its interest in the Sleeper Lapon Canyon lease and property to 100%, effectively removing District Gold Inc. and World Ventures Inc. as parties to the agreement.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres-292 hectares), situated about 60 kilometres south of Yerington, Nev., in the Wasuk Range easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past-producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past-producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about 1.0 million ounces, located 30 kilometres southwest of the project.

The new Nevada Copper gold-copper mine, is located some 30 kilometres north of the project also within the Wasuk Range. (Pumpkin Hollow, 981, 000 ounces gold, 34 million ounces silver, 5.4 billion pounds copper)

An original agreement was signed with District Gold Inc. and World Ventures Inc. for the acquisition of 75% of the Lapon Canyon project, under lease to D.R. Potts (Deceased).

As it has been determined that both District and World Ventures could not deliver the lease as stipulated, they have entered into a Release Agreement, whereby District and World Ventures, fully release and discharge Walker from the original agreement.

In consideration of the Release, Walker has agreed to issue to District 100,000 common shares, and to World Ventures 100,000 shares. On or about February 28, 2015 an additional 50,000 shares each will be issued to both parties.

In addition District and World Ventures retain a 0.5% N.S.R. respectively.

100% of the Sleeper Lapon Canyon lease has been transferred to and registered in the name of Walker River Resources Corp.

Concurrent with increasing our interest, the company has also entered into an agreement with the leaseholder removing all work commitments during the term of the lease in lieu of issuing 200 000 shares of the Company each year for the term of the lease (4 years). Lease payments are $13500.00 quarterly and the lease may be cancelled and 100% of the property purchased at any time for $400 000.00. Lease payments made prior to the buyout are credited to the final payment. The lease is valid till March 1 2017. The leaseholder retains a 0.5% NSR.

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein-type gold mineralization on the Sleeper claims. Approximately 600 metres of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of high grade vein-type structures. From 1914 to 1924, a two-stamp mill was erected, and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald, 1994, National Instrument 43-101 report dated Feb. 15, 2004, by Dr. J.H. Montgomery, PE eng, and N. Barr, BSc).

Initial geology and exploration work by Walker began in September under the supervision of Mr. Tom Evans MSc geology, a registered geologist with over 40 years of experience in the Western United States and Mexico.

Results show that the gold mineralization is located within steeply, dipping, sheared and altered cross fault structures crossing the Walker Lane Trend.

A grab sample taken near the entrance to the old mine adit returned a value of 0.398 ounces per ton gold (12.8 grams) (treated at ALS/Chemex Labs), and consisted of altered and sheared rock containing quartz and sulphides. (see news release January 9, 2014)

E. Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ), acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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January 29, 2014, WALKER PROVIDES UPDATE FROM SLEEPER-LAPON CANYON GOLD PROJECT

Vancouver, B.C. January 29, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce an update to its Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold exploration project.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres-292 hectares), situated about 60 kilometres south of Yerington, Nev., in the Wasuk Range easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past-producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past-producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about 1.0 million ounces, located 30 kilometres southwest of the project.

The new Nevada Copper gold-copper mine, is located some 30 kilometres north of the project also within the Wasuk Range. (Pumpkin Hollow, 981, 000 ounces gold, 34 million ounces silver, 5.4 billion pounds copper)

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein-type gold mineralization on the Sleeper claims. Approximately 600 metres of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of high grade vein-type structures. From 1914 to 1924, a two-stamp mill was erected, and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald, 1994, National Instrument 43-101 report dated Feb. 15, 2004, by Dr. J.H. Montgomery, Ph D., P. Eng, and N. Barr, BSc).

Initial geology and exploration work by Walker began in September under the supervision of Mr. Tom Evans MSc geology, a registered geologist with over 40 years of experience in the Western United States and Mexico.

Results show that the gold mineralization is located within steeply, dipping, sheared and altered cross fault structures crossing the Walker Lane Trend.

In addition to the discovery of gold mineralization on site (0.398 ounces per ton; 12.8 grams per ton) previously announced (see news release 01/09/2014), the company announces the unanticipated discovery of a rare earth element.

During the course of its whole rock geochemistry study (used to define geological parameters such as rock types, alteration chacteristics, structure, and so on) 5 of 5 samples, taken in different areas across and within the shear zone returned significant anomalous values for Scandium.

Four samples retuned values from 3.4 to 4.2 ppm, with one returning 1.5 ppm. Scandium is used in aluminum alloys for high performance materials and in the aerospace industry.

The company also previously announced (see news release 01/09/2014) the discovery of previously unknown copper mineralization on the project, associated within pegmatitic rock, indicative of porphyry type mineralization

The upper alteration structure, the site of the previous mining activities, has a width of some 100 meters. The strike length is presently unknown, but evidence suggests that the zones may continue within the Wasuk Range over significant lengths. The only previous exploration work was carried out in the early 1990’s, by Teck and Huntington Resources and consisted of shallow surface trenching and shallow generally vertical drilling into the vertical shear zone. Lower grade gold mineralization (0.06 to 0.17 ounces per ton gold) was reported across the width of the alteration zone.

The high grade gold mineralization appears to be associated with steeply dipping lenticular zones, lying within the alteration zones, in an en echelon boundinage type structure, analogous to other structurally controlled gold deposits (Carlin Trend, Cadillac Break in Quebec, Ontario)

Finally we have been able to discover three other alteration, shear structures on the project, with the same type characteristics.

The original gold discovery dates to the early 1900’s, when prospectors discovered placer gold at the outlet of the Lapon Creek, at the base of the Wasuk Mountain Range. Another apparent gold placer installation was located at the top of the mountain range at the headwaters of the Lapon Creek 1 km south of the old mine workings. This may represent another gold mineralization shear zone instead of an alluvial placer deposit.

The results to date demonstrate the high grade gold potential of the project, the presence of copper mineralization, and the size and persistence of the shear structures.

Previous underground mining of reported high grade gold mineralization combined with the lack of any significant exploration, in an area of Nevada known for the presence of large gold, silver and copper deposits; demonstrates the significant potential of the project for additional discoveries.

The company’s geologists have already located and mapped drill site locations, have mapped the original alteration zone in detail, have sampled high grade gold mineralization, and have discovered further alteration zone elsewhere on the project. We are presently in the permitting and bonding stage for the planned early 2014 drill program.

The company is very pleased with the results to date. Further news will be released as available.

E. Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ), acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com

 

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January 9, 2014, WALKER PROVIDES UPDATE FROM SLEEPER-LAPON CANYON GOLD PROJECT

Vancouver, B.C. January 9, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce an update to its Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold exploration project.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres-292 hectares), situated about 60 kilometres south of Yerington, Nev., in the Wasuk Range easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past-producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past-producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about 1.0 million ounces, located 30 kilometres southwest of the project.

The new Nevada Copper gold-copper mine, is located some 30 kilometres north of the project also within the Wasuk Range. (Pumpkin Hollow, 981, 000 ounces gold, 34 million ounces silver, 5.4 billion pounds copper)

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein-type gold mineralization on the Sleeper claims. Approximately 600 metres of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of high grade vein-type structures. From 1914 to 1924, a two-stamp mill was erected, and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald, 1994, National Instrument 43-101 report dated Feb. 15, 2004, by Dr. J.H. Montgomery, Ph D., P. Eng, and N. Barr, BSc).

Initial geology and exploration work by Walker began in September under the supervision of Mr. Tom Evans MSc geology, a registered geologist with over 40 years of experience in the Western United States and Mexico.

Results show that the gold mineralization is located within steeply, dipping, sheared and altered cross fault structures crossing the Walker Lane Trend.

A grab sample taken near the entrance to the old mine adit returned a value of 0.398 ounces per ton gold (12.8 grams) (treated at ALS/Chenex Labs), and consisted of altered and sheared rock containing quartz and sulphides.

The company also discovered previously unreported copper mineralization, associated, not only with the gold mineralization in the shear zone, but also within pegmatite, possibly indicating porphyry type mineralization potential. The upper alteration structure, the site of the previous mining activities, has a width of some 100 meters. The strike length is presently unknown, but evidence suggests that the zones may continue within the Wasuk Range over significant lengths. The only previous exploration work was carried out in the early 1990’s, by Teck and Huntington Resources and consisted of shallow surface trenching and shallow generally vertical drilling into the vertical shear zone. Lower grade gold mineralization (0.06 to 0.17 ounces per ton gold) was reported across the width of the alteration zone.

The high grade gold mineralization appears to be associated with steeply dipping lenticular zones, lying within the alteration zones, in an en echelon boundinage type structure, analogous to other structurally controlled gold deposits (Carlin Trend, Cadillac Break in Quebec, Ontario)

Finally we have been able to discover three other alteration, shear structures on the project, with the same type characteristics.

The original gold discovery dates to the early 1900’s, when prospectors discovered placer gold at the outlet of the Lapon Creek, at the base of the Wasuk Mountain Range. Another apparent gold placer installation was located at the top of the mountain range at the headwaters of the Lapon Creek 1 km south of the old mine workings. This may represent another gold mineralization shear zone instead of an alluvial placer deposit.

The results to date demonstrate the high grade gold potential of the project, the presence of copper mineralization, and the size and persistence of the shear structures.

Previous underground mining of reported high grade gold mineralization combined with the lack of any significant exploration, in an area of Nevada known for the presence of large gold, silver and copper deposits; demonstrates the significant potential of the project for additional discoveries.

The company’s geologists have already located and mapped drill site locations, have mapped the original alteration zone in detail, have sampled high grade gold mineralization, and have discovered further alteration zone elsewhere on the project. We are presently in the permitting and bonding stage for the planned early 2014 drill program.

The company is very pleased with the results to date. Further news will be released as available.

E. Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ), acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Walker River Resources Corp. (TEL)- (819) 874-0030, (FAX)-(819) 825-1199 Email: info@wrrgold.com Website: www.wrrgold.com

 

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January 3, 2014, WALKER RIVER CLOSES FIRST-TRANCHE OF NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Vancouver, B.C. January 3, 2014 – Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) has closed the first tranche of its non-brokered private placement, previously announced on December 20, 2013, for gross proceeds of $55,000.

The first tranche consisted of the issuance of 550,000 flow-through shares at a price of 10 cents per flow-through share.

In connection with closing the first tranche, the company paid a finder’s fee to Mackie Research Capital Corp. in the amount of $5000 cash and 50,000 non-transferable finder’s warrants. Each finder warrant entitles the holder to acquire one common share at $0.10 for a 24-month period after closing of the private placement.

All securities issued above are subject to a hold period expiring on May 1, 2014, being four months and one day after closing of the first tranche. Proceeds of the private placement will be used for work on the Company’s mineral properties.

The private placement is subject to TSX Venture Exchange final acceptance.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

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December 20, 2013, WALKER RIVER ARRANGES FINANCING

Vancouver, B.C. December 20, 2013- Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) subject to regulatory approval, is arranging a private placement of up to 3 million flow- through shares at a price of 10 cents per share for gross proceeds of $300,000. The company will also pay a finder’s fees in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange. Proceeds of the private placement will be used for work on the Company’s mineral properties

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David”

____________________________________

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

 

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November 19, 2013, WALKER APPOINTS MR. R STUART (TOOKIE) ANGUS AS ADVISOR

Vancouver, B.C. November 19, 2013- Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that Mr. R. Stuart (Tookie) Angus, has been appointed as an Advisor to the Company.

For the past 35 years Mr. Angus has been focused on structuring and financing both domestic and international exploration, development and mining ventures. Most recently, Mr. Angus was Managing Director of Mergers & Acquisitions for Endeavor Financial. Prior to joining Endeavor Financial he was a former partner and head of Global Mining Group for the Canadian law firm Fasken Martineau DuMoulin. Mr. Angus is the former Chairman of the Board of BC Sugar Refinery Limited, he was a Director of First Quantum Minerals until June 2005, a Director of Canico Resources Corporation until it’s takeover by CVRD in 2005, a Director of Bema Gold until it’s takeover by Kinross Gold in 2007, a Director of Ventana Gold until its takeover by AUX Canada Acquisitions in 2011 and a director of Plutonic Power until its merger with Magma Energy in 2011. Currently Mr. Angus is Chair of Nevsun Resources Ltd.

“We are delighted to have Tookie as an advisor to Walker during infancy of growth” commented Michel David, President and CEO. “Tookie brings over 35 years of high level mining experience. Tookie, with his international network will be a great asset to Walker as we pursue our objective of developing a North American precious metals resource.

About Walker River Resources

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres-292 hectares), situated about 60 kilometres south of Yerington, Nev., and is easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past-producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past-producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about 1.0 million ounces, which is located 30 kilometres southwest of the project.

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein-type gold mineralization on the Sleeper claims. Approximately 600 metres of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of vein-type structures. From 1914 to 1924, a two-stamp mill was erected, and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald, 1994, National Instrument 43-101 report dated Feb. 15, 2004, by Dr. J.H. Montgomery, PE eng, and N. Barr, BSc).

The Company expects to provide an update on the Lapon Canyon Exploration Program shortly.

E. Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ), acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

Further news will be released as available. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David”

____________________________________

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

 

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September 23, 2013, Walker River appoints new Geological Consultant

Vancouver, B.C. September 23, 2013- Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is a pleased to announce that it has retained the services of Mr. Thomas Evans, geologist to supervise and carry out exploration programs on its Nevada projects.

Mr. Evans is registered California Geologist # 3128 with over 45 years of exploration and mining experience in the Western U.S., Canada and Mexico. Mr. Evans obtained his M.Sc.Geology from University of Alberta in 1965.

For the past 30 years, Mr. Evans has been a consulting geologist with his firm Western Geosciences. Clients have included Homestake, Golder Associates, Colony Pacific, Coronada Resources, and numerous other American and Canadian companies.

From 2001 to 2009 Mr. Evans conducted considerable work on silica and precious metal deposits in Mexico.

Mr. Evans will begin work immediately on the permitting of drilling at Lapon Canyon.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 36 claims (720 acres-292 hectares), situated about 60 kilometres south of Yerington, Nev., and is easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past-producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past-producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about 1.0 million ounces, which is located 30 kilometres southwest of the project.

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein-type gold mineralization on the Sleeper claims. Approximately 600 metres of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of vein-type structures. From 1914 to 1924, a two-stamp mill was erected, and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald, 1994, National Instrument 43-101 report dated Feb. 15, 2004, by Dr. J.H. Montgomery, PE eng, and N. Barr, BSc).

The company is very pleased with the start up of the exploration in Nevada.

Further news will be released as available. ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David”

____________________________________

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

 

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August 23, 2013, WALKER GRANTS STOCK OPTIONS

Vancouver, B.C. September 03, 2013- Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces it is granting 1,500,000 stock options to certain officers, directors, consultants and employees of the Company to purchase up to a total of 1,500,000 common shares in the capital of the Company at a price of $0.15 per common share for a period of five years ending September 5, 2018.

The stock options are subject to the terms of the company’s stock option plan and regulatory approval.

 

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David”

____________________________________

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

 

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August 23, 2013, WALKER CLOSES NON-BROKERED PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Vancouver, B.C. August 23, 2013- Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces it has closed its non-brokered private placement financing previously announced on July 12, 2013, including both the flow-through and hard-dollar portion of the financing for gross proceeds of $800,000.00.

The non-brokered private placement consisted of the issuance of 10 million non-flow-through units (the “NFT Units“) at a price of $0.05 per NFT Unit and 5 million flow-through units (the “FT Units”) at a price of $0.06 per FT Unit. Each NFT Unit consists of one non flow-through common share and one Warrant. Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one common share of the Company at a price of $0.10 for a period of 60 months following the date of issuance. Each FT Unit consists of one flow-through common share and one non flow-through share purchase warrant. Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one common share of the Company at a price of $0.10 for a period of 60 months following the date of issuance.

The Company has paid $ 43,340.00 cash in commissions on the private placement, along with 777,333 non-transferable finder’s warrants, each entitling its holder to acquire one common share at $0.10 for a 60-month period after closing of the private placement.

All securities issued above are subject to a hold period expiring on December 23, 2013, being four months and one day after closing of the private placement. Proceeds of the Private Placement will be used for work on the Company’s mineral properties and for general working capital.

The Private Placement is subject to TSX Venture Exchange final acceptance

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David”

____________________________________

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

 

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July 12, 2013, Walker Announces Directors’ Participate in Gypsy Swap

Vancouver, B.C. July 12, 2013- Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) announces that certain directors and insiders have sold an aggregate of 1,313,500 common shares of Walker River at a price of $0.055 per share on July 11, 2013 from their personal holdings through the facilities of the TSX Venture Exchange.

The net proceeds from the sale of these shares will be used to purchase units in a non-brokered private placement of 10,000,000 units of the Company at a price of $0.05 per unit. Each unit includes one common share at a price of $0.05 per share and one share purchase warrant of the Corporation. Each whole warrant entitles the holder thereof to purchase one common share of the Corporation for a period of 60 months at a price of $0.075 per share.

Proceeds of the Private Placement will be used for work on the Company’s mineral properties and for general working capital.

The private placement is subject to regulatory approval.

 

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David”

____________________________________

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

 

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April 8, 2013, NEW PROPERTY ACQUISITION IN NEVADA

Vancouver, B.C. April 8, 2013- Walker River Resources Corp. (“Walker” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: “WRR”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into binding letter of agreement with Hale Capital Partners of New York to purchase 100% of the Fondaway Canyon and Dixie-Comstock gold properties located in Churchill County, Nevada.

The Fondaway Canyon project consists of 148 claims located some 65 km NE of Fallon, Nevada with all year road access throughout the property. Gold-Tungsten mineralization was originally discovered on the project followed by limited tungsten production in the early 50`s. Minor sporadic gold production totalling approximately 8500 ounces from low grade surface heap leach operations was also reported.

Exploration consisted of RC and core drilling, as well as the construction of 100 meters of underground adit development to bulk sample the Half Moon sulphide vein, from which 500 tons of material grading 10.2 grams/ton gold were removed (Tenneco. 1990).

The currently drilled gold resources are primarily contained within a segment of the Paperweight and Half Moon veins some 400 meters in length to depth of 150 meters. These include Indicated resources of 390,636 tons with an average grade of 0.428 ounces per ton (13.37 grams per ton) and inferred resources of 372,849 tons with an average grade of 0.409 ounces per ton (12.8 grams per ton) for a total resource (indicated and inferred) of 319813 ounces. (Strachan NI 43-101 report Sept 2003)

Another mineralized system, the Hamburger Hill shear zone has been traced for over 1200 meters and with a width varying from 1.5 to 6 meters. The principal veins at Fondaway are situated within a 3500 meter long easterly trending belt that drilling has indicated is persistent from surface to a depth of 350 meters where it remains open. Two gold intercepts were encountered below the Tenneco adit along the Half Moon-Paperweight shear zone. Each of these zones is 3.5 meters in true thickness and returned assays of 7.03 grams per ton and 9.78 grams per ton at a vertical depth of 300 meters (Strachan 2003).

The Dixie-Comstock property is located in Churchill County, some 80 km Ne of Fallon and consists of 67 lode claims. The original project, referred to as the Dixie-Comstock Tungsten mine was discovered in 1934, where a 30 tpd mill was constructed. Activities came to a halt in 1942 (Nevada Bureau of Mines, Bull. 83, 1974).

Later exploration, including drilling, resulted in the discovery of three low grade surface gold mineralized zones. The project is composed mainly of the Stillwater gabbro with gold mineralization occurring within stockwork and hydrothermal breccias with intense silicification. Numerous faults occur on the property as evidenced by active hydrothermal vents.

Walker River Resources will acquire 100% of the projects by issuing 2.35 million common shares to Hale Capital Partners, both parties are preparing a final purchase agreement. Following completion of the transaction, Hale will own 14.88 % of Walker River.

This purchase agreement is subject to the acceptance of the TSX Venture Exchange. A finder`s fee will be payable in shares in accordance with TSX Venture Exchange rules and policies.

About Hale Capital Partners

Hale Capital Partners is based in New York City, Hale Capital Partners has established itself as a leading private equity firm focused on strategic investments in public companies and their subsidiaries. Hale Capital Partners’ team is comprised of seasoned private equity veterans and entrepreneurs, who bring not only deep domain expertise but also hands-on operating experience to help build highly successful companies. Hale Capital Partners’ mining portfolio spans all stages of mine development from exploration to commercial production.

Combined with the company`s Sleeper-Lapon Canyon project, the company now has an excellent portfolio of gold projects in Nevada.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon gold project consists of 19 leased claims and 17 lode claims, for a total of 36 claims (720 acres-292 hectares), situated about 60 kilometres south of Yerington, Nev., and is easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 kilometres). A power transmission line passes within three kilometres of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon project is located within the Walker Lane shear zone, a 100-kilometre-wide structural corridor extending in a southeast direction from Reno. The past-producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past-producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine, with reported production of about 1.0 million ounces, which is located 30 kilometres southwest of the project.

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein-type gold mineralization on the Sleeper claims. Approximately 600 metres of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of vein-type structures. From 1914 to 1924, a two-stamp mill was erected, and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of one ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald, 1994, National Instrument 43-101 report dated Feb. 15, 2004, by Dr. J.H. Montgomery, PE eng, and N. Barr, BSc).

 

E. Gauthier,geol., Eng (OIQ), acts as the qualified person to the Company and has reviewed and approved the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David”

____________________________________

Michel David,

Chief Executive Officer and Director

 

NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

 

March 4, 2013, Rhino Changes Name, Symbol an Completes Option on Nevada Project

March 4, 2013, Rhino Exploration Inc.. (“the Company”) (RHI – TSX Venture) ”) is pleased to announce a name change to Walker River Resources Corp. and the completion of a formal option agreement (see news release 12/12/2012) with World Ventures Inc. and District Gold Inc. to acquire the Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project, located in Mineral County, Nevada.

Effective at market open tomorrow, Tuesday March 5, 2013, the Company’s shares will begin to trade under the new symbol (TSX-V: “WRR”). Please visit Walker River Resources Corp.’s new website www.wrrgold.com for further information about the Company and the Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Project.

The Company has completed a formal option agreement with World Ventures Inc. of Vancouver, B.C., and District Gold Inc. of Mississauga, Ont., to acquire the Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project, located in Mineral County, Nevada. The Company completed initial payments to District Gold Inc. of $200,000.00 and issued 250,000 common shares of the Company. The parties amended the formal option agreement reducing the further $200,000.00 to $150,000.00 cash or share payments in year two and three at the option of the vendor. The 2 million dollars of exploration work over a four year period remains unchanged. After completion, Rhino will be vested with a 75% ownership, and the vendors a 25% working interest. Rhino may purchase an additional 20% for 500,000, with the vendors retaining a 5% carried interest.

Rhino received TSX Venture Exchange approval on the transaction January 18, 2013. A finder’s fee of 352,083 shares was paid to 2845351 Canada Inc. (Dominique Gendron), in accordance with exchange rules and policies.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project, consists of 36 claims (720 acres—292 hectares), situated some 60 km south of Yerrington, Nevada and is easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 km). A power transmission lines passes within 3 km of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Project is located within the Walker Lane Shear Zone, a 100 km wide structural corridor extending in a SE direction from Reno. The past producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine with reported production of some 1.0 million ounces, which is located 30 km SW of the project.

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein type gold mineralization. Approximately 600 meters of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of vein type structures. From 1914-1924 a two stamp mill was erected and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of 1 ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald 1994, NI 43-101 report Montgomery 2004).

In 1990, Teck Resources discovered a surface area of argillitic alteration and low grader grade disseminated gold mineralization, which they were able to trace over a strike length of 450 meters. Grid sampling over this zone returned an average grade of 2.01 grams per ton gold, in this zone which was named the Central Zone.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project exhibits potential for high grade lode type vein deposits as evidenced by the past underground activities on the property, and lower grade disseminated gold deposits as shown by the Central Zone.

The project consists of 36 lode claims, of which 19 are under lease. The lease terms are 4500/month as advanced royalty payments. The lease may be bought out at any time for 1.25 million dollars with prior lease payments credited to the purchase price. The leaseholder will retain a 0.5% N.S.R.

Eugene Gauthier geol., eng. (OIQ) acts as the qualified person and has reviewed the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David” ____________________________________ Michel David, Chief Executive Officer and Director

NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

February 25, 2013, Rhino closes first-tranche of non-brokered private placement

February 25, 2013, Rhino Exploration Inc.. (“the Company”) (RHI – TSX Venture) ”) announces it has closed a first-tranche of its non-brokered private placement financing previously announced on January 15, 2013 and January 24, 2013, including both the flow-through and hard-dollar portion of the financing for gross proceeds of $431,499.60. The first-tranche of the non-brokered private placement (the “First Tranche”) consisted of the issuance of 1,723,331 flow-through units (the “FT Units”) at a price of $0.15 per FT Unit and 1,730,000 non-flow-through units (the “NFT Units”) at a price of $0.10 per NFT Unit. Each FT Unit consists of one flow-through common share and one-half of one non flow-through share purchase warrant (each whole warrant, a “Warrant”). Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one common share of the Company at a price of $0.25 per common share for a period of 24 months following the date of issuance. Each NFT Unit consists of one non flow-through common share and one Warrant. Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one common share of the Company at a price of $0.15 per common share for a period of 24 months following the date of issuance.

The Company paid a finder’s fee to EMD Financial Inc. (the “Finder”) of $50,950 cash and issued the Finder non-transferable warrants exercisable to acquire 173,000 common shares of the Company at a price of $0.25 per common share for a period of 24 months for the date of issuance and non-transferable warrants exercisable to acquire 250,000 common shares of the Company at a price of $0.15 per common share for a period of 24 months from the date of issuance.

All securities issued above are subject to a hold period expiring on June 21, 2013, being four months and one day after closing of the First Tranche. The proceeds from the FT Units of the First Tranche will be used for work on the Company’s mineral properties and the proceeds from the NFT Units of the First Tranche will be used for the Company’s mineral properties and for general working capital.

The Company also announces that all resolutions tabled at its annual general and special meeting held on Friday, February 22, 2013 were approved by its shareholders.

The Company’s newly elected board of directors and management team consist of Michel David (President, Chief Executive Officer and Director), Jerry Minni, CA (Chief Financial Officer and Director), Eugene Gauthier, PEng, (Director) and Quinn Field-Dyte (Director).

The Company would also like to thank former President and Director Jeffrey Cocks for his past efforts on behalf of the Company.

This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “US Securities Act”), or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Michel David” ____________________________________ Michel David, Chief Executive Officer and Director

NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

January 24, 2013, Rhino amends terms of non-brokered private placement

January 24, 2013, Rhino Exploration Inc.. (“the Company”) (RHI – TSX Venture) ”) announces that has amended the terms of its proposed non-brokered private placement financing previously announced on January 15, 2013, including both the flow-through and hard-dollar portion of the financing. The Company is now arranging, subject to regulatory approval, a non-brokered private placement for aggregate gross proceeds of $505,000 (the “Private Placement”) through the issuance of 1.7 million flow-through units (the “FT Units”) at a price of $0.15 per FT Unit and 2.5 million non-flow-through units (the “NFT Units”) at a price of $0.10 per NFT Unit. Each FT Unit consists of one flow-through common share and one-half of one non flow-through share purchase warrant (each whole warrant, a “Warrant”). Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one common share of the Company at a price of $0.25 for a period of 24 months following the date of issuance. Each NFT Unit consists of one non flow-through common share and one Warrant. Each Warrant entitles the holder to acquire one common share of the Company at a price of $0.15 for a period of 24 months following the date of issuance.

The Company will also pay a finder’s fee in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange.

Proceeds of the Private Placement will be used for work on the Company’s mineral properties and for general working capital.

The Private Placement is subject to TSX Venture Exchange acceptance.

This news release does not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any of the securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “US Securities Act”), or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

“Jeffrey Cocks” ____________________________________ Jeffrey Cocks, Chief Executive Officer and Director

NEITHER 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 NEWS RELEASE.

December 12, 2012, Rhino Options Nevada Project

December 12, 2012, Rhino Exploration Inc.. (“the Company”) (RHI – TSX Venture) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an option agreement with World Ventures Inc. of Vancouver, British Columbia and District Gold Inc. of Mississauga, Ontario, to acquire the Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project, located in Mineral County, Nevada.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project, consists of 19 leased claims (the “Sleeper Claims”) and 17 lode claims (the “Lapon Canyon Claims”), for a total of 36 claims (720 acres-292 hectares), situated some 60 km south of Yerington, Nevada and is easily accessible by secondary roads from the main highway (25 km). A power transmission lines passes within 3 km of the property. The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Project is located within the Walker Lane Shear Zone, a 100 km wide structural corridor extending in a SE direction from Reno. The past producing historic Comstock Lode silver/gold mine is located within this trend, as is the past producing Esmeralda/Aurora gold mine with reported production of some 1.0 million ounces, which is located 30 km SW of the project.

Previous work began in 1907 with the discovery of vein type gold mineralization on the Sleeper Claims. Approximately 600 meters of underground drifts and adits were used to explore and access a series of vein type structures. From 1914-1924 a two stamp mill was erected and limited production was reported. Further limited underground exploration was carried out, returning numerous assay values in the range of 1 ounce per ton, with a sample at the end of an adit returning 20.6 ounces per ton gold (Gruenwald 1994, NI 43-101 report dated February 15, 2004 by J.H Montgomery, Ph.D., P.Eng. and N. Barr, B.Sc.). This result cannot be confirmed as the portal to the adit is now caved.

In 1990, Teck Resources Inc. discovered a surface area of argillitic alteration and low grader grade disseminated gold mineralization on the Sleeper Claims, which they were able to trace over a strike length of 450 meters. Grid sampling over this zone returned an average grade of 2.01 grams per ton gold, in this zone which was named the Central Zone.

The Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project exhibits potential for high grade vein type gold mineralization as evidenced by the past underground activities on the property, and lower grade disseminated surfaced gold mineralization as shown by the Central Zone.

The project consists of 36 lode claims, of which the 19 Sleeper Claims are under lease. The lease terms are 4500/month as advanced royalty payments. The lease may be bought out at any time for $1.25 million with prior lease payments credited to the purchase price. The leaseholder will retain a 0.5% Net Smelter Return royalty.

The Company may exercise the option and purchase up to an undivided 75% working interest in the project (including lease) by:

Paying District an initial payment of $200,000 and issuing District 250,000 common shares in the capital of the Company (the “Initial Payment”) on or before Feb. 28, 2013; Paying District further option payments of $200,000 cash, or at District’s option, issuing District shares in lieu of such cash payments, on or before the first and second anniversaries of the Initial Payment; and Incurring $2 million of exploration work over a four year period.

After completion of the above requirements, Rhino will be vested with a 75% ownership, and the vendors a 25% working interest in the Sleeper-Lapon Canyon Gold project and the parties shall proceed in a joint venture. Rhino may purchase an additional 20% interest for $500,000, in which event the vendors interest will convert to a 5% carried interest.

A finder’s fee will be payable, at the election of the finder, in cash, shares or a combination thereof, in accordance with TSX Venture Exchange rules and policies.

Jeffrey Cocks, the Company’s Chief Executive Officer commented: “The Company is very pleased to have entered into this option agreement, which combined with our Watshishou River Project in eastern Quebec, gives an excellent portfolio of projects with significant potential.”

The option agreement is subject to the acceptance of the TSX Venture Exchange.

Eugene Gauthier geol., eng. (OIQ) acts as the qualified person and has reviewed and is responsible for the contents of this release.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Jeffrey Cocks, Chief Executive Officer and Director

Neither 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 news release. Contact Information: Rhino Exploration Inc. Jeffrey Cocks Chief Executive Officer and Director (604) 683-8610 (604) 683-8605 (FAX)

DISCLAIMER

Certain statements herein may contain forward-looking information within the meaning of applicable securities laws. Forward-looking information appears in a number of places and can be identified by the use of words such as “intends” or variations of such words and phrases or statements that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might” or “will” be taken, occur or be achieved. Forward-looking information includes statements regarding the Company’s exploration plans with respect to the Property and the estimation of mineral resources and are subject to such forward-looking risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the Company’s actual results, performance or achievements, or industry results, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking information. Such risks include gold price volatility, change in equity markets, the uncertainties involved in interpreting geological data, increase in costs and exchange rate fluctuations and other risks involved in the gold exploration and development industry as well as those risk factors discussed under “Risk Factors” in the Company’s MD&A available at www.sedar.com. There can be no assurance that a forward-looking information referenced herein will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements or information. Also, many of the factors are beyond the control of Walker River Resources. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. All forward-looking information herein are qualified by this cautionary statement. The Company does not undertake to update such forward-looking information except in accordance with applicable securities laws. “All scientific and technical information concerning Walker River’s mineral projects contained in this website has been prepared by or under the supervision of, or approved by, Eugene Gauthier, P. Eng, (OIQ), a director of the Company, Vice President of Exploration Manager and a qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators.”