Day: December 22, 2011

Fortunate Sun Mining Company Ltd. Announces Closing of Initial Public Offering

The Board of Directors of Fortunate Sun Mining Company Ltd. are pleased to announce that it has successfully completed its Initial Public Offering for gross proceeds of $1,500,000 under a prospectus dated October 18, 2011. Fortunate Sun issued 7.5 million units at a price of $0.20 per unit, with each unit comprised of one common share and one-half of a warrant, with each whole warrant exercisable into a common share for 18 months at $0.30 per common share. Haywood Securities Inc. (“Haywood”) acted as agent for the offering. Haywood received a cash commission of 10% of the gross proceeds of the offering, a corporate finance fee of $20,000 and Fortunate Sun granted agent’s options to Haywood and sub-agents to purchase up to an aggregate of 750,000 agent’s units at a price of $0.20 per agent’s unit exercisable for a period of 24 months.

Mammoth Capital Announces Completion of Qualifying Transaction, Concurrent Private Placement and Initiation of Exploration Activities

Mammoth Capital pleased to announce that, further to its announcement on September 14, 2011, it has completed the acquisition of the option from Yale Resources Ltd. pursuant to which the Company can acquire up to an undivided 100% interest in and to the Urique Project. The Urique Project currently consists of 11 mining concessions owned by Yale and its Mexican subsidiary Minera AV, including the San Pedro concession title which was formally released to Yale on December 19, 2011. The Urique Project covers approximately 289 square kilometres located within the southern Sierra Madre mineralized belt in southwestern Chihuahua State, Mexico and is prospective for gold and silver.

Soltoro reports Mexico Silver Resource of 77.4M ounces M&I, 1.18M ounces Inferred

Soltoro Ltd. announced a resource estimate for its El Rayo Silver Project in Jalisco State, Mexico. The 43-101 includes an updated silver estimate for Las Bolas and Highway Zone structures, an initial silver estimate for La Soledad structure and an initial gold estimate for El Rayo Northern Zone.The estimates for all zones use a 20 g/t silver cutoff. Total measured and indicated estimates showed 42.2 million tonnes grading 57.11 g/t for 77.4 million ounces silver. Total inferred estimates showed 580,000 tonnes grading 65.51 g/t for 1.18 million ounces silver.Las Bolas estimate showed 6.1 million tonnes grading 63.44 g/t for 12.4 million ounces silver measured and 29.3 million tonnes grading 49.49 g/t for 46.6 million ounces silver indicated.The Highway Zone estimate showed 2.9 million tonnes grading 57.39 g/t for 5.4 million ounces silver indicated and 210,000 tonnes grading 36.34 g/t for 245,000 ounces silver inferred.La Soledad estimate showed 3.9 million tonnes grading 104.2 g/t for 13 million ounces silver indicated and 370,000 tonnes grading 82.15 g/t for 935,000 ounces silver inferred.The silver estimates used prices of $27 an ounce. No credits were assigned for other metals.

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