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Wallbridge Mining company continues with permitting process

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Global Mining Review,

Wallbridge Mining Company Limited announce that it has received a Certificate of Non-Liability (Attestation de Non-Assujettissement) from the Government of Quebec.

The first permit is for the dewatering of the pit and ramp and a 35 000t bulk sample at its Fenelon Gold property. Now Wallbridge will proceed with an application for the certificate of authorisation from the local authority at Fenelon Gold. The application process is now underway and typically takes 60-75 days.

"We are very pleased to have met this significant milestone and hope to have our permit to start dewatering the pit and the ramp sometime in the early Fall of this year," stated Marz Kord, President and CEO of Wallbridge Mining, "Once underground, we will not only extract the required tonnage to increase our understanding of the Fenelon Gold deposit but more importantly we will be able to explore by underground diamond drilling to determine the size potential of the deposit to depth and along strike".

"As reported in our press release of July 12, 2017, drilling from surface continues to expand the resource and we are encouraged by the presence of visible gold in 8 of the 14 holes recently completed. Currently, the laboratories are experiencing a backlog and we are informed that final screen metallic assays, which are necessary to quantify the amount of gold in samples with coarse gold, will be received around the end of August."

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