Metal Mountain Resources Inc. (MMR)
Gavin Mines Inc. (GMI)

January 30th, 2015
Vancouver, British Columbia

Dome Mountain Gold and Silver Mine

Good news! Although much of 2014 could be well described as a slow grind, it has ushered in 2015 on a positive note.

Management of MMR is pleased to advise that three agreements relating to the sale of the Dome Mountain Mine have now been executed. GMI and all of its shareholders (MMR - 63% interest; Grace Mining Inc. - 34% interest; and two private shareholders - 3% interest) (collectively, the “GMI Shareholders”) have entered into a Share Purchase Agreement and a Shareholders' Agreement with Dome Mountain Resources of Canada Inc. (“DMR”). In addition, MMR has entered into a Management Agreement with GMI.

The Share Purchase Agreement provides for; over a period of approximately two years, commencing on or before July 03, 2015, providing that all of the tranches as set out in the Agreement are paid, a “purchase” sum of $80,000,000 to the Vendors, and a “mine and property enhancement finance” of not more than $50,000,000 of which $30,000,000 will go to GMI for building and installing a 250 tonne a day Mill, a Tailings Management Facility and additional development, and a minimum of $15,000,000 to a maximum of $20,000,000 to further advance exploration of the Dome Mountain Mine Property under the management of MMR.

Some tranches of the Agreement require a “Permit Amendment” from the BC Government having been received by GMI to build a Tailings Management Facility and a 250 tonne per day Mill.

The proceeds of the MMR Shareholder (Vendor) split will provide MMR with $47,250,000 after Finders Fee. Subsequent to July 03, 2015, MMR will commence issuing dividends of up to 60% of the proceeds of each tranche received after taxes, expenses and obligations are paid.

This achievement represents a culmination of nearly a decade of concerted efforts by all of the Gavin Mines Directors, officers and Management who worked during very difficult times and diligently applied themselves to bringing the Dome Mountain Mine to this stage of development and the negotiation of these agreements, always bearing in mind the late Gavin Tattersall and the platform that was laid while he was at the helm of the companies. Gavin never stopped pushing and building until within a couple weeks of his passing.

Special thanks to all of the shareholders who also gave their best through what became very difficult times over these past few years . The management of MMR and GMI recognize that at times it is harder to wait than it is to be in the front lines. Your patience and support has been very much appreciated.

MMR looks forward to managing the development and full production of the Dome Mountain Mine.

For further information please contact:

Curtis Brazeau
VP of Communications
P: 778-846-4907


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