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Explor Resources Inc. explores for and develops mineral properties in Canada. The company primarily explores for gold and base metal properties in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, and Saskatchewan. It is focused on exploration in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt of Ontario and Quebec, and Base metal in New Brunswick. The company was formerly known as Odaat Inc. and changed its name to Explor Resources Inc. in January 2004. Explor Resources Inc. was incorporated in 1986 and is headquartered in Rouyn-Noranda, Canada.

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Explor Resources Inc. Appoints Gerhard Merkel to the Board of Directors

Explor Resources Inc. announced the appointment of Mr. Gerhard Merkel to the Board of Directors effective February 18, 2015. Mr. Merkel has extensive experience as a CEO and CFO. From 2005 to present, he has been CFO and COO of CGM Import-Export Ltd. (Portugal) Import/Export. Mr. Merkel will act as an independent director and represent Explor to its European shareholders and as well act as an advisor to the President and CEO.

Explor Resources Inc. Announces Completion of Phase II of Exploration Program on Launay Nickel Project

Explor Resources Inc. announced the completion of Phase II of its exploration program on the Launay Nickel Project. The Launay Nickel Project is comprised of 2,249.4 hectares and is located 20 kilometers west of Amos, Quebec and 45 kilometers northwest of Val-d'Or, Quebec. Phase I consisted of geophysics that revealed a large magnetic structure on the property. This structure was interpreted as being a continuation of the magnetic structure found on the Royal Nickel property. Phase II consisted of 1,020 meters of diamond drilling on the structure and completed by mid-August 2014. The Launay Nickel Project is contiguous with and to the northwest of the 4,080 hectare Royal Nickel Property. The Royal Nickel Property covers the entire Dumont Nickel deposit which is cited to contain a measured resource of 372 million tonnes at 0.28% nickel and an indicated resource of 1.29 billion tonnes at 0.26% nickel as stated on the Royal Nickel website. Once in operation, the mine will produce nickel for over 30 years. Construction and operation of the mine and processing facilities will be made easier by the existence of excellent infrastructure, including roads, rail and access to low-cost power. The same ultramafic geological unit that the mineralization is found on the Royal Nickel Property continues onto the Explor's property. Very little overburden (2 to 4 Meters) on the recently drilled section #78+00E was encountered during the first phase of diamond drilling. Hole #3 was drilled and intersected 60.1 meters of ultramafic rocks. Hole #3 intersected anomalous nickel values that ranged from 0.08% to 0.19% (800 ppm to 1,900 ppm) In the ultramafics, nickel is accompanied by local geochemically anomalous platinum to 33 ppb and palladium to 59 ppb. Hole # 4, was drilled and intersected 80.8 meters of ultramafics rocks with anomalous nickel values from 0.05% to 0.12% (500 ppm to 1,200 ppm). The nickel enrichment is accompanied locally by weak geochemically anomalous platinum to 44 ppb and palladium to 31 ppb, with enrichment occurring in the upper portion and particularly near the upper contact. Hole # 5, is a step back hole drilled behind Hole #3, intersected 132 meters of ultramafic rock. Hole #5 intersected anomalous nickel values from 0.04% to 0.11% (400 ppm to 1,100 ppm). Of note in this drill hole is the gold zone that was intersected from 94.5 to 99.0 meters of 1.199 g/tonne over 4.5 meters.

Explor Resources Inc., Annual General Meeting, Oct 07, 2014

Explor Resources Inc., Annual General Meeting, Oct 07, 2014., at 10:00 US Eastern Standard Time. Location: 15 Gamble Street East, Suite 204. Agenda: To approve the audited financial statements for the year ended April 30, 2014; to fix directors of the Corporation to be four; to pass a resolution appointing each of the directors for the ensuing year; to pass a resolution appointing the auditors for the ensuing year and to authorize the Board of Directors to fix the auditors' remuneration; to consider, and if thought advisable, to approve the continuation of the Corporation's Stock Option Plan which permits grant of options of up to 10% of the issued and outstanding common shares to be made by the Corporation on a rolling grant basis; and to transact such other business as may properly come before the Meeting.


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