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TSX:NM
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Gold exploration and development in Nevada

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Highest-grade oxide gold deposit in the western U.S.

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Permitted, open-pit, recent-producing mine

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Additional Carlin-style deposits targeted for resource expansion

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Management team with strong success

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15,000m Drill Program in 2018

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About Us

Northern Empire Resources Corp. (TSXV: NM) (OTC: PSPGF) is expanding and discovering heap leach gold deposits in Nevada. The Company presently has initial resource statements on four heap-leachable deposits at the 100%-owned Sterling Gold project, including the high-grade, fully permitted Sterling Mine. Using a 0.3 g/t cut-off the pit constrained inferred resources on the property total 947,000 with an average grade of 1.26 g/t Au. For further information on the Sterling Project, please refer to the technical report on the Sterling Project dated July 12, 2017, found on the Company’s website and SEDAR. The Company is well-financed and is aggressively drilling all four deposits in 2018 to increase resources and explore for new discoveries on the district-scale land package. Founders and management have a track record of increasing shareholder value through discovery, project development and M&A in leadership positions at success stories such as Newmarket Gold, Kaminak Gold, Underworld Resources and International Royalty Corp.

Walker Lane Trend, Nevada

Sterling Mine

Investor Highlights

  • Fully permitted, open-pit heap leach project in Nevada
  • High-grade oxide gold deposits
  • Existing infrastructure
  • Total inferred resource of 709,000oz at 2.2 g/t Au with 1.0g/t cut-off
  • Exploration upside with district-scale potential
  • Working capital +C$15 million

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