Toronto, September 22, 2017 – Mammoth Resources Corp. (TSXV: MTH), (the “Company”), at the request of IIROC would like to clarify previous disclosure in the press release regarding its channel sampling program dated September 21, 2017. Mammoth would like to clarify the disclosure “Mammoth Resources Reports Average 0.77 Grams per Tonne Gold Equivalent over a Total Of 129 Metres”, that the total length of the average 0.77 grams per tonne gold equivalent over a total of 129 meters consisted of assay results from 12 separate sample locations taken at discreet points along the approximate 5 kilometre strike length, and was not a single continuous channel. Also Mammoth would like to clarify that the samples taken were taken as close to perpendicular to the strike of the geological structures sampled and were not taken along the strike of the geological structures of the 5 kilometre strike. And finally, Mammoth retracts the averaging of the results of the channel samples as the average 0.77 grams per tonne gold equivalent over 129 metres did not represent a single continuous representative sample. In addition, two low grade sample intervals were omitted that would have negatively influenced the calculated “average”.