DISCOVERY STRENGTHENS MANAGEMENT TEAM WITH APPOINTMENT OF GERNOT WOBER AS VP EXPLORATION

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July 9, 2018 – Discovery Metals Corp. (TSX-V: DSV) (“Discovery” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Gernot Wober as its Vice-President of Exploration. Mr. Wober is a professional geologist (P.Geo) and has over 36 years of international experience, including substantial time spent in Latin America.  Mr. Wober most recently served as VP Exploration, Canada, at Osisko Mining Inc. (“Osisko”), during which time he took part in several key mergers and acquisitions and led the team through the advancement of the Windfall deposit and the discovery of the new Lynx zone.

Aura Silver Announces Ceo Leadership Change

Aura Silver Resources Inc. – News – Wed Jun 27, 2018

Aura Silver Resources (TSX-V:AUU) (“Aura Silver” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Robert Johansing has been appointed to the position of President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company effective June 25, 2018, subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval. As previously announced, Mr. Johansing was appointed as a director of the Company on May 23, 2018.

AERI Geophysics Defines Significant Anomaly at San Acacio

AERI Geophysics Defines Significant… _ Defiance Silver Corp_

Defiance Silver Corp. (“Defiance”) is pleased to announce the results from a recently completed geophysics program employing Atomic Energy Resonance Imaging (“AERI”) technology. This cutting-edge technology recently completed its proof-of-concept testing resulting in multiple new discoveries in North America. At the San Acacio project, it identified a significant anomaly at depth, coincident with the recently delineated Induced Polarization (“IP”) target (see Defiance News Release dated February 28, 2018). The AERI defined the anomaly starting at a depth of 200m and continuing past the detection limit of the technology at 1000m depth. The pipe shaped anomaly measures 400m in width, 300m in length, and is open at depth. The shape, size and mineral zonation of the AERI anomaly compares favourably with geophysical images generated by Capstone Mining on their nearby Cozamin Mine.