TNR Gold Corp. (“TNR”) is mobilizing geophysical crews and project equipment to its Eureka Project, a copper-gold prospect located in the Jujuy province of Argentina.

The planned 3D IP survey will be conducted over the historic Eureka mine to determine if the known area of flat lying copper rich beds can be geophysically traced and detected further at depth. Only 70 metres of the 450 metre deep, prospective Eureka formation has been explored to date. If a correlation is present then the survey will be conducted over the initial 8 square km target area previously identified by Minera Peñoles, and then further extended to cover the entire property.

EUREKA PROJECT

The 10,192.34 hectare Eureka property is located in the northwest corner of Jujuy Province in northern Argentina, near the border with Bolivia. The property is accessible from the provincial capital of San Salvador de Jujuy, approximately 4 hours to the south, and easy access within the property by a series of gravel roads. For further information please visit our website at www.tnrgoldcorp.com

UPDATED WEBSITE FOR TNR

TNR has recently completed the redesign of their website which is tailored to the investment community. The site contains extensive information about the Company and TNR invites you to visit the site at www.tnrgoldcorp.com.

On behalf of the board,

Gary Schellenberg
President

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