TNR Gold Corp. (“TNR”) has received the final drill results from its Tyner Lake Project, located at Highland Valley, British Columbia.

The program consisted of drill-testing five targets, generated by TNR’s 2006 3D-IP geophysical survey on the property, for a total length of 624.5 metres. Trace values of copper and molybdenum were encountered over short intervals in all five (5) holes. No further work has been recommended on this project and the property will be returned to the vendor.

TNR Gold Corp is primarily focused on developing three (3) gold and base metal projects in Argentina and the Shotgun, gold project in Alaska. Most of these projects are in historically productive or significantly prospective districts. TNR’s exploration team also evaluates projects, such as Tyner Lake, which can quickly be taken to decision point for management.

John Harrop, P.Geo. (BC), is a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101, and has reviewed the content of this news release.


Gary Schellenberg,

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