Vancouver, B.C. December 30, 2013, TNR Gold Corp. (the “Company” or “TNR) (TSX VENTURE:TNR.V ) has arranged to extend the $1-million bridge loan and accrued interest, from one of its current shareholders, from January 1, 2014 to February 15, 2014. The loan bears interest at 8 percent per year and is secured by a promissory note, general security agreement and deed of trust over the company’s mining claims located in Alaska.
ABOUT TNR GOLD Corp. (www.tnrgoldcorp.com)
Over the past twenty-one years TNR, through its lead generator business model, has been successful in generating high quality exploration projects around the globe. With the Company’s expertise, resources and industry network, it is well positioned to aggressively identify, source, explore, partner and continue to expand its project portfolio.
TNR Gold recently reported an inferred mineral resource at the Shotgun Gold project in Alaska containing 20,734,313 tonnes at 1.06 grams per tonne (“g/t”) gold for a total of 705,960 ounces gold (“Au”) using a 0.5 g/t Au cut-off (see news release dated 22 April 2013).
TNR is also a major shareholder of International Lithium Corp. (TSX:ILC.V) (“ILC”), a company created by TNR to advance its internationally acquired lithium prospects. TNR currently holds about 25.5% of the outstanding shares of ILC.
At its core, TNR provides significant exposure to gold and copper through its holdings in Alaska and Argentina and is committed to continued generation of in-demand projects, while diversifying its markets and building shareholder value.
John Harrop, PGeo, FGS, is a “Qualified Person” as defined under NI 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical content of this news release.
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On behalf of the board,
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