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Jan 06, 2012

Kermode raises $300,000 for Buzz Lake Gold Project

Kermode Resources Ltd. (TSX.V Symbol - "KLM"), and its Board of Directors are pleased to announce that the Company has completed a non-brokered Private Placement for gross proceeds of $300,000. The Private Placement consisted of 3,700,000 flow-through shares and 50,000 non flow-through shares, priced at $0.08 cents per common share. All common shares issued as part of this financing will be subject to a four month hold period. Finders' fees totalling $9,280 in cash, 60,000 common shares and 195,000 Broker Warrants will be paid in respect of certain subscriptions. Each Broker Warrant is non-transferable and exercisable into one common share at $0.08 cents for a twelve month period.

The Company plans to utilize the proceeds of this financing to carry out an initial exploration program on its 100% owned Buzz Lake Gold Project, located in Snow Lake, Manitoba. This initial program will consist of geophysics and diamond drilling.

The property was the subject of historical work by Hudson Bay Exploration in the mid 1980's. Their work defined two parallel geophysical conductors, and at that time, two diamond drill holes were completed with one targeting each of the two conductors. One of the two diamond drill holes intersected gold values from 45.35m to 47.70 m and from 53.65m to 57.39m down hole. The uncut average gold content for the 3.74 metres from 53.65 to 57.39 is 7.65 gpt. No exploration work has been recorded on the property since that time.

The Buzz Lake Gold Project:

The Buzz Lake Gold Project is located in west central Manitoba, about 27 kilometres southeast of the mining community of Snow Lake. The property consists of three contiguous mineral claims covering an estimated area of four and half square kilometres, on the southeast shore of Wekusko Lake. A dirt road is located about 2.2 km south of the claims which are accessible in the summer months via boat and in winter via a winter road which crosses the property.

In 1983 Hudson Bay Exploration and Development (HBED) completed an EM 16 VLF geophysical survey on the property. The survey detected two northward trending conductors within the Broad Bay Pluton intrusive host rock (a Paleoproterozoic meta-granodiorite with inclusions of meta-volcanic lithologies). In the spring of 1985, HBED drilled two diamond drill holes, KUS 168 and KUS 169, testing these blind soil-covered geophysical conductors. While Hole KUS 168 cut a few intervals of 'hydrothermal alteration' which reported no gold values, Hole KUS169, located about 1,000m west-northwest of KUS168 on a roughly parallel geophysical conductor, intersected similar intervals of hydrothermal alteration but these are reported to contain significant gold values. The drill core log also reports a few very fine grained (0.1 to 0.3 mm) visible gold grains. The 1985 HBED assessment report (Manitoba assessment report number 93516) notes the quartz-carbonate veins observed in hole KUS169 occur in brittle fractures and shears within the intrusive, containing 1-5% disseminated sulphides. Sulphides are reported to be dominated by pyrite and arsenopyrite, with lesser amounts of chalcopyrite.

1985 HBED Drill Hole KUS169:

Gold values are reported from 45.35m to 47.70 m and from 53.65m to 57.39m down hole. The uncut average gold content for the 3.74 metres from 53.65 to 57.39 is 7.65 gpt. The most significant individual samples are shown below:

From (m)
To (m)
Interval (m)
Gold (oz/ton)
Gold (g/ton)
Including -

The preceding data pre-date and are therefore non-compliant with NI 43-101 and have not been verified by Kermode; however Kermode considers the source reliable. The data were collected in conformity with the standards of the time, and are considered useful to direct future exploration.

About Kermode:

Kermode Resources Ltd. is a publicly traded mineral exploration company that is committed to the exploration, and development of new prospects in a quest to define a world class gold deposit. Kermode intends to build value through advancement of its core assets which include the Buzz Lake Gold Project in the Snow Lake-Wekusko Region (Manitoba, Canada) and the Jackson's Arm Gold Project (Newfoundland, Canada). To date an NI 43-101 Inferred Mineral Resource of 18,300,000 tonnes at 0.84 grams per tonne gold or 495,000 ounces gold has been established at Jackson's Arm, creating a solid foundation upon which the Company will continue to build.

Michael Moore, P.Geo, is the qualified person who has reviewed the technical information contained in this news release on behalf of the Company.

Further information is available at


"Adrian O'Brien"



Forward-Looking Statements: This Kermode Resources Ltd. news release may contain certain "forward-looking" statements and information relating to Kermode which are based on the beliefs of Kermode management, as well as assumptions made by and information currently available to Kermode management. Such statements reflect the current risks, uncertainties and assumptions related to certain factors including, without limitations, exploration and development risks, expenditure and financing requirements, title matters, operating hazards, metal prices, political and economic factors, competitive factors, general economic conditions, relationships with vendors and strategic partners, governmental regulation and supervision, seasonality, technological change, industry practices, and one-time events. Should any one or more of these risks or uncertainties materialize or change, or should any underlying assumptions prove incorrect, actual results and forward-looking statements may vary materially from those described herein.