VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - March 01, 2017) - Logan Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: LGR) ("Logan" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has received encouraging results for an initial, eight hole RC program at its Brik gold property in Nevada. Highlights include:

  • Hole 16-01 intersected significant oxide gold presence near-surface and returned 33.53m grading 1.11 g/t Au
  • Hole 16-02 intersected heavily oxidized vein material at depth and returned 33.52m grading 1.15 g/t Au

The Brik property is subject to a previously-announced Option Agreement (news release July 7, 2016) with Pilot Gold (USA) Inc. ("Pilot"). Under the Option Agreement, Logan can earn a 51% participating interest in four of nine properties by incurring US$1.0 million in total expenditures in the first 12 months after closing and by issuing 9.9% of its issued and outstanding common shares to Pilot upon completion of the first financing (news release August 18, 2016). Additional mechanisms are in place that would allow Logan to earn up to 80% in the selected properties.

The Brik property is located in the Cedar Range of Lincoln County, Nevada. Brik is one of several, low sulfidation epithermal gold and silver systems in southeastern Nevada that occur in an area of nested volcanic calderas. The claim block includes multiple exploration targets of which one, Hidden Treasure, was the focus of Logan's exploration program. The target centers on a prominent silicified knob that includes phases of milky quartz, chalcedonic quartz, and quartz breccia, covering an area roughly 200 x 200 meters. As reported in the news release dated September 20, 2016, targets tested include the gold-bearing silica cap, deeper mineralization thought to be controlled by steep structures, and geophysical targets likely to represent additional zones of silicification favorable for gold mineralization.

A total of eight holes were drilled for 1,380 meters. Hole 16-01 demonstrated the presence of significant oxide gold in the near-surface and returned 33.53m @ 1.11 g/t Au (1.52 - 35.05m). Holes 16-01 and Hole 16-03 also intersected deeper, oxidized gold mineralization controlled by NW trending structures. An important result of the program is the expansion of the permissive stratigraphy to the east; hole 16-03 was prematurely terminated in rhyolite grading 1.37 g/t, for the first time demonstrating grade beyond the andesite contact. Perhaps most significantly, hole 16-02 tested a deep CSAMT resistor and returned 33.52m grading 1.15 g/t Au in heavily oxidized vein material (211.84 - 245.36m). Logan regards this hole as a significant "proof of concept" providing solid evidence that cost-effective ground geophysical surveys will generate additional drill targets.

Logan has completed limited additional test work on the drill chip rejects, including CN soluble gold analyses, metallic sieve analyses, and a study of the distribution of gold in different size fractions. Results support the presence of coarse gold in higher grade samples, and preferential occurrence of gold in the coarser size fraction materials. This, along with the brecciated character of the host rock, is believed to contribute to relatively high, intrinsic variability in this deposit.

Taken together, these results enhance our understanding of the basic geometry of the gold-mineralizing system at Brik, and give us confidence that the system extends to depth and can be effectively targeted utilizing ground geophysical surveys.

Logan is now incorporating these results into the existing 3D Leapfrog model, and considering options for further exploration of the property.

Complete assay results for the Logan 2016 RC drilling program can be found in the table below.

Hole  NAD83  Az.  Inc  TD  TD  From  To  Interval  From  To  Interval  Au  Au
ID  East  North   (ft)  (m)  (ft)  (ft)  (ft)  (m)  (m)  (m)  (g/t)  (oz/ton)
BK1601  741935  4173203  50  -70  605  184.40  5  115  110  1.52  35.05  33.53  1.11  0.032
               including  5  50  45  1.52  15.24  13.72  2.29  0.067
                  485  490  5  147.83  149.35  1.52  0.42  0.012
BK1602  741951  4173186  50  -78  970  295.66  0  5  5  0  1.52  1.52  0.87  0.025
                  65  120  55  19.81  36.58  16.77  0.44  0.013
               including  110  115  5  33.53  35.05  1.52  1.49  0.043
                  695  805  110  211.84  245.36  33.52  1.15  0.034
               including  745  770  25  227.08  234.70  7.60  1.99  0.058
BK1603  741985  4173154  50  -65  335  102.11  310  355  45  94.49  108.2  13.71  0.47  0.014
               including  350  355  5  106.68  108.2  1.52  1.37  0.04
BK1604  741887  4173226  0  -90  165  50.29  0  95  95  0  28.96  28.96  0.46  0.013
               including  50  60  10  15.24  18.29  3.05  1.52  0.044
BK1605  741856  4173279  90  -60  760  231.65  270  275  5  82.3  83.82  1.52  0.52  0.015
                  470  500  30  143.26  152.4  9.14  0.038  0.011
                  665  670  5  202.69  204.22  1.53  0.50  0.015
                  715  720  5  217.93  219.46  1.53  2.27  0.066
BK1606  741943  4173032  240  -65  500  152.40  No Significant Results
BK1607  742109  4172984  230  -75  645  196.60  330  340  10  100.58  103.63  3.05  0.21  0.006
                  595  600  5  181.36  182.88  1.52  0.30  0.009
BK1608  741923  4173230  40  -60  525  160.02  0  15  15  0  4.57  4.57  0.40  0.012
                  170  185  15  51.82  56.39  4.57  0.80  0.023
                  360  470  110  109.73  143.26  33.53  0.48  0.014
               including  360  370  10  109.73  112.78  3.05  0.89  0.026
               and  415  420  5  126.49  128.02  1.53  2.81  0.082
               and  445  465  20  135.64  141.73  6.09  0.75  0.022

Composite assays for the 2016 Logan drilling program at Hidden Treasure (note: widths are down hole; true widths may be less)

All samples are prepared from drill cuttings processed through a rotary splitter on site in Nevada. Split drill cutting samples are then sent to ALS Chemex Laboratories, an independent laboratory located in Reno, Nevada for total gold, sequential gold, and multi-element analyses. Standards, blanks, and duplicate assays are included at regular intervals in each sample batch submitted from the field as part of an ongoing Quality Assurance/Quality Control Program.

The technical information within this news release has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Craig S. Bow, Vice President Exploration for Logan. Dr. Bow is a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101. Dr. Bow has verified the data underlying the exploration results disclosed in this news release by reviewing the data archive for completeness and confirming the adequacy of the procedures related to sampling, sample preparation, sample security, as well as reviewing the qualifications of the laboratories providing the sample results and analytical procedures.

About Logan Resources Ltd.
Logan Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: LGR) is a junior exploration company in the business of acquiring and advancing mineral properties. Logan's focus is on actively exploring nine gold properties in Nevada and Utah, USA that are under option from Pilot Gold Inc. Logan also has a 20% carried interest in the Gorilla Lake uranium property, and has a 100% interest in the Redford iron ore property on Vancouver Island, Canada. Redford is a former producing iron ore mine. For more information, please visit

Logan Resources Ltd. is part of the King & Bay West Group of companies. King & Bay West is a merchant bank and management services company that specializes in identifying, funding, developing and managing growth opportunities in the resource and technology sectors.

On behalf of the Board
"Mark Morabito"
Chief Executive Officer

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