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Champion Bear appoints Plomp, Borysenko to board

2019-01-31 17:07 ET - News Release

Mr. Richard Kantor reports

CHAMPION BEAR PROVIDES CORPORATE UPDATE

Champion Bear Resources Ltd. has appointed Frederick Plomp and Jessica Borysenko as directors of the company. The company is also announcing the resignations of Brad Butler and Todd Dillabough from the company's board of directors, and Audrey Och as chief financial officer.

"Fred and Jessica bring a wealth of on-the-ground operational and technical experience to Champion Bear, and we are pleased to welcome them to the board. We also want to thank each of Brad, Todd and Audrey for their service," commented Richard Kantor, chairman and president of the company.

Mr. Plomp is an independent businessman with over 28 years of experience in the mining industry, having discovered and overseen a number of exploration programs for gold, copper, zinc and other minerals. He has extensive knowledge of the company's prospects, including the Eagle Rock palladium copper project and Plomp Farm gold project, the latter of which he discovered.

Ms. Borysenko is a professional GIS (geographic information system) geologist with a broad range of exploration expertise and over 15 years of experience in the natural resource sector. She is a strategic leader with proven ability to assist in the advancement of exploration projects providing solid GIS and geological expertise. She is also a PGeo and qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

About Champion Bear Resources Ltd.

Champion Bear is a mineral exploration company focused exclusively on the historically prospective regions of Ontario. The company's primary targets are platinum group metals, precious metals and polymetallic base-metal deposits. Champion Bear's aim is to create shareholder value through selective property acquisition followed by focused exploration emphasizing drilling. The company has assembled a large land position in the Dryden and Sudbury areas, totalling over 16,000 hectares.

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