Press Releases

The technical report ni 43-101 is filed on sedar: Measured and indicated resources for the Paul zone have more than tripled

This technical report conducted by GoldMinds Geoservices Inc., in cooperation with Met-Chem Canada Inc., confirms that the Paul Zone contains more than 590 million metric tons (Mt) of measured and indicated resources.The Paul Zone is the main zone of the Lac à Paul phosphate mining project in the Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean region, Quebec, Canada.

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Arianne Resources Inc. amends warrant re-pricing and extension plan

In essence, the TSX Venture Exchange has asked that the pricing of the Warrants be amended based on the fact that the closing price of Arianne’s shares increased after press releases were issued by the corporation following the announcement of the Warrant Re-pricing and Extension Plan.

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Arianne Resources is taking further steps to train mine workers at its Lac a Paul project

Over the coming weeks, the three organizations will work toward concluding a partnership agreement that will create training programs to meet the labour needs identified to operate the Lac à Paul open-pit mine. This agreement will be announced officially at the time of signing. The training programs will affect various types of jobs, from pre-production to operations, including technical services.

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Arianne Resources Inc. issues update on the transportation component of its Lac a Paul mining project, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec, Canada

The scenario currently under study involves transporting ore by road using heavy haulage trucks from the mine to a sorting centre located north of Saint-Ludger-de-Milot. The ore will then be transported by standard truck to a transfer yard located near the former Rio Tinto Alcan plant in Alma. From this location, the apatite concentrate will be shipped by train to North American markets or to the deep-water port in Grande-Anse, Saguenay, to supply mainly international markets.

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Arianne Resources becomes an active member of the community with its Lac a Paul mining project, Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Quebec, Canada

The Company intends to take an active part in various committees created by the Innu communities and the various MRCs across the Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean region with the objective of promoting local economic benefits. It has also committed to become a participant in the regional committee on economic benefits in order to facilitate the realization of regional benefits that should accrue from the development of the Lac à Paul phosphate mining project.

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