VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwired – Dec. 4, 2014) – Metallis Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:MTS) (the “Company” or “Metallis Resources”) is pleased to announce it has expanded the Kirkham Property by staking an additional 605 hectares. Two of the claims cover the northernmost extension of the Harymel Deformation Zone (HDZ). The HDZ hosts many prospects, including Metallis’ Hawlinson Monzonite Porphyry Copper/gold showing and the King Creek Prospect (see Metallis News Release dated February 25, 2014).

Fiore Aliperti, President of the Company states: “The staking of these new claims were strategic and pre-emptive in nature, as it is consolidates the Company’s total property holdings in the “Golden Triangle” region of Northwestern British Columbia and protects excellent targets during a time that others are unable to maintain their claims in good standing. Click here to view map of the new claims:

The newly-consolidated Kirkham Property was assembled because of its exploration potential for hosting Eskay Creek types of stratabound gold, silver, lead and zinc mineralization. In addition, the mineralized Hawlison Porphyry has excellent untested Copper/Gold potential. Precious metal bearing veins have also been identified on the Property. An exploration work program was carried out during August 2014 on the Kirkham Property. The exploration crew completed a program of geochemical (soil/silt/rock) sampling, prospecting and geological mapping to follow up the King Prospect identified by the 2013 Geotech VTEM airborne geophysical survey. The goal of this current program was to determine the cause and surface extent of the anomaly. The results will be announced upon completion of the review of the interpretive report.

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On behalf of the Board of Directors:

Fiore Aliperti

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director

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