VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – October 24, 2014 (TSX.V: BTR) BonTerra Resources Inc. (“BonTerra” or the “Company“) announces that, further to its news release dated September 24, 2014, the financing with Laurentian Bank Securities Inc. has been terminated as the original closing date of October 20, 2014 has passed.
BonTerra is in the process of planning its winter drill program on its Eastern Extension Property and will re-evaluate its financing requirements in the near future.
About BonTerra Resources
BonTerra is a Canadian gold exploration company based in Vancouver, BC focused on continuing to expand its NI 43-101 compliant gold resource on its Eastern Extension Property, part of the world famous Abitibi Greenstone Belt in mining-friendly Quebec. BonTerra has a total of three gold properties in the Urban-Barry Belt, the Eastern Extension, Lavoie and Urban-Barry properties which are located approximately 170 km NE of Val-d’Or and 125 km SW of Chibougamau in the Urban, Barry and Bailly townships in Québec.
For further information, please contact Nav Dhaliwal, President, at email@example.com.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Nav Dhaliwal, President
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