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Drill results expands Corvus Gold's Mother Lode

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Corvus Gold (TSX: KOR, NASDAQ: KOR) said today it received additional results from its high-grade Central Intrusive Zone (CIZ) in the central feeder zone target of the at the Mother Lode project.

Corvus's Mother Lode districts are located in Nevada.

Hole ML20-162CT drilled through the Main Zone returning typical width and grade (38.3m @ 2.15 g/t gold) and then went through multiple high-grade zones in the dominantly oxide lower CIZ, returning 34.7m @ 4.24 g/t gold, 35.9m @ 1.77 g/t gold, 24.8m @ 2.47 g/t gold & 8.9 g/t silver, 40.5m @ 1.45 g/t gold.

Jeffrey Pontius, President and CEO of Corvus, said, “The expansion of the central feeder zone continues to enlarge our higher-grade zones, many of which present interesting underground mining potential with attractive widths and grades should they continue below the currently projected pit bottom. As Mother Lode expands, it is emerging as a key asset to us in a major new Nevada gold belt stretching from Mother Lode in the south to Silicon in the north. Corvus controls an impressive and growing gold mineral resource and highly strategic land package in this belt representing significant value for our shareholder with multiple development options.”

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