Yorbeau Resources Inc. (TSX:YRB.A) (the “Company” or “Yorbeau”) is pleased to report on recent diamond drilling results at its 100% owned Scott Lake project in Quebec.

Drill hole SC-88W intersected a 15.3 metre long interval of combined stringer (mostly) and massive sulphides in the last hole of the drilling program to explore the Gap Lens. This hole was a 90 metre step out to the east of hole SC-87W3 which had intersected over 20.6 metres of 5.9% zinc, 0.7% copper and 50.9 g/t silver (press release of November 23, 2016), and a 75 metre step out to the east of hole SC-87W2 which had intersected 46.3 metres of massive sulphides grading 9.7% zinc (press release of October 20, 2016). The mineralized interval in SC-88W, as were all previous intercepts released by the Company on the Gap Lens, are located outside of the mineral resources as currently estimated at the Scott project (see attached Figure 1).

Assay results are shown below:

DDH SC-88W Section 1750W (weighted averages)

From

(m)

To

(m)

Length

(m)

Cu

%

Zn

%

Au

g/t

Ag

g/t

Remarks
929.0 944.3 15.3 0.8 7.2 0.2 34.6 Stringer and massive sulphides

(Gap Lens)

Hole SC-88W was a wedge-cut above original hole SC-88 which did not intersect mineralization and ended in barren intrusive rocks of the Chibougamau Pluton at the expected position of the Gap Lens horizon. However, hole SC-88 did intersect mineralization related to West Lens about 80 metres north of the Gap Lens horizon.

Assay results are shown below:

DDH SC-88 Section 1750W (weighted averages)

From

(m)

To

(m)

Length

(m)

Cu

%

Zn

%

Au

g/t

Ag

g/t

Remarks
863.8 874.5 10.7 0.4 3.2 0.5 34.1 stringer and massive sulphides

(West Lens) with minor mafic dykes

including
863.8 868.2 4.4 0.1 6.1 1.0 18.3 massive sulphides

(West Lens) with minor mafic dykes

As this is still preliminary drilling on the above mineralization, the exact shape and true width cannot be determined with certainty and the core lengths displayed in the above tables do not represent the true thickness of the mineralization. However, at the depth of the mineralized zone in SC-88W, the dip of the hole was at 29 degrees and the horizontal thickness of the Gap Lens mineralization therefore represents 13.4 metres. Hole SC-88W was a wedge-cut about 52 metres above hole SC-88 (see attached Figure 1).

Company president Gérald Riverin stated: “We are pleased to have completed our 18 month drilling program on the Gap Lens which represents an exciting new discovery, and happy to see that the very last hole of the program still intersected over 15 metres of mineralization, showing that Gap Lens still continues further east. The published assays were the last remaining ones to be received on the Gap Lens, and we expect now the on-going revised resource estimate to be released very shortly by Roscoe Postle Associates.”

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