Cogonov Inc. Defines Significant Airborne VTEM Anomaly at Bass River TORONTO, ONTARIO 

TORONTO, ONTARIO – (May 19, 2015) – Cogonov Inc.. ("Cogonov" or the "Company") is pleased to report on recent progress for the Bass River Exploration Project in Nova Scotia.

In January 2015, 72 line km of airborne VTEM and magnetics were flown by Geotech Ltd. in an area to the northeast of VTEM cluster VTBR-05 that was defined in the 2013 VTEM survey. Previously recognized as prospective due to anomalous Pb / Zn soil geochemistry, the preliminary interpretation of this new target (Castlereagh) has been received and appears substantially larger and of greater magnitude than VTBR-5 (Figure 1). Previously defined by 9 individual airborne VTEM anomalies, VTBR-05 was the focus of drilling following the discovery of Pb / Zn mineralization at surface and its further delineation by soil geochemistry (Gamble Lake grid).

Detailed research by geologists from the Department of Natural Resources, Nova Scotia has assisted in interpreting the geology and style of mineralization. Approximately 1,500+ XRF analyses have been conducted on the Gamble Lake drill core and it appears that the host rocks are a sequence of mafic to felsic volcanics with mineralization associated with sericitized basalts containing pyrrhotite bands and fractures. The mineralized zone is underlain by rhyolite and rock geochemistry shows the Pb / Zn content to increase to the northeast. 

When reviewed in a regional context, the Castlereagh anomaly appears to be a separate entity, the LiDAR image showing a distinct east west break along the boundary between it and VTBR-05. The new geological interpretation suggests the host to be lower in the sequence than the Gamble Lake occurrence with potential mineralization sitting at a rhyolite / felsic contact.

In 2015, Minotaur Exploration Ltd. (Australia) will continue to assist the Bass River program. Their team is presently reprocessing and interpreting the VTEM data, further defining the individual targets. Soil geochemistry and ground based Pulse Electro-Magentic surveys will follow. Results will be interpreted by Minotaur who will propose potential drill collars.

This Press Release has been prepared by Gary Lohman, P.Geo. (QP under the terms of NI 43-101).
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Aug 28, 2014. Stakeholder Amends 70% Option Agreement for Bass River
TORONTO, ONTARIO – (Aug 28, 2014) - Stakeholder Gold Corp. ("Stakeholder" or the "Company") (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce that it has signed an amendment to its option agreement with Cogonov Inc.on the Bass River IOCG exploration project (the “Bass River Project”). The amendment was first referenced in a press release dated May 15, 2014, and increases Stakeholder’s right to earn an interest in the Bass River Project from 51% to 70%.

On January 22, 2014 and March 31, 2014, Stakeholder announced that it had secured the right to earn a 51% interest in the Bass River Project by making certain expenditures and work commitments. Stakeholder can expand its interest in the project to 70%, after earning its initial 51%, by spending a further $4M on Project exploration over 24 months, by making a cash payment of $1M to Cogonov Inc. within 6 months of earning the 51% interest, and by making share payments totaling 2,000,000 common shares of Stakeholder. The common shares are issued in tranches of 500,000 common shares, beginning on signing and issued at the next three annual anniversaries thereof.

This amendment to the option agreement, and the share issuances, are subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval.

July 15, 2014 Cogonov Awarded a Mineral Incentive Grant from the Government of Nova Scotia
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A reconnaissance program is scheduled to commence in July and will include an airborne VTEM survey identical to that which successfully delineated key targets on the Bass River claim block. The airborne survey will be followed by a ground based program consisting of prospecting, mapping and geochemical sampling.

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On May 30, 2014, Cardinal Capital Partners Inc. executed a definitive agreement for a business combination with Cogonov Inc., a private Ontario corporation. The transaction is expected to take the form of an amalgamation, arrangement, share purchase or similar form of business combination. The company plans to apply to be a Tier 1 mining issuer on the TSX Venture Exchange.

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Under the terms of the agreement, the transaction will be structured such that each Cardinal Capital shareholder will receive one combined entity (Amalco) share for each three Cardinal Capital shares owned, and each Cogonov shareholder will receive 1.25 Amalco shares for each one Cogonov share owned.

May 15, 2014. Stakeholder Enhances Bass River Terms and Provides Exploration Update
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Stakeholder has agreed with Cogonov Inc. for rights to purchase a total of 70% interest in the Bass River project pursuant to completing the work required to qualify for a 51% interest as previously announced on January 22, 2014 and March 31, 2014. If the exploration program is successful, and if Stakeholder wishes to expand interest in the project to 70%, the Company may do so by making a cash payment of $3.5M CAD to Cogonov Inc. within 6 months of completing the 51% earned interest and by making a share payment of 2,000,000 common shares of Stakeholder at a value of $500,000 by December 31, 2014. This modification to the existing earn in agreement allows Stakeholder to increase ownership interest in the property to a total of 70% pursuant to completion of the 51% earn in. The amendment to the option agreement and the share issuance is subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval.

The summer 2014 exploration program on the Bass River IOCG exploration project will follow up on airborne VTEM (Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic) anomalies first identified and delineated by Cogonov Inc. in 2012. Subsequent modeling of the geophysical data, performed by Minotaur Exploration Limited (Australia), has prioritized 5 distinct target areas. Recommendations now include soil and outcrop sampling and drill testing. Detailed mapping and prospecting in areas of the defined VTEM anomalies will be completed first. This will be complimented by soil geochemistry and ground geophysics (Pulse EM.). Upon receipt of the ground geophysical data, Minotaur will conduct additional processing, including three dimensional and inversion modeling, to select locations for drill collars.

Ground exploration will be conducted on gravity anomalies found along the Cobequid Chedabucto Fault Zone that were initially delineated by Minotaur. These targets are located along the Bass River magnetic linear, and consist of magnetite-sulphide-breccia bodies which locally contain copper mineralization. These are high priority targets for magnetite breccia style mineralization.

The Company expects to begin exploration in the next few weeks. Ground geophysics for drill target definition will follow receipt of geological and geochemical data.

The program is being managed by Cogonov Inc. with oversight provided by their Technical Advisory Committee comprised of Dr. Tony Belperio (Minotaur Exploration Limited (Australia)), Dr. Murray Hitzman (Colorado School of Mines) and Dr. Clifford Stanley (Acadia University).

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Apr 8, 2014, Stakeholder Gold signs an LOI to secure the right to earn a 51% interest in the Londonderry property
Stakeholder Gold Corp. (TSXV: SRC) ("Stakeholder" or the "Company") is pleased to report that the Company has entered into a Letter of Intent (the "LOI") with Cogonov Inc. ("Cogonov") for Stakeholder to secure the right to earn a 51% interest in the Londonderry Iron-Oxide-Copper-Gold (IOCG) project ("Londonderry" or the "Project") by making certain expenditures and work commitments. The LOI contemplates Stakeholder having a Right of First Refusal ("ROFR") over the remaining 49% interest in the Project.

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"Minotaur Exploration has a track record of success in discovering IOCG deposits. These deposit types are amongst the largest metal deposits found in nature and we are excited to be picking up the exploration program on the Bass River project as we near the target drilling phase," stated Chris Berlet, President & CEO.

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