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Rogue Resources Announces Drill Core Assays Return up to 99.94% Silica, Drill Program Expanded to 10,500 Meters, PEA and NI 43-101 Resource Report Contract Signed

VANCOUVER, BC–(Marketwired – November 30, 2015) – Rogue Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE: RRS)

  • QUARTZITE UNIT DRILL CORE ASSAYS UP TO 99.94% SiO2
  • DRILL PROGRAM EXPANDED TO 10,500 METERS, 9,190 METERS COMPLETED
  • MET-CHEM CONTRACTED TO PROVIDE NI 43-101 RESOURCE AND PEA STUDIES
  • 346 METERS NQ CORE AIRFREIGHTED TO DORFNER ANZAPLAN IN GERMANY FOR ANALYSIS WITH 300 METERS PQ CORE TO FOLLOW FOR A COMBINED TOTAL WEIGHT OF 4,015 KGS

Rogue Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE: RRS) (“Rogue” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has recieved high purity silica SiO2 drill core assays of up to 99.94% from the Lac de la Grosse Femelle silica project (“Femelle”) located approximately 42 kilometers (“km”) north of Baie-Saint Paul, Québec, and 4 km northeast of Sitec’s operating silica mine. These are some of the highest purity levels recorded by the Company since drilling began in August of this year.

Drill Program General Update
The Company’s 7,500 meter (m) drill program has been increased by 3,000 m to a total of 10,500 m. At present, 9,190 meters (m) have been drilled with the remaining program to be completed within the coming weeks. The additional 3,000 m of drilling will bring the drill spacing to 50 m intervals, allowing for more comprehensive and complete NI 43-101 compliant resource and PEA reporting. Drilling continues to test the extent of Quartzite Units “G” and “H”, including their purity, depth, width and the length of extension below surface. The drill program is now scheduled to be completed in the second week of December and remains within budget. Drilling has identified the strike length of the G quartzite unit and is firming up the average width as well as depth by way of 50 to 65 degree angle drilling. Both G and H units remain open at depth with initial drilling designed to intercept the quartzite located primarily above the valley bottom floor (ground level), therefore making it potentially easier and more straightforward to extract. Down dip drilling (completed in holes GF15-1 to 3 only) was stopped in quartzite at 260 m and remains open at depth.

NI43-101 Resource Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”)
A contract has been signed with Met-Chem located in Montreal, Quebec, who will complete a NI43-101 compliant resource report and at the same time, a PEA. Site visits by Met-Chem recently occurred with studies and the gathering of exploration data initiated. Met-Chem is an independent firm, established in 1969 as a consulting engineering company with its headquarters in Montreal, Quebec. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of UEC Technologies LLC which is part of United States Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Met-Chem offers a wide range of technical and engineering services for any project size during a project’s life-cycle from the exploration, conceptual or feasibility stage to the development of facility closure strategies. Met-Chem will be working closely with Anzaplan as it completes its testing regime and with Rogue’s exploration staff on an ongoing basis as they compile drill and assay results.

Anzaplan Testing of PQ and NQ Core
Shipment by air of 346 m of NQ core to Anzaplan in Germany took place last week with the PQ core shipment to follow shortly. It is estimated that a total of 4,015 kilograms (“kg”) of core will be delivered to Anzaplan for testing; NQ for chemical analysis and PQ for chemical purity, thermal stability (decrepitation), shock tests, sensor-based sorting, mineralogical characterization, mineral dressing and conventional comminution, physical treatment (attrition, magnetic separation, flotation, high tension separation), chemical processing, and laboratory melting tests.

Part of Anzaplan’s testing will identify the processes required to further purify the quartzite, which will ultimately help determine usage(s) and value. These results will be incorporated into the reports being prepared by Met-Chem.

To view a photo of drill core, click on the URL below:
http://www.rogueresources.ca/i/maps/Core-Image-NQ-and-PQ-Nov2015.jpg

Environmental Studies
WSP Canada Inc. continues with its environmental impact studies, and other project studies to determine issues affecting the human and social environment, and the regulatory framework for the potential mining of a mineral deposit in this area. WSP is advising the Company in all matters pertaining to the Environment Quality Act managed by the Ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et de Lutte contre les changements climatiques’ (MDDELCC) and Ministère de l’Énergie et des Ressources naturelles (MERN).

“The end of the 2015 drill program is in sight which leads the Company directly into compiling the drill data and assay results. Having Anzaplan conducting their testing, as well as Met-Chem beginning their work at this early stage, gives the Company a head start in determining the possibility of advancing to development,” commented John de Jong, CEO and President. “The assay work being completed by ALS continues to validate the high purity silica values across the holes being reported in this release. We are pleased that all of our work is on schedule, within budget and that we have the finances to complete all of the work required to potentially advance the project to the initial permitting stage.”

To view full assay results and completed drill hole tables, click on the URL below:
http://www.rogueresources.ca/i/maps/Table-1-and-Table-2-Assay-Tables-Nov2015.pdf

To view a drill hole placement map and cross section, click on the URL below:
http://www.rogueresources.ca/i/maps/DDH-Plan-and-Cross-Sections-Nov2015.pdf

Drill Specific Updates and Assays
To date 57 drill holes have been completed, GF15-1 to GF15-57 (Table 2), a total of 9,161 m. 51 drill holes have been drilled on the G Quartzite and have intersected widths of up to 112 m of quartzite, drilled between holes GF15-1 on section 600W and GF15-35 on section 1300E, a quartzite strike of approximately 1,950 m (Figure 1). The G quartzite has a true width between 32 m and 93 m of white to pinkish-red quartzite that is coarse, crystalline and massive to banded. On the western side of the Quartzite G, 27 drill holes have been drilled (Figure 1), intersecting quartzite over a strike length of 650 m with average true width of 93 m. On the eastern side of Quartzite G, 24 drill holes have been drilled (Figure 1), intersecting quartzite over a strike length of 615 m with true widths of 35 m to 76 m that widens and has been followed up to the section 1300E drill hole GF15-35. The quartzite is white, coarse, crystalline, and massive. On Quartzite H, located 225 m north of Quartzite G, six drill holes have been completed, GF15-4, GF15-24, GF15-26, GF15-27, GF15-29 and GF15-31, intersecting between 44 m to 60 m of white quartzite, coarse grain, crystalline and massive. The quartzite has a strike length of 475 m and is open to the east and west.

Drill holes GF15-6, GF15-7, and GF15-10 through GF15-19 assay results have been received. Please refer to (Tables 1, 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F, 1G, 1H, 1I, 1J, 1K,1L) and (Figures 1, through 12) by clicking on the link provided above.

Drill Hole GF15-6 Details

  • Located north of channel R7 and drilled between channels R7 and R8 on the G quartzite zone.
  • Total of 80 samples with sampling length of 108.9 m in quartzite or 78.5 m true width
  • 41 of 80 samples returning assays ranging from 97.9% to 98.9% SiO2 over combined width of 63.6 m

Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

  • Sequence 1: 3.3 m core length (30.2m to 33.5m) or 6.3 m true width
  • 3.3 m interval, 2 assays between 98.3 and 98.4% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 2.7 m core length (36.3 m to 39.0 m) or 9.2 m true width
    • 2.7 m interval, 2 assays between 98.0 and 98.5% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 8.45 m core length (40.55m to 49.0m) or 13.7 m true width
    • 8.45 m interval, 6 assays between 98.0 and 98.7% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 13.5 m core length (49.5m to 63.0m) or 13.5 m true width
    • 13.5 m interval, 11 assays between 98.0 and 98.9% SiO2
  • Sequence 5: 4.0 m core length (66.0 m to 70.0 m) or 2.9 m true width
    • 2.9 m interval, 2 assays between 98.0 and 98.1% SiO2
  • Sequence 6: 15.9 m core length (76.4m to 92.35m) or 13.7 m true width
    • 15.9 m interval, 10 assays between 98.0 and 98.8% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-7 Details

    • Located north of channel R7 and drilled between channels R7 and R8 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total of 112 samples with sampling length of 146.15 m in quartzite or 76.5 m true width
    • 35 of 112 samples returning assays ranging from 97.9% to 98.9% SiO2 over combined width of 50.3 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 2.6 m core length (46.9m to 49.5m) or 1.36 m true width
    • 2.6 m interval 2 assays between 98.0 and 98.6% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 4.15 m core length (55.2 m to 60.7 m) or 2.17 m true width
    • 4.15 m interval, 5 assays between 98.4 and 98.6% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 2.7 m core length (63.3 m to 66.0 m) or 1.4 m true width
    • 2.7 m interval, 3 assays between 97.9 and 98.2% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 2.2 m core length (66.5 m to 68.7 m) or 1.15 m true width
    • 2.2 m interval, 2 assays at 98.0% SiO2
  • Sequence 5: 10.3 m core length (71.0 m to 81.3 m) or 5.38 m true width
    • 10.3 m interval, 6 assays between 97.9 and 98.8% SiO2
  • Sequence 6: 14.95 m core length (100.4 m to 115.35 m) or 7.81 m true width
    • 14.95 m interval, 9 assays between 98.2 and 98.6% SiO2
  • Sequence 7: 3.9 m core length (155.1 m to 159.0 m) or 2.0 m true width
    • 3.9 m interval, 3 assays between 98.0 and 98.9% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-10 Details

    • Located 150 m northeast of drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total of 86 samples with sampling length of 121.2 m in quartzite or 108.5 m true width
    • 35 of 86 samples returning assays ranging from 97.91% to 99.35% SiO2 over combined width of 52.45 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 2.35 m core length (47.8 m to 50.15 m) or 2.1 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.05% SiO2
    • 2.35 m interval, 2 assays between 97.96 and 99.05% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 4.1 m core length (51.55 m to 55.65 m) or 3.67 m true width
    • 4.1 m interval, 3 assays between 98.15 and 98.62% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 6.05 m core length (64.75 m to 70.8 m) or 5.4 m true width
    • 6.05 m interval, 4 assays between 97.91 and 98.75% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 6.3 m core length (78.2 m to 84.5 m) or 5.6 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.01% SiO2
    • 6.3 m interval, 5 assays between 98.35 and 99.01% SiO2
  • Sequence 5: 23.0 m core length (86.8 m to 109.8 m) or 20.6 m true width
    • 2 assays between 99.11 and 99.35% SiO2
    • 23.0 m interval, 14 assays between 97.91 and 99.35% SiO2
  • Sequence 6: 3.0 m core length (110.8 m to 113.8 m) or 2.7 m true width
    • 3.0 m interval, 2 assays between 98.22 and 98.36% SiO2
  • Sequence 7: 2.95 m core length (146.95 m to 149.9 m) or 2.6 m true width
    • 2.95 m interval, 2 assays between 98.08 and 98.14% SiO2
  • Sequence 8: 4.7 m core length (155.0 m to 159.7 m) or 4.21 m true width
    • 4.7 m interval, 3 assays between 98.0 and 98.45% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-11 Details

    • Located 250 m northeast of drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total 81 samples with sampling length of 110.6 m in quartzite or 102.5 m true width
    • 41 of 81 samples returning assays ranging from 97.9% to 99.94% SiO2 over combined width of 63.6 meters

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 3.85 m core length (72.95 m to 76.8 m) or 3.6 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.43% SiO2
    • 3.85 m interval, 3 assays between 98.06% and 99.43% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 19.4 m core length (79.6 m to 99.0 m) or 18.0 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.02% SiO2
    • 19.4 m interval, 14 assays between 97.9 and 99.02% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 3.0 m core length (112.9 m to 115.9 m) or 2.8 m true width
    • 2 assays 99.02 and 99.94% SiO
    • 3.0 m interval, 2 assays between 99.02 and 99.94% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 0.9 m core length (117.1 m to 118.0 m) or 0.8 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.08% SiO2
    • 0.9 m interval assayed 99.08% SiO2
  • Sequence 5: 7.5 m core length (119.4 m to 126.9 m) or 7.0 m true width
    • 2 assays 99.31 and 99.71% SiO2
    • 7.5 m interval, 7 assays between 98.51 and 99.71% SiO2
  • Sequence 6: 2.7 m core length (130.3 m to 133.0 m) or 2.5 m true width
    • 2.7 m interval, 2 assays between 98.06 and 98.42% SiO2
  • Sequence 7: 3.8 m core length (149.5 m to 153.3 m) or 3.5 m true width
    • 3.8 m interval, 3 assays between 98.03 and 98.53% SiO2
  • Sequence 8: 4.6 m core length (168.25 m to 172.85 m) or 4.3 m true width
    • 4.6 m interval, 3 assays between 97.9 and 98.5% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-12 Details

    • Located 350 m northeast of drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total 104 samples with sampling length of 111.2 m in quartzite or 96.5 m true width
    • 62 of 104 samples returning assays ranging from 97.91 to 99.9% SiO2 over combined width of 67.95 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 6.7 m core length (80.6 m to 87.3 m) or 5.81 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.09% SiO2
    • 6.7 m interval, 5 assays between 98.22 and 99.09% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 8.85 m core length (91.35 m to 100.2 m) or 7.7 m true width
    • 2 assays between 99.07 and 99.35% SiO2
    • 8.85 m interval, 5 assays between 98.43 and 99.35% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 4.3 m core length (101.3 m to 105.6 m) or 3.73 m true width
    • 4.3 m interval, 3 assays between 97.91 and 98.6% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 21.1 m core length (107.35 m to 128.45 m) or 18.3 m true width
    • 11 assays between 99.0 and 99.99% SiO2
    • 21.1 m interval, 22 assays between 98.13 and 99.99% SiO2
  • Sequence 5: 5.5 m core length (129.7 m to 135.2 m) or 4.8 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.08 SiO2
    • 5.5 m interval, 6 assays between 98.14% and 99.08% SiO2
  • Sequence 6: 2.9 m core length (165.1 m to 168.0 m) or 2.5 m true width
    • 2.9 m interval, 3 assays between 98.1 and 98.89% SiO2
  • Sequence 7: 8.5 m core length (168.9 m to 177.4 m) or 7.4 m true width
    • 2 assays 99.26 and 99.35% SiO2
    • 8.5 m interval, 8 assays between 98.0 and 99.35% SiO2
  • Sequence 8: 5.8 m core length (178.1 m to 183.9 m) or 5.0 m true width
    • 5.8 m interval, 5 assays between 98.13 and 98.99% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-13 Details

    • Located 450 m northeast of drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total 81 samples with sampling length of 92.4 m in quartzite or 86.0 m true width
    • 46 of 81 samples returning assays ranging from 97.9 to 99.5% SiO2 over combined width of 54.9 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 2.4 m core length (85.9 m to 88.3 m) or 2.2 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.12% SiO2
    • 2.4 m interval, 2 assays between 98.38 and 99.12% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 2.6 m core length (91.0 m to 93.6 m) or 2.4 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.4% SiO2
    • 2.6 m interval, 2 assays between 98.08 and 99.4% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 7.0 m core length (94.9 m to 101.9 m) or 6.5 m true width
    • 7.0 m interval, 4 assays between 98.38 and 98.9% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 2.5 m core length (102.5 m to 105.0 m) or 2.3 m true width
    • 2.5 m interval, 2 assays 98.71 and 98.95% SiO2
  • Sequence 5: 5.2 m core length (105.6 m to 110.8 m) or 4.8 m true width
    • 5.2 m interval, 5 assays between 98.25 and 98.84% SiO2
  • Sequence 6: 11.7 m core length (120.4 m to 132.1 m) or 10.9 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.0% SiO2
    • 11.7 m interval, 10 assays between 98.18 and 99.0% SiO2
  • Sequence 7: 9.8 m core length (147.7 m to 157.5 m) or 9.1 m true width
    • 9.8 m interval, 9 assays between 97.9 and 98.5% SiO2
  • Sequence 8: 6.4 m core length (165.4 m to 171.8 m) or 6.0 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.34% SiO2
    • 6.4 m interval, 5 assays between 98.01 and 99.34% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-14 Details

    • Located 850 m northeast of the drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total 33 samples with sampling length of 34.6 m in quartzite or 30.0 m true width
    • 17 of 33 samples returning assays ranging from 97.9 to 98.9% SiO2 over combined width of 17.9 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 3.8 m core length (53.2 m to 57.0 m) or 3.3 m true width
    • 3.8 m interval, 2 assays between 98.19 and 98.71% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 2.8 m core length (64.7 m to 67.5 m) or 2.4 m true width
    • 2.8 m interval, 3 assays between 98.08 and 98.69% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 1.85 m core length (73.25 m to 75.1 m) or 1.6 m true width
    • 1.85 m interval, 2 assays between 97.9 and 98.9% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 3.1 m core length (80.25 m to 83.3 m) or 2.6 m true width
    • 3.1 m interval, 2 assays 98.36 and 98.67% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-15 Details

    • Located 950 m northeast of the drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone
    • Total 17 samples with sampling length of 20.7 m in quartzite or 17.0 m true width
    • 4 of 17 samples returning assays ranging from 98.38 to 98.83% SiO2 over combined width of 6.9 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 2.7 m core length (56.2 m to 58.9 m) or 2.2 m true width
    • 2.7 m interval, 2 assays between 98.38 and 98.83% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-16 Details

    • Located 1050 m northeast of the drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total 13 samples with sampling length of 12.2 m in quartzite or 8.9 m true width
    • 9 of 13 samples returning assays ranging from 98.0 to 99.1% SiO2 over combined width of 8.9 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 5.9 m core length (64.1 m to 70.0 m) or 4.3 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.1% SiO2
    • 5.9 m interval, 6 assays between 98.0 and 99.1% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 1.45 m core length (74.0 m to 75.45 m) or 1.1 m true width
    • 1.45 m interval, 2 assays between 98.34 and 98.67% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-17 Details

    • Located 1150 m northeast of the drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total 28 samples with sampling length of 33.35 m in quartzite or 29.0 m true width
    • 18 of 28 samples returning assays ranging from 97.94 to 99.22% SiO2 over combined width of 20.6 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 1.8 m core length (28.5 m to 30.3 m) or 1.6 m true width
    • 1.8 m interval, 2 assays between 98.52 and 98.57% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 3.8 m core length (30.8 m to 34.6 m) or 3.3 m true width
    • 3.8 m interval, 3 assays between 98.03 and 98.23% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 2.4 m core length (35.35 m to 37.75 m) or 2.1 m true width
    • 2.4 m interval, 2 assays between 97.94 and 98.0% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 7.15 m core length (46.6 m to 53.75 m) or 6.2 m true width
    • 1 assay 99.22% SiO2
    • 7.15 m interval, 6 assays between 98.09 and 99.22% SiO2
  • Sequence 5: 3.05 m core length (54.4 m to 57.45 m) or 2.65 m true width
    • 3.05 m interval, 3 assays between 97.97 and 98.37% SiO2

    Drill Hole GF15-18 Details

    • Located 1250 m northeast of drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
    • Total 44 samples with sampling length of 43.1 m in quartzite or 35.0 m true width
    • 23 of 44 samples returning assays ranging from 97.9 to 99.07% SiO2 over combined width of 24.7 m

    Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

    • Sequence 1: 1.05 m core length (60.55 m to 61.6 m) or 0.84 m true width
    • 1.05 m interval, 2 assays between 98.39 and 98.51% SiO2
  • Sequence 2: 2.6 m core length (62.5 m to 65.1 m) or 2.1 m true width
    • 2.6 m interval, 2 assays between 98.28 and 98.35% SiO2
  • Sequence 3: 2.75 m core length (65.75 m to 68.5 m) or 2.2 m true width
    • 2.75 m interval, 2 assays between 98.29 and 98.51% SiO2
  • Sequence 4: 4.0 m core length (69.0 m to 73.0 m) or 3.2 m true width
      • 4.0 m interval, 4 assays between 97.95 and 98.84% SiO2
    • Sequence 5: 13.4 m core length (73.5 m to 86.9 m) or 10.66 m true width
      • 3 assays between 99.01 and 99.07% SiO2
      • 13.4 m interval, 13 assays between 97.9 and 99.07% SiO2

      Drill Hole GF15-19 Details

      • Located 1345 m northeast of drill hole GF15-6 on the G quartzite zone.
      • Total 64 samples with sampling length of 74.5 m in quartzite or 62.0 m true width
      • 32 of 64 samples returning assays ranging from 98.03 to 99.68% SiO2 over combined width of 37.3 meters

      Sequence of Assayed Silica Oxide Contents (Over 98% SiO2)

      • Sequence 1: 8.7 m core length (50.07 m to 58.8 m) or 7.3 m true width
      • 2 assays 99.38 and 99.68% SiO2
      • 8.7 m interval, 7 assays between 98.29 and 99.68% SiO2
    • Sequence 2: 6.3 m core length (62.75 m to 69.05 m) or 5.2 m true width
      • 3 assays 99.1 to 99.4% SiO2
      • 6.3 m interval, 6 assays between 98.13 and 99.4% SiO2
    • Sequence 3: 3.2 m core length (70.3 m to 73.5 m) or 2.7 m true width
      • 2 assays 99.0 and 99.34% SiO2
      • 3.2 m interval, 3 assays between 98.37 and 99.34% SiO2
    • Sequence 4: 2.1 m core length (79.4 m to 81.5 m) or 1.8 m true width
      • 2.1 m interval, 2 assays between 98.03 and 98.21% SiO2
    • Sequence 5: 7.45 m core length (82.0 m to 89.45 m) or 6.2 m true width
      • 1 assay 99.0% SiO2
      • 7.45 m interval, 6 assays between 98.22 and 99.0% SiO2
    • Sequence 6: 8.4 m core length (90.1 m to 98.5 m) or 7.0 m true width
      • 8.4 m interval, 7 assays between 98.24 and 98.8% SiO2

      Private Placement and Options
      The Company announces that, subject to regulatory approval, it is extending its private placement until December 24, 2015. For details of the private placement see the news release dated September 9, 2015. The Company also announces that it has issued 1,670,000 stock options to directors, officers and consultants at an exercise price of $0.11 with an expiry date of November 30, 2022.

      About Rogue Resources Inc.
      With its diverse portfolio of properties, all in good standing, the Company has the ability to focus its efforts and finances on the project that demonstrates the greatest market potential for return. The joint announcement by the Québec Government and Grupo FerroAtlantica, one of the world’s largest silicon metal producers, of FerroAtlantica’s $382 M investment, supported by government loans, tax credits and preferred power rates, to build a silicon metal plant near our silica property, and the extension by Québec Hydro of high voltage power to within 4 km of the project, is seen as a great foundational point to launch our silica rich quartzite property.

      The Femelle Project is located approximately 42 km north of Baie-Saint Paul, situated on the St. Lawrence River, and is 4 km northeast of the Mine Sitec silica mine, in operation for over fifty years. Access to the project is via a paved highway and well maintained forestry access roads.

      Qualified Person
      The Lac de la Grosse Femelle exploration project is under the direct supervision of Eddy Canova, P Geo., and Senior Vice-President of the Company, a Qualified Persons (“QP”) as defined by National Instrument 43-101, assisted by Alain-Jean Beauregard, P.Geo., and Daniel Gaudreault, Eng., Geo. of Geologica Inc., and Dr. Trygve Hoy, P.Eng, PhD, all independent QPs as defined by National Instrument 43-101. The Company’s QP has approved the scientific and technical content of this release.

      On Behalf of Rogue Resources Inc.

      John de Jong
      CEO & President

      Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release.

      Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements: Certain disclosures in this release constitute forward-looking statements, including timing of completion of exploration work. In making the forward-looking statements in this release, the Company has applied certain factors and assumptions that are based on the Company’s current beliefs as well as assumptions made by and information currently available to the Company, including that the Company is able to obtain any government or other regulatory approvals, that the Company is able to procure personnel, equipment and supplies required for its exploration and development activities in sufficient quantities and on a timely basis and that actual results are consistent with management’s expectations. Although the Company considers these assumptions to be reasonable based on information currently available to it, they may prove to be incorrect, and the forward-looking statements in this release are subject to numerous risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause future results to differ materially from those expressed or implied in such forward-looking statements. Such risk factors include, among others, those matters identified in its continuous disclosure filings, including its most recently filed MD&A. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The Company does not intend, and expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to, update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law.

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      For additional information regarding this news release please contact:
      John de Jong
      CEO/President
      (604) 629-1808
      www.rogueresources.ca
      [email protected]

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      Montreal, QC
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