Terrax Options Walsh Lake Property Adjacent To Northbelt Property, Yellowknife, Nwt; Terrax Sampling Includes Chip Sample Of 6 M @ 7.29 G/t Au

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TerraX’s sampling produced chip sample assays as high as 6 m @ 7.29 g/t Au. Highlights of this field work are summarized in the following table. A map showing the location of the Walsh Lake property and the location of the sampling referenced below is available on our web site at http://www.terraxminerals.com. Results of TerraX’s September 2013 Surface Sampling, Walsh Lake Property ———————————————————————– —– Showing Length (m) Au (g/t) —————————————————————————- Sam Otto 5.0 1.90 —————————————————————————- Mispickel Island 4.0 3.55 —————————————————————————- Mispickel Island 6.0 7.29 —————————————————————————- including 1.0 30.80 —————————————————————————- Samex 4.0 6.20 —————————————————————————- including 1.0 22.30 —————————————————————————- Nib Central 4.0 1.51 —————————————————————————- Nib North 3.0 1.45 —————————————————————————- The Walsh Lake property is underlain by Archean felsic volcanics and sediments. The structural regime on the Walsh Lake and Northbelt properties appears to be similar, with gold on the Walsh Lake property occurring in subvertical, NNW to NNE trending shear zones and associated quartz veins and biotite or sericite schists. TerraX can acquire a 100% interest in the Walsh Lake property over a four year period by making option payments totaling $90,000 ($5,000 on signing and $10,000 on the first anniversary of signing), issuing 260,000 shares (30,000 shares in the first year) and funding $400,000 of exploration expenditures ($25,000 in the first year). The vendor will retain a 2% NSR, of which 1.5% can be purchased by TerraX for $2 Million. TerraX has not completed a detailed compilation of the property, but as part of its due diligence has reviewed several reports and spent two days in September 2013 collecting samples from trenches and showings. The property has been intermittently explored since the 1930’s, including campaigns by Barrick Gold, Rubicon Minerals, Inmet Mining, and Nebex Resources Ltd. This previous exploration activity has included prospecting, mapping, soil geochemistry, airborne geophysics, Induced Polarization (ground geophysics), excavation of numerous trenches, and the drilling of at least 101 drill holes. Numerous anomalous trench and drill hole intersections have been reported, with highlights summarized in the following tables: Results of Historical Grab and Trench Sampling, Walsh Lake Property ———————————————————————– —– Showing Length (m) Au (g/t) —————————————————————————- Sam Otto (Trench 6) 1.5 6.00 —————————————————————————- Sam Otto (Trench 8) 1.0 4.70 —————————————————————————- Samex Island 2.4 8.98 —————————————————————————- Nib North (Trench NN-8) 1.06 15.17 —————————————————————————- Nib North (Trench NN-9) 3.04 3.45 —————————————————————————- Mispickel Island 1.10 8.98 —————————————————————————- Mos Grab 150.0 —————————————————————————- Historical Drill Intersections, Walsh Lake Property ———————————————————————– —– Showing Drill Hole Length (m) Au (g/t) —————————————————————————- Sam Otto W89-1 15.85 2.59 —————————————————————————- Sam Otto W89-2 29.96 1.11 —————————————————————————- Sam Otto W93-1 10.08 3.09 —————————————————————————- Sam Otto W95-2 4.16 5.17 —————————————————————————- Sam Otto WLP-00-02 11.5 2.47 —————————————————————————- Sam Otto North W95-31 2.40 7.00 —————————————————————————- Sam Otto North W97-6 1.84 8.31 —————————————————————————- Sam North W95-12 3.35 6.11 —————————————————————————- Dave’s Pond W95-29 4.75 5.61 —————————————————————————- Dave’s Pond W95-33 1.60 11.81 —————————————————————————- Mispickel Northwest W97-4 2.50 3.50 —————————————————————————- TerraX plans to undertake a detailed compilation of previous work prior to formulating an exploration plan for the Walsh Lake property. The technical information contained in this news release has been approved by Tom Setterfield, Vice President Exploration of TerraX, who is a Qualified Person as defined in “National Instrument 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.” The Northbelt gold property encompasses 3,562 hectares on the prolific Yellowknife belt, 15 km north of the city of Yellowknife, and covers 13 km of strike on the northern extension of the geology that contained the Giant (7.6 Moz) and Con (5.5 Moz) gold mines. The Northbelt property is host to multiple shears that are the recognized hosts for gold deposits in the Yellowknife camp and it contains innumerable gold showings. On behalf of the Board of Directors, Joseph Campbell, 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 release.

While Christie has also pitched a new income tax credit for middle-class homeowners tied to property tax bills, its unclear if the state has the money to pay for it or that Democratic lawmakers will sign off on it. Also unclear is exactly how much across-the-board savings would come from changing civil service and sick-time polices. Governor Christie is just chasing headlines, said Sam Salustro, a spokesman for the Buono campaign. The biggest driver of property taxes under his watch was his drastic cuts to property tax relief. Relief is what gets money into the pockets of middle-class families tomorrow. And though Buono wants to boost funding for property tax relief and school aid, its unlikely just an increase of the income tax rate on earnings over $1 million would bring in enough revenue to make a meaningful difference. The income tax is also one of the states most volatile sources of revenue, something Corzine learned when he was forced to cut property tax relief when state revenues dropped off during the last recession. Christie has also raised concerns that Buono might hike other taxes, like Corzines 2006 increase of the sales tax, to bring in more funds for property tax relief. Salustro promises that wont happen. This is a process that weve begun to go down and that is working when you look at the growth in the property tax levy over the past two years, said Christie campaign spokesman Kevin Roberts. Senator Buono has no such vision or solutions to control the growth in these costs; she simply wants to shift them to the state government and spend more money. Still, it would seem voters might be open to a change from Christies approach since the same polls that show the governor well ahead of Buono give him a losing grade on the tax issue. While 61 percent of the states registered voters viewed Christie favorably in a recent Rutgers-Eagleton Poll, only 38 percent approved of his handling of taxes. The biggest problem for Buono, who has had trouble raising money and is running with little support from other prominent Democrats, seems to be a difficulty selling her message.

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