March 28, 2017: Redstar Gold Corp. (TSX.V: RGC, OTCQB: RGCTF, FRA: RGG) ("Redstar" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that the Company's technical team has been mobilized to the high-grade Unga Gold Project to commence its Spring Exploration Program in early April. The program will follow-up on the successful results of the 2016 Fall Exploration Program, which expanded the drilled strike length of the Shumagin Gold Zone by 600 meters to approximately 950 meters, and highlighted the strong continuity of high-grade mineralization along strike and at depth. The Shumagin Gold Zone remains open in all directions.
"Our technical team recently completed a data compilation and geological modelling study utilizing all technical data from the successful 2016 exploration season to ensure we lever off the progress we made in last year's successful programs to maximize our efforts heading into our 2017 Spring Exploration Program. We are now prepared to execute on one of our busiest exploration programs in our Company's history at the project, and the team is in Alaska and mobilizing to the Unga Gold Project this week" Redstar's President & CEO, Peter A. Ball, stated. "Results from 2016 Fall Program significantly increased the drilled strike length of the Shumagin Gold Zone, and highlighted the continuity of mineralization along strike and at depth. We are excited to be in a position with a strong treasury to further test the potential of the Shumagin Gold Zone to the southwest, first with a detailed and focused geophysical program, and secondly with a targeted drill program. The Shumagin Gold Zone is our priority heading into the 2017 Spring Exploration Program, but with numerous other gold zones within the Unga Gold Project, the opportunity for multiple gold discoveries remains high."
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Review of the 2017 Spring Exploration Program:
Geological Highlights of the Shumagin Gold Zone and Trend:
About the Unga Gold Project
The 100% controlled Unga Gold Project is an intermediate-sulfidation epithermal district located along the Alaskan Peninsula on adjacent Unga and Popof Islands, approximately 950 km southwest of Anchorage, Alaska. The 240-km2 property contains numerous volcanic-hosted, structurally-controlled and disseminated gold-silver mineral occurrences localized along at least two (2) regional structures (Shumagin Trend and Apollo-Sitka trends), each measuring approximately 9.5 km long. High-grade gold zones drilled or identified at surface occur within dilation zones along the regional and/or subsidiary structures and are the main exploration target-type for the project. The Shumagin Gold Zone is only one of several noteworthy gold-silver structures found on Redstar's Unga Gold Project and is a high-priority exploration target.
Jesse C. Grady, MSc, CPG-11592, is a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101. Mr. Grady has prepared and approved the technical information contained within this release.
About Redstar Gold Corp
Redstar is well-financed junior exploration company, with a very strong institutional shareholder base, no debt, and is focused on high-grade gold exploration and advancing its high-grade Unga Gold Project in Alaska. The 100% controlled Unga Gold Project is an intermediate sulfidation epithermal high-grade gold project on a district scale, with the property encompassing approximately 240 km2, and containing multiple high grade gold zones drilled or identified at surface. The former Apollo-Sitka gold mine, located on the southern Apollo-Sitka Trend, was Alaska's first underground gold mine and the site of historic high-grade (~10 g/t Au) gold production. The Unga Gold Project has extensive infrastructure with daily flights from Anchorage landing on a one mile long paved airstrip and a deep-water port on neighboring Popof Island, and a moderate climate noting it resides at the 55th degree latitude and next to the ocean. In addition, Redstar owns approximately 22.2% of NV Gold Corp. (TSXV: NVX). Redstar also owns 30% of the Newman Todd Gold Project, in Red Lake, Ontario, Canada.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors,
Peter A. Ball, President and CEO
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