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Gold Lakes to Begin Mineral Exploration Program on Big Monty Property

Gold Lakes Corp., an exploration stage Blue-Sky company that specializes in acquiring and developing mining assets announces that the Company entered into a Consulting Agreement with Canadian Exploration Services Limited to conduct a mineral exploration program on the Company’s "Big Monty" property culminating in the drilling of up to ten holes totaling 3000 meters in geographic targets.

The "Big Monty" property consists of 72 mining claim units totaling 2,846 acres and is located in the prolific Abitibi Greenstone Belt region, in the Frecheville township of NE Ontario Canada. The Big Monty property is near existing producing gold mines, and borders property owned by Harte Gold Corp and St Andrew Goldfields Ltd. who was recently bought for $178 million CAD by Kirkland Lake Gold Inc.

Phase I of the exploration program will be focused on data acquisition of geochemical, geological and alteration vectors towards diamond drillhole targeting. Exploration work will consist of geological mapping and sampling, and interpretation of prior airborne survey.

Specifics include: preparing work permits, advising Wahgoshig First Nations of the intended preliminary field work; and obtaining the raw geophysical data from the airborne Mag survey for re- interpretation.

Phase 2 of the exploration program will entail assaying and diamond drilling of geological and geophysical targets of up to 10 holes totaling 3000 meters.

Gold Lakes’ President and CEO, Christopher Vallos, stated, "This is an exciting time for Gold Lakes and now that we are starting Phase 1 of the Exploration Program, and we are confident that this will add to shareholder value. It is our intention to prove that the gold bearing veins of our bordering neighbor St. Andrews run thru the Big Monty”.

Upon the completion of Phase 2, Gold Lakes Corp plans to initiate a 43-101 technical report of the "Big Monty" Property.

Gold Lakes Corporation strategy is to identify and acquire prospective properties in well-mineralized mining areas and advancing these properties toward making new discoveries within the Abitibi Greenstone Belt.  For slightly over a century, the legendary Abitibi-Greenstone belt has produced hundreds of billions of dollars' worth of mostly gold, silver, copper and zinc.

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