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Drilling at NuLegacy’s Red Hill Property Delayed Due to Spring Snow Storms

NuLegacy has announced that drilling work has not started at its 38 sq. mile Red Hill property in the Cortez gold trend of Nevada due to the late winter storms which have deposited nearly three feet of snow on parts of its property, making access to the property hard, and access to certain drill target areas tough and hazardous.

"Spring snow storms are not unusual in north-central Nevada", said Chief Geologist Derick Unger, "And this last ten days is setting a record for March".

Consequently, the reverse circulation drill rig, which the company had contracted to start drilling in late March, had to be released. The company, however, has been able to replace it with a drill arranged to reach them in late April, by which time the ground should be satisfactorily dried out to allow safe efficient access.

Primarily drilling will concentrate on following up on the 2017 success in the Avocado and Serena zones in areas with wide intervals of intense alteration, silicification, and decalcification observed in several of the drill holes in this large exploration area.

NuLegacy has hired Ingrain Group Inc. of London, Ontario to provide investor relations services for six months beginning March 15, 2018, for total consideration of CDN $15,000.

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