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Calibre Earns Recognition for Sustainable Practices

Calibre Mining Corp. has achieved Year 3 conformance with the Responsible Gold Mining Principles (RGMPs) of the World Gold Council.

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This noteworthy accomplishment highlights Calibre's steadfast dedication to moral, environmentally friendly, and conscientious mining methods.

The Responsible Governance Practices (RGMPs) developed by the World Gold Council function as a standard for the gold mining sector, placing particular emphasis on social responsibility, environmental stewardship, and strong governance. The attainment of Year 3 RGMP compliance by Calibre serves as further evidence of the company's commitment to maintaining these core values throughout all aspects of its business.

We are pleased to announce our Year 3 conformance with the World Gold Council’s RGMPs. This achievement underscores our pursuit of excellence in sustainability and ethical mining practices. It reflects our commitment to foster positive impacts on the environment, engaging with, and supporting local communities, and upholding rigorous governance standards.

Darren Hall, President and Chief Executive Officer, Calibre Mining Corp.

Darren Hall adds, “Calibre’s adherence to the RGMPs is exemplified through our comprehensive sustainability initiatives. The Company’s efforts extend beyond regulatory compliance, focusing on continuous improvement to minimize our environmental footprint, as well as transparent and extensive community engagement to create a positive impact in the regions in which we operate.”

Community Relations Manager Receives Prestigious “Woman of Gold” Recognition

Calibre announced that Angelica Calderon, the company's community relations manager in Nicaragua, has been named a “Woman of Gold” by Women in Mining-Central America. This esteemed award underscores Ms. Calderon's exceptional contributions to Calibre’s environmental initiatives and her critical function in cultivating favorable connections with the Company's host communities.

Women in Mining - Central America (WIM-CA) is one of the more than 40 WIM groups globally, uniting over 10,000 people in more than 100 countries to support, encourage, and enable women in the mining sector by tackling issues like workforce advancement, diversity and inclusion, education, and advocacy.

Our journey toward sustainability and responsible mining is an ongoing commitment. Angelica Calderon’s recognition as a 'Woman of Gold' by Women in Mining–Central America is a testament to Calibre’s dedication to transparency and accountability in our community engagement. During her 38 years of experience in the mining industry, Ms. Calderon has broken gender paradigms and barriers, working initially as a geologist, and ascending through leadership positions in the areas of Environment, Health and Safety, and Community Relations.

Petri Salopera, SVP Sustainability, Calibre Mining Corp.

Petri Salopera adds, “Ms. Calderon has been a pioneer in the mining sector in Nicaragua, not only mentoring other women on the Calibre team but also serving as a role model for all colleagues in the industry. She personifies Calibre’s mission to create enduring value for our stakeholders while maintaining the highest standards of responsible gold production.”

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