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Canamex Intersects 79.9 Metres of 1.509 G/Tonne Gold (262 feet of 0.044 Oz/Ton) from Core Hole at the Penelas East Discovery Area

(December 4, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company” or “Canamex”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce the results of three core holes drilled at the Penelas East discovery area. All three core holes intersected long intervals of disseminated gold above a 0.01 opt gold (0.3 gpt) lower cut-off, with or without stockwork silica, across gold-bearing zones that were previously identified from reverse circulation (“RC”) drilling throughout 2012 and 2013. Gold is associated with predominantly two rock types at the Penelas East discovery area: 1) a thick, possibly intrusive, fragmental unit containing a mafic matrix and clasts of mixed lithologies; and 2) a flow-banded rhyolite that is exposed in the discovery area and that is strongly silicified but only weakly mineralized.

The mineralized zone is strongest in hole B-1341C where it is mostly confined to the mafic fragmental unit. Gold in B-1330C occurs equally in both the fragmental and flow-banded rhyolite units, and gold in B-1333C occurs exclusively in flow-banded rhyolite. Iron oxide, primarily limonite, is the dominant visual association with gold grades. Silica is frequently associated with gold grades, but there are extensive areas of silicification and silica stockwork that contain only anomalous gold values below the cut-off grade referenced above. A summary of the down hole intercepts in the three core holes are as follows:

Conclusion

Core holes B-1333C and B-1341C were drilled in the opposite direction to previously completed RC holes to assess the possibility that the RC holes were drilled down the dip of mineralized structures. This does not appear to be the case. Core hole B-1330C was drilled between two closely spaced RC holes (B-1205 and B-1301) that had widely disparate values over a short separation distance between the holes, and indeed the core hole gold values are roughly in between the values contained in the two RC holes, suggesting a strong grade gradient between the holes. As determined elsewhere on the property, gold grades drop off quickly across certain structures across what appears to be a “hydrothermal front” between clay-rich and iron oxide-rich gold-bearing zones and argillic alteration without iron oxides or gold.

Greg Hahn Comments

Canamex President and COO Greg Hahn stated, “These core hole drill results confirm that the gold mineral system at Penelas East is broad and comprised of oxidized intervals within variously silicified volcanic rocks of mixed lithologies along a structural corridor. This corridor was defined by a recently completed VLF-EM survey, and much of the structure remains untested by either RC or core drilling. Based on the recent core drilling, previously completed RC drilling appears to have properly identified and quantified the gold content and lithologies that host the gold mineral system. In addition to confirming the spatial relationships of the gold mineralization, core provides details of the host lithologies and attitudes of mineralized structures that compliments and supports the interpretations from geologic logging of RC drill cuttings“.

Quality Control

Core samples are stored either at the drill site or in a locked storage facility on site, and are either retrieved by ALS Minerals’ personnel or by an independent contractor and transported in their custody to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Reno/Sparks, Nevada. They are then photographed, sawed in half, and crushed and split, with representative splits sent to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Vancouver for gold and silver analyses. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes.

Greg Hahn, President and COO of the Company and a Certified Professional Geologist (#7122) is the Qualified Person under NI43-101 responsible for preparing and reviewing the data contained in this press release.

CANAMEX CorridorCanamex Announces All Matters Approved at AGM Held November 22, 2013

(November 26, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp.  (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) announces that all matters were approved by shareholders at its Annual General Meeting held November 22, 2013 (the “AGM”).   Dr. W. Pierce Carson resigned as a director of the Company a day prior to the AGM, and accordingly the following are now the directors and officers of the Company:

Robert Kramer:                 Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and Director
Gregory Hahn:                 President, Chief Operating Officer, Vice-Chairman and Director
Richard Barnett:               Secretary and Chief Financial Officer
Mark Billings:                    Director
Dean McDonald:               Director
Mike Stark:                         Director

“Pierce resigned for personal reasons, and there were no disagreements or issues with the Board.  We thank him for his service, and wish him well in his future endeavors” stated Canamex’s CEO, Robert Kramer.

In addition, the Company has today SEDAR filed the Amendment to its Articles as set out in the AGM materials.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

Canamex President and COO Greg Hahn to Present at the 119th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the Northwest Mining Association in Reno, Nevada

(November 19, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce Company President and COO Greg Hahn has been invited to give the opening presentation in the Growth Companies Session at the 119th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the Northwest Mining Association (“NWMA”) in Reno, Nevada, December 4-6. The meeting has been held every year since 1895, and attracts more than 2,500 attendees from all over the world.

In addition to the speaking engagement which will focus on Canamex’s exploration successes, the Company will have a display at the meeting featuring intercepts from recent core drilling at the Penelas East discovery area of its Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada.

Mr. Hahn is a former President and Trustee and Lifetime Member of the NWMA.

Canamex Intersects 57.9 metres of 5.23 G/Tonne Gold (190 feet of 0.155 Oz/Ton) Including 1.5 Metres of 121 G/Tonne Gold (5 Feet of 3.529 Oz/Ton) at the Historic Resource Area, Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada

(November 5, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp.  (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is very pleased to announce the results of  the final round of reverse circulation (“RC”)  drilling in 2013  at the Bruner gold project, Nye County, Nevada.   Drill hole B-1340 intersected 57.9 metres of gold grading 5.23 G/Tonne (“gpt”) (190 feet grading 0.155 Oz/Ton (“opt”) between 260-450 feet in depth, and was lost at 460 feet in a fracture zone while still in gold mineralization.  The intercept included a clay-rich and silicified interval at 275-280 feet containing 121 gpt (3.529 opt) gold. Importantly, the entire length of the hole is oxidized, and it is located in the heart of the historic resource area, which is about one mile to the west of the Penelas East discovery area. Detailed assay results from this hole are reported below.

Background of Final Phase of RC Drilling

This final phase of 2013 RC drilling was designed to test management’s interpretations of the alteration spires identified during this summer’s field mapping (please see Canamex news release dated October 15, 2013 for more background information) and the mineralization in the heart of the historic resource area.  Earlier in 2013, the Company purchased the historic data base on the Bruner property, including the drill hole data from the historic resource area.  In addition, during the course of the 2013 field season, the Company completed geologic surface mapping on new aerial topographic base maps and underground mapping on accessible underground workings, as a prelude to this phase of drilling.

Section-Resource-135composite-2Nov2013Drill Test of Heart of Historic Resource Area

Hole B-1340 was designed to test the possible continuation at depth of very attractive gold grades shown on the accompanying drill hole sections (please follow link to the Company’s website http://www.canamex.us/?page_id=709) in numerous historic drill holes that appear to define the central portion of the historic resource area beneath a couple of alteration spires.  The interpretation that higher grade intercepts are associated with possible deep-rooted vent breccias or diatremes is based on: 1) historic summaries of some of the more recent drill holes; 2) interpretation of the distribution of the fragmental rocks; and 3) the intersection of similar fragmental rocks in core drilling at the Penelas East discovery area, which is located about one mile to the east of the historic resource area.

Cuttings from hole B-1340 confirm the association of silicification, brecciation, and clay alteration beneath several prominent alteration spires, with gold associated at depth with these alteration features despite little evidence of the presence of gold from rock chip sampling at the surface.

New Alteration Spire Drill Results

Drilling of another large silica alteration spire located about 200 meters to the west of the heart of the historic resource area preceded the drilling of hole B-1340 for logistical reasons.  Two historic intercepts (BRU-024:  115 feet at 0.017 opt gold (35.05 metres at 0.583 gpt) and B-1011: 115 feet at 0.023 opt gold (35.05 metres at 0.789 gpt) identify significant gold values in proximity to this alteration spire.  Hole B-1335 intersected 155 feet (47.2 meters) grading 0.032 opt (1.10 gpt) gold at 100-255 feet, and hole B-1337 intersected 130 feet (39.6 meters) grading 0.011 opt (0.38 gpt) gold near the surface from 30-160 feet, confirming the continuation below the silica alteration spire of the gold zone intersected in the historic intercepts.  The other four holes were oriented towards the flanks of the silica alteration spire and intersected mostly shallow gold mineralization beginning at the surface to 45 feet  (13.72 metres) in the 0.011-0.022 opt (0.38-0.75 gpt)  gold range, suggesting the holes were oriented sub-parallel to the mineralized zone.

These results are summarized below:

Hole No.              From (ft)           To (ft)      Thickness (ft)       opt Au               gpt Au

B-1334                  205                         255                 50                      0.007                  0.24

B-1335                  100                         255               155                      0.032                 1.10

B-1336                  20                           40                 +20                      0.011                  0.38

B-1337                  30                           160               130                      0.011                  0.38

B-1338                  25                           45                   20                      0.022                  0.75

B-1339                  30                           60                   30                      0.007                  0.24

No samples were taken from 0-20 feet during setting of surface casing.

True thickness of the above intercepts is unknown until further drilling is completed to properly assess the strike and dip of the mineralized zones.

Conclusion

Canamex President and COO Greg Hahn stated, “These drill results confirm gold mineralization is associated with the silica alteration spires in the historic resource area.  A total of over 50 silica alteration spires of varying surface dimensions have been mapped, most of which have not been evaluated with drill holes.”

“The above results, especially the results reported from B-1340 above, justify an intense drilling program in 2014 to quantify the gold associated with these alteration spires, especially where they are associated with breccia textures that suggest proximity to volcanic or hydrothermal vent areas, “ concluded Hahn.  Management and the project staff will work through the winter to assimilate all of the geologic and assay data and recommend an aggressive drilling program for the historic resource area in 2014.

Quality Control

Drill samples are stored either at the drill site or in a locked storage facility on site and are either retrieved by ALS Minerals personnel or an independent contractor and transported in their custody to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Reno/Sparks, Nevada, where they were dried, crushed, and split, and representative splits sent to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Vancouver for gold and silver analyses.  Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes.

SAMPLE DESCRIPTION

Hole

Depth

Au

Au

no

feet

gpt

opt

B-1340

  20-25

              0.070

              0.002

B-1340

  25-30

              0.246

              0.007

B-1340

  30-35

              0.170

              0.005

B-1340

  35-40

              0.224

              0.007

B-1340

  40-45

              0.127

              0.004

B-1340

  45-50

              0.147

              0.004

B-1340

  50-55

              0.051

              0.001

B-1340

  55-60

              0.178

              0.005

B-1340

  60-65

              0.161

              0.005

B-1340

  65-70

              0.150

              0.004

B-1340

  70-75

              0.157

              0.005

B-1340

  75-80

              0.096

              0.003

B-1340

  80-85

              0.072

              0.002

B-1340

  85-90

              0.106

              0.003

B-1340

  90-95

              0.302

              0.009

B-1340

  95-100

              0.341

              0.010

B-1340

  100-105

              0.080

              0.002

B-1340

  105-110

              0.163

              0.005

B-1340

  110-115

              0.169

              0.005

B-1340

  115-120

              0.193

              0.006

B-1340

  120-125

              0.177

              0.005

B-1340

  125-130

              0.433

              0.013

B-1340

  130-135

              0.308

              0.009

B-1340

  135-140

              0.227

              0.007

B-1340

  140-145

              0.385

              0.011

B-1340

  145-150

              0.258

              0.008

B-1340

  150-155

              0.483

              0.014

B-1340

  155-160

              0.386

              0.011

B-1340

  160-165

              0.142

              0.004

B-1340

  165-170

 ns

 ns

B-1340

  170-175

 ns

 ns

B-1340

  175-180

              0.631

              0.018

B-1340

  180-185

 ns

 ns

B-1340

  185-190

              0.867

              0.025

B-1340

  190-195

              0.560

              0.016

B-1340

  195-200

              0.209

              0.006

B-1340

  200-205

              0.104

              0.003

B-1340

  205-210

              0.235

              0.007

B-1340

  210-215

              0.137

              0.004

B-1340

  215-220

              0.062

              0.002

B-1340

  220-225

              0.149

              0.004

B-1340

  225-230

              0.121

              0.004

B-1340

  230-235

              0.082

              0.002

B-1340

  235-240

              0.072

              0.002

B-1340

  240-245

              0.176

              0.005

B-1340

  245-250

              0.180

              0.005

B-1340

  250-255

              0.142

              0.004

B-1340

  255-260

              0.153

              0.004

B-1340

  260-265

              0.725

              0.021

B-1340

  265-270

              1.200

              0.035

B-1340

  270-275

              3.750

              0.109

B-1340

  275-280

         121.000

              3.529

B-1340

  280-285

              9.750

              0.284

B-1340

  285-290

              3.820

              0.111

B-1340

  290-295

              5.710

              0.167

B-1340

  295-300

              4.916

              0.143

B-1340

  300-305

              1.925

              0.056

B-1340

  305-310

              2.610

              0.076

B-1340

  310-315

              3.130

              0.091

B-1340

  315-320

              2.910

              0.085

B-1340

  320-325

              1.470

              0.043

B-1340

  325-330

              1.130

              0.033

B-1340

  330-335

              2.640

              0.077

B-1340

  335-340

              1.870

              0.055

B-1340

  340-345

              4.647

              0.136

B-1340

  345-350

              0.910

              0.027

B-1340

  350-355

              0.281

              0.008

B-1340

  355-360

              0.608

              0.018

B-1340

  360-365

              4.000

              0.117

B-1340

  365-370

              0.570

              0.017

B-1340

  370-375

              0.417

              0.012

B-1340

  375-380

              1.030

              0.030

B-1340

  380-385

              0.770

              0.022

B-1340

  385-390

              0.346

              0.010

B-1340

  390-395

              0.770

              0.022

B-1340

  395-400

              0.432

              0.013

B-1340

  400-405

              0.740

              0.022

B-1340

  405-410

              0.970

              0.028

B-1340

  410-415

              0.414

              0.012

B-1340

  415-420

              0.456

              0.013

B-1340

  420-425

              2.220

              0.065

B-1340

  425-430

              2.010

              0.059

B-1340

  430-435

              0.652

              0.019

B-1340

  435-440

              1.755

              0.051

B-1340

  440-445

              4.387

              0.128

B-1340

  445-450

              0.408

              0.012

B-1340

  450-455

              0.244

              0.007

B-1340

  455-460

              0.291

              0.008

 

Canamex Reports Positive Geophysical Survey Results at Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada

(October 25, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce the results of a preliminary EM-16 (VLF) survey over the Penelas East discovery and surrounding area at the Bruner gold project, Nye County, Nevada. The survey confirms the existence of numerous “hot spots” identified as red/pink tones in the linked VLF-EM Current Density Map (please follow link to the Company’s website http://www.canamex.us/?page_id=709). Importantly, the striking coincidence of the outline of the gold mineralization in Penelas East, as confirmed by 2012-2013 drilling (outlined in blue), and the current density anomaly seen in red/pink tones leads management to believe that there may be opportunities in the numerous other undrilled “hot spots” to identify more gold mineralization, particularly those color anomalies that are on possible structural trend of the Penelas East mineralization.

Survey Background
A preliminary survey was run in early October by International Geophysical Services LLC of Lakewood, Colorado, in an effort to identify the structural fabric that is either controlling or constraining the distribution of gold grade in the drilling encountered to date.

Survey Objectives
The Penelas East discovery area has been the focus of exploration drilling throughout 2012 and 2013, where a total of 40 holes, including five diamond drill holes (three with results pending), have been completed across an area roughly 220 meters long by 120 meters wide and 200 meters deep. Thirty-seven of the holes have been reported, and all but five RC holes (drilled in 2013) and one core hole (drilled in 2012) at the southern end of the discovery area contain appreciable gold mineralization. Significantly, the target remains open to the north, as announced previously (see Canamex news release dated October 15, 2013). In addition, the Company inherited roughly 20 other holes drilled by previous operators, some of which intersected the upper vestiges of the Penelas East discovery area. The objectives of the VLF-EM survey were to see if we could: 1) identify structures associated with gold mineralization that would guide 3D resource modeling; and 2) identify any post-mineral structures that would explain constraints on the distribution of gold encountered in the subsurface.

Survey Results
A total of seven VLF-EM lines were run over an area roughly 600 meters long by 400 meters wide, covering less than 1.7% of the approximately 14.2 square kilometer Bruner property. Lines were irregularly spaced, but in general were 50-100 meters apart, and data were collected at 10 meter intervals along the lines. Initial lines run over the blind resource area, which lies beneath roughly 10 meters of alluvial cover and a variable thickness of barren flow-banded rhyolite, detected a very prominent anomaly coincident with where gold was encountered in drill holes. Additional lines to the north of the initial lines also detected a continuation of the strong anomaly where previous drilling had intersected gold in the sub-surface. Several additional lines were run further to the north, and obvious anomalies were detected northward and beyond the reaches of the 2012-2013 and historic drilling programs in the Penelas East discovery area. Results of this test survey are posted to the web site and show: 1) the distribution of anomalous current density from the survey results; 2) the plan projections of the drill holes across the survey area; and 3) the outline of gold mineralization at Penelas East above the 0.01 opt (~0.3 gpt) gold cut-off, as defined by the 2012-2013 drilling campaign. As noted, the coincidence of the outline of the gold mineralization and the current density anomaly is very striking, as are the obvious and undrilled extensions to the area drilled to date.

November Follow-up Survey
A follow-up survey has been designed and will be executed in November to survey an area one kilometer squared (which is approximately four times the size of the subject survey area) surrounding the central current density anomaly which identifies the gold mineralization drilled to date. This survey will map the dimensions and orientation of potential extensions to known mineralization. A drilling program will be designed for the 2014 drilling season to test the obvious extensions to the known mineralized area and similar anomalies to the one that defines the known mineralized area.

Survey Interpretation
The interpretation is that the VLF-EM survey detected clay-bearing structures within the strongly silicified rhyolite and fragmental rocks that host the gold mineralization, and that the clay-filled faults and fractures extend for sufficient width, length, and depth to create favorable conduits for current flow within an otherwise resistive rock unit. It is noteworthy that the strongly argillic cap or carapace surrounding the silicified gold-enriched environment is not as anomalous as the clay-filled fractures within the mineralized zone, and actually are reflected as lower current density areas in the subject map presentation.

goldCanamex Reports Drilling Progress on the Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada

(October 15, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) announces drilling progress at the Bruner gold project, Nye County, Nevada. Drilling in August and September focused on three areas: 1) step-out reverse circulation (“RC”) and HQ core drilling at the Penelas East discovery area; 2) an initial seven hole RC drill program at the new Bruner vein target area which is located about one mile north of the Penelas East discovery area; and 3) commencement of a six hole RC program to test the second largest of 50 silica+adularia alteration spires located within and surrounding the historic resource area.

Penelas East Discovery Area
At the Penelas East discovery area five RC holes (B-1321 thru B-1325) were drilled south of the last drilling completed at Section 400mN (please see Canamex’s Planning Map http://www.canamex.us/?page_id=709). Beginning 40 meters south of the Section 400mN, all five holes were drilled from east to west, and intersected low grade gold values towards the bottoms of the holes below 500 feet depths, but did not intersect the target zone where projected. The current interpretation based on this new information is that any continuation of the Penelas East gold system south of Section 400mN would be offset to the west, and the low grade gold encountered in the bottoms of the drill holes represents the eastern edge of the projected and offset mineral system. The area to the west of these five drill holes remains untested.

Core drilling is underway at the Penelas East target area. The first core hole (B-1330C) was drilled adjacent to RC hole B-1301 (see Canamex news release dated April 23, 2013), which intersected 117 gpt gold (3.402 opt gold) at 415-420 feet, within an overall interval from 290 to 590 feet grading 3.1 gpt gold (0.09 opt gold). The core hole was collared four feet south and three feet east of the collar at B-1301, and down-hole surveying of the hole revealed it is straight and does not deviate significantly from the RC hole B-1301. The interval between 300 to 600 feet in B-1330C is characterized by silica stockwork and micro-veining along several dominant (mostly steeply dipping) attitudes with limonite staining along fractures and in veinlets after pyrite. The entire length of the hole, which bottomed at 751.5 feet, is oxidized. The core hole has been logged and marked for sampling based on standard five foot intervals to facilitate comparison of assay intervals with the adjacent RC hole.

Core hole number two (B-1333C) at Section 560mN is underway at the north end of the drilling pattern completed to date, and is designed as an offset of drill hole B-1319 (see Canamex news release dated August 21, 2013), which intersected 5 feet grading 30.7 gpt gold (0.90 opt gold) mineralization at 635-640 feet within a wider interval of 30 feet that carried 7.2 gpt gold (0.210 opt gold) to total depth, and which may have been terminated prematurely at 660 feet. The resource area remains open and untested to the north of the intercepts in B-1319 and B-1320. The Company plans to drill a third core hole in the Penelas East discovery area prior to completion of the 2013 Bruner drill program.

Bruner Vein Target Area
The Company drilled seven RC holes (B-1326 to B-1332) at the Bruner vein target area to test the potential for a high-grade epithermal vein at depth below century-old prospect pits that contain a chalcedony + bladed calcite bearing vein system. These individual veins are up to a meter wide and with gold values up to 7.6 gpt gold (0.22 opt gold). Assay results have been received for all seven holes, and the best intercept is in vertical hole B-1330, which intersected 5 feet of 2.44 gpt gold (0.07 opt gold) or 10 feet grading 1.7 gpt gold (0.05 opt ). The hole above it had a maximum value of 0.617 gpt gold (0.018 opt gold). This is significant in that the holes above these intercepts had virtually no gold in them, suggesting a vector of increasing gold content with depth, as anticipated. The sixth hole intersected the vein only slightly below the level intersected in drill hole B-1330, and did not test the target at the desired depth. The seventh hole was drilled from the west to intersect a series of steeply dipping chalcedonic veins, and was terminated prematurely due to ground water flow.

These results suggest we are high in the vein system, above the boiling zone and possibly within a larger epithermal vein system. Gold in epithermal vein systems precipitates primarily at and below the boiling point of the gold-bearing solutions, so any gold in the vein system above the boiling zone is a very encouraging sign. In 2014, we plan to design and permit new access to be able to drill deeper into the vein system, which we are unable to do today from existing drill pads.

Historic Resource Area
Geologic mapping across the historic resource area this past summer recorded the presence of over 50 discrete silica+adularia alteration spires within and surrounding the historic resource area. Comparison with the existing drill hole data base indicates that most of these alteration spires have not been drilled, and those that have been drilled have good mineralization beneath them. We have completed a six hole RC drilling program (B-1334 to B-1339) to test the second largest of the spires which has not been drilled, but which has two historic drill holes along strike of it that contain significant gold + silver mineralization. All six holes contain significant limonite, silica alteration, and silica matrix breccias from 100 feet to 250 feet in thickness, and look very similar to the underground exposures within the historic resource area. Assay results for these holes are pending, but if successful, this drilling opens up a large untested area containing over 50 similar alteration spires for further drilling in 2014.

Quality Control
Drill samples are dried on site and are either retrieved by ALS Minerals personnel or an independent contractor and transported in their custody to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Reno/Sparks, Nevada, where they are dried further, crushed, and split, and representative splits sent to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Vancouver for gold and silver analyses. Duplicates, blanks, and standards are inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes. The core samples are stored in a locked storage facility on site and then delivered to ALS Minerals laboratory facility in Sparks, NV for rectified photography of the entire core, sawing of the core per split marks on the core, and sampling for analyses.

Greg Hahn, President and COO and a Certified Professional Geologist (#7122) is the Qualified Person under NI43-101 responsible for preparing and reviewing the data contained in this press release.

Canamex Intersects 9.1 Meters of 7.2 G/Tonne Gold (30 Feet of 0.210 Oz/Ton) Including 1.5 Meters of 30.7 GPT Au (5 Feet of 0.900 OPT) at the Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada

(August 21, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce additional drill intercepts from its 2013 reverse circulation (RC) drilling program at the Bruner gold project, Nye County, Nevada.

The Company has received results from holes B-1317 through B-1320, which were drilled to test the northern extension of the high-grade structure at the Penelas East target and encountered in hole B-1316, reported previously (see news release July 17, 2013). Drill hole B-1319 intersected a high-grade structure at 635-640 feet grading 30.7 GPT Au (0.900 OPT) within a wider zone averaging 7.2 GPT Au over 9.1 meters (0.210 OPT over 30 feet) between 630-660 feet. A re-run on the interval 635-640 feet using gravimetric methods returned 32.9 GPT Au (0.960 OPT). The hole was terminated at 660 feet, so the full width of this mineralized zone has not yet been tested. These intercepts confirm continuation of significant gold mineralization to the north of previously drilled intercepts at the Penelas East target.

A complete table of summary assay results follows:

Project geologists have not determined the attitude of all of the mineralized intercepts, and therefore cannot determine the true width of any of the reported intercepts at this time.

Company President and COO Greg Hahn Comments
“We continue to intersect stockwork gold mineralization in all holes drilled into the Penelas East target. There appears to be a lower grade stockwork zone surrounding the high-grade structure(s), which should allow for considering open pit mining of this gold zone”.

Penelas East Drilling Continues
Meanwhile the RC drilling program has been focused on drilling the southern extension of the Penelas East target area, following up on the high grade intercept in hole B-1301 completed and reported earlier in the year (see news release dated April 23, 2013). This drilling is in progress and results will be reported when the two three-hole fans are completed, and results interpreted. Future drilling will test northern and southern extensions to the gold mineralization, as well as further characterize the gold bearing zones.

Core Drilling to Commence in September
A core drilling program for the Bruner project is planned to begin in September, and three core holes are planned to drill into the high-grade zone(s) at Penelas East to help refine the geology and attempt to resolve the several possible geological interpretations.

Geological Interpretation
The high-grade interval in B-1319 falls west of the projected contact of a steeply dipping, north-westerly striking mafic dike that was intersected higher in this hole and in several nearby holes and mapped on surface. The high-grade interval in hole B-1316 was intersected closer to but still on the west side of the mafic dike. Several possible interpretations of the geology are being considered to explain the location of these two intercepts. These include: 1) they are the same north-trending structure offset several hundred feet across the trace of a fault that the mafic dike intrudes, 2) they are sub-parallel to parallel high-grade structures, for which we have very few drill hole intercepts on the deeper structure, 3) they are en-echelon structures offset slightly from one another due to the nature of the fracturing of the host silicified rhyolite, and 4) this is a high grade structure that trends more northwesterly than northerly as previously thought and the two intercepts are from the same northwesterly trending structure.

The previous holes intersected possible strike extensions of the mineralized zone on the east side of the mafic dike, but did not go deep enough to fully test the possible extensions of the zone encountered in B-1319 on the west side of the mafic dike. Further drilling at the northern extension of the Penelas East target will be planned to test both possible mineralized structures.

Quality Control
Drill samples are stored on a locked storage facility on site until retrieved by ALS-Chemex personnel, then transported in their custody to the ALS-Chemex laboratory in Reno/Sparks, Nevada, where they were dried, crushed, and split, and representative splits sent to the ALS-Chemex laboratory in Vancouver for analyses. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes.

Greg Hahn, President & COO and a Certified Professional Geologist (#7122) is the Qualified Person under NI 43-101 responsible for preparing and reviewing the scientific and technical information contained in this press release.

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Canamex Welcomes Hecla Mining Company

Canamex Welcomes Hecla Mining Company’s Dr. Dean McDonald to its Board of Directors

(July 31, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX‐V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Dean McDonald to its Board of Directors. A seasoned industry professional, Dr. McDonald, Ph.D., P.Geo serves as Hecla Mining Company’s Senior Vice President‐Exploration. “Dean is experienced in all aspects of mineral exploration, and is a welcome addition to the team as we continue to progress our Bruner Gold Project in Nye County, Nevada,” stated Company Chairman and CEO Robert Kramer.

On November 21, 2012, Canamex announced a strategic investment from Hecla Canada Ltd. of 14 million common shares issued at a price of 18 cents per share for gross proceeds of $2.52 million, representing 14.84 percent of the Company’s outstanding shares at closing. For so long as Hecla holds more than 10 percent of Canamex’s outstanding shares (on an undiluted basis), Hecla has the right to
maintain its significant interest in the Company and nominate one person to the board.
About Dr. Dean McDonald, Ph.D., P.Geo Dean McDonald is experienced in all aspects of mineral exploration from grass roots programs through to feasibility studies, ore reserve estimations, and has experience in operations. Prior to Dean’s employment with Hecla Mining Company, he was Vice‐President Exploration and Business Development for Committee Bay Resource Ltd., and was Exploration Manager for Miramar Mining Corporation and Northern Orion Explorations from 1996 to 2003. From 1990 to 1995 he was Superintendent Technical Services at the Con Mine for Miramar Mining/Nerco Minerals.

Canamex Intersects 21.3 Meters of 4.27 G/Tonne Gold (70 Feet of 0.125 Oz/Ton) Including 1.5 Meters of 37.9 GPT Au (5 Feet of 1.25 OPT) at the Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada

(July 17, 2013) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce a new high-grade gold intercept at the Penelas East discovery area on the Bruner gold project, Nye County, Nevada. A new drill pad was constructed in June at section 540mN at the Penelas East high-grade discovery area, located roughly 90 meters north of the initial discovery hole in B-1201 (see news release July 18, 2012 http://www.canamex.us/?p=557), and 140 meters north of the follow on high-grade gold intersected in hole B-1301 (see news release April 23, 2013 http://www.canamex.us/?p=1344).

Penelas East High -Grade Intercept
Drill hole B-1316 cut 1.5 meters grading 37.9 gpt Au (5 feet of 1.25 opt Au) from 340-345 feet, within a wider zone averaging 4.27 gpt over 21.3 meters (0.125 opt over 70 feet) between 295-365 feet. The high-grade intercept was projected at 350 feet, based upon a detailed 3-D analysis of the two previous high-grade intercepts in B-1201 and B-1301. True widths of the two intercepts are believed to be 4.5 feet and 60 feet, respectively.

Penelas East Drill Program Continuing to Test Additional High-Grade Intercepts
Drill hole B-1317 (completed and results pending), drilled to intersect the high-grade structure 100 feet up-dip from B-1316, intersected a gray quartz interval with black sub-metallic minerals similar in appearance to the intercept in B-1316. Drill hole B-1318 (completed and results pending), drilled to intersect the high-grade structure 100 feet north of the intercept in B-1316 also cut a similar-appearing interval of gray quartz with sub-metallic black minerals. The drill is now drilling hole B-1319 designed to intersect the high-grade structure 100 feet above the intercept cut in B-1318. Drill hole B-1315, drilled to intersect the high-grade structure below the intercept in B-1316, cut light gray quartz but without black sub-metallic minerals and with only low-grade gold adjacent to it.

Greg Hahn Comments
“We are very excited to continue to intersect high-grade gold in the Penelas East discovery area. This high-grade structure remains open and undrilled to the north of the fence of holes currently being drilled, and remains open and undrilled to the south of hole B-1301, located about 140 meters south of the intercept reported above from hole B-1316,” stated Greg Hahn, President & COO. “We believe we now have a good handle on the strike and dip of this high-grade structure. Continued RC drilling of this structure, and others nearby, will comprise the focus of our drilling efforts for the foreseeable future. In addition, we plan to bring in a core drill in September to get a more detailed look at the structure hosting the high-grade gold.”

Drilling on the Northern Extension to the Historic Resource Area
Drilling of holes B-1308 through B-1314 completed on the northern extension to the historic resource area intersected numerous intervals tens of feet to +100 feet thick grading 0.01x opt Au, but did not intersect any higher grade material that justified continued drilling in this target area at this time. Thus, the drill rig returned to the Penelas East high-grade target area and will continue to drill the high-grade structures on the east side of the property through the balance of the year.

Quality Control
Drill samples are stored on a locked storage facility on site and were retrieved by ALS-Chemex personnel, transported in their custody to the ALS-Chemex laboratory in Reno/Sparks, Nevada, where they were dried, crushed, and split, and representative splits sent to the ALS-Chemex laboratory in Vancouver for gold and silver analyses. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes.

Greg Hahn, President and COO and a Certified Professional Geologist (#7122) is the Qualified Person under NI43-101 responsible for preparing and reviewing the data contained in this press release.

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