Canamex Announces Completion of NI 43-101 Compliant Technical Report on the Aranka North Gold Project, Guyana

(October 29, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp.  (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ(OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce the completion of a National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report (the “NI43-101 Report”) on its 100% owned Aranka North Gold Project, Guyana.  The NI43-101 Report has been filed on SEDAR (www.sedar.com).

Aranka North Gold Project

Property Description

Located approximately 140 kilometers northwest of Guyana’s capital, Georgetown, the Aranka North Property consists of 98,057 acres (approximately 400 square kilometers) in a region on trend with major gold discoveries by Guyana Goldfields at Aurora and Sulphur Rose/Aranka and Sandspring Resources at Toroparu.  There are recently active alluvial gold mining operations within Canamex’s land package.

Property Exploration

Canamex purchased airborne geophysical data over the entire Aranka North Property when the property was acquired from GMV Minerals.  Initial interpretive work (announced September 13, 2011) on the data identified 15 large, discrete anomalies, all of which have dimensions of two to four kilometers long and one to three kilometers wide, within large shear zones which bear similarities to the shear zones that host some of the major multi-million ounce gold deposits in Guyana (Toroparu, Aurora, Omai) and adjacent Suriname (Rosebel).  These identified areas of interest cover 200-225 square kilometers of the 400 square kilometer property, thus reducing the size of the initial area of interest by approximately 50%.

Reconnaissance

The Company subsequently undertook an initial stream sediment sampling program from a total of 85 sample sites to evaluate the gold signatures of the 15 airborne geophysical anomalies.  This step was also a high level approach, with a density of roughly one sample per 2.5 square kilometers, covering the entire 200-225 square kilometer area of interest.  On January 17, 2012, the Company reported that four discrete anomalous areas, ranging in size from 10 to 25 square kilometers, were identified by the initial stream sediment sampling program.  Gold values ranged up to 647 ppb (0.647 gpt).  These results set the stage for a more intense stream sediment sampling program focused on the newly identified 25 square kilometer priority target, based on a sample density of one per 0.3 square kilometers.  Results from this program included anomalous gold with values ranging up to 12,234 ppb gold (12.234 gpt Au).

After interpretation of the stream sediment sampling program, the Company designed a grid soil sampling program based on 100 meter centers, focused on two key targets: the Camp Anomaly (1.75 square kilometers) and the Ridge Anomaly (14 square kilometers).  Eighteen streams drain the Ridge Anomaly, and all of them contain anomalous gold.  Importantly, the visible gold from this area is fine-grained and needle-shaped with very sharp edges, suggesting it has not been transported very far.

Target Delineation

The field crew then relocated their base camp to the base of the Ridge Anomaly, which is the Company’s clear focus in Guyana at this stage, and where the stream sediment anomaly identified at the Ridge Anomaly is 10 times larger and up to 40 times stronger than that which identified the Camp Anomaly.  The grid soil sampling programs on the Camp and Ridge Anomalies should define the bedrock source locations of the gold.  A total of 737 soil samples have been collected on a 100 meter by 100 meter grid covering roughly 10 square kilometers at the Ridge Anomaly.  Samples were not collected where white sand blankets the saprolite soils.  There are three areas of anomalous gold within the soil sample grid. The largest is the southern anomaly which has dimensions of 1 km x 2 km and gold values up to mean plus five standard deviations (+30 ppb Au).  The Company acquired two power auger drills that we expected could drill through the white sand that caps a large portion of the Ridge Anomaly and that appears to cover some of the more obvious gold in soil anomalous areas.  In addition, we have improved access to the Ridge camp for vehicle traffic and are establishing ATV trail access onto the white sand ridges that overlie the priority gold anomaly in order to provide access for the power auger drills and crews.  Auger drilling through the saprolite soil and white sand further defined the gold in soil anomaly that has been detected to date.  The main gold in soil anomaly is coincident with a magnetic high detected by airborne geophysics, which is believed to represent an unexposed intermediate composition intrusion, which is the primary host for most of the major gold deposits in Guyana.

Initial auger drilling has been completed on the Ridge Anomaly, with a total of 80 holes completed to depths of up to 12 meters that were sampled every meter down the hole.  Bedrock was rarely encountered in the auger drill holes, suggesting saprolite soils on the ridge are thicker than previously anticipated.  Many power auger holes could not be completed through the white sand which caps the ridge, and these holes were not sampled.  Nevertheless, a prominent gold-in soil anomaly was identified that is roughly 100-200 meters wide and over 1000 meters long that is coincident with quartz vein material and sericitic alteration encountered in the base of the power auger holes in the gold-in soil auger anomaly, and which contains values up to 138 ppb Au.

Recommendations

The NI43-101 Report recommends a $500,000 diamond drilling program to test the heart of the gold anomaly identified by soil and power auger drill hole geochemistry.  Canamex is in discussion with several entities regarding possibly funding this diamond drilling program.

Sample QA/QC Program
All stream sediment and soil samples taken in the 2012-2013 field programs were secured in zip-lock bags and delivered by the Canamex field operations manager to Acme Labs, a globally recognized ISO certified laboratory in Georgetown, Guyana for drying and crushing, and then sent for gold and 35 other elements analysis to Acme’s lab in Santiago, Chile. Any samples returning over 50 ppb gold in pan concentrates were re-run for duplicate analyses. Blanks and standard were inserted at regular intervals.

Samples were dried at 110-120°C and then crushed with either an oscillating jaw crusher or a roll crusher. Both labs’ Quality Control (QC) specification for crushed material is that >70% of the sample must pass a 2mm (10 mesh) screen. The entire sample is crushed, but typically 250 g to 1 kg, is subdivided from the main sample by use of a riffle splitter. QC specification for final pulverizing is that >85% of the sample is less than 75 microns.

For the 35 element analyses the Induced Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS) procedure was used. Gold contents were determined by Fire Assay-Mass Spectrometry method from 30 gram pulps. Pulps and rejects are stored by the lab for a minimum of 90 days.

Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
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Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned  drilling program(s), will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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Canamex Announces Minor Amendment to October 21/14 News Release

(October 21, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) announces a clerical error in its earlier new release this morning. The following paragraph is amended (see bold and underlined):
“A second core hole (B-1454C) was drilled into the high-grade target area, and intersected the high-grade target area 23-30 metres (75-100 feet) north of the high-grade intercept in holes B-1446C and B-1436.  Results from core hole B-1454C (not B1446C) should be available in early-November (not early-October).”

Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
www.renmarkfinancial.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of theTSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the planned 2014 drilling program on the Bruner property; the potential for establishing a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate; the potential mineralization and geological merits of the Bruner property; and other future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned 2014 drilling program(s) on the Bruner property, will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization contained within the Bruner property are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s 2014 exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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Canamex Drilling Intersects 22.9 Metres Grading 3.29 g/tonne Au in the Penelas East Zone at Bruner Gold Project, Nevada

(October 21, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce ongoing results from core drilling at the Bruner Gold Project located in Nye County, Nevada.

Core Hole B-1446C
Core drill hole B-1446C, was drilled at the open northern extension of the Penelas East Zone and intersected 22.9 metres (75 feet) grading 3.29 g/tonne Au (0.096 oz/ton Au) from 221.6-244.5 metres (727-802 feet) depth. This zone incorporates a 5.0 foot (1.52 metres) wide, high-grade interval at 237.8-239.3 metres (780-785 feet) grading 37.5 g/tonne (1.094 opt) Au. In addition, several other zones were intersected higher in the hole as referenced in the table below. These intercepts are at the far northern end of drilling at the Penelas East discovery area, and the nearest neighbor drill hole to the north is over 100 meters away. As a result the Penelas East discovery area remains wide open to the north to expansion.

Core Hole B-1446C

Core hole B-1446C intersected the deeper mineralized zone containing the high grade zone 32-35 feet (roughly 10 metres) along strike from the high-grade intercept encountered in RC hole B-1436 (reported earlier).
A second core hole (B-1454C) was drilled into the high-grade target area, and intersected the high-grade target area 23-30 metres (75-100 feet) north of the high-grade intercept in holes B-1446C and B-1436. Results from core hole B-1446C should be available in early-October.

The high grade zone intersected in hole B-1446C remains open to the west and north, as does the thick lower grade mineralization encountered higher in the hole.

Drill hole samples are stored on site and are 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 photographed, sawed, sampled, and analyzed by ALS Minerals laboratory for gold and silver. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes. All drill samples are prepared by crushing the entire sample to 70% passing 2mm size, splitting out 250 grams of sample and pulverizing this split to 85% passing -75 microns in size. From the 250 gram pulp 30 grams is split out for fusion and fire assay with an AA finish. If results return 3 g/tonne Au or greater, the lab performs a 30 gram fire assay with a gravimetric finish from the same pulp. In addition, a second sample is prepared by crushing the sample down to 90% passing 10 mesh and proceeding to a rotary split of 1 kg that is pulverized to 85% passing 200 mesh. From the 1 kilogram pulp 30 grams is split out for a second fire assay with gravimetric finish.

Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
www.renmarkfinancial.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the
TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the planned 2014 drilling program on the Bruner property; the potential for establishing a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate; the potential mineralization and geological merits of the Bruner property; and other future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned 2014 drilling program(s) on the Bruner property, will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization contained within the Bruner property are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s 2014 exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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Canamex Drilling Intersects 25.9 Metres Grading 2.37 g/tonne Au in the Penelas East Zone at Bruner Gold Project, Nevada

(October 7, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce ongoing results from reverse circulation drilling at the Bruner Gold Project located in Nye County, Nevada.

RC Hole B-1437
Reverse circulation drill hole B-1437, drilled at the northern extension of the Penelas East Zone, intersected 25.9 metres (85 feet) grading 2.37 g/tonne Au (0.069 oz/ton Au) at the top of the hole from 6.1-32.0 metres (20-105 feet) depth. This zone starts at the bottom of the 20 foot casing and may extend to the surface, as the material drilled during the setting of the casing was not sampled. This interval is part of a much thicker intercept that extended from 6.1-62.5 meters (20-205 feet) grading 1.33 g/tonne (0.039 opt) Au. In addition, several other zones were intersected in the hole as referenced in the table below. These intercepts are at the far northern end of drilling at the Penelas East discovery area, and the closest drill hole to the north is over 100 meters away. As a result the Penelas East discovery area remains wide open to the north for expansion with additional drilling.

RC Hole B-1437

True widths of the above reported intercepts are currently unknown.

Hole B-1437 was drilled the day after hole B-1436 was completed, and long before assays were received from hole B-1436. As a result geologists were not aware of the high grade at the bottom of hole B-1436 from 750-780 feet (TD), and hole B-1437 was terminated before reaching the projection of the high-grade zone encountered in hole B-1436.

To follow up on the high-grade intercept in RC hole B-1436 a core rig was positioned at the collar and a core hole (B-1446C) was drilled as close to RC hole B-1436 is possible, given core holes do not deviate as much. The core hole was completed on September 21st, and the core is in the ALS Minerals laboratory in Reno, NV for photographing and sawing prior to sampling and assaying. The core hole intersected a zone of dark matrix breccia with abundant visible gold from 239 to 246 metres (775-807 feet) and a zone of stringer veins within dark matrix mineralization and silicification to 259 metres (850 feet). The zone from 239 to 236 metres (775-807 feet) visually correlates well with the high-grade intersected in RC hole B-1436, and provides encouragement to drill additional core holes into this high-grade target area. Down-hole surveying demonstrates the two intercepts are 9.8 metres (32 feet) apart at the top of the intercept and 9.8 metres (35 feet) apart at the bottom of the intercepts. The Company is currently drilling a second core hole into the high-grade target area, designed to intersect the high grade target 30.5 metres (100 feet) north of the intercept in core hole B-1446C. Assay results from core hole B-1446C should be available in mid-October.
The high grade zone intersected in hole B-1436 remains open to the west and north, as does the thick lower grade mineralization encountered in hole B-1437.

Greg Hahn Quote

“We are impressed that the Penelas East mineral system remains robust at the northern end of our drilling to date, and may be increasing in strength northward. “With continued drilling through the balance of the 2014 field season we will come very close to completing our total expenditure commitment of $6 million to earn a 70% interest in the Bruner Project, and thereby trigger a 70:30 joint venture with the underlying optionor, Patriot Gold Corp.” continued Hahn. “Once drilling has been completed we will compile all drill hole assay and geologic data for preparation of a maiden NI 43-101 report on the resources present at the Bruner project. A Qualified Person (QP) for the NI 43-101 report has been selected and has completed a site visit in anticipation of receiving all of the data needed at the end of the drilling program to prepare the report. We expect that report to be available in the first quarter of 2015”.

Drill hole samples are stored on site and are retrieved by ALS Minerals personnel or an independent contractor and transported in their custody to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Reno/Sparks, Nevada, where core is photographed, sawed, sampled, and both cuttings and core are crushed, split, and analyzed by ALS Minerals laboratory for gold and silver. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes. All drill samples are prepared by crushing the entire sample to 70% passing 2mm size, splitting out 250 grams of sample and pulverizing this split to 85% passing -75 microns in size. From the 250 gram pulp 30 grams is split out for fusion and fire assay with an AA finish. If results return 3 g/tonne Au or greater, the lab performs a 30 gram fire assay with a gravimetric finish from the same pulp. In addition, a second sample is prepared by crushing the sample down to 90% passing 10 mesh and proceeding to a rotary split of 1 kg that is pulverized to 85% passing 200 mesh. From the 1 kilogram pulp 30 grams is split out for a second fire assay with gravimetric finish.

Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

* The historic resource area refers to an area on the Bruner property that was the subject of a historical resource estimate reported on the property in a press release by Miramar Mining Corporation in 1993 and is not in compliance with NI 43-101 standards. The non-compliant resource estimate was done by industry professionals in accordance with standard industry practices prevalent at the time, and is believe to be reliable, but with no assurances as to how much of the resource would qualify as measured, indicated, or inferred under current industry reporting standards. A qualified person (within the meaning of NI 43-101) has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resource or mineral reserves, and the Company is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. The historical estimate is relevant solely for purposes of directing target areas for the Company’s current exploration program.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
www.renmarkfinancial.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the
TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the planned 2014 drilling program on the Bruner property; the potential for establishing a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate; the potential mineralization and geological merits of the Bruner property; and other future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned 2014 drilling program(s) on the Bruner property, will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization contained within the Bruner property are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s 2014 exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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Canamex Closes Equity Financing for Gross Proceeds of $1,524,229, Including Additional Position Taken by Hecla Canada Ltd.

(Vancouver, British Columbia), October 3, 2014 – Canamex Resources Corp. (TSX V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) announces further to its News Release dated September 8, 2014 that it has received final acceptance from the TSX Venture Exchange and has closed its equity financing for gross proceeds of $1,524,229. The Company is pleased that Hecla Canada Ltd. (refer to CSQ News Release dated November 19, 2012) elected to increase its position in Canamex by participating in this financing.

In accordance with the provisions of the Subscription Agreements received, on October 3, 2014 the Company issued a total of 7,258,234 Units at $0.21 per Unit, each Unit consisting of one common share and one-half (1/2) share purchase warrant, each whole warrant entitling the holder to purchase one (1) additional common share at $0.30 per share on or before October 2, 2016.

All of these shares, including any shares issued on exercise of the warrants, will be subject to a hold period under applicable Canadian securities laws expiring on February 4, 2015, and will be subject to such further restrictions on resale as may apply under applicable foreign securities laws.

Proceeds will be used for exploration and development of the Company’s Bruner Gold Project in Nevada, which will include primarily core drilling, and for general working capital.

Three (3) Insiders, together with Hecla as an over 10% shareholder (the “Related Parties”), directly and/or indirectly subscribed for an aggregate of 3,928,572 Units from the Financing (not 952,382 as previously disclosed), which increased those Related Parties’ pro rata shareholdings in the Company (the “Related PartyTransaction”). All of the independent directors of the Company, acting in good faith, have determined that the fair market value of the securities being issued and the consideration paid is reasonable and, with the value of the Related Party Transaction being less than 25% of the Company’s market capitalization, is exempt from the formal valuation and minority shareholder approval requirements of the Multilateral Instrument 61-101.

Canamex President Greg Hahn commented “We are delighted that Hecla continues to support the Company, as they add a wealth of experience in the gold exploration and mining sector, and we believe they share our vision for our flagship Bruner Gold Project.”

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “GregHahn”

Greg Hahn, President, Interim CEO and Director
Contact: Greg Hahn (604) 336-8612

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
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The securities referred to in this news release have not been, nor will they be, registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. registration or an applicable exemption from the U.S. registration requirements.

This news release does not constitute an offer for sale of securities for sale, nor a solicitation for offers to buy any securities. Any public offering of securities in the United States must be made by means of a prospectus containing detailed information about the company and management, as well as financial statements.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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Follow-up Assays Return 40% Higher Gold Grades on High-Grade Drill Intervals at Bruner Gold Project, Nevada

(September 11, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF (FSE: CX6) is pleased to announce higher gold grades from follow-up sampling of visible gold bearing drill intervals at the Penelas and Penelas east targets at the Bruner Gold Project, Nye County, Nevada.

We have encountered more visible (particulate) gold this year in our drilling at Bruner than we have in the past, and this has prompted a review of our sample preparation and analytical procedures.

The panning of visible gold from the reverse circulation drill cutting reject stream from the intercept on the Penelas vein in RC hole B-1430 prompted requisition of metallic screen analyses on the high-grade interval. Below is a summary of the different assay results on this drill hole interval.

B-1430 (g/tonne values)

For background, the +150 mesh size fraction in the metallic screen analysis comprised only 8% of the total gold content of the sample: 92% of the gold is in the -150 mesh. These results confirm that the gold is not necessarily “coarse”, but it is particulate and requires attention to sample preparation and assaying procedures to properly quantify the gold content of each drill interval containing visible gold.

The above results show that a metallic screen analysis returns an average grade for the 3-meter (10-ft) interval tested of 20.25 g/tonne, as opposed to the original FA of 14.33 g/tonne and the 1000 gm pulp re-run of 15.3 g/tonne. Two fire assays on the -150 mesh fraction of the screen assay on interval 665-670 feet returned two widely disparate values of 30.8 and 10.9 g/tonne. Clearly particulate gold is present here, but predominantly below the -150 mesh size fraction. The 1000 gm pulp generated a 7% higher average grade than the 250 gm pulp.

B-1436

We recently received the 1000 gm pulp re-runs from the high-grade intercept in the bottom of hole B-1436. Those results are summarized below.

The 1000 gm pulp delivered an average grade of 16.43 g/tonne vs. an original average grade of 11.73 g/tonne on the 250 gm pulp, an increase of 40%. Clearly we have a “particulate” gold issue in this drill intercept also, and pulverizing a large sample before splitting out a 30-gm split for fire assay is a more representative sample. We have requested a metallic screen analysis on this interval also, but we do not have results back yet. We will continue to evaluate the particulate gold issue at Bruner as drilling continues.

We will review and evaluate all +3 g/tonne intercepts from our 2012-2014 drilling program in a similar manner and request metallic screen analyses were the fire assay data suggest we have a potential particulate gold issue.

Visible Gold Characteristics

Company geologists have started investigative work on the visible gold present at the Bruner Project. From thin section work, there appears to be a wide range of grain sizes to electrum (native gold + silver). Primary electrum has a high silver to gold ratio and generally occurs in grain sizes of 50-250 microns. Later (secondary?) electrum has a high gold to silver ratio (native gold) and generally occurs in much finer grain sizes from 5-20 microns. Both are typically found as inclusions in iron oxides after pyrite. The latter features explain the excellent cyanide extractions of gold in the samples tested to date. The fine-grained nature of the low-silver bearing electrum explains the “no-see-em” aspect of the average gold intercepts in the near surface environment at the historic resource area*.

Core Drilling

We are re-commencing core drilling at Bruner to follow up on the high-grade intercept encountered in RC hole B-1436 reported above. The first core hole is designed to be parallel and adjacent to hole B-1436, and to go to a depth of 1000 feet in order to test the full thickness of the mineralization within the bi-lithic breccia which hosts the gold interval from 750-780 feet (end of hole). A second core hole will offset the first core hole by 20-30 meters, to test continuity of mineralization along strike or up dip, depending upon results. Further core drilling will depend upon results of these two holes and availability of funds.

President and Interim CEO Greg Hahn Comments

“We are excited by the appearance of visible gold in our drilling this year, and the implications this has for higher grade portions of the gold mineralized system at Bruner. We have a ways to go to define the high-grade zones and their dimensions and limits, but I am confident additional drilling in the remainder of 2014 will provide more encouragement for continued testing of these deeper higher-grade zones of the Bruner Gold Property” says Greg Hahn, President and Interim CEO.

Drill hole samples are stored on site and are 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 photographed, sawed, sampled, and analyzed by ALS Minerals laboratory for gold and silver. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes. All drill samples are prepared by crushing the entire sample to 70% passing 2mm size, splitting out 250 grams of sample and pulverizing this split to 85% passing -75 microns in size. From the 250 gram pulp 30 grams is split out for fusion and fire assay with an AA finish. If results return 3 g/tonne Au or greater, the lab performs a 30 gram fire assay with a gravimetric finish from the same pulp. In addition, a second sample is prepared by crushing the sample down to 90% passing 10 mesh and proceeding to a rotary split of 1 kg that is pulverized to 85% passing 200 mesh. From the 1 kilogram pulp 30 grams is split out for a second fire assay with gravimetric finish.

Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

* The historic resource area refers to an area on the Bruner property that was the subject of a historical resource estimate reported on the property in a press release by Miramar Mining Corporation in 1993 and is not in compliance with NI 43-101 standards. The non-compliant resource estimate was done by industry professionals in accordance with standard industry practices prevalent at the time, and is believe to be reliable, but with no assurances as to how much of the resource would qualify as measured, indicated, or inferred under current industry reporting standards. A qualified person (within the meaning of NI 43-101) has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resource or mineral reserves, and the Company is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. The historical estimate is relevant solely for purposes of directing target areas for the Company’s current exploration program.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
www.renmarkfinancial.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the
TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the planned 2014 drilling program on the Bruner property; the potential for establishing a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate; the potential mineralization and geological merits of the Bruner property; and other future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned 2014 drilling program(s) on the Bruner property, will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization contained within the Bruner property are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s 2014 exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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Canamex Intends to Complete Equity Financing for Gross Proceeds up to $1,500,000

(Vancouver, British Columbia), September 8, 2014 – Canamex Resources Corp. (TSX V: CSQ) (FSE: CX6) it intends to complete a private placement for gross proceeds of up to $1,500,000 (the “Financing”), subject to acceptance by the TSX Venture Exchange. These funds will be raised by the Company issuing up to 7,142,857 Units at a price of $0.21 per Unit (the “Units”), each Unit consisting of one common share and one-half share purchase warrant, each whole warrant entitling the holder thereof to purchase one additional common share, exercisable for a period of two years from the date of issuance at a price of $0.30 per share.

Proceeds will be used for exploration and development of the Company’s Bruner Gold Project in Nevada, and for general working capital.

Three (3) Insiders (the “Related Parties”), will directly and/or indirectly subscribe for an aggregate of up 952,382 Units from the Financing, which will increase those Related Parties’ pro rata shareholdings in the Company (the “Related Party Transaction”). All of the independent directors of the Company, acting in good faith, have determined that the fair market value of the securities being issued and the consideration paid is reasonable and, with the value of the Related Party Transaction being less than 25% of the Company’s market capitalization, is exempt from the formal valuation and minority shareholder approval requirements of the Multilateral Instrument 61-101.

In addition, in accordance with an agreement the Company has with Hecla Canada Ltd. (refer to CSQ News Release dated November 19, 2012), Hecla holds a pre-emptive right so long as it holds more than 10% of Canamex’s outstanding shares (on an undiluted basis). In this regard, Hecla has the right (but not the obligation) to participate in equity offerings of Canamex in order to maintain Hecla’s pro-rata equity interest in Canamex.

Finders’ fees may be paid in accordance with policies of TSX Venture Exchange.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, President and CEO
Contact: Greg Hahn (604) 336-8612


Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
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The securities referred to in this news release have not been, nor will they be, registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. registration or an applicable exemption from the U.S. registration requirements.

This news release does not constitute an offer for sale of securities for sale, nor a solicitation for offers to buy any securities. Any public offering of securities in the United States must be made by means of a prospectus containing detailed information about the company and management, as well as financial statements.

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Canamex Drilling Intersects 9.1 Metres Grading 11.9 g/tonne Au in the Penelas East Zone at Bruner Gold Project, Nevada

(August 12, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is very pleased to announce ongoing results from reverse circulation drilling at the Bruner Gold Project located in Nye County, Nevada.

RC Hole B-1436

Reverse circulation drill hole B-1436, drilled at the open northern extension of the Penelas East Zone, intersected 9.1 metres (30 feet) grading 11.9 g/tonne Au (0.347 oz/ton Au) at the bottom of the hole from 228.6-237.7 metres (750-780 feet) depth. Unfortunately, the hole bottomed at 237.7 metres (780 feet) in 25.9 g/tonne Au (0.755 oz/ton Au) material from 236.2-237.7 metres (775-780 feet). The full extent of this mineralized zone remains untested and will be the target of follow-up drilling. The rock type encompassing the high grade mineralization is a bi-lithic breccia similar to the host rock identified in core in previous drilling within the nearby Penelas East Zone. These drill results suggest the potential presence of a new, deeper, gold bearing breccia body.

The high grade zone intersected in hole B-1436 remains open to the west and north. Drill hole B-1437 was drilled about 50 meters (164.0 feet) to the north of B-1436, but assay results for this hole are still pending.

The mineralized intercept in hole B-1436 is reported in the table below:

RC Hole B-1433

Reverse circulation drill hole B-1433, drilled at the old Penelas Mine target area, intersected 29.0 metres (95 feet) grading 1.46 g/tonne (0.043 oz/ton Au) from 120.4-149.4 metres (395-490 feet). This target area is located approximately half-way between the historic resource area* and the Penelas East Zone, and indicates a broad zone of disseminated gold mineralization is associated with the hanging wall and a parallel splay of the Penelas vein/structure at this location. Further drilling is warranted to follow-up on this mineralized zone.


Greg Hahn Quote

“We remain impressed by the diverse geologic environments where we are discovering gold on the Bruner Project. While this challenges our geologic team to understand the geology fully, it encourages us to continue drilling to fully flesh out the extent of these gold intercepts and the potential resources” remarks Greg Hahn, President & Interim CEO.

Cross sections showing the intercepts in this release will be posted to the Canamex web site. The reverse circulation drill rig was moved back to the historic resource area east zone after completion of hole B-1437 and has drilled six holes into that target area, with assay results pending.

Drill hole samples are stored on site and are 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 photographed, sawed, sampled, and analyzed by ALS Minerals laboratory for gold and silver. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes. All drill samples are prepared by crushing the entire sample to 70% passing 2mm size, splitting out 250 grams of sample and pulverizing this split to 85% passing -75 microns in size. From the 250 gram pulp 30 grams is split out for fusion and fire assay with an AA finish. If results return 3 g/tonne Au or greater, the lab performs a 30 gram fire assay with a gravimetric finish from the same pulp. In addition, a second sample is prepared by crushing the sample down to 90% passing 10 mesh and proceeding to a rotary split of 1 kg that is pulverized to 85% passing 200 mesh. From the 1 kilogram pulp 30 grams is split out for a second fire assay with gravimetric finish.

Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

* The historic resource area refers to an area on the Bruner property that was the subject of a historical resource estimate reported on the property in a press release by Miramar Mining Corporation in 1993 and is not in compliance with NI 43-101 standards. The non-compliant resource estimate was done by industry professionals in accordance with standard industry practices prevalent at the time, and is believe to be reliable, but with no assurances as to how much of the resource would qualify as measured, indicated, or inferred under current industry reporting standards. A qualified person (within the meaning of NI 43-101) has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resource or mineral reserves, and the Company is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. The historical estimate is relevant solely for purposes of directing target areas for the Company’s current exploration program.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
www.renmarkfinancial.com

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the planned 2014 drilling program on the Bruner property; the potential for establishing a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate; the potential mineralization and geological merits of the Bruner property; and other future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned 2014 drilling program(s) on the Bruner property, will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization contained within the Bruner property are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s 2014 exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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Canamex Drilling Intersects 4.6 Metres (`1.6 Metres True Width) Grading 11.1 g/tonne Au within 19.8 Metres (6.7 Metres True Width) Grading 3.24 g/tonne Au at Penelas Mine Zone at Bruner Gold Project, Nevada

(July 21, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is very pleased to announce ongoing results from reverse circulation drilling at the Bruner Gold Project located in Nye County, Nevada.

RC Hole B-1430

Reverse circulation drill hole B-1430, drilled into the old Penelas Mine Zone, located roughly half-way between the historic resource area* and the new discovery area at Penelas East, intersected 4.6 metres (15 feet) grading 11.1 g/tonne Au (0.324 oz/ton Au) with a wider zone of 19.8 metres (65 feet) grading 3.24 g/tonne au (0.095 opt Au). As the drilling cut the Penelas Vein structure visible gold was observed in the cuttings during the drilling and visible gold was panned from the drill cuttings reject stream. (see photo of pan concentrate of VG posted to the Canamex web site). Metallic screen assays are in progress to test the accuracy of the fire assay data reported here.
This is the first drill hole to intersect the plane of the Penelas Vein structure at the depths where it was mined historically. The Penelas Vein structure was the focus of historic mining between 1929 and 1941, which produced roughly 100,000 tons of material grading 0.34 oz/ton Au and 2.5 oz/ton Ag. This material was processed in a small 50 ton per day agitation leach cyanidation circuit. Sampling by Canamex of remaining tailings suggests calculated extractions of 95% for gold and 60% for silver for the historic production.
Two additional holes were drilled into the Penelas Vein structure at similar depths (B-1433 and B-1434). Drill hole B-1433 also intersected the vein from 720-735 feet and samples from this intercept are currently in the laboratory for analyses. Drill hole B-1434 unfortunately penetrated old workings where the vein was projected, indicating the high-grade intercept in that location had already been mined. Further drilling on the vein will be planned once all of the data are in and evaluated in the context of permitted access.

Mineralized intercept in hole B-1430 is reported in the table below:

Several other drill holes were drilled in the plane of the section of the drill hole B-1430 but they were much higher up the dip of the Penelas vein structure. These shallower holes intersected the vein, but these intersections are much thinner (1.5 metres {5 feet}), or less, and lower in grade, as in in upper levels of the old Penelas Mine workings. Their intercepts are reported below:

A cross section showing all of the intercepts in this release will be posted to the Canamex web site.
Drill hole samples are stored on site and are 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 photographed, sawed, sampled, and analyzed by ALS Minerals laboratory for gold and silver. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes. All drill samples are prepared by crushing the entire sample to 70% passing 2mm size, splitting out 1 kilogram of sample and pulverizing this split to 85% passing -75 microns in size. From the 1 kilogram pulp 30 grams is split out for fusion and fire assay with an AA finish. If results return greater than 3 g/tonne Au another 30 gram split is re-run by fusion and fire assay with a gravimetric finish.

Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

* The historic resource area refers to an area on the Bruner property that was the subject of a historical resource estimate reported on the property in a press release by Miramar Mining Corporation in 1993 and is not in compliance with NI 43-101 standards. The non-compliant resource estimate was done by industry professionals in accordance with standard industry practices prevalent at the time, and is believe to be reliable, but with no assurances as to how much of the resource would qualify as measured, indicated, or inferred under current industry reporting standards. A qualified person (within the meaning of NI 43-101) has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resource or mineral reserves, and the Company is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. The historical estimate is relevant solely for purposes of directing target areas for the Company’s current exploration program.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
www.renmarkfinancial.com


Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the
TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the planned 2014 drilling program on the Bruner property; the potential for establishing a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate; the potential mineralization and geological merits of the Bruner property; and other future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned 2014 drilling program(s) on the Bruner property, will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization contained within the Bruner property are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s 2014 exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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Canamex Drilling Intersects 44.2 Metres Grading 6.97 g/tonne Au and 47.3 Metres Grading 3.4 g/tonne Au at Bruner Gold Project, Nevada

(July 7, 2014) Canamex Resources Corp. (the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSQ) (OTCQX: CNMXF) (FSE: CX6) is very pleased to announce ongoing results from reverse circulation drilling at the Bruner Gold Project located in Nye County, Nevada.

RC Hole B-1425

Reverse circulation drill hole B-1425, drilled into the East Zone at the historic resource area* intersected 145 feet (44.2 metres) grading 0.203 oz/ton Au (6.97 g/tonne Au ) from 40-185 feet (12.2-56.4 metres) depth. Within this zone is a high-grade interval from 60-85 feet (18.3-25.9 metres) that grades 0.81 oz/ton (27.91 g/tonne) Au and 9.55 oz/ton (327.3 g/tonne) Ag. This intercept offsets to the south mineralized intervals drilled in holes B-1408C and historic drill hole BRU-094, which indicated the presence of a zone of gold mineralization that was above the average grade of the historic resource. Drill hole B-1425, along with the other holes reported below that were also drilled into the East Zone of the historic resource area* confirm there is a higher grade zone that needs to be properly quantified with sufficient drilling to include in a NI 43-101 resource estimate. A plan view map will be posted to the web site that displays the location of all holes drilled to date at the historic resource area, along with a cross section displaying the drill holes described in this release.

Mineralized intercepts in hole B-1425 are reported in the table below:

RC Hole B-1424
Reverse circulation drill hole B-1424 was drilled to offset to the north the mineralized intervals drilled in holes B-1408C and historic drill hole BRU-094 of the East Mineralized Zone referenced above. Hole B-1424 intersected 155 feet (47.3 metres) from 75-230 feet (22.9-70.1 metres) grading 0.100 oz/ton Au (3.44 g/tonne Au) and another lower grade intercept as reported in the table below:

RC Hole B-1426
Reverse circulation drill hole B-1426 was drilled above hole B-1425, and intersected the mineralized zone about 75 feet above the reported intercept in hole B-1425. Hole B-1426 intersected multiple mineralized zones as reported in the table below:

RC Hole B-1423
Reverse circulation drill hole B-1423 was drilled below hole B-1424, and intersected the mineralized zone about 75 feet below the reported intercept in hole B-1424. Hole B-1423 intersected one zone of low-grade gold as reported in the table below:

On the sections containing these holes, the East Zone trends in a northerly direction and is approximately 100 feet (30.5 metres) wide, 200 feet (61.0 metres) thick, and lies within 20 feet of surface.

The East Mineralized Zone of the historic resource area* remains open along strike to the north and south and is largely untested by drilling. Work is underway to assess the best access to drill stations to continue drilling the open extensions of this mineralized zone.

The assay results reported corroborate our interpretation that there are higher grade interior zones along well mineralized faults and fractures within the historic resource area* that have not been fully defined or adequately tested by historic drilling. The best gold intercepts at the historic resource area* lie at very shallow depths below the surface, making it readily amenable to open pit mining. Many historic drill holes penetrated beneath the main mineralized zone and failed to intersect this shallow zone. With ongoing drilling of this exciting mineralized zone we continue to advance our understanding of the host geology and the distribution of gold at Bruner. Once this additional drilling is completed we should have enough detailed information to quantify the historic resource* under NI 43-101 standards for reporting purposes.

Drill hole samples are stored on site and are 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 photographed, sawed, sampled, and analyzed by ALS Minerals laboratory for gold and silver. Duplicates, blanks, and standards were inserted at regular intervals for QA/QC purposes. All drill samples are prepared by crushing the entire sample to 70% passing 2mm size, splitting out 1 kilogram of sample and pulverizing this split to 85% passing -75 microns in size. From the 1 kilogram pulp 30 grams is split out for fusion and fire assay with an AA finish. If results return greater than 3 g/tonne Au another 30 gram split is re-run by fusion and fire assay with a gravimetric finish. Greg Hahn, President and interim CEO 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.

* The historic resource area refers to an area on the Bruner property that was the subject of a historical resource estimate reported on the property in a press release by Miramar Mining Corporation in 1993 and is not in compliance with NI 43-101 standards. The non-compliant resource estimate was done by industry professionals in accordance with standard industry practices prevalent at the time, and is believe to be reliable, but with no assurances as to how much of the resource would qualify as measured, indicated, or inferred under current industry reporting standards. A qualified person (within the meaning of NI 43-101) has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resource or mineral reserves, and the Company is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. The historical estimate is relevant solely for purposes of directing target areas for the Company’s current exploration program.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

SIGNED: “Greg Hahn”

Greg Hahn, Interim CEO and President
Contact: (720) 244-2022

Renmark Financial Communications Inc.
Robert Thaemlitz: rthaemlitz@renmarkfinancial.com
Henri Perron: hperron@renmarkfinancial.com
Tel.: (514) 939-3989 or (416) 644-2020
www.renmarkfinancial.com


Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the
TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


Forward-Looking Statements:
This news release includes certain forward-looking statements or information. All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. Forward-looking statements in this news release include statements in relation to the timing, cost and other aspects of the planned 2014 drilling program on the Bruner property; the potential for establishing a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate; the potential mineralization and geological merits of the Bruner property; and other future plans, objectives or expectations of the Company. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company’s plans or expectations include the risk that actual results of current and planned exploration activities, including the results of the Company’s planned 2014 drilling program(s) on the Bruner property, will not be consistent with the Company’s expectations; the geology, grade and continuity of any mineral deposits and the risk of unexpected variations in mineral resources, grade and/or recovery rates; fluctuating metals prices; possibility of accidents, equipment breakdowns and delays during exploration; exploration cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological tests; availability of capital and financing required to continue the Company’s future exploration programs and preparation of geological reports and studies; delays in the preparation of geological reports and studies; the metallurgical characteristics of mineralization contained within the Bruner property are yet to be fully determined; general economic, market or business conditions; competition and loss of key employees; regulatory changes and restrictions including in relation to required permits for exploration activities (including drilling permits) and environmental liability; timeliness of government or regulatory approvals; and other risks detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by the Company with securities regulators. In connection with the forward-looking information contained in this news release, the Company has made numerous assumptions, including that the Company’s 2014 exploration programs will proceed as planned and within budget. The Company expressly disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as otherwise required by applicable securities legislation.

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