Osisko Metals Intersects 12.4 Metres Assaying 9.3% Zinc + 2.8% Lead at the Mount Fronsac North Project

Osisko Metals Incorporated (the “Company” or “Osisko Metals”) (TSX VENTURE:OM)(FRANKFURT:0B5) is pleased to announce the initial results from its maiden drilling program on the Mount Fronsac North Project located 60 kilometres west of Bathurst, New Brunswick. Drill hole MF00-31-Wedge intersected 12.4 metres of 9.29% Zn and 2.84% Pb, and 45.1 grams per tonne Ag.

As quoted in the press release:

Jeff Hussey, President and CEO of Osisko Metals, commented: “The Mount Fronsac North deposit is a large sulphide zone that is currently defined by widely spaced drill holes. Our objective is to extend the boundaries of the high grade zones within the broader envelope of sulphide mineralization. Confirming the grades of historical drill holes is an important first step in this process, and so far we have been successful in replicating significant intersections”.

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