Probe Metals Intersects 1,122 g/t Gold Over 0.7 Metres in New Zone at Val-d'Or East

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – March 6, 2017) – Probe Metals Inc. (TSX VENTURE:PRB) (“Probe” or the “Company, is pleased to announce results from an additional nine holes on its 100% owned Val-d’Or East project (the “Project”) located near Val-d’Or, Quebec. The results represent the remaining holes drilled during the 11,500-metre 2016 program. In addition to follow-up drilling of the new gold discovery in Hole PC-16-90 (see News Release dated December 6, 2016) and further definition and delineation of the New Beliveau gold-bearing quartz-tourmaline vein system, drilling was also successful in discovering a new, high-grade gold zone hosted in diorite dyke 300 metres west of the former Beliveau Mine. Hole PC-16-100 intersected an impressive zone of quartz-tourmaline veining, which included an interval of 1,122 g/t gold (“Au”) over 0.7 metres. The hole represents the most westerly step-out that the Company has drilled on the New Beliveau Mine and the highest grades encountered on the property, to date. The new results indicate increased potential for both near-surface bulk tonnage and deeper, higher grade mineralized systems. Results also demonstrate the continuity of the gold mineralization and therefore the potential for growth of the resource to the west and at depth of known mineralization.