Mosaic Minerals appoints social media executive, grants stock options

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Mosaic Minerals appoints social media executive, grants stock options

Montreal Quebec – TheNewswire – June 17, 2021 – The management of Mosaic Minerals Corp. (“Mosaic” or “Company”) (CNSX: POWER.CN) announces:

Appointment of social media manager

Pascal Germain has been appointed to the newly created position of CEO of Mosaic, which is responsible for social media development, website maintenance, company promotion and information sheet production. Mr Germain is an entrepreneur with over 25 years of technical experience. He is a co-founder of Arkys Web Softwares, a consulting firm, as well as the founder of MiningCrypt Inc., a cryptographic firm that was sold to Alt5Sigma Inc. in 2019.

Since 2018, Mr. Germain has specialized in the field of e-commerce and online marketing via social networks and has now achieved some success. Mr Germain’s mandate is to advise and assist the company in gaining greater visibility, especially on various social networks and on the Internet in general.

Strength of stock options

Valid June 16, 2021 Mosaic has provided 750,000 encouragement of stock options to directors and advisers. The options are usable at the exchange rate $ 0.115 per share for five years. The options are provided according to the encouragement of the company’s stock option plan.

About Mosaic Minerals Corporation

Mosaic Minerals Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration company listed in the Canadian Security Trade (CSE: MOC) is now focusing on finding future strategic copper-nickel-zinc deposits in the territory of the province of Quebec that have a long and successful history of metallurgy, mainly in the Rouyn-Noranda, Matagami, Vald’Or and Chibougamau mines. Research on the base metal was put on hold several decades ago to profit from exploring for gold, but the potential for discovering large Cu, Zn, Ni deposits is still very much there.

On behalf of the Board

M. Guy Morissette

President & CEO

Contact: Guy Morissette at 1-514-531-8129

This edition contains certain “forward-looking information” under applicable Canadian securities law regarding the arrangement. Foresighted information reflects the current internal expectations or attitudes of the company and is based on information currently available to the company. In some cases, forward-looking information can be identified by terms such as “may”, “will”, “should”, “expect”, “intend”, “plan”, “foresee”, “believe”, ” “plan”, “project”, “possible”, “planned”, “forecast”, “budget” or negative of these terms or other similar terms. Assumptions based on such forward-looking information include, among other things, that the conditions for the termination of the agreement will be met and that the agreement will be concluded on the terms set out in the final agreement. Many of these assumptions are based on factors and events that are not under the control of the company and there is no guarantee that they will prove to be correct or correct. Risk factors that may cause actual results to differ materially from those predicted herein are unrestricted: the conditions remaining in the arrangement will not be met; that the company’s business prospects and opportunities will not go as planned; changes in world market prices for gold or certain other products (such as diesel, aluminum and electricity); changes in the US dollar and other exchange rates, interest rates or gold rents; risks arising from the holding of derivative instruments; liquidity and capital levels; access to capital markets, financing and interest rates; mining tax system; ability to integrate acquired property successfully; legislation, political or economic developments in the jurisdiction in which the company does business; operational or technical difficulties related to mining or development activities; laws and regulations concerning protection environment; employee relations; supply and increased costs associated with mining and labor inputs; the speculative nature of exploration and development; competition for ownership of assets, in particular ownership of undeveloped assets; and the risks associated with research, development and mining. The risks and uncertainties inherent in all projects include the inaccuracy of estimated reserves and resources, the recovery of metallurgy, the capital and operating costs of such projects and the future price of the minerals in question.

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