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Commencement of Phase 2 Mechanical Sorter Trials at Nullagine Gold Project

HIGHLIGHTS• Steinert KSS 100F LIXT fine mechanical sorting unit (the “Sorter”) constructed and commissioned at the Company’s Nullagine gold project (the “Nullagine Gold Project”) in Western Australia
• Comet Well and Purdy’s Reward samples have been processed with results pending
• Concentrates undergoing assessment by Novo geologists ahead of assay to determine gold content  
VANCOUVER, BC – Novo Resources Corp. (“Novo” or the “Company”) (TSX: NVO, NVO.WT & NVO.WT.A) (OTCQX: NSRPF) is pleased to advise that Phase 2 mechanical sorter trials have commenced at the Nullagine Gold Project.

Over recent weeks, the Sorter infrastructure has been mobilized, constructed, and commissioned adjacent to the Company’s Golden Eagle processing plant at the Nullagine Gold Project. Fifty samples from the Company’s Comet Well, Purdy’s Reward, Egina, and Talga Talga projects ranging in size from 800 kg to approximately five tonnes have been delivered to the site for crushing and screening ahead of Phase 2 Sorter testwork . 

The testwork program in late 2021 and early 2022 is designed to achieve multiple objectives:
• Construct and commission the Sorter and associated infrastructure (Phase 1 – complete) 
• Tune the Sorter to the various geological regimes and size fractions and train Novo operators in its use
• Process samples from multiple Novo projects around the Pilbara to field test mass pull to concentrate1 
• Establish assay protocols for Sorter concentrate ‘accepts’ and waste ‘rejects’. Smaller concentrate mass will be processed by Chrysos PhotonAssay at Intertek’s laboratory in Perth, Western Australia . The Acacia reactor and electrowinning apparatus in the gold room at the Nullagine Gold Project is being commissioned to accept larger masses of material from accepts and reject samples. This will be particularly important as the testwork program moves to Phase 3 at the Company’s Comet Well project in 2022 to test bulk samples (up to 20,000 tonnes of potentially mineralized material from the Comet Well and Purdy’s Reward projects).

The Sorter infrastructure, designed and constructed by OPS Screening and Crushing Equipment, is a fully modular and containerized turn-key plant deployable to any of Novo’s tenements in the future for testwork and potential large bulk sampling and processing. The Sorter includes feed and product transfer conveyors, allowing the Sorter to produce gold-bearing concentrates in a single pass for further upgrading or downstream processing.

This Phase 2 trial of the Sorter within the Golden Eagle processing facility area is the culmination of several years of test work conducted by Novo to determine the amenability of mechanical sorting to its 13,250 sq km of tenements across Western Australia. Mechanical sensor-based sorting utilizes x-ray technology, 3D colour laser, and metal induction to identify gold-bearing material. A high-pressure air jet ‘shoots’ these gold bearing particles into a collection system to produce a concentrate for further downstream processing.

A drone fly-over video of the installed Sorter facility at the Nullagine Gold Project is available below. 
Next steps: 
• Phase 2 completion prior to May 2022 – complete processing and assaying of all outstanding coarse, mid, and fines samples from the Company’s Comet Well, Purdy’s Reward, Egina and Talga Talga projects and establish operating protocols for processing larger mass  
• Phase 3 commencing May 2022 (subject to approval from the Western Australian Department of Water and Environmental Regulation) – relocate the Sorter and infrastructure to the Comet Well project for bulk testwork
(Figure 1: The Sorter and associated infrastructure undergoing final construction and commissioning at the Nullagine Gold Project.)
(Figure 2: The Sorter. Note the Company’s Golden Eagle processing facility in the background.)

“Novo is delighted to see the Sorter in operation at the Nullagine Gold Project,” commented Mr. Rob Humphryson, CEO and a director of Novo. “This represents the culmination of considerable planning involving a dedicated consortium of mechanical, electrical, geological and processing experts aiming to maximize the likelihood of success of an innovative application for sorting in the gold industry. Results from Phase 3 bulk sampling program set to commence in 2022 at the Comet Well and Purdy’s Reward projects, together with the results of the Phase 2 trials at the Nullagine Gold Project this year, are expected to provide sufficient geological and operating certainty to enable Novo to progress towards commercial operations at Novo’s nuggety gold deposits.”  

QP STATEMENT

Dr. Quinton Hennigh (P.Geo.) is the qualified person, as defined under National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects, responsible for, and having reviewed and approved, the technical information contained in this news release. Dr. Hennigh is the non-executive co-chairman and a director of Novo.

ABOUT NOVO

Novo operates its flagship Beatons Creek gold project while exploring and developing its prospective land package covering approximately 13,250 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors,
Novo Resources Corp.
“Michael Spreadborough”
Michael Spreadborough
Executive Co-Chairman

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Some statements in this news release contain forward-looking information (within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation) including, without limitation, that samples from the Company’s Comet Well, Purdy’s Reward, Egina, and Talga Talga projects ranging in size from 800 kg to approximately five tonnes will be crushed and screened ahead of Sorter testwork, that the Phase 2 testwork in late 2021 and Phase 3 testwork in early 2022 will achieve its objectives, including construction and commission the Sorter and infrastructure, tuning the Sorter to the various geological regimes and size fractions and training Novo operators in its use, processing samples from multiple Novo projects around the Pilbara to field test mass pull to concentrate, establishing assay protocols for Sorter concentrate ‘accepts’ and waste ‘rejects’, with Nullagine Gold Project gold room Acacia reactor and electrowinning apparatus being commissioned to accept larger masses of material from accepts and reject samples, that the Phase 3 testwork program will move to the Company’s Comet Well project in 2022 to test bulk samples (up to 20,000 tonnes of potentially mineralised material from the Comet Well and Purdy’s Reward projects), that processing and assaying of all outstanding coarse, mid and fines samples from Comet Well, Purdy’s Reward, Egina and Talga Talga will be completed and operating protocols for processing larger mass will be established prior to May 2022, and that the Sorter and associated infrastructure will be relocated to the Comet Well project for Phase 3 bulk testwork from May 2022 onwards pending receipt of approvals from DWER. These statements address future events and conditions and, as such, involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the statements. Such factors include, without limitation, customary risks of the resource industry and the risk factors identified in Novo’s management’s discussion and analysis for the nine-month period ended September 30, 2021, which is available under Novo’s profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date those statements are made. Except as required by applicable law, Novo assumes no obligation to update or to publicly announce the results of any change to any forward-looking statement contained or incorporated by reference herein to reflect actual results, future events or developments, changes in assumptions or changes in other factors affecting the forward-looking statements. If Novo updates any forward-looking statement(s), no inference should be drawn that the Company will make additional updates with respect to those or other forward-looking statements.
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Novo Identifies Ni-Cu Targets at Southcourt, Andover Intrusion, Adjacent to Azure’s Andover VC-07 Ni-Cu-Co Discovery

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  • Novo’s extensive greenfields exploration program has recently identified and advanced a series Ni-Cu-Co targets adjacent to Azure Minerals Limited’s (“ Azure ”) (ASX: AZS) Andover VC-07 Ni-Cu-Co massive sulphide discovery (“ Andover ”) and Artemis Resources Limited’s (“ Artemis ”) (ASX: ARV) Carlow Castle Au-Cu-Co discovery (“ Carlow Castle ”)
  • Novo’s 100%-owned exploration licence 47/1745 contains several airborne electromagnetic (“ VTEM ”) anomalies (previously defined in 2007 by Legend Mining Limited (“ Legend ”) (ASX: LEG)) which have not been drill tested, along with large high order soil geochemical anomalies (including Cu, Ni and Co) associated with the VTEM conductors, including the Southcourt and Milburn prospects
  • Novo is now progressing ground electromagnetic (“ EM ”) geophysical surveys in the near-term to advance these discoveries
  • This work is consistent with Novo’s accelerated exploration strategy targeted at growing the Company’s portfolio of gold and battery metals prospects in the Pilbara region of Western Australia

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Novo Resources Corp. “Novo” or the “Company” ) (TSX: NVO, NVO.WT & NVO.WT.A) (OTCQX: NSRPF) is pleased to advise that it has recently identified and advanced a series of Au-Cu and Ni-Cu-Co targets on EL47/1745, adjacent to Andover and Carlow Castle in the West Pilbara region of Western Australia, although there is no certainty that EL47/1745 contains the same levels of mineralization as either of these discoveries.

The general area has benefited from a renewed exploration interest since Azure announced its drilling success on Andover in November 2020 with 3.9m @ 2.85% Ni and 0.47% Cu from 94.5m in their maiden drill hole ANDD001, subsequent to success by the Creasy Group, in 2018, who intersected 7m @ 2.62% Ni and 0.65% Cu in ADRC002 .

Recent geochemical sampling by Novo over previously defined VTEM conductors on EL47/1745 (weak conductors within airborne electro-magnetic surveys by Legend ) has defined several large high-order Cu, Ni and Co anomalies relating to the VTEM targets.

Results and technical information referred to in this news release from Azure, Legend, Artemis, Westfield Minerals Ltd (“ Westfield ”) and AMAX Exploration (“ AMAX ”) are not necessarily representative of mineralization throughout the district. This historical data was disclosed in ASX announcements, other public disclosure documents, and annual exploration reports filed on the Western Australian Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s (“ DMIRS ”) website (collectively, “ Disclosure ”) issued by Azure, Legend, Artemis, Westfield, and AMAX. The technical information contained herein has been extracted from this Disclosure. Reference should be made to the relevant Disclosure which is available online at the links provided in various footnotes throughout this news release.

A qualified person has not verified the technical information contained in the Disclosure, and Novo is unaware of the existence of any technical report prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects or the Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves in connection with the technical information contained in the Disclosure. Novo is unable to comment on the reliability of the technical information contained in the Disclosure and therefore, reliance should not be placed on such technical information.

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Figure 1 – EL47/1745 location and priority targets, in relation to Andover and Carlow Castle.)

Southcourt Anomalies

Three weak VTEM conductors 3km WNW of Andover are present in a zone of complex geology within the Andover intrusion at Novo’s Southcourt prospect ( Figure 1 ), including layered gabbro and ultramafic intrusive rocks.

Detailed 20 x 20 m to 20 x 40 m spaced soil sampling undertaken by Novo utilizing a Niton XL5 pXRF has defined a high-order 500 m long Cu anomaly flanking the western two VTEM conductors ( Figure 2 ). Co and Ni partially overlap the broad copper anomaly ( Figure 3 ). Peak pXRF soil values include 1,456 ppm Cu, 1,521 ppm Ni, and 1,938 ppm Co. Peak rock chip results utilizing the pXRF for spot assaying on sulphide minerals or Cu-Ni oxide minerals yielded up to 19.6% Cu, 0.13% Co and 2.07% Ni. These results are not necessarily representative of mineralization throughout the entire district. Novo interprets the broad anomaly to be a zone of disseminated sulphide ( Figure 5a ) on the margin of potentially more substantial sulphide bodies at depth (VTEM target). Additional assay results are pending.

Milburn Anomaly

One high intensity VTEM anomaly is present at Milburn, 1.4km ESE from the east end of Carlow Castle. Previous work by Legend included eight lines of ground EM which identified a single conductor modelled to a dip of 45 west at a depth of 35 m. The EM anomaly was followed up by Legend with 17 -2 mm soil samples which returned peak values of 36 and 33 ppb Au and previous rock chip sampling yielded values of 4.83% Cu, 0.15 g/t Au and 0.21% Ni. The anomaly was not drilled by Legend.

In 1967, Westfields Minerals defined a 1 km long induced polarization (“ IP ”) anomaly (Fig. 3) to the south of the EM conductor and completed shallow vertical percussion holes with a best result of 6m @ 0.22% Ni and 0.15% Cu (BH31) (Fig. 3). Subsequent drilling in 1971 by AMAX 10 intersected a sequence of mafic and ultramafic rocks with 1 to 10% disseminated sulfides (pyrite, pyrrhotite and rare chalcopyrite) with best results from PDH20A (Fig. 3) of 3.66 m @ 0.23% Ni and 0.17% Cu. These results are not necessarily representative of mineralization throughout the entire district. Importantly, Au, Co and PGE minerals were not analyzed.

Detailed 20 x 20m spaced soil sampling undertaken by Novo utilizing a Niton XL5 pXRF has defined a high-order 450 m long Cu anomaly flanking the eastern side of the VTEM conductor ( Figure 4 ). Peak pXRF soil values include 1,677 ppm Cu, 1,131 ppm Ni, and 238 ppm Co. Peak rock chip results utilizing the pXRF for spot assaying on sulphide minerals or Cu-NI oxide minerals yielded up to 15.2% Cu, 92 ppm Co and 0.33% Ni. These results are not necessarily representative of mineralization throughout the entire district. Figure 5b highlights a copper rich siliceous altered mafic rock from the trend. Additional assay results are pending.

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Figure 2 – Southcourt Cu soil geochemistry (pXRF) with overlapping Co anomaly and VTEM conductors (white dashed circles).)

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Figure 3 – Southcourt Ni soil geochemistry (pXRF) with overlapping Cu anomaly Co anomaly (white shapes) and VTEM conductors (white dashed circles.))

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Figure 4 – Milburn Cu soil geochemistry (pXRF) and VTEM conductors (white dashed circles) and the location of Westfields IP anomaly and drillholes in the general area.)

Other significant targets ( Figure 1 ) on EL47/1745 include:

Anna Valley which is in the SW corner of EL47/1745. This VTEM anomaly defined by Legend was followed up with a ground fixed loop transient EM (“ FLTEM ”) survey defining a strong conductor dipping between 35 – 55°to the northwest with a modelled depths of 30 to 35 m. The target was thought to relate to a chert body which outcrops to the west, but the target is under thick alluvial and colluvial cover.

Fortune South #1 and #2 , which are part of a 2 km long shear zone with several historic workings and a number of metal detector pits where sheared gabbro and anastomosing quartz veins are present. Previous sampling has assayed up to 8.51 g/t Au and 0.134% Cu on EL47/1745 . pXRF rock chip samples at Fortune South #2 into banded and sheared Cu-rich gossan ( Figure 5d ) yielded peak values of 60% Cu and 802 ppm Ni. These target types (shear-related Au-Cu) are not highlighted by VTEM.

Thorpe East , which is part of a 2 km long shear corridor with several historic workings and peak assay results of 3.11 ppm Au . Novo has identified significant gossanous zones ( Figure 5c ) associated with quartz veining, yielding up to 676 ppm As, 3.5% Cu, 0.15% Ni, and 48.6 ppm Mo. These target types (shear-related Au-Cu) are not highlighted by VTEM.

Carlow Castle Extension , on which Artemis have reported a soil geochemical anomaly and favourable stratigraphy along strike and to the east of Carlow Castle, on EL47/1745, directly north of Milburn. Novo has not yet conducted any work on this 1.7 km long zone of potential. This orogenic Au-Cu-Co target type is not highlighted by VTEM.

The foregoing results at Anna Valley, Fortune South #1 and #2, and Thorpe East are not necessarily representative of mineralization throughout the entire district.

Exploration planned for EL47/1745 by Novo in early 2022 includes ground FLTEM surveys to better define the EM conductors, possible induced polarization lines across the identified target zones pending results of EM, and drilling into the main target areas, including the Milburn, Southcourt and Anna Valley prospects. Drill holes will be surveyed using downhole EM techniques to locate off-hole conductors. Extensive first pass reconnaissance soil sampling, regional to detailed mapping, and rock chip sampling will be conducted across highly prospective EL47/1745.

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Figure 5a, 5b, 5c, 5d – Milburn Cu soil geochemistry (pXRF) and VTEM conductors (white dashed circles).)

Analytic Methodology

The pXRF assay technique utilized a Niton XL5 handheld XRF machine. The Niton is calibrated daily, with 4 QAQC standards (fit for purpose including certified Ni, Cu and Co values) run concurrently, with an additional 2 standards checked per 100 readings and 4 QAQC standard assayed before the machine is shut down. pXRF is utilized as a preliminary exploration technique for base metals. Soil samples are unprepared and analysed for 30 seconds using two machine filters and rock chip samples are point analysed for 90 seconds using 4 machine filters. The pXRF is a spot reading device and has diminished precision due to grainsize effect, especially on rock samples where peak results represent a window of < 10mm field of view.

QP STATEMENT

Dr. Quinton Hennigh (P.Geo.) is the qualified person, as defined under National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects , responsible for, and having reviewed and approved, the technical information contained in this news release other than the technical information extracted from the Disclosure. Dr. Hennigh is the non-executive co-chairman and a director of Novo.

ABOUT NOVO

Novo operates its flagship Beatons Creek gold project while exploring and developing its prospective land package covering approximately 13,250 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com .

On Behalf of the Board of Directors,

Novo Resources Corp.

“ Michael Spreadborough 

Michael Spreadborough

Executive Co-Chairman

Forward-looking information

Some statements in this news release contain forward-looking information (within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation) including, without limitation, planned exploration activities. These statements address future events and conditions and, as such, involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the statements. Such factors include, without limitation, customary risks of the resource industry and the risk factors identified in Novo’s management’s discussion and analysis for the nine-month period ended September 30, 2021, which is available under Novo’s profile on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Forward-looking statements speak only as of the date those statements are made. Except as required by applicable law, Novo assumes no obligation to update or to publicly announce the results of any change to any forward-looking statement contained or incorporated by reference herein to reflect actual results, future events or developments, changes in assumptions or changes in other factors affecting the forward-looking statements. If Novo updates any forward-looking statement(s), no inference should be drawn that the Company will make additional updates with respect to those or other forward-looking statements.

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Refer to Azure’s ASX announcement dated November 9, 2020 .

Refer to Artemis’ ASX announcement dated November 20, 2019 .

Refer to Azure’s ASX announcement dated August 6, 2020 .

Refer to Legend’s ASX announcement dated July 23, 2007 .

Refer to Legend’s Annual Report 2009 – WAMEX Open File Data Rept. A82043

Refer to Legend’s ASX announcement dated October 02, 2007 .

Refer to Legend’s ASX announcement dated January 24, 2008 .

Refer to Legend’s Annual Report 2009 – WAMEX Open File Data Rept. A69000

Refer to Westfields Final Report 1967 – WAMEX Open File Data Rept. A982

10 Refer to AMAX Final Report 1972 – WAMEX Open File Data Rept. A3472

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Novo Resources Exploration Program Update


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About Novo

Novo is commissioning its flagship Beatons Creek gold project while exploring and developing its prospective land package covering approximately 14,000 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com .

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Receipt Issued for Novo’s Final Short Form Prospectus Qualifying Distribution of Common Shares and Warrants Underlying Special Warrants


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About Novo Resources Corp.

Novo is commissioning its flagship Beatons Creek gold project while exploring and developing its highly prospective land package covering approximately 14,000 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com

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Novo Exercises Option Over Kalamazoo Resources’ Queens Gold Project

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“Malmsbury is a very high value Victorian gold target with strong geologic similarities to the high-grade Fosterville deposit approximately 55 km to the north,” commented Quinton Hennigh, Chairman and President of Novo Resources. “Exercise of this option consolidates Novo’s land holdings in this important district. We look forward to expanding our current exploration program beyond the joint venture ground we hold with GBM Resources and identifying drill targets by late this year.”

For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com .

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Novo Makes Final Comet Well Payment and Provides Update on Mechanical Sorting Plans


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“We are happy to conclude the acquisition of Comet Well,” commented Quinton Hennigh, President and Chairman of Novo Resources. “We see the Karratha gold project, of which Comet Well is a part, as our next opportunity to build upon our strategy to grow Novo into a significant gold producer in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. We are now able to streamline processes to get our trial bulk sampling and mechanical sorting program permitted and underway. By late 2021, we hope to show the market a viable path forward for this very important project.”

Novo’s focus is primarily to explore and develop gold projects in the Pilbara region of Western Australia, and Novo has built up a significant land package covering approximately 13,750 square kilometres with varying ownership interests. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com

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Novo Provides Update From Malmsbury Project in Victoria, Australia


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“We are delighted to be working closely with the technically savvy GBM exploration team at Malmsbury,” commented Quinton Hennigh, Chairman and President of Novo. “Early stage work is already resulting in very encouraging results that support our thesis that Malmsbury hosts a high-grade epizonal orogenic gold system like that at Fosterville approximately 58 km to the north. Recent rock chip sampling is not only turning up high-grade gold assays in vein material but importantly, in disseminated form in mineralized host rocks, a characteristic of the high-grade Fosterville lodes. Although early days, we anticipate working with GBM to ramp up the level of exploration at this very exciting project.”

About Novo Resources Corp.

Novo is advancing its flagship Beatons Creek gold project to production while exploring and developing its highly prospective land package covering approximately 14,000 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com

 

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Novo Announces Appointment of Michael Spreadborough to Board of Directors


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“Novo is delighted to welcome Mr. Spreadborough to our board of directors,” commented Dr. Quinton Hennigh, President and Chairman of the Company. “Mr. Spreadborough brings with him a wealth of Australian resource industry operational experience and international executive public company experience. His experience strengthens operational oversight within Novo’s board. We look forward to working with Mike as we advance towards production.”

About Novo Resources Corp.

Novo is advancing its flagship Beatons Creek gold project to production while exploring and developing its highly prospective land package covering approximately 14,000 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com

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Novo Receives Conditional Approval to Graduate to the Toronto Stock Exchange


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“This is a significant milestone for the Company,” commented Dr. Quinton Hennigh, Chairman, President, and a director of Novo. “Novo has grown dramatically since the Company’s initial public offering and listing on the Canadian Securities Exchange in June, 2010. I would like to thank the TSXV for its years of continuous support after accepting Novo’s listing in May 2015. Given Novo’s international exposure, we believe it is time to graduate to the TSX, one of the premier exchanges for publicly traded companies, in order to enhance liquidity of Novo’s stock and extend Novo’s appeal to the international investment community.”

About Novo Resources Corp.

Novo is advancing its flagship Beatons Creek gold project to production while exploring and developing its highly prospective land package covering approximately 14,000 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com

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Beatons Creek Operational Update


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Novo CEO and director Rob Humphryson commented, “Despite the challenges created by some recent heavy rainfall, the project is tracking safely, within budget and to schedule. All contractors at the site continue to perform outstanding work and we thank them for their cooperative efforts.”

About Novo Resources Corp.

Novo is advancing its flagship Beatons Creek gold project to production while exploring and developing its highly prospective land package covering approximately 14,000 square kilometres in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. In addition to the Company’s primary focus, Novo seeks to leverage its internal geological expertise to deliver value-accretive opportunities to its shareholders. For more information, please contact Leo Karabelas at (416) 543-3120 or e-mail leo@novoresources.com