December 30, 2016

Para Announces Termination of Cumaru-Gradaus Gold Project Agreements


December 30, 2016 – Vancouver, British Columbia.  Para Resources Inc. (the “Company” or “Para”) (TSXV – “PBR”) (WKN – “A14YF1”) (OTC – “PRSRF”) announces that it and its wholly owned Brazilian subsidiary Angra Metals Mineração Ltda. (“Angra”) have entered into a Mutual Release Agreement and Amendment Agreement to the Mutual Release Agreement (together the “Settlement Agreements”) with Sercor Ltd. (“Sercor”), Mineração Iraja S/A (the “Vendor”) and Mineracao Gradaus Ltda and Brason Consultoria Inportacao Exportacao Ltda (together the “Royalty Holders”), under which the parties have terminated the Mineral Rights Purchase and Sale Agreement dated September 8, 2014 (the “Acquisition Agreement”) whereby the Company through Angra was to acquire a 100% right, title and interest in and to the Cumaru-Gradaús Gold Project located in Para State, Brazil (the “Project”), as well as subsequent acknowledgement agreement (the “Acknowledgment Agreement”) with Sercor, under which the Vendor assigned to Sercor its right to receive the share consideration from the Company under the Acquisition Agreement.

Pursuant to the Acquisition and Acknowledgment Agreements (collectively the “Agreements”), the Company acquired the right to purchase 100% of the Project in consideration of the issuance of 6,440,500 common shares of the Company to Sercor, as well as the maintenance of a number of royalties on the Project, and the Vendor became entitled to a 1% Net Smelter Return royalty (the “Tucuma Royalty”) in the event the Company achieved commercial production on its Tucuma project located in Para State, or any other project within 5 kilometers of the Tucuma project.

The Settlement Agreements terminate all the Company and Angra’s obligations under the Agreements (including the Tucuma Royalty) in consideration of the issuance of 1,250,000 common shares in the capital of the Company (the “Shares”) to Sercor on the 10th business day (the “Closing Date”) following TSX Venture Exchange approval of the Settlement Agreements. The Shares are subject to voluntary resale restrictions expiring in 25% tranches on the six, nine, 12 and 18 month anniversaries of the Closing Date.

The Company has received conditional acceptance to the Settlement Agreements from the TSX Venture Exchange and will proceed with closing.


Para Resources is an exploration stage gold mining and toll milling company.  Para owns approximately 75% of the El Limon project, in Colombia, which in addition to its current underground operation has toll milling opportunities, and exploration and development upside. In addition, the Company has applied for the necessary permits to commence trial mining operations at its Angelim prospect on the Tucuma Project in Para State, Brazil. Para Resources will continue to take advantage of current market conditions to acquire and develop additional highly economic, near-term production assets that have strong exploration and development upside.

Management’s production decisions for the El Limon Gold Project are not based on a feasibility study of mineral reserves demonstrating economic and technical viability. As a result, the project has a much higher risk of economic or technical failure and may adversely impact the Company’s projected profits, if any. The risks associated with this decision are set forth in the Company’s latest annual management’s discussion and analysis available on the Company’s website and the under Para’s SEDAR profile on



“C. Geoffrey Hampson”


C. Geoffrey Hampson, Chief Executive Officer and Director

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