Eastmain Resources Shares to Begin Trading on OTCQX

June 21, 2017

Toronto, Ontario, June 21, 2017 - Eastmain Resources Inc. (“Eastmain” or the “Company”- TSX:ER; OTCQX:EANRF) is pleased to announce that the Company's common shares began trading on the OTCQX® Best Market in the United States under the symbol "EANRF". Eastmain upgraded from the Pink Market. Investors can access trading, real-time level 2 quotes and view a list of the Company's news releases and financial disclosure documents at

OTC Markets Group Inc., located in New York, N.Y., operates the OTCQX Best Market. Through OTC Link ATS, OTC Markets Group connects a diverse network of broker-dealers that provide liquidity and execution services. 

Claude Lemasson, Eastmain President and CEO commented, “Upgrading from the Pink Market to OTCQX was a natural next step for Eastmain. This past year, we focused on the transformation of the Company following a change in management in April 2016, and the completion of an aggressive Company-wide drilling program. Looking forward to our catalyst-heavy second half of the year, we believe it necessary to provide easier access for our US-based shareholders to trade Eastmain stock.”

About Eastmain Resources Inc.

Eastmain is a Canadian exploration company with 100% interest in the Eau Claire and Eastmain Mine gold deposits, both of which are located within the James Bay District of Quebec. Clearwater, host of the Eau Claire deposit, is the Company’s core asset with access to superior infrastructure in a favourable mining jurisdiction. Eastmain also holds a pipeline of exploration projects in this new Canadian mining district, including being a partner in the Éléonore South Joint Venture.

For more information:
Claude Lemasson, President and CEO
+1 647-347-3765

Alison Dwoskin, Manager Investor Relations
+1 647-347-3735

Forwarding-Looking Information

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