Goldeye Explorations Appoints Harvey Kakegamic to Tech Board

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THUNDER BAY – MINING – Goldeye Explorations Limited (GGY) (“Goldeye” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that Harvey Kakegamic has been appointed to its Technical and Corporate Advisory Board.

Mr. Harvey Kakegamic is a member of Sandy Lake First Nation, a respected Elder in the community, and a former Band Councillor. First elected to Band Council in 1978 and most recently elected for the 2012-14 term, Mr. Kakegamic was responsible for a number of portfolios over the course of his career including Lands and Resources, Child and Family Services, Social Work, Housing, Health and Sports. Mr. Kakegamic has also served on multiple boards including Tikinagan Child and Family Services, Wasaya Airlines and the Family Treatment Centre.

Blaine Webster, Chief Executive Officer of Goldeye, comments: “I am proud to announce that Harvey has joined Goldeye’s Advisory Board. Harvey has been instrumental in the development of Goldeye’s relationship with Sandy Lake First Nation and a source of tremendous community knowledge. I look forward to working with him in this new capacity and to sharing in the excitement of discovery as exploration at Weebigee continues.”

Goldeye has granted Mr. Kakegamic 200,000 options expiring May 18, 2020 to purchase common shares of the Company at an exercise price of $0.10 per share. The grant is subject to any required regulatory approvals.

On behalf of the Board of Directors,

Blaine Webster, P.Geo.

Chief Executive Officer

About Goldeye Explorations Limited

Goldeye Explorations is a Canadian gold-focused junior exploration company engaged in the acquisition, exploration and evaluation of properties in mineral rich, politically secure jurisdictions. Goldeye’s flagship Weebigee Project is located near Sandy Lake in Northwestern Ontario. The company has additional properties in Ontario (Gold Rock, and West Shining Tree), British Columbia (Todd Creek) and Region V, Central Chile (Sonia-Puma).

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