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Antioquia Gold Cisneros Operations Update 14/11/2022

Antioquia Gold Cisneros Operations Update

CALGARY, ALBERTA – (November 14, 2022) – Antioquia Gold Inc. (“Antioquia Gold” or the “Corporation”) (TSX VENTURE: AGD) (OTC Pink: AGDXF) is pleased to provide a summary of October 2022 production results for its Cisneros mining operation, and to announce the progress of other ongoing projects.

Production Summary and Operations Update:

During October, 3,361 troy ounces of gold were produced at the Cisneros mining operation, with a recovery of gold to concentrate of 96.58% during the month.

    January February March April May June July August September October Total/Average 2022
Gold Produced Tr. Oz. 4,323 4,278 4,165 4,019 4,137 3,933 4,297 3,473 3,482 3,361 39,468
Total Recovery % 96.83% 96.26% 95.3% 94.93% 95.9% 97.01% 95.40% 96.56% 96.44% 96.58% 96.1%

Third Party Mineralized Material:  During October, 1,869 tonnes of third-party mineralized material with an average gold grade of 10.94 g/t were purchased, representing 18% of the monthly gold production.

The company continues to advance its underground drilling program, completing 1,756 meters of diamond drilling, all of which corresponds to underground infill drilling.

Underground development continued at both mines with 987 meters of total advance registered in October (vertical, horizontal and in ramps). At the Guaico mine, development was focused on opening a new production base level (985). At the Guayabito mine the focus was along known structures laterally along strike and opening a new production base level (1,327).

 UG Developments (Meters) January February March April May June July August September October Total 2022
Guayabito Mine 462 566 533 591 595 571 561 632 553 571 5,635
Guaico Mine 236 290 319 317 414 449 497 512 482 416 3,932
Total 698 856 852 908 1,009 1,020 1,058 1,144 1,035 987 9,567

“Production from third party material decreased significantly in October, due to adjustments in the mineral storage and reception procedures, which seek to improve the quantification of processed gold from this important line of business. On the other hand, gold production from the Guaico and Guayabito mines remained stable at around 2,700 ounces per month” stated Mr. Gonzalo de Losada, president and CEO of Antioquia Gold.

Readers should be cautioned that the Corporation’s decision to move forward with the construction and production of the Cisneros Mine is not based on the results of any pre-feasibility study or feasibility study of mineral resources demonstrating economic or technical viability. Readers are referred to the Cisneros Report for details on independently verified mineral resources on the Cisneros Project. Since 2013, the Corporation has undertaken exploration and development activities; and after taking into consideration various factors, including but not limited to: the exploration and development results to date, technical information developed internally, the availability of funding, the low starting costs as estimated internally by the Corporation’s management, the Corporation is of the view that the establishment of mineral reserves, the commissioning of a pre-feasibility study or feasibility study at this stage is not necessary, and that the most responsible utilization of the Corporation’s resources is to proceed with the development and construction of the mine. Readers are cautioned that due to the lack of pre-feasibility study or feasibility study, there is increased uncertainty and higher risk of economic and technical failure associated with the Corporation’s decision. In particular, there is additional risk that mineral grades will be lower than expected, the risk that construction or ongoing mining operations will be more difficult or more expensive than management expected. Production and economic variables may vary considerably, due to the absence of a detailed economic and technical analysis in accordance with NI 43-101. Project failure may materially adversely impact the Corporation’s future profitability, its ability to repay existing loans, and its overall ability to continue as a going concern.

Qualified Persons                             

Roger Moss, Ph.D., P.Geo., Consultant to Antioquia Gold, is the qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical information provided in this news release.

For further information on Antioquia Gold Inc. contact:

Gonzalo de Losada – CEO 

Thomas Kelly – Director

Antioquia Gold Inc.

Email: [email protected]

Phone 57 604 6041948

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