Interviews and Video Presentations

RSD Interview: Doré Copper Mining (TSX-V: DCMC) CEO Ernest Mast – September 23, 2020

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Doré Copper (TSX-V: DCMC) CEO Ernest Mast on Drilling at the Corner Bay, Cedar Bay & Joe Mann Deposits

“Blessed with a Number of Deposits that are Open and High Grade”– Interview with Ernest Mast, Doré Copper’s President and CEO

RSD Interview: Doré Copper Mining (TSX-V: DCMC) CEO Ernest Mast – August 5, 2020

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High-Grade Copper-Gold Intercepts at the Cedar Bay Deposit & Upcoming Drilling at Joe Mann in Northern Quebec

“The intercepts really show the potential that we have in the camp that we’re definitely a camp play. The intercept at that central vein, that 14.2% copper was the highest grade copper intercept we’ve ever had at Cedar Bay. It’s located approximately 160 meters from a previous high-grade gold and copper hit. We’re currently doing some infill in that area. ”– Interview with Ernest Mast, Doré Copper’s President and CEO

VIDEO INTERVIEW: CEO Ernest Mast with Cindy Broad from Stockhouse Media at PDAC 2020

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“Highest-grade intercepts to date” at Quebec Drill Program

Ernest Mast, Doré Copper’s President and CEO stated in the news-release dated March 2 2020, “The results of the drilling program suggest that we’ll be able to expand the mineral resource at Corner Bay, one of the highest-grade copper deposits in the Americas. The deposit remains open in all directions and we have numerous targets that will be tested in the future. In addition, we did a downhole EM survey on a shear structure east of the main vein that will generate additional targets. Drilling has commenced at Cedar Bay to test the high-grade gold mineralization of the parallel 10-20 zones where previous drilling intercepted numerous high-grade intercepts including 2.4 meters of 19.5 g/t gold and 1.67% copper as well as test the main vein at Cedar Bay at depth. After the Cedar Bay program, drilling will commence at the high-grade gold Joe Mann mine to test the downdip potential where previous drilling intercepted 3.02 meters of 30.3 g/t gold.”