OPUS ONE Resources Begins a Drilling Program on Its Fecteau Property, Located in Urban-Barry Township, Quebec, Canada

MONTREAL, April 05, 2018 – OPUS ONE Resources Inc. (the “Company” or “OPUS ONE”) – (TSX Venture Exchange:OOR), is pleased to announce the beginning of a 1,500 meter drilling program, in 10 drill holes, on its Fecteau property. The property is located in the Barry-Windfall gold district where several exploration companies are extremely active, including Osisko Mining at Windfall and Metanor at Barry. The company’s objective is to drill a high priority target identified by prospecting, trenching and channel sampling during the summer of 2017.

The drilling will focus on a new gold discovery exposed in a trench over 38 meters.  The trench uncovered a new EW trending steeply dipping mineralized zone comprised of a 1-2m thick quartz vein with sulfides hosted in an altered and sheared quartz porphyry intrusion. The quartz vein and the stockwork envelope are highly anomalous in gold over all the exposed area.  Best values are shown in the table below.

Channel # Weighted Avg g/t Au Length m Lithology
03 1.84 1.35 Quartz vein and stockwork
05 2.32 0.91 Quartz stockwork
06 2.39 3.05 Quartz vein and stockwork
07 2.21 2.92 Quartz vein and stockwork
08 2.29 0.60 Stockwork
09 2.03 0.89 Stockwork
11 7.09 0.50 Quartz vein

The drilling will proceed will one drill rig.  Holes will initially be spaced by 50 meters laterally.  A first series of holes will target the 50 meter level and a second series the 100 meter level (100 m below surface).  The main objective is to define the lateral extension of the structure as it was only possible to uncover it over 38 meters due to thick overburden on both ends of the trench.

Mr. Louis Morin, CEO, states: “This drill program on our Fecteau property will focus on the totally new zone, recently discovered during our 2017 trenching program. This program will allow us to verify the zone extension, where trenching was not possible, and it will provide us with information to prepare for the next exploration program phase.

Fecteau is a gold property which consists of 90 mining claims covering an area of 5,078 hectares located in the highly prospective Urban-Barry greenstone belt, 30 kilometers east of the Osisko Mining Windfall Lake and Lynx projects. The property is easily accessible via a good network of logging roads. The area is underlain by rocks of Archean age of the Fecteau formation. The property contains 8 historical gold and base metals (Cu and Zn) occurrences with gold grades varying from 1 g/t to up to 8 g/t and was mainly explored for base metal deposits in the past. The property is surrounded by Osisko Mining claims.

Mr. Tony Brisson P.Geo. is acting as qualified person (as defined by NI 43-101) for Opus One and has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information in this press release.

About OPUS ONE Resources Inc.

Opus One Resources Inc. is a mining exploration company focused on discovering high quality gold and base metals deposits within strategically located properties in proven mining camps, sometimes close to existing mines in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt, north-western Quebec and north-eastern Ontario – one of the most prolific gold mining areas in the world. Opus One holds assets in Val-d’Or, Matagami and Chibougamau areas. Bachelor Extension property is adjacent to Metanor Resources Inc.- Bachelor Gold Mine, Vezza Extension and Vezza North are located few kilometers West and North of Nottaway Resources Vezza Mine.  Courvillle property is located east of Val D’Or.

In addition, Opus One has also optioned three properties, all easily accessible by a network of all season roads: Fecteau property, located in the Urban-Barry greenstone belt, east of Osisko Mining’s Windfall Lake deposit, currently one of the most active exploration area in Canada; Winwin property, located directly North of Iamgold’s Monster Lake property, and the Grizzly property, located 40 kilometers north-west of the city of Chapais in a similar geological setting to Northern Superior’s Croteau East project.

Tony Brisson, P. Geo and director of Opus One, acts as a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical information in this press release.

Forward-Looking Statements

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For more information, please contact:

Louis Morin, CEO & Director 
T (514) 591-3988

Michael W. Kinley, CPA, CA
President, CFO & Director
T (902) 826-1579
F  (902) 826-2550
C  (902) 402-0388