Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 14, 2016, Klondike Gold Corp. (TSX.V:KG; FRA: LBDP) (“Klondike Gold” or the “Company”) updates progress of ongoing drilling and reports new prospecting results at the Lone Star property near Dawson City, Yukon Territory.  In addition, the Company has acquired 235 new quartz claims by staking the Washington Creek property in the eastern portion of the Klondike region.

Drilling Update

The Company began a drill program in mid-May with plans to test at-surface gold-bearing quartz vein outcrops hosted by different host rocks in a diversity of structural settings.  To date a total of 21 diamond drill holes and 6 rotary air blast (“RAB”) drill holes have been completed, averaging about one drill hole per day.  The target areas tested so far include 284, Nugget, and Violet Ridge by diamond drilling (see News Release May 18, 2016) and Gay Gulch and Christy with RAB drilling.  For a map of the drill target locations (CLICK HERE).  Systematic geotechnical and geological logging plus sampling of drill holes continues.  Analytical results are projected to be received beginning by mid-July.

Prospecting Results: Violet Ridge

Gold-bearing quartz veins in outcrop at Violet Ridge now have a mapped strike length of 2,200 meters at surface, up from 600 meters strike length reported previously (see News Release May 18, 2016).  A total of 12 rock grab samples were collected from two ‘lost’ areas of circa 1900 prospect pits and trenches relocated using 1949-era airphotos.  Four samples from trench/pit workings assayed 0.8 to 4.2 g/t Au all with anomalous silver up to 96 g/t Ag; eight samples collected 200 meters away from trenches assayed 0.2 to 9.2 g/t Au all with anomalous silver up to 97 g/t Ag.  (Prospecting samples are selective in nature; systematic test results may vary significantly.)  The quartz veining is along strike from other outcropping quartz veins (reported May 18th) identified in other c.1900 workings along the ridge.  Taken in total, the Violet Ridge quartz veining has a mapped strike length of 2,200 meters at surface and remains open.  The veining is directly associated with a magnetic low (interpreted) fault.

New Staking

Klondike Gold has acquired the “Washington Creek” property totalling 235 quartz claims (47.5 square kilometers) by staking.  The “Washington Creek” property is located adjacent to the Company’s Gold Run property and covers an interpreted sub-regional fault; part of a system of previously unrecognized faults relating to the introduction of orogenic gold-bearing mineralization cutting the Klondike region.

The technical and scientific information contained within this news release has been reviewed and approved by Peter Tallman, P.Geo, President of Klondike Gold Corp., and Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 policy.  See previous news releases for prospecting grab sample assay procedures and protocols.

Klondike Gold Corp. is a Canadian exploration company with offices in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Dawson City, Yukon Territory.  The company is focused on exploration and development of its Yukon gold projects, accessible by government maintained roads located on the outskirts of Dawson City, YT, covering 308 square kilometers of hard rock and 20 square kilometers of placer claims including “McKinnon Creek” featured on the Discovery Channel show “Gold Rush”.

On behalf of Klondike Gold Corp.

“Peter Tallman”
President and CEO
(604) 609-6110

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