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Everton Amends Wildcat Option Agreement with Hecla Mining Receives $700,000 Option Payment

Monday, March 17, 2014
Ottawa, Ontario - (March 17, 2014) - Everton Resources Inc. (“Everton” or the “Company”)(TSX-V:EVR)(FRANKFURT:ERV) is pleased to announce that the Company has amended the Wildcat option agreement with Hecla Quebec Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hecla Mining Company (collectively “Hecla”).

The Wildcat option agreement was amended to defer the timing and the amount of exploration commitments required by Hecla to earn a 50% interest in the Wildcat properties.  Under the original agreement, Hecla had to incur $1,470,000 of exploration expenditures by November 2015.  Under the amendment, Hecla will have to incur $2,780,000 of exploration expenses by November 2017.  Of this revised amount, Everton will be required to incur $1,000,000 by December 31, 2014, which will be deemed to have been incurred by Hecla.  Everton will fund this amount from its recent $1,000,000 flow-through financing (see news release March 7, 2014).

In consideration for Everton agreeing to incur $1,000,000 of exploration related expenditures during 2014, Hecla has made a one-time option payment to Everton of $700,000.
The second option to allow Hecla to increase its interest from 50% to 65% was also amended to decrease the exploration expenditure requirement from $3,000,000 to $2,500,000.

Hecla plans to drill approximately 2,900 metres, split between two targets previously defined by till sampling and prospecting.  In both cases, rock characteristics observed in the field show similarities with the Goldcorp’s Eleonore Mine.  The Wildcat 1 and Wildcat 4 targets are located 20 km west and 40 km south-east of Eleonore respectively, along the same regional gold bearing structure.  During this upcoming summer, approximately $500,000 will be spent on till sampling and prospecting to follow up on prospective areas targeted with gold in till anomalies. The sampling program is designed to progress the merit of these targets to the point they require legitimate follow-up through a drilling program.

About Everton Resources Inc.
Everton is actively exploring in the Dominican Republic adjacent to the Pueblo Viejo Mine, owned by the world’s two largest gold mining companies, Barrick Gold Corporation (60%) in partnership with Goldcorp Inc. (40%) ("Goldcorp").  Everton also holds an interest in the Opinaca region of James Bay, Quebec where the Company has partnered with Hecla (formerly Aurizon Mines Ltd.) which is advancing Everton's interest by funding exploration work on one of the largest land packages adjacent to Goldcorp's Eleonore Mine.

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Andre Audet
Chairman and CEO
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