Global Mineral Resources
Global Mineral Resources Corp.

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Technical Report

February 08, 2012

Red Elephant NI 43-101 Technical Report

November 30, 2011

Assessment Report on the Red Elephant Property

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GMR Annual Financial Report

Press Release - January 02, 2015

GMR Share Consolidation

Press Release - December 18, 2014

GMR Directorate Change

Press Release - December 15, 2014

GMR Directorate Change

Press Release - December 12, 2014

GMR No Share Exchange Agreement

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GMR Global - Share Exchange Agreement

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GMR Notice of Special Shareholders' Meeting

Press Release - March 28, 2014

GMR Annual Financial Report

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Using contemporary mining methods and technology, GMR Global Mineral Resources Corp. is committed to commercializing currently inactive gold and silver mineral claims that may have been under exploited in the past, due to historical mining methods and obsolete technology.

Crew at Red Elephant site in summer 2011
Mike Linn (Geol.), Steve Butrenchuck (P. Geol.) and crew at Red Elephant site in summer 2011

GMR Global Mineral Resources Corp.
CUSIP: 36190T308
ISIN: CA36190T3082
Mines Act Permit Number: MX-5-90
Approval # 12-0500090-0830
Property: Red Elephant
Drilling: 4,000m

The company is a late stage gold and silver mining company; conducting exploration and drilling programs on its properties in order to convert historical estimates into mineral resources and complete preliminary economic assessments to determine potential economic viability.

GMR's mineral claims are located in the Slocan Valley Mining District of southeastern British Columbia, the Zeballos Region of Vancouver Island, and in other regions of British Columbia, Canada.

These mineral claims were developed prior to the implementation of modern exploration and mining techniques, leaving significant opportunities for modern mining technology to recover potential mineral resources left behind from past mining and exploration activity conducted on GMR's mineral claims.