September 12, 2013: Vancouver, British Columbia: Gold Reach Resources Ltd. (GRV: TSX-V) (Gold Reach and/or the Company) is pleased to announce that a second drill has been added to the Ootsa property to expedite infill and expansion drilling on the East and West Seel deposits.  One drill is currently working on the East Seel deposit, and the second drill is working on the West Seel deposit.

Gold Reach is also very pleased to announce that it has received a letter of support from the Cheslatta Carrier Nation for the Company’s ongoing exploration program at the Ootsa Project in British Columbia.  The letter is signed by Chief Richard Peters and states:

“We look forward to building on our existing relationship and working collaboratively with Gold Reach Resources, its shareholders and operations staff in seeing this project move through the exploration, regulatory, construction and eventual operation phases.   This project, developed in an environmentally sustainable manner, holds tremendous promise in generating wealth, employment, business and training opportunities for the Cheslatta Carrier Nation, Gold Reach, the Region, and for the Province of British Columbia”.

Conrad Swanson, Chairman of Gold Reach, commented: "This creates certainty and paves the way for Gold reach to enter into negotiations with strategic partners as we advance the project.  We have had a solid 5 year relationship with the Cheslatta Carrier Nation, with both the current Chief and Council and previous Chief and Council.  We thank Chief Peters for taking the time to confirm our relationship”.

Gold Reach continues to engage other stakeholders in the region as it advances the Ootsa Project.


“Conrad Swanson”


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