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Claude Rousseau Joins the Canadian Metals Team

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MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 04/11/14 -- Canadian Metals Inc. (the "Corporation") (CSE:CME) is proud to announce the arrival of Claude Rousseau amongst its team as the Special Advisor of Canadian Metals. His expertise in telecommunications and his extensive experience of the Quebec market will be a valuable asset to Canadian Metals' team. He will work closely with all the Corporation's directors for the development of the Corporation.

SHORT BIOGRAPHY AND SOCIAL INVOLVEMENT / CLAUDE ROUSSEAU

Claude Rousseau is a businessman working in the province of Quebec. Following a career of more than 28 years within a company in the area of telecommunications during which he held several senior executive key positions, Mr. Rousseau joined, in fall 2008, the great Quebec Remparts' family, managing the following activities: the Challenge Bell, the "Blizzard du Seminaire St-Francois" and, of course, the Quebec Remparts.

Furthermore, Claude Rousseau was in charge of many parallel projects during his career, among other things, he serves on the board of several companies, namely Induspac, the Port of Quebec, Pro Hockey Life and Equipe Quebec.

Claude Rousseau's reputation is second to none in the greater Quebec City area. He is highly involved in the organization of sport events and has been co-president of the World Hockey Championship in 2008. Visionary by nature, he firmly believes in the importance of being actively involved in the Quebec community. According to him, it is by being involved in a community that we can grow our pride and our sense of belonging to the region, and thus, go further together as a community. That is why he was appointed to lead a committee to assess the state of sports infrastructure in the region to converge to Quebec major international competitions

Stephane Leblanc, CEO of the Corporation, states: "The arrival of Clause Rousseau, skilled manager in telecommunication and influential business personality in Quebec is a confirmation of our growth potential of our Corporation within the market".

About Canadian Metals

Canadian Metals Inc. is focused exclusively on the exploration and development of high-purity Silica properties in Canada. The Corporation is rapidly positioning itself as North America's premier pure-play silica company through the exploration and development of its portfolio of Silica assets in Quebec and British Columbia.

We expect to become a global supplier for a number of industries and applications, namely but without limitation, glass, ceramics, lighting, oil and gas, paint, plastic and rubber. We also wish to become an integrated supplier for metallurgical industries and foundries, and to participate in a wide range of civil, industrial, environmental and related building applications. These target markets for Canadian Metals affect the lives of millions of people every day. Canadian Metals is also looking for new projects to add to its portfolio.

This news release contains forward-looking statements subject to certain risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be correct, and actual results and future events could therefore differ significantly from those implied by such statements. These risks and uncertainties are discussed in the Corporation's annual report and its filings with securities regulatory authorities.

Neither the CSE nor its Regulation Services Provider accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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